John Dudley has: Played Baron de Combri in "A Hungry Heart" in 1917. Played Family Doctor in "Maternity" in 1917. Played Undetermined Role in "The Marionettes" in 1918. Played The Doctor in "The Purple Lily" in 1918. Performed in "Love Up the Pole" in 1936. Performed in "The Bourgeois Gentleman" in 1945.
Hazel Washburn has: Performed in "When Men Betray" in 1918. Played Baronne Durieu in "The Marionettes" in 1918. Played Undetermined Role in "Moral Suicide" in 1918. Played Mildred Sanders in "The Ordeal of Rosetta" in 1918. Played Miller, the Maid in "The Wasp" in 1918. Played Madeleine Brevort in "Revelation" in 1918.
The Pink Panther Theme is called the Pink Panther Theme. Both pieces were written by Henry Mancini however. Baby Elephant Walk was the theme from the movie Hatari. It was never used as a TV theme per se, but was used occasionally in the Simpsons. Many people think it was the theme for Alfred Hitchcock Presents, but that was March of the Marionettes
Corliss Giles has: Played John Rowson in "Shirley Kaye" in 1917. Played Pierre Vareine in "The Marionettes" in 1918. Played Harvey Lake in "The House of Glass" in 1918. Played Ben Galli in "The Heart of a Gypsy" in 1919. Played John Vance in "Voices" in 1920. Played Jeffrey in "In Search of a Sinner" in 1920. Played Wilfred Scott in "The Blue Pearl" in 1920.
Pinky and Perky has: Played Puppet Act in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played Frog Puppets in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played Marionettes in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played Themselves - Puppet Act in "Spectacular" in 1956. Played Themselves in "The Royal Variety Performance 1963" in 1963. Played Themselves in "Dee Time" in 1967. Performed in "The Best of the Royal Variety" in 2006.
Macy's introduced the first large inflated balloon characters in 1927. The first year, the balloons were filled with air, not helium, and had to be supported by poles. The designer, Tony Sarg, referred to them as "upside-down marionettes." The first cartoon character introduced that year was Felix the Cat. Other balloons included a caricature of singer/actor Eddie Cantor, a dinosaur, a group of cavemen, and assorted turkeys, chickens and ducks.
Richard Slade has written: 'Modeling in Clay, Plaster and Papier-MacHe' 'Paper airplanes; how to make airplane models from paper' -- subject(s): Airplanes, Models, Models and modelmaking, Paper airplanes 'Take a tin can' -- subject(s): Tin cans, Tinsmithing 'You can make a string puppet' -- subject(s): Marionettes, Puppet making 'Tissue paper craft' -- subject(s): Paper work, Tissue paper 'Take an egg box'
This comes from an old poem by Oscar Wilde. :-) good poem and good question. Everything I can find says this is from an old poem: Love will die if held too tightly. Love will fly if held too lightly. Lightly, tightly, how do I know Whether I'm holding, or letting love go? -- Anonymous I know that the first two lines are in the short story "Marionettes Inc" by Ray Bradbury. That's where I…