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The icon is a character in 2017's The Emoji Movie, voiced by Patrick Stewart. * Pile of Poo at Emojipedia Face with Tears of Joy. Kin no unko. Mr. Hankey (from South Park).

Osmosis Jones

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Ron Howard as Tom Colonic, Phlegmming's rival for the mayoralty of the City of Frank. Joel Silver as the police chief, Ozzy's boss. Steve Susskind as Mob Germ Boss. Carlos Alazraqui as Spanish germ. Antonio Fargas as Chill. Rodger Bumpass as Announcer for Nerve News Network and Joe Cramp. Paul Christie as Dan Matter and Gern. Richard Steven Horvitz as Male Red Blood Cell. Kid Rock as Kidney Rock. Bill Murray as Frank Detorre; The animated part of the film takes place inside his body, which is referred to by the cells as "the City of Frank". Elena Franklin as Shane Detorre, Frank's 10-year-old daughter. Molly Shannon as Mrs. Boyd, Shane's science and P.E. teacher.

The Death and Return of Superman (film)

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Ron Howard makes a cameo appearance as Max's son, and Simon Pegg appears as John Landis; Landis had done this style of video before in his web series Cooking With Comics, as well as his videos Vague Recollections of Watchmen and Drunk Comic Book History: The Robins. Max Landis as Himself. Kelsey Gunn as young Max Landis. Morgan Krantz as Superman. Elden Henson as Doomsday. Mandy Moore as Lois Lane. Elijah Wood as Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman. Matt Bennett as Superboy. Dustin Romero as The Eradicator. Barry Brisco as Steel. Zach Cregger as Hal Jordan. Whitney Moore as Batman. Jennifer Newman as Robin. Jezlan Moyet as Nightwing and a Fraternity partygoer. Sarah Shahi as Titania.

The Chamber (1996 film)

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Ron Howard was originally set to direct the film for Universal. In May 1994 it was reported William Goldman was paid $1 million to write the script. Howard left the project in May 1995 because of what he described as "a hunch". He stayed on as a producer though. "It's a strong story, and William Goldman is doing great work on the screenplay." Brad Pitt was committed to playing Adam Hall, but left the project when Howard left to direct Ransom. William Goldman described the project as a "total wipeout disaster... a terrible experience" and never saw the finished movie. Scenes were filmed in a photo realistic recreation of the gas chamber on studio sets in Los Angeles.

Five Minutes to Live

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Ron Howard as Bobby Wilson (credited as Ronnie Howard). Merle Travis as Max. Midge Ware as Doris Johnson. Norma Varden as Priscilla Auerbach. List of films featuring home invasions. List of films in the public domain in the United States.

Welcome to Hollywood

Ron Howard. Mike Leigh. Matthew McConaughey. Ewan McGregor. Anthony Minghella. Kelly Monaco. Julianne Moore. Cathy Moriarty. Pat O'Brien. Nancy O'Dell. Jada Pinkett Smith. Kelly Preston. Fred Roggin. Steve Schirripa. Joel Schumacher. Ron Shelton. Will Smith. Mira Sorvino. John Travolta. Ally Walker. John Waters. Irwin Winkler. Robert Wuhl.


Prior to being cast as Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show, child actor Ron Howard played "Walker", a little boy temporarily left in Hennesey's care in the 1959 episode "The Baby Sitter". Gary Hunley, another child actor, appeared in the same episode. Charles Bronson, en route to a long film career, was cast twice as Lt. Cmdr. Steve Ogrodowski, a Navy intelligence officer. Don Rickles was cast in the 1961 episode "Professional Sailor" as CPO Ernie Schmidt. From 1976 to 1978, Rickles played the lead with the same rank in the NBC military sitcom, C.P.O. Sharkey. Bandleader Les Brown and His Band of Renown and comedian Soupy Sales appeared in separate episodes as themselves.

The DuPont Show with June Allyson

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The DuPont Show with June Allyson (also known as The June Allyson Show) is an American anthology drama series which aired on CBS from September 21, 1959, to April 3, 1961, with rebroadcasts continuing until June 12, 1961. The series was hosted by actress June Allyson and was a Four Star-Pamric Production.

The Doors (film)

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When Stone began talking about the project in 1988, he had Val Kilmer in mind to play Morrison after seeing him in the Ron Howard fantasy film Willow. Kilmer had the same kind of singing voice as Morrison and to convince Stone that he was right for the role, spent several thousand dollars of his own money and made his own eight-minute video, singing and looking like Morrison at various stages of his life. To prepare for the role, Kilmer lost weight and spent six months rehearsing Doors songs every day. The actor learned 50 songs, 15 of which are actually performed in the film.

Huckleberry Finn (1975 film)

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The film stars Ron Howard as the eponymous lead. The film was shot in Missouri, in Arrow Rock, Lupus, and for exteriors, Colusa County, California. The film won a 1976 Primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Children's Special", tying with You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown. Ron Howard as Huckleberry Finn. Donny Most as Tom Sawyer. Royal Dano as Mark Twain. Antonio Fargas as Jim. Jack Elam as The King. Merle Haggard as The Duke. Rance Howard as Pap Finn. Dee Carroll as Aunt Sally. Clint Howard as Arch. James Almanzar as Silas Phelps. Jean Speegle Howard as Widow Douglas. Bill Erwin as Harvey Wilkes. List of American films of 1975. List of films featuring slavery.

Tati Gabrielle

Gabrielle also voiced Addie in the 2017 film The Emoji Movie, her first major film role, and recurred in the second season of Hulu's Freakish as Birdie and on the TBS animated series Tarantula. In March 2018, Gabrielle was cast as a series regular in the role of Prudence in the Netflix original series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Bitter Harvest (1981 film)

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Ron Howard as Ned De Vries. Art Carney as Walter Peary. Tarah Nutter as Kate De Vries. David Knell as Anthony WIlson. Barry Corbin as Dr. Agajanian. Richard Dysart as Dr. Morton Freeman. Michael Bond as DeJong. Jim Haynie as Doc. Robert Hirschfeld as Harold. G.W. Bailey as Lazlo. Robert Behling as Art. Ken Hixon as Williams. Dwight Schultz as Schlatter. Joe Miksak as Al. J.E. Freeman as Farmer #2.

Skyward (film)

It was directed by Ron Howard, written by Nancy Sackett and broadcast on NBC on November 20, 1980. Bette Davis stars as a flight instructor at an old Texas airport. When a young girl in a wheelchair finds the airport by watching gliders fly, she decides she wants to learn how to fly. Davis teaches her to fly with some special controls compensating for her handicap. Howard Hesseman is an aircraft repair service mechanic trying desperately to get an old airplane back in the air. The three, together, put the young girl and the old plane up in the air. Bette Davis as Billie Dupree. Howard Hesseman as Koup Trenton. Marion Ross as Natalie Ward. Clu Gulager as Steve Ward.

The Good Lie

The Good Lie is a 2014 American drama film written by Margaret Nagle and directed by Philippe Falardeau. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia and South Africa, the film stars Reese Witherspoon, Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal, Corey Stoll, and Sarah Baker. It was screened in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival before being released on October 3, 2014. Another major screening was held by the Greenwich International Film Festival on October 22, 2014, for the benefit of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

Closet Land

Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment gave me what I wanted: myself as director, with full creative control. I did my film with Imagine Entertainment, and remain grateful to Ron Howard and Brian Grazer for their faith in me and their support of me." Bharadwaj said that this film was an outgrowth of her graduate studies at Temple University (PA), that she charmed her Hollywood producers into giving her money to do the film ... and that they dropped it upon release. Stowe and Rickman are the only cast of the film and they are both credited. Bharadwaj later revealed in a September 2005 production note that Rickman was not her original choice for the Interrogator.

Conrad Vernon

Conrad Vernon (born July 11, 1968) is an American voice actor, director, writer and storyboard artist best known for his work on the DreamWorks animated film series Shrek as well as other films such as Monsters vs. Aliens, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted and Penguins of Madagascar. He also co directed the adult animated film, Sausage Party, which is a spoof of his notable works in DreamWorks.

Inventing the Abbotts

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Inventing the Abbotts is a 1997 American coming-of-age film directed by Pat O'Connor and starring Liv Tyler, Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Crudup, Jennifer Connelly, and Joanna Going. The screenplay by Ken Hixon is based on a short story by Sue Miller. The original music score was composed by Michael Kamen.

Inside Deep Throat

Inside Deep Throat is a 2005 American documentary film about the 1972 pornographic film Deep Throat, at the forefront of the Golden Age of Porn, and its effects on American society.

Fire on the Mountain (1981 film)

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Ron Howard as Lee Mackie. Julie Carmen as Cruza Peralta. Ross Harris as Billy Starr. Ed Brodow as Maj. Parrell. Michael Conrad as Col. Desalius. Gary Graham as Marshal Burr. Derrel Maury. Xander Berkeley. Richard Chaves as Army lieutenant. Harvey Vernon as Bartender. Will Hare as Hayduke.

Act of Love (1980 film)

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It stars Ron Howard, Robert Foxworth, Mickey Rourke, David Spielberg and Jacqueline Brookes. Film also features Married... with Children star David Faustino. The score was composed by Billy Goldenberg.

General Electric Theater

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Article on GE Theater from the Museum of Broadcast Communications. Jerry Haendiges Vintage Radio Logs: General Electric Theater. General Electric Theater, Museum of Broadcast Communications. Company Voice Advertising, Museum of Broadcast Communications. General Electric Theater at CVTA.