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  1. The Awful Truth: Directed by Leo McCarey. With Irene Dunne, Cary Grant, Ralph Bellamy, Alexander D'Arcy. A married couple file an amicable divorce, but find it harder to let go of each other than they initially thought.

  2. FishMcCool Apr 9, 2021 Fallen Rib: I think these are all great ideas. Of course, the game wouldn't cheat like lesser Triple AAA games do: fund repossession would actually be done by fully simulated quanta accountant NPCs, should they be able to locate the accounts in space tax heaven, on the basis of a judge NPC having issued a repossession order following due process by the police officer ...

  3. 26/01/2015 · The UK is marking the 50th anniversary of of Winston Churchill's death. Many regard him as the greatest Briton, but for some he remains intensely controversial.

  4. WANTED: THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF LINCOLN’S ASSASSIN JOHN WILKES BOOTH. HIS GREAT ESCAPE & THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PLOT. BY PAT SHANNAN. ONLY DAYS AFTER UNION SOLDIERS allegedly tracked down and shot dead the assassin of 16th President Abraham Lincoln in 1865, the rumors began to fly: It wasn’t Booth that they shot; Booth escaped; he went back to Canada where the banksters had funded him in the ...

  5. TMTG started off in social media, launching Truth Social earlier this year. It then plans to move into other sectors, designating TMTG+ as its vehicle for taking on the giants of streaming. Programming on TMTG+, the document said, will include “blue collar comedy, cancelled shows, Trump-specific programming, faith-based shows, family entertainment, shows that embrace the Second Amendment ...

  6. Topper was a box-office hit, and gave a boost to the careers of all the lead actors, in particular Cary Grant, who moved from this film into a sequence of classic screwball comedies such as The Awful Truth (1937), Bringing Up Baby (1938), and Holiday (1938).

  7. In 1937, Indian Affairs was paying, on average, $180 a year per student. This was less than a third of the per capita costs at that time for the Manitoba School for the Deaf ($642.40) and the Manitoba School for Boys ($550).