DeMille


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United States film maker remembered for his extravagant and spectacular epic productions (1881-1959)

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DeMille appeared as himself in director Wilder's caustic Hollywood fable "Sunset Boulevard.
Based on those evaluations, the selection team of county engineering and roads management, and consultants from Jones & DeMille recommended Nielson.
Many of our employees who are key to production and operations will be moving with us, thereby minimizing any potential disruption to service," DeMille said.
DeMille, whose German-Jewish mother converted before marrying his Episcopalian father, cleverly used the term "Hebrews" instead of "Jews" in order to appeal to his largely Christian audience.
DeMille and colleagues wanted to try to cool molecules rather than atoms, allowing them to study the quantum-mechanical nature of chemistry.
DeMille offers more than good listening skills and dedication to the job.
35am) The first in a twopart documentary telling the story of Cecil B DeMille, one of Hollywood's best-known directors, beginning with a look at his early life and silent films.
35am) Documentary telling the story of Cecil B DeMille, one of Hollywood's bestknown directors, beginning with a look at his early life and silent films.
Which film director is to receive the Cecil B DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the US Golden Globes awards in January?
Past winners of the DeMille award include last year's recipient, Steven Spielberg, along with Warren Beatty, Anthony Hopkins and Michael Douglas.
Now in paperback, Nelson DeMille has written fifteen works of fiction and The Gate House, his latest work could prove to be one of his best.
DeMille (1) (1881-1959), affectionately known as C.
Q I HAVE an autograph of film producer Cecil B DeMille.
WILD FIRE's unabridged version is especially recommended for lending libraries, pairing well an excellent narrative style by Scott Brick, who has read other unabridged DeMille classics, with the story of the Custer Hill Club, a men's club designed to help its high-powered executive members relax, but which evolves a plot to gain revenge for the 9/11 attacks.