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Lise Bacon Leone Bagnall Elizabeth Bagshaw Michael Baker (Physician) George Balcan Eric Balcom Geoffrey Ballard Michael Barnes (Canadian author) Joseph J. Barnicke Jean Ashworth Bartle William Hickson Barton
Bernard Norman Barwin (awarded in the 1996 Queen's Honours List).(resigned in 2013 to avoid being removed after being found guilty of professional misconduct).
Maxwell Bates Manuel G. Batshaw Aba Bayefsky Robert Beamish Bruce W. Beatty Patricia Beatty Margaret Becklake John Beckwith (composer) Charles Thomas Beer Paul Beeston Morton Beiser Allan Gordon Bell Douglas Bell (politician) Jenny Belzberg Charles H. Belzile Jalynn Bennett Norbert Berkowitz Louise Bessette Lois Betteridge Claire Bice Charlie Biddle Alfred J. Billes Ferdinand Biondi Leonard Birchall Michel Biron Louis Bisson John Bitove Sr. Duncan Gordon Blair Phyllis Blakeley Marjorie Blankstein Francis John Blatherwick Margaret Bloodworth Bruno Bobak Molly Bobak Renato Giuseppe Boisiso Jacques J. Bouchard Jocelyne Bourassa Clement Bowman Bill Brady (journalist) Leonard Braithwaite Dee Brasseur Elizabeth Brewster Barry Broadfoot Claude Broche Alexander Brott Fred Bruemmer Harold Buchwald Remi Bujold Ellen Burka Ron Burnett
Francis Cabot Larry Cain Michelle Cameron Silver Donald Cameron Marjorie Wilkins Campbell Neil Campbell (rower) Ronald Caplan Herb Carnegie Pat Carney Allan Carswell Carlo Cattarello Robert Cauchon Simon Chang (designer) Stephen Chatman
Frank Chauvin (awarded in in the 1987 Queen's Honours List for his services to charity).(Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
Lawrence Cherney Saul Cherniak Jack Chiang Julia Ching Ione Christensen W. Edmund Clark Ian D. Clark (public servant John Clarke (mountaineer) Jean Paul Cloutier Ronald M. Clowes Janet Cochrane Fred Cogswell Erminie Cohen Harry B. Cohen Joseph H. Cohen Martha Cohen Morley Cohen Samuel N. Cohen Edgar Andrew Collard F. Anthony Comper Gail Cook Bennett Ronald Corey Gerard Cote Helen Creighton Maxwell Cummings Tagak Curley Gordon Gray Currie Max Cynader
Paul Emilien Dalpe Leslie Dan Ken Danby Sylvia Daoust Dashan Raymond Daveluy Alan Garnett Davenport True Davidson Victor Davis Jean Marie De Koninck Thomas De Koninck Dora De Pedery Hunt Michael De Pencier Jan De Vries (soldier) Jon Dellandreau Hugh Dempsey Ivor Dent Sudi Devanesen Rita Deverell George Dewar Naranjan Dhalla Terence Dickinson William Dimma Arthur J. Dixon Catherine Doherty Laverna Katie Dollimore Joseph Aubin Doiron Murray Dryden Shannie Duff Edward Arunah Dunlop Jr. Jean Dussault Marcel Dutil O. P. Dwivedi Phil Dwyer (musician) Howard Dyck Shirley Dysart
Alan Eagleson (removed or resigned) Dorothy Harley Eber Marlys Edwardh James Francis Edwards John George Egnatoff Ronald Eland Fraser Elliott John English (Canadian Politician) Johnny Esaw Bernard Etkin Mark Evaloarjuk Gregory Evans
Frank Fagan Kenneth Farmer Judy Feld Carr Robert Ross Ferguson Hugh Fisher (canoeist) Aida McAnn Flemming Fred Fountain Edith Fowke Waldron Fox-Decent Colin Franklin (engineer)
Etienne Gaboury Gaetano Gagliano Sheldon Galbraith David A. Ganong R. Whidden Ganong William Garden Helen Gardiner Yves Gaucher (artist) Jean Robert Gauthier Peter George (professor) Irving Gerstein Samuel Gesser Albert Gilbert Harry Giles Ronald Gillespie Judy Gingell Hans Gmoser Tony Golab Edgar Gold Michael Goldbloom Anne Golden Larry Goldenberg J. King Gordon Mary Gordon (child advocate) Calvin Gotlieb Laurie Graham Bernard Grandmaitre James H. Gray
Stanley G. Grizzle Chan Gunn Donna Gurr May Gutteridge
Walter Hachborn Gerald Hagey Israel Halperin John Borden Hamilton Stuart Hamilton Marsha Hanen Dan Hanganu Robert D. Hare Conrad Harrington Walter Edgar Harris Ted Harrison Michael R. Hayden Anne Heggtveit Paul Henderson Donald Hings Jack Hirsh Jack Hodgins Elizabeth Bradford Holbrook Greg Hollingshead Derek Holman John Honderich Michael Hornstein Jim Horsman Dezso J. Horvath Harold Horwood E.J. Hughes Raoul Hunter
Edward A. Irving Avrom Isaacs
Donald Jackson Leslie Jaeger
Roberta Jamieson Mary John Sr. William Johnson (author) Diane Jones Konihowski Edith Josie Franc Joubin Ron Joyce
Zbigniew Kabata Helen Kalvak Lorie Kane Ricky Kanee Schachter David L. Kaplan Kalmen Kaplansky Josef Kates Vicki Keith Maryvonne Kendergi Garry Kennedy William Kilbourn Marie Claire Kirkland George Knudson Wanda Koop Vern Krishna Leo Kristjanson Richard Kroft Norman Kwong
Gisele Lalonde Gisele Lamoureux Aldea Landry J. Spencer Lanthier
Father Lucien Larre (awarded in 1983 Queen's Honours List for his services to Catholicism). (Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
William Laskin Phil Latulippe J. Conrad Lavigne Trudi Le Caine Mary Jo Leddy Philip S. Lee Robert H. Lee Arlette Lefebvre William C. Leggett Harry Lehotsky Zebulon Lewis Leigh Patrick LeSage Jean Louis Levesque Daurene Lewis Scoop Lewry Peter M. Liba
Camille Limoges (awarded in 2011 Queen's Honours List for her services to science and academia).(Resigned in 2013 for reasons unknown).
Fernand Lindsay Johnny Lombardi Ronald Lou Poy Sandra Lovelace Nicholas Jean B. Lumb Cliff Lumsdon Harold Lundrigan Janet Lunn
Donald C. MacDonald John Keiller Mackay Pearl McGonigal John H.C. McGreevy Dan McIvor (aviator) Don McKay William John McKeag Peggy McKercher Isabel McLaughlin Grant McLean (film producer) Carleton L. MacMillan John A. MacNaughton Lloyd MacPhail Marion MacRae Garfield Mahood Silas McLellan Gerald McMaster Marilou McPhedran Tak Wah Mak Helen Maksagak Donald Malinowski (politician) Judith Mappin George Mara Charles Eugene Marin Lorna Marsden
Nathan Mendelsohn Ruby Mercer Pat Messner John Metcalf (writer) Art Miki Roy Miki William Milroy (Canadian Army Officer) Ken Mitchell Masajiro Miyazaki Eric Molson David Lee Moroni Norval Morrisseau Virgil P. Moshansky Doug Mowat Phyllis Munday Lawrence Mysak
Alfred Needler Roger Neilson Pierre Nepveu Hanna Newcombe Cindy Nicholas Ron Northcott Harold Nutter
Clairette Oddera Daphne Odjig Val O'Donovan Marianna O'Gallagher Kelvin Ogilvie Abe Okpik Marion Alice Orr Earl Orser Sean O'Sullivan (priest) Adrien Ouellette
Gilles Paquet Marie Therese Paquin Elizabeth Parr Johnston Tom Pashby Peter Lewis Paul Ross H. Paul Trevor W. Payne Kenneth Peacock David Pecaut Evelyn Pepper Clayton Oscar Person David Phillips (climatologist) Herb Pinder Suzanne Pinel Charles Albert Poissant Douglas Pollard George Porteous Timothy Porteous Sandra Post Gilles Potvin Mark J. Poznansky John Primrose (sport shooter) Walter Prystawski Uriash Puqiqnak
Louis Joseph Quinn Taamasi Qumaq
Leonard Ratzlaff Marion Loretta Reid Dorothy Reitman
Kati Rekai Gil Remillard Dal Richards Ernie Richardson (curler) Donald Rix Mike Robinson (Alberta politician) Suzanne Rochon Burnett Stephen Boleslaw Roman Harry Rosen James W. Ross Stubb Ross Susan Ross (artist) Wayne Rostad Calvin Ruck Bob Rumball
Lino Saputo Guylaine Saucier Doris Saunders Charles Sauriol Ezra Schabas Otto Schaefer Erwin Schild Albert Schultz Alfred Scow Sydney Segal Nabil Seidah Yoshio Senda Raymond Setlakwe Lloyd Shaw (socialist) Ken Shields (basketball) Mamdouh Shoukri Haroon Siddiqui Angela Sidney Andrew Simone T. Sher Singh (resigned or removed). Charles Sirois David Chadwick Smith Ernest Smith Jori Smith Tricia Smith Herman Smith-Johannsen Ann Southam Herbert O. Sparrow Lawrence Spitzig Gerald Squires Raymond Squires Edna Staebler Mavis Staines Ethel Stark Steve Stavro Savella Stechishin Harold R. Steele Dave Steen H. Arnold Steinberg Kent Stetson John Bertram Stirling Grant Strate Sam Sullivan Beth Symes Emoke Szathmary
Yvon Tasse Angella Taylor Issajenko Lucille Teasdale Corti Mark Tennant David Thauberger Bing Thom Linda Thom Clarence Tillenius Albert Ross Tilley Georg Tintner Roger Tomlinson Jacques De Tonnancour Gerald R. Tremblay Jean Noel Tremblay Peter Troake Lorne Trottier Otto Tucker Gilles Turcot E.K. Turner David H. Turpin John Turvey
Sandy Van Ginkel George Vari Roy Henry Vickers Marq De Villiers Herman Voaden
Paul Walfish Ronald Wallace (politician) Dorothy Walton Dora Wasserman Norman Webster Boyd Wettlaufer Lucile Wheeler James Austin Whelihan Denis Whitaker Doreen Wicks Cornelius Wiebe Austin Willis Peter Wing Hugh Winsor Kirk Wipper Arthur Wishart Jeanne Wolfe Milton Wong Walter Wood Don Wright (Composer) Esther Clark Wright Richard B. Wright W. Robert Wyman
Lorne Babiuk Alfred Bailey A. Charles Baillie Harry Bain David McCurdy Baird Patricia Baird Ronald James Baker Ged Baldwin Marc Baltzan Robert Bandeen Tommy Banks Andre Barbeau Victor Barbeau Clarence Barber Douglas Barber Maurice Baril Murray Barr Dave Barrett Matthew Barrett James Bartleman Douglas Bassett (media executive) Maurice Baudoux David Bauer (ice hockey) Gregory Baum Alex Baumann Donald Baxter Carlyle Smith Beals Gerald Beaudoin Charles Beaulieu Alan Beddoe Derek Bedson John Alan Beesley George Gray Bell Henry Pybus Bell-Irving Bernard Belleau Maurice Bellemare Francesco Bellini Helen Belyea Samuel Belzberg Gordon Lockhart Bennett W.A.C. Bennett C. Fred Bentley Peter Bentley (Businessman) Roloff Beny Andre Berard Thomas R. Berger Boris Berlin Alan Bernstein Carrie Best Reginald Bibby Wilfred Gordon Bigelow Gary Birch (electrical engineer) Bud Bird Heather Bishop Claude Bisson Pierre Andre Bissonnette Harry Black (Unicef) Vincent Bladen Clark Blaise Allan Blakeney Michael Bliss Hans Blumenfeld William R.C. Blundell Stewart Blusson William Brenton Boggs Pierre Boivin Roch Bolduc Malvina Bolus J. Richard Bond Harry Botterell Victor Bouchard Lionel Boulet Jocelyne Bourgon Arthur Bourns George Bowering Robert A. Boyd Leonard Boyle John Bragg (businessman) Robert Bringhurst Robin Broadway Edward Bronfman Peter Bronfman A.A. Bronson Arnold Brown (General of The Salvation Army) Audrey Alexandra Brown Rosemary Brown (politician) Judd Buchanan Manuel Buchwald Sidney Buckwold Derek Burney James Burns (businessman) Sharon Butala Esmond Unwin Butler George Butterfield (businessman) Lily Butters
Leo Cadieux Frank Arthur Calder John Callaghan Donald Calne Thomas Cameron Dalton Camp Iona Campagnolo Alex Campbell (politician) Douglas Lloyd Campbell Moran Campbell Pierre Camu Sharon Capeling-Alakija Douglas Cardinal Alexander Carter Arthur Carty Donald J. Carty A.J. Casson Jean Gabriel Castel Ranjit Chandra Thomas Chang John Leslie Charles Fulgence Charpentier Arthur Child Julien Chouinard Bruce Chown Michel Chretien (scientist) Raymond Chretien Greg Clark (journalist) Samuel Delbert Clark Bobby Clarke Larry Clarke John Cleghorn Leslie Cliff Kathleen Coburn William Arthur Cochrane Marshall A. Cohen George Cohon Henry Collingwood Charles Comfort William Commanda George Connell (biochemist) Martin Connell Margaret Conrad George Ramsay Cook William Harrison Cook Parzival Copes Ernest Cormier Jean Pierre Cote Gisele Cote Harper Irwin Cotler Douglas Coupland Tom Courchene Nellie Cournoyea Jean Coutu (pharmacist) Frank Manning Covert John Hubert Craigie David Crombie John Crow Richard Cruess Richard Currie Wilfred Curtis
Gustavo Da Roza Dominic D'Alessandro Maureen Kempston Darkes Paul Davenport Tirone E. David Jean Davignon Donald Deacon Adolfo J. De Bold Vianney Decarie Michael DeGroote L. Denis Desautels Jean Paul Desbiens Andre Desmarais Robert Despres Louis Deveau Jack Diamond (architect) Punch Dickins Walter Dieter Leon Dion Gordon Dixon David A. Dodge David Dolphin Paulina Donalda Roland Dore John Dossetor Vibert Douglas James Downey (academic) Keith Downey (agricultural scientist) Richard Doyle (politician) Stephen M. Drance Charles Drury Charles Dubin Alain Dubuc Henry Duckworth Louis Dudek
Fredrik Stefan Eaton Ralph Edwards (Conservationist) Jim Elder Frank H. Ellis Alfred John Ellis Jake Epp William Epstein Georges Erasmus Donald Ethell Trevor Eyton
Joe Fafard Barker Fairley Gordon Fairweather Sylvia Fedoruk Anthony S. Fell Ivan Fellegi Kathleen Fenwick Muriel McQueen Fergusson Herve Filion Gilbert Finn James Fleck Jacques Flynn Robert Folinsbee Phil Fontaine Kenneth Forbes Jean Forest Claude Forget D'Iberville Fortier Yves Fortier (geologist) Robert Fowler (diplomat) Margot Franssen Clarke Fraser John Allen Fraser Louise Frechette Samuel O. Freedman Laurence Freeman David French (playwright) Monique Frize Davie Fulton
John Gallagher (geologist) George R. Gardiner Louis Garneau Raymond Garneau Jake Gaudaur George E. Gauthier Paule Gauthier Richard Geren Don Getty Helen Glass Bill Glassco Constance Glube Peter Godsoe Alan B. Gold Richard Goldbloom Ruth Goldbloom Carl Goldenberg Klaus Goldschlag Edwin A. Goodman Betty Goodwin Percival Gordon Carl Goresky Clarence Gosse Howard Graham (Canadian Army Officer) Charles Granger John Maclachlan Gray Walt Grealis Nancy Greene Milton Fowler Gregg Scott Griffin Jean Grondin Pierre Grondin Phyllis Grosskurth Harry Gunning Raymond Gushue Gordon Guyatt Sandra Gwyn
Judith Goslin Hall Sydney Halter James Milton Ham Jean Marc Hamel Louis Edmond Hamelin William McLean Hamilton John Hamm Stephen Hanessian Arthur S. Hara Jules Hardy Douglas Harkness John Russell Harper Richard Harrington (photographer) Cole Harris Milton E. Harris Richard Haskayne Harry Hawthorn Frank Hawthorne Salter Hayden Saul Hayes Arden Haynes Robert Haynes Richard Hearn Jacques Hebert (Canadian politician) Roy Heenan George Hees Raymond Heimbecker Lawrence Heisey Maxim Hermaniuk Alexander Hickman Daniel G. Hill Donald Hillman William S. Hoar Peter Hochachka John Hodgetts Stuart Milton Hodgson Abby Hoffman Paul F. Hoffman Charles Hollenberg C.S. Holling John Wendell Holmes Beland Honderich John Hooper (sculptor) Wilbert Hopper John Alexander Hopps Cleeve Horne Myer Horowitz Norman Horrocks Chaviva Hosek Arthur Maxwell House James Archibald Houston William Lloyd Hoyt Monica Hughes John Peters Humphreys George Hungerford Helen Hunley Linda Hutcheon
Thomas Ide Keith Usherwood Ingold Norman Inkster Arthur Irving James K. Irving Bill Irwin (priest) Elmer Iseler Werner Israel
Wilbur Jackett Harry Jackman Roger Jackson Niels Jannasch Pierre Jean Jeanniot Harry Jerome Prabhat Jha (epidemologist) Harold E. Johns Walter H. Johns Donald J. Johnson F. Ross Johnson Frederick Johnson (politician) George Johnson (Manitoba politician) Don Johnston Serge Joyal Chantal Juillet
Sol Kanee George Karpati Malak Karsh Leon Katz (physicist) Wilbert Keon Bruce Kidd Michael J.L. Kirby Lawrence Kirk Watson Kirkconnell Philippe Kirsch Roy Kyooka Ernest Klein (inventor) Carl Klinck Bartha Knoppers Stanley Knowles Murray Koffler Leo Kolber Henry Kreisel Kresimir Krnjevic Anton Kuerti Anita Kunz
Arthur Labatt Gilbert LaBine Fernand LaBrie Paul Lacoste (academic) David Lam Bernard Lamarre William Kaye Lamb Allen Lamber Gilles Lamontagne Otto Lang Daniel Langlois Fenwick Landsdowne Andre Laplante Hugues Lapointe Maryse Lassonde Allan Leal William Lederman Leonard Legault Heinz Lehmann William Leiss Douglas LePan Rita Letendre Evelyn Lett Walter Frederick Light Daniel Ling Victor Ling Richard Lipsey Dorothy Livesay Kenneth Lochhead Jonathan Lomas (researcher) Leon Lortie Louis Lortie Frederick Lowy Dorothy Ludwig Arthur Lundrigan Kevin G. Lynch Sterling Lyon
Augustine A. MacDonald H. Ian MacDonald John B. MacDonald John S. MacDonald William Ross MacDonald Grant MacEwan Elsie MacGill Grace MacInnis Colin B. McKay Donald MacKay (scientist) Harold MacKay J. Ross MacKay Henry Poole MacKeen Walter Mackenzie Peter MacKinnon Angus MacLean Anne McLellan David MacLennan Kenneth McNaught Alan MacNaughton Jim MacNeill Marnie McBean Ernest McCulloch Piers McDonald Barbara McDougall Pat McGeer James McEwen (engineer) Patrick McGrath (psychologist) Alexander Gordon McKay Darcy McKeough Digby McLaren Audrey McLaughlin Earle McLaughlin Stuart McLean Katharine McLennan James Chalmers McRuer Peter McTaggart-Cowan Ian McWhinney Karen Magnussen Gerald Maier John Manion Thomas Henry Manning Leo Margolis Seraphin Marion Allan Markin Paul Marmet Jacob Masliyah Yoshio Masui Roger Matton Arthur Mauro Margaret Meagher Jonathan Larmonth Meakins Harry Medavoy Roy Megarry Pierre Michaud Valentine Milvain Henry Mintzberg Douglas Mitchell W. Thomas Molloy Hartland Molson Robert Moncel Lorraine Monk Alfred Monnin Gilbert Monture Robert Moody Arthur B.B. Moore Dora Davor Moore Pierre Morency Renee Morisset Desmond Morton (historian) W.L. Morton Louis Muhlstock Heather Munroe-Blum Athol Murray William Thornton Mustard
Arnold Naimark Jean Jacques Nattiez David Naylor E.R. Ward Neale Alex Neve W.H. New Ted Newall Eric Newell Leonard Nicholson Robert Noble Bruce Nodwell
David P. O'Brien John O'Brien (Canadian Admiral) Cornelia Oberlander Frank O'Dea Robert Ogle Philip Oland Victor De Bedia Oland Michael Kelway Oliver Paul O'Neill (author) Toni Onley Jessie Oonark James Orbinski Philip Orsino Walter Stewart Owen Kenneth Ozmon
Charles Pachter William Anthony Paddon Patrick Parfrey Alice Parizeau John Havelock Parker Jon Kimura Parker Timothy R. Parsons Daniel N. Paul Howard Pawley Anthony Pawson Landon Pearson George Pedersen Jack Pelech Jean Pelletier Mary Percy Jackson David Peregrine Vera Perlin Isaac Phills Lloyd Montgomery Pidgeon Jean Pigott Jean Guy Pilon Martha Piper Joseph Aurele Plourde Jean Marie Poitras Jack Poole Carl Pollock Sharon Pollock Barry Posner (physician) Arthur Edward Potts D. Gregory Powell Alfred Powis Neville Poy Andre Prevost (composer) Robert Prevost Raymond A. Price Robert Prichard Richard J. Puddephatt
Royden Rabinowitch Nina Raginsky John Erskine Read Ernie Regehr Simon Reisman Grant Reuber John Richard Bill Ricker Clay Riddell Edouard Rinfret John Risley Cedric Ritchie Rod Robbie J.J. Michel Robert Hedard Robichaud Douglas Roche Edward Samuel Rogers Harold A. Rogers Robert Gordon Rogers Richard Rohmer Roy Romanow Allan Ronald Malcolm Ross (Literary Critic) Murray G. Ross Phyllis Ross Joseph Rotman Harry Rowsell Louise Roy (administrator) Francois Rozet Jaroslav Rudnyckj Frederick Russell
Laura Sabia David Sackett Indira Samarasekera Camille Sandorfy Allen Sapp John Savage (politician) Felix Antoine Savard Donald J. Savoie Henry Saxe Tito Scaiano David Schindler William G. Schneider Seymour Schulich Irving Schwartz Ian Scott (Ontario politician) Marianne Scott Daryl Seaman Philip Seeman Alvin Segal Gordon Walter Semenoff James Sewid Doris Shadbolt Bernard Shapiro J.R. Shaw Walter Russell Shaw Jennifer Shay Leslie Shemilt Joseph J. Shoctor Gordon Shrum Morris Shumiatcher Robert Simmonds Mary Simon Adelaide Sinclair Gordon Slemon Arnold Smith Arthur Ryan Smith Muriel Smith Wilfred I. Smith Frank Sobey Nahum Sonenberg Raymond Souster Raymond Speaker Irene Spry Charles Perry Stacey Steven Staryk Robert Steadward Baldur R. Stefansson Sam Steinberg Ralph Steinhauer Charles R. Stelck Bette Stephenson Carol Stephenson William Stevenson (Judge) Ian Stirling (biologist) David Strangway Barry Strayer Marlene Streit Guy Sylvestre Stefan Sznuk
Elaine Tanner Claude Taylor (Transportation executive) Kenneth D. Taylor Eric Teed Wiliam Teron Gordon Thiessen Ronald Thom Audrey Thomas Richard M. Thomson Raymond Thornsteinsson Richard H. Tomlinson Claude Tousignant Peter Towe Arthur Tremblay Gilles Tremblay (composer) Marilyn Trenholme Counsell Bruce Trigger Albert Trueman Tsui Lap-Chee Endel Tulving
Cardinal Jean Claude Turcotte (awarded in the 1996 Queen's Honours List).(Resigned in 2010 to protest Henry Morgentaler's appointment to the Order).
William Ferdinand Alphonse Turgeon Yuli Turovsky W.T. Tutte
Irene Uchida Robert Uffen Frank Underhill
Sidney Van Den Bergh Maury Van Vliet Gerard Veilleux Michel Vennat Richard Verreau Annette Verschuren Andre Viger Arthur Vineberg Erich Vogt George Volkoff Bernard Voyer Mladen Vranic
Juhn Atsushi Wada Norman Wagner Mark Wainberg Peter Busby Waite Carolyn Waldo Jeff Wall Jean Pierre Wallot Harry Walsh Phyllis Webb W. Garfield Weston Bill White (Canadian politician) Bob White (trade unionist) Martin Will Lynn R. Williams Percy Williams (sprinter) Lynton Wilson William Winegard Gordon Arnaud Winter Clarence Wiseman Stephen Worobetz James Worrall Clifford Wright Douglas Tyndall Wright
Leo Yaffe Daniel Yanofsky
Eberhard Zeidler George Zukerman
Dick Clark; Levon Helm; Andy Griffith; Ernest Borgnine; Marvin Hamlisch; Phyllis Diller; Hal David; Charles Durning; Andy Williams;Marian McPartland OBE; Jeanne Cooper; Sid Caesar; Mickey Rooney; Elaine Stritch;Eli Wallach & Anne Jackson; James Garner; Robin Williams; Joan Rivers; Marian Seldes; David Bowie;Nancy Davis Reagan;Prince Patty Duke;Garry Marshall; Agnes Nixon; Leonard Cohen; Debbie Reynolds; Mary Tyler Moore; Sam Shepard; A.R. Gurney; Richard Wilbur; Previous listings who were inducted in the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors were Dustin Hoffman, David Letterman and Natalia Makarova. Previous listings who were inducted into the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors were Herbie Hancock, Billy Joel and Shirley MacLaine 2014: Tom Hanks was the only one on my list. 2015 recipients who were on this list before: Rita Moreno; Carole King; Cicely Tyson and George Lucas 2016 recipients who were on this list: Al Pacino, Mavis Staples and James Taylor 2017 recipients who were on the list: Norman Lear and Lionel Richie If you would like to nominate anybody here or anybody else, you can go to the http://www.kennedycenter.org/ and look to nominate somebody there online. You will get a reply in your email. Once you receive your reply, please file it in your folder. George Walker (born in 1922) great American classical composer. He doesn't have a profile here.
Country Music (2019)
Addictive and Mesmerizing!
Ken Burns has delivered a 16 hours worth documentary of country music from the beginning to the current. It's addictive to watch on television but you can't look away or want too. The story of country music is so rich, diverse and never so simple. The country music series is a must see television with Peter Coyote as the narrator. You get rare archive footage from the thirties. You hear about the Carter Family Trio and Bob Wills. Whether you know country music or not, you will become easily enthralled into the country music world. Country music has inspired and influenced the world in so many ways. It has reached out to everybody in someway. I remember being lucky to visit the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee where the weekly Barn Dance became the Grand Ole Opry. To me, the Ryman Auditorium is hollowed ground and beautiful. The Grand Ole Opry found a new home in the outskirts and I was lucky to have seen a show with Loretta Lynn, Roy Clark, Jessica Simpson making her Opry debut and more. That evening was one of the best shows I have ever seen on stage. The Grand Ole Opry is a run like a well-oiled machine. The sixteen hours of this documentary flows by. Ken Burns has really outdone himself this time.
The one that used to lean against the wall when she barked.
Ma and Pa Kettle are back on the farm. In this film in the series, they are expecting their first grandchild. After fifteen children, Pa Kettle actually believed that he was going to be a father again when he looks for Mrs. Kettle at the hospital. They're are funny moments especially when we got Kim's parents coming to town. They're prim and proper and snobby. The film is my favorite so far in the series. Just love it when Kim's mother yells "Come and Get It."
Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950)
I thought you might be a traveling salesman. A lot of them visit farms, you know.
Ma and Pa Kettle take New York City by storm when they visit their son and daughter-in-law and get mixed up. Ma and Pa Kettle were a popular film series. Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride are ideal as Ma and Pa Kettle. They have fun in the big city from the their small Washington State farm. It's a family, fun and light-hearted film.
The Pianist (2002)
Poland is no longer alone.
Roman Polanski was a holocaust survivor. He directed perhaps the most important film about the period based on the true story of Wladislaw Szpilman, a Polish Jewish pianist, who survived on his own strength with the help of his friends and even a German soldier who helped him in the end. The film is based on the true story. They're were horrible events that actually happened in the Warsaw Ghetto. Warsaw today was built upon the ruins of World War II. Adrien Brody was well honored with an Academy Award. The supporting cast was excellent with Frank Finlay and Maureen Lipman as his parents. Roman Polanski is the best person to direct a film about the Holocaust and even from his own experiences. This film is perhaps Polanski's best film and most personal of all.
Ma and Pa Kettle (1949)
Theories are nice, Ma, but not when they break up families and threaten lives.
Percy Kilbride and Marjorie Main return to reprise their roles as Pa and Ma Kettle starring in their own film. Pa Kettle wins a contest which means a more modern home for him and his family of fifteen children. Meg Randall who passed away last year makes her debut in the Kettle series aboard the train. That's where you see her look for an imaginary husband. That clip of Meg is featured in the TCM remembers video of 2018 where did you go? line. Meg Randall played Kim Parker, a journalist who falls in love with a Kettle. It's a fine comedy and film. Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride deserved a lot more fame for their acting abilities. Marjorie Main was quite a scene stealer.
The Egg and I (1947)
Never seen the sense of running water in my house myself.
Claudette Colbert and Fred McMurray played newlyweds who end up on a farm, Betty and Mr. McDonald. Anyway, they become acquainted with their neighbors, the Kettle family which included Ma and Pa and fifteen children. The McDonalds tried hard to adjust to country living. Betty MacDonald does everything she can to please her husband. Still it's a feel good film all around. With Percy Kilbride and Marjorie Main are supporting players here, you can't go wrong. Kilbride and Main are terrific together. The film is a good comedy from a time gone by with a great cast.
All the Money in the World (2017)
There's a purity to beautiful things that I've never been able to find in another human being.
Sir Ridley Scott reshot 20 scenes in 8 days with Christopher Plummer replacing the original actor as John Paul Getty. Ironically, Plummer was Scott's first choice to the play the role. It was a great task in replacing an actor in an important role but you wouldn't know the difference. It was based on a true story about billionaire tycoon John Paul Getty of Getty Oil and Gas who refused to pay for his grandson's ransom. Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg played the parents. Michelle Williams was perfect in her role as the worried mother and so was Wahblerg in his role. The cast was great and the film was well-done to reenact the actual historic events. The film is dramatic at times and yes based on true. I found it interesting to see how low Getty would go to not pay the ransom. When his grandson's ear turns up in the press after his second set of kidnappers, you can see that they mean business. The story was still sad overall. I wished they revealed more about what happened to the family.
Dad, those *are* ants. We haven't taken off yet.
Randy Quaid reprised his role as Cousin Eddie from the Vacation films. In this television film, he is joined by Miriam Flynn as his loving wife, Catherine. They live with their son, Clark, at adult Audrey's house in Indianapolis, Indiana. It's very nice of Audrey to let them stay with her. Eddie works as a lab experiment. They get sent to a South Pacific Island probably Hawaii. Their other children are elsewhere. I was happy to see Dana Barron reprise her role as Audrey, the original actress. While the script could use some work, the film does try hard at times while trying to be clean. Ed Asner joined the family as Uncle Nick whose wife has left him. They end up on a deserted island but enjoy Christmas anyway.
Unaccompanied Minors (2006)
My mom's boyfriend says that Christmas is when Frosty the Snowman fights the devil.
This film might appeal to families and younger viewers. I didn't even know about it until I stumbled at the dollar store. It's a cute premise about kids who travel without their guardians or parents. They're stuck at Hoover Airport during a blizzard on Christmas Eve. Lewis Black has a starring role as a miserable pilot whose flight to Hawaii gets canceled. Wilmer Valderrama is good as the appointed temporary carer of two siblings, Spencer and Katherine. Their mother is back home with grandmother (played by Terri Garr). Their father must find a away to get to the airport. The airport was ill-equipped to handle so many children. It's like Lord of The Flies down there. The film has it's moments too. Brett Kelly who was awesome in "Bad Santa" played one of the kids here too.
We don't have a cow. We have a bull.
Woody Harrelson played a well-known bowler in retirement who stumbles upon an Amish man named Ismael (Randy Quaid). Together they stumble upon a cross country travel trip to Reno, Nevada. Bill Murray played a competitor. There are familiar faces but it's an okay film overall. I'm not particularly fond this Farrelly brothers film. I didn't find it too funny or entertaining. I liked the ending.
I'll give this little cookie an hour before we're doing the no-pants dance. Time to musk up.
A great cast works this script about life in the seventies where sexism and misogyny were still in the network news. The location is San Diego, California where Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) has to share his anchor role with a woman (Christina Applegate). Ron is not the brightest bulb in the bunch. He makes serious errors which lead to his firing. The cast is first rate with Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell and others who even make cameos. It's a fun film overall despite some of the vulgarity and profanity but still worthwhile.
Parenthood: Lost and Found (2010)
An Almost Perfect Ending to the First Season!
While the series lasted over a 100 episodes, the first season helped develop the Braverman family. In the season finale, we get to see a reunion. Amber goes missing. Crosby makes a major decision about his life. The series is ending for the summer. I still think Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia deserved Emmys for their performances. They were solid and likable and so was the entire cast here. It was one of the few series on television that wasn't set in a hospital, Chicago, police; fire; CSI; etc. It was a series that was actually relatable to audiences.
Parenthood: Team Braverman (2010)
Let's Help Those Kids with Autism!
Max is excited about the autism walk and wants his team to win. Kristina wonders if they should talk to him about his diagnosis. The Braverman team have been having trouble. Sarah and Haddie argue over the same boyfriend. But perhaps the heartbreaking scene is when everybody else realized that Max has Aspergers (a form of autism) and doesn't realize his diagnosis. While I applauded the series for dealing with Autism/Aspergers, I wished they had dealt more with the wide range of children on the spectrum.
Parenthood: Solace (2010)
Even the Parents Got Secrets Here!
Surprisingly, Zeek and Camille have a falling out where Zeek has cheated and betrayed his wife's trust and their bank account. He goes to live with his children and doesn't fare well with Adam and Kristina and their adaptations to Max's condition. Julia tries to get her father out of debt. He does offer some helpful advice. Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia were perfect casting because they played parents before in a heartbreaking television movie of the week in the eighties.
Parenthood: Namaste No More (2010)
Friends are A Lot Harder To Find!
With Max's Asperger's Syndrome, Adam and Kristina have found themselves in a precarious situation about finding friends. With one family, they have a son in the same situation but it doesn't work for them so they make an excuse to leave. They find new friends who do the exact same thing to them. While Max is highly intelligent, his social skills are lacking with his peers and even adults. I know from firsthand experience working with students on the spectrum and going out in public where we get stares constantly.
Parenthood: Perchance to Dream (2010)
Uh... it was in the hospital, I think. Amber was born and she said 'It wasn't my vodka!'
Kristina gets a well-deserved break from her family life and gets to work for a political candidate. She leaves Adam for the weekend with the kids. Adam has to deal with Haddie and her boyfriend and Max as well. Crosby dates his son's mother; Sarah tries to get Amber excited about college by taking her to the University of California at Berkeley for a catering event. It's just an ordinary weekend in the Braverman world.
Parenthood: Rubber Band Ball (2010)
Amber is from a broken home. She doesn't know a real relationship from a sandwich yet...
Amber's Fresno boyfriend, Damien, has returned to Berkeley. Amber's upset with her mother about Mr. Cyr. Then Sydney, Julia's only child, has constructed a rubber band ball and knows the colors and numbers of each of them. Julia and Joel are concerned that Sydney could be on the spectrum like cousin Max. Don't worry, Sydney's just bored with school according to the expert. Of course, Max is another story and has Asperger's syndrome. Still it isn't uncommon to have two in the family.
You love crushing little companies.
Haddie gets to spend the day with her Aunt Julia at her law firm in Berkeley. Julia realizes her actual career. Adam wants to spend time with his family but schedules get in the way. Kristina pondered being a full-time mother and wife at home. She has a lot going on in her life. Max is getting better with the behaviorist. Sarah is falling for her daughter's teacher. A lot is going on in the Braverman world.
Parenthood: The Big 'O' (2010)
The Behaviorist Has Come To Help!
Jason Ritter is cast as Mr. Cyr, Amber's hunky English teacher. Sarah and Cyr are growing close despite Amber's schoolgirl crush. I don't know why they didn't write that Amber could pass with summer school than Sarah's unbelievable begging with the school principal. The behaviorist is a young nice woman who comes to help Adam and Kristina with Max. She helps the family more than anybody else with their situation.
Parenthood: The Situation (2010)
Baseball is the All American Pastime!
Baseball began and ended the series not the major league stuff but the little league. It began and ended on a baseball field. Max wants to go back and rejoin his team even though he doesn't have too. The series gets involved in Crosby's situation as he deals with the arrival of his five year old son. He finally tells his parents the truth about Jabar. What kind of name is that? Crosby replied "What kind of name is Zeek?" Camille and Zeek have no qualms about accepting him into their growing family.
Parenthood: Wassup (2010)
What Kind of Name is Haddie Anyway?
I was always puzzled by Haddie, the name for Adam and Kristina's teenage daughter. Was it a nickname or short for something? In this episode, Sarah Ramos comes into her own with a secret boyfriend. The series was very good that I find it hard to believe that it never got the recognition like other shows. The cast and story lines are easy to follow. While they have a large cast, I still enjoy the interaction among all of them.
Max Gets Kicked Out of School!
Max breaks a fish tank and is kicked out of his school. Adam and Kristina must find a new school. Believably, this can happen with students on the spectrum with behavioral issues. The new special school seems far-fetched and costs tuition. In my state, the district pays for a student to go to a specialized school. I don't know how it is in California. While the series tried to be believable, it's still a fictional series. The actor who played Max should have been nominated for an Emmy.
Parenthood: Man Versus Possum (2010)
Coming To Terms with the Diagnosis!
Adam and Kristina speak to a specialist about Max's diagnosis. Perhaps one of the best aspects of this series was dealing with Asperger's Syndrome. At first, Adam is in complete denial about his son's diagnosis and even misses his daughter's championship game. Unaware of what his wife and daughter might have suspected, Max's diagnosis is conformed by the specialist. The specialist has wise words about not expecting a cure or a miracle to cure Max. Some parents of students on the spectrum might benefit by viewing this series. I felt this series didn't get enough attention or accolades for a stellar cast.
I drink the nourishment that Gaia is feeding me through her cloud teats.
Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are New Yorkers who lose their jobs and go south to Atlanta, Georgia where they stumble upon a commune. At first, they are taken aback by their lifestyle and commune living. When they venture to suburban Atlanta, they run back to the commune world. The film is laughable at some moments. It's profane and vulgar at times. There is nudity although needless though at times. Alan Alda and a great supporting cast make the film worthwhile.
Role Models (2008)
What Does This Look Like To You?
I love Jane Lynch and Paul Rudd. The cast is great even if the film has some issues. Seann William Scott and Paul Rudd played business partners who end up serving community service as the Sturdy Wings big brothers in Jane Lynch's center. The film has some moments but it's really entertaining if you don't wanted to think too much. Despite having kids in the movie, this film is not for children.