Monday, March 31, 2014

Apr. 01, 2014

Ms. Ali MacGraw, Ms. Jane Powell, Annette O'Toole, Jessica Collins, Kayla Collins, Jenna Presley, David Oyelowo, Bijou Phillips, Matt Lanter, Taran Killam, JJ Feild, Anna Biani, Jimmy Cliff, Ingrid Steeger
and Beatriz Batarda


Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Ms. Debbie Reynolds

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Ms. Reynolds.

God bless.

Jennifer Runyon

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Traci Lind

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Chris Evans

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Susan Boyle

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Mar. 31, 2014

Ms. Shirley Jones
Rhea Perlman
Melissa Ordway
Mr. William Daniels
Alejandro Amenábar
William McNamara
Gabe Kaplan
Vanessa del Rio
Tanya Tate
Ashton Moore
Vivian Schmitt
Bettina Zimmermann
Mr. Richard Chamberlain
Dafne Fernández
Isabella Ferrari
Anne Marie Howard
Ryan Bingham
Angela Marie Dotchin
Carol-Ann Plante
Emma Atkins
Mary Cadorette




Happy Birthday guys. God bless.



Mr. Herb Alpert

Happy Birthday Mr. Alpert. God bless.

Mr. Ted Post (1918–2013)

We Salute You, RIP

Juno Awards 2014 by Lauren Cox

Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Brett Kissel

Country Album of the Year: Crop Circles, Dean Brody

Adult Alternative of the Year: Forever Endeavour, Ron Sexsmith

Alternative Album of the Year: Reflektor, Arcade Fire

Pop Album of the Year: Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara

Rock Album of the Year: Coyote, Matt Mays

Vocal Jazz Album of the Year: Notes On Montréal ft. Sienna Dahlen Mike Rud

Contemporary Jazz Album of the Year: Habitat, Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra

Traditional Jazz Album of the Year: Ripple Effect, Mike Downes

Instrumental Album of the Year: Dalmak, Esmerine

Francophone Album of the Year: Fox, Karim Ouellet

Children’s Album of the Year: Colour It, Helen Austin

Classical Album of the Year – Solo or Chamber Ensemble: Prokofiev Complete Works for Violin, James Ehnes

Classical Album of the Year – Large Ensemble or Soloist(s): Britten & Shostakovich: Violin Concerti, James Ehnes

Classical Album of the Year – Vocal or Choral Performance: Lettres de Madame Roy à sa fille Gabrielle Marie-Nicole Lemieux & André Gagnon Audiogram

Classical Composition of the Year: Field Notes Allan Gordon Bell GRAVITY AND GRACE

Rap Recording of the Year: Nothing Was the Same, Drake

Dance Recording of the Year: This is What it Feels Like, Armin van Buuren & Trevor Guthrie

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year: Can’t Choose, JRDN ft. Kardinal Offishall

Reggae Recording of the Year: Strive, Exco Levi & Kabaka Pyramid

Aboriginal Album of the Year: Surrender, George Leach

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Solo: Valleyheart, Justin Rutledge

Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, Group: We Still Move On Dance Floors, The Strumbellas

Blues Album of the Year: Can You Hear the Music

Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year: Trees, Tim Neufeld

World Music Album of the Year: Walk to the Sea David Buchbinder & Odessa/Havana

Jack Richardson Producer of the Year: Henry “Cirkut” Walter

Recording Engineer of the Year: Eric Ratz

Recording Package of the Year: Arts & Crafts: 2003-2013

Video of the Year: Feeling Good, Matt Barnes (The Sheepdogs)

Electronic Album of the Year: Guilt Trips, Ryan Hemsworth

Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year: Volition, Protest the Hero

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year: A Christmas Gift To You, Johnny Reid

Fans Choice Winner: Justin Bieber

Single Of The Year: “Closer” by Tegan and Sara

Album Of The Year: Reflektor by Arcade Fire

International Album of the Year: Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars

Artist of the Year: Serena Ryder


Congrats to all of you. God bless.



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Sir Paul McCartney






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Miranda Kerr (Not suitable for kids)






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Miranda Kerr (Not suitable for kids)

Model Miranda Kerr claims to have bags of extra confidence since splitting from hubby Orlando Bloom, and she's proved it by stripping off for a new photoshoot.
The Australian beauty parted ways with her actor husband last year, but the pair have repeatedly insisted their break-up was amicable and they remain close for the sake of their son, Flynn.
But an amicable break-up doesn't mean it isn't a tough break-up, and both Miranda and Orlando have had a rough few months getting used to their lives apart.
Miranda looks like she might have just turned a corner, however, after posing nearly nude for GQ magazine, and she's revealed that the split has left her ready to explore and hungry for some fun.
The model, who bares her bum in one shot, tells the magazine, "I'm dating. I'm loving it. Two happy parents are better than two unhappy parents. This is my time to explore and have some fun. I'm not looking to fall in love again quickly."
While Miranda might be loving her newly-found freedom, she does admit the lack of regular attention means she's having to hit the gym a little more.
She says, "One thing I've noticed is now that I'm having less sex my body isn't as toned. The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get...One-night stands aren't my thing. I made Orlando wait for six months until I even kissed him."
You might not be surprised to hear that Miranda's had no shortage of offers since announcing she's single once again, but we certainly think it's admirable that she's resisting the temptation of a one-night stands! Well done Miranda.



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Austin Highsmith

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ms. Kate O' Mara We Salute You

La actriz británica Kate O' Mara falleció hoy a los 74 años en una residencia de ancianos del condado de Sussex, en el sur de Inglaterra, según informó su agente. O' Mara dio vida en la televisión a Caress Morrell, la hermana del personaje de Alexis Colby en la conocida serie norteamericana 'Dinastía'.

Además de participar en telenovelas de EE.UU. en la década de los 80, la intérprete combinó esos papeles al otro lado del Atlántico con personajes en series británicas como el de Rani, en la longeva 'Doctor Who', 'Howard's Way' o 'Triangle'. Su agente, Phil Belfield, reveló hoy que O' Mara falleció esta mañana tras haber sufrido una corta enfermedad, de la que no dio detalles.

"Era extraordinaria, tenía muchísima energía y vitalidad con un amor por el teatro y la actuación", señaló Belfield. El agente agregó que "se ha ido una estrella resplandeciente" y dijo que " Kate será muy recordada por todos los que la conocieron y trabajaron con ella".

Los primeros papales de la actriz para televisión llegaron en los 60, pero fue en la década de los 80 cuando logró sus papeles más recordados y duraderos. En los 90, O' Mara protagonizó la comedia "Absolutely Fabulous" en el papel de Jackie, la hermana del personaje de Patsy que interpretó Joanna Lumley.

Más recientemente, intervino en la telenovela del canal británico de televisión ITV "Benidorm" y participó en una adaptación teatral en 2012 de la novela de Agatha Christie "Muerte en el Nilo". Su agente señaló que se celebrará un funeral privado y un servicio de recuerdo por la actriz en una fecha aún por concretar.




RIP



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Mr. Al Gore

Happy Birthday Mr. Gore. God bless.

Angus Young

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Gunsmoke----Wishbone


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCBqwx8eq0c




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Mr. James Arness, Mr. Milburn Stone, Ms. Amanda Blake, Mr. Ken Curtis, Mr. Dennis Weaver
and all those who are involved in it whether regular cast member, directors, guests, crew etc that are
no longer here:


We Salute You Guys, RIP

Carlota Casiraghi





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Carlota Casiraghi




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Carlota Casiraghi






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Carlota Casiraghi




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Carlota Casiraghi

Carlota Casiraghi, la segunda hija de la princesa Carolina de Mónaco, acudió el sábado por la noche al tradicional Baile de la Rosa, uno de los acontecimientos sociales más destacados en el Principado. Era la primera aparición oficial de Carlota desde que dio a luz a su primer hijo, Raphaël, el 17 de diciembre de 2013.

Carlota acudió sin la compañía del actor...



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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Ewan McGregor

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Deborah Kara Unger

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Mr. Christopher Walken

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Mr. Walken.

God bless.

Jessica Szohr

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Mr. Ray McAnally (1926–1989)

We Salute You, RIP

Mar. 30, 2014

Jason Dohring
Mr. Peter Marshall
Lindsay Parker
Dana Gillespie
Piers Morgan
M.C. Hammer
Fraser Aitcheson
Marley McClean
Mr. Richard Dysart
Ms. Gabrielle Drake
Matt Doran
Mr. Kenneth Welsh
Capri Anderson
Rhonda Jo Petty
Rebecca Love
Fiona Gubelmann
Rupert Evans
Mr. John Astin
Maurice LaMarche
Robin Coleman
Shayla Beesley
Tracy Chapman
Nathan Nolan
Anna Nalick


Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Sofia Eng



Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Mr. Jean-Claude Brialy (1933–2007)

We Salute You, RIP

Donna D'Errico

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Céline Dion

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Paul Reiser

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mili Avital

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Helena Mattsson




Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Norah Jones

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Bahar Soomekh




Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Eric Clapton

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Katy Mixon

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Robbie Coltrane

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Warren Beatty

Happy Birthday Mr. Beatty. God bless.

Cassandra Scerbo



Happy Birthday. God bless.

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JENNY and Team Imoco Volley Conegliano

Ornavasso tenterà di difendere l'ottava posizione in classifica, ultima utile per l'accesso ai Play Off Scudetto, ospitando Conegliano, la formazione più calda della Serie A1, reduce da 10 successi consecutivi, l'ultimo altamente spettacolare su Piacenza. Per le api dunque un compito arduo, ma da portare a termine con ogni mezzo: affrontare la trasferta di Urbino, probabilmente decisiva ai fini della qualificazione alla post-season, con il naso davanti alle marchigiane sarebbe fondamentale.

Nell'allenamento congiunto infrasettimanale con Busto Arsizio, in cui a dispetto del risultato dei set (1-4) le giallonere non hanno affatto demeritato, coach Bellano ha registrato altri progressi di Logan Tom (17 punti) e l'ottima prova offensiva di Daiana Muresan (22). Ruotate tutte e tre le centrali Chirichella, Pisani e Tasca. Contro la corazzata gialloblù indispensabile evitare errori, soprattutto nelle fasi cruciali della partita.

Conegliano, dopo la serata speciale di sabato scorso (3-2 a Piacenza davanti a 5000 persone), si avvicina ai Play Off con grande entusiasmo, unica squadra di A1 ad aver battuto tutte le avversarie del campionato. Sulle difficoltà che le pantere troveranno al PalAmico, è preciso il vice allenatore Flisi: "Ornavasso è una squadra da prendere con le pinze, ci vorrà pazienza e attenzione sulle loro attaccanti che sanno lavorare con il muro e variare i colpi. Ci vorrà molta attenzione nella correlazione muro-difesa e dovremo tenere d'occhio oltre all'americana Tom, che sta entrando in forma, le altre schiacciatrici, senza dimenticare una centrale in crescita come Chirichella o la Signorile".




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Picci and Cardullo




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Drummer Scott Asheton We Salute You

Drummer Scott Asheton, who co-founded and played drums for the influential proto-punk band The Stooges, died March 15. He was 64.


RIP


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Mr. Dave Brockie We Salute You

Gwar lead singer Dave Brockie died March 23 at the age of 50, his manager said. The heavy-metal group formed in 1984, billing itself as "Earth's only openly extraterrestrial rock band." Brockie performed in the persona of Oderus Urungus.


RIP


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Mr. Ralph C. Wilson Jr. We Salute You

Mr. Ralph C. Wilson Jr., the founder and longtime owner of the NFL's Buffalo Bills, died at age 95, the team announced on March 25.


RIP


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Mr. David Brenner We Salute You

by Sarah Aarthun, CNN


(CNN) -- Comedian David Brenner, a regular on Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show," has died after a battle with cancer, a family spokesman said Saturday. He was 78.

Brenner was a staple on Carson's late-night show, appearing more times than any other guest -- 158, according to a bio on his official website.

Before getting into comedy, Brenner helped write, produce and direct 115 TV documentaries, earning him nearly 30 awards.

Brenner also was the author of five books -- his latest published in 2003, "I Think There's a Terrorist in My Soup."

Even in death, he kept the jokes coming. Brenner's final request, according to family spokesman Jeff Abraham, was to have $100 in small bills tucked in his sock -- "just in case tipping is recommended where I'm going."

His gravesite will read: "If this is supposed to be a joke -- then I don't get it!," according to Abraham.

Comedian Joan Rivers, a longtime friend of Brenner's, tweeted about the news of his passing Saturday.

"RIP David Brenner. I adored him, and laughed more with him than anybody. Sad, sad, sad. Knowing David, he's now making the devil laugh," read Rivers' tweet.

Brenner is survived by his wife, three sons and a grandson.



RIP


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Washington landslide




Search and rescue personnel attend the moment of silence at the fire house in Darrington, Washington (March 29).


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Washington landslide




Ralph Jones, left, helps shelter Klarissa Calviste, Brooke Odenius and their daughters from the rain during the moment of silence( March 29).


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Washington landslide




A searcher walks near a massive pile of debris in Oso, Washington(March 27).


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Washington landslide by Ralph Ellis, Michael Martinez and Chelsea J. Carter, CNN

Darrington, Washington (CNN) -- The number of people missing or unaccounted for in Washington state's deadly landslide has dropped to 30 from 90, officials said Saturday.

The number of confirmed dead rose to 18 from 17, Jason Biermann, a program manager for the Sohomish County Department of Emergency Management, said Saturday evening at a news conference.

Another body was found in the debris field, but was not identified and therefore wasn't counted in the death toll, he said.

Emergency management officials had said all week they expected the number of unaccounted for people to drop dramatically as residents of Darrington and nearby Oso turned up.

"We expected that number to drop in part due to a combination of finding people who registered as safe and well and cross-referencing the list with confirmed identities of victims at the ME's [medical examiner's] office," Biermann said.

Biermann said the challenge of identifying victims is becoming more complicated as search operations continue.

"The slide hit with such force that the rescuers are not finding full, intact bodies," he said.

On Sunday, a church in Oso plans to hold a service for the families of people lost in the landslide, he said.

A different kind of ceremony was held Saturday.

Residents and rescuers paused in the rain at the exact moment when a landslide forever changed their world a week ago.

That's when a mountain-sized torrent of mud killed at least 18 people.

In Saturday's moment of silence, officials eulogized the rural residents who lost their lives inside their homes or on the road when a hillside collapsed and obliterated everything in its square-mile path at 10:37 a.m. PT March 22.

"Our community is changed forevermore," Darrington Mayor Dan Rankin told 40 people outside the fire station, where the flag wavered at half-staff. "It's going to take a long time to heal."

Indeed, even rescue crews at the disaster zone stopped work in the mud and observed the short vigil, said Steve Mason, a Snohomish County fire battalion chief.

Meanwhile, rescuers brought in more dogs -- both rescue and cadaver canines -- to search for buried survivors or bodies.

Noting the stark reality of the ongoing search, Rankin said that Saturday's standstill of 30 seconds "is all the rest we're going to get."

"In our minds, we are in recovery mode. In our hearts, we are still in rescue mode," he added.

At groceries, pharmacies and communities centers in Snohomish County, residents stopped their activities and held the momentary vigil on a gray day that obscured the mountaintops.

About eight miles down the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River from Oso -- where the landslide occurred -- a store cashier bowed his head in silence. Outside his Food Pavilion store in Arlington, shoppers also stopped, huddled around a cart, and looked solemnly at the ground. After 20 seconds of silence, the shopping resumed.

Back at Darrington, about 15 miles from Oso, residents used Saturday's solemnity to recall what they were doing when a piece of the Earth came crashing down.

Rankin was at a hardware store to buy screws for a weekend project. Then the credit card machines went down. Then came word of the landslide, with a home in its path.

Pastor Michael De Luca was having coffee with the local barber in his shop at the time.

"A woman came through the door and asked for a cell phone. She wanted to make a call. She said, 'I was following a car and a slide pushed it off the road,' " De Luca recounted.

That's how locals began to learn of the catastrophe 60 miles northeast of Seattle.

As residents honored the dead and the survivors, officials pressed ahead in their search for the missing.

While more than 100 rescuers labored in the rain and mud Saturday, officials were concerned about flooding in the nearby waterway, said Steven Harris, district supervisor for the landslide incident team.

"We are keeping an eye on the river," Harris said.

Helping rescuers Saturday were the additional search dogs from outside the area, but because of the rain, the animals worked only four-hour shifts to prevent hypothermia, Harris said.

"The big tool is dogs," Harris said of the search.

Crews were also building a secondary road to the mudslide area for safer access, Harris sad. Biermann said at the news conference that the road was completed but was only for use by people involved in the search and rescue.




We extend our sympathy to their families, relatives and friends.

RIP




source: Ralph Ellis in Atlanta and Michael Martinez in Los Angeles reported and wrote./CNN's Chelsea Carter, Dan Simon, Linda Hall and Paul Vercammen contributed from Washington. Greg Botelho, Matt Smith, Mariano Castillo, Gabe Ramirez, Ana Cabrera and Jason Hanna also contributed to this report./us.cnn.com

Ellen Barkin




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George Clooney, Ellen Barkin and Brad Pitt (Not suitable for kids)










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Ellen Barkin




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Ellen Barkin (Definitely Not suitable for kids)




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Dansk häktad



En 43-årig man, dansk medborgare, som misstänks ha slagit ihjäl en svensk kvinna i samma ålder i en lägenhet i Helsingör, har häktats i fyra veckor misstänkt för mord alternativt dråp.

Samtidigt anhölls en 63-årig kvinna, också hon svenska, i tre dygn framåt. Hon befann sig i lägenheten när den döda påträffades och hålls kvar hos polisen för att vara tillgänglig för förhör, rapporterar nyhetsbyrån Ritzau.

Den 43-åriga kvinnan har bott i Danmark i flera år. Enligt polisen har både hon och den mordmisstänkte rört sig i missbrukarkretsar. De två ska ha umgåtts i mannens bostad kort före dödsfallet.

Kvinnan hittades tidigt i lördags morse död på golvet i sin egen lägenhet, inte långt från mannens, sedan den äldre väninnan ringt 112. Hon bar spår av yttre våld. En akutläkare larmade polisen.

Rättsmedicinsk personal ska under måndagen obducera kroppen.


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Gisele Bündchen





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Gisele Bündchen




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Gisele Bündchen





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Gisele Bündchen






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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady




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Gisele Bündchen by Cinya Burton




In case you needed a reminder why Gisele Bündchen is the world's top supermodel—and has been for quite some time—here it is.

Tom Brady's wife graced the April 2014 issue of Marie Claire Brazil magazine in a skimpy lace bra and underwear set with an embellished jacket draped across her shoulders. And, of course, the Pantene spokesmodel's famous locks are loose and wavy—her signature effect.

It goes without saying, but yes, the Brazilian-born star looks drop-dead gorgeous in the barely-there ensemble. Her fit figure looking just as flawless as it did when she was flaunting similar lingerie as a Victoria's Secret Angel.

Not that we ever had any doubt. After all, we got a recent look at the star's amazing bikini body earlier this week when she and her football hubby were snapped on a beach in Costa Rica. The couple—who recently celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary—seemed more in love than ever on the PDA heavy trip.

But back to her hotter-than-ever career. For those of you keeping track, this is Gisele second major magazine cover of 2014. She was the featured on the debut issue of Porter magazine in February. And we assume she's probably shot her next one already. Can't stop, won't stop!


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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Annabella Sciorra

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Amy Sedaris

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Christopher Lambert

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Terence Hill

Happy Birthday Mr. Hill. God bless.

Jill Goodacre





Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Michel Hazanavicius

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Krista Sutton

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Scott Wilson

Happy Birthday Mr. Wilson. God bless.

Brendan Gleeson

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Superheroes



Runners dressed as superheroes participate in Warrior Dash, an ostacle race in Smithville, Texas, on March 22.


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Marina Sirtis

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Lucy Lawless

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Elle Macpherson




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Elle Macpherson




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Elle Macpherson




Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.


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Mar. 28, 2014

Julia Stiles, Nick Frost, Brett Ratner, Lady Gaga, Kate Gosselin, Natalie Lander, Tracey Needham, Tiffany Toth, Camille Solari, Nikki Sanderson, Devon, Jamie Smith Jackson,
Scarlett Sperduto, Orfeh, David Vadim, Mr. Ken Howard, Mr. Mike Newell, Amy Bruckner, Stephen Ure, Ms. Conchata Ferrell, Stephanie Dunnam and Mr. Albert S. Ruddy



Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Ms. Helen Westley (1875–1942)

We Salute You, RIP

Lindsay Frimodt

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Frank Lovejoy (1912–1962)

We Salute You, RIP

Correction

Concerning PLOT OF FEAR, we mentioned our source:schlockmania.com. However, we forgot about donnyg. The latter posted the link.


Sorry about that.

Mr. Dirk Bogarde(1921–1999)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Ann-Margret - I just don't understand (1961) (Not suitable for kids)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDagZECOhJc

Beautiful! We love you Miss Ann-Margret. Take good care of yourself.
God bless.


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The Beatles - I Just Don't Understand

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EeFTLD_iN0

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Ms. Ann-Margret - I just don't understand (1961)

Well you call me your baby
When you're holdin' my hand
Mm, how you can hurt me
I just don't understand
Well you say that you need me
Like the ocean needs sand
But the way you mistreat me
I just don't understand
Well you know that I love you
More than anyone can
But a one-sided love
I just don't understand (don't understand)

------ harmonica ------

Well you know that I love you
More than anyone can
But a one-sided love
I just don't understand (don't understand)
Well you call me your baby
And you hold my hand
Ah, honey, you hurt me
And I just don't understand (don't understand)



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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Linda Blair

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Reba McEntire

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Vince Vaughn

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

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Amaia Salamanca

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Vica Kerekes

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Ms. Ava Astaire-McKenzie

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Ms. Astaire-McKenzie.

God bless.

Leigh Zimmerman

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Shanna Moakler

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Dianne Wiest

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Annie Wersching

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ms. Gina Lollobrigida




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Ms. Gina Lollobrigida (Not suitable for kids)




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Ms. Gina Lollobrigida



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Claudia Galanti




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Claudia Galanti (Not suitable for kids)




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Claudia Galanti





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Maria Elena Boschi




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Maria Elena Boschi




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Helene Fischer




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Helene Fischer




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Helene Fischer Von Hannah Sommer | Star News

Sängerin, Tänzerin, Akrobatin und Moderatorin - Power-Frau Helene Fischer (29) ist immer in Action und das mit einer Traumfigur. Für ihre Shows und Auftritte braucht die zierliche Blondine eine Menge Ausdauer und Kraft. Doch neben dem Stress, lässt die schöne Blondine es sich auch mal gut gehen. Magerwahn? Nicht mit Helene Fischer. Bei einem Fototermin vor der „Echo“-Verleihung sahen wir den Menschen hinter dem Gesamtkunstwerk „Helene Fischer“ durchblitzen – ein wenig runder als gewohnt.

Klar, dass sie für ihre Showeinlagen mega-fit sein muss. Die hautengen Kostüme lassen kein überflüssiges Speckröllchen zu. Um in der Musikbranche weiterhin auf der Welle des Erfolgs mitzuschwimmen, darf sie sich keine Delle im Oberschenkel oder ein Gramm zuviel Hüftgold leisten. Normalerweise kein Problem für die ehrgeizige Sängerin: Sie stählt ihren Body täglich durch Joggen und Yoga-Sessions, hat sogar einen Personal Trainer an ihrer Seite, der sie motiviert. Da verwundert es doch, sie bei einem Backstage-Fototermin im lockeren Privatoutfit leicht fülliger zu sehen, als wir sie kennen. Die Jeans schlägt Falten um die Oberschenkel. Das Oberteil lässt sie gedrungen wirken.

Das letzte Mal als wir die Schlagerprinzessin derart rundlich sahen, war 2011 – zu Beginn ihrer bombastischen Karriere. Sollte nun endlich der Traum aller Schlagerfans wahr werden und Florian Silbereisen und Helene Fischer bekommen Nachwuchs? Oder entdecken wir hier einfach nur menschliche Züge beim hellsten Stern am Schlagerhimmel? In einem Interview mit der „Bild“-Zeitung verriet die ausgebildete Musical-Sängerin: „ Ich faulenze schon mal gern.“

Wir können also vorerst Ruhe bewahren. Anscheinend ist noch kein Volksmusik-Stammhalter in Sicht. Doch letzte Zweifel bleiben: Gegenüber der BILD verriet die Moderatorin des „Echos“, dass sie nur zwei Outfits in drei Stunden tragen werde. Ungewöhnlich wenige Kostümwechsel - sind wir doch aus der „Helene Fischer Show“ mindestens fünf Outfits in nur 90 Minuten gewohnt.

Heute Abend um 20:15 Uhr werden wir die sympathische Blondine bei ihrer Moderation der „Echo“-Verleihung 2014 in der ARD mal ganz genau unter die Lupe nehmen ... vielleicht zeichnet sich ja doch ein Babybäuchlein ab.



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Time and Motion study

A time and motion study (or time-motion study) is a business efficiency technique combining the Time Study work of Frederick Winslow Taylor with the Motion Study work of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth (the same couple as is best known through the biographical 1950 film and book Cheaper by the Dozen). It is a major part of scientific management (Taylorism). After its first introduction, time study developed in the direction of establishing standard times, while motion study evolved into a technique for improving work methods. The two techniques became integrated and refined into a widely accepted method applicable to the improvement and upgrading of work systems. This integrated approach to work system improvement is known as methods engineering[1] and it is applied today to industrial as well as service organizations, including banks, schools and hospitals.[2]

Time study

Time study is a direct and continuous observation of a task, using a timekeeping device (e.g., decimal minute stopwatch, computer-assisted electronic stopwatch, and videotape camera) to record the time taken to accomplish a task[3] and it is often used when:[4]

there are repetitive work cycles of short to long duration,
wide variety of dissimilar work is performed, or
process control elements constitute a part of the cycle.

The Industrial Engineering Terminology Standard defines time study as "a work measurement technique consisting of careful time measurement of the task with a time measuring instrument, adjusted for any observed variance from normal effort or pace and to allow adequate time for such items as foreign elements, unavoidable or machine delays, rest to overcome fatigue, and personal needs."[5]

The systems of time and motion studies are frequently assumed to be interchangeable terms, descriptive of equivalent theories. However, the underlying principles and the rationale for the establishment of each respective method are dissimilar, despite originating within the same school of thought.

The application of science to business problems, and the use of time-study methods in standard setting and the planning of work, was pioneered by Frederick Winslow Taylor.[6] Taylor liaised with factory managers and from the success of these discussions wrote several papers proposing the use of wage-contingent performance standards based on scientific time study.[7] At its most basic level time studies involved breaking down each job into component parts, timing each part and rearranging the parts into the most efficient method of working.[8] By counting and calculating, Taylor wanted to transform management, which was essentially an oral tradition, into a set of calculated and written techniques.[9][10]

Taylor and his colleagues placed emphasis on the content of a fair day’s work, and sought to maximize productivity irrespective of the physiological cost to the worker.[11] For example, Taylor thought unproductive time usage (soldiering) to be the deliberate attempt of workers to promote their best interests and to keep employers ignorant of how fast work could be carried out.[12] This instrumental view of human behavior by Taylor prepared the path for human relations to supersede scientific management in terms of literary success and managerial application.
Criticisms

In response to Taylor’s time studies and view of human nature, many strong criticisms and reactions were recorded. Unions, for example, regarded time study as a disguised tool of management designed to standardize and intensify the pace of production. Similarly, individuals such as Gilbreth (1909), Cadbury[13] and Marshall[14] heavily criticized Taylor and pervaded his work with subjectivity. For example, Cadbury[15] in reply to Thompson[16] stated that under scientific management employee skills and initiatives are passed from the individual to management,[17] a view reiterated by Nyland.[18] In addition, Taylor’s critics condemned the lack of scientific substance in his time studies,[19] in the sense that they relied heavily on individual interpretations of what workers actually do.[20] However, the value in rationalizing production is indisputable and supported by academics such as Gantt, Ford and Munsterberg, and Taylor society members Mr C.G. Renold, Mr W.H. Jackson and Mr C.B. Thompson.[21] Proper time studies are based on repeated observation, so that motions performed on the same part differently by one or many workers can be recorded, to determine those values that are truly repetitive and measureable. Good studies are never studied just once.
Motion studies

In contrast to, and motivated by, Taylor’s time study methods, the Gilbreths proposed a technical language, allowing for the analysis of the labor process in a scientific context.[22] The Gilbreths made use of scientific insights to develop a study method based upon the analysis of work motions, consisting in part of filming the details of a worker’s activities while recording the time.[23] The films served two main purposes. One was the visual record of how work had been done, emphasising areas for improvement. Secondly, the films also served the purpose of training workers about the best way to perform their work.[24] This method allowed the Gilbreths to build on the best elements of these work flows and to create a standardized best practice.[25]
Taylor vs. the Gilbreths

Although for Taylor, motion studies remained subordinate to time studies, the attention he paid to the motion study technique demonstrated the seriousness with which he considered the Gilbreths’ method. The split with Taylor in 1914, on the basis of attitudes to workers, meant the Gilbreths had to argue contrary to the trade unionists, government commissions and Robert Hoxie[26] who believed scientific management was unstoppable.[27] The Gilbreths were charged with the task of proving that motion study particularly, and scientific management generally, increased industrial output in ways which improved and did not detract from workers' mental and physical strength. This was no simple task given the propaganda fuelling the Hoxie report and the consequent union opposition to scientific management. In addition, the Gilbreths credibility and academic success continued to be hampered by Taylor who held the view that motion studies were nothing more than a continuation of his work.

While both Taylor and the Gilbreths continue to be criticized for their respective work, it should be remembered that they were writing at a time of industrial reorganization and the emergence of large, complex organizations with new forms of technology. Furthermore, to equate scientific management merely with time and motion study and consequently labor control not only misconceives the scope of scientific management, but also misinterprets Taylor’s incentives for proposing a different style of managerial thought.[28]
Direct time study procedure

Following is the procedure developed by Mikell Groover for a direct time study:[29]

1.Define and document the standard method.
2.Divide the task into work elements.

These first two steps are conducted prior to the actual timing. They familiarize the analyst with the task and allow the analyst to attempt to improve the work procedure before defining the standard time.

3.Time the work elements to obtain the observed time for the task.
4. Evaluate the worker’s pace relative to standard performance (performance rating), to determine the normal time.

Note that steps 3 and 4 are accomplished simultaneously. During these steps, several different work cycles are timed, and each cycle performance is rated independently. Finally, the values collected at these steps are averaged to get the normalized time.

5.Apply an allowance to the normal time to compute the standard time. The allowance factors that are needed in the work are then added to compute the standard time for the task.

Conducting time studies

According to good practice guidelines for production studies [30] a comprehensive time study consists of:

1. Study goal setting;
2. Experimental design;
3.Time data collection;
4.Data analysis;
5.Reporting.

The collection of time data can be done in several ways, depending on study goal and environmental conditions. Time and motion data can be captured with a common stopwatch, a handheld computer or a video recorder. There are a number of dedicated software packages used to turn a palmtop or a handheld PC into a time study device. As an alternative, time and motion data can be collected automatically from the memory of computer-control machines (i.e. automated time studies).


References

1. ^ Zandin 2001, Section 4, Chapter 1, p.2
2.^ Ben-Gal et. al 2010
3.^ Groover 2007
4.^ Salvendy 2001, Section IV.C, Chapter 54
5.^ IIE, ANSI 1982
6.^ Krenn, M 2011, ‘From Scientific Management to Homemaking: Lillian M. Gilbreth’s Contributions to the Development of Management Thought’, Management & Organisational History, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 145-161
7.^ Payne, S.C., Youngcourt, S.S. & Watrous, K.M. 2006, ‘Portrayals of F.W. Taylor Across Textbooks’, Journal of Management History, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 385-407
8.^ Payne, S.C., Youngcourt, S.S. & Watrous, K.M. 2006, ‘Portrayals of F.W. Taylor Across Textbooks’, Journal of Management History, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 385-407
9.^ Nyland, C 1996, ‘Taylorism, John R. Commons, and the Hoxie Report’, Journal of Economic Issues, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 985-1016
10.^ Gowler, D & Legge, K 1983, ‘The Meaning of Management and the Management of Meaning: A View from Social Anthropology’, Perspectives on Management, cited in Karsten, L 1996, ‘Writing and the Advent of Scientific Management: The Case of Time and Motion Studies’, Scandinavian Journal of Management, vol. 12, issue. 1, pp. 41-55.
11.^ Karsten, L 1996, ‘Writing and the Advent of Scientific Management: The Case of Time and Motion Studies’, Scandinavian Journal of Management, vol. 12, issue. 1, pp. 41-55.
12.^ Thompson, C.B. 1914, ‘The Literature of Scientific Management’, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 506-557
13.^ Cadbury, E. 1914 ‘Some Principles of Industrial Organization: The Case For and Against Scientific Management’, Sociological Review, vol. 7, pp. 99-125
14.^ Marshall, A 1919, Industry and Trade, MacMillan, London, cited in, Caldari, K 2007, ‘Alfred Marshall’s Critical Analysis of Scientific Management’, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought’, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 55-78
15.^ Cadbury, E. 1914 ‘Some Principles of Industrial Organization: The Case For and Against Scientific Management’, Sociological Review, vol. 7, pp. 99-125
16.^ Thompson, C.B. 1914, ‘The Literature of Scientific Management’, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 506-557
17.^ Cadbury, E. 1914 ‘Some Principles of Industrial Organization: The Case For and Against Scientific Management’, Sociological Review, vol. 7, pp. 99-125
18.^ Nyland, C 1996, ‘Taylorism, John R. Commons, and the Hoxie Report’, Journal of Economic Issues, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 985-1016.
19.^ Caldari, K 2007, ‘Alfred Marshall’s Critical Analysis of Scientific Management’, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought’, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 55-78
20.^ Wrege, C.D. & Perroni, A.G. 1974, ‘Taylor’s Pig-Tale: A Historical Analysis of Frederick W. Taylor’s Pig-Iron Experiments’, Academy of Management, vol. 17, no. 1
21.^ Cadbury, E 1914, 'Mr. Cadbury's Reply', The Sociological Review, vol. a7, issue 4, pp. 327-331, October
22.^ Baumgart, A & Neuhauser, D 2009, ‘Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Scientific Management in the Operating Room’, Quality Safety Health Care, vol. 18, pp. 413-415
23.^ Baumgart, A & Neuhauser, D 2009, ‘Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Scientific Management in the Operating Room’, Quality Safety Health Care, vol. 18, pp. 413-415
24.^ Baumgart, A & Neuhauser, D 2009, ‘Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Scientific Management in the Operating Room’, Quality Safety Health Care, vol. 18, pp. 413-415
25.^ Price, B 1989, ‘Frank and Lillian Gilbreth and the Manufacture and Marketing of Motion Study, 1908-1924’, Business and Economic History, vol. 18, no. 2
26.^ Hoxie, R 1915, ‘Why Organised Labour Opposes Scientific Management’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 62-85
27.^ Nyland, C 1996, ‘Taylorism, John R. Commons, and the Hoxie Report’, Journal of Economic Issues, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 985-1016
28.^ Nyland, C 1996, ‘Taylorism, John R. Commons, and the Hoxie Report’, Journal of Economic Issues, vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 985-1016
29.^ Groover, Mikell P. (2007). Work Systems and Methods, Measurement, and Management of Work, Pearson Education International
30.^ Magagnotti, N., Spinelli, R., 2012, Good practice guidelines for biomass production system, COST Action FP-0902, WG 2 Operations research and measurement methodologies, 50 pages, Italy, ISBN 978-88-901660-4-4, available on internet: http://forestenergy.org/observer:get_page/observer/action/details/itemid/113?PHPSESSID=5157c9d7f7bbbb319764c33e4a28112b&viewportheight=933&viewportwidth=1887



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Actor James Rebhorn We Salute You





by Breeanna Hare, CNN


(CNN) -- Before he died Friday, it seems, James Rebhorn wrote his own obituary.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Jersey City, New Jersey, has shared a letter titled "His Life, According to Jim" that's signed by the actor and dated March 2014.

According to the church, Rebhorn, 65, was a longtime member who "will be remembered not so much for his many screen and stage accomplishments as for his firm faith, his strong leadership, his care for others, and his unfailing good humor."

And in the obituary, Rebhorn's faith and love for his family are particularly evident.

It includes recognition of the influence of his parents, who "gave him his faith and wisely encouraged him to stay in touch with God," and his sister, who was "his confidant (and) ... bridge over troubled waters." He also mentions how his wife, Rebecca, and their two daughters "anchored his life and gave him the freedom to live it."

"Without them always at the center of his being," the obituary continues, "(Rebhorn's) life would have been little more than a vapor. Rebecca loved him with all his flaws, and in her the concept of ceaseless love could find no better example."

Rebhorn was born in September 1948 in Philadelphia. After graduating from Ohio's Wittenberg University and earning a Master of Fine Arts from Columbia, he soon found his way to both the stage and the screen.

If his name isn't familiar, his face probably is: Rebhorn played the headmaster in 1992's "Scent of a Woman," a district attorney on the series finale of "Seinfeld" and the secretary of defense alongside Will Smith in 1996's "Independence Day."

Most recently, he was on television as "Homeland's" Frank Mathison, the father of Claire Danes' Carrie.

Throughout his life, Rebhorn's obituary says, he was "fortunate enough to earn his living doing what he loved. ... A lucky man in every way."

Although his representative did not specify Rebhorn's cause of death, she said he died "at home with his loving family in attendance."

In addition to his wife and daughters, whom he says "made him immensely proud," Rebhorn noted the numerous family members and friends he's leaving behind.

"He loved them all," Rehborn said, "and he knows they loved him."




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The Beatles - Drive my Car

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Sting, Ivy Levan and Mike Einziger plus Others- -Drive my Car

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The Beatles - Drive my Car



Asked a girl what she wanted to be
She said, "Baby, can't you see?
I wanna be famous, a star on the screen
But you can do something in between"

Baby, you can drive my car
Yes, I'm gonna be a star
Baby, you can drive my car
And maybe I'll love you

I told that girl that my prospects were good
And she said, "Baby, it's understood
Working for peanuts is all very fine
But I can show you a better time"

Baby, you can drive my car
Yes, I'm gonna be a star
Baby, you can drive my car
And maybe I'll love you

Beep beep beep beep, yeah

Baby, you can drive my car
Yes, I'm gonna be a star
Baby, you can drive my car
And maybe I'll love you

I told that girl, I can start right away
When she said, "Listen babe, I got something to say
I got no car and it's breaking my heart
But I've found a driver and that's a start"

Baby, you can drive my car
Yes, I'm gonna be a star
Baby, you can drive my car
And maybe I'll love you

Beep beep beep beep, yeah
Beep beep beep beep, yeah
Beep beep beep beep, yeah
Beep beep beep beep, yeah



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PLOT OF FEAR 1976 (Definitely Not suitable for kids)

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PLOT OF FEAR 1976 (Definitely Not suitable for kids)


Cast


Corinne Cléry---------Jeanne
Michele Placido-------Inspector Gaspare Lomenzo
Quinto Parmeggiani----Angelo Scanavini
Edoardo Faieta--------Fulvio Colaianni (as Eddy Fay)
John Steiner----------Hoffmann
Jacques Herlin--------Pandolfi
Cecilia Polizzi-------Woman at Villa Hoffmann
Greta Vayan-----------Laura Falconieri (as Greta Vajant)
Sarah Crespi----------Rosa Catena (as Sarah Ceccarini)
Enrico Oldoini--------Lomenzo's Assistant
Tom Skerritt----------Chief Inspector
Eli Wallach-----------Pietro Riccio


Storyline
A man is strangled by a female prostitute in his home at the same time as a woman is killed by a man with a spanner on an empty bus. In both cases the killer leaves an illustration from the children's book titled 'Shockheaded Peter'. The subsequent investigation leads to an exclusive club called Wildlife's Friends. Written by Red-Barracuda




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PLOT OF FEAR (Definitely Not suitable for kids)

One of the joys of watch­ing Euro-cult fare is the high fac­tor of unpre­dictabil­ity. Just because a European movie presents itself as an action film or hor­ror film doesn’t mean it’s always going to stay squarely in that genre box. Italian film­mak­ers in par­tic­u­lar love this kind of genre-blurring. If you need an exam­ple, look at the spaghetti west­ern. These films aren’t just sage­brush and shootouts: under that head­ing there are polit­i­cal west­erns, gothic hor­ror west­erns, com­edy west­erns, etc. Simply put, the Italians were never afraid to let gen­res col­lide if it could bring a fresh angle to famil­iar elements.

Plot Of Fear is an inter­est­ing exam­ple of Italian genre-blending ten­den­cies in over­drive. Superficially, the plot is a typ­i­cal Italian giallo setup — a killer is bump­ing off cit­i­zens of high stand­ing in cre­atively cruel ways, leav­ing an illus­tra­tion from the twisted children’s clas­sic Struwwelpeter that cor­re­sponds to each mur­der at the site of each killing. Inspector Lomenzo (Michele Placido) inves­ti­gates the killings at the behest of his Chief Inspector (Tom Skerritt) but the sus­pects pile up as quickly as the murders.

As the path of killings lead Lomenzo in dif­fer­ent direc­tions, one thing becomes appar­ent: the mur­ders have some­thing to do with the mys­te­ri­ous death of a pros­ti­tute who was in atten­dance at a gath­er­ing of wealthy folks with an inter­est in sav­ing endan­gered ani­mals… and play­ing kinky sex games. It seems that the for­mer owner of the house where these peo­ple gath­ered, Hoffman (John Steiner), might not have died like sources claimed he had. Other fig­ures of sus­pi­cion include Riccio (Eli Wallach), the head of a shady pri­vate secu­rity orga­nization and Jeanne (Corinne Clery), who also hap­pens to be Lomenzo’s cur­rent roman­tic interest…

However, a sim­ple list­ing of the plot ele­ments only cap­tures part of what this movie is all about. The script, writ­ten by Enrico Oldoini and Bernardino Zapponi from a story by direc­tor Paolo Cavara, incor­po­rates other gen­res and themes into its giallo-esque frame­work. Lomenzo’s work incor­po­rates a cer­tain amount of poliziotteschi ele­ments, includ­ing a dra­matic foot chase through traf­fic that cul­mi­nates in a punch-up con­fronta­tion. There’s also a sur­pris­ing amount of far­ci­cal humor, as Lomenzo tends to get exas­per­ated and neu­rotic about his work and domes­tic sit­u­a­tions. In fact, his inves­ti­ga­tion is played for laughs as often as it is for suspense.

And Cavara’s direc­tion adds fur­ther genre twists. Euro-cult fans will be happy to know he doesn’t shy away from the sexy aspects of the high soci­ety set­ting, weav­ing in a few art­fully shot sex scenes. Without get­ting into spoil­ers, it is also worth not­ing that the final reveal of the cul­prit takes the film into an area of darkly witty social satire not too far removed from the work of Lina Wertmuller or Elio Petri’s Investigation Of A Citizen Under Suspicion. The affect this end­ing achieves is lit­er­ate and qui­etly dis­turb­ing all at once.

This time of genre-blending could quickly become annoy­ing if the crafts­man­ship was off but thank­fully Plot Of Fear man­ages to avoid that. The script’s mys­tery is inter­est­ing and unfolds in a way that main­tains sus­pense up the very end. Better yet, the comedic bits are gen­uinely funny, par­tic­u­larly a bit where Lomenzo tries to inter­ro­gate a sexy yet very unhelp­ful apart­ment ten­ant. Cavara’s direc­tion keeps the whiplash-inducing vari­ety of tones bal­anced and uni­fies the film’s dis­parate moods with a nice visual gloss via cin­e­matog­ra­phy from giallo reg­u­lar Franco Di Giacomo. Daniele Patucchi con­tributes an intrigu­ing score to top this style off that blends dis­cor­dant Morricone-style avant-jazz with gen­tler lounge music melodies.

Plot Of Fear fur­ther ben­e­fits from an inter­est­ing, eclec­tic cast. Placido has to carry the film as the detec­tive hero and he’s at home with both the tough-guy stuff as well as the humor, cre­at­ing a hero who wears his neu­roses on his sleeve so he can dis­arm the peo­ple he is inves­ti­gat­ing. As any­one who has seen The Story Of O knows, Clery is eye-candy of the first order. That part of her appeal is used to great effect here but she also shows a nice knack for dead­pan comic tim­ing. Skerritt and Steiner acquit them­selves nicely in smaller roles but it is Wallach who is the scene-stealer amongst the guest stars, grin­ning like a Cheshire cat as he ver­bally dodges and par­ries Lomenzo’s inquiries.

In short, Plot Of Fear impresses because it does a vari­ety of things well and com­bines its odd assort­ment of ele­ments into a com­pelling and unpre­dictable whole. If you enjoy the unpre­dictabil­ity of Euro-cult fare, this one-of-a-kind item deliv­ers that qual­ity by the truckload.




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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Natalia Sánchez




Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.



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Mar. 27, 2014

Elizabeth Mitchell
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Quentin Tarantino
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Mr. Austin Pendleton
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Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Mr. David Janssen (1931–1980)

We Salute You, RIP

Caroline Maria Winberg

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ms. Maria Schneider (1952–2011)




We Salute You, RIP


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Mr. Teddy Pendergrass (1950–2010)

We Salute You, RIP

Mar. 26, 2014

Keira Knightley
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Mr. James Caan
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Alan Silvestri
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Happy Birthday guys. God bless.


Mr. Emilio Fernández (1903–1986)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Sterling Hayden (1916–1986)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Strother Martin (1919–1980)

We Salute You, RIPm

Anna Fenninger





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