WENR's Media Gems Announces Release of ``Gangster Story''.LOS ANGELES -- Media Gems, a subsidiary of WENR WENR Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers (The Netherlands) Corp. (OTC OTC
See over-the-counter market (OTC). :WNRC WNRC Washington National Records Center ) (wenr.net), announced today that it has selected "Gangster Story," starring Walter Matthau, to be released with an interview with Mr. Matthau, a giant in the film industry. The release will be on DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
in full digital video disc or digital versatile disc
Type of optical disc. The DVD represents the second generation of compact-disc (CD) technology. and VHS.
Actor Walter Matthau directed his first and only feature film with the black-and-white crime drama, "Gangster Story" (1960, 70 minutes). In an unusual non-comedic role, Matthau plays Jack Martin, a local gangster who wants to run his own crime syndicate in the neighborhood run by Earl Dawson (Bruce McFarlan). They eventually team up and plan a heist. Carol Grace plays the reform-minded girlfriend, Andrea LeVasseur.
Born Walter Matthow on October 1, 1920 to a pair of Russian-Jewish immigrants in New York City New York City: see New York, city.
New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. , Matthau grew up poor on the Lower East Side and started out selling soft drinks and playing bit parts at a Yiddish theater at age 11. He was paid 50 cents for each of his occasional onstage appearances. He lived with his older brother, Henry, and their mother, a garment worker, on the Lower East Side of New York. After graduating from Seward Park High School during the Depression, he took government jobs as a forester in Montana, a gym instructor for the Works Progress Administration Works Progress Administration: see Work Projects Administration. and a boxing coach for policemen. During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps as a radio cryptographer cryp·tog·ra·pher
One who uses, studies, or develops cryptographic systems and writings.
Noun 1. cryptographer - decoder skilled in the analysis of codes and cryptograms
cryptanalyst, cryptologist in a heavy bomber unit in Europe, and returned home a sergeant with six battle stars. In 1948, his first role was when he was hired as an understudy for the role of an 83-year-old English bishop in "Anne of the Thousand Days," starring Rex Harrison. His fame came with "The Fortune Cookie (1966)" and "The Odd Couple (1968)."
Media Gems controls an extensive library incorporating over 15,000 titles. Along with its vast content library, it has access to editing and authoring facilities, distribution facilities, as well as fulfillment facilities. It also will deliver digital content via the Internet for Video on Demand with its "State of the Art" streaming technology for broadband events.
WENR Corp. will provide Media Gems with resources for marketing through the Internet and television advertising to increase revenue and exposure of the library. WENR is a holding company that acquires technology and technology companies. It provides senior management assistance for product and market development and secures working capital.
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