James Earl Jones - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Earl Jones - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Earl Jones         
  • Jones with Dame [[Angela Lansbury]] in 2013
  • Shakespeare's]] ''[[Othello]]'' at the [[White House]] Evening of Poetry, Music, and the Spoken Word on May 12, 2009
  • Jones and [[Jill Clayburgh]] in the stage production of "[[Othello]]" at the [[Mark Taper Forum]] in Los Angeles, California on April 9, 1971
  • Jones with President [[George H. W. Bush]] and First Lady [[Barbara Bush]] in 1992
  • Jones's father, [[Robert Earl Jones]], in promotional still for the [[Langston Hughes]] play ''Don't You Want to Be Free?'' (1938)
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James Earl Jones, (geboren 1931) schwarzamerikanischer Film- und Shakespeare Bühnenschauspieler
Jim Jones         
  • alt=Leo Ryan, a middle aged man wear a suit and tie.
  • alt=Cecil White and Jim Jones, both wearing trench coats, stand together in front of a doorway.
  • alt=Jim Jones shakes hands with Cecil Williams with a large picture of Martin Luther King Jr. in the background.
  • alt=A white building with blue trim sits at the corner of an intersection.
  • alt=A smiling family of three.
  • alt=Dozens of small white buildings lined in rows at the edge of a jungle.
  • alt=A smiling group of mostly African-American standing in the street in front of a building clapping their hands.
  • The logo of the Peoples Temple, founded by Jones
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Jim Jones, (1931-78) Anführer der Sekte "The perople´s Temple" der seine Nachfolger in Guyana in ein Massenselbstmord maneuvrierte
Jimmy Carter         
  • Carter's Boyhood Farm]], in [[Plains, Georgia]]
  • Carter signing the [[Airline Deregulation Act]], 1978
  • Newly elected [[governor of Arkansas]] and future president [[Bill Clinton]] meets with President Carter in 1978.
  • Anwar Sadat, Jimmy Carter and Menachem Begin meet at Camp David on September 6, 1978.
  • Carter and [[Leonid Brezhnev]] signing the SALT II treaty at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, June 18, 1979
  • [[Deng Xiaoping]] with President Carter
  • First Lady [[Rosalynn Carter]], Tanzanian leader [[Julius Nyerere]], and Carter, 1977
  • Carter, Israeli Prime Minister [[Menachem Begin]] and [[Zbigniew Brzezinski]] in September 1978
  • Carter and President [[Gerald Ford]] debating at the [[Walnut Street Theatre]] in [[Philadelphia]], November 1976
  • Frederick Hart]] (1994)
  • Carter standing alongside Israeli Prime Minister [[Menachem Begin]], during his 1979 visit
  • The electoral map of the 1976 election
  • Electoral map of the 1980 election
  • [[Farah Pahlavi]], [[Empress of Iran]], holds Jimmy Carter IV while Rosalynn Carter, Caron Carter and Chip Carter watch, January 1978.
  • 'Former US President Jimmy Carter Builds Homes Despite Black Eye From Fall' – October 8, 2019, video from [[Voice of America]]
  • Carter with [[Rosalynn Smith]] and his mother at his graduation from the [[United States Naval Academy]] in [[Annapolis, Maryland]], June 5, 1946
  • Carter in [[Plains, Georgia]], 2008
  • Carter in 1988
  • Carter's official portrait as Governor of Georgia
  • Shah of Iran]] in 1977
  • King [[Khalid of Saudi Arabia]] and Carter, October 1978
  • Carter with Nigerian leader [[Olusegun Obasanjo]] on April 1, 1978
  • National Portrait Gallery]], Washington DC. Portrait by Robert Templeton.
  • Carter discussing his legacy and the work of the [[Carter Center]] on the eve of his 95th birthday.
  • Carter (third from left) with [[Martti Ahtisaari]], [[William Hague]], and [[Lakhdar Brahimi]] from The Elders group in London, July 24, 2013.
  • state funeral of George H. W. Bush]] in December 2018. Carter and his wife Rosalynn can be seen on the far right of the photograph.
  • Countries visited by Carter during his presidency
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·adj Of or pertaining to Jones.


James Earl Jones
James Earl „Todd“ Jones (* 17. Januar 1931 in Arkabutla, Tate County, Mississippi) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler.
Aussprachebeispiele für James Earl Jones
1. It's James Earl Jones doing the voice, although not initially.
How Star Wars Conquered the Universe _ Chris Taylor _ Talks at Google
2. I go hear James Earl Jones doing "Fences" with a Harlem accent,
Cinematic, Theatrical Journeys and The Story Behind Gauhar _ Lillette Dubey _ Talks at Google
3. No, you've got to have James Earl Jones as Darth Vader.
How Star Wars Conquered the Universe _ Chris Taylor _ Talks at Google
Beispiele aus Textkorpus für James Earl Jones
1. On Thursday, the city will premiere a '0–minute documentary titled "The Clinton 12" narrated by James Earl Jones.
2. The play, which featured a Tony–winning performance by James Earl Jones, ran for more than a year.
3. The book was required reading for students in dozens of states and was made into a TV movie starring James Earl Jones.
4. Talkshow diva Oprah Winfrey was fourth while James Earl Jones, the actor perhaps best known for supplying the voice of inter–galactic villain Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies, was fifth.
5. Like the ball diamond, not much has changed in Dyersville since the film crew and stars like James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta and Burt Lancaster invaded this small eastern Iowa town.