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- "American Heart" is a 1992 film by Martin Bell, starring Edward Furlong and Jeff Bridges. It was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award in a number of categories, and won in the Best Male Lead category.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Jeff Bridges
- executive producer: Cary Brokaw
- based on a story by Martin Bell
- casting by Cecily Adams
- cinematography by James R. Bagdonas
- edited by Nancy Baker
- music by James Newton Howard
- costume design by Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
- genres: Indie film, Family Drama, Drama
- rating: R (USA)
- released in (23 years ago)
- Independent Spirit Award for Best Cinematography nomination for James R. Bagdonas
- Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature nomination for Martin Bell, Rosilyn Heller, Jeff Bridges
- Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead nomination for Jeff Bridges
- Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female nomination for Lucinda Jenney
- Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male nomination for Edward Furlong
- Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead, received by Jeff Bridges
- "American Heart" is a 2013 documentary film directed by Chris Newberry.
- "American Heart" is a composition.
- "American Heart" is a musical single of Faith Hill.
- released on
- "American Heart" is a musical album of Adrenalin.
- released in (31 years ago)
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The Same Ax, Twice (2001)
Restoration and Renewal in a Throwaway Age by Howard Mansfield
The American heart is a homesick heart. Homesickness sets in early. It is there in the first letters home to Europe in which the settlers decry the rude wilderness, and are hostile or, at best, blind to the savages who had been home here for ...
Encyclopedia of Obesity (2008)
J - Z by Kathleen Keller
tHe AmeRIcAn HeARt Association (AHA) is a voluntary health agency whose mission is “to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.” The AHA has its roots in the Association for the Prevention and Relief of Heart ...
Encyclopedia of Wellness (2012)
From Acai Berry to Yo-yo Dieting by Sharon K. Zoumbaris
The American Heart Association's website lists ways adults can connect with an instructor to learn the lifesaving skills needed to help someone who has collapsed ...
by Edith Wen-Chu Chen
FURTHER READING American Heart Association (AHA). http://www. americanheart.org. Cardiovascular health information in Chinese and Vietnamese. Chen, Jyu-LinL, and Yuaner, Wu Y. “Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Chinese American ...
by Immanuel Ness
million paying members—known as ''volunteers''—the American Heart Asso- ciation (AHA) is the largest organization in the United States dedicated to fighting cardiovascular diseases and strokes. These related illnesses are the ...
by Robert Kastenbaum
Dallas: American Heart Association. Cohn, P.P. (1988). Silent Myocardial Ischemia & Infarction. New York: Marcus Decker. Dawber, T. R. (1990). The Framingham Study: The Epidemiology of Atherosclerotic Disease. Cambridge, MA: Harvard ...
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- American Heart
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- American Heart Association
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- American Heart Association Donation
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- American Heart Association Walk
There were over 1,000 folks, they raised over $500,000 - they weather was perfect for walking.
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- American Heart Assoc. Walk
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