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- "Actresses": It’ll be a premiere and a real end-of-year sensation: Korea’s most beautiful women, all together on one photograph for the first time. This is the idea behind Korean “Vogue”’s Christmas special. The photo shoot with the country’s most stunning, confident ladies needs to be handled with the kind of diplomacy needed for an important summit – even though the undertaking breaks the golden rule that one should never book the top names in the industry for a group photo.
- also known as The Actresses, Yeobaewoodle, Yeobaeudeul, Actress, Yŏpaeudŭl
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- director: E J-Yong
- producers: Seo Dong-hyeon & E J-Yong
- production design by Joo-hee Hong
- written by Go Hyun-jung, Choi Ji-woo, Youn Yuh-jung, Lee Mi-sook, Kim Min-hee, Ok-bin Kim, E J-Yong
- cinematography by Hong Gyeong-Pyo
- edited by Ham Sung-won & Ko Ah-mo
- music by Jang Young-gyu, Byung-Hoon Lee, Dalparan, Bang Jun-Seok, Jang Min-seung
- costume design by Cho Yoon-mi
- genres: Mockumentary, East Asian cinema, World cinema, Drama
- released on (5 years ago)
- "Actresses" a.k.a. "Actrius" is a 1996 film directed by Ventura Pons. In the film, there are no male actors and the four leading actresses dubbed themselves in the Castilian version.
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- "Actresses": Actrices is a French comedy-drama film directed by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, released in 2007. The film was presented in the official selection at the 60th Cannes Film Festival and won a Prix Spécial du Jury in the Un Certain Regard section.
- "Actresses" a.k.a. "Actress" is a 2012 mystery film written and directed by Kazuhiro Teranishi.
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Pearson's Magazine (1899)
THE extraordinary and insatiable interest which the public takes in actors and actresses is a mystery. It is apparently rather more widespread in America than it is in England by a comparison of the illustrated papers of the two countries.
Current Opinion (1917)
by Edward Jewitt Wheeler, Frank Crane
The first fault with our popular actresses is that they are too young for ...
The Academy (1889)
Although The Rival Actresses is an interesting novel, it is doubtful if it can appeal to the English public. It is, as the name indicates, a tale of theatrical life; but many of the episodes, personages, and allusions must be caviare to foreigners.
The Academy and Literature (1889)
Although The Rival Actresses is an interesting novel, it is doubtful if it can appeal to the English public. It is, as the name indicates, a tale of theatrical life; but many of the episodes, personages, and allusions must be oaviaro to foreigners.
by Renu Saran
Actresses are one of the major pillarsoffilmmakingandit is the choice of the actresses that sets the tone for the movie and determines its eventual success or failure. When we look atthe Bollywood film industry,there are certain names which we ...
by George A. Katchmer
Actresses .... Whitlock The Air Mail Pilot James F. Fulton, Blanche Meha›ey, Earl Metcalf The Air Patrol Elsa Benham, Frank Clark, Jack Mower, Al 411 Appendix: List of Films Showing Actors and Actresses.
See a lso Actors; Actresses; Amateur theatricals; Drama; Expression; Pantomime; Theatre. Refer from Actors; Actresses; Amateur theatricals; Amusements; Drama; Histrionics; Stage; Theatre. Actions at law. See also Costs; Equity; Evidence; ...
PN2205–2217 See also Acting; Actresses; Children as actors; Make-up, Theatrical; Theater. —Biography. - —Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. –– Portraits. —Salaries, pensions, etc. Actors, American, (English, French, etc.] Actresses.
by Melissa Hope Ditmore
Hess ACTRESSES. The assumption that all actresses are ...
An Anecdotal History of Elegant Delights by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins
remembered sitting with a film producer to auditionthree young actresses forabitpart in Love Happy (1949). Each womanwalked acrossthe room, thenthe producer askedMarxtochoose one of them. “How canyou ...
by David Doughan, Peter Gordon
Actresses' Franchise League Founded in 1908 by Gertrude Elliott, Winifred Mayo, Sime Seruya and Adeline Bourne, this represented actresses of both militant and nonmilitant suffrage tendencies, and included a number of ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3T1R1E1S1S1E1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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