Lynn Anderson

Lynn Rene Anderson was an American country music singer known for a string of hits from the late 1960s to the 1980s, most notably her worldwide mega-hit "Rose Garden". Anderson's crossover appeal and regular exposure on national television helped her become country music's first mainstream female superstar in the early 1970s. In 1970, she became the first female country star to appear on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and, in 1974, the first to headline and sellout Madison Square Garden in New York City. Anderson was among the most awarded female country recording artists of her era, her version of "Rose Garden" stands as one of the most successful crossover recordings of all-time. Anderson charted 12 No. 1, 18 Top 10, more than 50 Top 40 hit singles. In addition to being named "Top Female Vocalist" by the Academy of Country Music twice and "Female Vocalist of the Year" by the Country Music Association, she won a Grammy Award, People's Choice Award and an American Music Award. Record World, one of three major industry trade magazines at the time, named Lynn Anderson'Artist of the Decade' for 1970-80.

Additionally, Anderson was the first female country artist. All genres combined, she was the #13 music artist of the 1970s according to Joel Whitburn and the highest ranking country artist not yet in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. According to Kyle Young, CEO of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, "Anderson's television background and her ability to bring show-business dynamism to recordings and concert performances helped her achieve crossover success. With talent and tenacity, the country music star brought increased visibility to the genre." She continued to record and remained a popular concert draw until her death headlining major casino showrooms, performing arts centers, theaters. Lynn Anderson was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, she was raised in Fair Oaks, California, she was the daughter of country music songwriters Liz Anderson. Lynn Anderson's great-grandfather was born in Norway. In life, Anderson met her Norwegian relatives through the Norwegian TV series Tore på sporet.

Anderson became interested in singing at age six. She had her first success in the horse show arena in and around California, where she won a total of 700 trophies, including the "California Horse Show Queen" title in 1966. In her teens, she performed on the local television program Country Caravan. In 1965, she was working as a secretary at Top 40 radio station KROY in Sacramento, when one of her mother's compositions, " Strangers", was recorded by Merle Haggard and became a No. 10 country hit. Her mother signed with RCA Victor as a country music recording artist that year. While accompanying her mother to Nashville, Anderson participated in an informal sing-along in a hotel room with country stars Merle Haggard and Freddie Hart. One of the people present at the sing-along, Slim Williamson, owned Chart Records, a local record label. Williamson invited her to record for his label, she began recording for Chart in 1966. In 1966, Lynn Anderson released her debut single, "For Better or for Worse", a duet with Jerry Lane which did not chart.

Her first charting single and her third release on the Chart Label, "Ride, Ride", hit the Country Top 40. She had her first major hit single, "If I Kiss the following year, it peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard country chart. It was followed by another Top 5 hit, "Promises, Promises", from an album of the same name, which spawned a second Top 10 hit, "No Another Time", in 1968, she released "Mother May I", a Top 25 duet that she recorded with her mother. In 1967, Lynn Anderson became a regular performer on The Lawrence Welk Show and toured with the Welk Road Show, her appearances on the show redounded to her benefit. Because of the Welk show's widespread appeal, she achieved success on the pop charts. In 1969, as her popularity grew, she left the Welk show in favor of sporadic guest appearances. In 1968, Anderson married songwriter and producer Glenn Sutton, who produced and wrote many of her records during her tenure with Columbia, their marriage lasted nine years. Anderson released her biggest hit single under the Chart label, "That's a No No", which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Chart in 1969.

Soon after, she left the label. Chart Records continued to release Lynn Anderson singles through the end of 1971, including five Top 20 hits: "He'd Still Love Me", "I've Been Everywhere", "Rocky Top", "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" and "I'm Alright". After signing with Columbia in 1970, Anderson released the Joe South song, " Rose Garden", which became a major crossover pop hit in 1970 and early 1971; the song was produced by her husband Glenn Sutton. Anderson had to do some arm-twisting to get her producer-husband to allow her to record the song. Sutton was concerned that "Rose Garden" was a song to be sung by a man, with the line "I could promise you things like big diamond rings", it was Columbia executive Clive Davis who determined the song would be Anderson's next single released. The single peaked at No. 1 on

El mejor papá del mundo

El mejor papá del mundo is a 1941 black and white Argentine drama. It explores a son's gradual realization that his father is far from perfect, conveys a message hostile to global capitalism. El mejor papá del mundo was a black and white Lumiton film directed by Francisco Múgica and written by Sixto Pondal Ríos, it starred Elías Isaac Alippi, Ángel Magaña and Nuri Montsé. The film was released on 14 March 1941; the film depicts the changing relationship between his young son. The son graduated from college and planning to follow in his father's footsteps discovers the large gap between his idealized image of his father and the reality; the father, who represents an international firm, is involved in a complex web of interests that places his professional ethics in doubt. The film conveys the view that the interests of international monopolies and the Argentine oligarchy are counter to the national interest; the film is interesting in giving a view of life in high society in Argentina of that time.

Manrupe and Portela described the film as simple and sobering, with an early anti-imperialist message, noted that it drew on Mario Soffici's earlier film Kilómetro 111 for a boardroom scene. La Mañana de Montevideo described it as fast-paced and interesting, always nuanced, with fine comic and emotional notes; the complete cast was: Citations Sources

Ann Colis

Ann Lorraine Maniego Colis known as Ann Colis, is a Filipino beauty pageant titleholder, crowned Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2015, elevated to Binibining Pilipinas Globe 2015 after the Binibining Pilipinas Charities, Inc. acquired the franchise for Miss Globe in August 2015. Colis, was Binibini #24 at the Binibining Pilipinas 2015 pageant, she was a 20-year-old lass from Mexico, Pampanga who studied in the University of Santo Tomas with a degree in Management Accounting. She has been working as runway model for quite some time now, she was trained under Queens. She is doing modeling in the United States. Ann won the Binibining Pilipinas Tourism 2015 title for the supposed Miss Tourism Queen International together with the Binibining Pilipinas 2015 batch of winners: Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, Janicel Lubina, Christi Lynn McGarry and Rogelie Catacutan. BPCI acquired the Miss Grand International franchise with the Binibining Pilipinas Grand International 2015 title handed to Parul Shah, last year's Binibining Pilipinas Tourism winner.

Miss Colis was upgraded from Binibining Pilipinas Tourism to Binibining Pilipinas Globe titleholder giving her the right to represent the Philippines at the Miss Globe 2015 pageant scheduled in Toronto, Canada on October 8. The night of October 8, 2015 at the Rose Theatre Brampton in Toronto, Colis was and unanimously crowned as Miss Globe 2015