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Woman Times Seven (Italian: Sette volte donna) is a 1967 sex comedy anthology film directed by Vittorio De Sica. It consists of seven segments, all starring Shirley MacLaine, most of which deal with aspects of adultery.
Woman Times Seven
Eve makes a grand entrance at the Palais Garnier. Her glory reaches a shinning moment when the audience stand and gaze at her in her box; this moment is ruined when another, older woman, comes into her own box wears the same dress.
Variety wrote: "Woman Times Seven means a seven-segment showcase for the talents of Shirley MacLaine, playing in tragicomedy and dramatic fashion a variety of femme types. MacLaine is spotted in many different adult situations, and largely convinces with each switcheroo."
In Funeral Procession, Shirley MacLaine is Paulette, the woman who is very upset as she mourns the demise of her husband, while Peter Sellers as Jean and Elspeth March as Annette are two of the family doctors.
As a multi episode movie from Vittorio De Sica, it lacks something; Sophia Loren, instead Shirley MacLaine stars in seven different roles. It's not all MacLaine's fault all the women she's asked to portray range from silly to down ridiculous. Paulette; Funeral possession (with Peter Sellers) and Edith; Super Simone are okay however Eve; At The Opera and Marie; The Suicides I found almost unbearable. The only piece i really enjoyed was the last Jeanne; Snow (with Anita Ekberg and Michael Caine.)The film has a distinctly sixties feel and is attractively shot in Paris, but can't compete with his de Sica's best Italian films.
Woman Times Seven is a film split into seven entirely separate stories loosely based around love and adultery. Shirley MacLaine stars in each of the seven segments that vary in tone, but mostly have a comedic angle. In places the tone reminded me of the Peter Cook and Dudley Moore film Bedazzled, which is also broken into different segments albeit with more of a connecting structure.
Los Angeles: Twentieth Century-Fox, 1967. Collection of 3 vintage black-and-white reference photographs from the 1967 film. Each photo has a ditto-style mimeo snipe printed on the verso. An anthology of seven mini-stories, ranging from comedy to drama, all directed by De Sica, all starring actress Shirley MacLaine in various guises, and all dealing with adultery and its ramifications. [Book #135367]
Anthology of seven tales on the theme of adultery. A widow enjoys her husband's funeral, a woman becomes a prostitute to get back at her husband, a seemingly strait-laced woman has a daring secret, a writer's wife tries to get his attention, a dress sparks a bitter rivalry, a death-pact is formed, and a married woman's latest lover is secretly a private eye hired by her husband. Comedy, starring Shirley Maclaine in seven different roles. With Peter Sellers, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin and Robert Morley
Shirley MacLaine stars in seven vignettes, paired with or pitted against seven different men, ranging from Peter Sellers to Rossano Brazzi to Michael Caine who appears in the final episode as a mysterious stranger who never says a word. He's sort of solicited by MacLaine on the street, follows her home and springs a surprise. As with all portmanteau movies, some segments work better than others and much depends on one's tolerance for MacLaine's mannerisms and trademark kookiness. Unlike MacLaine's previous episodic movie, What a Way to Go, in which she was a serial wife, this one isn't afraid of flirting with serious themes like suicide and what happens when women wear identical frocks.
Research (from The Guardian) shows that three-quarters of UK children spend more time indoors than prisoners, and children living in deprived areas are nine times less likely to access green spaces than children in affluent areas.
Ms. Zhu took started practicing Falun Gong in 1998 and credited it for changing her from a hot-tempered person to someone who was peaceful and considerate. Ms. Zhu was arrested a five times and held in Chinese prisons for a total of seven and a half years for her faith in Falun Gong.
Ms. Zhu was transferred to the Mudanjiang City No.2 Detention Center on May 10 and then to the Mudanjiang City No.1 Detention Center in June after her arrest was approved. She was sentenced to seven years by the Yangming District Court in October 2002.
Michele Dombrowski, a former NCAA All-American lacrosse and field hockey player, enters her 17th year as Sewanee's head women's lacrosse coach.Dombrowski helped start the program in 2006, playing two seasons of club ball before becoming a varsity sport in 2008.Under her leadership, she has compiled a 166-104 all-time record with the Purple and White with three conference championships and two NCAA Tournament appearances.Entering her 17th season as a collegiate women's lacrosse head coach, she holds a 158-83 record. Since the inception of the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) in 2013, the Tigers have posted a 50-11 record. Including her win-loss record as a field hockey head coach, she a 272-230 overall record.In 16 seasons with the Tigers, she is a three-time SAA Coach of the Year, and an All-West Region Coach of the Year member. She has coached 39 to All-Region honors with the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA), 80 All-Conference honorees and 157 selections to the league's Academic Honor Roll. In addition, the program has earned the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad award 10 times, including eight straight years the award has been produced. Dombrowski served on the IWLCA Board of Directors as one of three representatives for NCAA Division III from 2017-20, and she has served on several committees within the coaches organization.In August 2022, the she was elevated to Senior Woman Administrator for the department.As Women's Lacrosse CoachBack to a regular schedule in 2022, Sewanee matched the second-most wins in program history with a 14-5 mark and returned to the SAA Tournament Championship game since 2015. Brooke Sigmon was named the Newcomer of the Year as nine athletes were named to the All-SAA Team. Two athletes were named to the IWLCA All-Region Team. Despite a global pandemic, the Tigers were able to get on the field in 2021 with a 2-2 record, with wins over Transylvania and Birmingham-Southern. Three were named All-Region, and 18 student-athletes were listed on the SAA Academic Honor Roll. Earning the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad for the 10th time in history, including an eighth straight year, seven were listed on the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.
The 2019 season saw the Tigers in the semifinals of the SAA Tournament, posting a 12-7 record. The team finished second in the nation in caused turnovers per game (16.63) and seventh in ground balls per game (29.53). Finishing 35th in shooting percentage with a 48.4% mark and 16th in save percentage (53.0%), Dombrowski earned her third SAA Coach of the Year selection. Nine student-athletes were listed on the All-Conference Team, the most since the 2015 season. Two were listed on the All-Region Team. In the classroom, the team totaled 19 members to the SAA Academic Honor Roll and seven were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. The program also achieved the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad for the ninth time. In 2018, she led the program back to the SAA Tournament semifinals en route to a 12-6 overall record. The team finished leading the conference in five statistical categories (assists per game, 7.56; caused turnovers per game, 17.0; groundballs per game, 29.33; saves percentage, .542; and scoring defense, 7.06). The program finished third nationally in caused turnovers and groundballs per game, and they were ranked 12th in all of Division III in saves percentage and scoring defense.Seven saw their names on the All-SAA Team, while Grace Fulton C'19 earned All-Region. Along with earning the IWLCA National Academic Squad award for the eighth time, six were on the coaches association's Academic Honor Roll, while 15 were listed on the SAA Academic Honor Roll.In 2017, the Tigers bounced back with a 14-5 record and a 5-2 record inside conference play. The team finished as a semifinalist in the SAA Tournament, but the highlight of the season came in goal. Brianna Young, the SAA Defensive Player of the Year, led all NCAA Division III goalkeepers with a .613 save percentage out of 200 student-athletes. Five were named All-SAA and two were listed to the All-West Region. In the classroom, 13 were named to the league's Academic Honor Roll, and three were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. Despite a 7-11 record, the 2016 season saw Dombrowski earn her 100th career win with the program, defeating Berry, 11-6, in the SAA Quarterfinals on April 22. Five players were named to the All-SAA Team, while two were listed to the All-West Region Team. 11 were named to the SAA Academic Honor Roll, while the team earned the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad for the sixth time. In 2015, the Tigers' eighth season of women's lacrosse, had one of the memorable seasons in the program's young history. Sewanee finished the season with a 17-2 record, capped by a 25-game winning streak over two seasons. The streak started on March 22, 2014, with a 23-3 win over Oglethorpe (Ga.), and lasted over a season until it came to an end in the SAA Championship on April 26, 2015, against Rhodes. Additionally, Sewanee made its second trip to the NCAA Tournament while also receiving the program's first-ever at-large bid into the Big Dance.During the 2015 season, the team was second in the nation in scoring. Sewanee also ranked nationally in scoring margin (10th), win percentage (second), and in draw controls (eighth). Nine players were named to the All-Conference Team, while Ellie Murphy C'15 was honored as the league's Offensive Player of the Year. Five were named All-Region, including three on the First Team. Dombrowski also earned her second SAA Coach of the Year honor, and she was also named the West Region Coach of the Year. In 2014, the Tigers, despite losing to Centre in the regular season, came back to defeat the Colonels in the SAA Tournament to win their second consecutive SAA Tournament Championship. Sally Anne Greenwood C'15 led the program to its first SAA Offensive Player of the Year honor, as nine student-athletes were honored on the All-SAA Team. Four were listed on the All-West Region Team. Along with the program being named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad for a fifth time in seven years, seven were listed on the SAA Academic Honor Roll. After Sewanee made the move to the SAA in 2013, the program went 13-7, but more importantly, the team swept conference play en route to its first-ever SAA Regular Season and Tournament Championship. Additionally, the Purple and White made its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in its sixth year of existence. 041b061a72