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Examples of "black_donnellys"
The Irish were founded in 1968 as the Lucan Irish Six, named after the Black Donnellys.
In the 1980s, the London, Ontario punk band The Black Donnellys formed, taking their name from this infamous feud.
Thomas Patrick Kelley (19101982) was a Canadian author notable for three books on the infamous Black Donnellys of Lucan, Ontario.
Stompin' Tom Connors wrote two songs in reference to the Donnelly family: "The Black Donnellys' Massacre" and "Jenny Donnelly", the latter of which was covered by Chantal Vitalis.
The cancelled "Black Donnellys" ranked second in shows streamed off of NBC's website, second only to's number one show "Heroes".
The Black Donnellys is an American television drama that debuted on NBC on February 26, 2007 and last aired on April 2, 2007. Thereafter, NBC began releasing new episodes weekly on until the series was officially cancelled. "The Black Donnellys" was created by Paul Haggis and Robert Moresco featured in the cast Jonathan Tucker, Olivia Wilde, Billy Lush, Tom Guiry, Kirk Acevedo, and relative newcomers Michael Stahl-David and Keith Nobbs.
Some popular folklore in Canada involves lore connected with actual historical people, such as the "Black Donnellys", a family from Lucan, Ontario. The family was at the centre of allegations of a crime spree, that ended with a massacre at the hands of a mob. Thomas P. Kelly wrote a popular book on the Black Donnellys in the 1950s, and the story of the family has been retold and fictionalized ever since.
Betancourt was born in Chicago and currently lives in Los Angeles. He sold his first television series to CBS at age 30 and has since written on "Breakout Kings", "The Black Donnellys", and "Detroit 187".
Manche was discovered by his manager, who eventually brought him to New York City to audition for the Broadway show "Nine." He appeared in roles on "Guiding Light, , ," and "The Black Donnellys."
Gloria Muzio is an American theatre and television director. She has worked on a number of TV shows including "Criminal Minds", "Brothers & Sisters", "The Black Donnellys", "The Closer", "ER", "Third Watch", "Law & Order", "", "", "The Wire" and "Oz".
Keith Nobbs (born April 9, 1979) is an American stage, television, and film actor perhaps best known for his portrayal of Joey Ice Cream in the TV series "The Black Donnellys".
Gene MacLellan sings a song called "Death of the Black Donnellys" on his album "Lonesome River", which refers to the Donnellys as Satan's spawn and their killers "...send them back to Hell".
He had guest starring roles on well known Television shows such as "NYPD Blue" and "24". He had a notable recurring role on the Television show The Black Donnellys".
Recently, the show has been picked up and has begun to air in several European countries. Paul Haggis attended and spoke at the Cologne Conference in Germany at which "The Black Donnellys" was screened.
McGovern also played an FBI agent in the pilot of "Numb3rs" and a reporter in "Mystic River". He is primarily known for his gangster and attorney roles in such television shows as "Kidnapped", "The Black Donnellys" and "Against the Law"
It was called the "Roman Line" for the numerous Irish Roman Catholic families that resided along it during the 19th century. It is where the Black Donnellys lived, feuded, and were murdered in Canada's most infamous feud.
He is most noted for "The Black Donnellys". He later followed with "The Curse of the Black Donnellys", a fictionalized account of the vengeful vendetta undertaken by Francis Donnelly, one of the surviving members of the family on those responsible for the massacre of his parents and siblings, and finally, "The Donnelly Family Album", which detailed the genealogy of the Donnellys of Crossmaglen, County Armagh, Ireland, their emigration to Canada in the mid-1830s, and subsequent of five of their family members on February 4, 1880.
The "CBS Evening News with Katie Couric" expanded to an hour that night, and NBC replaced two planned sitcom reruns with a one-hour special at 10 p.m. ET. (The sitcoms were to have replaced "The Black Donnellys", which NBC had cancelled.) "ABC's World News with Charles Gibson" was extended by five minutes, and NBC limited commercials on "NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams".
Kingston Penitentiary had been home to many of Canada's most dangerous and notorious criminals. James Donnelly, patriarch of the infamous Black Donnellys, was sentenced to be hanged on September 17, 1859, for the murder of Patrick Farrell. A petition for clemency started by his wife Johannah saw his sentence reduced to seven years in Kingston Penitentiary.
The album's tenth track, entitled "Open Your Eyes," was used in the season 4 finale of CBS's "Cold Case" and in the season 12 finale of "ER", also appeared in an episode of The Black Donnellys and also in the second episode of the third season of "Grey's Anatomy".