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25th Jan '16 4:40:17 AM StFan
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* 1981's ''TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' proved to be not only a FranchiseKiller, but also destroyed the career of its star, Klinton Spilsbury, who was making his film debut. He hasn't done another film since.
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* 1981's ''TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' ''Film/TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' proved to be not only a FranchiseKiller, but also destroyed the career of its star, Klinton Spilsbury, who was making his film debut. He hasn't done another film since.
14th Jan '16 9:20:49 PM arkryoga
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* French author Alain-Fournier published his only novel, ''Le Grand Meaulnes'' (released in English translation as ''The Wanderer'' and ''The Lost Domain'', among other titles) a year before he was [[AuthorExistenceFailure killed in action]] during WorldWarI.
11th Jan '16 1:38:14 AM Aquila89
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* While Yaroslav Hašek's body of work is qute extensive, he was primarily a journalist, and his legacy mainly consist of newspaper articles and short stories. His only novel, a satirical anti-war epic ''Literature/TheGoodSoldierSvejk'', was only-half finished at moment of the [[AuthorExistenceFailure author's death from tuberculosis]] at the age of just 39.
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* While Yaroslav Jaroslav Hašek's body of work is qute extensive, he was primarily a journalist, and his legacy mainly consist of newspaper articles and short stories. His only novel, a satirical anti-war epic ''Literature/TheGoodSoldierSvejk'', was only-half finished at moment of the [[AuthorExistenceFailure author's death from tuberculosis]] at the age of just 39.
10th Jan '16 8:19:37 AM Twentington
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* Nicky Jones' only noteworthy voice-acting role was the title character of ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}''. * Katherine Heigl is a very prolific actress, but her only ''voice'' acting role has been as Andie in ''WesternAnimation/TheNutJob''.
5th Jan '16 3:23:36 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* ''Film/MadMax2'' was the only major acting credit for both Kjell Nilsson (Lord Humungus) and Emil Minty (the Feral Kid), who only landed a couple of bit parts afterwards. The latter one became a jeweller. Similarly, Max's dog "Dog" never appeared again on the big screen.
5th Jan '16 3:17:03 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* Giorgio Cantarini had the part of the protagonist's young son in two major productions and then only did a few bit parts in small-budgeted Italian movies and TV series. But, since these two productions were ''Film/LifeIsBeautiful'' and ''Film/{{Gladiator}}'', almost everyone knows who he was.
4th Jan '16 2:37:25 PM nombretomado
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* Charmian Carr's first (and largest) acting role was as Liesl von Trapp in the film adaptation of ''TheSoundOfMusic''. She then starred in the one-time television production of ''Evening Primrose,'' but left the business to raise her children.
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* Charmian Carr's first (and largest) acting role was as Liesl von Trapp in the film adaptation of ''TheSoundOfMusic''.''Film/TheSoundOfMusic''. She then starred in the one-time television production of ''Evening Primrose,'' but left the business to raise her children.
1st Jan '16 4:12:28 PM gallium
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* Russian director Alexandr Askoldov's 1967 film ''Film/{{Commissar}}'' was shelved by Communist authorities, who kicked him out of the Communist Party and out of the movie business. ''Commissar'' was finally released in 1988 to critical acclaim, but it was the only film Askoldov ever got a chance to direct.
26th Dec '15 5:12:03 AM Khathi
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* Aleksandr Griboyedov and the play ''Woe from Wit.''
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* Aleksandr Griboyedov and the play ''Woe from Wit.'''' Being a career diplomat, he dabbled in literature only as a diversion between his orientalist studies and diplomatc services, so his opportunities were naturally limited. During his time there's been hope that he would become a true star of Russian literature later at leisure, but, unfortunately, he died [[{{Ambadassador}} protecting the Russian Embassy in Tehran]] during an uprising there being only 34 years old, with the event itself fictionalized in the novel ''Literature/TheDeathOfTheVazirMukhtar''.
24th Dec '15 9:58:34 AM Twentington
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* Three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' were animated ([[OffModel poorly]]) by a company called Creator/EncoreCartoons, which appears never to have done anything else.
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