THE BIG LEBOWSKI ITV4 9PM Affable old hippie Jeff Bridges is mistakenly hired as a ransom courier.
What does TBL stand for?
TBL stands for The Big Lebowski (1998 movie)
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- Talk Back Live
- Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL hockey team)
- Task Based Learning (language learning)
- Technology-Based Learning (electronic educational development)
- Tee Ball League
- Telescope Bernard Lyot (astronomy; Pic du Midi de Bigorre, France)
- Tere Bin Laden (film)
- Test Bed Loading (software development)
- The Balrog's Lair (wrestling)
- The Bandaloop (band)
- The Bigger Lights (band)
- The Biggest Loser (TV show)
- The Black League (band)
- The Bottom Line
- The Buried Life (TV series)
- The Burning Legend (gaming clan)
- The Business Lawyer (American Bar Association journal)
- The Timberland Company (stock symbol; Stratham, NH)
- Thin Blue Line
- Three Bear Lodge (West Yellowstone, MT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The gravel-voiced star of The Big Lebowski and The Thomas Crown Affair had been battling pancreatic cancer.
The Blu-ray edition of The Big Lebowski is out in the UK on August 22.
Byline: GRAHAM YOUNG HE'S BEST known for playing quirky characters in movies like Barton Fink and The Big Lebowski made by the Coen Brothers.
If those are the highlights so far of Moore's career, don't forget The Fugitive and Short Cuts, two early pictures that got her noticed as someone who deserved to be promoted out of daytime television; or Vanya on 42nd Street, Dora Maar in Surviving Picasso, The Big Lebowski, Cookie's Fortune, An Ideal Husband, A Map of the World, The Shipping News, Savage Grace and Blindness.
Not so much a nostalgia film, then, as a film about nostalgia, The Big Lebowski represents the past through a wide-ranging and voracious cultural pastiche.
Turturro, who is perhaps best known as an actor for his work on the USA show Monk and in films like The Color of Money and The Big Lebowski, seemed especially proud of piquing the interest of the Coen brothers, who produced the project.
Hollywood Star Lanes, the hardscrabble and locally revered bowling alley made famous in The Big Lebowski, was seized from its original owners to build a mammoth school in a crappy neighborhood.