sir joseph

I wanted to do this old character meme since… years ago, and I finally found the moment to do it~. I feel like I have finished some long work or something. And I added two more (It was originally only 10) because I can’t choose who of them all I have to let out from the list. (and I really would have added more but fuck you time)

Aaaaand this is the animu and mango boys ver. because I love so many ladies that I want to do one for them alone too.

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One more with my headcanon Myra! I couldn’t resist drawing her with the boys- and it’s really entertaining to draw them both a little younger… in obviously happier times :) I’m sure there were many “sorry you have to deal with my husband, Detective Oda” moments~

Thanks much to my girl lady-of-rohan for brainstorming and clothing help <3

When [the Two Virgins] cover was forwarded to Sir Joseph Lockwood, he refused to believe that John actually intended to manufacture an album with such a cover. ‘Why do you want to do something like this?’ he asked. Yoko said it was art. 'Well, then, why not show Paul in the nude? He’s so much prettier!’
—  The Love You Make: An Insider’s Story of the Beatles
HMS Pinafore and Trial by Jury

“For most of the 20th century, the D’Oyly Carte Opera performed HMS Pinafore with a companion piece, Trial by Jury. Opera Australia re-unites these long-standing stage-mates with two fresh productions and an inspired cast.

“While HMS Pinafore was Gilbert and Sullivan’s first full-length satirical work and first major international success, Trial by Jury was their first collaboration – the show’s outrageous antics made it the toast of London. In this filmed recording, Anthony Warlow, Australia’s musical theatre superstar, is at the helm as both the “right good captain” and the “good judge” too. He is joined by a stellar cast featuring David Hobson, John Bolton Wood, and Colette Man as ‘dear little Buttercup’.”

Sir Joseph Porter – John Bolton Wood
Captain Corcoran – Anthony Warlow
Ralph Rackstraw – David Hobson
Dick Deadeye – Richard Alexander
Bill Bobstay – Andrew Jones
Bob Beckett – Jerzy Kozlowski
Josephine – Tiffany Speight
Cousin Hebe – Roxane Hislop
Little Buttercup – Colette Mann

The Learned Judge – Anthony Warlow
The Plaintiff – Ali McGregor
The Defendant – David Hobson
Counsel for the Plaintiff – John Bolton Wood
Usher – Richard Alexander
Foreman of the Jury – Andrew Jones

The Opera Australia Melbourne Chorus
Orchestra Victoria
Conducted by Andrew Greene
Directed by Stuart Maunder

   Home: The Return from the Crimea, 1859, oil on panel by Sir Joseph Noel Paton, Scottish, 1821-1901. Royal Collection, Windsor, England.

   Paton’s paintings were characterized by a meticulous style using a thin application of paint and a somewhat bleached coloring. His work was admired by Queen Victoria.

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Abbey Road, 11.30am, August 8 1969. The group all wore custom-made designer suits apart from George, who turned up in his normal denims. Rebel. 

                                                                                                                              Not that the decision [about the text-free Abbey Road cover] seemed so simple to EMI chairman Sir Joseph Lockwood, whose demeanor reflected his stuffy title. John Kosh recalled receiving an irate call from Lockwood in the middle of the night. “I get a phone call at 3 in the morning saying, ‘You’ve f–ed this up. We’re never going to sell an album. You’re a prick.’ […] Kosh continued, “I’m like really scared; I’m about 23 years old. So, I go into Apple the next morning and George is there, and he said: ‘Hey man, we’re the Beatles. Don’t worry about it.’”

Cinema [7/8]

Alfred Hitchcock’s Movies

  1. Notorius (1946)
  2. Rope (1948)
  3. Dial M for Murder (1954)
  4. Rear Window (1954)
  5. To Catch a Thief (1955)
  6. Vertigo (1958)
  7. North by Northwest (1959)
  8. Psycho (1960)
  9. The Birds (1963)
  10. Torn Curtain (1966)

Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, KBE (13 August 1899 – 29 April 1980)[2] was an English film director and producer. Often nicknamed “The Master of Suspense”, he pioneered many techniques in the suspense andpsychological thriller genres.