Bill Blunden (3 December 1934 – 3 January 2018  ) was a British television and film editor. 
Edmund Charles Blunden was an English poet, author, and critic. Like his friend Siegfried Sassoon, he wrote of his experiences in World War I in both verse and prose. For most of his career, Blunden was also a reviewer for English publications and an academic in Tokyo and later Hong Kong. He ended his career as Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature six times.
Madeline Smith is an English actress. After working as a model in the late 1960s, she went on to appear in many television series and stage productions, plus comedy and horror films, in the 1970s and 1980s.
Andy Blunden is an Australian writer and Marxist philosopher based in Melbourne.
Rosalyn Landor is an English film, television and stage actress and audio book narrator.
Doryanthes is the sole genus in the flowering plant family Doryanthaceae. The genus consists of two species, D. excelsa and D. palmeri, both endemic natives of the coast of Eastern Australia. Doryanthaceae is part of the order Asparagales.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a 1972 British musical film based on Lewis Carroll's 1865 novel of the same name and its 1871 sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, directed by Australian television producer-director William Sterling. It had a distinguished ensemble cast with a musical score by John Barry and lyrics by Don Black.
Michael Charles Blunden is a Canadian former professional ice hockey winger. Over his professional career, Blunden has appeared in over 100 National Hockey League (NHL) games with the Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning, Montreal Canadiens, Columbus Blue Jackets and Chicago Blackhawks.
Karl Johnson is a Welsh actor, who has worked on stage, film and television. His notable roles to date include the title role in Derek Jarman's 1993 film Wittgenstein, and those of Cato the Younger in the television drama series Rome and of Twister Turrill in the BBC costume drama Lark Rise to Candleford.
The year 1766 in Ireland is characterised by certain events, arts and literature occurrences, births and deaths.
The Blunden Baronetcy, of Castle Blunden, in the County of Kilkenny, is a title in the Baronetage of Ireland, created on 12 March 1766 for John Blunden, who represented Kilkenny City in the Irish House of Commons. He was the son of John Blunden, a Member of Parliament for the same constituency.
Blunden Harbour is a small harbour and native Indian reserve in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is located the mainland side of Queen Charlotte Strait about 25 kilometres (16 mi) northeast of Port Hardy. Blunden Harbour was the location of a Kwakwaka'wakw village, whose residents referred to themselves as the 'Nak'waxda'xw and are known historically as the Nakoaktok.
The Amazing Mr. Blunden is a 1972 British family mystery film involving ghosts directed by Lionel Jeffries. It was based on the 1969 novel The Ghosts by Antonia Barber. It stars Laurence Naismith, Lynne Frederick, Garry Miller, Rosalyn Landor, Marc Granger, Diana Dors, Madeline Smith, and James Villiers.
Godfrey Blunden (1906–1996) was an Australian journalist and author.
Blunden is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Jeraldyne Blunden (1940–1999) was the founder and artistic director of the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.
The Rootkit Arsenal: Escape and Evasion in the Dark Corners of the System is a book written by Bill Blunden, published by Jones & Bartlett Publishers in May 2009. The book takes the reader in depth about rootkit technology and uses. It covers topics such as IA-32 assembly, the Windows system architecture, kernel debugging, advanced rootkit development, and much more concerning rootkit technology and how it can be applied onto e.g. white hat hacking. The book also provides many source code examples on rootkit development and how to properly use it. It is required and recommended to have a fair understanding of computer programming and operating systems in order to fully comprehend the contents of the book, as the back cover states it is an advanced book on its topic.
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, which was founded in 1968 by Dayton, Ohio native, Jeraldyne Blunden, is the oldest modern dance company in Ohio, and one of the largest companies of its kind between Chicago and New York City.
William Alva Blunden is the author of several books including The Rootkit Arsenal: Escape and Evasion in the Dark Corners of the System,Behold A Pale Farce: Cyberwar, Threat Inflation & The Malware Industrial Complex, Cube Farm, and Software Exorcism. The jacket of the former work lists his credentials MCSE, MCITP, and Enterprise Administrator. He is also active in the social sciences space and helped author articles appearing in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology.
Alan Huchison Pattillo was a British writer and director who worked on Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, and Thunderbirds television series. He won an Emmy in 1979 alongside Bill Blunden for his film editing on All Quiet on the Western Front.
Nadezhda (Esther) Markovna Ulanovskaya (1903—1986), AKA Nadia or Nadya, was a Soviet intelligence GRU officer, translator, English teacher, wife of Alexander Ulanovsky, and mother of Maya Ulanovskaya.