Jean Delannoy

Jean Delannoy was a French actor, film editor and film director. Although Delannoy was born in a Paris suburb, his family was from Haute-Normandie in the north of France, he was a Protestant, a descendant of Huguenots, some of whom fled the country during the French Wars of Religion, settled first in Wallonia. Afterwards, their name became De la Noye and Delano, who were on the second ship to immigrate to Plymouth, Massachusetts, he was a student in Paris. He landed a job with Paramount Studios Parisian facilities, working his way up to head film editor. In 1934 he went on to a long career, both writing and directing. In 1946, his film about a Protestant minister titled La symphonie pastorale was awarded the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. In 1960, his film, Maigret tend un piège was nominated for a BAFTA award for "Best Film from any Source". In recognition of his long service to the French motion picture industry, in 1986 Delannoy received an Honorary César Award. Delannoy died on 18 June 2008, at the age of 100.

The Beautiful Sailor The Improvised Son The Premature Father Paris-Deauville Casanova Women's Club Nitchevo Michel Strogoff Golden Venus The Black Diamond Macao, l'enfer du jeu L'Éternel retour La symphonie pastorale Les jeux sont faits Aux yeux du souvenir The Secret of Mayerling Dieu a besoin des hommes La Minute de vérité Napoleon Road Destinées Obsession Marie-Antoinette reine de France The Hunchback of Notre Dame Maigret tend un piège Venere Imperiale Les amitiés particulières Le Lit a Deux Places Le Majordome Le Lit à deux places Les Sultans Action Man La Peau de torpedo Pas folle la guêpe Jean Delannoy on IMDb French director Jean Delannoy dies at age 100 at Wikinews

John Knox (cricketer)

John Knox was an Argentine first-class cricketer. Knox, of Scottish-descent, was born at Buenos Aires in October 1904, he made his debut in first-class cricket for Argentina against the touring Marylebone Cricket Club at Buenos Aires in December 1926, with Knox playing a further four first-class matches against the same opposition the following month. He played two first-class matches for Argentina against a touring Sir J. Cahn's XI in 1930, he was a member of the South American cricket team which toured England in 1932, making five first-class appearances on the tour. His final first-class appearance came for Argentina against Sir T. E. W. Brinckman's XI in 1938. Across twelve first-class matches, Knox scored 575 runs at an average of 31.94, with a high score of 110 not out. This score, his only first-class century, came for the South Americans against Sussex, he died at Buenos Aires in April 1966. John Knox at ESPNcricinfo

Tha' Rayne

Tha' Rayne was an American R&B singing girl group, formed in 2000 and disbanded in mid–2005. Tha' Rayne was a trio composed of two singing members and a DJ; the original members of the group were Yummy Bingham and Shaquana Elam, who shared lead vocals on all of the group's recordings. The group was founded in 2000 by producer KayGee from Naughty by Nature, who recruited Elizabeth "Yummy" Bingham, Shaquana "Quana" Elam and Tina "Tina-J" Jenkins; each was looking for a solo deal and discovered it would be for a girl group. The only recording where the three original members appear together is Jaheim and Lil' Mo's "Finders Keepers", performing the background vocals. After Tina-J left the group, Tha' Rayne remained a duet and signed in April 2001, with Arista Records's CEO Antonio "L. A." Reid. They released Rock wit Me in April 2002, followed in July by "No L. O. V. E.". While preparing their debut album expected for an October 2002 release, Tha' Rayne collaborated with artists such as Boyz II Men, Queen Latifah, Next.

In August 2002, Kay Gee had the vision to create an R&B version of Salt-N-Pepa and added Michelle "DJ Myche Luv" Colon, a young female DJ. In Fall 2002, Tha' Rayne appeared on Jaheim's hit single "Fabulous". In January 2003, the group went through a change of the line-up with the departure of DJ Myche Luv, replaced on January 27, 2003 by Qiana "DJ Qi" Drew. Soon after, Tha' Rayne released "Didn't You Know", their first single to chart, reaching number 75 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, it was produced by Rich Harrison but didn't get the buzz expected by the label, so their debut album Reign Supreme was delayed. When Arista merged into Sony BMG in early 2004 and Antonio "L. A." Reid was fired, many of his artists were dropped, including Tha' Rayne. The group decided to split, with each member going solo, but KayGee convinced Quana to reform the group with DJ Myche Luv and a new member named Hadiya Nelson a.k.a. Deeyah; this new version of the group recorded a demo but disbanded a year in August 2005