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Where is Río Bravo?
Between USA and Mexico. Río Bravo, is the name given in Mexico to the river known in the United States as the Rio Grand
How many individual Academy Awards did Walt Disney win?
22. Walt Disney was a pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations.
Where was the animated series "Maya the Bee" produced?
Japanese. Animated series "Maya the Bee" was made in 1975 in studio Zuiyo Enterprise (Nippon Animation) in Japan (Original title: "Mitsubachi Māya no bōken"). The cartoon is modeled on deutsch writer Waldemar Bronsel's book entitled: "Maya the Bee and Her Adventures". Original movie series consists of two seasons (all 104 sections)
Who directed "Persona", "Fanny and Alexander" and "Wild Strawberries"?
Ingmar Bergman. Bergman is recognized as one of the most influential and accomplished directors of all time. He directed more than 60 films and received numerous international awards.
Which planes were used in the "Top Gun" movie?
F-14 Tomcat. F-14A Tomcat is a two-seat naval fighter, which was replaced in 2006 by F-18 Hornet. The movie tells a story of young naval aviators aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. After the film's release, the US Navy stated that the number of young men who joined wanting to be Naval Aviators went up by 500 percent.
Who played C-3PO?
Anthony Daniels is an English actor and mime artist. He is best known for playing C-3PO in the Star Wars film series. He is the only actor to have appeared in all of the major films in the series, as well as its many spin-offs .
What was Marilyn Monroe's real name?
Norma Jeane Mortenson. Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson. Her stage name was selected by Ben Lyon, a 20th Century-Fox executive who was responsible for her first studio contract, and Monroe herself. The first name was picked by Lyon, who was reminded of Broadway star Marilyn Miller; the last was picked by Monroe after her mother's maiden name.