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a cage in which a bird can be kept

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Birdcage replaces Salut in an unusual arrangement of one small building that houses the kitchen plus a series of hillside patios.
Because The Birdcage has admitted that it imported dead puffins into Britain inside a suitcase.
Answers, with your name and address, to: Screen Mirror/ Birdcage competition, Parkes Print, 84-86 East Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 2HR.
April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- United Artists' blockbuster hit THE BIRDCAGE has become the first film of the year to fly past the 100 million dollar mark, it was announced today by MGM/UA Distribution Co.
Member businesses and business centers include small to large size retailers in Sunrise Mall and MarketPlace At Birdcage, plus eight neighborhood centers, business and professional buildings and restaurants, such as Elephant Bar, Lowe's, Best Buy, Men's Warehouse, Starbucks, Old Navy, Cost Plus World Market, FedExKinko's, Macy's, Target Greatland and Curves for Women.
Birdcage, with an accent on Asian/fusion fare, is located at 11282 Ventura Blvd.
His utopian social agenda of extreme openness failed, however, as residents were obliged to cover the large windows with steel grilles against intruders, resulting in a certain birdcage effect.
It's a well-worn path - that's how we ended up with Three Men And A Baby, The Birdcage and The Assassin, amongst many others.
More substantial than La Cage aux Folles (which Closet director Francis Veber made in 1978) and light-years above that movie's watered-down American version, The Birdcage, this witty film courageously takes on the corporate world in all its greed and prejudice.
Dad Armand (Robin Williams) lives with Albert (Nathan Lane), the star performer in Armand's transvestite club, The Birdcage.
The cast for the first COMPASS performance included Roger Bowen (Colonel Henry Blake in MASH), Elaine May (author of Primary Colors, The Birdcage and Heaven Can Wait) and Barbara Harris (Tony winner, Oscar nominee and star of Nashville).
As pop psychology would say, we own our nellyness, and Peter Paige on Queer as Folk or the brilliant Alec Mapa on Some of My Best Friends or those lovers in The Birdcage are not recognizable stereotypes but recognizable people, as valid as anyone else who is willing to say, "I am what I am.
In making the announcement, Gleason said, "Audiences across the country continue to embrace `THE BIRDCAGE,' and we have found that the film is attracting every demographic group, including young people and families.
I suppose this is like saying I prefer an empty room to the clutter of an overdesigned interior, that I prefer a space in which a single chair or an empty birdcage can do wonders for the imagination.
For Mike Nichols, Williams portrayed Armand Goldman, in "The Birdcage," for which the cast won a SAG ensemble award.