MJY

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MJYMount Joy (Amtrak station code; Mount Joy, WA)
MJYMighty Joe Young (movie, and blues musician)
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Charlize, known for starring in films such as The Devil's Advocate and Mighty Joe Young, adopted Jackson in 2012 and her other daughter, August, was adopted three years later.
Troyer also starred in Mighty Joe Young, My Giant, Jingle All the Way, Men in Black, Bubble Boy and as the goblin Griphook in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
Performers at the fest, which takes place under the classic bandshell built in the 1930s as part of the Works Progress Administration, have included Lonnie Brooks, Leon Russell, Edgar Winter, Mighty Joe Young, and some legendary late artists including R.L.
Harryhausen also worked on Jason And The Argonauts and Mighty Joe Young.
JUNGLE CAPERS With Weissmuller MIGHTY JOE YOUNG 1998 A MIX of actors in suits, CGI and animatronics brought to life a 15ft gorilla in the eco-drama starring Charlize Theron.
Other milestones include the stop-motion monsters of visual effects guru Ray Harryhausen, from "Mighty Joe Young" in 1949 through "Jason and the Argonauts" (1963) and "Clash of the Titans" (1981).
Did you know he played the baby gorilla in the 1992 remake of Mighty Joe Young? And, as a Hollywood stuntman he was a stunt double for a 9-month-old baby in the family film Baby's Day Out (1994).
Other popular titles included the adventure Mighty Joe Young, and the comedy Patch Adams.
MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (Monday, Film4, 6.50pm) IN 1949, acclaimed director John Ford turned producer backed a movie about an overgrown ape called Mighty Joe Young.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 36 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 35 MONDAY Mighty Joe Young (1998) Film4, 6.50pm In 1949, acclaimed director John Ford turned producer and backed a movie about an overgrown ape called Mighty Joe Young.
Terrific animated Huge heart: Paranormal miGHty Joe younG Monday, Film4, 6.50pm) IN 1949, acclaimed director John Ford turned producer backed a movie about an overgrown ape called Mighty Joe Young.
For those not old enough to remember, Trini Lopez had several big hits, including “If I Had A Hammer” and stole the show from The Beatles in Paris; Shelley Berman was the first comedian to play Carnegie Hall; Terry Moore, starred in the film Mighty Joe Young and was married to Howard Hughes; while Del Casher, who's playing is heard in many popular television series and films of the 1960s, is the inventor of the Wah Wah peddle and other electronic effects for the guitar.