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  Property transactions for Jefferson, Crook
Property transactions for Jefferson, Crook and Deschutes CountiesBend BulletinSalvesen Homes LLC to James C. Leander and Shelley A. Lewis-Leander, NorthWest Crossing, Phase 24, Lot 875, $645,000. • Rose A. Duffy to Nicholas and Tawny Carpol, Deschutes River Recreation Homesites Inc., Unit 4, Block 30, Lot 6, $340,000.
Posted on 8 October 2017 | 12:02 am
  Vote on pay raise for Richland Hills first
Fort Worth Star TelegramVote on pay raise for Richland Hills first responders could mean tax hike and layoffsFort Worth Star TelegramRichland Hills Police Chief Barbara Childress said the department, with 24 employees, has five positions to fill, and that the department has seen turnover, but it is not because officers are leaving for higher paying jobs. Some are retiring, others ...
Posted on 6 October 2017 | 11:47 am
  In Passing - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning HeraldIn PassingThe Sydney Morning Herald... swashbuckling adventures The Crimson Blade (1963) and The Devil-Ship Pirates (1964), but neither tested her acting prowess to any degree. She also performed her Hammer co-star Barbara Shelley's "screamy" voice-overs in Dracula, Prince of Darkness.and more »
Posted on 5 October 2017 | 11:22 pm
  Phyllis Jean Ullery - Atascadero News
Phyllis Jean UlleryAtascadero NewsShe is survived by a sister, Barbara Thielke of Mishawaka, Ind. Two Daughters, Shelley Genteman of Vallejo, Nancy Franklin of Paso Robles, and son, Tom Ullery of Paso Robles. Four grandchildren, Jennifer (Jason), Amber (Alex), Tony (Beth) and Robin ...and more »
Posted on 4 October 2017 | 1:06 pm
  Suzan Farmer, stalwart of Hammer films – Farmer, stalwart of Hammer films – Farmer, who has died aged 75, was a film and television actress best known for a brief stint as Albert Tatlock's chiropodist Sally Robson in Coronation Street, and for her roles in several blood-curdling Hammer horror films. Fair-haired with soft ...
Posted on 4 October 2017 | 10:09 am
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  Survivor praises WVPD's 'silent heroes'
Jim Graham collapsed two metres across the U.S. border from a massive heart attack while his wife Barbara was sitting at home in Caulfeild, blissfully unaware that her husband was clinically dead. Jim, 67, was biking from Tsawwassen to Point Roberts on ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 10:37 am
  Four Christopher Lee 'Dracula' films to
Christopher Lee has starred in plenty of films throughout his career ... Another horror icon also starred in this movie, Barbara Shelley! 2. "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave" "Dracula Has Risen from the Grave" finds Dracula at odds with an Monsignor.
Posted on 11 June 2015 | 5:46 am
  Blu-ray Review: Dracula: Prince Of Darkness
Francis Matthews and Barbara Shelley as well as the World of Hammer episode “Hammer Stars: Christopher Lee.” Also included is Back to Black, a brand-new documentary about the making of Dracula: Prince of Darkness, a restored theatrical trailer ...
Posted on 17 September 2013 | 4:34 am
  Dracula: Prince of Darkness Blu-ray Art and
Special features for the Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray of Dracula: Prince of Darkness include an exclusive still gallery (never before released); audio commentary featuring Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley, Suzan Farmer, and Francis Matthews; Super 8MM ...
Posted on 3 July 2013 | 6:42 am
  Dracula: Prince of Darkness Blu-ray details
Special features for the Collector's Edition Blu-Ray of Dracula: Prince of Darkness include an exclusive still gallery (never before released), audio commentary featuring Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley, Suzan Farmer and Francis Matthews, Super 8MM ...
Posted on 3 July 2013 | 3:50 am
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  CMovieTreasures: Village of the Damned
CMovieTreasures: Village of the ^@!ed (1960) Starring George Sanders, Barbara S***^ey, and Mart #LetsMovie
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 11:52 am
  leathernlase10: I liked a @YouTube video
leathernlase10: I liked a @YouTube video Blood of the Vampyr - Barbara S&*@ey
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 11:52 am
  MrTVClassics: 51 years ago tonight.....'The
MrTVCl^#!*ics: 51 years ago t*&ight.....'The Avengers' starring Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg return with "From Venus with Love" w…
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 11:52 am
  CLOUTHIERJAMIE: RT @Horror31: Dracula:
CLOUTHIERJAMIE: RT @Horror31: Dracula: Prince Of Darkness, directed by Terence Fisher and starring Christopher Lee, Barbara S^&#ey, Andrew Keir, Francis M…
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 11:52 am
  Para_Mystery: I like the background photo on
Para_Mystery: I like the background photo #*^ ur profile, Love Barbara S%*ey!
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 11:52 am
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  Resolved Question: Need help picking out a
Here's a list of books I have to choose from for English. Are there any on here that are really enjoyable and not too difficult to read? Any that you may have read *Achebe, Chinua - Things Fall Apart Allende, Isabel - House of the Spirits Austen, Jane - Emma *Austen, Jane - Pride and Prejudice (may read this novel in class) Balzac, Honore de - Pere Goriot Beckett, Samuel - Waiting for Godot Bolt, Robert - A Man for All Seasons Borges, Jorge Luis - Labyrinths Bradley, Marion Zimmer - The Mists of Avalon *Bronte, Charlotte - Jane Eyre ( may read this novel in class) *Bronte, Emily - Wuthering Heights *Burgess, Anthony - A Clockwork Orange Butler, Samuel Taylor, -The Way of the Flesh *Camus, Albert - The Stranger *Carroll, Lewis - Alice in Wonderland *Cervantes, Miguel de - Don Quixote *Coleridge, Samuel, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner *Conrad, Joseph, -Heart of Darkness Conrad, Joseph - Lord Jim Conrad, Joseph - Secret Agent Crossley-Holland - King Arthur: the seeing stone Defoe, Daniel - Moll Flanders *Defoe, Daniel - Robinson Crusoe Dickens, Charles - David Copperfield *Dickens, Charles - Great Expectations Dickens, Charles - Hard Times *Dostoevski, Feodor - Crime and Punishment du Maurier, Daphne - Rebecca Eliot, George -Adam Bede Eliot, George - The Mill on the Floss *Eliot, George, -Silas Marner Esquivel, Laura - Like Water for Chocolate Fielding, Henry - Joseph Andrews *Fielding, Henry -Tom Jones Flaubert, Gustave - Madame Bovary Forster, E.M. - Howard's End Forster, E.M. - A Passage to India Fuentes, Carlos - The Death of Artemio Cruz Fugard, Athol - "Master Harold"... and the boys Fowles, John - The French Lieutenant's Woman Galsworthy, John - Forsyte Saga *Garcia Marquez, Gabriel - One Hundred Years of Solitude Gogol, Nikolai - The Overcoat *Golding, William - Lord of the Flies Grass, Gunter - The Tin Drum Greene, Graham - The Power and the Glory Hardy, Thomas - Far from the Madding Crowd Hardy, Thomas - Jude the Obscure *Hardy, Thomas - Mayor of Casterbridge Hardy, Thomas - Return of the Native *Hardy, Thomas - Tess of the D'Urbervilles Hesse, Hermann - Siddhartha *Huxley, Aldous - Brave New World Ishiguro, Kazuo - Remains of the Day Joyce, James - Dubliners *Joyce, James - Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Kkfka, Franz - The Trial Koestler, Arthur - Darkness at Noon Lawhead, Stephen - Arthur, Avalon: the return of King Arthur, Grail, Merlin, Pendragon Lawrence, D.H. - Sons and Lovers Mann, Thmoas - Death in Venice Maugham, William Somerset - Of Human Bondage Meredith, George - The Egoist *Milton, John - Paradise Lost (excerpt in book) More, Sir Thomas - Utopia **Orwell, George - 1984 Orwell, George - Animal Farm Orwell, George - Down and Out in Paris and London *Pasternak, Boris - Doctor Zhivago Paton, Alan - Cry, the Beloved Country *Remarque, Erich Maria - All Quiet on the Western Front Rhys, Jean - Wide Sargasso Sea Richardson, Samuel - Clarissa Richardson, Samuel - Pamela Scott, Sir Walter - Ivanhoe Shaw, George Bernard - Major Barbara *Shelley, Mary - Frankenstein Solzhenitsyn, Aleksander - One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Stewart, Mary -The Crystal Cave, The Hollow Hills, The Last Enchantment, The Wicked Day *Stoker, Bram - Dracula (may read this novel for class) *Swift, Jonathan - Gulliver's Travels (excerpt in book) Thackeray, William Makepeace - Vanity Fair *Tolstoy, Leo - Anna Karenina *Weisel, Elie - Night *Wells, H.G. - The Time Machine *Wilde, Oscar - The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays *Wilde, Oscar - Picture of Dorian Gray (may read this novel for class) Woolf, Virginia - Mrs. Dalloway Woolf, Virginia - A Room of One's Own Woolf, Virginia - To the Lighthouse
Posted on 21 October 2012 | 5:03 am
  Resolved Question: Need Help. I do not know
I was watching a movie about a girl who losses her mother and moves to the country with her nanny. the nanny goes as a promises to her father to always look after the girl. the girl gets a room in the tower. the tower has stars on the ceiling and murals on the walls. the stars move when she is not looking and when she wakes up she has a cooking and milk waiting for you. She also has a dress laid out for her to wear. She does not wear it. she goes to breakfast where her uncles complains about how much the nanny talks. she yells at him and wonders why he invited a bunch of noisy woman to live with him. You learn the father had debt and refused his brothers help with the family money. He sees the girl with a book. the book upsets him and he takes it from the girl. early in the movie the girl was reading the book the story was about two families that live at the edge of town and there children fall in love. there is a lion and unicorn at the wedding. the gift to the bride is a set of beads or pearls that grant wishes good or evil and the story stops. the bride from the story is in a frame outside the little door to the tower bedroom that she was given by her uncle. she is given a list of rules by her uncle that prevent her from going into most of the house including the library where the uncle took her book she was given by her father. she goes to play the piano that just starts to play on it own like magic. she starts to play and this upset the uncle. He takes her riding where he is upset to learn she cannot ride as all members of the family can and should be able to ride. She rides and the uncles leaves her to ride alone. she breaks the uncles rule of not going into the woods where she is unsafe. she was nearly kidnapped by people upon arriving at her uncles. she goes into the woods and is with the same people who tried to take her. only she has no idea why they do not like her and why they are after her." I only know the beginning of the movie.
Posted on 19 October 2011 | 4:34 am
  Resolved Question: Want the name of an old
I'm guessing this movie was made around the 1950s or 1960s. I only remember the last scene. It's probably considered a Sci-Fi or just a "scary movie". It was black and white. In the last scene of the move, the setting is night, very dark, and outside is an open area. There is a man walking on some kind of adjustable walkway above ground, like a scaffolding. He's walking around, maybe trying to escape what I'm about to describe, but not sure. Here's the part that is most identifiable probably: Off in the distance there is a white ghost-like or devil-like figure. I don't know exactly how far, but perhaps miles away. The figure appears huge, like the size of a building, but again not certain. The figure appears purely white. The figure doesn't move at all. I remember there is a kind of loud high pitched sound while the figure is there, but then again that might have been the accompanied music, not sure. All I remember is the guy is walking on this high up platform or scaffolding trying to do something, and after a few minutes the figure slowly fades away and disappears. I believe this is the end of the movie. I saw this movie when I was a kid, and again more recently, but I never was able to find out the title. If someone could help it would solve a mystery that's been bugging me for years. Thanks.
Posted on 11 October 2011 | 3:26 am
  Resolved Question: What's the movie about
During the construction of subway found a spaceship People built underground, something dug and found a spaceship oval shape, steel gray-blue. Thank you, MystMoon! it's "Quatermass and the Pit"
Posted on 8 February 2011 | 9:09 am
  Resolved Question: Are you familiar with
Match Game was a "fill in the blank" game show. I have some for you... alive or dead, famous or infamous, they are known names. Let me see what you've got! Adam - Anne - Anthony - Art - Audrey - Barbara - Betsy - Bill - Billy - Bob - Bobby - Carol - Christopher - Connie - Charles - Dan - David - Diana - Dinah - Don - Donald - Elizabeth - Ellen - Frank - George - Gordon - Harry - Helen - Jack - Jackie - James - Jane - Jeff - Jim - Joan - John - Johnny - Justin - Linda/Lynda - Martin - Matthew - Melissa - Meredith - Michelle - Michael - Mike - Nancy - Paul - Peter - Richard - Ricky - Robert - Sandra - Sharon - Shelley - Shirley - Steve - Steven/Stephen - Susan - Suzanne - Tammy - Tim - Tom - Timothy - Tina - Vanessa - William -
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