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Larry Hooper

Retrieved 2008-08-24. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "Larry Hooper and Jo Ann Castle on YouTube". Larry Hooper at Find a Grave Lawrence Welk Show...

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The Men Who Stare at Goats (film)

Hopgood, Django led the training of a New Earth Army, with Lyn Cassady and Larry Hooper as his top students. The two quickly developed a lifelong rivalry because...

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Sleeper hit

popularity, despite music industry scorn; cover versions (including one by Larry Hooper and the Lawrence Welk orchestra) were quickly rushed into production...

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Lawrence Welk

("Stony Stonedwell"), Champagne Lady Alice Lon ("Alice Lean") and Larry Hooper ("Larry Looper"). Welk was not amused, and when he met Freberg years later...

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Kevin Spacey filmography

2009 Moon GERTY (voice) Duncan Jones 2009 The Men Who Stare at Goats Larry Hooper Grant Heslov 2010 Father of Invention Robert Axle Trent Cooper Also producer...

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Tobe Hooper

British Film Institute cited Hooper as one of the most influential horror filmmakers of all time. Born in Austin, Texas, Hooper's feature film debut was the...

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The Lawrence Welk Show

years it was on ABC were The Lennon Sisters, Joe Feeney, Steve Smith, Larry Hooper, Jo Ann Castle and electric guitarist Buddy Merrill, just to name a few...

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Bob Smale

1969 when two of the show's pianists, Frank Scott and Larry Hooper, left the program. (Hooper would fill in for Smale from time to time before rejoining...

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The Men Who Stare at Goats

of the psychic soldier program and Lyn's mentor. Kevin Spacey plays "Larry Hooper"—a wholly fictional character—who is a former psychic soldier now running...

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Larry Smith (cinematographer)

Larry Smith is a British cinematographer. Born in London, he is known for his work with Stanley Kubrick, Tom Hooper and Nicolas Winding Refn. Smith had...

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Oh Happy Day (1952 song)

Orchestra (whose version featured a now-famous basso profondo lead vocal by Larry Hooper) and The Four Knights, were also released; for a time in 1953, all three...

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Tom Hooper

Thomas George Hooper (born 5 October 1972) is a British-Australian film and television director and producer. Hooper began making short films as a teenager...

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Bob Lido

many humorous novelty songs with fellow Welk stars such as Aladdin, Larry Hooper and Charlie Parlato. He also led a revival of the Hotsy Totsy Boys, one...

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Hooper (film)

2011. Hooper at the American Film Institute Catalog Hooper at AllMovie Hooper at IMDb Hooper at Box Office Mojo Hooper at Rotten Tomatoes Hooper at the...

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The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

Massacre is a 1974 American slasher film directed by Tobe Hooper and written and co-produced by Hooper and Kim Henkel. It stars Marilyn Burns, Paul A. Partain...

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Oh Happy Day (disambiguation)

"Oh Happy Day" (1952 song), the pop song made famous by Don Howard and Larry Hooper Oh Happy Day (Don Patterson album), 1969 Oh Happy Day (Glen Campbell...

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The Funhouse

Carnival of Terror) is a 1981 American slasher film directed by Tobe Hooper, written by Larry Block and starring Elizabeth Berridge, Kevin Conway, William Finley...

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Andrew Madoff

became engaged to Catherine Hooper, claiming that they met after his separation, although that has been disputed. Madoff and Hooper announced their plans to...

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Airfone

Broomfield, CO – April 15, 2013 Verizon Airfone website Jack Goeken By Larry Hooper From the November 08, 2000 CRN[permanent dead link] Airfone Transition...

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Stix Hooper

Nesbert "Stix" Hooper (born August 15, 1938) is an American drummer and founding member of The Crusaders. Hooper developed an interest in music, drums...

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Larry Hooper

Lawrence "Bullfrog" Hooper (July 22, 1917 in Independence, Missouri – June 10, 1983 in Los Angeles, California) was an American musician and vocalist. He was best known to television audiences as part of The Lawrence Welk Show as a featured singer and pianist in Welk's orchestra.Born in Independence, Missouri and raised in Lebanon, Missouri, he joined the Welk band in 1948 when they were doing evening performances at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. His popularity was largely due to his basso profondo voice, renditions of "This Old House" and "Asleep In The Deep," and his sense of humor. He also achieved success with songs like "Oh Happy Day" (Hooper's 1953 recording of the song with the Welk orchestra was a top-5 hit for the orchestra), "Ding Dong Daddy" and "Minnie the Mermaid", a duet sung with Jo Ann Castle.Plagued with health problems for years, he left the show on sick leave in 1969 due to a heart condition, occasionally filling in with the orchestra when one of the other keyboardists got sick during that time frame. He returned full-time for the first show of the 1973-74 season (the "Tribute to Disney" episode, singing "Oh Happy Day"). It drew a huge emotional standing ovation from the audience and cast. He left the show for the final time in 1980 when his health began to fail again. Three years later, he died of kidney failure. In recent years, Hooper received new interest because of a video tape-loop played before Howie Mandel's stand-up shows of his singing "Oh Happy Day" for 20 minutes.


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