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Christopher Lee: The untold life of the SAS soldier who …

When the Second World War finished I was 23 and already I had seen enough horror to last me a lifetime, said the late actor Sir Christopher Lee. Lee, who died on 7 June in a London hospital aged 93, has been widely celebrated as a cinematic icon but the actor who spoke several languages was also a member of the SAS during the Second World War. Born in 1922 in Belgravia to a one-time Chanel model and an army colonel, Lee was educated privately before joining the Royal Air Force in 1940 Continue reading


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Star Wars Writer Reveals What Count Dooku’s Origin Story Would Be Like – Epicstream

Count Dooku might have been underutilized in George Lucas Star Wars prequel trilogy, but the former Padawan of Yoda who turned to the Dark Side after becoming disillusioned with the Jedi Order is by no means any less interesting than say, Darth Maul or Darth Vader. Speaking in an interview with Inverse, Star Wars comic book writer and novelist Michael Moreci talks about his ongoing work in the galaxy far, far away, Star Wars: Adventures: The Clone Wars Battle Tales. Continue reading


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Here Are 10 Of The Best Films On TV Tonight – Balls.ie

Every day, here on The Rewind, we look through the TV listings to find the best films on TV tonight. Continue reading


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Star Wars: 5 Things Fans Would Change About Revenge of the Sith (& 5 Things About A New Hope) – Screen Rant

Despite being the third and fourth entries of the Star Wars saga, Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope are two extremely different blockbusters. They released in 2005 and 1977 respectively, and are both held in high regard by fans, many of which deem them to be two of the best movies the entire franchise has to offer. Continue reading


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100 Best spy movies of all time – KAKE

100 best spy movies of all time Since the silent era of film, spy films have been offering up a certain kind of escapism for movie-going audiences. Developing from the literary genre as early as the late 1800s, the first true piece of spy literature was a serial entitled The Great War in 1897 by William Le Queux. The success of the serial inspiredvarious other authors, such as Rudyard Kipling, to venture into this new written territory. Continue reading


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How ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ Resurrected the James Bond Franchise – Ultimate Classic Rock

These days, it's difficult to imagine the James Bond franchise being on the rocks. But before 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me, that's exactly where it was. Continue reading


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Cameron University announces spring 2020 honor rolls – The Lawton Constitution

Cameron University has announced the Presidents and Deans honor lists for the Spring 2020 semester. To make the Presidents Honor Roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time (carrying at least 12 hours of classes) and maintain a straight A average (4.0). The Deans Honor Roll requires a B average (3.00-3.99) Continue reading


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Schwabe Strengthens Natural Resources and Alaska Native Presence with Key Hires in Anchorage Office Expansion – Anchorage Press

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt P.C. is pleased to announce the expansion of the firms Anchorage, Alaska office by welcoming six experienced attorneys. With the addition of Robert Misulich, Matt Singer, Christopher Slottee, Howard Trickey, Lee Baxter, and Peter Scully, the firm is expanding its Natural Resources industry group, bolstering its presence in Alaska and ability to serve clients across the Pacific Northwest Continue reading


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Webinar: What past YAYA winners did next | Information – BD – Building Design

Since its birth more than 20 years ago, the Young Architect of the Year Award (YAYA) has launched the careers of countless talented young architects who have gone on to build renowned practices, from Niall McLaughlin to Carmody Groarke. Continue reading


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Building Design to announce AYA and YAYA shortlists in action-packed day – Building Design

Building Design is hosting a packed programme of events on Friday to celebrate the announcement of all this years Architect of the Year Award finalists. The hotly anticipated shortlists in 18 categories will be revealed throughout the course of the day in three tranches, starting with Building Designs prestigious Young Architect of the Year Award (YAYA) at 11am and ending with Architectural Client of the Year at 4pm. The days action will start at 9am when we publish the results of our survey on attitudes to social value and zero carbon in the light of the pandemic Continue reading


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