Jean Kelly - translation to german
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Jean Kelly - translation to german

Jean Kelly

Jean Kelly      
Jean Kelly, Eugene "Gene" Kelly
Gene Kelly         
  • An American in Paris]]'' (1951)
  • Kelly's senior picture from the 1933 yearbook of the [[University of Pittsburgh]]
  • Plaque honoring Gene Kelly at his ''alma mater'', the University of Pittsburgh
  • Kelly, photographed by [[Allan Warren]], in 1986
  • Jerry]] of [[Tom and Jerry]] in ''Anchors Aweigh'' (1945), a performance which changed at least one critic's opinion of Kelly's skills.
  • Hello, Dolly!]]'' (1969)
  • Inherit the Wind]]'' (1960)
  • [[Michael Kidd]], Kelly, and [[Dan Dailey]] in ''[[It's Always Fair Weather]]'' (1955), directed by Kelly and [[Stanley Donen]], their last collaboration
  • Kelly in rehearsal with [[Sugar Ray Robinson]] and assistant [[Jeanne Coyne]] (his future wife) in the [[NBC]] ''Omnibus'' television special ''Dancing is a Man's Game'' (1958)
  • Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, and Gene Kelly from a [[lobby card]] for ''Singin' in the Rain''
  • ''[[Singin' in the Rain]]'' trailer: [[Donald O'Connor]], [[Debbie Reynolds]] and Kelly (1952)
Eugene Curran Kelly; Gene Curran Kelly; E. C. Kelly; Gene kelly
Jean Kelly (amerikanischer Tänzer, Schauspieler, Sänger)
Machine Gun Kelly         
  • Memphis Airport]] and [[Oklahoma City]] for his trial for the kidnapping of [[Charles F. Urschel]], October 2, 1933
  • Kathryn and George Kelly receive life sentences for the Urschel kidnapping, October 12, 1933
  • Kelly's hideout at 1408 Rayner Street in Memphis, Tennessee (2010)
  • Gravestone, marked "George B. Kelley"
George Kelly (gangster); George "Machine Gun" Kelly; Urschel Kidnapping; Machine Kelly; George R. Kelly; Machine-Gun Kelly; Machine Gun Kelley; Machine-Gun Kelley; Machinegun Kelly; George Kelly Barnes
Machine Gun Kelly, George Kelly Barnes (1895-1954) legendärer amerikanischer Gesetzloser aus den 1920ern (war verwickelt in Bankräube, Entführungen usw.)


Jean E. Sammet
<person> Author of several surveys of early programming languages, refererred to in many entries in this dictionary. E-mail: Relevant publications include: [Sammet, Jean E., "Programming Languages: History and Fundamentals", P-H 1969. QA76.5 .S213]. The definitive work on early computer language development. [Sammet, Jean E., "Programming Languages: History and Future", CACM 15(7):601-610, Jul 1972]. [Sammet, Jean E., "Roster of Programming Languages" Computers & Automation 16(6):80-82, June 1967; Computers & Automation 17(6):120-123, June 1968; Computers & Automation 18(7):153-158, June 1969; Computers & Automation 19(6B):6-11, 30 Nov 1970; Computers & Automation 20(6B):6-13, 30 Jun, 1971; Computers & Automation 21(6B), 30 Aug 1972; Computing Reviews 15(4): 147-160, April 1974; CACM 19(12):655-669, Dec 1976; SIGPLAN Notices 13(11):56, Nov 1978]. (1998-10-03)


Jean Louisa Kelly

Jean Louisa Kelly (born March 9, 1972) is an American actress and singer. After making her film debut as Tia Russell in Uncle Buck (1989) alongside John Candy, she appeared in a wide range of other films including The Fantasticks (1995) and Mr. Holland's Opus (1995). From 2000 to 2006, she portrayed Kim Warner on the CBS sitcom Yes, Dear.