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19th Jun '18 4:28:24 PM thatother1dude
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* ''Literature/ThePerksOfBeingAWallflower'' is Stephen Chbosky's first and only novel, released way back in 1999. Nowadays he does a lot more work in film, more often than not doing screenplays and in 2012 winding up as the sole writer and director for the film adaptation of the book.

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* ''Literature/ThePerksOfBeingAWallflower'' is Stephen Chbosky's first and only novel, released way back in 1999. Nowadays he does a lot more work in film, more often than not doing screenplays and in 2012 winding up as the sole writer and director [[SelfAdaptation for the film adaptation of the book.book]].
17th Jun '18 4:44:02 PM Ezclee4050
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* [[http://badcatrecords.com/BadCat/GATORcreek.htm Gator Creek]] was an eclectic 8-piece band founded in 1970 by jazz veteran Dee Barton, featuring a mix of prolific Hollywood studio musicians and newcomers like a young Music/KennyLoggins. Their self-titled 1970 album was their only release, but it had two notable songs: "Dirty Boogie", which played over the opening credits of ''Film/PlayMistyForMe''[[note]]Barton wrote the score for the film. Creator/ClintEastwood's DJ character also gives a ShoutOut to the band on his radio show[[/note]], and "Danny's Song", which Loggins would re-record on the first Loggins & Messina album, before getting CoveredUp by Anne Murray.

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* [[http://badcatrecords.com/BadCat/GATORcreek.htm Gator Creek]] was an eclectic 8-piece band founded in 1970 by jazz veteran Dee Barton, featuring a mix of prolific Hollywood studio musicians and newcomers like a young Music/KennyLoggins. Their self-titled 1970 album was their only release, but it had two notable songs: "Dirty Boogie", which played over the opening credits of ''Film/PlayMistyForMe''[[note]]Barton wrote the score for the film. Creator/ClintEastwood's DJ character also gives a ShoutOut to the band on his radio show[[/note]], and "Danny's Song", which Loggins would re-record on the first Loggins & Messina album, before getting CoveredUp by Anne Murray.
17th Jun '18 4:26:55 PM Ezclee4050
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* [[http://badcatrecords.com/BadCat/GATORcreek.htm Gator Creek]] was an eclectic 8-piece band founded in 1970 by jazz veteran Dee Barton, featuring a mix of prolific Hollywood studio musicians and newcomers like a young Music/KennyLoggins. Their self-titled 1970 album was their only release, but it had two notable songs: "Dirty Boogie", which played over the opening credits of ''Film/PlayMistyForMe''[[note]]Barton wrote the score for the film. Creator/ClintEastwood's DJ character also gives a ShoutOut to the band on his radio show[[/note]], and "Danny's Song", which Loggins would re-record on the first Loggins & Messina album, before getting CoveredUp by Anne Murray.
14th Jun '18 8:59:33 AM Packer
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* The pre-Creator/{{Pixar}} short ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfAndreAndWallyB'' is the only film Alvy Ray Smith ever worked on aside from some CGI effects for ''Series/{{Cosmos}}'' and ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''. Despite being one of the company's prominant players in its formation, he would eventually leave Pixar after a bad squabble with Creator/SteveJobs and now works as a scholarly writer, computer historian, and digital photographer.

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* The pre-Creator/{{Pixar}} short ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfAndreAndWallyB'' is the only film Alvy Ray Smith ever worked on aside from some CGI effects for ''Series/{{Cosmos}}'' and ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''. Despite being one of the company's prominant prominent players in its formation, he would eventually leave Pixar after a bad squabble with Creator/SteveJobs and now works as a scholarly writer, computer historian, and digital photographer.
14th Jun '18 8:55:06 AM Packer
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* The pre-Creator/{{Pixar}} short ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfAndreAndWallyB'' is the only film Alvy Ray Smith ever worked on aside from some CGI effects for ''Series/{{Cosmos}}'' and ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''. Despite being one of the company's prominant players in its formation, he would eventually leave Pixar after a bad squabble with Creator/SteveJobs and now works as a scholarly writer, computer historian, and digital photographer.
11th Jun '18 4:02:06 PM Twentington
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* The closure of Creator/DreamWorks Records in 2005 killed two CountryMusic bands after only one album: Hot Apple Pie (founded by former Little Texas singer/keyboardist Brady Seals) and Hanna-[=McEuen=] (first cousins Jaime Hanna and Jonathan [=McEuen=], whose fathers co-founded the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). MCA pushed two more singles off Hot Apple Pie's album, but neither went anywhere. Seals went solo again, occasionally using ex-Hot Apple Pie members on his solo work. Hanna-[=McEuen=] disbanded pretty much the instant their second single flopped, with [=McEuen=] going solo and Hanna joining Music/GaryAllan's road band.

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* The closure of Creator/DreamWorks Records in 2005 killed two CountryMusic bands after only one album: Hot Apple Pie (founded by former Brady Seals, formerly of Little Texas singer/keyboardist Brady Seals) Texas) and Hanna-[=McEuen=] (first cousins Jaime Hanna and Jonathan [=McEuen=], whose fathers co-founded the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). MCA pushed two more singles off Hot Apple Pie's album, but neither went anywhere. Seals went solo again, occasionally using ex-Hot Apple Pie members on his solo work. Hanna-[=McEuen=] disbanded pretty much the instant their second single flopped, with [=McEuen=] going solo and Hanna joining Music/GaryAllan's road band.
11th Jun '18 3:17:27 AM DeepRed
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* Keri Hulme, the first {{New Zealand}}er to win the Booker Prize, has to date published only one novel, ''The Bone People''. Other than that, she is mostly a poet and short story writer.
6th Jun '18 1:34:40 PM Exxolon
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* [[Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory The 2005 adaptation]] of ''Charlie'' (and its video game) is to date, Julia Winter's (Veruca Salt) only acting credit.

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* [[Film/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory The 2005 adaptation]] of ''Charlie'' (and its video game) is to date, Julia Winter's (Veruca Salt) only acting credit. Much like Peter Ostrum, she elected not to continue acting is now training to be a doctor.
6th Jun '18 1:11:45 PM Exxolon
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* Creator/JoanRivers' first and only attempt at directing a movie was 1978's ''Film/RabbitTest'', [[note]]the movie that introduced a young Creator/BillyCrystal[[/note ]] possibly due to critical negativity.

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* Creator/JoanRivers' first and only attempt at directing a movie was 1978's ''Film/RabbitTest'', [[note]]the movie that introduced a young Creator/BillyCrystal[[/note ]] Creator/BillyCrystal[[/note]] possibly due to critical negativity.
6th Jun '18 1:10:21 PM Exxolon
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* Creator/JoanRivers' first and only attempt at directing a movie was 1978's ''Film/RabbitTest'' [[note]]the movie that introduced a young Creator/BillyCrystal.[[/note ]], possibly due to critical negativity.

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* Creator/JoanRivers' first and only attempt at directing a movie was 1978's ''Film/RabbitTest'' ''Film/RabbitTest'', [[note]]the movie that introduced a young Creator/BillyCrystal.[[/note ]], Creator/BillyCrystal[[/note ]] possibly due to critical negativity.
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