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  1. Mary Poppins: Bert 2008 62nd Tony Awards: Paulo Szot: South Pacific: Emile de Becque Daniel Evans: Sunday in the Park with George: Georges Seurat / George: Lin-Manuel Miranda: In the Heights: Usnavi Stew: Passing Strange: Narrator Tom Wopat: A Catered Affair: Tom Hurley 2009 63rd Tony Awards: David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik & Kiril Kulish: Billy ...

  2. Similar to other Griffith productions, Way Down East was subjected to censorship by some American state film censor boards. For example, the Pennsylvania film board required over 60 cuts in the film, removing the mock marriage and honeymoon between Lennox and Anna as well as any hints of her pregnancy, effectively destroying the film's integral conflict. [9]

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  4. 21/11/2022 · Anti-abortion groups helped write and pass laws that kicked in to ban abortion when Roe v. Wade was overturned. The groups see Tennessee’s ban as the country’s strongest — and they want to ...

  5. Griffith was born January 22, 1875, on a farm in Oldham County, Kentucky, the son of Jacob Wark "Roaring Jake" Griffith, a Confederate Army colonel in the American Civil War who was elected as a Kentucky state legislator, and Mary Perkins (née Oglesby). Griffith was raised as a Methodist, and he attended a one-room schoolhouse, where he was ...

  6. There have been three Lord's grounds: the original on the Portman Estate and two on the Eyre Estate.All three sites lie to the west of Regent's Park.Thomas Lord leased the original ground, now referred to as Lord's Old Ground, from the Portman Estate in 1787 and MCC played there until 1810 when Lord, after objecting to a rent increase, decided on termination of the lease to lift his turf and ...

  7. Kleiner Perkins paid $5 million in 1994 for around 25% of Netscape and profited from Netscape's IPO. Its investment of $8 million in Cerent was worth around $2 billion when the optical equipment maker was sold to Cisco Systems for $6.9 billion in August 1999. In 1999, Kleiner Perkins paid $12 million for a stake in Google.