The Scar (1919 film)
The Scar is a lost 1919 American silent film drama directed by Frank Hall Crane and starring Kitty Gordon. It was distributed World Film Company. Kitty Gordon as Cora Irving Cummings as George Reynolds Jennie Ellison as Mrs. Reynolds Eric Mayne as Hastings Charles Dungan as Cavanaugh Frank Farrington as Thaddeus Tabor Ruth Findlay as Frances Tabor Paul Doucet as Valdez David Herblin as Caryl Haskill Herbert Bradshaw as Willard Amelie Barleon as Cora's Maid The Scar on IMDb Synopsis at AllMovie
Scar is a village and farm complex on the island of Sanday in Orkney, Scotland. The B9068 road runs from Scar to Kettletoft; the Scar boat burial was found at the Crook Beach in 1985 and discovered in September 1991. Scar House, former windmill and former water mill are B listed buildings. Scar boat burial Scar farm complex, Westove
Scar Ridge known as Scar Ridge, is a mountain located in Grafton County, New Hampshire. It is part of the White Mountains, it is trailless and several different routes are possible. Scar Ridge is flanked to the west by Loon Mountain, to the northwest by Black Mountain, to the east by Mount Osceola. Scar Ridge stands within the watershed of the Pemigewasset River, which drains into the Merrimack River, into the Gulf of Maine at Newburyport, Massachusetts; the northeast side of Scar Ridge drains into the Hancock Branch, a tributary of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River. The southwest side of Scar Ridge drains into Telford Brook, Mack Brook, Little East Pond Brook, all of which drain into Eastman Brook, thence into the Pemigewasset. List of mountains in New Hampshire White Mountain National Forest New England Hundred Highest
Scars (Allison Iraheta song)
"Scars" is the second single from the debut album, Just Like You, of American Idol season eight finalist Allison Iraheta. It was written by Elyssa James. Gad produced the track. Reception of "Scars" has been positive. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Slezak wrote "Meanwhile, ballads like the understated Scars and the bluesy Trouble Is separate Iraheta from questionably abled Miley/Selena contemporaries. Girl. Can. Sang!". Kelsey Paine from Billboard.com agreed writing "soulful tunes like "Scars" and the bluesy "Trouble Is" showcase the raw talent that made Iraheta a star on "Idol" and set her apart from other young pop upstarts."AOL Radio writer Sara D Anderson praises Scars, noting "'Scars' is one of the many songs critically appraised off her debut album that showcases her husky yet powerful vocals and spunky attitude." Iraheta performed the song on February 25, 2010, on the Top 24 elimination episode of the ninth season of American Idol. She performed an acoustic version of the song on JoJo Wright's radio show JoJo on the Radio on KIIS-FM.
Due to Iraheta's popularity in Asia, Iraheta headlined concerts in Manila and Bali, performing'Scars' at both. The song was featured on the TV special Monster High: New Ghoul @ School. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Scar is the eighth studio album by Joe Henry, released in May 2001 on Mammoth Records. Co-produced by Craig Street, it marked another shift in direction for Henry's music, a foray into the genres of jazz and soul music; the opening track is a homage to comedian Richard Pryor, according to Henry's essay "The Ghost in the Song," he was "called by a vision" to collaborate with free jazz artist Ornette Coleman. Henry wrote: Henry convinced Coleman to record a solo for the track "Richard Pryor Addresses a Tearful Nation," and contributed a reprise at the end of the album as a hidden track. Henry discusses his interactions with Coleman at length as the last part of a 2016 interview. Another track of note is a tango written by Henry, his wife, sent an early demo of the track to her sister Madonna, who re-used the lyrics for "Don't Tell Me". Henry quips during live gigs that "I recorded my version as a tango, she recorded hers as a hit". Lizz Wright recorded a jazzy take on "Stop" which she included in her 2005 release Dreaming Wide Awake an album produced by Craig Street and recorded by S.
Husky Höskulds. All songs written except where noted. "Richard Pryor Addresses a Tearful Nation" – 6:21 "Stop" – 4:40 "Mean Flower" – 4:50 "Struck" – 5:24 "Rough and Tumble" – 4:53 "Lock and Key" – 4:46 "Nico Lost One Small Buddha" – 3:23 "Cold Enough to Cross" – 3:12 "Edgar Bergen" – 6:03 "Scar" / hidden track: "Richard Pryor Reprise" – 14:22 Joe Henry – vocals, keyboards, percussion Marc Ribot – guitar Bobby Malach – reeds David Piltch – bass Brian Blade – drums, percussion Ornette Coleman – alto saxophone solo Brad Mehldau – piano Meshell Ndegeocello – bass Abe Laboriel Jr. – drums "Orchestra" on tracks 1, 4 and 9: Bobby Malach – reeds Sandra Park – violin, concertmaster Sharon Yamada – violin Robert Rinehart – viola Elizabeth Dyson, Gene Moye – cello Stacey Shames – harp Eric Charleston – vibes, percussion Orchestra arranged and conducted by Steven Barber
Scars (Basement Jaxx album)
Scars is the fifth studio album by English electronic music duo Basement Jaxx. It was released in September 2009 by record labels Ultra and Interscope. Three singles were released from the album: "Raindrops", "Feelings Gone" and "My Turn"; the track "Twerk" features lyrics adapted from Michael Sembello's song "Maniac". Buxton recalls their time collaborating with Yoko Ono: " was cool. We were told she would arrive bang on time and leave when she was supposed to, and she did. She's disciplined; the weird thing working with her, I thought she'd come in being all Yoko Ono and she came and asked'What do you want me to say or sing?' Luckily I'd written some surreal poem and said,'You could read this along to the music.'"In an interview, Felix Buxton stated that the album Scars were all the things that the band had been through and physically. Felix told Rolling Stone Australia they named the album after he was mugged for his bicycle in Brixton, London in 2008, he revealed: "I wasn't badly hurt. It's one of the scariest moments of my life.
Scars are the things that stay with you and that incident gave me one." Scars was preceded by the release of two singles from the album: "Raindrops", released on 22 June 2009, "Feelings Gone", on 8 September. Scars was released on 21 September 2009 by record labels Ultra and Interscope. One final single was released: "My Turn", on 14 December; the songs "Raindrops" and "My Turn" were included in the 2010 series of concerts with Metropole Orkest which led to the 2011 album Basement Jaxx vs. Metropole Orkest; the single, "Saga" featuring Santigold was appeared as soundtrack in EA Sports game, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. The album was given a score of 69 out of 100 from Metacritic based on 19 reviews, a much lower score than their first three albums. URB wrote, "if you're wondering what electronic music is missing, look no further: Scars should serve as a reminder that Basement Jaxx are an essential piece of the puzzle."David Jeffries of AllMusic wrote: "there's nothing here you could write off as true filler, but that perfect flow that made their masterpieces so thrilling is missing", but ended by calling it "a worthwhile throwback to the freak attitude that kicked off their career over a decade earlier."
Matthew Perpetua of Pitchfork gave the album a rating of 7.2 out of 10 and called the album "evidence of true artistic growth", but noted that " successes share space with creative cul-de-sacs and uninspired genre exercises". PopMatters' Evan Sawdey wrote that "though the Jaxx will continue to rack up left-field hits and critical acclaim for years to come, both Scars and Crazy Itch Radio show that the group's innovative streak has come to an end." He noted that "though they can still produce utterly awe-inspiring tracks now and it appears that Basement Jaxx are struggling under the pressure to come up with another stone-cold masterpiece". In his Consumer Guide, Robert Christgau gave the album a two-star honorable mention and stated that it's "As good as their cameos as usual, led by Yo Majesty, Ms. Paloma Faith, worthy of domestic consumption", while picking out two songs from the album, "Twerk" and "Day of the Sunflowers"
Scars (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)
"Scars" is the twentieth episode of the second season of the American television series Agents of S. H. I. E. L. D. Based on the Marvel Comics organization S. H. I. E. L. D. Revolving around the character of Phil Coulson and his team of S. H. I. E. L. D. Agents as they make contact with a secretive community of Inhumans, it is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The episode was written by Brent Fletcher and Drew Z. Greenberg, directed by Kevin Tancharoen. Clark Gregg reprises his role as Coulson from the film series, is joined by series regulars Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Nick Blood, Adrianne Palicki; the episode ties into the film Avengers: Age of Ultron. "Scars" aired on ABC on May 5, 2015, according to Nielsen Media Research, was watched by 4.45 million viewers. In flashbacks to the previous year, it is revealed that Sam Koenig has been overseeing the secret Theta Protocol project, which involves refurbishing Fury's disused helicarrier; this helicarrier is used by the Avengers and Fury to rescue thousands of civilians from Sokovia during Ultron's attempt to destroy the world.
In the present, Coulson is allowed to be the director of SHIELD again due to his role in saving the Sokovians. The council become his advisors. Still unable to trust Coulson, Mack resigns from SHIELD. Skye tells Coulson and May that Jiaying is her mother and that Eva and Katya Belyakov were Inhumans, May admits the truth about the Bahrain incident to Coulson. Raina is revered by the other Inhumans for her precognitive powers, becomes content with her new form and abilities; when she mentions to Gordon that she had a vision of a stone with the ability to become a liquid, he and Jiaying explain that this is the Monolith, a Kree weapon intended to eradicate the Inhumans. Gordon's attunement to Kree technology leads him and Raina to the Monolith, in the Iliad's cargo hold. Hunter sees them, they are forced to flee to evade capture, after which the council plan to find the Inhumans, considering them a threat. Using salvaged Hydra technology, Weaver is able to trace Gordon's teleportation and determine Afterlife's location.
Gonzales suggests they attack, but Coulson instead sends Skye and Lincoln to liaise with the Inhumans and arrange a meeting between him and Jiaying. Raina has a vision of SHIELD attacking Afterlife after the meeting, begs Gordon to let her represent the Inhumans instead of Jiaying. Convinced that Raina is manipulating the other Inhumans and planning to seize power, Jiaying has her placed under house arrest; the council insist that Coulson should not meet with Jiaying due to his lack of objectivity concerning Skye, Gonzales is nominated to stand in. SHIELD personnel travel to Afterlife in quinjets, but Morse's plane is hijacked by Palamas posing as May, she takes Morse to a remote location, when Morse tries to escape, Ward appears and shoots her with an Icer. At Afterlife, Cal surrenders to SHIELD as a gesture of goodwill from the Inhumans. Meeting in private, Jiaying shows Gonzales a Terrigen crystal, explaining that the Inhumans have never been able to remove the Diviner metal properties, making the Terrigen they produce lethal to humans.
She shatters the crystal, the Terrigen mist petrifies Gonzales, after which she shoots herself with his gun, tells Skye and the other Inhumans that he tried to kill her. In an end tag Ward and Palamas plan to torture Morse, in revenge for giving Palamas' location to Whitehall, which Morse did to ingratiate herself with Hydra. In March 2015, Marvel announced that the twentieth episode of the season would be titled "Scars", to be written by Rafe Judkins and Lauren LeFranc, with Bobby Roth directing. In March 2015, Marvel revealed that main cast members Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Nick Blood, Adrianne Palicki would star as Phil Coulson, Melinda May, Grant Ward, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Lance Hunter, Bobbi Morse, respectively, it was revealed that the guest cast for the episode would include Henry Simmons as Alphonso “Mack” Mackenzie, Ruth Negga as Raina, Patton Oswalt as Sam/Billy Koenig, Kyle MacLachlan as Cal, Edward James Olmos as Robert Gonzales, Jamie Harris as Gordon, Christine Adams as Agent Weaver, Mark Allan Stewart as Agent Oliver, Maya Stojan as Kara/Agent 33, Dichen Lachman as Jiaying, Luke Mitchell as Lincoln Campbell, Alicia Vela-Bailey as Alisha, David Douglas as Michael and Crystal Coney as scientist.
Vela-Bailey and Coney did not receive guest star credit in the episode. Simmons, Oswalt, MacLachlan, Harris, Stewart, Stojan and Mitchell reprise their roles from earlier in the series. Following the events of "The Dirty Half Dozen" leading up to the opening scene of the film Avengers: Age of Ultron, this episode deals with the aftermath of the film, containing "plot threads and other connective tissue" with it. Comparing this tie-in to first season tie-in to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, executive producer Jeffrey Bell said, "Our stories have to stand on their own. We’re not getting blown up like we were last year with Hydra and Captain America, but some elements or some things from the movie do affect some of the relationships in our episodes moving forward, in an interesting and constructive manner." "Scars" was first aired in the United States on ABC on May 5, 2015. For the final twelve episodes of the season Marvel once again ran the "Art of..." initiative, in which an image was released the Thursday before the episode aired, depicting a first look at a key event from the upcoming episode, with the seas