White seems to sum up his manic new musical mishmash of an album on "Ice Station Zebra
," a funky track on which he gives nearly a rap delivery as he bemoans the need to classify the world with labels.
White seems to sum up his manic new musical mishmash of an album on 'Ice Station Zebra
,' a funky track on which he gives nearly a rap delivery as he bemoans the need to classify the world with labels.
In between bouts of wheezing, I devoured one after the other: South by Java Head, When Eight Bells Toll, The Guns of Navarone, Night Without End, Ice Station Zebra
and, my favorite, The Golden Rendezvous.
Ice Station Zebra
(RTE Two, 1.05pm - 3.45pm) Adventure, starring Rock Hudson and Ernest Borgnine.
However, his last book had been Ice Station Zebra
(1963) and, since its publication, MacLean had given up writing to run three hotels he owned.
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(1968) THERE is a killer on the loose at a weather station at the top of the world and everyone is a suspect.
After appearing in films including Seconds (1966), Tobruk (1967) and Ice Station Zebra
(1968) during the late 1960s, Hudson began a second career in television through the 1970s and 1980s, starring in the popular mystery series McMillan & Wife and the soap opera Dynasty.
He made his breakthrough in another 60s spy drama called Danger Man, in which he played sleuth John Drake and later appeared in films such as Ice Station Zebra
, Silver Streak alongside Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor, and the David Cronenberg film Scanners.
Not content with knocking Liverpool out in the last round at the ground Joe Royle famously nicknamed Ice Station Zebra
, the 6ft 6in Smith - a two-goal hero against Brendan Rodgers' stars - sent a shiver through Everton chief David Moyes with a 94th-minute equaliser.
IT was with good reason former manager Joe Royle once dubbed Oldham Athletic's famously chilly Boundary Park home as Ice Station Zebra
Borgnine, who starred in hit movies such as Ice Station Zebra
, The Dirty Dozen, The Poseidon Adventure and The Magnificent Seven, began his career in the 1930s.
Those at Ice Station Zebra
- sorry, Sedgefield - knew all about comfort zones, vulnerability and that almost delicious point of sock-related no return that informs the wearer that, yes, your shoes need mending.