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Tourneur

Cyril. ?1575--1626, English dramatist; author of The Atheist's Tragedy (1611) and, reputedly, of The Revenger's Tragedy (1607)
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But you must think of that lonely death in the tawdry dressing-room simply as a strange lurid fragment from some Jacobean tragedy, as a wonderful scene from Webster, or Ford, or Cyril Tourneur.
Quelques jours plus tard, un autre [beaucoup moins que] tourneur [beaucoup plus grand que], comme on appelait a l'epoque les montreurs de films, se deplacant en chariot d'un village a un autre, fit une projection a Sfisef, anciennement Mercier Lacombe, distante de 25 km du chef-lieu de Sidi Bel-Abbes.
Emergency crew chief Bernard Tourneur said the search would continue for at least 24 hours with care, since the remainder of the building left standing "is threatening to cave in".
This consultation aims to select service providers responsible for the implementation of the Regional Plan of Training in the following GFE for GFE 5 (metal structures, metal working, molding) Certification Tourneur milling level V.
This threat can take on different forms: blackmail as in The Woman in the Window (Fritz Lang, 1944), imprisonment as in The Dark Corner (Henry Hathaway, 1946), wrongful prosecution as in Phantom Lady (Robert Siodmak, 1944), or madness as in Experiment Perilous (Jacques Tourneur, 1944), Scarlet Street (Fritz Lang, 1945), The Locket (John Brahm, 1946) and The Two Mrs.
LK: Favorite filmmakers include Jacques Tourneur and Vincente Minnelli, but genre itself is Hollywood's biggest influence on me.
40PM Shady Kirk Douglas hires Robert Mitchum to bring two-timing Jane Greer back home in prime example of pulp fiction from Jacques Tourneur, director of Film4's Night Of The Demon, Sunday 12.
Maries et temoins Date Profession Origine Dominique Sextius 23 janvier 1815 Imprimeur Pointe-a-Pitre Buffardin libraire Elisabeth Tissandier Cap-Francais Jean-Jacques La Negociant Bouisse Jacques Vivalot courtier Jacob Seixas negociant Joseph Desnoues imprimeur Claude Marin 22 juin 1815 Tourneur Paris Girardin ferblantier Jeanne Elisabeth Cap-Francis Oret Jean-Baptiste Confiseur Braquet Charles Picasse Menuisier Victor Vaissiere Orfevre Joseph Desnoues imprimeur jean Cyr Durand 29 aout 1815 Boulanger Pointe-a-Pitre Loise Beguin Pointe-a-Pitre Mathieu Repos Negociant Pierre Cotelier Marchand Rodier bijourtier Jacques Hostin Joselth Desnoues imprimeur Source: Archives du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres.
Further, of course, he is consciously using the fictional devices of drama, especially seventeenth-century tragedies like those of Middleton, Tourneur, Webster, and Ford {not to mention one greater man), which, no one I hope needs reminding, are very far from being models of everyday life in the suburbs or even in gorgeous palaces.
174-185) provides a detailed analysis of the sonnet "Cyril Tourneur," dedicated to the Elizabethan dramatist, and shows Swinburne's use of mimetic language as part of his attempt to bridge the gap between language and the objects it aims to represent.
THE film 'The Bluebird' is a fantasy film, directed by Maurice Tourneur, about two peasant children called Mytyl and Tyltyl who are led by Berylune, a fairy, to search for the bluebird of happiness.