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By Lou Cedrone | November 15, 1991
DIRECTOR Martin Scorsese, who has tried just about every film genre and done well with them, goes for the horror film this time with ''Cape Fear.''He does rather well with it, too, but "Cape Fear" is still a horror film. It isn't in the same category as the ''Friday the 13'' or the ''Elm Street'' movies, but at times it's close enough.A remake of the 1962 film starring Gregory Peck and Robert Mitchum (who do small roles in the remake), ''Cape Fear'' takes place in Florida where an attorney is menaced by a former client, a man who has served 14 years for rape and battery.
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Sports Digest | June 16, 2014
After having trailed by 18 points with 10 minutes remaining, a last-gasp touchdown by Aaron Yarbough propelled the Baltimore Mariners past the Cape Fear Heroes, 45-44, on Saturday night to win the 2014 American Indoor Football championship in Fayetteville, N.C. The title-winning pass came from Richard Johnson , normally a defensive back, who filled in at quarterback after injuries to both of the team's top two players at the position. The Heroes led after each of the first three quarters.
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By Janet Maslin and Janet Maslin,New York Times News Service | November 10, 1991
New York -- When Gregory Peck, playing the upright lawyer Sam Bowden in the 1962 thriller "Cape Fear," proclaims the ex-con Max Cady a "shocking degenerate," Robert Mitchum, playing Cady, simply laughs. With sociopathic glee he has stalked the Bowdens, a stalwart husband, white-gloved wife and innocent daughter who represent an early-'60s vision of clean-cut American life."I must say I hoped that Max would've killed them," observes Martin Scorsese, who has just remade "Cape Fear" in his own turbulent fashion, one that has absolutely nothing to do with the earlier film's white-picket-fence world.
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July 13, 2004
Barry Bonds was a top vote-getter for the All-Star Game, but the San Francisco Giants' left fielder is just part of baseball's constellation lighting up Minute Maid Park in Houston tonight. Miguel Tejada is the only Oriole in the lineup. Game time is 8 p.m. on Fox (Channel 45). At a glance Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (10 p.m.-11 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) - The discovery of the body of a murdered criminology student leads Detectives Stabler and Benson on the trail of a rapist with an expert knowledge of forensics.
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By Los Angeles Times | February 5, 1991
HOLLYWOOD -- "Cape Fear" was considered strong stuff fo its suggestions of sexual violence when released in 1962. Now, the script for director Martin Scorsese's remake appears to be the blueprint for an even more lurid picture.The original revolved around a sadistic ex-con terrorizing the man whose testimony sent him to prison for rape.Directed by J. Lee Thompson, the film's then-shocking scenes featured Robert Mitchum as the psychopath, taunting Gregory Peck by expressing lust for Peck's wife (Polly Bergen)
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | November 15, 1991
Meet feral man. He's a tattoo museum and his eyes glint with pathological cunning. He has done graduate work at the University of the Joint, where he studied rape from a variety of perspectives.At that august institution he also had his last vestiges of humanity removed while acquiring a useful knowledge of the law, physical fitness and close-quarters combat. He's very tough. He's very dangerous. But worst of all, he's very smart.And who is the natural prey of feral man? Why, it's rational man, in his crisp seersuckers and his starchy shirts.
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By Lou Cedrone | October 25, 1990
Martin Scorsese, in New York to do publicity for his Mafia opus, ''GoodFellas,'' said he had just returned from the Florida Everglades where he was planning to do his next film, a remake of the 1962 ''Cape Fear'' in which Robert Mitchum was the ex-con who menaced the lawyer who had sent him to prison.''It's not the usual place to do a film,'' said Scorsese, who added that Robert De Niro, who has already done six films with Scorsese, will be playing the ex-con in the remake.Scorsese has been talking to Robert Redford about doing the role of the lawyer, played originally by Gregory Peck.
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By Lou Cedrone | November 14, 1991
* ''Cape Fear'' An ex-convict terrorizes his former lawyer and his family. Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange star, and Martin Scorsese directed.
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April 10, 1998
April10--Capital City, 7: 05; 11--Capital City, 7: 05; 12 --Capital City, 2: 05; 13--Capital City, 7: 05; 14--at Hagerstown, 7: 05; 15--at Hagerstown, 7: 05; 16-- Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 17--Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 18--Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 19--Charleston, W.Va., 2: 05; 20--Cape Fear, 7: 05; 21--Cape Fear, 7: 05; 23--at Hickory, 7: 05; 24--at Hickory, 7: 05; 25--at Hickory, 7: 05; 26--at Hickory, 2: 05; 27--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 28--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 29--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 30-- Hagerstown, 7: 05.May1--at Charleston, W.Va.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 1997
CAPE FEAR, N.C. -- Scott Eibey (2-1) pitched 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief last night, and the Delmarva Shorebirds (18-18) beat the Cape Fear Crocs, 10-6, in the Single-A South Atlantic League.Carlos Casimiro had four of the Shorebirds' 15 hits with two doubles, a bases-empty homer and a two-run single. He also scored four runs, and had three RBIs. Ryan Minor finished 3-for-4, and Tim DeCinces hit a two-run homer (his fourth in six games) to extend his hitting streak to 10 games.Pub Date: 5/11/97
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August 7, 2000
Yesterday's results Triple-A International League Norfolk 7, Rochester 2 Double-A Eastern League Akron 6, Bowie 5: Jon Hamilton hit a two-run single with the bases loaded and one out in the ninth inning yesterday, giving the Aeros a win over the visiting Baysox. The Aeros scored three runs in the ninth off Jason Lakman and Neil Weber. Lakman walked Zach Sorensen and Scott Pratt to start the inning, then committed a throwing error on Mike Edwards' sacrifice bunt, allowing Pratt to score.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1999
Hard-edged guys who are a lot more gullible than they think. Slinky, sharp-tongued femme fatales who live to prey on that vulnerability. And action that, for some reason, almost always takes place at night.Think Barbara Stanwyck toying with hapless insurance salesman Fred MacMurray in "Double Indemnity," Ava Gardner shredding Burt Lancaster's heart in "The Killers," Veronica Lake instilling a fatal dose of humanity into Alan Ladd in "This Gun For Hire."Such are the essential elements of film noir, a uniquely American cinematic art form (although the French coined the term, which translates to "dark cinema")
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August 27, 1998
YesterdayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEPawtucket 2-2, Rochester 0-10: Darin Blood (1-2) won to help the host Red Wings gain a split.DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUEHarrisburg 6, Bowie 3: The visiting Senators scored three times in the top of the ninth to win.SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUEDanville 4, Frederick 0SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUEDelmarva 9, Cape Fear 4Hagerstown 6, Charleston, W. Va. 1TodayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEPawtucket at Rochester, 7: 15 p.m.DOUBLE-A EASTERN...
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June 21, 1998
TodayPro baseballToronto at Orioles, 1: 35Binghamton at Bowie, 1: 05Wilmington at Frederick, 1: 05Hagerstown at Hickory, 2Delmarva at Cape Fear, 2: 05Pro women's basketballDetroit at Washington, 6TomorrowPro baseballNew York Mets at Orioles, 7: 35Binghamton at Bowie, 7: 05Hagerstown at Delmarva, 7: 05TuesdayPro baseballNew York Mets at Orioles, 7: 35Bowie at Harrisburg, 7: 05Hagerstown at Delmarva, 7: 05WednesdayPro baseballOrioles at New York Mets, 7:...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 17, 1998
Paxton Crawford and two relievers limited host Bowie to four singles last night as the Trenton Thunder won, 3-1, in the Eastern League.Keys 8, Hillcats 7: Chris Bryant's two home runs and four RBIs led Frederick (4-2) over host Lynchburg (3-3).Shorebirds 6, Alley Cats 2: Delmarva (7-8) won with a five-run fifth.Scores, scheduleEastern LeagueYesterday's resultsTrenton 3, Bowie 1Akron 14, Binghamton 4+ Harrisburg 4, New Britain 1Today's gamesTrenton at Bowie, 7: 05Akron at Binghamton, 7Harrisburg at New Britain, 6: 35New Haven at Norwich, 7: 05Reading at Portland, 6Wednesday's resultsBowie 5, Trenton 4Portland 13, Akron 0Binghamton 4, New Haven 1Reading 5, Harrisburg 3( Norwich 8, New Britain 3Carolina LeagueYesterday's resultsFrederick 8, Lynchburg 7Prince William 4, Winston-Salem 2Kinston 8, Danville 0% Wilmington 3, Salem 1Today's gamesSalem at Frederick, 6: 35Wilmington at Winston-Salem, 7: 15Danville at Prince William, 7: 30Kinston at Lynchburg, 7: 05Wednesday's resultsFrederick 2, Lynchburg 1Winston-Salem 10, Prince William 7Kinston 5, Danville 4% Wilmington 3, Salem 2South Atlantic LeagueYesterday's resultsDelmarva 6, Charleston, WV 2Hagerstown 12, Capital City 9Cape Fear 3, Piedmont 2Asheville 5, Augusta 4, Charleston, SC 3, Savannah 2Greensboro 10, Columbus 2Hickory 7, Macon 1Today's gamesCharleston, WV at DelmarvaHagerstown at Capital CityAsheville at AugustaCape Fear at PiedmontGreensboro at ColumbusMacon at HickorySavannah at Charleston, SCWednesday's resultsHagerstown...
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April 10, 1998
April10--Capital City, 7: 05; 11--Capital City, 7: 05; 12 --Capital City, 2: 05; 13--Capital City, 7: 05; 14--at Hagerstown, 7: 05; 15--at Hagerstown, 7: 05; 16-- Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 17--Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 18--Charleston, W.Va., 7: 05; 19--Charleston, W.Va., 2: 05; 20--Cape Fear, 7: 05; 21--Cape Fear, 7: 05; 23--at Hickory, 7: 05; 24--at Hickory, 7: 05; 25--at Hickory, 7: 05; 26--at Hickory, 2: 05; 27--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 28--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 29--Hagerstown, 7: 05; 30-- Hagerstown, 7: 05.May1--at Charleston, W.Va.
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June 21, 1998
TodayPro baseballToronto at Orioles, 1: 35Binghamton at Bowie, 1: 05Wilmington at Frederick, 1: 05Hagerstown at Hickory, 2Delmarva at Cape Fear, 2: 05Pro women's basketballDetroit at Washington, 6TomorrowPro baseballNew York Mets at Orioles, 7: 35Binghamton at Bowie, 7: 05Hagerstown at Delmarva, 7: 05TuesdayPro baseballNew York Mets at Orioles, 7: 35Bowie at Harrisburg, 7: 05Hagerstown at Delmarva, 7: 05WednesdayPro baseballOrioles at New York Mets, 7:...
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August 27, 1998
YesterdayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEPawtucket 2-2, Rochester 0-10: Darin Blood (1-2) won to help the host Red Wings gain a split.DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUEHarrisburg 6, Bowie 3: The visiting Senators scored three times in the top of the ninth to win.SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUEDanville 4, Frederick 0SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUEDelmarva 9, Cape Fear 4Hagerstown 6, Charleston, W. Va. 1TodayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEPawtucket at Rochester, 7: 15 p.m.DOUBLE-A EASTERN...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 1997
CAPE FEAR, N.C. -- Scott Eibey (2-1) pitched 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief last night, and the Delmarva Shorebirds (18-18) beat the Cape Fear Crocs, 10-6, in the Single-A South Atlantic League.Carlos Casimiro had four of the Shorebirds' 15 hits with two doubles, a bases-empty homer and a two-run single. He also scored four runs, and had three RBIs. Ryan Minor finished 3-for-4, and Tim DeCinces hit a two-run homer (his fourth in six games) to extend his hitting streak to 10 games.Pub Date: 5/11/97
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