Christie's disappearance was featured on the front page of The New York Times.
Following the latter, Poirot was the only fictional character to receive an obituary on the front page of The New York Times.
Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre is yet another example of fictional autobiography, as noted on the front page of the original version.
O. Canton, in early June 1958, as reported by Reuters, and made the front page of the Straits Times on the 9th of June.
Few newspapers still run half-page strips, as with Prince Valiant and Hägar the Horrible in the front page of the Reading Eagle Sunday comics section until the mid-2010s.
In France on October 23, the crisis made the front page of all the daily newspapers.
August 6, 1975, The New York Times published the obituary of Poirot's death and the cover of the newly published novel on the front page.
3D Realms featured it on the front page of their website and contracted with Kline to use it to promote their Xbox Live release of Duke Nukem 3D. The original official website was created by Jeffrey D. Erb and Mark Farish of Intersphere Communications Ltd.
The group received little coverage until gay rights supporter Murray Schumach saw the Spectator piece and wrote an article, headlined "Columbia Charters Homosexual Group", which appeared on the front page of The New York Times on May 3, 1967: The chairman, who used the pseudonym Stephen Donaldson, said in a telephone interview last night that the organization had been formed because "we wanted to get the academic community to support equal rights for homosexuals"....
In its declaration of principles, the leagues list 13 points, including ... that "the homosexual is being unjustly, inhumanely and savagely discriminated against by large segments of American society".
Portions of Misskelley's statements to the police were leaked to the press and reported on the front page of the Memphis Commercial Appeal before any of the trials began.
Then, the front page of newspapers had a photograph of Emperor Showa.
Dialogue now took precedence over "slapstick" in Hollywood comedies: the fast-paced, witty banter of The Front Page (1931) or It Happened One Night (1934), the sexual double entrendres of Mae West (She Done Him Wrong, 1933) or the often subversively anarchic nonsense talk of the Marx Brothers (Duck Soup, 1933).
It was published in French on the front page of the most prestigious French daily newspaper, Le Figaro, on 20 February 1909.
Questions were also raised as to whether Price, who approved discontinuing Coleman's life support, was legally authorized to do so. The controversy was exacerbated by a photograph published on the front page of the tabloid newspaper Globe depicting Price posed next to a comatose, intubated Coleman, under the headline, "It Was Murder!"
The film was an adaptation of the hit Broadway play The Front Page by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, which had already been made into a film in 1931.
The Racket (1928) and The Front Page (1931) were also nominated for Academy Awards.
His obituary ran on the front page of The New York Times.
Journalist John Corry wrote a 6,000-word feature article in The New York Times in November 1982, responding and defending Kosiński, which appeared on the front page of the Arts and Leisure section.
Another nine films with them co-starring eventually followed including, The Odd Couple (1968), The Front Page (1974) and Buddy Buddy (1981).
(1972) and appeared with Matthau in The Front Page (1974).