James Mason


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English film actor (1909-1984)

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If you're looking around for some actor to play an alcoholic has-been he's sitting right over there" and he pointed at his co-star James Mason.
He leaves behind daughters Sara Mason of Orleans, MA and Susan Stevens of Kailua, HI, granddaughter, Isabel Levy of Orleans and former wife, Linda White of Orleans, two brothers, James Mason and Peter Mason.
Disney's enthralling Jules Verne saga is a whale of a tale with a giant squid and a scenestealing seal called Esmarelda upstaging cocky Kirk Douglas and James Mason's noble Captain Nemo.
James Mason Hutchings and the Origin of America's Most Popular National Park.
Whitmeyer (geology and environmental science, James Mason U., Virginia) and coauthors introduce papers from a conference held at the Google, Inc.
The scene at a house party saw openly gay character Chris Pappas (James Mason) locked in a passionate dance floor kiss with on-screen boyfriend Aidan Foster, played by former Home and Away actor Bob Morley.
Significant others: In 1986, she married Morgan Mason, the son of British actor James Mason. They have a 19-year-old son, James Duke Mason.
PANDORA & THE FLYING DUTCHMAN THE STORY In 1940s Spain a woman (Ava Gardner) falls in love with a mysterious sailor (James Mason), who turns out to be a 17th Century seaman who is condemned to sail the oceans for ever.
Originally released in 1951, the movie starring the legendary Ava Gardner and James Mason tells the story of Pandora, who is unable to love anyone but herself.
Eva Marie Saint is ice cold as the blonde who helps him out and James Mason is sensational as the villain in chief.
The new book includes a foreword by Mike Mignola ("Hellboy") and an introduction by actor Robert Wagner, who played Prince Valiant in a 1954 film that also starred James Mason and Janet Leigh.
Between lessons and homework, 15-year-old James Mason spends six hours a day taking care of the creatures, including six dogs, 19 hens and 22 guinea pigs, that no one else wanted.
Hosted by George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, the event featured former CDC directors Jeffrey Koplan, MD, MPH; David Satcher, PhD, MD; William Roper, MD, MPH; James Mason, DrPH, MD; and William Foege, MD, MPH.
The same footage inspired Jhabvala to write the Merchant Ivory Productions drama Autobiography of a Princess (1975), starring James Mason and Madhur Jaffrey.