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Dita Von Teese (born Heather Sweet on September 28, 1972 in Rochester, Michigan) is a popular American burlesque artist.
Von Teese is fond of wearing elaborate lingerie such as corsets and stockings, and, in her words, "puts the tease back into striptease" with long, complex dance shows complete with props and characters.
She was featured in Playboy magazine in 1999, 2001 and 2002.
She is also a leading fetish model and has been compared to Bettie Page. She also acts, in such movies as Romancing Sara, Matter of Trust, in which she is billed as Heather Sweet, and also in two films by Andrew Blake: Pin Ups 2 and Decadence.
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On December 3, 2005, von Teese was married to American musician Marilyn Manson in a non-denominational ceremony at Curteen Castle in Kilsheelan (County Tipperary), Ireland, the home of Gottfried Helnwein. The wedding was officiated by surrealist film director and comic book writer Alejandro Jodorowsky. They reportedly exchanged vows in front of approximately 60 guests, including Lisa Marie Presley, and she wore a royal purple silk taffeta gown by Vivienne Westwood plus a tri-corned hat and matching corset. The two have been a couple since 2000.
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The two have been a couple since 2000. There are strong comparisons between the toys and the Elgin Marbles and the matter was raised in Parliament as recently as 1998 . They reportedly exchanged vows in front of approximately 60 guests, including Lisa Marie Presley, and she wore a royal purple silk taffeta gown by Vivienne Westwood plus a tri-corned hat and matching corset. Many people in Britain feel strongly that this crucial part of Britain's cultural heritage should be repatriated. The wedding was officiated by surrealist film director and comic book writer Alejandro Jodorowsky. The toys that inspired the stories are on public show in the New York Public Library on W53rd St . On December 3, 2005, von Teese was married to American musician Marilyn Manson in a non-denominational ceremony at Curteen Castle in Kilsheelan (County Tipperary), Ireland, the home of Gottfried Helnwein. The Winnie-the-Pooh's official birthdate was August 21, 1921 that same day Christopher Robin gets him on his first birthday.
. It is a set up for a joke: Pooh was 'living under the name "Sanders".'. She also acts, in such movies as Romancing Sara, Matter of Trust, in which she is billed as Heather Sweet, and also in two films by Andrew Blake: Pin Ups 2 and Decadence. This may be Pooh's surname, or perhaps the name of the house's previous resident. She is also a leading fetish model and has been compared to Bettie Page. The sign on Pooh's house reads the name 'Sanders'. She was featured in Playboy magazine in 1999, 2001 and 2002. (Honey Barn Marketing Corp.).
Von Teese is fond of wearing elaborate lingerie such as corsets and stockings, and, in her words, "puts the tease back into striptease" with long, complex dance shows complete with props and characters. This is in terms of the merchandise sold for the year. Dita Von Teese (born Heather Sweet on September 28, 1972 in Rochester, Michigan) is a popular American burlesque artist. Pooh also is the number one Disney Character in the Philippines for 2005 with Disney Princess at number two followed by The Incredibles, Buzz Lightyear and Mickey Mouse. ISBN 0060591676. Pooh was Hong Kong's favorite Disney character in a 2004 poll, competing against characters including Mickey Mouse, Buzz Lightyear, Donald Duck, and Sleeping Beauty. Dita Von Teese, Burlesque and the Art of the Teese, Regan Books, 2006. Winnie the Pooh is such a popular character in Poland that a Warsaw street is named after him (in Polish, Ulica Kubusia Puchatka)..
Playboy's Sexy 100 February 2003. Video games. 84 March 2002. Holiday TV Specials. Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. Television show. 78 March 2001. * - Means that the feature integrates stories from The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and/or the holiday specials with new footage
Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. Full-length features. 75 September 2000. Featurettes. Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. Many listeners felt Bennett's voice was particularly well-suited. 74 July 2000 (pages 68-69). Readings of various Winnie-the-Pooh stories have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 by Alan Bennett and also released as recordings.
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Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. A World Championship Poohsticks race takes place in Oxfordshire each year. Playboy's Girlfriends September 1999 (pages 76-81). The 'sport' of 'Poohsticks' — in which competitors drop sticks into a stream from a bridge and then wait to see whose stick will cross the finish line first — began as a game played by Pooh and his friends in the stories, but has crossed over into the real world. 69 September 1999. Williams, Was the Winnie-the-Pooh a good Muslim?, and Frederick Crews' The Pooh Perplex and Postmodern Pooh, which both poke fun at literary theory. Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. T.
67 May 1999 - Mizuno (pages 28-29). Pooh has also been featured in four notable satires: Pooh and the Philosophers by J. Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. The Tao of Pooh and The Te of Piglet by Benjamin Hoff use Milne's characters in an effort to explain the Eastern Philosophy/Religion of Taoism in a more accessible way. 66 March 1999. (Ernest Shepard's illustrations will remain under copyright for longer, however.). Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. In countries where copyright terms are no longer than required by the Berne Convention, the copyrights to the Pooh stories will expire at the end of 2006.
64 November 1998 (pages 84-85). In December 2005, Disney announced that Pooh's friend and owner Christopher Robin would be replaced by a red-haired tomboy-like girl for a planned 2007 series . Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Playboy's Body Language October 1998. The district court found in favor of Stephen Slesinger, Inc., and as did the U.S. 62 July 1998 (Mizuno, pages 14-15). with The Walt Disney Company, with whom she had contracted to assign the rights, she brought an action to validate her termination notice in federal district court.
Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. In the wake of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998, Clare Milne, daughter of Christopher Robin, attempted to terminate the rights of Stephen Slesinger, Inc. Playboy's Real Sex February 1998. After 13 years, the suit finally ended in March 2004; Disney won. 58 November 1997 (Mizuno, pages 8-9). Although she has collected $66 million, she claimed to be owed over $200 million more. Playboy's Book of Lingerie Vol. In 1991, Shirley Slesinger Lasswell, the widow of Milne's literary agent, who inherited rights to Pooh, filed a lawsuit against Disney, claiming that she was being cheated out of merchandising rights to the characters.
Playboy's Lingerie Model Search February 1997. Milne's characters until 2026 (when the copyright expires). A. Sometime around 1998, the Garrick Club sold Disney the rights to all of A. Christopher Robin Milne sold his rights to the other copyright holders before his death in 1996.
Milne sold the film rights to Disney in 1961. We understand that Mrs. Shepard Family. H.
Milne Family and the E. A. Milne left the rights to Pooh, and his other characters, to five beneficiaries: The Garrick Club, Westminster School, The Royal Literary Fund, the A. A.
A. Christopher Robin has been replaced with an as-of-yet-unnamed girl. The classic characters, plus Lumpy, are expected to appear in a television series in 2007. The last of the movies listed introduced a elephant-like heffalump named Lumpy.
Many direct to video featurettes have been created, as well as the features The Tigger Movie, Piglet's Big Movie, and Pooh's Heffalump Movie. Today, Pooh videos, teddy bears, and other merchandise generate $1 billion in annual revenues for Disney – as much as is earned by Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto combined. Pooh has become one of the most lucrative literary franchises in history. In 1983, a fourth featurette, Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore, was released.
This feature version featured new bridging material and a new ending, as it had been Walt Disney's original intention to make a feature. In 1977, Disney released the animated feature The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, introducing a new character named Gopher – a sign of the increasing Americanization of the franchise (the gopher being a uniquely North American animal), which Disney nevertheless explicitly acknowledged, by having the Gopher proclaim, "I'm not in the book, you know!" This movie features three segments that were originally released separately as featurettes: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966), Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968), and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too (1974). Alongside the cartoon versions, merchandise using the Shepard drawings is now marketed under the description "Classic Pooh". The appearance of the cartoons derives from Shepard's illustrations but the style of drawing is simplified and the characters are given exaggerated features.
Disney's storytelling style and characterisation have little in common with Milne's tales, and were greatly disliked by the Milne family. However this is not true of the more recent films and television series which Disney have made. (Note that Winnie-the-Pooh's name was hyphenated in the Milne books, but lost its hyphens in the Disney incarnation.) The early cartoons were based on several of the original stories. In 1961, Walt Disney Productions bought film and other rights to the character and made a series of cartoon films about him.
Slesinger died in 1953, and his widow inherited the operation. It was only one of many assets Slesinger managed during his lifetime, and not even the biggest — that would probably be the Red Ryder comic strip, which he placed in movies, on radio and other media. Milne contractually assigned the Pooh merchandising rights for the US and Canada to an American literary agent named Stephen Slesinger. Between 1929 and 1932 A.A.
Christopher Robin's toy bear is now on display at the Donnell Library Center Central Children's Room. Winnie's eventual destination was to be the Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg, but at the end of the War, the officers of the Fort Garry Horse decided to allow her to remain in the London Zoo, where she was much loved. He was the regiment's veterinarian, responsible for their horses. Harry Colebourn.
Winnie's first owner was Lt. The bear was smuggled to Britain as the unofficial regimental mascot. Winnipeg the bear was discovered at a stop in White River, Ontario, by members of The Fort Garry Horse Canadian regiment of cavalry, en route to the battlefields of France during World War I. Christopher Milne had named his toy after a real bear called Winnipeg, brought to Britain from Canada and whom Milne and his son often saw at London Zoo, and "Pooh", a swan they had met on a holiday (and who appears in When We Were Very Young).
Most of the other characters are also named after toys belonging to Christopher Milne, the exceptions being Christopher Robin himself, and also Owl and Rabbit who are presumably based on real life animals, judging by their appearance in illustrations. The character was named after a stuffed bear owned by Milne's son, Christopher Robin Milne. .
The Pooh stories were later made into a series of Winnie the Pooh (without hyphens) featurettes by Walt Disney Productions, which became one of the company's most successful franchises. The name "Winnie" was inspired by a similarly named pet bear of a Canadian soldier (details). The setting of the stories is based on the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, England. Shepard.
H. All four volumes were illustrated by E. Milne also wrote two books of children's poetry, When We Were Very Young and Now We Are Six, which include several poems about Winnie-the-Pooh. He appears in the books Winnie-the-Pooh (published October 14, 1926) and The House at Pooh Corner (1928).
Milne. A. Winnie-the-Pooh ( named after Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a fictional bear created by A. Kingdom Hearts series.
1998: Winnie the Pooh, A Valentine For You. 1998: A Winnie the Pooh Thanksgiving. 1996: Boo! To You Too! Winnie the Pooh. 1991: Winnie the Pooh & Christmas Too!.
My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Disney Channel, 2007-). The Book of Pooh (Disney Channel, 2001-2002). The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (ABC, 1988-1991). Welcome to Pooh Corner (Disney Channel, 1983-1995).
2005: Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie * V. 2005: Pooh's Heffalump Movie. 2004: Springtime with Roo V. 2003: Piglet's Big Movie.
2002: A Very Merry Pooh Year * V. 2000: The Tigger Movie. 1999: Seasons of Giving * V. 1997: Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin V.
1977: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (compilation of first three featurettes). 1983: Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore. 1981: Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons. 1974: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too!.
1968: Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. 1966: Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (the movie where Pooh's theme song is introduced).