Directed by Jacques-Yves Cousteau & Louis Malle
From Spanish, meaning "silent" and has its origins in the Latin word "silentium."
Jacques Cousteau’s first feature length documentary of the fascinating look at what life for our marine creatures is like.
It was called Plane Crazy
Director: Chirstopher Gans
Written in German as "Stille Nacht" for guitar by Father Mohr and music by Franz Gruber in 1816. First performed on Christmas Day 1818 in the Nicola-Kirche (Church Of St. Nicholas) in Oberndorf, Austria by Father Mohr on guitar. It has been translated into over 300 languages and dialects around the world.
Director: Austin Trevor, Donald Wolfit & Leslie Perrins
Codirected by Austin Trevor & Leslie Perrins.
Codirected by Austin Trevor & Donald Wolfit.
Director: William Fairchild. Also starred John Clements, Sid James & Alec McCowen. Plot: In the Mediterranean in 1941 the Italians start using underwater chariots to mine the undersides of allied ships...
Director: Mel Brooks. Also starred Sid Caesar, Harold Gould & Ron Carey. Plot: A film director and his strange friends struggle to produce the first major silent feature film in forty years.
Richard M. Nixon - November 3, 1969.
Spanish novelist, dramatist and poet
Originally written as a poem by Mohr in 1816. Two years later he asked Gruber to write the music for it.
1962. Science. Considered the first book on environmentalism
1st novel of a science fiction trilogy, followed by "Perelandra" and "That Hideous Strength"
Amazing companions on an incredible adventure... that journeys beyond imagination!
1962; widely credited with helping to launch the environmental movement