Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Adam Faith
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by Colin Larkin
Adam Faith (Parlophone 1962 ) , For You ...
by Robert W. Pohle Jr., Douglas C. Hart, Rita Pohle Baldwin
Adam Faith (Dave), Peter McEnery (Tony), Claire Gordon (Honey), Nigel Green (Simon), Delphi Lawrence ( Greta) ...
Encyclopedia of Sports Films (2010)
by K Edgington, Thomas Erskine, James M. Welsh
Adam Faith (jake Marsh), Paul Nicholas (Clint Simon). RUNNING TIME: 95 minutes. VHS: Cinema Group Home Video. From widely panned novelist Jackie Collins comes this romantic drama about an alcoholic soccer player and a rock star played by Suzanne Somers. DIRECTOR: Peter Markle.
The Ringo Starr Encyclopedia (2012)
by Bill Harry
Ringo was Scouse, Adam Faith was Bounce, Barbara Dixon was Molly Jolly, Michael Golden was Mr Jolly/Captain, Ben Chatterly was Olly Jolly, Henry Wolf was Little Boy/Geoffrey the Cat, Miranda Pleasence was Holly Jolly (although the singing voice for the character was provided by Lucy Pleasence), Ruby Wax was the American Lady, Donald Pleasence was the narrator and Polly Pleasence was Polly Jolly. The story was written by Donald Pleasence and the album was produced ...
The London Encyclopaedia (2008)
by Christopher Hibbert
Donald 'Bluebird' Campbell, Elizabeth Taylor, Roger Moore, Adam Faith, Joan Collins, Peter Sellers, Yehudi Menuhin and Ringo Starr.
Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb
The British pop scene had begun to evolve with the solo teenage singing stars ( Billy Fury, Tommy Steele, Marty Wilde, Adam Faith) giving way to female solo singers (Dusty Springfield, Lulu, Sandie Shaw) and groups, many from the Merseyside area round Liverpool (The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, etc.). With the pop scene becoming ever bigger and the British sound in particular so globally successful, it was obvious that television producers ...
by Eric Partridge
The television drama Budgie, 1971 -72, starred Adam Faith as the epitome of all of the above definition .
by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor
The television drama Budgie, 1971--72, starred Adam Faith as the epitome of all of the ...
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