Cloris Leachman

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  • Raising Hope Analysis

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    “Raising Hope” such a good TV comedy is its talented cast. Without a talented cast any TV comedy will fall short in being able to properly deliver its humor to their audience. The most notable cast member is the Oscar and Emmy winning actress Cloris Leachman, starring as Maw Maw. She received an Emmy nomination for the role. Another notable cast member is Marth Plimpton who solidified her career by starring in the “The Goonies” as a child. Plimpton received two Emmy nominations for her role as Virginia

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' The Night '

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    By the following Tuesday night she was ready to resume taking after having several nights of poor sleep. The doorbell rang about 1A.M., I got up in time to see Kevin handing an almost nude Susan a Sunday. All she had on was her pink panties, hmm..she had pajamas on when she went to bed. At first I thought she might be awake, but her blank expression led me to believe she was in ambient trance. How did Kevin know to bring a Sunday or did he just chance it? Why was Susan naked? Did she call Kevin

  • Mary Tyler Moore Essay

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    started one of televisions most memorable series. When the show first tested among viewers though, it received the worst ratings in CBS history. The network decided to try the show out anyway. With a combination of a great cast, including Cloris Leachman, Edward Asner, Valerie Harper, Ted Knight and Gavin MacLeod, and a great group of writers, the show finally made it. Over it's seven year run, "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" received 29 well deserved Emmy awards, which is more than

  • Mel Brooks Essay

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    Brooks developed a repertory company of sorts for his film work: performers with three or more Brooks films to their credit include Gene Wilder, Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman, Cloris Leachman, Ron Carey and Andréas Voutsinas. Dom DeLuise has appeared in six of Brooks' 12 films, the only person with more appearances being Brooks himself. In 1975, at the height of his movie career, Brooks tried TV again with When Things Were Rotten

  • Summary Of British Tradition, And Then There Were None

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    Honors British Traditions And Then There Were None JP Suozzi Due: Wednesday, January 10 (a week after we return from Winter Break) Part 1—Create a list of five discussion questions (and sample answers) about the book so we can include them in our class discussions. You will be expected to lead a discussion with at least one of these questions. (Your sample answers should be six to eight sentences in length.) Do you think Wargrave is justified in murdering the guests? I do not think he is. Yes