D. W. Griffith

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

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David Griffiths said: "James is one of only a handful of people outside London to specialise in retail investment and we are pleased to have him on board.
GOOD NEIGHBOURS: David Griffith (left) and Alan Turner received a Neighbourhood Watch award; THIRD AWARD: Sgt Stephen Beard helped to restrain burglar
Annie Newell, Midlands Air Ambulance's area fundraising manager, said: "We would like to thank both John Smith's and David Griffiths for their very kind donation of pounds 25,000; this will go a long way towards the costs of keeping this vital service
"Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths were each shot dead at Sunny Corner," he said.
David Griffiths, 38, who died suddenly while working on the Fulmar oil platform
Thought for the day David Griffiths has few peers when it comes to training sprinters and Ornate is one to look out for in 2019.
David Griffiths' stable star (right) has his 49th -- and possibly his last -- start as he bids to repeat his victory of 12 months ago in the Group 3 Dubai International Airport World Trophy Stakes (3.30, ITV4).
Writer David Griffiths, brought on board by the Ettinger brothers, has written a 10-minute screenplay based on the short story One Way Ticket, from the collection The Mountsorrel Mystery and Other Stories, published in 2017.
The Farage painting by Cardiffbased David Griffiths was priced at PS25,000 but failed to attract any interest at the Royal Academy's summer exhibition.
PEARL ACCLAIM has served his trainer David Griffiths well this winter and can continue the excellent work with victory in the feature at Southwell.
PEARL Acclaim has the dash to defy a 6lb penalty and give sprint specialist David Griffiths another victory at Southwell.
David Griffiths will tell the story behind Edgerton's development, its prosperity and architecture at a talk to Huddersfield Civic Society (HCS) tomorrow.
"This vicious mob killing is just the latest manifestation of the threat of vigilante violence which anyone can face in Pakistan after a blasphemy accusation, although religious minorities are disproportionately vulnerable," David Griffiths, Amnesty International's Deputy Asia Pacific said yesterday.
But the death penalty is not justice -- it only amounts to short-term revenge," said David Griffiths, Amnesty International's Asia-Pacific Deputy Director.