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More famous parts came in Caligula, The Long Good Friday, Excalibur, The Mosquito Coast, Calendar Girls and Elizabeth I.
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The Mosquito Coast BBC2, 2pm (Not Scotland) Peter Weir's dark drama features one of Harrison Ford's best performances as an obsessive inventor leading his family into the jungle to start a new civilisation.
Kammen have analysed simple steps taken by Nicaragua's Ministry of Energy and Mines and the nonprofit blueEnergy to reduce the cost of energy while reducing carbon emissions for a community of 172 households on the country's Mosquito Coast.
He worked with the director again on flop 1986 project The Mosquito Coast, which remains one of his favourite movies.
The go-to Goonie for tomboy or lesbian parts since her 1985 big-screen breakthrough, Martha Plimpton has balanced mainstream films such as The Mosquito Coast and Parenthood with queer-friendly art-house fare, including Pecker and / Shot Andy Warhol.
Poking the ground for oil while at the same time alienating his son he is not unlike the eccentric Allie Fox (Harrison Ford) in "The Mosquito Coast," who builds an ice-making factory in the tropics and treats his family with reckless disregard.
The treaty ratified the 1803 cession of the islands to Nuevo Granada, the Spanish colony that included Colombia, while giving Nicaragua possession of the Mosquito Coast, now Nicaragua's Caribbean coast.
Roles in such famous productions as The Mosquito Coast, The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover, The Madness of King George and Gosford Park all came after that milestone, as did arguably her most famous part, that of Jane Tennison in the long-running TV crime drama Prime Suspect.
The goal of this article is to reflect on the issue of cultural contact and to propose that the concept of cultural complementarity be used as way to explain certain cases, such as that between Africans and Amerindians on Cape "Gracias a Dios" on the Mosquito coast in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
of Florida) and Larry David Wilson (biology, Miami-Dade College) catalog the amphibians and reptiles in an area known to English speakers as the Mosquito Coast, which was the only part of Central America not conquered by the Spanish.
Five pairs the first 'American' films starring Harrison Ford: Witness (1985) and The Mosquito Coast (1986).
At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991): evangelism and rainforest destruction; Medicine Man (1992): Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco search for a cure to cancer in the rainforest; The Burning Season (TV, 1994): true story of murdered rubber tapper Chico Mendes; The Emerald Forest (1985): kidnapping of American child by Amazon tribe; Mosquito Coast (1986): Harrison Ford and family escape civilization; The Mission (1986): Robert DeNiro in a story based on real experiences of the Jesuits and Guarani Indians; Fitzcarraldo (1982): building an opera house in the Amazon; Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home (1986): rescuing humpback whales; Gorillas in the Mist (1988): Sigourney Weaver plays slain zoologist Dian Fossey.
I'm the guy in 'The Mosquito Coast,' '' he admits early on, and while things don't turn out anywhere near as badly for the Piersons as they do for that film's back-to-nature family, John does have a glimmer of Harrison Ford's overbearing mania in him.