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United States film maker who was the first to use flashbacks and fade-outs (1875-1948)

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Griffith was seeking to recapture the crown he had once taken from Paret and then lost back to him.
In November 2011, when it was conducting due diligence for an initial public offering scheduled to occur the next month, Griffiths detected a few dubious "consulting" agreements.
Forwards and backs combined well for full-back Lloyd Owen to hit the line at pace and cross for a try, while Gregson added his second of the game shortly before the interval, Griffith converting one score.
As a player, Griffith earned a reputation as a labor radical, and in that capacity he helped establish the American League in 1901.
It was as a pioneering filmmaker, a perennial impish thorn in the side of the establishment, that Griffith really wanted to be remembered.
The reasoning was straightforward: "l had to get back to work," said Griffith.
The bottle opener is just one memento for Griffith, who was exposed to the family business of baseball as a teenager in the nation's capitol.
Benton County sheriff's officials identified Griffith, 37, as the person whose body was discovered Sunday along the river by deer hunters near Dodge Island Road, east of Monroe.
We're doing it to stop commercialization," said Griffith Van Griffith, whose family trust has applied to formally preserve the 4,218-acre park.
Nicola Griffith is officially here "in the national interest," according to the U.
Griffith Laboratories Worldwide recently announced the promotion of Jennifer Convery to General Manager, Griffith Laboratories USA.
In March of 1962 reigning boxing champ Emile Griffith was set for a rematch with Benny "the Kid" Paret.
James Griffith, president of New Jersey-based Princeton Risk Managers and president of the National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices Ltd.
Griffith, the legendary father of cinema, at the Biograph studios between 1908 and 1912.
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