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      • Charles Henry Stapley (23 July 1925 – 8 January 2011) was an English actor, best known for playing Ted Hope in the television soap opera Crossroads. He also appeared in various theatrical roles, in The Benny Hill Show, and in a television version of The Adventures of Robin Hood in which he took 26 different roles.
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  1. Ted Hope - Wikipedia

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    Ted Hope (born 1962) is an American independent film producer based in New York City. He is best known for co-founding the production/sales company Good Machine , where he produced the first films of such notable filmmakers as Ang Lee , Nicole Holofcener , Todd Field , Michel Gondry , Moisés Kaufman , and Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini , among others.

  2. Charles Stapley - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charles Henry Stapley (23 July 1925 – 8 January 2011) was an English actor, best known for playing Ted Hope in the television soap opera Crossroads.

  3. Good Machine - Wikipedia

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    Good Machine was an American independent film production, film distribution, and foreign sales company started in the early 1990s by its co-founders and producers, Ted Hope and James Schamus. David Linde joined as a partner in the late 1990s and also started the international sales company Good Machine International. [1]

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    • Vivendi (2001-2002)
  4. Adventureland (movie) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Adventureland is a 2009 American romantic comedy-drama movie.It is set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in summer 1987. It was produced by Sidney Kimmel, Anne Carey and Ted Hope. It was written and directed by Greg Mottola.

  5. In March 2014, Noah Cowan, former executive director of the Toronto International Film Festival, became executive director of the SFFS and SFIFF, replacing Ted Hope. Prior to Hope, the festival was briefly headed by Bingham Ray , who served as SFFS executive director until his death after only ten weeks on the job in January 2012. [3]

  6. List of Crossroads characters - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    Tish Hope Joy Andrews 1967 1980 Ted Hope Charles Stapley 1968 1979 Rev. Peter Hope Neville Hughes: 1968 1972 Vince Parker Peter Brookes 1968 1975 Gerald Lovejoy William Avenell 1968 1974 Rita Witton Jo Richardson 1968 1976 Sandra Gould/Stevens Diane Keen: 1968 1971 Bernard Booth David Lawton 1969 1979 David Hunter Ronald Allen: 1969 1985 Terry ...

  7. About Me | Hope For Film

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    Prior to Fandor, Hope was the Executive Director of the San Francisco Film Society where he successfully raised significant new sponsorship funding, expanded the San Francisco International Film Festival’s offerings to include the innovative Artist to Entrepreneur (A2E) program and launched their new Fall Awards event.

  8. A Dirty Shame - Wikipedia

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    A Dirty Shame is a 2004 American satirical sex comedy film written and directed by John Waters and starring Tracey Ullman, Johnny Knoxville, Selma Blair, Chris Isaak, Suzanne Shepherd and Mink Stole.

  9. Hope (surname) - Wikipedia

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    David Hope, Baron Hope of Thornes (b. 1940), Archbishop of York (1995–2005) Dolores Hope (1909-2011), singer, philanthropist and wife of Bob Hope Danielle Hope (b. 1992), singer and actress

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