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Ebert

Friedrich. . 1871--1925, German Social Democratic statesman; first president of the German Republic (1919--25)
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Everyone on our side flung open their windows just to see what it was," Ebert said in a phone interview.
From that day until his death in 2013 from cancer, Ebert filed review after review and wrote book after book, relentlessly chronicling American filmmaking over six decades.
In 1970, three months after he got out of the Navy, Ebert was riding his motorcycle when he was hit by a drunk driver.
Ebert joins Miles & Stockbridge from Lockheed Martin Corporation, which specializes in research, design, development, manufacture and integration of technology systems, products and services for the aeronautics industry.
We also look for films where we have a video review by either Siskel and Ebert, or Ebert and Roeper," referring to the critic's long-time TV partners.
Ebert sometimes expressed moral outrage when he thought actors were being exploited, perhaps most (in)famously in his one-star review of Blue Velvet (1986) to which Rendleman devotes an entire chapter.
Ebert respondio en el numero siguiente de la revista con el ensayo "All stars: Or, is there a cure for criticism of film criticism?
On the other hand, through on-screen remarks of former work associates and barroom buddies, the movie engagingly recalls Roger Ebert as a party animal, during his early glory years in Chicago.
Ebert lamented that too many Americans don't support church-state separation.
Ebert was known to produce somewhere between 200 and 300 film reviews a year, which were syndicated in hundreds of newspapers, both in the United States and abroad.
Ebert continued working at a prolific pace until 2003, when he began what would become a protracted battle with multiple occurrences of cancer in his thyroid and salivary glands.
The Hollywood Reporter points out that Ebert tweeted on March 25 a link to a Salon post that excerpts pieces from author Jeff Chu's "Does Jesus Really Love Me?