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  1. www.imdb.com › name › nm0004193Debbie Rochon - IMDb

    Debbie Rochon, Producer: Model Hunger. Debbie Rochon grew up in British Columbia, Canada. She was a child of the streets and victim of much abuse until she accidentally ended up in a featured extra role in Paramount's Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (1982)! The event changed her life, and she saved enough money to move to New York City and study acting. After many years ...

    • November 3, 1968
  2. Actress | Epic Movie Jamia Suzette Mays was born in Bristol, Tennessee, to Susan (Norris) and James Mays, and was raised in Grundy, Virginia with her older brother and sister. Her father was a high school teacher at Grundy Senior High School for seven years, before spending 25 years working in the coal-mining industry....

  3. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is an American television miniseries created by Malcolm Spellman for the streaming service Disney+, based on Marvel Comics featuring the characters Sam Wilson / Falcon and Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier. It is the second television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, sharing ...

    • Captain America and the Winter Soldier
    • Malcolm Spellman
  4. The Hairy Bird (also known as Strike! and All I Wanna Do) end with blurbs describing the somewhat ironic fates of the main characters. The Gulf War film Three Kings has a brief montage like this, mentioning that one character is now a Hollywood war movie consultant

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    • Background
    • Lucifer's True Vessel
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    Born May 2, 1983, the same birth date as Eric Kripke's son.
    Son of John & Mary Winchester; younger brother of Dean Winchester and older half-brother of Adam Milligan
    He is named after his grandfather Samuel Campbell
    Unlike John and Dean, Sam's musical preferences seem to bend more towards '80s hair rock/metal opposed to '70s classic rock, evident is his enjoyment of Bon Jovi and Vince Vincente and Ladyheart. W...

    Consent:Yes 1. In 5.03 Free to Be You and Me, Sam is revealed to be Lucifer's true vessel. 2. In 5.04 The End, Dean is teleported five years into the future, it is revealed Sam of 2014 said "yes" to Lucifer in Detroit. Lucifer kills Future!Dean. 3. In 5.22 Swan SongSam says "yes" to Lucifer in order to force him back into Hell. 4. It is revealed that Sam, with the aid of the Impala which resurfaced certain powerful memories, could in fact resist Lucifer; thanks to the Impala, some of his memories were triggered which allowed him to regain control of his body. 5. Surprisingly enough, despite the weighting odds, Sam manages to absorb the memories of his experiences in Lucifer's Cage, and was able to resist them from decimating him for a period of time. 6. Lucifer once again attempts to use Sam as his vessel in 11.10 The Devil in the Detailsin order to escape the cage. However, despite mental and physical torture, Sam stalwartly refuses to consent to Lucifer again, and Lucifer is force...

    Sam has been shown to possess talents such as telekinesis and precognitive abilities (manifesting as visions). As the series progressed, Sam has learned to further develop his powers allowing him to exorcise demonsfrom their human vessels and eventually to kill demons.

    Age 6 months: Sam is visited in his nursery by the Yellow-Eyed Demon, who drips demon bloodinto his mouth. When Mary interrupts him, the demon kills her, pinning her to the ceiling and setting the house on fire. John saves Sam and Dean carries him from their burning home. that is the reason for him having demon blood. Age 6: Left in Dean’s care in a motel room in Fort Douglas, Wisconsin while John is on a hunt. While a bored Dean leaves briefly, Sam is attacked by a shtriga, but is rescued by John. Age 8: Dean and Sam are again on their own in a motel in Broken Bow, Nebraska on Christmas Eve. Until this age Sam believes his mother died in a car accident, and doesn't know John is a hunter. On finding John’s Journal, Sam confronts Dean, who confirms that supernatural beings exists, that one killed their mother and that their father hunts them. Age 9: Sam befriends a zanna / imaginary friend named Sully. Age 11/12: Sam is sent to live with Bobby for two months while John is on a hunt a...

    Sam is 22 and about to enter law school, when Dean turns up unexpectedly at his apartment in Palo Alto. The two have not spoken for some time (see Canon Discrepancies for how long). But their father is missing, and Dean asks Sam to help find him. After a weekend of searching, Sam returns to the apartment he shares with Jessicaonly to find that she has been killed in the same manner as his mother. This spurs Sam to embark on a journey to find their missing father and get vengeance on the demon...

    In the beginning of the second season, Sam takes a more active role in the hunting. He tells Dean that this is what their dad would have wanted him to do. the Yellow-Eyed Demon's plans for Sam are still unknown. Dean and Sam meet with three people that John once knew: Ellen Harvelle, her daughter Jo, and their computer genius associate Ash. They assist the brothers in their hunting. In 2.05 Simon Said, Sam displays immunity to Andy Gallagher's power of mind control. He is also immune to the d...

    Throughout season three Sam's quest is to find the loophole in Dean's contract with the crossroads demon in order to save Dean from going to Hell. For a while, Sam is quietly and fondly exasperated about Dean's hedonistic tendencies, but Dean's borderline suicidal behavior is bothering him a lot. Sam tries everything in his power to save Dean, he even goes as far as to summon the crossroad demon and shoot her with the Colt. He receives unlikely help from Ruby, a demon who reveals that not eve...

    Sam is seen holding The Klaww of Death in 1.01 Pilot.
    Sam uses a stainless steel Taurus PT-92 9mm pistol (similar to the Beretta M92 on which Taurus based this gun) with mother-of-pearl grips, and uses a pistol grip 4-shelled 12 gauge Ithaca Pump shot...
    He owns what appears to be a Dell Precision M65 laptop, which he uses to gather information for hunts. The first time he uses the laptop is in the second episode "Wendigo" where he plays a video me...
    Sam also appears to own a Verizon-branded Motorola Q which has on at least one occasion been used to visually track unseen ghosts. (As seen in "Hollywood Babylon.")
    Sam and Dean had matching tattoos on their left breast that prevented them from being possessed by ordinary demons, although in 9.10 Road Trip Sam's tattoo was burned off by Castiel in order for Cr...
    Sam uses "Ruby's knife" to kill demons. Bobby says he has never heard of a blade that could kill demons. Dean says, according to Henry Winchester, that the knife is "an ancient demon-killing knife...

    Events in the series and prior to it as far as they are known are collected in the Timeline. 1. Sam 8.0- Photo Essay/Analysis of the Development of Sam's Character in Seasons 1 through 8 by Nightsky. 2. Dylan Kingwell Interview- An exclusive interview of Dylan Kingwell (Young Sam) in "Just My Imagination" by Alice Jester and Nightsky from The Winchester Family Business. 3. A Closer Look at Sam's Bedroom- An article by Karen on The Winchester Family Business site. 4. Breathtaking Shots of Sam Winchester- A collection of the most breathtaking photos and film shots of Sam, Episodes 1.1 to 15.13 by Nightsky for The Winchester Family Business. 5. A Deeper Look at S3 Samby Alice Jester for The Winchester Family Business. 6. A Deeper Look at S5 Samby Alice Jester for The Winchester Family Business. 7. A Deeper Look at S6 Samby Alice Jester for The Winchester Family Business. 8. A Deeper Look at S7 Samby Alice Jester for The Winchester Family Business. 9. A Deeper Look at S8 Sam, Part 1by A...

  6. The auteur directors of the 1970s—aka the "whiz kids," "wunderkinder," and "Hollywood brats"—entered the industry at a time when, as Thomas Schatz has noted, Hollywood was desperately searching for its bearings. 122 What they offered was fresh creative talent and adaptability to a system in the midst of radical change.