Thomas, Tommy or Tom Sim(m)s may refer to:
Deranged is a 1974 Canadian-American horror film directed by Alan Ormsby and Jeff Gillen, and starring Roberts Blossom. Its plot, loosely based on the crimes of Ed Gein, follows Ezra Cobb, a middle-aged man in a rural Midwestern community who begins a string of serial murders and grave robberies after the death of his mother, a religious fanatic who raised him to be a misogynist. Though based on Gein, the film's title is misleading since Gein never experimented with necrophilia; although a necrophile is also defined as "an obsessive fascination with death and corpses."
Tommy Sims is an American bassist, songwriter, record producer, and bandleader.
Tom Sims was an American athlete, inventor, and entrepreneur. Sims was World Snowboarding Champion (1983), World Champion Skateboarder (1975), and founder of SIMS Snowboards and SIMS Skateboards. He lived in Santa Barbara, California from 1971 until his death.
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Thomas, Tom, or Tommy Jackson may refer to:
Thomas Johnson, Tom Johnson or Tommy Johnson may refer to:
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Tommy Boy is a 1995 American road comedy film directed by Peter Segal, written by Bonnie and Terry Turner, produced by Lorne Michaels, and starring former Saturday Night Live castmates and close friends Chris Farley and David Spade. The film was shot primarily in Toronto and Los Angeles under the working title "Rocky Road". It tells the story of a socially and emotionally immature man (Farley) who learns lessons about friendship and self-worth following the sudden death of his industrialist father. The film did well commercially, but received mixed reviews from critics. However, since its release, Tommy Boy has become a cult classic due to being very successful on home video.
Thomas Watson may refer to:
Silver Lining is the fourteenth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 2002.
Thomas Burns, Tommy Burns or Tom Burns may refer to:
House of Love is the ninth studio album, and fourteenth album by singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 1994.
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Davis may refer to:
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Night and Day is a 1946 Technicolor Warner Bros. biographical musical film starring Cary Grant as American composer and songwriter Cole Porter. The movie was directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Arthur Schwartz, with Jack L. Warner as executive producer. The screenplay was written by Charles Hoffman, Leo Townsend and William Bowers.
Thomas Walsh, Tom Walsh or Tommy Walsh may refer to:
Virginia Ellen Simms was an American popular singer and film actress.
Thomas "Tommy" Horton M.D. is a fictional character on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives. The role was portrayed by John Lupton from July 10, 1967 to May 3, 1971, December 23, 1971 to July 3, 1972, May 9 to 11, 1973, October 24, 1975 to April 27, 1978 and finally from December 22, 1978 to March 7, 1980.
Juliet Nicole Simms Biersack is an American rock singer, songwriter, poet, composer, musician, producer, and entrepreneur.
Automatic Loveletter was an American rock band formed in Tampa, Florida, in 2005. The band consisted of vocalist and guitarist Juliet Simms, her older brother and lead guitarist Tommy Simms, and drummer Daniel Currier.
The 1920 Arizona gubernatorial election took place on November 2, 1920 for the post of the Governor of Arizona. Thomas Campbell won a second term in office, winning a full majority of the popular vote for the first time in three consecutive elections. He beat the sole challenger, Secretary of State Mit Simms. This would be the last office Campbell would win, while Sims would return in the 1930s to win several terms in his old offices of Treasurer and Secretary of State