Amelia Earhart was born in Kansas on July 24, 1897. Her parents were Edwin and Amy Otis Earhart. Amelia lived with her wealthy grandparents and attended a private school until she was 12 years old. Then, Amelia and her sister went to live with their parents, in Des Moines, Iowa. In 1915 Edwin and Amy got a divorce, and Amy took the girls and moved to Chicago to live with friends for a while.
She had many iconic moments in her career and even after her death these moments are still seen today. Monroe created an image of her own and stuck to it. Created her own style, and unique character. Even today in media she is still talked about because she left a very important impact on the world. Marilyn Monroe did many things in her life time and accomplished a lot.
Annie Get Your Gun opened on May 16 , 1946 and ran for approximately 1,147 in three years . In this time Ethel only took two vacations due to different illnesses . Merman and Berlin later met for Call Me Madam , where she won the Tony award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical . She also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Musical or Comedy . Ethel returned to Colorado dreadfully to be a housewife to her third husband
Nelly and her friends are in a play called “Queen Ester” they have long practices took them three months to make it right. While reading this it seems that Nelly likes to flirt and have a good time. Nelly talks about how she is going to live in Chicago and get singing lessons and doing different adventure, she tells her friend that she is engaged but does not where the ring on her finger but have it on a necklace. Nelly’s friend moved to Denver for collage but found out that Nelly was teaching sixth grade in Riverbend school when she graduated. Nelly was going to marry a person named Scott during the springtime, she decided to join a Baptist church, and she was going to be baptize.
It all started when she was born on December 13, 1989. She was born as a healthy girl in Reading, Pennsylvania to Andrea and Scott Swift (Spence 3). Her mother loved horses and the first time her mother put her on a saddle, she was only 9 months old. From then on she grew up riding horses and she absolutely loved them. Taylor Swift lived on her family’s Christmas Tree farm outside of Wyomissing, Pennsylvania (Taylor Swift).
Quote “Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it.” ------ Lucy M. Montgomery Early Life Author Lucy M. Montgomery was born in November 30, 1874, to a happy couple in Prince Edward Island. The happiness of the family did not go for very long. Due to tuberculosis, Lucy’s mother, Clara passed away when Lucy was 21 months old. Her father, instead of raising her himself, he gave the custody to Lucy’s maternal family. Growing up, Lucy was lonely because she did not have many friends to talk to, instead she built a imaginary world, building up her creativity.
Rose and Moses will love each other till the end. Moses had just been bought and he was tall, broad shouldered, and strong, Rose automatically loved him as he did her. When they decided to get married they told Carrie and she bought a beautiful gown for her. Rose's father had been auctioned off when she was a baby and Carrie bought him back for Rose and her mama. Now on to Rose's Mama and Papa.
She is an amazing actress, comedian, singer but she wanted more, she had a passion for directing and when she did direct her first film “Yentl” it was a huge hit and yet she was not given as much respect during filming as a man would. At that time there were very few women directors in hollywood, also actors had very few opportunities to make there own films. Over the years Barbra has had a huge impact on society and the whole aspect and vibe of hollywood she is an inspiration to many including me and many others with her impacts
Their prayers were answered in 1935 when Judy was discovered by MGM at the age of 13, and signed a contract with them. They chose Judy for a film debut, Pigskin Parade. She was on the rise to becoming an independent solo artist, so they changed her name to Judy Garland for a mature professional stage name. Right after this great achievement, her life came crashing down as her father died of Spinal Meningitis. This event marked the start of Judy’s road toward
"Rise of the Strong Female Protagonists - Representation of Women in Contemporary American Cinema" Cinema has always been an integral part of a culture and has been presenting various ideals of the time such as gender roles. American Cinema has been abundant of gender representation and through many years the roles of men and women have been presented according to the formulaic stereotypes. For a long time up to the present, men have dominated the movie industry and have been depicted as saviours and protectors while women have often been presented as the weaker sex, objects of desire or just as the support of male characters. Even though it is not diffucult to enumerate a few movies such as Avengers, X-men, Fantastic Four, and Guardians of Galaxy in which women are strong, males still outnumber them, the plot is not fully focused on females and they are treated more like supporting characters. Considering other movies from the last few years such as Non-Stop or The Wolf of Wall Street it is easy to spot that men and women are still often presented in a typical gender manner.
Childhood On July 6, 1921, Anne Frances Robbins was born in New York City, she was an only child of Kenneth Robbins, a salesman, and Edith Luckett Robbins, an aspiring actress. From an early age, Anne acquired the nickname “Nancy”. During Nancy’s infancy, her father, Kenneth left the marriage, leading to Edith to send her daughter to be raised by her aunt and uncle, Virginia and C. Audley Galbraith, in Bethesda, Maryland. While there, Nancy attended Sidwell Friends School. Her aunt would also travel with her to New York to visit her mother, when her mother was there for lengthy theater runs (1).
A Declaration of Independence Every time I visit Great Aunt Nora in her assisted living home in the center of Manhattan, I know she will fascinate me with her extraordinary stories about travel and life as a dancer on Broadway. Despite her failing memory, she exploits her rich past with occasional jewels of information that reveal her many sides. A theme that pervades all of her stories and her life is independence. Nora Bristow went against the grain of society by being an independent woman in the mid-twentieth century. In the 1940s, it was unusual for a 16-year-old girl to move from her home in Hillburn, New York to New York City, where she studied ballet at the School of American Ballet on Madison Avenue, George Balanchine’s troupe.