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Shootout outside Provine HS under investigation

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Jackson police investigate shootout outside Provine High School Subscribe to WAPT on YouTube now for more: 🤍 Get more Jackson news: 🤍 Like us: 🤍 Follow us: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

These teams had some DAWGS! Provine vs Ocean Springs Full Game Highlights at The Jump

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Provine Rams took on Ocean Springs at The Jump showcase and it was a movie. Metro area vs the coast was a battle! Thank you for supporting SouthsideHoops! Please don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe as we build our YouTube to 1K subscribers! Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍

Provine: POD Drumline

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The Fearless 11: Provine High School Documentary #thefearless11

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In 1965, 11 brave students made the decision to integrate Provine High School in Jackson, Mississippi. Our dad happened to be one of those brave students. "The Fearless 11" is a documentary in the works about their experiences during that time. This will be the first film project under "The Double Scoop" directed and produced by Ashley E. Gibson We do not own the rights to the music. Artist: Gregory Porter, "1960 What" If you would like to support the making of the documentary go here: 🤍

Evolution and free will - Dr Provine

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Dorothy Provine in 'The Roaring 20's'

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Dorothy Provine died April 25, 2010 Here's Dorothy Provine in the WB 1960s TV show "The Roaring 20s". The two songs are "You Do Something To Me" and "California Here I Come".

Dorothy Provine : Don't Bring Lulu

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Dorothy Provine's 1962 single "Don't Bring Lulu"

Dean Martin and Dorothy Provine Duet LIVE

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The Frank Sinatra Show (1960) Song “ In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening”

Movie Legends - Dorothy Provine

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Dorothy Michelle Provine was an American singer, dancer, actress, and comedian.

Provine VS Yazoo City

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River City Challenge Presented by Vicksburg Warren School District

Provine VS Raymond (Highlights)

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B.A.$.$.A Holiday Invitational

La Vida y El Triste Final de Dorothy Provine

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La Vida y El Triste Final de Dorothy Provine Mini biografía de la vida de Dorothy Provine. Dorothy Michelle Provine (Deadwood, Dakota del Sur, 20 de enero de 1935 – Bremerton, 28 de abril de 20101​2​) fue una cantante, bailarina, humorista y actriz cinematográfica y televisiva estadounidense. Este video se realizó utilizando información y fotografías que se encuentran libremente en Internet. Sin intenciones de infringir los derechos de autor. Es posible que otras personas no vuelvan a subir este video. Creé este video y grabé el audio y es posible que otras personas no usen mi voz.

Will Provine on the Neutral Theory

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William B. Provine (Cornell University) talks about the development of the neutral and nearly neutral theories of molecular evolution by Motoo Kimura and Tomoko Ohta. This video was recorded at the Dibner-MBL Seminar on "Perspectives on Molecular Evolution" in May 2004, and it's available from 🤍

Provine Class of"82 Reunion

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DRIVE-IN CLASSIC: 'THE BONNIE PARKER STORY' (1958) Dorothy Provine, Jack Hogan

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1h 19min | Biography, Crime, Film-Noir | 28 May 1958 (USA) Cigar Smoking Hellcat of the Roaring Thirties In the 1930s, amoral blonde tommy-gun girl Bonnie Parker cut a swath of bodies across the South-West. Starting out on gas stations and bars with side-kick Guy Darrow she graduated to bank hold-ups with Darrow's brother and, after bloodily springing him, her jailed husband. But there was never any doubt who was in charge.

Jan. 20, 1935 Dorothy Provine, Music! Music! Music!

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Dorothy Michelle Provine (January 20, 1935 – April 25, 2010) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and comedian. Provine was born in Deadwood in southwestern South Dakota, to William and Irene Provine, but grew up in Seattle, where her parents ran a nightclub. She attended the University of Washington at Seattle, Washington, where she graduated with a degree in theater arts in 1957. In Washington, she handed out prizes for a quiz program on a local television station until she was hired by Warner Bros. at $500 per week. In Hollywood, she starred in the 1958 film The Bonnie Parker Story. That same year, she performed in a credited walk-on part in the NBC western television series Wagon Train, in the episode "The Marie Dupree Story." In 1959, she was in the cast of The 30 Foot Bride of Candy Rock, which was Lou Costello's last screen appearance. In that same year she again appeared in Wagon Train in the episode "Matthew Lowry Story", this time having a part that ran the full episode. Dorothy Provine in 1959. On January 3, 1959, Provine appeared as Laura Winfield in the episode "The Bitter Lesson" of the NBC western series Cimarron City. Laura Winfield is a newly arrived schoolteacher with false credentials who is plotting with a male companion to rob a stage shipment of gold, but not before Deputy Sheriff Lane Temple (series star John Smith) falls in love with her. Dan Blocker and Gregg Palmer also appear in this episode as interested suitors of the new teacher. A few weeks thereafter, she was cast in a supporting role in the episode "The Giant Killer" of the ABC/Warner Bros. western series Sugarfoot, with Will Hutchins in the title role. In 1959, Provine appeared as Ann Donnelly in the episode "The Confession" of another ABC/WB western series, Colt .45, starring Wayde Preston. Charles Aidman was cast in this episode as Arthur Sibley; Don C. Harvey as Sheriff Clinter. About this time she was also cast in an episode of the ABC sitcom The Real McCoys starring Walter Brennan. Another 1959 appearance was as "Chalmers" in the episode "Blood Money" of the CBS western The Texan starring Rory Calhoun as Bill Longley and Ralph Meeker in the guest cast as Sam Kerrigan. She also guest starred in the syndicated western series Man Without a Gun starring Rex Reason. Provine had a starring role in two ABC/WB series: The Alaskans (1959–1960), in the role of Rocky Shaw and with Roger Moore, and The Roaring 20's (1960–1962), in which she played the beautiful singer Pinky Pinkham. A profile in Time stated that "It is Dorothy’s oooohing and shimmying that have kept the series afloat." Rex Reason, from Man Without a Gun, co-starred with her in The Roaring 20s, along with Donald May, John Dehner, Mike Road, and Gary Vinson. Provine recorded an album of songs from the show, and had two hit singles in the UK Singles Chart — Don't Bring Lulu" (number 17 in 1961) and "Crazy Words, Crazy Tune" (number 45 in 1962). Dorothy Provine in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) She guest starred in the 25th episode of The Gallant Men called "Tommy", which aired in March 1963. Her character name was Joyce Adams, a singer who entertained the troops. In September 1965, Provine starred in the two-part episode "Alexander the Greater" that opened the second season of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV series, alongside Rip Torn and David Opatoshu, later repackaged as theatrical feature One Spy Too Many (1966). Her films included Stanley Kramer's It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), Good Neighbor Sam (1964), The Great Race (1965), That Darn Cat! (1965), Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die (1966), Who's Minding the Mint? (1967), and Never a Dull Moment (1968). In 1968, Provine married the film and television director Robert Day and retired from acting, apart from occasional guest roles on television. The couple moved to Bainbridge Island, Washington, about 1990, where they resided with their son. Provine was reclusive in retirement and indulged her love of reading and movies and occasionally drove around the island with her husband. Wikipedia Disclaimer: I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

Dorothy Provine...more from 'The Roaring 20's'

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Dorothy Provine died April 25, 2010 Here's Dorothy Provine as Pinky Pinkham in an episode of 'The Roaring 20s' called 'Two A Day'. This episode has Pinky singing in a Music Hall and not in her regular 'Charleston Club'. Songs are: 'Tea For Two' and 'Swanee'

Dorothy Provine : Crazy Words, Crazy Tune

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Dorothy Provine's 1962 single "Crazy Words, Crazy Tune"

Dorothy Provine "The Great Race" 1965 - Bobbie Wygant Archive

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For more interviews and stories go to 🤍bobbiewygant.com

Dorothy Provine & The Girls - "Whisper Song"

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"When The Pussywillow Whispers To The Catnip" ...from "The Roaring Twenties" ('60) - by popular demand (well, ONE guy anyway). For my take on Dorothy, click 🤍

5A Boys Highlights from Greenville Westen Vs. Provine

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Greenville Weston Vs. Provine for the 5A Boys MHSAA State Championship. This one went to double overtime!

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Dorothy Provine....a tribute

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Here is my tribute to the lovely, talented Miss Provine. Dorothy Provine died on April 25, 2010. The "Hollywood Palace" sequence is from October 1964.

Provine High School (2009)

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Dorothy Provine...vamp of 'The Roaring 20's'

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Dorothy Provine died April 25, 2010 Here's more of Dorothy Provine as Pinky Pinkham in the TV series 'The Roaring 20's' Songs are: 'The Black Bottom' and 'Don't bring Lulu' Sorry about the varying quality of the picture and sound but the segments are from different videos.

Dorothy Provine - "Don't Bring Lulu" - '60

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Dorothy Provine - Don't Bring Lulu SINGLES VERSION

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Back in 1960 a few seconds on my black and white TV screen was all it took for Dorothy Provine to capture my teenage heart. She was starring as singer and dancer Pinky Pinkham in the Warner Bros. series 'The Roaring 20s' that successfully interwove the investigative reporting of male leads Donald May and Rex Reason with newsreel footage of that decade's major events and her delightful musical performances at the Charleston Club speakeasy. Screened on Saturday nights long before the dream of recording TV shows became a reality, there was nothing for it but to permit Dorothy to dictate that, henceforth, my socialising would, for the then foreseeable future, begin considerably later each Saturday evening! Born in Deadwood, South Dakota, on January 20 1935, Dorothy's movie and television career was, by choice, relatively brief. Her almost immediate breakthrough came in 1958 when she took the title role in 'The Bonnie Parker Story", preceding Faye Dunaway's portrayal by nine years. That same year she guested in TV's 'Wagon Train' and found herself heavily in demand in 1959, filming two movies and appearances in several Western series that included NBC's 'Cimarron City', ABC-Warner's 'Sugarfoot' and 'Colt .45', CBS's 'The Texan' starring Rory Calhoun, and 'Man Without a Gun' headlining her soon-to-be co-star Rex Reason. These paved the way for her own starring role in the ABC-WB series 'The Alaskans' co-starring Roger Moore, with whom it was rumoured she was also spending time off set! Next came 'The Roaring 20s' followed by a return to the big screen. Her most famous role was as Emeline Marcus-Finch in 1963's 'It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World' produced and directed by Stanley Kramer, and she was also seen to good effect in 'The Great Race' in 1965. She continued to make guest appearances in popular TV shows like 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E', 'The Danny Thomas Hour' and 'The FBI' but, following her marriage to the English film and television director Robert Day in 1968, retired from acting, save for three guest appearances in the Seventies. Dorothy and her husband had a son, Robert Day Jr., both of whom survived her following her death from emphysema on April 25, 2010. 'The Roaring 20s' was probably more popular in Britain than in the U.S. Dorothy, certainly, fared better in the UK , where "Don't Bring Lulu", sung by her character Pinky in the series, provided her with a Top 20 hit, reaching #17, and followed into the best-sellers by "Crazy Words, Crazy Tune". "Don't Bring Lulu", as featured on the 'Roaring 20s' album ran for a mere one minute 21 seconds. The singles version runs for one minute 56 seconds.

S3E29 The Provine 100

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In S3E29, #SheSaySheSaySports sits down with former football players of the Mighty Rams from Provine High School, Anthony Heath and former Dandy Dozen Jamaal Dinkins. We discussed the honoring of Hall of Fame Coaches, Coach Stanley Blackmon and Coach Willie Collins, "The Provine 100", and whose team was better: Jamaal's 1994 team or Anthony's 1999 team. #shesayshesaysports Please make sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel! #SheSaySheSaySports

Provine Class of 1965

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Provine Class of 1965 Memorial

Provine Basketball

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I CAN. I WILL. I MUST.

The Honest Atheist: Dr. Will Provine

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"No gods, no life after death, no ultimate foundation for ethics, no ultimate meaning in life, and no human free will, are all deeply connected to an evolutionary perspective. You're here today, and you're gone tomorrow. And that's all there is to it." Dr. William Provine

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