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  1. Patricia Hearst (San Francisco, California; 20 de febrero de 1954), también conocida como Patty Hearst, es una actriz estadounidense, conocida por haber sido secuestrada en 1974 por el Ejército Simbiótico de Liberación y aliarse al mismo grupo radical.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Patty_HearstPatty Hearst - Wikipedia

    American author Stephen King states, in his non-fiction book Danse Macabre (1981), that Patty Hearst's case was among the sources of inspiration for his novel The Stand (1978). [90] The title of the American band Camper van Beethoven 's album Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart (1988) is taken from the lyrics to the album's penultimate song, 'Tania,' a "darkly witty paean to Patty Hearst."

  3. www.fbi.gov › history › famous-casesPatty Hearst — FBI

    Patty Hearst A video of reconstructed bank surveillance images showing a San Francisco bank robbery by Patty Hearst, assault rifle in hand, with Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) member Donald ...

  4. Patty Hearst premiered at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival on May 13 in the feature film competition. The film opened on September 23, 1988, in the US and grossed $601,680 in its opening weekend. It made a total domestic gross of $1,223,326.

  5. Patty Hearst heiratete nach ihrer Entlassung ihren ehemaligen Leibwächter Bernard Shaw, der 2013 starb. Das Paar hat zwei gemeinsame Töchter, Gillian und Lydia Hearst-Shaw (* 1984). Patty Hearst lebt in New York. Schauspielerin

  6. 23/09/1988 · Patty Hearst: Directed by Paul Schrader. With Natasha Richardson, William Forsythe, Ving Rhames, Frances Fisher. In the 1970s, Patricia Hearst is abducted by American revolutionaries, but eventually joins their cause instead.

  7. 22/12/2020 · Now, Patty Hearst, a philanthropist, resides in Charleston, South Carolina, and can mostly be seen with her French bulldogs, competing in contests all around the nation. In fact, back in 2017, she even took home two titles at the Westminster Dog Show, revealing to the New York Times that she was “kind of walking on air at the moment.”

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