Everyone Loves Lucille Ball Some famous Americans have won the noble peace prize, while others might be known for creating world peace or world catastrophes. Lucille Ball will forever be remembered as the person who entertained people with “rubber faced antics (“Lucille Ball Biography”) “zany impersinations.” These comments may seem demeaning; however, they glorifiy Lucille Ball’s legacy. An actress, comedian, a producer, Lucille Ball is most famous for producing and acting in her most famous sitcom, I Love Lucy. Arguably one of the most influential female comedians of all time, Lucille Ball started small in the world of show business, worked her way to the top, and created a world-renowned sitcom that portrayed new ideas and reinvented the
One such song they recorded as early as 1957 “Hey, Schoolgirl”. At this time they called themselves Tom and Jerry and this song became a Top Fifty Hit. Together they sang i on American Bandstand. However they failed to become successful and split up until 1962. They finally succeeded when they recorded “Sounds of Silence” and released an album of the same name.
They proved everyone wrong who thought they knew what would become of the hired girls. They created their own story and are successful in their own ways, no matter what people said or thought about them. The spirit is a strong element in everyone that helps people triumph their personal adversities. It drives people to overcome and develop character through their experiences. Everyone is fighting their own battle just like Ántonia, Lena and Tiny did.
Claudette Colbert was a french-born American actress,and a leading role model for two decades during the 1920s,she was born on September ,13 1903.When she was young her plan was to become a fashion designer but later became an actor.She was offered a role in broadway play and then signed a long term contract with them.She stared with small roles but later got bigger roles,in the late 1920’s she started in films and by the 1930’s she was one of the highest paying actresses.By the late 1940’s she started playing in the infant medium of television and she appeared on many programs.A popular program she played on was “The Jack Benny Program” it was a comedy program .She also played in one of broadways biggets hits in 1927.This film ran over 220
When in school, Clooney earned all A’s and B’s. As a child, Clooney was very athletic. He stared on his basketball and baseball teams. He tried out for the Cincinnati Reds, but was cut first round. His acting career flourished when he got a job to play Dr. Doug Ross on the unbelievably famous show ER.
In Gatsby’s words, Daisy has the quality of appeal, riches, advancement, effortlessness, and nobility that ached any men to fall in love with her. For the reason of the character she portrays is a young, and aimless girl. Throughout the whole novel, Daisy does not play much of a stereotypical role as a mother, and a wife. This means that cooking, bathing, and cleaning for her child. All of the chores has been done by their
‘“Birthday or not, Alyss.” Queen Genevieve said, “I don’t think it’s nice to show off.”’(13) Alyss used her imagination to amuse herself during times when she was mad, bored or just wanted to get attention. “Impatient with Jack of Diamonds for some childish indiscretion, she’d imagined his trousers filled with slick, squiggling qwormmies.” (14) Genevieve never gave Alyss the freedom to think on
“The Painted Girls” and “The Ballet Shoes”; both tales of families, lost in their own worlds and striving for a better life. Through the novel “The Painted Girls” multiple themes were shown that closely resemble a 1936 story called “The Ballet Shoes”. Both show similar themes and characteristics such as the lack of money and the lengths to go for it, the struggles of neglecting parents and the heart warming theme of family, shown through each of the daughters who learn that they can only rely on each other. In “The Ballet Shoes”, the youngest of the 3 daughters, Posy, had slowly become self absorbed and overly inconsiderate toward her family though the story. She had been taught ballet with her 2 other sisters at the age of 6 by the dance
She never loved Logan. She only married him to please her grandmother. With Jody, I don’t think that she truly loved him. Their relationship was based on infatuation and that turned to disdain after they were married for several years. With Tea Cake, Janie can
Born to her unmarried parents in Los Toldos, Argentina in 1919, Maria Eva Duarte already had hardships lined up in front of her, waiting for her to live her life and face them. “She grew up poor, dreaming of becoming an actress,” (“Eva Perón Biography”) and loved to put on small theatrical performances with her sister. Life became even harder when the children’s biological father, Juan Duarte, passed away in a car crash. Juan had another family with his wife, and at his funeral, the family was disdainful towards the Duarte’s, and refused to acknowledge they too were close with Juan (“Eva Perón Biography”). The family was heavily impacted by the loss of Juan, emotionally and financially.
but the others flew into New York. It was so cold there after the islands that Michelle wanted to head for the West Coast. John collaborated with her and they wrote one of their greatest hits “California Dreamin’”. On the West Coast the four members met at Western Recording Studios and Elliot mentioned that their group included both mamas and papas and so their name so the light of day and they officially became The Mamas and the Papas. Their first Top Ten hit was “California Dreamin’”.
Day 15: a character/s you love and why I couldn’t pick just one, as I’ve always said Ryke and Daisy are a package deal to me. They represent the deepest core of my being as a couple and an individual character. When Daisy Calloway made her first, she was perceived to be the epitome of fun, but little does we know, she’s been suffering behind the scenes. She’s my sweet courageous girl who loves intently with all her heart; who is very perceptive and understanding of others; who always make a point to make everyone feel included. She’s loyal, wild, and reckless, but never at the expense of others.
Christina Valentin History 108 The Flapper: More than a Pretty Face In the 1920’s there were a few revolutions, but none as everlasting as the female revolution that was the flapper. It is hard to imagine that so many people influenced her in different ways. From the way she dressed to the things she did, the flapper was conceived by the world around her. What is more amazing is that she has left a mark that has transcended throughout the decades. Joshua Zeitz’s work is an homage to the women who have changed the world forever with their sense of style, lacking regard for morals and manners, and their desire for freedom.