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Albert Einstein

Thanks to his theory of relativity, Albert Einstein became the most famous scientist of the 20th century. In 1905, while working in a Swiss patent office, Albert Einstein published a paper proposing …

Albert Brooks

Albert Brooks (Albert Einstein) actor, director, screenwriter Born: 7/22/1947 Birthplace: Los Angeles Although he has appeared in many films, including Broadcast News (1987), in which…

Albert Salmi

Albert Salmi studied at the prestigious Actors Studio in the 1950s and got his first big break in 1955, when he starred as Bo, the brash young cowboy, in the original Broadway production of Bus Stop. …

Albert Finney

Albert FinneyactorBorn: 5/9/1936Birthplace: Salford, Lancashire, England A versatile stage and film star, he gained acclaim as the hero of Tom Jones (1963), for which he earned an Academy Awar…

Edwin EINSTEIN

EINSTEIN, Edwin, a Representative from New York; born in Cincinnati, Ohio, November 18, 1842; moved with his parents to New York City in 1846; worked as clerk in a store; received a collegiate …

Albert Gallatin RIDDLE

RIDDLE, Albert Gallatin, a Representative from Ohio; was born in Monson, Mass., May 28, 1816; moved with his parents to Newbury, in the Western Reserve of Ohio, in 1817; completed preparatory s…

Albert

(An) A chain from the waistcoat pocket to a button in front of the waistcoat. So called from Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria. When he went to Birmingham, in 1849, he was presen…

Murder at 1600

Director: Dwight LittleWriters: Wayne Beach and David HodginDirector of Photography:Steven BernsteinEditor:Billy WeberMusic:Christopher YoungProduction Designer:Nelson CoatesProducers:Arnold K…

Murder By Numbers

Director: Barbet Schroeder Writer: Tony Gayton Warner Bros. and Caste Rock; R; 118 minutes Release: 4/02 Cast: Sandr…

Blue Murder

To shout blue murder. Indicative more of terror or alarm than of real danger. It appears to be a play on the French exclamation morbleu; there may also be a distinct allusion to the common …