1923 is an American Western drama television series that premiered on December 18, 2022, on Paramount+. The series is a prequel to the Paramount Network series Yellowstone and serves as a sequel to the series 1883. In February 2023, the series was renewed for a second season of eight episodes.
Follows a generation of the Dutton family in 1923, during a time of various hardships including Prohibition, drought, and the early stages of the Great Depression, which affected Montana long before the 1929 Stock Market Crash.
On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, 1923 holds a 91% approval rating with an average rating of 7.0/10, based on 32 reviews by critics. The website's consensus reads, \"Distinguished by the ineffable star power of Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren, 1923 is another solid if unrelentingly grim addition to Taylor Sheridan's Yellowstone universe.\" On Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, the series has received a score of 67 out of 100 based on 15 critic reviews, indicating \"generally favorable reviews\".
Over the years, the Academy has faced a huge backlash for the lack of diversity that also led to the movement, #Oscarssowhite, which gained major global attention. Now, as we all are gearing for Oscar's 94th addition, it's really strange to know that only five actors have won the golden trophy in the Best Actor or Actress category in the award's history. Starting from the year 1963, when Sidney Poitier became the first to win the Oscar in the Best Actor category to Halle Berry, who is the only single Black actress to win the trophy in the same category, so far. From the year 1923 to the year 2022, a total, 35 Black actors have been nominated in the Best actor/actress category, out of which only 5 took the trophy home.
That was certainly true in 1941. Born in 1923, Obata had just begun studying architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. His father, painter Chiura Obata, his mother, floral designer Haruko Obata, and his two siblings were forced from their San Francisco home to an internment camp in Utah.
Bro. Humphreys was born June 11, 1923, in Cordova to the late James Earl Humphreys, Sr., and Frankie (Burrows) Humphreys. He worked as director of Association Missions for Carroll Benton Baptist Association, was a member of First Baptist Church in Huntingdon and served in the ministry for 40 years. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II and later in Air Force reserve as a captain. Other than his parents, he was also preceded in death by his wife, of 62 years; Doris Emma Humphreys and one sister; Bettie Minion. 59ce067264