Absent Minded

Some articles on absent, absent minded:

Absent Mind - Absent-mindedness in Popular Culture
... The absent-minded professor is a stock character often depicted in fictional works, usually as a talented academic whose focus on academic matters leads them to ignore or forget their ... One classic example of this is in the Disney film The Absent-Minded Professor made in 1963 and based on the short story A Situation of Gravity, by Samuel W ... In literature, "The Absent-Minded Beggar" is a poem by Rudyard Kipling, written in 1899, and was directed at the absent–mindedness of the population of Great Britain in ignoring ...
List Of Short Fiction Made Into Feature Films - A-E - S-Z
... Taylor The Absent-Minded Professor (1961) * Son of Flubber (1963) The Absent-Minded Professor (1988) (TV) * The Absent-Minded Professor Trading Places (1989) (TV) Flubber (1997) "The Snows of ...
34th Academy Awards - Awards
... Rudolph Sternad Set Decoration George Milo The Absent-Minded Professor – Art Direction Carroll Clark Set Decoration Emile Kuri and Hal Gausman La Dolce Vita – Art Direction and Set Decoration Piero Gherardi The ... Fapp The Absent-Minded Professor – Edward Colman The Children's Hour – Franz F ... Greenham The Absent-Minded Professor – Robert A ...
The Absent-Minded Beggar - Reception
... arrangements of the song were published, such as "The Absent-Minded Beggar March" ... charitable fund was eventually titled the "Absent Minded Beggar Relief Corps" or the "Absent-Minded Beggar Fund," providing small comforts to the soldiers themselves ... Local "Absent Minded Beggar Relief Corps" branches were opened in Trinidad, Cape Town, Ireland, New Zealand, China, India and numerous places throughout the ...

Famous quotes containing the words minded and/or absent:

    When politicians and politically minded people pay too much attention to literature, it is a bad sign—a bad sign mostly for literature.... But it is also a bad sign when they don’t want to hear the word mentioned.
    Italo Calvino (1923–1985)

    What, keep a week away? Seven days and nights,
    Eightscore-eight hours, and lovers’ absent hours
    More tedious than the dial eightscore times!
    O weary reckoning!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)