Thin Man

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Silverplate - Testing of Bomb Shapes
... The first test drop at Muroc on March 6 involved a Thin Man, followed on March 14 by two drops of an implosion device shape (codenamed Fat Man) fitted with a circular tail fin stabilizer designed by engineers at the ... The Thin Man performed without major problems but the Fat Man shapes exhibited significant wobble characteristics, apparently due to poor workmanship and misalignment of the tail fins ... A fourth testing flight resulted in the premature release of a Thin Man shape while the B-29 was still en route to the test range and severely damaged the aircraft ...
List Of Female Detective Characters - C
... The pair solves a crime in The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett and in the successful movie of the book, starring William Powell and Myrna Loy ... Five movie sequels to "The Thin Man" were made, followed by radio and television series ... A remake of "The Thin Man" will be released in 2013 ...
Myrna Loy Filmography - 1940–1949
... William Powell, Jack Carson Shadow of the Thin Man Nora Charles W.S ... Donna Reed 1943 Show Business at War Herself Louis De Rochemont 1945 The Thin Man Goes Home Nora Charles Richard Thorpe William Powell 1946 So Goes My Love ...
Thin Man (comics)
... The Thin Man (Bruce Dickson) is a fictional, American comic book character in Marvel Comics' main shared universe ... Timely Comics during the time fans and historians call the Golden Age of Comic Books, the Thin Man was one of the first "stretching" superheroes, predating the more famous ...
Thin Man (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... physical resilience and flexibility, including the ability to become "thin", or rather, flat ... The Thin Man, which Dickson has adopted as his superhero name, becomes a member of the stateside team the Liberty Legion during World War II ... Thing who had traveled back in time, and then aided them in battling Master Man, U-Man, and Skyshark ...

Famous quotes containing the words man and/or thin:

    The man who, from the beginning of his life, has been bathed at length in the soft atmosphere of a woman, in the smell of her hands, of her bosom, of her knees, of her hair, of her supple and floating clothes, ... has contracted from this contact a tender skin and a distinct accent, a kind of androgyny without which the harshest and most masculine genius remains, as far as perfection in art is concerned, an incomplete being.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    “Maman”, said Annaïse, her voice strangely weak. “Here is the water.”
    A thin blade of silver came forward in the plain and the peasants ran alongside it, crying and singing.
    “Oh, Manuel, Manuel, why are you dead?” moaned Délira.
    “No”, said Annaïse, and she smiled through her tears, “no, he is not dead”.
    She took the old woman’s hand and pressed gently against her belly where new life stirred.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)