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Johnstown, Pennsylvania Place in Pennsylvania, United States

Johnstown is a city in Cambria County, Pennsylvania, United States, 43 miles (69 km) west-southwest of Altoona and 67 miles (108 km) east of Pittsburgh. The population was 20,978 at the 2010 census and estimated to be 20,402 in 2013. It is the principal city of the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes Cambria County.

Crowsnest Pass, Alberta Specialized municipality in Alberta, Canada

The Municipality of Crowsnest Pass is a specialized municipality located in the Crowsnest Pass of the Rocky Mountains in southwest Alberta, Canada. The municipality formed as a result of the amalgamation of five municipalities – the Village of Bellevue, the Town of Blairmore, Town of Coleman, the Village of Frank and Improvement District No. 5 – on January 1, 1979. Today, Blairmore and Coleman remain the two largest communities while Frank is the smallest. Crowsnest, Passburg, and Sentinel are other former communities within the municipality's boundaries.

<i>Thunder in the Valley</i> (film) 1947 American drama film directed by Louis King

Thunder in the Valley, sometimes known as Bob, Son of Battle, is a 1947 American drama film directed by Louis King and starring Lon McCallister, Peggy Ann Garner and Edmund Gwenn. It is based on the novel Owd Bob by Alfred Ollivant.

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Thunder Bay City in Ontario, Canada

Thunder Bay is a city in, and the seat of, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada. It is the most populous municipality in Northwestern Ontario with a population of 107,909 as of the Canada 2016 Census, and the second most populous in Northern Ontario after Greater Sudbury. Located on Lake Superior, the census metropolitan area of Thunder Bay has a population of 121,621, and consists of the city of Thunder Bay, the municipalities of Oliver Paipoonge and Neebing, the townships of Shuniah, Conmee, O'Connor, and Gillies, and the Fort William First Nation.

<i>Delicate Sound of Thunder</i> 1988 live album by Pink Floyd

Delicate Sound of Thunder is the first entirely live album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was recorded over five nights at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, New York in August 1988 and mixed at Abbey Road Studios in September 1988. It was released on 22 November 1988, through EMI Records in the United Kingdom and Columbia Records in the United States.

United Hockey League 1991-2010 North American ice hockey league

The United Hockey League (UHL), originally known as the Colonial Hockey League from 1991 to 1997 and last known as the International Hockey League from 2007 to 2010, was a low-level minor professional ice hockey league, with teams in the United States and Canada. The league was headquartered in Rochester, Michigan, and, in its last year, consisted of seven teams. It folded in 2010, with most of its teams joining the Central Hockey League. The Central Hockey League teams still operating in 2014 were then added to ECHL. The only former CoHL/UHL/IHL teams still active as of 2018 are the Fort Wayne Komets and Kalamazoo Wings.

<i>Days of Thunder</i> 1990 film by Tony Scott

Days of Thunder is a 1990 American sports action drama film released by Paramount Pictures, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Tony Scott. The cast includes Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, Cary Elwes, Caroline Williams, and Michael Rooker. The film also features appearances by real life NASCAR racers, such as Rusty Wallace, Neil Bonnett, and Harry Gant. Commentator Dr. Jerry Punch, of ESPN, has a cameo appearance, as does co-producer Don Simpson.

<i>A Sound of Thunder</i> (film) 2005 film by Peter Hyams

A Sound of Thunder is a 2005 Czech-American science fiction thriller film directed by Peter Hyams and starring Edward Burns, Catherine McCormack and Ben Kingsley. It is a co-production film between the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, and the Czech Republic.

<i>Blue Thunder</i> 1983 action thriller film directed by John Badham

Blue Thunder is a 1983 action thriller film from Columbia Pictures, produced by Gordon Carroll, Phil Feldman, and Andrew Fogelson and directed by John Badham. The film features a high-tech helicopter of the same name and stars Roy Scheider, Warren Oates, Candy Clark, Daniel Stern, and Malcolm McDowell. A spin-off television series, also called Blue Thunder, ran for 11 episodes in 1984.

Benito, Manitoba village in Manitoba, Canada

Benito is an unincorporated rural community in the Municipality of Swan Valley West within the Canadian province of Manitoba that held village status prior to January 1, 2015. The community is situated in the Swan River Valley, 37 kilometres southwest of Swan River, 475 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, and 2 kilometres east of the Saskatchewan border. To the south is Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Forest, to the north is Thunder Hill and further north of Swan River is Porcupine Mountain Provincial Park. Benito is served by PTH 83.

Drayton Valley Thunder

The Drayton Valley Thunder is a Junior ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The Thunder are members of the Canadian Junior Hockey League and are eligible to compete for the Western Canada Cup and Royal Bank Cup National Junior A Championship. They play in Drayton Valley, Alberta, Canada at the Drayton Valley Omni-Plex, capacity 1450.

<i>Thunder</i> (film) 1929 American silent melodrama film directed by William Nigh

Thunder is a 1929 American silent melodrama film starring Lon Chaney and directed by William Nigh. The film has no audible dialogue but featured a synchronized musical score and sound effects. Thunder was Chaney's penultimate film appearance and his last silent film.

Mahoning Valley Thunder

The Mahoning Valley Thunder was a professional af2 arena football team from 2007-2009.

Mon Valley Thunder

The Mon Valley Thunder was an ice hockey team which played in the inaugural season of the Mid-Atlantic Hockey League in 2007. The team played its home games in the Rostraver Ice Garden in Rostraver Township, Pennsylvania. Brian Cersosimo was the team's first and only head coach. Following the 2007-08 season the Mon Valley Thunder folded before the MAHL folded in September 2008.

<i>Tropic Thunder</i> 2008 film directed by Ben Stiller

Tropic Thunder is a 2008 action comedy film directed by Ben Stiller. It stars Stiller, Jack Black, Robert Downey Jr., Jay Baruchel, and Brandon T. Jackson as a group of prima donna actors who are making a Vietnam War film. When their frustrated director drops them in the middle of a jungle, they are forced to rely on their acting skills to survive the real action and danger. The screenplay by Justin Theroux, Stiller, and Etan Cohen was from a story by Stiller and Theroux. The film was produced by Stuart Cornfeld, Stiller, and Eric McLeod for Red Hour Productions and DreamWorks Pictures as an international co-production between the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom.

Celtic Thunder is an Irish singing group and stage show known for its eclectic, theatrical style show. The group is backed by the Celtic Thunder Band on their concert tours, and their live shows are known for the use of dramatic set pieces, visual effects, and highly choreographed staging.

Creston Valley Thunder Cats

The Creston Valley Thunder Cats are a junior 'B' ice hockey team based in Creston, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Eddie Mountain Division of the Kootenay Conference of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL). The Thunder Cats play their home games at Johnny Bucyk Arena. Michael Moore is the team's president, Brad Tobin is the general manager and coach.

The 2010 Esso Cup was Canada's second annual national women's midget hockey championship, played April 18–24, 2010 at the Co-operators Centre at Evraz Place in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Thunder Bay Queens defeated the Notre Dame Hounds 4-3 in the gold medal game to win their first Esso Cup title. Thunder Bay's Kaitlyn Tougas was named the tournament's most valuable player.

The 2012 Esso Cup was Canada's fourth annual national women's midget hockey championship, which was played April 22–28, 2012 at MacLauchlan Arena inside the CARI Complex on the University of Prince Edward Island campus in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The Pembina Valley Hawks from Manitoba won the gold medal with a 4-2 victory over the Thunder Bay Queens in the championship game. The Edmonton Thunder captured a medal for the third consecutive year by winning the bronze.

ThunderCats is an American media franchise, featuring a fictional group of catlike humanoid aliens. The characters were created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf and originally featured in an animated television series named ThunderCats, running from 1985 to 1989, which was animated by Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation, and co produced by Rankin-Bass Animated Entertainment.

<i>Thunder Warrior</i> 1983 film by Fabrizio De Angelis

Thunder Warrior is a 1983 Italian action film written and directed by Fabrizio De Angelis. It had two sequels, one released in 1985 and the other in 1988.