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Yul Brynner Solomon and Sheba (1959) Following Tyrone Power's death in November 1958 of a sudden heart attack; having completed 75% of the required shooting, Power's death forced the production to recast the role with Yul Brynner and reshoot most of Power's scenes. Footage of Power, however, was retained for long shots, such as in the sword fighting sequence toward the end of the film, and reels featuring the rest of Power's performance are rumored to be kept locked away in vaults to this…

Yul Brynner Solomon and Sheba (1959) Following Tyrone Power's death in November 1958 of a sudden heart attack; having completed 75% of the required shooting, Power's death forced the production to recast the role with Yul Brynner and reshoot most of Power's scenes. Footage of Power, however, was retained for long shots, such as in the sword fighting sequence toward the end of the film, and reels featuring the rest of Power's performance are rumored to be kept locked away in vaults to this…

Ex Muslim Woman WARNS CANADA OF SHARIA LAW TAKE OVER - Sandra Solomon

Ex Muslim Woman WARNS CANADA OF SHARIA LAW TAKE OVER - Sandra Solomon

Americans and Japanese had different aircraft design philosophies. Japanese aircraft were optimized for offensive fighting power and emphasized range, firepower, and maneuverability at the expense of ruggedness and protection. This led to deficiencies such as the almost complete lack of self-sealing fuel tanks, which made many Japanese aircraft fire traps. Few Japanese aircraft had any significant amount of pilot armor. Allied aircraft were much better protected but could not match the…

Americans and Japanese had different aircraft design philosophies. Japanese aircraft were optimized for offensive fighting power and emphasized range, firepower, and maneuverability at the expense of ruggedness and protection. This led to deficiencies such as the almost complete lack of self-sealing fuel tanks, which made many Japanese aircraft fire traps. Few Japanese aircraft had any significant amount of pilot armor. Allied aircraft were much better protected but could not match the…

The U.S. heavy cruiser USS Northampton CA-26 at Brisbane, Australia, 5 August 1941. Note her false bow wave camouflage (no. 5 scheme) on no.1 scheme.

The U.S. heavy cruiser USS Northampton CA-26 at Brisbane, Australia, 5 August 1941. Note her false bow wave camouflage (no. 5 scheme) on no.1 scheme.