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  1. Stanley Ralph Ross - Wikipedia

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    Stanley Ralph Ross (July 22, 1935 – March 16, 2000) was an American writer and actor. He was raised in Brooklyn , New York , starting his career in advertising With Chudacoff and Margulis Advertising in West Los Angeles, then soon going to work as a writer on various television shows such as the 1960s Batman series starring Adam West and also The Monkees , and developed Wonder Woman for television with Douglas S. Cramer .

  2. Stanley Ross - Wikipedia

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    Stanley Ross was a moniker used by American indie songwriter Nicholas Meiers based in Chicago, Illinois. Meiers is also the owner/operator of Nodak Records, a split seven inch vinyl label based in Chicago. Meiers began performing as Stanley Ross, solo or with a band, in 2004. He has performed in numerous bands over the years including Lardo, Soft Jolts, Devin Davis, Love Story in Blood Red, The Last Cannibals, Harbor Lights, and Barbeau. In 2011, Meiers appeared vocally on the debut album of Chi

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  4. Ralph Stanley - Wikipedia

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    Ralph Edmund Stanley was an American bluegrass artist, known for his distinctive singing and banjo playing. Stanley began playing music in 1946, originally with his older brother Carter Stanley as part of The Stanley Brothers, and most often as the leader of his band, The Clinch Mountain Boys. He was also known as Dr. Ralph Stanley. He was part of the first generation of bluegrass musicians and was inducted into both the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor and the Grand Ole Opry.

  5. Stanley Ralph Ross | SuperFriends Wiki | Fandom

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    As the voice of Grodd for the entire 3rd season (1978) and his 1983 appearance.
    As the voice of Nartan for the Season 3 (1978), episode: Doomsday.
    As the voice of an old Indian for the Season 3 (1978), episode: The History of Doom.
    As the voice of Doctor Frankenstein for the Season 4 (1979), episode: The Superfriends Meet Frankenstein.

    Notable voice credits include: 1. Babe: Pig in the City(1998, Live Action/Puppet Film) Doberman, Pitbull 2. Captain Planet and the Planeteers(1990, Animated Series) (additional voices) 3. Incredible Hulk, The(1982, Animated Series) Quasimodo in "When Monsters Meet" 4. InHumanoids(1986, Animated Series) Redlen 5. InHumanoids: The Movie(1986, Animated Film) Redlen 6. Paw Paws(1985, Animated Series) Dark Paw 7. Richie Rich(1980, Animated Series) (additional voices) 8. Space Stars(1981, Animated Series) (additional voices)

    The 1960's Batman TV series (1 episode, 1966) "The Bird's Last Jest" as Barney 'Ballpoint' Baxter(uncredited)
    The Man from U.N.C.L.E.(1 episode, 1966) "0011 Napoleon Solo" as a Beatnik
    Banacek(1 episode, 1972) "A Million the Hard Way" as Larry Fields
    In the movie, Candy Stripe Nurses(1974) as Dr. Kramer

    Rossdied of lung cancer on March 16, 2000 leaving behind a wife and three children. He was buried in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. His grave reads: Larger Than Life Beloved Son, Husband, Father, Grandfather STANLEY RALPH ROSS July 22, 1935 - March 16, 2000 "Thanks, I Had A Wonderful Time!"

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  6. Stanley Ralph Ross - Biography - IMDb

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    Acted as a regular in Falcon Crest (1981), Superior Court (1986), about 60 shows all together. More than 1000 commercials as a voice and was a regular voice on such cartoons as Red Planet (1994), Superman (1988), SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984), Challenge of the Superfriends (1978), Ri¢hie Ri¢h (1982), and many more.

    • July 22, 1935 in New York, New York, USA
    • Ballpoint Baxter
    • 6' 6" (1.98 m)
  7. Stanley Ralph Ross – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Ross nasceu em Nova Iorque numa família judia e cresceu no bairro do Brooklyn.[3] Na juventude, tinha interesse em livros e música e, em 1956, mudou-se para Los Angeles, onde trabalhou inicialmente nos correios e, mais tarde, como redator em várias agências de publicidade.[4] Em 1963, compôs um álbum de paródias musicais intitulado My Son, the Copycat, no qual também explorou o humor judaico.[5]

    No âmbito cinematográfico, seus primeiros papéis foram um muezim na comédia John Goldfarb, Please Come Home! (1974) e um cantor árabe no drama The Flight of the Phoenix (1975). Também interpretou Sears Wiggles em Sleeper (1973), Dr. Kramer em Candy Stripe Nurses (1974), Sgt. Ross em Helter Skelter (1976), um ator em Romantic Comedy (1983) e apareceu como ele mesmo no mocumentário Burn Hollywood Burn (1998).[6] Na televisão, trabalhou como roteirista de várias atrações. Na década de 1960, escreveu mais de vinte episódios da série Batman, incluindo um no qual interpretou um personagem mudo chamado Ballpoint Baxter.[1][6] Embora mais reconhecido por seu trabalho na referida série, ele também roteirizou episódios de The Monkees, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Columbo,[2] Tales from the Crypt e All in the Family,[7] cujo episódio "Oh, My Aching Back" rendeu-lhe uma indicação ao Emmy.[1] Ross envolveu-se em vários esforços para levar a heroína dos quadrinhos Mulher Maravilha à televisão. Em 196...

    Ross também era compositor e criou canções para a trilha sonora de alguns programas de televisão, tais como a série Columbo, na qual colaborou com músicos do calibre de Henry Mancini e Oliver Nelson.[9] Em 1977, compôs a música-tema da minissérie The Kalliaks, "Beat the System", cantada por Roy Clark.[10] Ross também fez uma incursão no teatro musical, escrevendo as letras, a música e o libreto do musical Chaplin, protagonizado por Anthony Newley.[2] Em colaboração com Jay Robert Nash, Ross é autor de The Motion Picture Guide, uma conjunto abrangente de enciclopédias de vários volumes, publicado pela primeira vez em meados da década de 1980,[11] contendo críticas e dados sobre praticamente todos os filmes feitos até o momento da publicação; mais tarde adquirido pela News Corp de Rupert Murdoch, foi lançado em CD-ROM e passou a formar o banco de dados cinematográficos do CD Cinemania, da Microsoft.[2] Ele também gravou audiolivros, como A Book of the Five Rings (baseado na obra O Liv...

    Stanley Ralph Ross morreu em Los Angeles em 16 de março de 2000, devido a um câncer de pulmão, deixando sua esposa Neila, três filhos e uma neta.[2] Foi enterrado no Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary, em Culver City, na Califórnia.[7]

  8. Stanley Ralph Ross | Hey Kids Comics Wiki | Fandom

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    Mar 16, 2000 · Stanley Ralph Ross was a script writer who contributed to good portion of the episodes of the series Batman and the majority of episodes of the series Wonder Woman. Whil working for Greenway Productions on batman in 1967 he was approched to write a script for a pilot for a Wonder Woman series.

  9. Stanley Theater (Utica, New York) - Wikipedia

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    Originally owned by the Stanley-Mark Strand Corporation chain (founded by brothers Mitchel H. Mark and Moe Mark), the Stanley Theatre (and entire movie theatre chain) was purchased three days before opening by Warner Brothers. The company was eager to showcase its products on as many screens as possible. The theatre opened on September 10, 1928, with the silent movie Ramona starring Dolores del Río. Thomas W. Lamb, a prolific theatre architect, designed the 2,963 seat cinema for the Mastbaum chain of theatres. The theatre was named for Stanley, one of the Mastbaum brothers. While Lamb and his firm designed over 300 theatres worldwide, he is considered to be somewhat of a local, having owned a camp in the Adirondacks. (His great grandson lives in the Albanyarea today.) The Stanley was built in less than 13 months on the expanding southern edge of downtown, some four blocks away from Utica's theatre district. Unfortunately, all the theatres located there were razed during the Urban Re...

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    1. Stephen R. Zogby -President 2. Honorable Ralph Eannace, Jr. -Vice President 3. Lisa Betrus -Vice President 4. Maria Alberico Brindisi- Vice President 5. John Savage -Treasurer 6. Linda Voce -Assistant Treasurer 7. John Jadhon -Secretary

    Media related to Stanley Theater (Utica, New York)at Wikimedia Commons 1. Stanley Center For The Arts Website 2. City of Utica - Stanley Theater 3. Stanley Center for the Artsat Cinema Treasures 4. Board of Directors

  10. List of Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives personnel - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of personnel who participated in the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program under the Civil Affairs and Military Government Sections of the Allied armies between 1943 and 1946. "Expertise" attempts to indicate each person's background and suitability for MFAA at the time of their recruitment; many achieved even greater things ...

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