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Jarrett

Keith born 1945, US jazz pianist and composer
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The evolution of Lost Horizon and Shangri-La can be summarized as follows: Lost Horizon (1933, Frank Hilton), Lost Horizon (1937, Frank Capra), Lost Horizon of Shangri-La (1942 rerelease of Capra's original), Lost Horizon (1952, edited version of the original), Lost Horizon (1973, Charles Jarrott, musical), and the restoration of the original 1937 film (1973).
BRITISH director Charles Jarrott, whose career of nearly 50 years in film and television included Anne Of The Thousand Days and Mary, Queen of Scots, has died at 83.
Jarrott, who had been suffering from prostate cancer, died on Friday night at Los Angeles's Woodland Hills retirement community, operated by the Motion Picture & Television Fund, the organisation's spokeswoman Jaime Larkin said.
After a career spent in repertory theater, Jarrott made the jump to directing television and then got offered his first feature film, 1969's "Anne of the Thousand Days.
As for working with Richard Burton, Jarrott recalls, "You don't direct Burton, you suggest something to Burton, but he's got his own way that he wants to do it, and if you feel that it's very wrong, you go up and say, 'I think maybe you can do it another way.
Damien Jarrott and Jamie Harris unveil the statue of their father Richard in Kilkee Co Clare yesterday' A drop of the black stuff.
However, juggling all of the responsibilities is very challenging, and without adequate support, some families may experience symptoms of burnout over time (Dokken & Sydnor-Greenberg, 1998; Zarit, Gaugler, & Jarrott, 1999).
Howard Florey Institute, Carlton, Victoria, Australia (Project Director - Bevyn Jarrott, Ph.
Jarrott, "Neurochemical modulation of cardiovascular control in the nucleus tractus solitarius," Progress in Neurobiology, vol.
Executive producer for the Sundance Channel, Dalton Delan; producer-director-writer, Marina Zenovich; co-producers, James Velaise, Jeffrey Jarrott, Jonathan Slater, Stephen Garrett; camera, Ed Nachtrieb, Jeffrey L.
Jarrott sensibly keeps the tone playful and maintains a warm, homey humor throughout the film.
It helps that Cullum, a co-scripter here with Jarrott and John Gray, seems tailor-made for the role of Algernon, giving the character just the fight mix of goofiness and charisma.