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David Warner

(b. 1939)


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Rejoinder to the Replies by Daniel Warner, Finn Stepputat and David Turton

TRAIN, David (1919 - 2005), Partner, 1961–82, Senior Partner, 1980–82, Senior Consultant, 1982–88, Cremer and Warner, Consulting Engineers and Scientists

SHAND, David Hubert Warner (1921 - 2011), Assistant Bishop and Bishop in Geelong, Diocese of Melbourne, Archbishop’s Provincial Assistant, 1985–88

Icons of American Protestantism: The Art of Warner Sallman. Ed. by David Morgan New Haven and Material Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America. By Colleen McDannell New Haven

WARNER, David Allan (born 1947), Senior Provost, University of Wales Trinity St David, 2012–14, now Emeritus Professor; Deputy Director, Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, since 2001; Senior Research Fellow, Harris Manchester College, Oxford, 2013–14

Rosewood. Produced by Tracy Barone, Penelope L. Foster, and Jon Peters; directed by John Singleton; screenplay by Gregory Poirier. 1997; color; 140 minutes. Distributor: Warner Brothers and The Rosewood Massacre: The Untold Story. Produced by David Tereshchuk; narrated by Jack Smith. 1997

Nuremberg. Produced by Ian McDougall and Mychele Boudrias; directed by Yves Simoneau; screenplay by David W. Rintels, from the book Nuremberg: Infamy on Trial by Joseph E. Persico. 2000; color, 240 minutes. Distributor TNT Originals, Time-Warner. and Nuremberg: Tyranny on Trial. Produced by Lou Reda. Written by Jerome Alden. 1995; black and white and color; 50 minutes. Distributed by A&E Home Video for the History Channel

 

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(b. Manchester, 29 July 1941)

Actor. Warner was spotted in the film Tom Jones (1963) by the Royal Shakespeare Company, for which he subsequently played Henry VI and Edward IV ...

Subjects: Theatre.


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