Moon Song (1932 song)

This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (September 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) “Moon Song” is a popular and jazz standard song with music by Sam Coslow and lyrics by Arthur Johnston, published in 1932. The song was first introduced in the Paramount movie Hello, Everybody! where it was sung by Kate Smith. It has been since recorded by many other singers, including Doris Day (in her album Day by Night), Sue Raney (on her 1995 double CD When Your Lover Has Gone/Songs for a Raney Day), Frank Sinatra (recorded for the album Moonlight Sinatra), and Dan Barrett, who used it as the title song of an album he made.This jazz standard or composition-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This pop standards-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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We from the Urals

We from the Urals Directed by Lev Kuleshov Aleksandra Khokhlova Written by Yevgeni Pomeshchikov Nikolai Rozhkov Music by Sergei Pototsky Cinematography Ivan GorchilinProduction company Soyuzdetfilm Release dates 1943 (1943) Running time76 minutes Country Soviet Union Language Russian We from the Urals (Russian: Мы с Урала) is a 1943 Soviet film directed by Lev Kuleshov and Aleksandra Khokhlova. Plot[edit] Two teenagers working after school on the big Urals military factory, bursting to the front, where a nurse had left the sister of one of them. Their everyday life, love and youth make up the plot of the film. The first film role Nikolai Grabbe (Pavka Drozdov). Cast[edit]Aleksei Konsovsky as Kuzia Zavarin Yanina Zhejmo as Vera Zavarina Sergei Filippov as Specialized worker Aleksandr Mikhajlov as Vania Tomakurov Georgy Millyar as grandfather Tomakurov Mariya Vinogradova as Sonya Pyotr Galadzhev as painter plant Sergei Komarov as Yuri Pavlovich Nikolai Grabbe as Pavka Drozdov Sergei Martinson as Head of the dancing group Maria Barabanova as Kapa Kharkova Lidiya Sukharevskaya as Maria Vasil’evna Gleb Florinski as Major Ignatiev Ivan Ryzhov as Ivan DmitrievichExternal links[edit]We from the Urals at the Internet Movie Databasev t e Films directed by Lev KuleshovThe Project of Engineer Prite (1918) An Unfinished Love Song (1919) On the Red Front (1920) The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks (1924) Luch Smerti (1925) Locomotive No. 10006 (1926) By the Law (1926) Your Acquaintance (1927) The Merry Canary (1929) Two-Buldi-Two (1929) Forty Hearts (1931) The Horizon (1932) The Great Consoler (1933) Dokhunda (1934) The Siberians (1940) Incident on a Volcano (1941) Timour’s Oath (1942) We from the Urals (1943)This article related to Soviet film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Hasan Kabze

Hasan Kabze Kabze in action for Torku Konyaspor.Personal information Full name Hasan Salih Kabze Date of birth (1982-05-26) 26 May 1982 (age 34) Place of birth Ankara, Turkey Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) Playing position Striker, Winger Club informationCurrent teamSivasspor Number 99 Youth career 1999–2000 Bucaspor Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2000–2002 Bucaspor 57 (14) 2002–2005 Dardanelspor 70 (25) 2005–2007 Galatasaray 54 (16) 2007–2010 Rubin Kazan 53 (8) 2010–2012 Montpellier 23 (0) 2012–2013 Orduspor 34 (7) 2013–2015 Konyaspor 54 (13) 2015–2016 Akhisar Belediyespor 10 (1) 2016– Sivasspor 0 (0) National team 2000 Turkey U18 4 (2) 2005–2008 Turkey A2 4 (2) 2006 Turkey 7 (2)* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 January 2016. † Appearances (goals) Hasan Salih Kabze (born 26 May 1982) is a Turkish international footballer. He last played as a striker for Akhisar Belediyespor. Formerly, he played for Bucaspor, Çanakkale Dardanelspor, Galatasaray SK, Rubin Kazan, Montpellier HSC and Orduspor. He studied at Anadolu University.[1]Contents 1 Club career1.1 Galatasaray 1.2 Rubin Kazan 1.3 Montpellier HSC 1.4 Orduspor 1.5 Konyaspor 2 International career 3 Career statistics3.1 Club 3.2 International goals 4 Honours 5 References 6 External linksClub career[edit] Galatasaray[edit] Kabze joined Galatasaray SK during the 2004–05 winter transfer window, and scored a goal in his debut on 4 February 2005, when the team beat Gaziantepspor 5–1 in a Süper Lig match. He scored a further two goals against Beşiktaş JK on the 33rd week of the Süper Lig, delivering a 2–1 win against the local rivals with the last kick of the match. After this game, Galatasaray won that year’s League title. Rubin Kazan[edit] On 9 August 2007, Kabze joined the Russian Premier League team Rubin Kazan for a fee of 1.5 mil €. He scored his first goal for Rubin Kazan in its 3–1 victory over Spartak Moscow. Montpellier HSC[edit] Kabze joined Montpellier HSC in July 2010.[2] After a while when Montpellier decided to send Kabze to another team, he said he would never forget Montpeliier, as they became the champions of the Ligue 1. Orduspor[edit] Kabze joined Orduspor on 17 January 2012. He was named as the team captain for the 2012–13 season. Konyaspor[edit] Kabze joined Konyaspor on 14 August 2. thanks wikipedia.

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Chan Marti

This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; try the Find link tool for suggestions. (February 2009) Chan Marti is a South African actress. She is most well known for her portrayal of Tanya Raymond in the South African daily drama Isidingo on SABC3 from 2003 to 2005, and her current (2007) role as Debbie Phillips on M-Net’s Angel’s Song. External links[edit]Tonight! Interview with Chan Marti about portraying Tanya Raymond Last accessed 2 April 2007. Chan Marti at the Internet Movie Database Last accessed 2 April 2007. thanks wikipedia.

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Calkiní

Calkiní City and municipal seatCalkiní Coordinates: 20°30′N 89°15′W / 20.500°N 89.250°W / 20.500; -89.250Coordinates: 20°30′N 89°15′W / 20.500°N 89.250°W / 20.500; -89.250 Country  Mexico State Campeche Municipality Calkiní Government  • Municipal president Jorge Antonio Cocom Collí (2006-09) Population (2010)  • Total 14,934 Time zone CST (UTC−6)  • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC−5) City status 30 November 1918 Website www.calkini.gob.mx Calkiní (Yucatec Maya: “throat of the sun”) is a city in the Mexican state of Campeche. It is situated at the northern tip of the state, on the central western coast the Yucatán Peninsula. It serves as the municipal seat for the surrounding municipality of the same name. As of 2010, the city of Calkiní had a population of 14,934.[1] References[edit] ^ “Calkiní”. Catálogo de Localidades. Secretaría de Desarrollo Social (SEDESOL). Retrieved 23 April 2014. Link to tables of population data from Census of 2005 INEGI: Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática Calkiní Enciclopedia de los Municipios de MéxicoExternal links[edit]Ayuntamiento de Calkiní Official website (Spanish) Municipio de Calkiní from official Campeche state government website (Spanish)v t eState of CampecheCampeche (capital) Municipalities and (municipal seats)Calkiní (Calkiní) Campeche (Campeche) Carmen (Ciudad del Carmen) Champotón (Champotón) Hecelchakán (Hecelchakán) Hopelchén (Hopelchén) Palizada (Palizada) Tenabo (Tenabo) Escárcega (Escárcega) Calakmul (Xpujil) Candelaria (Candelaria). thanks wikipedia.

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Trigonopterus honjensis

Trigonopterus honjensisScientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Superfamily: Curculionoidea Family: Curculionidae Subfamily: Cryptorhynchinae Genus: Trigonopterus Species: T. honjensis Binomial name Trigonopterus honjensis Riedel, 2014Trigonopterus honjensis is a species of flightless weevil in the genus Trigonopterus from Indonesia.[1]Contents 1 Etymology 2 Description 3 Range 4 ReferencesEtymology[edit] The specific name is derived from that of the type locality.[1] Description[edit] Individuals measure 1.99–2.22 mm in length. The body is slightly oval in shape. General coloration is rust-colored.[1] Range[edit] The species is found around elevations of 395–540 metres (1,296–1,772 ft) on Mount Honje in the Ujung Kulon National Park in the Indonesian province of Banten.[1] References[edit] ^ a b c d Riedel, Alexander; Tänzler, Rene; Balke, Michael; Rahmadi, Cahyo; Suhardjono, Yayuk R. (22 December 2014). “Ninety-eight new species of Trigonopterus weevils from Sundaland and the Lesser Sunda Islands”. ZooKeys (Pensoft) (467): 1–162. doi:10.3897/zookeys.467.8206. Retrieved 13 June 2016.  This Trigonopterus-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Hina Shaheen

Hina Shaheen Born Hina Shaheen 13 February 1971 Occupation TV, Film actress Years active 1991-present Website http://www.hinashaheen.com/ Hina Shaheen (born 13 February 1971) is a Pakistani TV, film stage actress and stage dancer.Contents 1 Early life 2 Acting career 3 Movie list 4 List of Hina Shaheen famous stage dramas 5 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Shaheen was born in Dhalla Bazaar Kot Lakhpat Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan in a middle class Muslim, Rehmani family.[1] She graduated in Commerce from the Lahore College of Commerce. Acting career[edit] She started her career as a television actress and acted in a few TV serials in earlier 1990s. She has also worked with Ad producer/Director Masood Rizvi brother of famous film director Saeed Rizvi. Afterwards she turned towards Film industry and acted in few films. Dil in 1991 was her debut movie with, Reema, Shan, but she never got much success and she never ended up getting any lead roles. After failure in film she turned towards stage dramas. Her stage performances brought her much needed fame. Shaheen is only working in stage dramas these days. She is quite popular because of her super hit dance in stages plays. She acted in a large number of stage plays and earned fame from it. People like her dances very much and come to see her dance in stage dramas. She performed in Punjabi theater in Lahore and other cities of Punjab. In 2009 Due to her fame in stage dramas she got a role in Saleem Bajwa movie Chana suchi muchi starring, Saima, Moamar Rana and Baber Ali. Movie list[edit]Riaz Gujjar (1991) Anjuman, Sultan Rahi, Hina Shaheen, Humayun Qureshi Dil (1991) Reema Khan, Shaan, Rustam, Talish, Abid Ali, Hina Shaheen Baghi (1992) Hina Shaheen, Sultan Rahi, Ghulam Mohiuddin Police Story (1992) Sahiba, Danish, Prince, Hina Shaheen Ishq Rehna Sada (1992) Sahiba, Asad Malik, Khushboo, Hina Shaheen Koday Shah (1992) Ajab Gul, Rangeela, Hina Shaheen Channa Sachi Muchi (2010) Saima Noor, Moammar Rana, Hina Shaheen, Baber Ali.List of Hina Shaheen famous stage dramas[edit]Khattay MeethayCast:- Hina Shaheen, Iftikhar Thakur, Tariq Teddy, Zafri Khan, Deedar, .De Dhana Dan Paisa PaisaCast:- Hina Shaheen, Iftikhar Thakur, Tariq Teddy, Tahir Naushad, Khushboo,MachisCast:-Hina Shaheen, Tariq Teddy, Zafri Khan, Gulfaam, Anjuman ShehzadiDharti Kali Kara DeCast:- Hina Shaheen, Amanullah Khan, Iftikhar Thakur, Kodu.Nawan Ayan Ae SohniaCast: Hina Shaheen, Iftikhar Thakur, Naseem Vicky. thanks wikipedia.

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The Reaper (2014 film)

The ReaperFilm posterDirected by Zvonimir Jurić Written by Zvonimir Jurić Jelena Paljan Starring Ivo GregurevicRelease dates 25 July 2014 (2014-07-25) (Pula Film Festival) Running time98 minutes Country Croatia Slovenia Language Croatian The Reaper (Croatian: Kosac) is a 2014 Croatian-Slovenian drama film directed by Zvonimir Jurić. It was selected to be screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.[1] Cast[edit]Ivo Gregurevic as Ivo Mirjana Karanovic as Mirjana Igor Kovac as Josip Nikola Ristanovski as Kreso Lana Baric Zlatko Buric as Rodic Dado Cosic as DadoReferences[edit] ^ “TIFF Adds ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ and ‘Two Days, One Night,’ Reveals 5 More Lineups”. Indiewire. Retrieved 28 August 2014.  External links[edit]The Reaper at the Internet Movie Database This article related to a Croatian film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This article related to a Slovenian film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e. thanks wikipedia.

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Hot Chocolate Massage

Hot Chocolate MassageStudio album by Tiny Lights Released 1990 Genre Folk rock Length 66:42 Label Absolute A Go Go Producer John Hamilton Tiny Lights chronologyHazel’s Wreath (1988) Creating Hot Chocolate Massage (1990) Stop the Sun, I Want to Go Home (1992)Creating Hot Chocolate Massage is the third album by folk rock band Tiny Lights, released in 1990 through Absolute A Go Go Records.Contents 1 Release and reception 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 4 External links 5 ReferencesRelease and reception[edit] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Critics of the Trouser Press felt that extensive touring had given the band “muscle and maturity” and noted the overall live feeling of the album.[2] Allmusic critic Jason Ankeny criticized the album of lacking focus due to excessive experimentation. Despite this he gave it four and a half out of five stars, calling the high points of Hot Chocolate Massage “sublime” and “daring and eclectic”[1] Track listing[edit] All music composed by Donna Croughn & John Hamilton, except “Wave” and “Pushin’ the Button” co-written by Dave Dreiwitz. No. Title Length 1. “Lavenderman”   4:58 2. “Moonwhite Day”   4:39 3. “Sweet Romance”   4:02 4. “Bartholomew”   3:40 5. “Wave”   4:38 6. “Closer”   5:24 7. “Evil”   4:33 8. “Big Straw Hat”   2:52 9. “After All”   6:46 10. “Crawl”   3:30 11. “H. C. M.”   1:44 12. “Pushin’ the Button”   3:32 13. “Tuesday Afternoon”   16:24 Personnel[edit] Tiny Lights Donna Croughn – vocals, violin Andy Demos – drums, clarinet, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone Dave Dreiwitz – bass guitar, trumpet, vocals John Hamilton – guitar, vocals, production Jane Scarpantoni – cello, vocals Additional musicians and production Henry Hirsch – clavinet on “Closer” External links[edit]Hot Chocolate Massage at Discogs (list of releases)References[edit] ^ a b Ankeny, Jason. “Hot Chocolate Massage”. Allmusic. Retrieved August 4, 2012.  ^ Frampton, Scott, Schinder, Scott. “TINY LIGHTS”. trouserpress.com. Retrieved August 4, 2012. v t e Tiny LightsDonna Croughn Dave Dreiwitz John Hamilton Andy Demos Jane Scarpantoni Andy Burton Stuart Hake Ron Howden John Kruth John Mastro Kevin Sztam Catherine Vent Studio albumsPrayer for the Halcyon Fear Hazel’s Wreath Ho. thanks wikipedia.

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Erotic Inferno

Erotic Inferno Directed by Trevor Wrenn Produced by Bachoo Sen Written by Jon York Starring Chris Chittell Jennifer Westbrook Michael Watkins Karl Lanchbury Jeannie Collings Heather Deeley Mary MillingtonRelease dates1975 (UK)Running time80 minutes Country United Kingdom Language English Erotic Inferno is a 1975 British sex film, directed by Trevor Wrenn, and starring Chris Chittell, Karl Lanchbury, Jennifer Westbrook, Heather Deeley and Mary Millington (under her married name Mary Maxted). It is also known by the alternative title Adam and Nicole. The making of the film was documented by the Man Alive (BBC) programme, in an episode about the British sex and horror film industry of the mid-seventies, titled ‘Man Alive: Xploitation’. The programme shows producer Bachoo Sen and director Trevor Wrenn trying to cast the role of ‘an English rose who can ride a horse’ (this is presumably the role played by Heather Deeley in the film). A screening of the dailies in the programme shows the film to have been shot in the ‘Italian style’ of having the director talk to the performers whilst they act, meaning the film would have to be later re-dubbed. The programme also reveals the film’s writer ‘Jon York’, was actually a student at York University, and is seen writing the script in the University’s library. The film is referred to by its shooting titles The Will and The Willing Sex during the programme. Shooting started on 8 February 1975, and the film was released on 8 May 1975. The house used in the film was at the time owned by a famous racing driver. Erotic Inferno is also notable for being one of the few British sex films to have been viewed by moral reformer Lord Longford, who saw the film and two others in 1975 in order to gain first hand experience of sex films, so that he could then morally condemn them. Longford saw the film on a double bill with Hot Acts of Love at the Astral Cinema complex in Soho, he later went to see How to Seduce A Virgin, directed by Jess Franco, but walked out. These three films were all later reviewed in Cinema X magazine under the banner “Lord Longford- We rate his selection”.Contents 1 Plot 2 Alternate versions 3 References 4 External linksPlot[edit] When Old Man Barnard (Anthony Kenyon), a millionaire, is reported drowned at sea his gold digging sons Paul (Karl Lanchbury) and Martin (Chris Chittell) come looking for their inheritance. Arriving at the Barnard family esta. thanks wikipedia.

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