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El ilusionista (2006

El ilusionista (2006

Robin Williams Orgueil & préjugés (2005 They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (film) Robert Syverton (Michael Sarrazin), who once dreamed of being a great film director, recalls the events leading to an unstated crime. In his youth, he saw a horse break its leg, after which it was shot and put out of its misery. Years later, in 1932 during the Great Depression, he wanders into a dance marathon about to begin in the shabby La Monica Ballroom, perched over the Pacific Ocean on the Santa Monica Pier, near Los Angeles. He is recruited by MC (Master of Ceremonies) Rocky (Gig Young) as a substitute partner for a cynical malcontent named Gloria (Jane Fonda), when her original partner is disqualified because of an ominous cough. Among the other contestants competing for a cash prize of $1500 are Harry Kline (Red Buttons), a middle-aged sailor; Alice (Susannah York), a would-be Jean Harlow with delusions of stardom, and her partner Joel (Robert Fields), an aspiring actor; an impoverished farm worker James (Bruce Dern) and his pregnant wife Ruby (Bonnie Bedelia). Academy Awards

El club de los poetas muertos (1989 Inception (2010 Tina Louise Tina Louise (born February 11, 1934) is an American actress, singer and author. She is best known for her role as the movie star Ginger Grant on the situation comedy Gilligan's Island (1964–1967). Early life[edit] Tina Blacker was born in New York City to a Jewish family.[1] An only child, she was raised by her mother, Betty Horn Myers (1916–2011), a fashion model. Career[edit] Early work[edit] At age 17, Louise began studying acting, singing and dancing. Hollywood and Gilligan's Island[edit] The question "Ginger or Mary Ann?" Later work[edit] As of 2014, Louise has returned to the acting world in the upcoming spiritual drama, Tapestry and the horror film Late Phases.[13][14] Louise In The Happy Ending (1969) Music[edit] Louise made one record album, It's Time for Tina, which was released originally on Concert Hall in 1957 (Concert Hall 1521), and later reissued on Urania Records (1958 and 1959 respectively).[15] The album is sought after by collectors. Personal life[edit] Filmography[edit]

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