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  1. Bryan Lee Cranston (Hollywood, Los Ángeles; 7 de marzo de 1956) [2] es un actor, actor de voz, guionista, productor y director estadounidense, reconocido por su interpretación de Walter White (en la serie de AMC Breaking Bad), de Hal Wilkerson (el padre de familia de la serie de FOX Malcolm in the middle), y del doctor Tim Whatley (en la comedia de NBC Seinfeld).

  2. 30/06/2022 · Minions: The Rise of Gru. PG; Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Family, Sci-Fi; Directed by ; Kyle Balda, Brad Ableson, Jonathan del Val; This latest edition featuring the animated creatures is ...

  3. Prophet Takashi took this opportunity to train her to become a warrior in secrecy. As Nariko wakes up, she finds that she is in front of a campfire. The person who fished her out is Kai. Kai knew that Nariko is her sister but didn't say anything because Shen didn't want to be Kai's father. They decide to travel north to find their brother.

  4. King David is a 1985 American Biblical epic film about the life of David, the second King of the Kingdom of Israel, as recounted in the Hebrew Bible.The film is directed by Bruce Beresford, written by Andrew Birkin and James Costigan, and stars Richard Gere in the title role.

  5. George 'Buck' Flower, Actor: Back to the Future. There aren't many actors who can claim that they appeared in everything from innocuous family features to sexy soft-core smut to popular television programs to various horror, science fiction, and exploitation movies as well as worked behind-the-scenes on a slew of films in assorted production capacities throughout the course of their careers.

  6. Scott Bunce ... daily assistant director Jane Burgess ... second assistant director Adam Byles ... co-third assistant director

  7. Sus amigos le llamaban "El mago de Ozone Park", en alusión al apodo de Thomas Edison, "El Mago de Menlo Park" y la película El Mago de Oz. [22] Carrera, 1950–1957 "El Pueblo y la Ciudad" fue publicado en 1950 bajo el nombre "John Kerouac" y, a pesar de que obtuvo críticas respetables, el libro vendió mal.