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Richard Egan in VIOLENT SATURDAY (1955)

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For my "actors cry sometimes" playlist.

Man From Leith by Dean Owens set to reach a new audience with inclusion on pro-indy album Songs for Scotland 2

Dean Owens's Man From Leith has been chosen for the album, which is to be released as part of a project aimed at putting Scottish culture at the heart of a renewed independence campaign. A crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo is raising money for the


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The Brain That Wouldn't Die, Virginia Leith, 1962

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The Brain That Wouldn't Die, Virginia Leith, 1962

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Crisis in the Church: The Plight of Theological Education

Crisis in the Church: The Plight of Theological Education

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John H. Leith gives a passionate and informed interpretation of the state of theological education in the United States. Fifty years ago, he writes, it was necessary to gain freedom for the study of the faith. Over the course of five decades, he asserts, freedom for the faith became freedom from the faith. Leith is Pemberton Professor of Theology Emeritus at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.


Kiss Before Dying

Kiss Before Dying

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Bud Corliss (Robert Wagner) is having trouble being accepted by the family of his comparatively-rich girlfriend, Dorothy Kingship (Joanne Woodward). Dorothy's pregnancy is only going to make matters worse. Instead of working their problems out, however, Bud coldly murders Dorothy and leaves false evidence that she committed suicide. When Dorothy's sister Ellen (Virginia Leith) decides to look into the death, Bud begins to wonder if he won't have to kill again. Lensed by Lucian Ballard, one of Sam Peckipah's favorite cinematographers.


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Charles McGraw

The iconic actor Charles McGraw appeared in over 140 roles on films and television, including the classic noir pictures The Killers (1946) and The Narrow Margin (1952). Whether portraying tough cops or sadistic killers, McGraw brought a unique authenticity to the screen. Emphasizing his impact on the film noir style, this comprehensive biography examines McGraw's lengthy career against the backdrop of a changing Hollywood. Through numerous personal interviews with his surviving intimates, close acquaintances and co-workers, his tumultuous personal life is detailed from his earliest days to his bizarre, accidental death. Also included are an extensive critical filmography of McGraw's feature film career, a complete list of television appearances and previously unpublished film stills and...

My Double Life

After 15 books about somebody else (mostly alter ego Charlie Farquharson), Don Harron now presents the colourful story of his 77-year career in the entertainment business.

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  1. Dean Owens's Man From Leith has been chosen for the album, which is to be released as part of a project aimed at putting Scottish culture at the heart of a renewed independence campaign. A crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo is raising money for the
  2. TIAA CREF Trust Co. FSB MO lowered its stake in Lowe's Cos. (NYSE:LOW) by 5.3% during the second quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the 
  3. Virginia Eichhorn, director and chief curator at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery in Owen Sound, with the sketch she says is 'very likely' a genuine Tom Thomson painting. (JAMES MASTERS/THE SUN TIMES) 
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Virginia Leith - IMDb
Virginia Leith, Actress: The Brain That Wouldn't Die. Sultry, smoky-voiced brunette actress, a former model, who was put under contract by 20th Century-Fox in the ...

Virginia Leith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Virginia Leith (born October 15, 1932 in Cleveland, Ohio) [citation needed] is an American film and television actress. Leith starred in a few films, with her most ...

Virginia Leith - Biography - IMDb
Sultry, smoky-voiced brunette actress, a former model, who was put under contract by 20th Century-Fox in the early 1950s. She had a showy role and ...

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Joseph A. Brown
Co. G, 23rd OH. Infantry The Miami Republican, Jan. 7, 1916, Pg. 1 Died: Jan. 1, 1916 Death of J. A. Brown. Joseph A. Brown died at his home on south Pearl street, Paola, Kansas, Saturday, January 1, 1916, at about 1 o’clock p. m. after an illness of two weeks with pneumonia. He had been a chronic sufferer with diabetes and had failed much the past three months, but was not considered to be dangerously ill until he was attacked by pneumonia. Joseph Augustus Brown was born in Ashland co., Ohio, July 16, 1844, and would have been 72 years old next July. He was reared in that county and August 4, 1867, was united in marriage to Miss Mary J. Smith, to whom six children were born, two of whom died in infancy. Their son, James W. died in Paola August 19, 1904. The surviving children are Mrs. W. P. Gillam of Bacyrus, Ohio, Mrs. A. W. Rainey of Independence, Kansas, and Mrs. E. C. Haysler of Kansas City, Mo., all of whom were present when their father died. His wife died...
The Brain that Wouldn't Die (1962)
Jason Evers, Virginia Leith (as "Jan in the Pan"), Adele Lamont, Bonnie Sharie, Paula Maurice, and Eddie Carmel, directed by Joseph Green.
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Left to right: Raphael McNabney, Rosanne Wieringa and Virginia Barron perform at Leith Church.
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They wore floor length gowns in navy; each carried a bouquet of Virginia roses. The flower girls were Braelyn Conner, cousin of bride and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leith Conner, and Isabelle Grundy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grundy Jr. of El Dorado ...

Authenticity of latest Tom Thomson sketch remains a mystery
In the seven years Virginia Eichhorn has been director and chief curator ... Canadian art – and its power structure. Thomson, who grew up in Leith, near Owen Sound, Ont., died under mysterious circumstances at Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park in 1917.

The Brain That Wouldn't Die
but he's also had some success using electric shock to restore life to the recently deceased. When Bill causes a car crash that decapitates his fiancée, Jan Compton (Virginia Leith), he spirits her head off to his...more

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