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  • 1989年12月31日
    Driving Miss Daisy

    Driving Miss Daisy is a 1989 American comedy-drama film adapted from the Alfred Uhry play of the same name. The film was directed by Bruce Beresford, with Morgan Freeman as Hoke Colburn and Jessica Tandy as Miss Daisy. The story defines Daisy and her point of view through a network of relationships and emotions by focusing on her home life, synagogue, friends, family, fears, and concerns over a 25-year period.、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2020041501356

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ Left to right: Marsha Norman, John Weidman, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, Alfred Uhry, and Stephen Sondheim..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022042405888

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ From left to right: Stephen Sondheim, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, John Weidman, Marsha Norman, and Alfred Uhry..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112704607

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ From left to right: Stephen Sondheim, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, John Weidman, Marsha Norman, and Alfred Uhry..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022042405881

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ Left to right: Stephen Sondheim, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, John Weidman, Marsha Norman, and Alfred Uhry..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022042405890

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ Left to right: Stephen Sondheim, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, John Weidman, Marsha Norman, and Alfred Uhry..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112704609

  • 2002年04月10日
    Playwrights‘ Licensing Relief Act of 2002 Introduced

    Washington, DC - April 10, 2002 -- Standing on the historic Elizabethan Theatre stage at the Folger Shakespeare Library, United States Senators Chuck Schumer (Democrat of New York) and Orrin Hatch (Republican of Utah), joined by Dramatists Guild President John Weidman and distinguished playwrights Stephen Sondheim, Alfred Uhry, and Marsha Norman, unveiled new bi-partisan legislation that gives playwrights collective bargaining rights and just compensation for their works. “In a marketplace increasingly dominated by large corporations, individual playwrights need to be able to stand together to collectively negotiate contracts,“ said Schumer. “There‘s no business like show business but without this protection, the playwrights will be out of business.“ Left to right: Marsha Norman, John Weidman, Senator Schumer, Senator Hatch, Alfred Uhry, and Stephen Sondheim..Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP、クレジット:CNP/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112704608

  • 2019年09月25日
    The Height of the Storm Opening - Arrivals.

    Opening night for The Height of the Storm at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre - Arrivals.Featuring: Guest, Alfred Uhry.Where: New York, New York, United States.When: 25 Sep 2019.Credit: Joseph Marzullo/WENN.com、クレジット:Joseph Marzullo/WENN.com/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019092706704

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