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"When you say science, people have a certain image of facilities. Science is not an old building from the 1950s not these days." Al Williams
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"I'd only seen him as the hero or the foppish best friend - so I felt predisposed to like him. On the other hand, Granger's character is not particularly attractive at all - 1950s film heroes were supposed to be strong and confident, yet here is this rather tediously weak man, who allows himself to be pushed around by women." Paul Haggis
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"You might end up with a Venus that's quite a lot like people thought it was going to be in the 1950s." Fred Taylor
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"Radio is being challenged right now in a way that we haven't seen since television went mainstream in the 1950s. Today, there is much more of an appetite out there for taking risks and for trying something new." Fred Jacobs
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"I always thought of him as a stoic, solid person, that I think was typical of that era of the 1950s, ... People came out of the war years with great hope and great faith in the future. Unitas sort of represented that." Dick Schaap
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"I re-read all the plays. I'm not sad. He was out of this worldso common, regular, ordinary, but capable of writing awesome poetry. If someone wants to understand what frustrations we felt in the 1950s read 'Fences.' To know about how Blacks were exploited in the music business read 'Ma Rainey.' All those things that teach us from centuries ago to the present are in the forefront of his words." Charles Dutton
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"I can remember watching [the first dailies] and all of us turning to each other and going, 'Hey, this is really good. This looks like the 1950s kind of show that I love,'" Brenda Hampton
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"In the proposed EPA rule, every norm of radiation protection that has been established for the general public since the late 1950s ... is to be thrown overboard," Arjun Makhijani
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"In the proposed EPA rule, every norm of radiation protection that has been established for the general public since the late 1950s ... is to be thrown overboard." Arjun Makhijani
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Audrey Hepburn
Birth: 1929-05-04 Death: 1993-01-20

"I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles."

Born in 1929, Audrey almost pursued a career in ballet instead of acting. During World War II, it was said that she danced to raise money for the underground movement. While filming Secret People in 1952, director William Wyler spotted her and believed she'd be perfect for the part of the English princess opposite Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday. It was her breakout performance, for which she won an Oscar. She went on to become one of Hollywood's biggest stars. Her beauty, elegance, charm and humor captivated audiences as well as the actors playing opposite her, leading Cary Grant to onc…



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