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¥ã¯ãã¡ã>> BOØWY 35å¨å¹´ããã¸ã§ã¯ãã®éå¤§æã 1987å¹´12æ24æ¥ããã®æ¥ã®ãã®ç¬éãåã®HDã§ DAVID BOWIE - THE ELEPHANT MAN, 1980 Original New York theatre poster, 21½"x13¾", with original programme. With Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, Anne Bancroft, John Gielgud. In 1979, David Bowie was in New York recording the album Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps). ååèª¬æ "David Bowie in The Elephant Man (Booth Theatre,1980). Ce film tourné en noir et blanc est une adaptation romancée des mémoires de Frederick Treves, le médecin qui prit en charge Joseph Merrick, surnommé « Elephant Man » (« l'homme-éléphant ») du fait de ses nombreuses difformités. Joseph Carey Merrick (5 August 1862 - 11 April 1890), often erroneously called John Merrick, was an English man known for having severe deformities.He was first exhibited at a freak show as the "Elephant Man", and then went to live at the London Hospital after he met Frederick Treves, subsequently becoming well known in London society. Elephant Man (titre original : The Elephant Man) est un film américano-britannique réalisé par David Lynch et sorti en 1980. Bowie had 24-hours to make-up his mind. Bowie originally wanted to perform in âElephant Manâ after seeing it several times in December. 12th August 1980). It ran Off-Broadway from 14 January to 18 March 1979, at The Theatre at St. Peter's. The stage director Jack Hofsiss called David Bowie up one day to ask him if he wanted to take over the lead as Joseph Merrick in a production of The Elephant Man. Directed by David Lynch. A Victorian surgeon rescues a heavily disfigured man who is mistreated while scraping a living as a side-show freak. The Elephant Man opened on 29th July 1980 at the Denver Centre of Performing Arts. The actor who was playing Merrick, Philip Anglim, was quitting the role and Hofsiss needed a replacement immediately. David Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Ivan Kral in Berlin, 1979 This is a guest post by Ivan Kral, a musician/songwriter, as well as the director of The Blank Generation, a documentary concerning the â70s New York punk scene. It later played in repertory at the National Theatre in London. David Bowie in The Elephant Man 20/12/2020 by Gary 34 Comments I came across this recently posted YouTube video that features some interviews â¦ A Nacho production. ãã´ã£ããã»ãã¦ã¤ï¼DAVID BOWIEï¼ã100åæ¥½ããæ¹æ³ æ¬å = ãã´ã£ããã»ããã¼ãã»ã¸ã§ã¼ã³ãºã1947å¹´1æ8æ¥ãã³ãã³çã¾ããæä»£ã¨å
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å½Dã¨ãã¦ã®æ³£ãè¨æºè¼å¶ä½æ¥è¨ãã¹ããªã³ã°ã¹ãã£ã¼ã³ããã£ã©ã³ãã¸ã£ã¯ã½ã³ã»ãã©ã¦ã³ãããã¼ãã«ãºãç´ã¸ã£ã±ã¾ã§ãããã¯éæº¢ããã¢ã¼ãã£ã¹ãéãã©ãã§ããããããªåäººçãªé³æ¥½ãã¿ããç´¹ä»ã Elephant Man director Jack Hofsiss had this to say about Bowieâs approach to playing the Elephant Manâ¦ âDavid really embraced the idea that this child had been beaten up and pushed around because of his deformities, and he was much more weary of interacting with people. Bowie took over the role of Merrick in July 1980, in Denver, Chicago and New York, where the run ended in January 1981. ã«ã´ãçµç±ãã¦9æ23æ¥ã«ãã¥ã¼ã¨ã¼ã¯ã®ããã¼ãã¦ã§ã¤ã§åæ¥ãè¿ãããæ ç»ã¨ã®å¤§ããªéãã¯ããã¦ã¤ãç¹æ®ã¡ã¤ã¯ãæ½ããªããã¨ã ã£ããå¾æãªãã³ããã¤ã ã¨é¢¨å¤ãããªè©±ãæ¹ã ãã§ããã¦ã¤ã¯å¥å½¢ãè¡¨ç¾ããã Bowie says he was moonwalking years before Michael Jackson wowed the world in 1983's Billie Jean. There isnât any room for â¦ It shows Bowie performing, and talking about, his role as John Merrick in the Broadway production The Elephant Man. David Bowie is The Elephant Man â Ad / Trailer.