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In Focus 04/12/22: Riley County Commissioner John Ford

Tuesday’s program featured KMAN’s monthly visit with representatives from Riley County. This episode, Commissioner John Ford joined the program and discussed the ongoing fire danger in the northern part of the county. He also talked about the upcoming budget process and the board’s recent meeting with the area’s legislative delegation.

Lakewood Rededicating John Ford Stadium On Saturday

It’s been about a year since construction on the new field turf and all-weather track started at Lakewood High, and John Ford Stadium is finally ready for its closeup. The Lancers football program is rededicating the stadium on Saturday with a ceremony and alumni game to celebrate the event. The current football team will take the new field around 4:30 p.m. before the cheer team and band perform.
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David Lynch Will Play John Ford in Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Fablemans’

Forgive me for taking my time with this one, but I wanted to get to the bottom of this peculiar casting announcement. Steven Spielberg’s upcoming autobiographical drama, “The Fabelmans,” has just added none other than David Lynch to a cast that already includes Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Paul Dano, Gabriel LaBelle, and Julia Butters.

Is David Lynch Playing Famed Western Director John Ford In Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans?

"West Side Story" (and every other movie you've ever loved) director Steven Spielberg is gathering a pretty impressive cast for his upcoming film "The Fabelmans." The latest to join — and this is a really big one, folks — is director David Lynch. You know his work from "Dune" (no, not this one, the other one), "Twin Peaks," and "Mulholland Drive." He's joining a cast that includes Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Paul Dano, Judd Hirsch, Julia Butters, Oakes Fegley, Nicolas Cantu, Isabelle Kusman, and Robin Bartlett. Newcomer Gabriel LaBelle will play Sammy Fabelman, a young aspiring filmmaker and a fictionalized version of the teenaged Steven Spielberg himself.
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John Ford

John Ford, 69, died unexpectedly in his home on Jan. 10, 2022. He was born July 1, 1952 in Martinsburg, WV, the son of John Clay Ford and Kathryn Louise (Custer) Ford. John graduated from South Hagerstown High School in 1970 after which he attended Shepherd College before transferring to the University of Maryland-College Park, where he earned the Bachelor of Music degree in Voice and Opera. John, who was adored by his family, friends, and colleagues for his warmth, kindness, sense of humor, and engaging personality, was a passionate and skilled singer with a commanding and rich bass voice. He was a section leader at Second Presbyterian Church for the past 12 years; before that at Centenary UMC, Richmond and St. John's Episcopal Church, Roanoke. He was active in the Southwest Virginia Opera during the 1980s and after moving to Richmond in the early 1990s he sang with Centenary Classics, The James River Singers, the Richmond Men's Chorus, and regularly sang for Lessons and Carols at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church and Good Friday Service at St. Benedict RCC. John worked in numerous sectors during his life, retiring in 2019 from Virginia Credit Union.

John Wayne Estate Remembers His Lasting Friendship With John Ford & Costar Ward Bond With Throwback Pic

The legend of John Wayne perhaps wouldn’t be what it is today without the help of two of his close friends — John Ford and Ward Bond. If you are a fan of classic television, then there is a good chance that you have seen John Wayne on your TV screen. As a matter of fact, Wayne — also referred to as “The Duke” — is regarded as one of the most iconic actors of all time. He particularly shined when it came to Western and war movies. It’s said that in total, Wayne was a part of more than 80 films.

Behind The Scenes: John Wayne & John Ford On The Set Of THE GREEN BERETS

Directed by John Wayne, Ray Kellogg and an uncredited Mervyn LeRoy, The Green Berets is a Vietnam war movie which caused quite a bit of controversy when it opened in 1968. Released while the war in Vietnam was still raging, The Green Berets was John Wayne’s attempt at rallying support for the conflict and the United States government saw it as a great piece of pro-war propaganda.

One NFL Star Turned from the Gridiron to Westerns, Even Working with John Ford in 1960

Woody Strode played in the NFL, then transitioned to a career in Hollywood. For athletes in today’s world, that’s an impressive resume. However, Strode played for the LA Rams in the 40s and took his first credited role in 1951. That role, in the film The Lion Hunters, was his fourth overall and just one of nearly one hundred film and TV appearances. The United States of that era was like a different world. For some, it was a much harsher world than the one we see today. The fact that Strode was of Black and Indigenous ancestry makes his transition to Hollywood and subsequent success that much more impressive.

John Ford retires after 20 years on Lynn School Committee

LYNN — Before the official business started Thursday night, the Lynn School Committee celebrated one of its longest-serving members, John Ford, who is stepping down after 20 years. Ford is The post John Ford retires after 20 years on Lynn School Committee appeared first on Itemlive.

SpiritWorld drop cinematic new video for The Bringer Of Light: ​“John Ford meets ​’70s horror”

Ahead of the release of November’s Pagan Rhythms album, death-westerners (their words) SpiritWorld have just shared an epic new video for The Bringer Of Light. Says band mastermind Stu Folsom of the ambitious new video: ​“The film for The Bringer Of Light has been a long time in the making. The director, Todd Hailstone, and I met in high school. He roadied on my first band’s first tour and we lived together at the infamous Hammer Lane junkyard squat when we were young, dirt poor and wild as fuck. It was incredible to reconnect artistically after all these years and hand the reins over to someone that I have spent hours punishing with my plans for the fiction and film sides of the SpiritWorld project.

Effingham County football's John Ford previews ECHS @ Richmond Hill

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Texan John Ford Coley Recounts Days With England Dan

Throughout his more than 50 years in music, John Ford Coley has recorded a wide range of styles from Americana to soft and psychedelic rock, but is perhaps best remembered for songs like I’d Really Love To See You Tonight and Nights Are Forever Without You with his successful 70’s duo England Dan and John Ford Coley. After the duo disbanded in 1980, Coley never slowed down and he continues to tour and tell his stories. Leading up to his appearance at The Texan Theater Greenville on October 2nd, John Ford Coley talked to Notably Texan with many tales to tell.

Behind The Scenes: John Wayne & John Ford On The Set Of THE SEARCHERS

Has there ever been filmmaking duo quite like John Wayne and John Ford? You could potentially argue a few pairings – but the Wayne and Ford partnership delivered 14 films between 1939 and 1963, leading to some of the best work of their respective careers. The finest of these is likely the 1956 western, The Searchers.

John Ford Coley Is Coming To Parx In Bensalem This Week

John Ford Coley, calls the DVN office to talk about his appearance September 17 2021 at Parx .The show will be with Ambrosia . “Well we changed everything around, we are now doing Lithuanian Disco Polkas now, , with a strong back beat on five and seven. Tubas and stuff like that,” he deadpanned He was joking but if you were not not ready for it, you might take him serious for a brief second. “We play a lot of the songs you are familiar with. Ambrosia plays “How Much I Feel”, and Peter Becket is “Baby Come Back”. Becket was with the band Player.
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John Ford Coley Returns to Fishstock Aug. 15

John Ford Coley is best known as half of the Grammy-nominated duo England Dan & John Ford Coley. Active throughout the 1970s, they released 11 albums and nine singles during their career and stormed the charts with their 1976 single, “I’d Really Love to See You Tonight,” a No. 2 pop hit and a No. 1 adult contemporary hit.