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“Marcello! Come here… Marcello!” Shouts the beautiful Anita Ekberg from the now infamous Trevi fountain in Rome. Little did Federico Fellini, the director of the film, know that the project he was working on in the late 1950s would get this famous and become a pop culture classic movie and status, all the while summing up on the various lists of google’s search engine of 763 more words
WHETHER you were good at history or not at school, then the date 1066 should be indelibly etched on your ancestral DNA.
October 14 of that year was the conquest by Duke William of Normandy of these shores – changing the course of Britain, sweeping away the Dark Ages and bringing us into more enlightened times. 373 more words
Follow the art house trail back fifty years and you might find yourself enjoying Russ Meyer’s “The Immoral Mr. Teas” at the Guild 45th or Brigitte Bardot in Vadim’s “And God Created Woman” at the Beaux Arts. 388 more words