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There was a Dragnet film in 1954. Dragnet was originally a radio program, but that program spawned a television series in 1951.


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According to Screenrant, it's Andy Serkis' Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. Andy Serkis' Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle is now available on Netflix, and it will undoubtedly be compared to Disney's live-action Jungle Book movie, which was directed by Jon Favreau. Several years ago, Serkis aimed to tell the definitive version of Mowgli's story, a ...


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I would guess that the most likely reason was to avoid the possibility of causing upset or offence. Hitler's actions are still within living memory and some people (mainly in Europe) are very sensitive about the issue and do not even like discussing it or even having it mentioned. Sometimes it is because their families might have suffered in the atrocities ...


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The book was mostly based on Jimbo Meador, a friend of the author. However, bits of it were also taken from other people, such as Sammy Lee Davis, who was awarded the Medal of Honor and was, indeed, shot in the butt. In fact, the Medal of Honor scene in the movie used archival footage of Lee receiving the award, with Forrest instead of Lee, thanks to a ...


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Here is a link to Wikipedia's list of movies and TV shows featuring Robin Hood. I think that there are fewer than 50 theatrical movies on the list. I have often read that Sherlock Holmes is the most often filmed character. It has been estimated that Sherlock Holmes is the most prolific screen character in the history of cinema. https://en.wikipedia.org/...


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There can be a myriad of different reasons why names can be mispronounced, or said in a way that contradicts what some people are expecting. For example, there are so many different types of accents in the world, even with those that are native English speakers. A lot of them will say the same name differently. Another reason, if there are different ...


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