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  • The church scenes are filmed at St Leonard's, which is most famous for being the burial ground of many actors from the Tudor period.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Favors' upward trending was second only to that of Leonard's, which is typical to that of a sleeper prospect who has to earn his starring role rather than be handed it from Day 1.

    CNN.com

  • Sent out last in the singles, he was forced to watch while, one hole ahead, the US team and their supporters broke all the rules of sportsmanship by prematurely celebrating Justin Leonard's long putt on the 17th green, but he re-established his own focus to beat his opponent, Payne Stewart, at the final hole.

    Cometh the Ryder Cup moment, cometh captain Colin Montgomerie

  • The pair worked together next on Tarantino's segment (The Man from Hollywood) of the poorly received portmanteau film Four Rooms (1995), and then on the low-key but wonderfully wise Jackie Brown (1997), an adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel Rum Punch.

    Sally Menke obituary

  • Hombre (1967), from Leonard's novel, again directed by Ritt, starred Newman as a man raised as an Apache who encounters prejudice on a stagecoach journey.

    Irving Ravetch obituary

  • And could this be a shout-to to Elmore Leonard's new novel Raylan?

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • Here's the setup: Gugino, who played one of Elmore Leonard's other most beloved characters in a short-lived ABC drama, shows up in Episode 2 as a Deputy Director Karen Goodall.

    Justified: 6 Reasons Why We're Pumped for Season 3

  • Leonard's relationship with Priya caused a divide in their friendship, but with Priya out of the country, and their relationship on the rocks, Penny and Leonard will make a go of having a normal friendship.

    Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki: Penny and Leonard Are the Loves of Each Other's Lives

  • The answer is yes, because the entire episode we just sat through was Leonard's daydream fantasy of thinking it through, which becomes more of a waking nightmare, because he dreams that it all falls apart again because he overthinks everything.

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • The only information provided will be the same as on Mr. Leonard's existing Black List, including a "log line," or pithy description of the project, and whether the project is represented by an agent or manager.

    In Search of a Movie Gem

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