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Richard Feynman


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About Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman is a 104 years old male from New York, New York. Richard is most well known for acting, and has 14 known credits, of which 12 are movies, and 2 are TV shows.

Richard Feynman’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Richard Feynman’s movies you should definitely watch Hackers Wanted (2009) Richard has worked on!

  1. Hackers Wanted (2009)
  2. Take the World From Another Point of View (1973)
  3. About Time (1962)
  4. Infinity (1996)
  5. Richard Feynman: No Ordinary Genius (1993)

1. Hackers Wanted (2009 Movie)

The best rated movie Richard Feynman has been a part of is the action, thriller, documentary movie Hackers Wanted, where they had the role of Himself. It has a rating 6.6 on IMDb.

2. Take the World From Another Point of View (1973)

Richard Feynman worked on this documentary movie as Himself.

3. About Time (1962)

In About Time Richard Feynman was worked as Toast the Knowing. This animation, family movie has a rating on 8.4 on IMDb.

4. Infinity (1996)

This drama, romance movie has a rating on 6.1 on IMDb. In Infinity Richard Feynman had the role of .

5. Richard Feynman: No Ordinary Genius (1993)

Richard Feynman was a part of the movie Richard Feynman: No Ordinary Genius as himself. This documentary movie has a rating 8.4 on IMDb.

Richard Feynman’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Richard Feynman’s shows you should definitely watch The Character of Physical Law (1964) has been a part of!!

  1. The Character of Physical Law (1964)
  2. Fun to Imagine (1983)

1. The Character of Physical Law (1964)

Richard Feynman was Self - Host in this show!

2. Fun to Imagine (1983)

In Fun to Imagine Richard Feynman was Host. This documentary show has a rating on 9.0 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was Richard Feynman born?

Richard Feynman’s birthday is on 11 May 1918.

What is Richard Feynman’s gender?

Richard Feynman is male.

Where was Richard Feynman born?

Richard Feynman was born in New York, New York.

What is Richard most known for?

Richard Feynman is most known for acting. Richard has worked on 12 movies and 2 TV shows.

What is Richard Feynman’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Hackers Wanted, which has a score of 0.0.

What is Richard Feynman’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is The Character of Physical Law, which has a score of 0.0.

Richard’s Filmography

As Himself. Hackers Wanted is an unreleased American documentary film. Directed and written by Sam Bozzo, the film explores the origins and nature of hackers and hacking by following the adventures of Adrian Lamo, and contrasting his story with that of controversial figures throughout history. The film is narrated by Kevin Spacey.

As Himself. In 1973 Yorkshire public television made a short film of the Nobel laureate while he was there. The resulting film, Take the World From Another Point of View, was broadcast in America as part of the PBS Nova series. The documentary features a fascinating interview, but what sets it apart from other films on Feynman is the inclusion of a lively conversation he had with the eminent British astrophysicist Fred Hoyle.

As Himself (Archive Footage). Richard Feynman is one of the most iconic, influential and inspiring scientists of the 20th century. He helped design the atomic bomb, solved the mystery of the Challenger Shuttle catastrophe and won a Nobel Prize. Now, 25 years after his death - in his own words and those of his friends and family - this is the story of the most captivating communicator in the history of science.

As The Physicist. A complex and fascinating experimental exploration of time and identity. ‘Anti-Clock is a film of authentic, startling originality. Brilliantly mixing cinema and video techniques, Arden and Bond have created a movie that captures the anxiety and sense of danger that has infiltrated the consciousness of so many people in western society.

As Himself. When the space shuttle Challenger blew up in 1986, it was the most shocking event in the history of American spaceflight. The deaths of seven astronauts, including the first teacher in space Christa McAuliffe, were watched live on television by millions of viewers. But what was more shocking was that the cause of the disaster might never be uncovered. The Challenger is the story of how Richard Feynman, one of America's most famous scientists, helped to discover the cause of a tragedy that stunned America.

As Himself. After a brief introduction by Dale Carson, Dr. Richard Feynman discusses the physical law of gravity. He covers its origins through scientific discoveries in astronomy as well as Newton's contribution. He then discusses is implications and relation to other laws.

As Himself. In this lecture, Dr. Richard Feynman discusses symmetry in physical law. He covers translation in space, translation in time, rotation in space, the principle of reactivity, symmetry in atomic particles, changes in scale, uniform angular speed, and reflection in space. He also discusses the relationship between conservation laws and symmetry, and concludes with a brief look at antimatter.

As Self. TROM (The Reality of Me) is an unique free online documentary, since no one has thought of such a documentary from our knowledge. We want to show, as well as we can, the whole picture, an insight into our world, a perspective from which you must extract meanings in order to understand, and curiosity to progress, because there is a lot of such information we call “scientific”. Moreover, we present alternative and existing solutions to radically improve every one's life. If you've never questioned your lifestyle and are well adjusted to our current society, you will, more than likely, get a shock, but if you watch the whole documentary you'll understand why. All chapters and sub-chapters are connected and in order to understand you have to watch the whole documentary, in order.

As himself. Richard Feynman was a scientific genius with - in his words - a "limited intelligence". This dichotomy is just one of the characteristics that made him a fascinating subject. The Pleasure of Finding Things Out exposes us to many more of these intriguing attributes by featuring an extensive conversation with the acclaimed Nobel Prize winner. During the course of the interview, which was conducted in 1981, Feynman uses the undeniable power of the personal to convey otherwise challenging scientific theories. His colorful and lucid stories make abstract concepts tangible, and his warm presence is sure to inspire interest and awe from even the most reluctant student of science. His insights are profound, but his delivery is anything but dry and ostentatious.

As Host. Richard Feynman, theoretical physicist, enjoys thinking aloud about the adventures science can offer. Back in 1983, the BBC aired Fun to Imagine, a television series hosted by Richard Feynman that used physics to explain how the everyday world works – “why rubber bands are stretchy, why tennis balls can’t bounce forever, and what you’re really seeing when you look in the mirror.” In case you’re not familiar with him, Feynman was a Nobel prize-winning physicist who had a gift for many things, including popularizing science and particularly physics.

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