Herbert Kline articles on Wikipedia
Olive Kline
recording pseudonym Alice Green. She later studied singing with Herbert Witherspoon. Kline began her career as a paid soloist with several churches in New
Nov 6th 2016



George Kline
George Louis Kline (March 3, 1921 – October 21, 2014) was a philosopher, translator (esp. of Russian philosophy and poetry), and prominent American specialist
Apr 8th 2017



The Challenge... A Tribute to Modern Art
Tribute to Modern Art is a 1974 American documentary film directed by Herbert Kline. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature
Feb 13th 2017



The Fighter (1952 film)
the short story "The-MexicanThe Mexican" by Jack London. The film is directed by Kline Herbert Kline and produced by Alex Gottlieb. Kline and Aben Kandel wrote the adapted
Feb 5th 2016



Crisis (1939 film)
occupation of Czechoslovakia on March 15, 1939. The film was directed by Herbert Kline, Hans Burger, and Alexander Hammid, with narration written by Vincent
Jul 28th 2016



The Kid from Cleveland
film starring George Brent, Lynn Bari and Russ Tamblyn. Directed by Herbert Kline, the film was released by Republic Pictures. The Kid from Cleveland
Mar 31st 2017



Walls of Fire
Walls of Fire is a 1971 documentary film directed by Herbert Kline and Edmund Penney. Narrated by Ricardo Montalban, this documentary examines the history
Sep 27th 2015



Youth Runs Wild
Brooks, Glen Vernon and Vanessa Brown. It was written by John Fante, Herbert Kline and Ardel Wray. Bonita Granville as Toddy Kent Smith as Danny Coates
Dec 12th 2016



Pomfret Manor Cemetery
Pomfret Manor Cemetery is a cemetery located in Sunbury, Pennsylvania. Notable people buried there are Herbert Wesley Cummings, John Black Packer, Isaac
Dec 24th 2012



The Forgotten Village
documentary film—some sources call it an ethnofiction film—directed by Herbert Kline and Alexander Hammid. The film was written by John Steinbeck, narrated
Feb 15th 2017



Chipola Formation
The Chipola Formation is a Late Oligocene to Early Miocene geologic formation in the Florida Panhandle and member of the Alum Bluff Group. Period: Neogene
Nov 14th 2016



Philatelic literature
Philatelic literature is written material relating to philately, primarily information about postage stamps and postal history. Philatelic literature
Apr 2nd 2017



Thomas A. Scott Professorship of Mathematics
The Thomas A. Scott Professorship of Mathematics is an academic grant made to the University of Pennsylvania. It was established in 1881 by the railroad
Sep 26th 2016



Stamp catalog
A stamp catalog (or stamp catalogue) is a catalog of postage stamp types with descriptions and prices. The stamp catalog is an essential tool of philately
Nov 7th 2016



Canton–Akron Indians
Canton The CantonAkron Indians are a defunct Minor League Baseball team. They played in the Eastern League at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium in Canton, Ohio
Jan 7th 2017



Journal of Clinical Psychology
For the similarly-titled British journal, see British Journal of Clinical Psychology. The Journal of Clinical Psychology is a monthly peer-reviewed medical
Oct 20th 2016



Soapdish
For the bathroom item, see soap dish. Soapdish is a 1991 American comedy film which tells a backstage story of the cast and crew of a popular fictional
Feb 12th 2017



Son of the Pink Panther
Son of the Pink Panther (1993) is a continuation of the The Pink Panther film series. Directed by Blake Edwards, it stars Roberto Benigni as Inspector
Apr 25th 2017



Dartmouth workshop
This article is about conferences related to artificial intelligence. For the peace process conferences, see Dartmouth Conferences (peace). The Dartmouth
Apr 23rd 2017



1976 Deauville American Film Festival
Motor Kings by John Badham The Challenge... A Tribute to Modern Art by Herbert Kline The Last Victim by Jim Sotos The River Niger by Krishna Shah Tunnel
Aug 22nd 2016



Mercedes Matter
Mercedes Matter (nee Carles; 1913 – December 2001) was an American painter and draughtswoman. Matter's father was the American modernist painter Arthur
Feb 19th 2017



Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award
Lasker-DeBakey-Clinical-Medical-Research-AwardDeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award is one of four annual awards presented by the Lasker Foundation. The Lasker-DeBakey award is given to honor
Feb 21st 2017



Thought Field Therapy
Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is a fringe psychological treatment developed by an American psychologist, Roger Callahan. Its proponents say that it can heal
Apr 23rd 2017



Boogie-Woogie Dream
documentary film Crisis (1939 film), which Burger co-directed with Herbert Kline and Alexander Hammid. Crisis was widely acclaimed in the United States
Nov 14th 2016



Raymond P. Spillenger
Raymond P. Spillenger (October 24, 1924 – November 20, 2013) was an American painter associated with the New York School. He was born on October 24, 1924
Mar 4th 2017



Alum Bluff Formation
The Alum Bluff Formation is a Late Oligocene to Early Miocene geologic formation in the central Florida Panhandle. It was originally mapped by Brooks in
Apr 3rd 2017



List of living former members of the United States House of Representatives (K)
"KAGEN, Steven, (1949 - )". Retrieved 2 February 2017.  "KANJORSKI, Paul E., (1937 - )". Retrieved 2 February 2017.  "KASICH, John Richard, (1952 - )"
Mar 14th 2017



1918 Nebraska Cornhuskers football team
The-1918The 1918 Nebraska-CornhuskersNebraska Cornhuskers football team was the representative of the University of Nebraska in the 1918 college football season. The team was coached
Apr 10th 2017



Oscar J. Friend
Oscar Jerome Friend (January 8, 1897 - January 1963) began his career primarily as a pulp fiction author in various genres including horror, Westerns,
Oct 30th 2016



Vincent Sheean
feature-length documentary Crisis (1939) directed by Alexander Hammid and Herbert-KlineHerbert Kline. He translated Eve Curie's biography of her mother, Madame Curie (1939)
Mar 11th 2017



Ticarcillin
Ticarcillin is a carboxypenicillin. It is almost invariably[citation needed] sold and used in combination with clavulanate as Timentin. Because it is a
Mar 23rd 2017



Captain Phoebus
Capitaine Phoebus de Chateaupers [fibys də ʃatopɛːʁ] is a fictional character and one of the main antagonists in Victor Hugo's 1831 novel, The Hunchback
Mar 27th 2017



Planetary romance
Planetary romance is a subgenre of science fiction or science fantasy in which the bulk of the action consists of adventures on one or more exotic alien
Mar 8th 2017



Center for Advanced Judaic Studies
The Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies (CAJS or "the Katz Center") at the University of Pennsylvania is the world's first and only institution
Mar 28th 2017



Peter Vallentyne
Peter Vallentyne (born March 25, 1952, in New Haven, Connecticut) is Florence G. Kline Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri in Columbia
Apr 20th 2016



Klein (surname)
Klein is the Dutch and German word for "small", which came to be used as a surname, and thence passed into the names of places, concepts and discoveries
Jan 28th 2017



Coty Award
Coty-American-Fashion-Critics'-Awards">The Coty American Fashion Critics' Awards (awarded 1943–1984) were first announced in January 1942 by the cosmetics and perfume company Coty, Inc. to promote
Mar 7th 2017



New York State Psychiatric Institute
Coordinates: 40°50′33″N 73°56′40″W / 40.84250°N 73.94444°W / 40.84250; -73.94444 The New York State Psychiatric Institute, located in the
Feb 11th 2017



Virginia Dwan
Virginia Dwan (born October 18, 1931) is an American art collector, art patron, philanthropist, visionary and founder of the Dwan Light Sanctuary in Montezuma
Mar 14th 2017



General Miles
General Miles was a steamship constructed in 1882 which served in various coastal areas of the states of Oregon and Washington, as well as British Columbia
Apr 23rd 2017



Abstract expressionism
Not to be confused with Abstract art. Abstract expressionism is a post–World War II art movement in American painting, developed in New York in the
Apr 15th 2017



Toshio Furukawa
Toshio Furukawa (古川 登志夫, Furukawa Toshio?, born July 16, 1946 in what is now part of the city of Tochigi Japan,) is a Japanese voice actor affiliated with
Apr 15th 2017



Douglas Slocombe
sentiment. In consequence, he was commissioned by American film-maker Herbert Kline to film events for a documentary called Lights Out, covering a Goebbels
Apr 11th 2017



Allergan, Inc.
This article is about the company known as Allergan, Inc., which was acquired by Actavis. For the new company formed after the acquisition, see Allergan
Apr 14th 2017



Bard College Campus
The campus of Bard College comprises 540 acres (220 ha) in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. The campus, situated on the east shore of the Hudson River, offers
Jan 30th 2017



Joseph E. LeDoux
Joseph E. LeDoux (born December 7, 1949) is an American neuroscientist whose research is primarily focused on the biological underpinnings of emotion and
Apr 21st 2017



Write-in candidate
A write-in candidate is a candidate in an election whose name does not appear on the ballot, but for whom voters may vote nonetheless by writing in the
Apr 21st 2017



Atreus
"Atreidai" redirects here. For the royal house in Frank Herbert's Dune universe, see House Atreides. For the asteroid, see 14791 Atreus. For the character
Mar 13th 2017



List of Muhlenberg College people
This list contains people associated with Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania, including current and former college presidents, as well as notable
Apr 25th 2017



Medway watermills
For an explanation of the various pieces of machinery mentioned, see Mill machinery. The Medway and its tributaries and sub-tributaries have been used
Aug 19th 2016





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