Hecht

Hecht may refer to:

  • Hecht (surname)
  • Hecht's, a chain of department stores, also known as Hecht Brothers, Hecht Bros. and the Hecht Company
  • Hecht Museum at Haifa University in Israel
  • Wolf pack Hecht ("Pike"), a group of German World War II U-boats
  • Hecht is a gymnastics dismount skill performed on the horizontal bar or uneven bars

Other articles related to "hecht":

The Chicagoan - Authors
... Marie Armstrong Hecht (1892-?) ... Married to journalist-author Ben Hecht from 1915 to 1925 ... Marie Hecht published several volumes of poetry in the 1920s and created or adapted some Broadway plays in the 1920s and 1930s ...
Soft Dome Tweeter
... invented and patented in 1967 by Bill Hecht, the founder and current chairman of Phase Technology ... Hecht states that he was confronted with what seemed a mundane problem When showing speakers at various audio shows, onlookers often poked at the two-inch ... make a good mid-range if I coated it,” Hecht recalls ...
Sue Hecht
... Sue Hecht (born 1947) is an American politician from Maryland and a member of the Democratic Party ... Hecht was born in Takoma Park, Maryland on December 7, 1947 ... Hecht has received numerous awards for her work, including being included in a list of Maryland's top 100 women ...
Sam Hecht
... Sam Hecht, born in London 1969, British industrial designer ... Sam Hecht and Kim Colin are retained designers of Muji ... Sam Hecht and Kim Colin founded Industrial Facility in 2002, a design studio based in London ...

Famous quotes containing the word hecht:

    Movies are one of the bad habits that corrupted our century. Of their many sins, I offer as the worst their effect on the intellectual side of the nation. It is chiefly from that viewpoint I write of them—as an eruption of trash that has lamed the American mind and retarded Americans from becoming a cultured people.
    —Ben Hecht (1893–1964)

    Newspapermen are either drunkards or idealists, Miss Rutledge. I’m afraid I’m both. But however soiled his hands, the journalist goes staggering through life with a beacon raised.
    —Ben Hecht (1893–1964)

    Man with lantern: Who are you?
    Captain: The Flying Cloud. 220 days out of New York and 50 days trying to find your blasted harbor.
    Man with lantern: Nobody asked you to come.
    Captain: Got anything in this hog-end of the world except fog?
    Man with lantern: Sure, we’ve got gold, fountains of gold.
    —Ben Hecht (1893–1964)