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Actors: Don Money (actor), Donald Kimmel (actor), Kendra Leigh Landon (actress), Bill Kirstein (writer), Will Boisture (editor), Bill Kirstein (director), Bill Kirstein (actor), Bill Kirstein (producer), Silas Gordon Brigham (actor), Jack Fitzmorris (actor), Marty Keiser (actor), David Kongstvedt (actor), David Kongstvedt (producer), David Kongstvedt (writer), David Kongstvedt (writer),Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Thriller,
Actors: Aleksei Smirnov (actor), Lyubov Malinovskaya (actress), Yuri Medvedev (actor), Iosif Kheifits (director), Ivan Krasko (actor), Georgiy Yumatov (actor), Rina Zelyonaya (actress), Anatoliy Papanov (actor), Anton Chekhov (writer), Iosif Kheifits (writer), Grigoriy Shpigel (actor), Yevgeni Shutov (actor), Aleksey Batalov (actor), Olga Aroseva (actress), Igor Gorbachyov (actor),Genres: Drama, History,
Actors: John Le Mesurier (actor), Richard Wattis (actor), Jill St. John (actress), Daniel Emilfork (actor), Wilfrid Hyde-White (actor), Henri Cogan (actor), Colin Gordon (actor), Ronald Leigh-Hunt (actor), Jeremy Lloyd (actor), Trevor Howard (actor), Eric Sykes (actor), Akim Tamiroff (actor), Rod Taylor (actor), Lalo Schifrin (composer), David Tomlinson (actor),
Plot: Colonel Mostyn is the chief of a section of the British Security Services when they are embarrassed by the number of spies and defections. The Chief tells him to do something about it so he hires Boys Oaks as Agent L - The Liquidator, to assassinate people about to cause trouble. Although Boys likes the cars and the girls that his new position attracts he's not any good at it. He's also got a phobia about flying that makes jetting off to exotic places a bit of an embarrassment.Keywords: agent, assassination, aviation, based-on-novel, cold-war, england, hitman, murder, playboy, redhead
A short introductory film about the life and works of playwright Anton Chekhov. Anton Chekhov is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights that has ever lived. This film explores his life and works, considering what makes his plays still relevant and restagable. Discover more about the art of making theatre with the National Theatre: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/discover Bookshop: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/bookshop Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nationaltheatre Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/national.theatre.london iTunes: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/itunes TES: http://www.tes.co.uk/nationaltheatre
THE TALES OF ANTON CHEKHOV - FULL AudioBook | Greatest AudioBooks - Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (Russian: Анто́н Па́влович Че́хов, pronounced [ɐnˈton ˈpavləvʲɪtɕ ˈtɕexəf]; 29 January 1860 -- 15 July 1904) was a Russian physician, dramatist and author who is considered to be among the greatest writers of short stories in history. His career as a dramatist produced four classics and his best short stories are held in high esteem by writers and critics. Chekhov practiced as a doctor throughout most of his literary career: "Medicine is my lawful wife", he once said, "and literature is my mistress." Chekhov renounced the theatre after the disastrous reception of The Seagull in 1896, but the play was revived to acclaim in 1898 by Constantin Stanislavski's Moscow Art Theatre, which subsequently a...
The Young Chekhov plays were performed as a trilogy at the National Theatre in 2016, offering a unique chance to explore the birth of a revolutionary dramatic voice. Take a closer look at one of Chekhov's major plays with director Michael Oakley, actors Joshua James and Olivia Vinall, and academic Rosamund Bartlett.
Аудиокнига. Чехов Антон Павлович "Три года. Рассказы и повести" Описание: Аудиокнига. Издание содержит рассказы и повести великого русского писателя Антона Павловича Чехова, написанные 1897-1903гг. Чехов — великий русский мыслитель-реалист, обличитель мира пошлости и мещанства, несравненный художник. Проблемы, поставленные в его произведениях, актуальны и в наши дни. Содержание: Три года Архиерей В овраге Новая дача Читает: Мичков Василий Читает: Аптовцев Алексей Запись 2009 г. Время звучания 05:00:36 Возрастные ограничения 6+ 192 kBit/sec • 44,1 kHz, Stereo • MPEG Audio Layer 3 Код: 2001109 © ИДДК (АУДИОКНИГИ ОНЛАЙН)
Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) Recorded April 12, 2012 Anton Chekhov The Social Origins of Mental Illness. Matt Raphael Johnson discusses: Chekhov and the social origin of mental illness; Short stories Ward No. 6 and A Nervous Breakdown; These short stories as anti-modernist and anti-bureaucratic; Chekhov and the critique of modernism.
SYNOPSIS:A young man creates a perplexing mystery in the mind of a young woman by confessing his love for her only when they are barreling down a steep sledding hill. NOTES:Published in 1886, "A Joke" is one of the over 200 short stories Anton Chekhov wrote in his lifetime. Like many of Chekov's stories, the characters in "A Joke" are richly drawn and emotionally potent making it a story worth retelling! This film short adaptation was shot over 2 days on the snowy hills of New Hampshire and later that summer in Long Island and Brooklyn, New York. http://andybrownmedia.com
Another free video from New York acting-coach John Windsor-Cunningham, this one only for actors interested in the plays of Chekhov. One of dozens of free videos - with no advertizing attached to them, or charge for watching them - on his website www.Windsor-Cunningham.com
If the gun doesn't fire, it shouldn't be hanging there. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ► http://goo.gl/9EFEIa FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ► http://goo.gl/tuixnW FOLLOW US ON SOUNDCLOUD ► http://goo.gl/YGC7oK EMAIL US AT ► email@example.com Music by Kevin MacLeod (What Is Love?) Whether you know what it's called or not, you probably already understand the concept behind Chekhov’s gun. But since I couldn't find any other videos succinctly explaining it, I thought I'd try gain that desperate Explain-Like-I'm-5 revenue. So basically, Chekhov’s gun is a narrative device which says “don't put something in your story if you aren't gonna pay it off later”. Don't make a big deal out of a gun being on the wall, if that gun isn't fired by the end of the movie. Story. Whatever. It was coined by a playwrigh...
Melvyn Bragg talks about his earliest memories of books, growing up in the 1940s, how he become obsessed with reading, Chekhov, Shakespeare, P. G. Wodehouse, experience, solitude and more. Bragg is one of many contributors to The Pleasure of Reading, published in aid of the literacy charity Give a Book. Other contributors include Margaret Atwood, J. G. Ballard, A. S. Byatt, Carol Ann Duffy, Simon Gray, Germaine Greer, Alan Hollinghurst, Doris Lessing, Candia McWilliam, Edna O'Brien, Ruth Rendell, Tom Stoppard, Sue Townsend, Timberlake Wertenbaker, Jeanette Winterson, Emily Berry, Kamila Shamsie, Rory Stewart, Katie Waldegrave and Tom Wells. Order your copy: http://www.londonreviewbookshop.co.uk/on-our-shelves/book/9781408859629/pleasure-of-reading-43-writers-on-the-discovery-of-reading-a...
Presented by Theatre UNCA and The Department of Drama and directed by Laura Facciponti. The Proposal - A nervous hypochondriac proposes marriage to his neighbor's daughter and encounters hilarious complications. The Bear - A widow receives an unwelcome visit from an ungentlemanly landowner who insists on collecting a debt.
It is a widespread prejudice that the Russian soul is as deep as Lake Baikal, as wide as the plains of Siberia and as fundamentally unhappy as the working class of all countries. In his classical play THE SEAGULL, Anton Pavlovich Chekhov proves this. - This was a joke, he naturally proves that ALL MANKIND is fundamentally unhappy, but see for yourselves. Michael Sommer and his Playmobil cast present a compact and entertaining summary of this great play. DISCLAIMER: WATCHING THIS VIDEO DOES NOT REPLACE READING THE ORIGINAL. It's just a summary, which means I have left out loads of things. I recommend reading it for yourselves, or, even better, staging it! It can be real fun!
Add your name to the list of revenge
Well get to you soon
Full power on the verge of a meltdown
Coming your way
Everyone against us from the start
For lack of faith you pay
We bite the hands that feed
We take all that we need
No time were on our own
Behold the killing zone
Vengeance in the form of fighting machines
Were built to destroy
One mission! One vision! One goal!
Transform you to oblivion
We bite the hands that feed
We take all that we need
No time were on our own