BAD DECISION: Frankly, my dear, Gary Cooper
didn't give a damn
Her film career, though, failed to live up to her stage success and she embarked on a futile romance with married actor Gary Cooper
Maybe they could take over my old job, and become a gaggle of Gary Coopers
As Marshal Will Kane, Gary Cooper
is the ultimate rugged individualist, relying upon his own resources, grit, and determination--and his own six-shooter.
Beecher dismisses the idea for song sparrows, because while a Gary Cooper
sparrow would stay out of sight and sing only one song from each spot, the actual bird typically sings from a perch that's easy to see and starts new songs without shifting position.
High Noon,'' starring Gary Cooper
, is one of five 1950s films that will be screened for free during this year's ``Fabulous Fifties'' Oregon Festival of American Music.
In eleven Hollywood movies of the 1940s and '50s Karinska executed costumes for such stars as Judy Garland, Ginger Rogers, Marlene Dietrich, Leslie Caron, Gary Cooper
, Vivien Leigh, Gene Kelly, Charles Boyer, and Olivia de Havilland.
In Sergeant York would-be pacifist Gary Cooper
becomes WWI's most celebrated war hero after killing 20 German soldiers, and in High Noon Quaker Grace Kelly reluctantly takes up arms to defend hubby Cooper from the "axis of evil" coming in on the noon train.
Having seen every sports title of consequence since "Pride of the Yankees," in which Gary Cooper
, batting left-handed, appeared to be demonstrating what killed Lou Gehrig, we hardly expected to uncover a sleeper or luck into some ancient goodie like "Here Comes Mr.
The group, which includes the mayor John Adams-Lewis, town conservation officer Gary Cooper
, former parish priest and expert on the castle Canon James Cunnane and former Cadw executive officer John Carr will meet on January 10 to try to solve the long-running problem of the overgrown and ruinous site.
In the film, Gary Cooper
fought a lonely battle against a gang, but this time the whole world stands with the United States,'' Koizumi was quoted as saying to Bush.
The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 Gary Cooper