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- "A Double Life" is a 1947 film noir which tells the story of an actor whose mind becomes affected by the character he portrays. The movie starred Ronald Colman and Signe Hasso. It was directed by George Cukor and written for the screen by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin.
- country: United States of America
- languages: English Language, Italian Language
- producer: Michael Kanin
- production design by Harry Horner
- art direction by Harvey T. Gillett
- written by Garson Kanin & Ruth Gordon
- based on "Othello" by William Shakespeare
- Ronald Colman as Anthony John
- Signe Hasso as Brita
- Edmond O'Brien as Bill Friend
- Betsy Blair as Girl in Wig Shop
- Shelley Winters as Pat Kroll
- Millard Mitchell as Al Cooley
- Joe Sawyer as Ray Bonner
- Whit Bissell as Dr. Stauffer
- Ray Collins as Victor Donlan
- Philip Loeb as Max Lasker
- Charles La Torre as Stellini
- John Derek as Police Stenographer
- John Drew Colt as Stage Manager
- Elizabeth Dunne as Gladys
- Sid Tomack as Wigmaker
- cinematography by Milton R. Krasner
- edited by Robert Parrish
- music by Miklós Rózsa
- set decoration by John P. Austin & Russell A. Gausman
- genres: Film noir, Crime Fiction, Drama
- released on (67 years ago)
- Academy Award for Best Director nomination for George Cukor
- Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay nomination for Garson Kanin & Ruth Gordon
- Academy Award for Best Actor (Role: Anthony John) nomination for Ronald Colman
- Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama nomination for Ronald Colman
- Academy Award for Best Original Music Score nomination for Miklós Rózsa
- Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama, received by Ronald Colman
- Academy Award for Best Actor (Role: Anthony John), received by Ronald Colman
- Academy Award for Best Original Music Score, received by Miklós Rózsa
- "A Double Life" a.k.a. "Tongzhi in Love" is a 2008 30-minute documentary film directed by Ruby Yang which portrays the life of gay men in China. The film was produced by Thomas Lennon and features music by Bill Frisell and Brian Keane. The film's world premiere was at the Silverdocs Film Festival in Washington, D.C. on 18 June 2008 and the West Coast premiere at the Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco on 28 June 2008. "Tongzhi" means "comrade" and has become a slang term for "gay" in several Asian countries. This film was also shown at the 52nd San Francisco International Film Festival.
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- "A Double Life" is a 1924 Czechoslovak drama film directed by Václav Kubásek.
- country: Czechoslovakia
- language: Czech Language
- art direction by Alois Mecera
- written by Josef Kokeisl & Václav Kubásek
- based on "Dvojí život" by Vavřinec Řehoř
- cinematography by Josef Kokeisl & Václav Vích
- genres: Silent film, Drama
- released on (90 years ago)
- "A double life" is a book by Frederic Raphael.
- "A double life" is a book by William Hayter.
- "A double life" is a book by Karolina Pavlova.
- "A Double life" is a book by Nan Goldin.
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During the investigation, Chen finds out Guan lives a double life, that ofa paragon Communist Party member who is selflessly dedicatedtoher work in Shanghai First Department Store and acloseted life ofawoman withdesire. The political ...
by Christine Ammer
double 0 In addition to the idioms beginning with DOUBLE, also see LEAD A DOUBLE LIFE; ON THE DOUBLE; sEE DOUBLE. double back Reverse one's course, go back the way one has come. For example, The oflicer lost the ...
Being a Voluminous and Exhaustive Hand-book of Medical and Scientific Terminology by John Marie Keating, Henry Hamilton, John Chalmers Da Costa, Frederick A. Packard
Amphibious, living a double life. Ana-. (Gr. ava-.) Up, upon, throughout, along, back again. Ex. Anamnestic, calling to mind. -ana. : Lat.) Forms collective plurals. Ant-, Anti-. (Gr. avri', against.) A common prefix meaning " against," opposed to ...
by Oscar Fay Adams
A Double Life ; Sweet Danger ; Perdita and Other Stories ; An Erring Woman's Love ; Men, Women, and Emotions ; Adventures of Miss Volney.
A New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)
Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (Lexicographer)
(amphibios, having a double life, Gr.) Animals which, having both lungs and gills, can live either in or out of water, such as...
having a double life, and logos, a discourse, Gr.) That branch of Natural History which treats of amphibious animals .
Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)
by William M. Johnston
Like Bodh Gaya other sites associated with Sakyamuni Buddha's biography also lead a double life: the edifice they provide for contemporary Buddhism is supported by the remains of ancient shrines and monasteries. Lumbini (modern ...
A New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature, and Art by John Craig (1858)
(amphibios, having a double life, Gr.) Animals which, having both lungs and gills, can live either in or out of water, such as the axolotls, meuobrauchi, the serius, and proteus. The name is given by Brongninrt and other naturalists to the ...
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