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- The fifth season of House premiered September 16, 2008 and ended May 11, 2009. It began to air in a new time slot from September to December: Tuesday 8/7c. Starting January 19, 2009, House moved to Mondays at 8/7c. Sky1 has taken over the rights to screen the show in the UK airing Sundays at 9pm.
- (Big babies) Big Babies is a live action cartoon comedy, in which Rocco and Brooks, the babies with grown-up heads, reluctantly leave the telly to go on unpredictable adventures in the world of the everyday.
- The boys' female cousin. Altought she is five years old, she cannot speak nor walk. According to Mrs. Cramp, she "puts all her energy into growing".
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- United States composer and music critic (1885-1966)
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Stewart Rome (1886-1965) was a British actor of the silent screen. In 1915 he was voted second to Chaplin in a Pictures magazine popularity poll. According to English Wikipedia, Rome played in over 150 films between 1913 and 1950; the BFI keeps it at 129 films. In the 1910s he was often paired with Alma Taylor and Chrissie White. In a big court case in 1919 he was granted the rights to his stage name after being sued by Cecil Hepworth. His original name was Wernham Ryott Gifford according to Wikipedia, while IMDB lists him as Septimus Wemham Ryott.
Stewart Rome started his film acting career at the Hepworth company in 1913, playing in dramas, crime films and comedies that were often directed by Frank Ralston, but also by Warwick Buckland or Cecil Hepworth. From 1914 on, Rome often played opposite Alma Taylor, Chrissie White and Violet Hopson, three female Hepworth regulars by then, while Lionelle Howard was often his male co-actor. He mostly had the male lead himself. In the year 1914 Rome was already highly active, playing in some 30 short and medium-length films, such as the Dickens adaptation The Chimes (dir. Thomas Bentley), with Hopson and Buckland co-acting. In 1915 he repeated this intensity with some 28 films; in addition to many short films, Rome also did several features now like The Baby on the Barge (Hepworth), The Incorruptible Crown (Wilson), Sweet Lavender (Hepworth), As the Sun Went Down (Wilson), Barnaby Rudge (Bentley/Hepworth), The Bottle (Hepworth). As Rome did less and less shorts, he worked in less films in the coming years, but still managed to play in 12 films in 1916, among which Trelawny of the Wells, Iris, Annie Laurie, and Coming Thro’ the Rye, all directed by Hepworth and costarring Alma Taylor. In 1917 Rome’s performances slowed down to 6 films, including The Cobweb and The American Heiress, again both directed by Hepworth and co-starring Alma Taylor, but also films with Chrissie White as female lead, like The Eternal Triangle (Ralston).
In 1918 Rome still did two films for Hepworth but no film followed that year, probably because of the law case between Hepworth and Rome. In 1919 Rome then started to play with Violet Hopson in a string of dramas, of which probably the first was the sports drama The Gentleman Rider (1919), directed by Walter West and starring Hopson and Rome, followed in 1919-1922 by Snow in the Desert, A Great Coup, A Daughter of Eve, The Romance of a Movie Star, The Case of Lady Camber, Her Son, The Imperfect Lover, When Greek Meets Greek; almost all directed by West for the company Broadwest and later Walter West Productions, and almost all co-starring Hopson. Occasionally Rome had other directors in between, such as Einar Bruun, or other co-leads such as Fabienne Fabreges.
In 1923 Rome went more international, playing in The Prodigal Son (A.E. Coleby), which was shot in Iceland and was based on a novel by Hall Caine. In the same year he played Desmarets in the French Balzac adaptation Ferragus, directed by Gaston Ravel, opposite Rene Navarre in the title role. And he performed in the British-German coproduction Im Schatten der Moschee/In the Shadow of the Mosque, directed by Walter R. Hall and produced by John Hagenbeck-Film. In 1924 he was reunited with West and Hopson in the sports drama The Stirrup Cup Sensation, he played opposite Mary Odette in Arthur Rooke’s Nets of Destiny, opposite Betty Balfour in George Pearson’s Reveille, and opposite Fay Compton and Lillian Hall-Davis in The Eleventh Commandment (George A. Cooper). In 1925-1927 Rome went international again, playing detective William Voss in the Anglo-German co-production Vater Voss (Max Mack 1925). After one film in Britain with Marjorie Hume: Thou Fool (Fred Paul 1926), Rome tried his luck in Hollywood, playing in one American film: The Silver Treasure (Rowland V. Lee 1926) starring George O’Brien. Rome didn’t stay long in Hollywood. In 1927 he was back in Europe, in Berlin, to perform in three Elga Brink vehicles Die Frau ohne Nahmen/The Nameless Woman (1927), Liebe im Rausch/ (1927), Die Jagd nach der Braut/Bride Chase (1926), all directed by Georg Jacoby. In the late 1920s Rome continued to play the male leads in several British films, in particular thrillers based on Edgar Wallace (The Man Who Changed His Name, 1928) and Agatha Christie (The Passing of Mr. Quin, 1928).
Stewart Rome smoothly made the passage from silent to sound. Already in 1929 he played the lead in Sinclair Hill’s Dark Red Roses, made for British Sound Film productions. In the same year he played in the German production Der rote Kreis/The Red Circle, which director Friedrich Zelnik first released as a silent film, but later had sound dubbed in using the British De Forest Phonofilm sound-on-film system – the Germans weren’t that far yet with sound cinema. It starred Zelnik’s wife and star Lya Mara, but also other renowned German and Austrian actors like Fred Louis Lerc
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