Disco Fever known as Jukebox, is a 1978 American film directed by Lamar Card about a nightclub owner who plans the comeback of an ex-teen idol. Cybil Michaels is the manager of a disco. One night she spots Richie Desmond, a contemporary of Frankie Avalon and Fabian, who has come in for a drink, she proposes he make a comeback attempt and Richie is interested, but he rejects her sexual overtures. Richie falls for Jill but has to deal with Jill's jealous ex, the manager; the manager wants to launch a disco singer, Tommy Aspen, at a party, going to take place on a plane, fitted with a stage. Richie wants to sing new material and Cybil assures him she is supportive, she offers up a new contract and bribes Richie's manager, Brian Parker, to get Richie to sign the contract. Richie does so at Brian's urging. Cybil tells Richie he must play his old material on the plane. Richie is upset but Cybil points out she has full creative control over his career for the next seven years. On the plane Richie performs his new song, to the chagrin of Tommy.
It is a big success. Fabian as Richie Desmond Casey Kasem as Brian Parker Phoebe Dorin as Cybil Michaels Susette Carroll as Renny Lawrence Rick Goldman as Ned Stiner Michael Blodgett as Tommy Aspen Tanya George as Connie Kate Netter as Jill George Barris "King of the Kustomizers" as himself Shirley Barris as herself Irwin Schaeffer as himself Tanya Lemani as Celeste Joel Kramer as Danny Stephanie Black as Brenda Joji Barris as Michelle Shotzi Barris as Frank Jack Parker as Lawyer Schaeffer Eduardo Nieto Deborah North The film was based on a story by George Barris, who produced. Barris was best known as a car customiser whose work appeared in films, he would produce movies. It was known during filming as Jet Set Disco. "Moving on" - Composed and Arranged by Jack Allocco "My Turn to Fly" - Composed by Gary Verna and Jack Allocco, Arranged by Jack Allocco "Carry on, Carry on" - Composed by Gary Verna and Jack Allocco, Arranged by Jack Allocco "Till I Get Through to You", Composed by Gene Nelson and Paul Nelson, Arranged by Jack Allocco "Rain Dance' Written by Kathy Kurasch and Suzi Maddox One critic said "Fabian is unconvincing... the money men couldn't afford good script writers, a variety of sets or good, reliable actors."
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Mohammad-Ali Allahdadi was a Brigadier General in the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and a military officer in the Quds Force. A veteran of Iran–Iraq War, he was killed in January 2015 Mazraat Amal incident. Still a teenager, Allahdadi joined Irregular Warfare Headquarters, an irregular warfare unit under command of Mostafa Chamran, as a guerrilla. After fighting in Operation Tariq al-Qods, he moved to Ground Forces of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps's 41st Sarallah Division of Kerman as Lieutenant Colonel, under Qasem Soleimani. During the war, he was promoted to Colonel, he was involved in Balochistan conflict. In circa 2012, he was asked by previous Major General Qasem Soleimani to serve in Syrian Civil War. Allahdadi was an adviser to the Syrian army, he was killed alongside six Hezbollah Fighters. Following his death, the Revolutionary Guard released a statement saying "Zionists should await devastating thunder of the IRGC" and Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a "warning letter" to Israel via United States.
A senior Israeli security source told Reuters "Israeli forces believed they were attacking only low-ranking Hezbollah members". Israel has not commented on the attack. Ten days after his death, Hezbollah launched an attack on an Israeli military convoy in the Shebaa Farms area. 2015 Southern Syria offensive was code-named "Allahdadi for Quneitra Martyrs"
The Chief of the Royal Danish Navy is the professional head of the Royal Danish Navy. The position was held by the Admiralty and Commissioners College, which existed from 1660 until the end of absolute monarchy in 1848. Following the end of absolutism, the Minister for the Navy was created becoming the highest position in the Navy. With the collection of the Ministry of the Navy and the Ministry of War in 1905, command of the navy was moved again. Following the creation of the Defence Command in 1969, the commands for the three branches was collected, giving power to the Chief of Defence. On 1 January 2019, as part of the Danish Defence Agreement 2018–23, the Danish name was changed Naval Command; the current Chief of the Naval Command is Rear admiral Torben Mikkelsen. Chief of Defence Chief of the Royal Danish Army Chief of the Royal Danish Air Force
Marge and Jeff is an early American sitcom broadcast Monday through Friday on the DuMont Television Network during the 1953-1954 television season. The main claim to fame of this series is the fact that, unlike many other American sitcoms of the 1950s, it appeared every weekday at 7:15 pm ET, after Captain Video and His Video Rangers during its original run; the show was written by Marge Greene. Each episode was 15 minutes long; the series, at one point, received a Neilson rating of 13.6. The series was set in the living room and kitchen of characters Marge and Jeff, who were accompanied by their dog Paisley. Costing just $5,000 a week to produce and aired on 40 stations, the series used a mix of rehearsed and ad-lib dialogue, based on a scenario written by Marge Greene, it was a local Philadelphia-aired series titled Marge and Fred. At least 27 episodes exist at the UCLA Film and Television Archive, four at the Paley Center for Media. UCLA records show that the show never had a commercial sponsor and instead featured public service announcements.
Some of the existing episodes survived because it directly followed Captain Video, kinescoped, with Marge and Jeff preserved on the same 30-minute reel of film. UCLA records indicate that several episodes were repeated in July 1954. For example, the September 28, 1953, episode was repeated on July 20, 1954; this indicates. This is noteworthy because DuMont's archive was destroyed by a successor company after the network ceased broadcasting, there has been speculation as to which shows DuMont had considered worth keeping. List of programs broadcast by the DuMont Television Network List of surviving DuMont Television Network broadcasts 1953-54 United States network television schedule Mack & Myer for Hire The Trouble with Tracy I Married Joan David Weinstein, The Forgotten Network: DuMont and the Birth of American Television ISBN 1-59213-245-6 Alex McNeil, Total Television, Fourth edition ISBN 0-14-024916-8 Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh, The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network TV Shows, Third edition ISBN 0-345-31864-1 Marge and Jeff on IMDb Marge and Jeff at The Interviews: An Oral History of Television Marge and Jeff at CTVA List of surviving Marge and Jeff episodes DuMont historical website
Daniel Alfonso Castillo is an American mixed martial artist. A professional MMA competitor since 2007, Castillo has made a name for himself fighting in California, he is a former lightweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He fights out of Sacramento and trains with Urijah Faber at Ultimate Fitness. In May 2013, Danny opened P2O Hot Pilates & Fitness in Sacramento, CA. Castillo began training MMA when he joined the wrestling team at his high school in suburban Sacramento, his vice principal, the wrestling coach, told Castillo that if he joined the team, he would not call his mother after seeing Castillo in trouble. Castillo claims he was scared his first day at practice, "I got the kicked out of me that day, but after that, I wasn't nervous at wrestling practice ever." After leaving private school, Castillo graduated from Laguna Creek High School and attended Menlo College. His nickname "Last Call" was given to him in college due to his ability perform decently in his team's offseason morning runs albeit having been consuming massive amounts of alcohol until the last call.
He made his professional debut in November 2007, fighting twice in the month, winning both fights via first round submission. After going 3-0, Castillo signed to fight on the Palace Fighting Championship's seventh card, he fought Andy Salazar winning via submission due to his tough pound. He won his fifth straight fight after defeating Isaiah Hill. With the win, Castillo was signed with the WEC. Castillo made his debut against Donald Cerrone at WEC 34. Cerrone defeated Castillo via first round armbar submission. Castillo fought Rafael Dias at WEC 36, winning via TKO in the second round. Four months Castillo fought Phil Cardella at WEC 39. Castillo won the fight via split decision. Castillo defeated Ricardo Lamas, winning his third straight WEC fight. Castillo was defeated by Shane Roller via third round submission at WEC 44. Castillo looked to rebound from his loss to Roller when he fought Anthony Pettis at WEC 47, but lost via KO after getting caught flush with a head kick. Castillo defeated WEC newcomer Dustin Poirier via unanimous decision on August 18, 2010 at WEC 50.
Castillo next faced Will Kerr on December 16, 2010 at WEC 53. He won the fight via KO in the first round. In 2016 Castillo defeated Curtis Brown by rear naked choke in Mexico at the ME resort. In October 2010, World Extreme Cagefighting merged with the Ultimate Fighting Championship; as part of the merger, all WEC fighters were transferred to the UFC. On December 31, 2010, Castillo became a contracted UFC fighter, signing a four-fight deal with the promotion. In his UFC debut, Castillo fought Joe Stevenson on March 3, 2011 at UFC Live: Sanchez vs. Kampmann. Castillo won via unanimous decision. Castillo faced Jacob Volkmann on August 14, 2011 at UFC on Versus 5, he lost the fight via unanimous decision. Castillo faced Shamar Bailey on November 19, 2011 at UFC 139. Bailey came in 3 pounds over, which resulted being fined 20 percent of his earnings, the bout took place at a catchweight of 158 lb. Castillo won the fight via TKO in the first round. Castillo faced Anthony Njokuani on December 30, 2011 at UFC 141 on five weeks notice, replacing an injured Ramsey Nijem.
Throughout the fight Castillo scored several suplex takedowns and looked to smother his opponent on the ground. He won the fight via split decision. Castillo faced John Cholish on May 5, 2012 at UFC on Fox 3, he defeated Cholish via unanimous decision. Castillo was expected to face Michael Johnson on September 1, 2012 at UFC 151. However, after UFC 151 was cancelled, Castillo/Johnson was rescheduled and took place on October 5, 2012 at UFC on FX 5. After a dominant first round put in by Castillo, where he nearly finished Johnson via strikes and with a submission attempt, he was knocked out cold with a counter left at 1:06 of the second round. Castillo faced Paul Sass on February 16, 2013 at UFC on Fuel TV: Barão vs. McDonald. Castillo used ground and pound en route to a unanimous decision victory. Castillo was expected to face Bobby Green on July 27, 2013 at UFC on Fox 8. However, in mid-July, Green was replaced by Tim Means, he won the fight via unanimous decision. Castillo faced Edson Barboza on December 14, 2013 at UFC on Fox 9.
After a dominant first round by Castillo, Barboza was able to rally over rounds two and three, defeated Castillo via majority decision in a bout that earned both participants Fight of the Night honors. Castillo was linked to a bout with Isaac Vallie-Flagg on April 26, 2014 at UFC 172. However, the UFC removed Vallie-Flagg from the bout in favor of a match up with Takanori Gomi, while Castillo instead fought against Charlie Brenneman. Castillo won the fight via knockout in the second round. Castillo was expected to face Tony Ferguson on August 2, 2014 at UFC 176. However, after UFC 176 was cancelled, Castillo/Ferguson was rescheduled and took place on August 30, 2014 at UFC 177. Castillo lost the forth fight via split decision. Castillo was expected to face Rustam Khabilov on January 3, 2015 at UFC 182. However, Khabilov was replaced by Paul Felder. Castillo lost the bout via knockout due to a spinning backfist in the second round. A rescheduled bout with Rustam Khabilov was expected to take place on July 25, 2015 at UFC on Fox 16.
However, for a second time, Khabilov was removed from the pairing due to alleged visa issues. Castillo faced Jim Miller at the event, he lost the fight by split decisi