Especially between the protagonist and antagonist in a literary work
Used mostly in ancient Greek literature
First premiered in 1957. Music by Igor Stravinsky.
A United Kingdom exclusive representing the red dragon of Wales
The others are: Tiger, Rat, Rabbit, Snake, Rooster, and Pig.
1963; peaked at #2 on the U.S. billboard Hot 100
4 Time Australian Open Winner, Two Time Wimbledon Winner, Winner French Open 1971
Based on the Broadway musical by Lerner & Loewe. Set in a mining camp during the California gold-rush. Eastwood sings several of the songs. Also stars Lee Marvin and Jean Seberg.
Starring Charlton Heston and Rex Harrison as Pope Julius II
Australian, born 1951, won Australian Open 4 tiimes, Wimbledon twice (1971,80), French once (1971)
Pullman's railroad coach or sleeper was designed for overnight passenger travel. Sleeping cars were being used on American railroads since the 1830s, however, they were not that comfortable and the Pullman Sleeper was very comfortable.
Portrayed by Jason Scott Lee
2000 - Best Supporting Female
2000 - Ang Lee, "Wòhǔ Cánglóng"
Jade, c. 3800 BC; Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Shenyang
Director: Robert Clouse. Also starred Jim Kelly as Williams. Possibly the most prolific fight scene in a film between two bugs.