Bad Hat Harry Productions is an American film and television production company founded in 1994 by director Bryan Singer. It has produced such films as The Usual Suspects and the X-Men film series, as well as the television series House. The name is an homage to Steven Spielberg and comes from a line uttered by Roy Scheider in the 1975 feature Jaws: an elderly swimmer in a bathing cap teases police chief Martin Brody about not going in the water; Brody replies, "That's some bad hat, Harry." The original 2004 logo paid animated homage to this scene. The current logo, introduced in 2011, is taken from the police lineup scene of The Usual Suspects.
The Spanish ambassador moves in next door, and Madeline soon discovers that Pepito, his son, is a bad boy. Gradually, Pepito's pranks escalate, but despite the intensity of his teasing behavior, Pepito eventually learns his lesson. Ludwig Bemelmans's illustrations of Paris life, particularly a market scene, are as charming as ever.
To make the point that Pepito is a bad hat, Bemelmans goes overboard, progressing from standard mischief to downright cruelty. The most offensive verse revolves around Pepito's creation: a guillotine. Pepito, the author writes, "was unmoved by the last look / the frightened chickens gave the cook."
Despite the intensity of Pepito's bad behavior, the message is clear: He has to change if he wants Madeline and the other girls to play with him. Children will recognize all of Pepito's attempts to make friends, including showing off, and the illustration of the changed Pepito and the girls setting free birds, butterflies, and other animals is heartwarming.
Whether you like the humanity of the main character of the series or not, the thing we do know is that the chic hat he's wearing is of a timeless class. Indeed, the pork pie is particularly one the great veteran of felt hats: of its kind, the classic diamond and the classic Italy constitute the essentials of any good wardrobe to be respected. Yet, if you wish to alternate textures according to seasons, a black pie braided could be a pleasant choice to wear and to look at. The black color offers class and mystery to those men and women that invest in this hat. As far as we're concerned, we have a very soft spot for the classic porkpie endowed with a comfort which is similar to the more high-end hats. To crown your style, you can have a look at braids and feathers to be able to strut with a totally bespoke product.
Associated with harmonized-seasonal shoes, accessories and clothes, the charisma of the porkpie reveals itself. Good heavens!!! Walter White even imposes it with style and between his thin glasses, his average American outfit, and his black shoulder bag. Several brands, from Bailey to Stetson offer the porkpie hat in various sizes. In France, we can count on the widest range in this domain (on line or at our shop in Lyon), whether it is for the winter, the mid-season, or the spring-summer. From a finely woven straw, from raffia straw or from straw-paper, you can find many varieties of this hat for the beautiful days, but not only... Wool felt (and waterproof wool felt), wool and cotton are therefore other materials that have been tamed by this nice jazzy hat which, from the American Civil War to now, is still fashionable.
EXCLUSIVE: Bryan Singer has hired Chris Lee to become CEO of his Bad Hat Harry production banner. Lee, the former TriStar and Columbia Pictures president, took a detour to teach, and more recently has been making movies in China. He reunites with Singer after they worked together on films including Valkyrie and Superman Returns. Lee will work alongside Bat Hat Harry president Jason Taylor at a busy time for the company.
Logo: We see 2 cartoon men on a beach, sitting next to a penthouse. One of them sits on a cooler, the other on a beach chair, both in beach attire. The company name in black is at the top of the screen. The man (which must be Martin Brody from Jaws) on the left (presumably Harry) is wearing a rather silly aviator-type hat. The man on the right leans over a bit, towards Harry, and says "That's some bad hat, Harry." A shark fin can be seen in the ocean, as well as two seagulls.
Logo: There are silhouettes of five people walking into and settling in front of a background screen consisting of horizontal white lines. After they take place, the logo becomes a glossy stencil on a cerulean wall with the logo turning red, and as the logo zooms out, the text "BAD HAT HARRY" fade in, in the same color under it. The picture then turns wet because of rain falling down from the logo.
Availability: Appears on X-Men: First Class, Uwantme2killhim?, Jack the Giant Slayer, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and X-Men: Apocalypse. A shortened version can be seen on H+: The Digital Series and Black Box. Also seen on Legion and The Gifted.
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The board is affixed to stretchers. There is staining and frame abrasion along the extreme outer edges with a small tear at center bottom edge beneath the frame and the paperboard appears to be lightly toned. There are some scattered spots of staining throughout and there is a spot of glue remnants at the center upper margin beneath the frame.
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"In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, lived 12 little girls in two straight lines. They left the house at half past nine in two straight lines, in rain or shine. The smallest one was Madeline."
Author Ludwig Bemelmans' classic children's tale, "Madeline and the Bad Hat," begins with these cherished rhymes. An original musical based upon the much-loved book will be staged in two performances at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Saturday, Jan. 22.
ArtsPower National Touring Theatre's "Madeline and the Bad Hat," featuring a four-member cast, captures the blithe spirit of Madeline, a young girl who discovers that first impressions can be wrong. Helping her learn this lesson is Pepito, the son of a Spanish ambassador who moves next door.
ArtsPower's mission is to provide young people, many for the first time, with the unforgettable opportunity to experience the transporting power of outstanding theater that entertains, stimulates and educates," playhouse spokesperson Susan Dumont-Bengston said. 041b061a72