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On Wonderland Avenue in the Hollywood Hills there’s an eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom compound that was built in the early 1940s. The exterior is a little drab, and there is nothing particularly remarkable about its appearance. But the complex, once known as Lookout Mountain, has an incredible history. Between 1947 and 1969, some of Hollywood’s most talented scriptwriters, producers, editors, and directors made furtive journeys to this place to work on a top-secret project: filming nuclear explosions.
The United States Air Force established Lookout Mountain in 1947 in order to produce movies and photographs of nuclear tests. It was a full-service facility: military and civilian filmmakers would head to test sites in the Nevada desert or Pacific islands, capture footage of exploding bombs, and bring it back to Laurel Canyon for editing and post production.
CHECK OUT this man’s videos, he does a brilliant job documenting the acting part, it is necessary to start at the beginning and follow along. It is wild, Walt Disney plays Hitler. Mitchell E. Brooks – YouTube
A good examination really takes work. They go by the ears etc., like in the video we have here about JFK and Jimmy Carter
Besides I found Mitchell’s work to be brilliant, fun, truthful and horrifying in the deception, the best kind of rabbit hole for me, check it out. For more of his work, his videos are here:Mitchell E. Brooks – YouTube I suggest you start at his first show and go from there to follow what is going on.
Did Walt Disney play Hitler?
IS JFK Jimmy Carter?
IS Natalie Wood now playing the role of NANCY PELOSI??
*84 Years Old if Alive Today
43 years old at time of fake death
July 20, 1938 – November 29, 1981
November 29, 1981 (*if true dates They are also the same height)
82 years (March 26, 1940-)
First office Held 1987
Natalie Wood (born Natalie Zacharenko, July 20, 1938 – November 29, 1981) was an American actress who began her career in film as a child and successfully transitioned to young adult roles.
Born in San Francisco to Russian immigrant parents, Wood started acting at age four and was given a co-starring role at age 8 in Miracle on 34th Street (1947). As a teenager, she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Rebel Without a Cause (1955), followed by a role in John Ford’s The Searchers (1956). Wood starred in the musical films West Side Story (1961) and Gypsy (1962), and received nominations for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performances in Splendor in the Grass (1961) and Love with the Proper Stranger (1963). Her career continued with films such as Sex and the Single Girl (1964), Inside Daisy Clover (1965), and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969).
During the 1970s, Wood began a hiatus from film and had two daughters: one with her second husband Richard Gregson, and one with Robert Wagner, her first husband whom she married again after divorcing Gregson. She acted in only two feature films throughout the decade, but appeared slightly more often in television productions, including a remake of From Here to Eternity (1979) for which she won a Golden Globe Award.
Wood’s films represented a “coming of age” for her and for Hollywood films in general.
Some of Natalie Wood’s movies that have stood the test of time are Miracle on 34th Street, Rebel Without a Cause, The Searchers, Splendor in the Grass, West Side Story, This Property Is Condemned, The Candidate, and The Last Married Couple in America. Wood’s other movies that endeared her to millions of her fans are The Green Promise, Never a Dull Moment, The Jackpot, The Silver Chalice, The Burning Hills, A Cry in the Night, Sex and the Single Girl, and Meteor.
Critics have suggested that her cinematic career represents a portrait of modern American womanhood in transition, as she was one of the few to take both child roles and those of middle-aged characters.
Wood died off of the coast of Santa Catalina Island on November 29, 1981, at age 43, during a holiday break from the production of her would-be comeback film Brainstorm (1983) with Christopher Walken.
The events surrounding her death have been the subject of conflicting witness statements, prompting the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, under the instruction of the coroner’s office, to list her cause of death as “drowning and other undetermined factors” in 2012.
Wood, 43, was on a yacht with her actor-husband Robert Wagner, co-star Christopher Walken and the boat captain on Thanksgiving weekend in 1981 before somehow ending up in the water. A dinghy that had been attached to the boat was found along the island’s shoreline, but investigators could not locate it to review it last year. Investigators initially reported that there were scratches on its hull, but Wood’s fingernails were not preserved for analysis. The initial autopsy report said it was likely the bruises happened when Wood drowned. “Most of the bruises on the body are superficial and probably sustained at the time of drowning,” the initial autopsy report stated.
Nancy Patricia Pelosi (born March 26, 1940) is an American politician serving as speaker of the United States House of Representatives since 2019, and previously from 2007 to 2011. Pelosi was born in Baltimore to an Italian American family. She was the only daughter and the youngest of seven children of Annunciata M. “Nancy” D’Alesandro (née Lombardi) and Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. Her mother was born in Fornelli, Isernia, Molise, in South Italy, and came to the U.S. in 1912; her father could trace his Italian ancestry to Genoa, Venice and Abruzzo.
When Nancy was born, her father was a Democratic congressman from Maryland. He became Mayor of Baltimore seven years later. Pelosi’s mother was also active in politics, organizing Democratic women and teaching her daughter the value of social networking. Pelosi’s brother, Thomas D’Alesandro III, also a Democrat, was Mayor of Baltimore from 1967 to 1971.
Pelosi was involved with politics from an early age. She helped her father at his campaign events. She attended John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address when he was sworn in as president in January 1961.
In 1958, Pelosi graduated from the Institute of Notre Dame, an all-girls Catholic high school in Baltimore. In 1962, she graduated from Trinity College in Washington, D.C., with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. Pelosi interned for Senator Daniel Brewster (D-Maryland) in the 1960s alongside future House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer.
Nancy Pelosi’s children include; Corinne (a hotelier), Christine (an author), Paul (a businessman) as well as Jacqueline and Alexandra. Now on his part, Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul is a business mogul. He is on the board of major organizations, and manages high-level real estate among other money-making ventures. His marriage with Nancy is over 55 years old and ranks among one of the American celebrities’ longest marital Union.
There’s no denying the fact that the duo was made for each other. See the photo of Nancy Pelosi’s family- her husband, children, and grandchildren below
Nancy Pelosi’s Father:
Thomas D’Alesandro Jr was born on August 1, 1903. He is of Italian family roots and was a politician for the most part of his life, with his notable offices being U.S.A representative from Maryland’s 3rd congressional district (1939–47) as well as the mayor of Baltimore, Maryland (1947–59). Until his death in August 1987, the supportive father of 6 had a close relationship with his daughter Nancy who honours his memory with her exploits at Congress.
Nancy Pelosi’s Siblings:
Nancy grew up with 5 older brothers. They include Thomas, Franklin, Roosevelt, Hector, Nicholas, and Joseph. Thomas was an attorney and politician who did serve as the 43rd mayor of Baltimore from 1967 to 1971, while Hector was a court clerk. Both Thomas and Hector are late, while not much is known about the rest of Nancy Pelosi’s siblings at the time of writing her biography.
Nancy Pelosi’s Relatives:
Regarding Nancy Pelosi’s ancestry and relatives, her paternal grandparents were Tommaso “Thomas” Fedele D’Alessandro and Antoinette Maria/Mary “Annie” Petronilla. On the flip side, Nancy’s maternal grandfather and grandmother were Nicola Lombardi and Concetta/Concettina Milio/Million. The politician’s aunts include Verdula Minnie, Jessie Granese, and Mary Cardegna. However, not much is known about Nancy’s uncles. Neither are their records of her cousins, nephews, and nieces.
Nancy Pelosi’s Personal Life:
Let us move on to what makes Nancy Pelosi tick and the nature of her character beyond politics. Did you know that her zodiac sign is Aries? She is assertive, energetic, hardworking, and exhibits intense passion in anything she sets her mind to. In addition, Nancy has no problems with revealing facts about her personal and private life. The politician’s interests and hobbies include reading, solving crossword puzzles, sipping hot water with lemon, and spending a good time with her family and friends.
Nancy Pelosi Lifestyle:
Nancy has a net worth of over $16 million, which makes her rank 13th among the 25 wealthiest members of Congress. The bulk of Nancy’s wealth has origins in the joint businesses she runs with her husband in addition to the salaries and wages she earns from nearly two decades of legislative duties As such, she lives a luxurious lifestyle with her husband as made evident in the value of their multi-million dollar house in San Francisco. Being the 3rd person in the line of succession to the U.S presidency, Nancy has no problem flying jets on taxpayer’s money for important functions. Neither does she run out of official and personal cars for cruising the good roads in her district.
Nancy Pelosi Facts:
To wrap up our Nancy Pelosi childhood story and biography here are little-known or Untold facts about the politician.
Democrat From Day One:
When Nancy was a kid, a republican gave her a toy elephant (symbol of us Republican) as a gift. Though Nancy was too young to understand the undertone of the gift, she did not accept it.
Nancy Pelosi Religion:
Nancy is a practicing Catholic. Like all true Christians, She professes faith in one true God and as well as looks forward to the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world to come.
Did you know that Nancy is a good fundraiser? In fact, she has no fewer than half a billion-dollar to her name in fundraising for Democrats. Isn’t she a valuable asset?
It is interesting to know that Nancy shared the same birth year with John Lennon. 1940 was also the year which The Great Dictator, starring Charlie Chaplin hit cinemas. What’s more, it was the year that Franklin D. Roosevelt won an election to become the United States’ first third-term president.