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    • Bernard Montgomery - Wikipedia
      • ˈæləmeɪn /; 17 November 1887 – 24 March 1976), nicknamed " Monty " and " The Spartan General ", was a senior British Army officer who served in both the First World War and the Second World War. Montgomery first saw action in the First World War as a junior officer of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.[[RUBATO]]ˈæləmeɪn \/; 17 November 1887 – 24 March,a junior officer of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
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  2. Monty Montgomery (producer) - Wikipedia

    Monty Montgomery. Born. ( 1963-07-04) July 4, 1963 (age 57) United States. Occupation. Film director, producer, screenwriter, actor. Monty Montgomery is an American film producer, director, actor and screenwriter. Montgomery is best known for such films as Wild at Heart, The Portrait of a Lady and The Loveless.

  3. Monty Montgomery Net Worth & Bio/Wiki 2018: Facts Which You ...

    Mar 15, 2018 · Monty Montgomery Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018 American film director, screenwriter and producer. In the period 1978 to 1980, he made his debut as a "fringe" producer, and collaborated with the independent director Marcus Reichert, casting rock stars such as Mick Jagger, for the role of Antonin Artaud in Wings of Ash: Pilot for a ...

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  4. Monty Montgomery - IMDb

    Monty Montgomery, Actor: Mulholland Dr.. American film director, screenwriter and producer. In the period 1978 to 1980, he made his debut as a "fringe" producer, and collaborated with the independent director Marcus Reichert, casting rock stars such as Mick Jagger, for the role of Antonin Artaud in Wings of Ash: Pilot for a Dramatization of the Life of Antonin Artaud, and Deborah Harry (...

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    • July 4, 1963
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  5. Monty Montgomery at The Lemony Snicket Wiki
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    He was a kind-hearted, resourceful and passionate individual who loved caring for reptiles and various unorthodox pets. The Baudelaire childrens' experience living with him was probably the most pleasant throughout the series, since he became the closest thing of a new family to them. In the book, it is implied he has a bit of a vengeful side, saying he hopes Count Olaf is torn apart by wild animals someday before asking the Baudelaires, "Wouldn't that be satisfying?"

    Early Life

    In the books, Montgomery was described as a short chubby man with a round red face. He probably attended Prufrock Preparatory School, like all the other volunteers. He was, being on the fire-fighting side of V.F.D., a noble and kind man. Uncle Monty reveals he never had children or a wife because he had no time for it and was leaving the idea for later, but he said it kept slipping his mind. This is different from the film canon in which he had a wife and children, but they died in a fire. He...

    The Reptile Room

    Upon first meeting the Baudelaires, he gave them homemade coconut cream cake. The Baudelaires quickly became fond of him. Montgomery preferred to be called Uncle Monty by the orphans. He mentioned how he had planned to take them to Peru with his assistant, Gustav and that Gustav had mysteriously "resigned" the day before the trip (he was actually drowned in the Swarthy Swamp by Count Olaf). Montgomery unintentionally hired Count Olaf, disguised as a lab assistant named Stephano, as Gustav's r...

    Later books

    In The End, Montgomery is mentioned as "my herpetologist comrade", meaning Lemony Snicket's comrade, confirming he is a member of V.F.D. Kit Snicket mentions that he taught her to apply the Vapporetto of Favorite Detritus.

    In the film adaptation, he was portrayed by Billy Connolly.
    In the video game, he was voiced by Jay Gordon.
    In the Netflix series, he was portrayed by Aasif Mandvi.

    It is unknown where the name Montgomery came from, as there are many stories of its origin. It is possible that the name "Montgomery Montgomery" is a reference to Monty Python, a British comedy group. The children call him uncle "Monty" and him being a herpetological scientist that specializes in snakes may refer to "Python", a type of snake. It is also possible that the dual name, "Montgomery Montgomery" relates to Vladimir Nabokov's seminal novel, Lolita, in which the narrating character's name was Humbert Humbert. It is possible that the name "Uncle Monty" is a reference to the 1987 British cult film Withnail and I, in which there is a character named Uncle Monty, also portrayed as a fat, short man with a round, red chubby face.

    In the TV series, Montgomery Montgomery's mustache resembles that of Clash Royale's Electro Wizard.
    In the TV series, it is revealed Monty was locked in a piano with the Baudelaire parents, and Count Olaf took a picture of it.
    In the TV series, The Daily Punctilio publishes lies, claiming Montgomery Montgomery had "snake allergies" and died from them, and that he "hated snakes". It also tries to push the narrative that t...
    In the TV series, Montgomery was also shown to have a ticket taker ally who spliced the footage of Zombies in the Snow so that he can copy down the remaining message. In addition, Count Olaf had th...
  6. Monty 13 Reasons Why: What happened? His death explained ...

    Jun 10, 2020 · Monty was sent to prison after assaulting Tyler with a broom in season two. Clay is later told by Monty – the hallucination not the real person! – that when the other prisoners found out that Monty...

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  7. Monty - Wikipedia

    Monty Montgomery (producer) (born 1963), American film producer, director, actor and screenwriter Monty Norman (born 1928), singer and film composer best known for composing the "James Bond Theme" Monty Oum (1981-2015), American animator, director, and screenwriter

  8. Monte Montgomery - Wikipedia

    Montgomery authored music for the criminal drama Arc (2006) In 2008, Monte appeared on the music show Live From Daryl's House. [ citation needed ] In 2004, Alvarez Guitars created the MMY1 Monte Montgomery Signature Guitar, a model based on Montgomery's 1987 Alvarez-Yairi DY62C Acoustic-Electric Guitar.

  9. Trapt - Wikipedia

    In March 2010, Trapt said they were wrapping up the recording process of their new record with producer Johnny K. No Apologies was released on October 12, 2010. The first single, "Sound Off", was available on iTunes on July 20, 2010. Another song, "Stranger in the Mirror", was released for free from the band's Facebook page August 11, 2010.

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