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  1. John Lee Hancock Jr. (born December 15, 1956) is an American screenwriter, film director, and producer. He directed the sports drama films The Rookie (2002) and The Blind Side (2009), and the historical drama films Saving Mr. Banks (2013), The Founder (2016), The Alamo (2004), and The Highwaymen (2019).

    • Screenwriter, director, producer
    • John Lee Hancock Jr., December 15, 1956 (age 65), Longview, Texas, U.S.
  2. John Lee Hancock ( Longview, 15 de diciembre de 1957) es un director y guionista estadounidense, más conocido como director de los filmes dramáticos El novato y The Blind Side . Índice 1 Vida privada 2 Carrera 3 Filmografía 4 Referencias 5 Enlaces externos Vida privada [ editar] Nació en la ciudad de Longview, Texas, y creció en Texas City, Texas.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › John_HancockJohn Hancock - Wikipedia

    • Early Life
    • Growing Imperial Tensions
    • Townshend Acts Crisis
    • Massacre to Tea Party
    • Revolution Begins
    • President of Congress
    • Return to Massachusetts
    • Final Years
    • Legacy
    • See Also

    Hancock was born on January 23, 1737, in Braintree, Massachusetts, in a part of town that eventually became the separate city of Quincy. He was the son of Colonel John Hancock Jr. of Braintree and Mary Hawke Thaxter (widow of Samuel Thaxter Junior), who was from nearby Hingham. As a child, Hancock became a casual acquaintance of young John Adams, w...

    After its victory in the Seven Years' War, the British Empire was deeply in debt. Looking for new sources of revenue, the British Parliament sought, for the first time, to directly tax the colonies, beginning with the Sugar Act of 1764. The earlier Molasses Act of 1733, a tax on shipments from the West Indies, had produced hardly any revenue becaus...

    After the repeal of the Stamp Act, Parliament took a different approach to raising revenue, passing the 1767 Townshend Acts, which established new duties on various imports and strengthened the customs agency by creating the American Customs Board. The British government believed that a more efficient customs system was necessary because many colon...

    The Liberty affair reinforced a previously made British decision to suppress unrest in Boston with a show of military might. The decision had been prompted by Samuel Adams's 1768 Circular Letter, which was sent to other British American colonies in hopes of coordinating resistance to the Townshend Acts. Lord Hillsborough, secretary of state for the...

    Parliament responded to the Tea Party with the Boston Port Act, one of the so-called Coercive Acts intended to strengthen British control of the colonies. Hutchinson was replaced as governor by General Thomas Gage, who arrived in May 1774. On June 17, the Massachusetts House elected five delegates to send to the First Continental Congressin Philade...

    With the war underway, Hancock made his way to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia with the other Massachusetts delegates. On May 24, 1775, he was unanimously elected President of the Continental Congress, succeeding Peyton Randolph after Henry Middleton declined the nomination. Hancock was a good choice for president for several reasons. He w...

    In October 1777, after more than two years in Congress, Hancock requested a leave of absence. He asked Washington to arrange a military escort for his return to Boston. Although Washington was short on manpower, he nevertheless sent fifteen horsemen to accompany Hancock on his journey home. By this time Hancock had become estranged from Samuel Adam...

    When he had resigned as governor in 1785, Hancock was again elected as a delegate to Congress, known as the Confederation Congressafter the ratification of the Articles of Confederation in 1781. Congress had declined in importance after the Revolutionary War and was frequently ignored by the states. Hancock was elected to serve as its president on ...

    Despite his grand funeral, Hancock faded from popular memory after his death. According to historian Alfred F. Young, "Boston celebrated only one hero in the half-century after the Revolution: George Washington." As early as 1809, John Adams lamented that Hancock and Samuel Adams were "almost buried in oblivion". In Boston, little effort was made t...

    • Lydia Henchman Hancock (1776–1777), John George Washington Hancock (1778–1787)
    • Samuel Adams
  4. John Lee Hancock, 2021 John Lee Hancock Junior (* 15. Dezember 1956 in Longview, Texas) ist ein US-amerikanischer Drehbuchautor, Filmregisseur und Produzent. Bekannt wurde er durch den Film Blind Side – Die große Chance, für den Sandra Bullock einen Oscar erhielt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Filmografie (Auswahl) 3 Weblinks 4 Einzelnachweise Leben

  5. John Lee Hancock jr. ( Longview (Texas), 15 december 1956) is een Amerikaanse filmregisseur, scenarioschrijver en producent. Inhoud 1 Biografie 2 Carrière 3 Filmografie 4 Prijzen en nominaties 5 Externe link Biografie John Lee Hancock werd in 1956 geboren in Longview (Texas) en groeide op in Texas City.

  6. John Lee Hancock, né le 15 décembre 1956 à Longview au Texas, est un réalisateur et scénariste américain . Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code] Il fait ses études de droit à la Baylor University Law School.

  7. John Lee Hancock. Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. John Lee Hancock, Jr. ( Longview, Texas, 15 de dezembro de 1956) é um roteirista, diretor e produtor estadunidense, especialmente conhecido por dirigir os dramas esportivos The Rookie ( br: Desafio do Destino) e The Blind Side (br: Um Sonho Possível ), e a cinebiografia de Ray Kroc ...