Who is Hellman?

  • (noun): United States playwright; her plays were often indictments of injustice (1905-1984).
    Synonyms: Lillian Hellman


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Hellman, Long Beach, California - Location
... The greater Hellman neighborhood is bordered by Alamitos Avenue to the west, Anaheim Street to the north, Cherry Avenue to the east, and 7th Street to the ... To the west of Hellman is the East Village and to the north is Cambodia Town, to the east is Rose Park and to the south is North Alamitos Beach (NABA) ...
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Hellman & Friedman
... Hellman Friedman LLC (H F) is a private equity firm, founded in 1984 by Warren Hellman and Tully Friedman, that makes investments primarily through leveraged buyouts ...
Kermit Bloomgarden - Career
... Shumlin, he helped produce a number of Lillian Hellman's plays, including The Children's Hour (1934), The Little Foxes (1939), and Watch on the Rhine (1942), and ... Bloomgarden also mounted Hellman's last play Toys in the Attic (1960) ... His first hit was Deep Are the Roots (1945), followed by Hellman's Another Part of the Forest (1946) ...
Braid (video Game) - Development - Artwork
... Hellman created the necessary pieces of artwork to match the drawings as well as the mood and tone of each level the image here was used for World 3, Time and Mystery ... concept artist) and ultimately the final artwork was created by David Hellman, artist of the critically acclaimed webcomic A Lesson Is Learned but the Damage Is Irreversible ... Blow gave Hellman rough images of the level's layout and told him to draw over it ...

Famous quotes containing the word hellman:

    Success isn’t everything but it makes a man stand straight.
    —Lillian Hellman (1905–1984)

    Courtesy is breeding. Breeding is an excellent thing. Always remember that.
    —Lillian Hellman (1905–1984)

    I cannot and will not cut my conscience to fit this year’s fashions.
    —Lillian Hellman (1905–1984)