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1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

'Tontokrom galamsey soldiers' name Commanding Officer

Citifmonline
Owned and run by Russians and Ukrainians, the company was mining on concessions fronted by three Ghanaian companies – Kasmil Mining Company Limited, K. Afriyie and Sons Precious Metal Company and King Solomon Mining Company. Each of the ...

1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

Galamsey thrived due to total breakdown of law

GhanaWeb
The Lands and Forestry Minister says illegal mining popularly known as 'galamsey' thrived because of the total breakdown of law in the country. John Peter ...

1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

81 years ago, the first movie camera over Everest won an Oscar

A.V. Club
He was a specialist in adventure footage, best remembered for directing the African unit on the 1937 adaptation of King Solomon's Mines, but when World War II broke out, he became the head of the British military's famous Middle East camouflage division.

1951 Academy Awards Cinematography Winner King Solomon

Why we celebrate 'Star Wars'

The Spokesman-Review
See “King Solomon's Mines” (1985). With “Star Wars,” there are a few comparables. Try “Battle Beyond the Stars,” starring Richard “John Boy” Thomas, a movie famous for having a spaceship with female eh hem … “features.” But “At the Earth's Core” is ...

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