June Foray was an American voice actress, best known as the voice of such animated characters as Rocky the Flying Squirrel, Nell Fenwick, Lucifer from Disney's Cinderella, Cindy Lou Who, Jokey Smurf, Granny from the Warner Bros. cartoons directed by Friz Freleng, Grammi Gummi from Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears series, Magica De Spell, among many others. Her career encompassed radio, theatrical shorts, feature films, records, video games, talking toys, other media. Foray was one of the early members of ASIFA-Hollywood, the society devoted to promoting and encouraging animation, is credited with the establishment of the Annie Awards, as well as instrumental to the creation of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2001, she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring her voice work in television. Chuck Jones was quoted as saying: "June Foray is not the female Mel Blanc. Mel Blanc was the male June Foray." June Lucille Forer was born on September 18, 1917 in Springfield, one of three children of Ida and Morris Forer.
Her mother was of Lithuanian Jewish and French Quebec ancestry, her father was a Jewish emigrant from Odessa, Russian Empire. The family resided at Forest Park; as a small child, Foray first wanted to be a dancer, so her mother sent her to local classes, but she had to drop out due to a case of pneumonia. Her voice was first broadcast in a local radio drama. Two years after graduating from Classical High School, she moved with her parents and siblings to live in Los Angeles, near Ida's brother, after Morris Forer, an engineer, fell on hard financial times. After entering radio through the WBZA Players, Foray starred in her own radio series Lady Make Believe in the late 1930s, she soon became a popular voice actress, with regular appearances on coast-to-coast network shows including Lux Radio Theatre and The Jimmy Durante Show. In the 1940s, Foray began film work, including a few roles in live action movies, but did voice over work for animated cartoons and radio programs and dubbing films and television.
On radio, Foray did the voices of Midnight the Cat and Old Grandie the Piano on The Buster Brown Program, which starred Smilin' Ed McConnell, from 1944 to 1952. She did voices on the Mutual Broadcasting System program Smile Time for Steve Allen, her work in radio led her to recording for a number of children's albums for Capitol Records. For Walt Disney, Foray voiced Lucifer the Cat in the feature film Cinderella, Lambert's mother in Lambert the Sheepish Lion, a mermaid in Peter Pan and Witch Hazel in the Donald Duck short Trick or Treat. Decades Foray was the voice of Grandmother Fa in the 1998 animated Disney film Mulan, she did a variety of voices in Walter Lantz's Woody Woodpecker cartoons, including Woody's nephew and niece and Splinter. Impressed by her performance as Witch Hazel, in 1954 Chuck Jones invited her over to Warner Brothers Cartoons. For Warner Brothers, she was Granny, owner of Tweety and Sylvester, a series of witches, including Looney Tunes' own Witch Hazel, with Jones as director.
Like most of Warner Brothers' voice actors at the time, Foray was not credited for her roles in these cartoons. She played Bubbles on The Super 6 and Cindy Lou Who, asking "Santa" why he's taking their tree, in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. In 1960, she provided the speech for Mattel's original "Chatty Cathy" doll. Foray worked for Hanna-Barbera, including on Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, The Jetsons, The Flintstones and many other shows. In 1959, she auditioned for the part of Betty Rubble on The Flintstones, she did extensive voice acting for Stan Freberg's commercials, 1957 radio series, memorably as secretary to the werewolf advertising executive. She appeared in several Rankin/Bass TV specials in the 1960s and 1970s, voicing the young Karen and the teacher in the TV special Frosty the Snowman, she voiced all the female roles including the villainous cobra Nagaina. She played multiple characters on The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, including Natasha Fatale and Nell Fenwick, as well as male lead character Rocket J. Squirrel for Jay Ward, played Ursula on George of the Jungle.
In the mid-1960s, she became devoted to the preservation and promotion of animation and wrote numerous magazine articles about animation. She and a number of other animation artists had informal meetings around Hollywood in the 1960s, decided to formalize this as ASIFA-Hollywood, a chapter of the Association Internationale du Film d'Animation, she is credited with coming up with the idea of the Annie Awards in 1972, awarded by ASIFA-Hollywood, having noted that there had been no awards to celebrate the field of animation. In 1988, she was awarded the Bob Clampett Humanitarian Award. In 1995, ASIFA-Hollywood established the June Foray Award, awarded
Incepta Pharmaceuticals Limited is a pharmaceutical company based in Dhaka, Bangladesh that manufactures and markets generic drugs. Abdul Muktadir is the chairman of the company. Incepta was established in Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1999; the company has a manufacturing facility located at Savar. A second larger manufacturing facility has been built in Dhamrai; the company sells its products in Bangladesh and has begun exporting to both developed and developing countries around the world. In 2015, Incepta launched a generic version of sofosbuvir in the local Bangladeshi market. TIn 2016, Incepta signed a deal with German AMS Technology for a joint venture; the company own the sponsorship rights of Rangpur Rangers for the 2019–20 Bangladesh Premier League. Official Website
Sean Walsh, known professionally as Seann Walsh, is an English comedian and actor. Walsh was brought up in Brighton, he left school in Drama. Walsh is a graduate of Jill Edwards' comedy workshops and performed his first gig in November 2006, he won several awards early in his career including Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and Chortle Best Newcomer. Walsh supported Stephen K. Amos on his 2008/09 Find the Funny and 2009/10 The Feelgood Factor tours, as well as at the 2010 Reading and Leeds Festival. Walsh was resident host at Komedia's Comic Boom in Brighton and has been an'audience wrangler' for QI. Walsh performed his 2012 show Seann to Be Wild at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and toured the country with it, he has performed shows with fellow comedian Josh Widdicombe named "Ying and Young". His 2013 Edinburgh Fringe show. Walsh's stand-up style has been described as "impressively universal, gag-heavy, observational". Walsh presents a weekly show on FUBAR Radio with his friend, Mark Simmons.
From 8 September 2018, Walsh participated in the sixteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing with professional dance partner Katya Jones. Early in the series, it was reported that he had become romantically involved with Jones despite both of them being in long-term relationships, his popularity suffered as a result; the couple was voted out in Week 6. Seann has been announced as a host on Flinch, an upcoming physical gameshow for Netflix, alongside Lloyd Griffith, Desiree Burch; the show is to be produced by Stellify Media. Walsh is a passionate Queens Park Rangers fan, his relationship with actress Rebecca Humphries ended in October 2018 after a video and photos of him kissing his Strictly Come Dancing partner Katya Jones were published. Humphries used Twitter to publish a letter to Walsh, ending their relationship, accusing him of controlling behaviour saying that the relationship was "toxic". Walsh subsequently incorporated his experiences on Strictly into his standup act, it was reported that Katya and her husband Neil Jones had separated as an indirect result of the incident.
The Bill – Suspected arsonist Argumental – Team captain Grouchy Young Men Mock the Week – BBC Two Russell Howard's Good News Extra – BBC Three Big Brother's Big Mouth – E4 The 5 O'Clock Show Richard Bacon's Beer & Pizza Club Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow Comic Relief's 24 Hour Panel People Stand Up for the Week Good News Week 8 Out of 10 Cats Never Mind the Buzzcocks Live at the Apollo Mad Mad World Celebrity Juice – Seann Walsh World – Comedy Central Big Bad World – Comedy Central as Eggman Virtually Famous – Team captain (2014 till present 24 Hours To Go Broke - 2/5 Ireland Dave Alan Carr's New Year's Specstacular Play to the Whistle - regular panellist, 7 episode run Family Guy - A guest star Tonight at the London Palladium Bad Move Strictly Come Dancing The Jonathan Ross Show Flinch Loose Ends v BBC Radio 4 The Jon Richardson Show – BBC 6 Music Nick Grimshaw's Radio Show – BBC Radio 1 Matt Forde's Show – Talksport Radio Act Your Age – BBC Radio 4 Winner: Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2009 Winner: Chortle Awards Best Newcomer 2009 Second place: Hackney Empire New Act of the Year 2009 Runner-up: Amused Moose Laugh Off 2008 Runner-up: So You Think You're Funny 2008 Official website Seann Walsh on IMDb Media related to Seann Walsh at Wikimedia Commons
LabTV is an online hub where people and organizations engaged in medical research come together to tell their stories. LabTV has filmed hundreds of medical researchers at dozens of institutions across the United States, including dozens at the National Institutes of Health. LabTV is a private company, founded in 2013 by entrepreneur Jay Walker as a way to help get more students to consider a career in medical research. In 2014, Mr. Walker and LabTV’s executive producer David Hoffman received Disruptor Innovation Awards at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival for LabTV’s work in getting university students around the country to create short personal interviews of National Institutes of Health-funded medical researchers. Winners of the LabTV contest included student filmmakers from Columbia University, the University of Delaware, Cornell University, University of Hawaii, University of Pennsylvania, Tufts University, George Washington University, the University of Virginia, The University of Chicago, the University of Georgia among others.
LabTV continues to film medical researchers at dozens of universities and organizations, including the National Institutes of Health and Georgetown University National Institutes of Health Medical research Official Site for LabTV LabTV Youtube Channel National Institutes of Health
Tyler Conklin is an American football tight end for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. He played college football for Central Michigan, he was drafted by the Vikings in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Conklin attended L'Anse Creuse High School - North in Macomb Township, where he was a standout two-sport athlete, playing as a wide receiver in football and combo guard in basketball; as a junior, Conklin led his basketball team to the Class A Final Four, scoring 22 points in a 59-46 semifinal loss to eventual state champion Saginaw High. After graduating from high school, Conklin was awarded a full-ride basketball scholarship to Northwood University, he stayed for one semester and played in seven games, averaging 2.6 rebounds, 1.9 points and 1.4 assists per game. However, midway through his freshman year, he transferred to Central Michigan University, where he walked on to the football team. Coming in weighing less than ideal for the tight end position, Conklin sat out his first season with the Chippewas in order to gain weight.
After gaining 25 pounds during the offseason, he earned a backup role in 2015, catching six passes for 95 yards. During the first one-on-one drill of training camp in August 2017, Conklin broke a bone in his left foot, he was cleared to return to the field on October 7 for the game against Ohio in which he set career-highs with 10 catches for 136 yards and two scores in a 26-23 victory. Soon after graduating with a major in communications, Conklin received an invitation to the 2018 Senior Bowl in Mobile, where he caught two passes including a 16-yard over-the-shoulder touchdown pass from Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, whom the Buffalo Bills drafted at No. 7 overall. Conklin performed well at the 2018 NFL Combine and ranked second among all tight ends in the vertical, fourth in the broad jump, fifth in the three-cone drill, ninth in the 40-yard dash. Conklin was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. On May 5, 2018, Conklin signed a four-year contract worth $2.741 million, including a signing bonus of $281,032.
In the Vikings' season opener against the San Francisco 49ers, he had one reception for six yards in his NFL debut
Project Blue Earth SOS is an anime series consisting of six hour-long episodes. It was aired on the Japanese television network, AT-X, from July 2 to December 3, 2006, it was licensed by ADV Films for $180,000. In 2008, it became one of over 30 ADV titles transferred to Funimation Entertainment, it is an adaptation of a novel by science fiction illustrator Shigeru Komatsuzaki, written between 1948 and 1951. The entire series takes place in a version of the nineties redone into Retro-futurism, being behind in current technologies, far ahead in others. On January 1, 1995, a G-Reactive fighter plane was being tested, while it was hit by a mysterious rainbow light and disappeared. 5 years two boys, Billy Kimura and Penny Carter, meet at a train station where a new bullet train utilizing G-Reactive was being launched. However, to their shock, the train was hit by a rainbow beam of light, disappeared. After a series of events and acquaintances, the two boys discover that aliens were beginning to invade Earth.
Scientists developed the Sky Knight, a fighter plane capable of defending the world. As the extraterrestrials begin to invade, Billy and their comrades begin their attempt to save the human race from the alien menace. Billy Kimura Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe. Intelligent with an aggressively "take action" attitude, he doesn't like dogs much. Penny Carter Voiced by: Mitsuki Saiga. Just as intelligent and prone to impulsive action as Billy. Penny goes nowhere without Washington, a large dog, he doesn't have the financial resources that Billy does, so his solutions to problems are methods of ingenious improvisation. Lotta Brest Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi, she has been a close friend of Billy. She tags along with Billy even resorting to stowing away to achieve this end, she is fond of Myusha. Emely Voiced by: Sayaka Ohara. In practice, she functions more like a governess, being overseer. Intelligent and resourceful in her own right, she drives a customized pink hover car. Captain Clayton Voiced by: Masaru Ikeda.
Several years ago he was in charge of test flights for Trick Star, a new fighter jet equipped with a still experimental G-Reaction engine. During one of these flights, the fighter disappeared after reporting flying saucers. Since, Clayton has been trying unsuccessfully, to convince the Powers That Be of the necessity of being prepared to meet the threat of alien invasion. Dr. Brest Voiced by: Shinji Ogawa. One of the world's leading scientists, he has been charged with developing the technology. He is so wrapped up in his work that he sends Lotta to various functions in his place. James Voiced by: Yūji Ueda. Capable of flying anything with wings - or anything without wings for that matter; as long as it was designed to fly, he can fly it. During a test flight, he reported flying saucers, he hasn't been seen since. In a review for the first DVD volume, Anime News Network's Carl Kimlinger had called the show as a "throw back to the gee-wiz adventures of 50's B-cinema and the likes of Tom Swift". Although he does state that it has some of the cliches of an ordinary 50's alien action film.
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