In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- He was down to a bit part when the picture came out.
- He made his film debut 10 years later with a bit part in the 1959 film The Savage Innocents.
- He also appeared at Harrogate Theatre as Edmund Kean and played a bit part in Coronation Street before stardom.
- I had been hired for a bit part and he was so nice to me and so kind.
- One of his first Hollywood roles was a bit part in Deep Impact.
- Also, blink and you'll miss Michael Caine in an uncredited bit part.
- Never again will I accept a bit part as a laundry owner in a student film.
- The day after being sacked, he left for London to begin his acting career, starting with a bit part in Coriolanus.
- They liked me, though, and they wrote in a bit part for me, but that got cut for Hollywood reasons, time constraints or whatever.
- When Burton wanted Heston for a bit part, Zanuck booked a table at the very same Beverly Hills cafe and, some 30 years later, made the same begging plea.
- Had he been alive, I might have tried to get him a bit part in the remake of Lassie Come Home, which is to be filmed in Ireland.
- Characters with a bit part in one film become central characters in another and peripheral scenes in one film take on a whole new resonance in the next.
- During high school, he got a bit part as ‘The Noodle’ on WWWM - 105, now Magic 105 in Cleveland.
- Well, he had a bit part in the Shakespeare play ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream.’
- Although the film was set in Yorkshire much of the filming was done in Rochdale and Mr and Mrs Woodcock's own son, Edward, has a bit part in the film.
- But almost everyone was too concerned with skyrocketing to fame with their indie band or landing a bit part in some MTV movie to be bothered by academics.
- Being the lead does not interest me, but I'll stunt double her and play a bit part.
- It is a bit part, but he is the only person in the film who projects the real Kennedy glamour.
- Later on in 1991 I had a bit part with Cliff in ‘Lethal Impact’, wherein Cliff takes off my head.
- Why did Lawrence Fishburne take a bit part in this?
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