“Mary Poppins” is a 1964 American musical film directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by Walt Disney, with songs by the Sherman Brothers. The film combines live action with animated sequences.
Dimples first became a feature of golf balls when English engineer and manufacturer William Taylor, co-founder of the Taylor-Hobson company, registered a patent for a dimple design in 1905. William Taylor had realized that golf players were trying to make irregularities on their balls, noticing that used balls were going
The king of hearts is sometimes called the “suicide king” because he appears to be sticking his sword into his head. However, it is debated whether or not the sword and hand holding it actually belong to the king, due to a different design pattern that could indicate someone else
The logo began as a somewhat indistinct charcoal rendering of the mountain ringed with superimposed stars. The logo originally had twenty-four stars, as a tribute to the then current system of contracts for actors, since Paramount had twenty-four stars signed at the time. In 1974 the logo was simplified, adopting
The earliest precursor of modern Karate-Do originated in India, from whence a method of self-defence called Kempo was introduced in China by Buddhist monks, where it further flourished for another two thousand years. It is believed that about 5000 years ago a prince of Kanchipuram (Tamilnadu – India) developed the
Lonely Planet is the largest travel guide book publisher in the world. Lonely Planet is headquartered in Footscray, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, with affiliate offices in London and Oakland, California. The company name comes from a misheard line in “Space Captain”, a song written by Matthew Moore and first