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The Film Mystery

By: Arthur Benjamin Reeve

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE FILM MYSTERY Author: ARTHUR B. REEVE Language: English Subject: Fiction,... ...... ...............................................................108 XXVII. THE FILM FIRE.................................................................. ...n death. I recalled the cyanides. I thought of curare, or woorali, the South American arrow poison with which Kennedy once had dealt. Had Stella recei... ...floor. Then the spotlight rolls, revealing the body of an elderly man of the American millionaire type, lying crumpled against the table. Finally it r... ...ut the room and down on the floor, seeing for the first time the body of the American millionaire. SCENE 12 LOCATION. Exterior Remsen house. Night tin... ...iss Lamar, instead of crying out as she was supposed to do, just crumpled up silently. So" thumbing over a page "we work back to scene twelve. She she... ... listening in silence. "You'll say nothing of this?" Kennedy added. "I'll be silent, of course." Heavy footsteps from the rear marked the return of Ph... ... of the newspaper sensation over the affair. On we walked, Kennedy mostly in silent deduction, I knew, until we came to the upper regions of the great...

...Table of Contents: The Film Mystery, 1 -- Arthur B. Reeve, 1 -- I. A CAMERA CRIME, 1 -- II. THE TINY SCRATCH, 5 -- III. TANGLED MOTIVES, 9 -- IV. THE FATAL SCRIPT, 12 -- V. AN EMOTIONAL MAZE, 17 -- VI. THE FIRST CLUE, 23 -- VII. ENID FAYE, 28 -- VI...

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Silent film

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...from the 1921 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, one of the highest-grossing silent films. ... ...e 1921 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, one of the highest-grossing silent films. ... ...lock scene from Safety Last! (1923) A silent film is a film with no synchronized recorded sound, especially with ... ...ene from Safety Last! (1923) A silent film is a film with no synchronized recorded sound, especially with no spok... ...ith no synchronized recorded sound, especially with no spoken dialogue. In silent films for entertainment the dialogue is transmitted through muted ge... ...synchronized recorded sound, especially with no spoken dialogue. In silent films for entertainment the dialogue is transmitted through muted gestures,... ... by the United States Library of Congress announced that a total of 70% of American silent films are believed to be completely lost.[1] ... ...ent in Japanese film, as well as providing translation for foreign (mostly American) movies.[9] The popularity of the benshi was one reason why silent... ...rs to deliver larger-than-life expressions for emphasis. As early as 1914, American viewers had begun to make known their preference for greater natur...

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The Film Mystery

By: Arthur Benjamin Reeve

...HE FILM MYSTERY by ARTHUR B. REEVE The Film Mystery Arthur B. Reeve Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wid... ...LE MENACE • XXV. ITCHING SALVE • XXVI. A CIGARETTE CASE • XXVII. THE FILM FIRE • XXVIII. THE PHOSPHORUS BOMB • XXIX. MICROSCOPIC EVIDENCE •... ...nying Kennedy on this particular case. It was not that the tragic end of a film star whose work I had learned to love was not horrible to me, but rath... ...death. I recalled the cyanides. I thought of curare, or woorali, the South American arrow poison with which Kennedy once had dealt. Had Stella receive... ...oor. Then the spotlight rolls, revealing the body of an elderly man of the American millionaire type, lying crumpled against the table. Finally it rol... ... the room and down on the floor, seeing for the first time the body of the American millionaire. SCENE 12 LOCATION.—Exterior Remsen house. Night tin... ...s Lamar, instead of crying out as she was supposed to do, just crumpled up silently. So"—thumbing over a page—"we work back to scene twelve. She—she w... ...tening in silence. "You'll say nothing of this?" Kennedy added. "I'll be silent, of course." Heavy footsteps from the rear marked the return of Phe... ... the newspaper sensation over the affair. On we walked, Kennedy mostly in silent deduction, I knew, until we came to the upper regions of the great t...

...ERLE SHIRLEY OVERACTS · XXII. THE STEM · XXIII. BOTULIN TOXIN · XXIV. THE INVISIBLE MENACE · XXV. ITCHING SALVE · XXVI. A CIGARETTE CASE · XXVII. THE FILM FIRE · XXVIII. THE PHOSPHORUS BOMB · XXIX. MICROSCOPIC EVIDENCE · XXX. THE BALLROOM SCENE · XXXI. PHYSOSTIGMIN · XXXII. CAMERA EVIDENCE...

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Silent Hill: Revelation

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... Michael J. Bassett Based on Silent Hill 3  by Konam... ... Production company Davis Films ... ... Distributed by Open Road Films (US) Lionsgate (Intern... ... Box office $52.3 million[5] Silent Hill: Revelation is a 2012 Canad... ....3 million[5] Silent Hill: Revelation is a 2012 Canadian-French 3D horror film directed and written by Michael J.... ...a 2012 Canadian-French 3D horror film directed and written by Michael J. Bassett and a sequel to the 2006 film Silent Hill. Revelation stars Adelaide ... ...t her presumed identity is false and as a result is drawn to an alternate dimension existing in the fictitious American town of Silent Hill. ... ... Before the beginning of Revelation '​s filming, Bassett expressed his openness to fans' suggestions of actresses for Heather's role. On a tota...

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The Film Mystery

By: Arthur B. Reeve

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE FILM MYSTERY Author: ARTHUR B. REEVE Language: English Subject: Fiction, L... ...... ...Book #5270] [Posted: June 23, 2002] THE FILM MYSTERY Produced by Charles Franks and the Online Distribute... ...eath. I recalled the cyanides. I thought of curare, or woorali, the South American arrow poison with which Kennedy once had dealt. Had Stella receiv... ...r. Then the spotlight rolls, revealing the body of an elderly man of the American millionaire type, lying crumpled against the table. Finally it ro... ...he room and down on the floor, seeing for the first time the body of the American millionaire. SCENE 12 LOCATION.--Exterior Remsen house. Nigh... ... Lamar, instead of crying out as she was supposed to do, just crumpled up silently. So"--thumbing over a page--"we work back to scene twelve. She--s... ...ng in silence. "You'll say nothing of this?" Kennedy added. "I'll be silent, of course." Heavy footsteps from the rear marked the return of P... ...e newspaper sensation over the affair. On we walked, Kennedy mostly in silent deduction, I knew, until we came to the upper regions of the great ...

...SCENE XXI. MERLE SHIRLEY OVERACTS XXII. THE STEM XXIII. BOTULIN TOXIN XXIV. THE INVISIBLE MENACE XXV. ITCHING SALVE XXVI. A CIGARETTE CASE XXVII. THE FILM FIRE XXVIII. THE PHOSPHORUS BOMB XXIX. MICROSCOPIC EVIDENCE XXX. THE BALLROOM SCENE XXXI. PHYSOSTIGMIN XXXII. CAMERA EVIDENCE...

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List of surviving silent film actors

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...This article lists surviving silent film actors or living actors whose first work was in silent film s.... ...This article lists surviving silent film actors or living actors whose first work was in silent film s. The li... ...t film s. The list does not include actors from "experimental" attempts at silent films that have been made since the 1950s. As might be expected many... ...s. The list does not include actors from "experimental" attempts at silent films that have been made since the 1950s. As might be expected many, but n... ... since the 1950s. As might be expected many, but not all, of the surviving silent film actors were child actors. Living { border="1" Name ... ...the 1950s. As might be expected many, but not all, of the surviving silent film actors were child actors. Living { border="1" Name Date of... ...ortuguese silent film Fátima Milagrosa in 1928. Carla Laemmle American actress and the niece of Universal Pictures founder Carl Laemml... ... in the original Phantom of the Opera (1925). Shep Houghton American actor and dancer. Fay McKenzie American actress who app... ...ctress who appeared in her first film in 1918. Diana Serra Cary American child actress who starred as "Baby Peggy". Louise Watson ...

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Daisy Miller

By: Henry James

...ng visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars ... ... of which to-day quickens the pulse and moistens the eyes of millions of Americans with the same thrill that the dear old flag arouses when we cat... ...am" brands. To the greater part of the troops, ignorant (as are most Americans to-day) of the real origin of this pseudonym, "Uncle Sam's" bee... ...s; the first tale (probably apocryphal) is about a donkey, for years the silent victim of a little terrier who had been trained to lead him to wat... ...od by the open window, the great square around the Arc de Triomphe lay silent and empty, its vast arch rising dimly against the night sky. As... ...always the same spellbound circle of half-clad Turks and Arabs squatting silent while "Wagner" tinkled to them on a three-stringed lute and chante... ...d its foliage that "Gaul," "Provence," and "France," personated by three actresses of the "Francais," advanced to salute Apollo, seated on his rus... ... twenty-four hours in a new surrounding, - the mind, like a photographic film, quickly losing its sensibility. This fleeting receptiveness mak...

...villages that to-day names like Utica, Syracuse, and Ithaca, instead of evoking visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars and Methodist meeting-houses....

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American Film Manufacturing Company

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... The Flying A logo. The American Film Manufacturing ... ... The Flying A logo. The American Film Manufacturing Company (... ...s an American motion picture production company, known as Flying "A" Studios. In 1915, the formal name was changed to the American Film Company.[1] ... ...ican motion picture production company, known as Flying "A" Studios. In 1915, the formal name was changed to the American Film Company.[1] ... ... John Freuler, Charles J. Hite and Harry Aitken, four mid-western businessmen who joined forces and capital to create the American Film Manufacturing ... ...uler, Charles J. Hite and Harry Aitken, four mid-western businessmen who joined forces and capital to create the American Film Manufacturing company. ... ...iles Minter. Minter, born Juliet Reilly, April 1, 1902 – August 4, 1984, was one of the most successful in her genre as a silent film actress. She did... ... with no direct link to the public. [1] Bibliography Birchard, Robert S. Silent-era filmmaking in San... ...anta Barbara, Calif.: Fithian Press, 1997. ISBN 1-56474-210-5. Lyons, Timothy J. The silent partner: the history ...

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The Ways of Men

By: Eliot Gregory

... visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars... ...f which to-day quickens the pulse and moistens the eyes of millions of Americans with the same thrill that the dear old flag arouses when we c... ...rands. To the greater part of the troops, ignorant (as are most Americans to-day) of the real origin of this pseudonym, "Uncle Sam’s" b... ... the first tale (probably apocryphal) is about a donkey, for years the silent victim of a little terrier who had been trained to lead him to w... ...y the open window, the great square around the Arc de Triomphe lay silent and empty, its vast arch rising dimly against the night sky. ... ...ways the same spellbound circle of half-clad Turks and Arabs squatting silent while "Wagner" tinkled to them on a three-stringed lute and chan... ...its foliage that "Gaul," "Provence," and "France," personated by three actresses of the "Francais," advanced to salute Apollo, seated on his r... ...wenty-four hours in a new surrounding, - the mind, like a photographic film, quickly losing its sensibility. This fleeting receptivenes...

...villages that to-day names like Utica, Syracuse, and Ithaca, instead of evoking visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans he picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars and Methodist meeting-houses....

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The Silent World

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... original film poster Dire... ... French The Silent World (French: Le Monde du silence) is a 1956 French documentary fil... ...he Silent World (French: Le Monde du silence) is a 1956 French documentary film co-directed by the famed French oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau an... ...ed French oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau and a young Louis Malle. The Silent World is noted as one of the first films to use underwater cinematog... ...eau and a young Louis Malle. The Silent World is noted as one of the first films to use underwater cinematography to show the ocean depths in color.[1... ...ean depths in color.[1][2] Its title derives from Cousteau's 1953 book The Silent World: A Story of Undersea Discovery and Adventure. ... ... Blue Is the Warmest Colour – Abdellatif Kechiche (with actresses Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux) (2013) ... ... The Great American Cowboy (1973) ... ... (1989) American Dream (1990) ...

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The Ways of Men

By: Eliot Gregory

...king visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars and... ...ng of which to-day quickens the pulse and moistens the eyes of millions of Americans with the same thrill that the dear old flag arouses when we catch... ...cle Sam" brands. To the greater part of the troops, ignorant (as are most Americans to-day) of the real origin of this pseudonym, "Uncle Sam's" beef ... ...rts; the first tale (probably apocryphal) is about a donkey, for years the silent victim of a little terrier who had been trained to lead him to water... ... stood by the open window, the great square around the Arc de Triomphe lay silent and empty, its vast arch rising dimly against the night sky. As I t... ...s always the same spellbound circle of half-clad Turks and Arabs squatting silent while "Wagner" tinkled to them on a three-stringed lute and chanted ... ...ind its foliage that "Gaul," "Provence," and "France," personated by three actresses of the "Francais," advanced to salute Apollo, seated on his rusti... ...st twenty-four hours in a new surrounding, - the mind, like a photographic film, quickly losing its sensibility. This fleeting receptiveness makes re...

...villages that to-day names like Utica, Syracuse, and Ithaca, instead of evoking visions of historic pomp and circumstance, raise in the minds of most Americans the picture of cocky little cities, rich only in trolley-cars and Methodist meeting-houses. When, however, this cultured governor, in his ardor, christened one of the cities Troy, and the hill in its vicinity Mount ...

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2046 (film)

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...s Classics (North America) Mei Ah (Hong Kong) Tartan Films (United Kingdom) Seville Pictures/Warner Home Video (Canad... ...)[1] 2046 is a 2004 Hong Kong-Chinese film written and directed by Wong Kar-wai. It is a loose sequel to the 1991... ...n and directed by Wong Kar-wai. It is a loose sequel to the 1991 Hong Kong film Days of Being Wild and the 2000 Hong Kong film In the Mood for Love. I... ...played by the same actor, as in In the Mood for Love. He also appears in a silent cameo at the very end of Days of Being Wild. ... ...46. Critical reception In its North American release, 2046 received generally positive, sometimes glowing revie... ... surprise here...her performance puts her on a level with the world's best actresses."[6] One of the less enthusiastic reviews came from Roger Eb... ...ce), Jeffrey M. Anderson (The San Francisco Examiner), John DeFore (Austin American Statesman), Brian Brooks (indieWIRE), Chris Barsanti (Filmcritic.c...

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The Nest Builder

By: Beatrice Forbes Robertson Hale

...e see-saw Lancashire of the stewards and the monotonous rasp of returning Americans. Byrd's left hand neighbor, a clergyman of uncertain denominat... ...he like. "I presume, sir," he at last inquired loudly, "that you are an American, and as glad as I am to be returning to our country?" "No, sir... ... Ye would be going there, perhaps, to improve your fortunes?" Byrd was silent. "Also," continued the Scot, quite unrebuffed, "it would be inter... ...l chair upon his emerging legs. "My mother was a Bohemian, my father an American. Neither, happily, was Scotch," said he, almost stammering in his... ...these paintings he remembered much, but of her speech little, for she was silent as she worked. One day his mother put a brush into his hand. The ... ... deck to ask, and receive, the promise of a song. Stefan Byrd, after a silent breakfast eaten late to avoid his table companions, had just come o... ...ded and democratic Americans. She also met a mixed collection of artists, actresses, writers, reformers and followers of various "isms"; for as pres... ...Byrdsnest," as Mary had christened the cottage, were peppered with a pale film of green. The lawn before the house shone with new grass. Upon it, in...

...French tongue behind, and his ears, homesick already, shrank equally from the see-saw Lancashire of the stewards and the monotonous rasp of returning Americans....

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Legong (film)

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...Legong: Dance of the Virgins (1935) was one of the last feature films shot using the two-color Technicolor process, and one of the last sil... ...re films shot using the two-color Technicolor process, and one of the last silent films from the silent era. Production Legong was an American expl... ...s shot using the two-color Technicolor process, and one of the last silent films from the silent era. Production Legong was an American exploitatio... ... of the last silent films from the silent era. Production Legong was an American exploitation film (of a type often referred to as a "goona-goona e... ...lms from the silent era. Production Legong was an American exploitation film (of a type often referred to as a "goona-goona epic") similar to Isle ... ...playing in New York. Part of the appeal was likely the bare breasted young actresses that appear throughout the film: American censors of the time ten... ... likely the bare breasted young actresses that appear throughout the film: American censors of the time tended to be more lenient with toplessness in ... ... the dancers, there is no gamelan music in the original music track. This silent film has a musical soundtrack but no dialogue—rather it uses interti... ...he Winter Garden in the World Financial Center in New York, as part of the Silent Film/Live Music festival in 2000 and 2005. In July 2013 the score wa...

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The Nest Builder

By: Beatrice Forbes Robertson Hale

...e see-saw Lancashire of the stewards and the monotonous rasp of returning Americans. Byrd's left hand neighbor, a clergyman of uncertain denominat... ...he like. "I presume, sir," he at last inquired loudly, "that you are an American, and as glad as I am to be returning to our country?" "No, sir... ... Ye would be going there, perhaps, to improve your fortunes?" Byrd was silent. "Also," continued the Scot, quite unrebuffed, "it would be inter... ...l chair upon his emerging legs. "My mother was a Bohemian, my father an American. Neither, happily, was Scotch," said he, almost stammering in his... ...these paintings he remembered much, but of her speech little, for she was silent as she worked. One day his mother put a brush into his hand. The ... ... deck to ask, and receive, the promise of a song. Stefan Byrd, after a silent breakfast eaten late to avoid his table companions, had just come o... ...ded and democratic Americans. She also met a mixed collection of artists, actresses, writers, reformers and followers of various "isms"; for as pres... ...Byrdsnest," as Mary had christened the cottage, were peppered with a pale film of green. The lawn before the house shone with new grass. Upon it, in...

...French tongue behind, and his ears, homesick already, shrank equally from the see-saw Lancashire of the stewards and the monotonous rasp of returning Americans....

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Woman's film

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...Davis and Henry Fonda in Jezebel (1938), one of the quintessential woman's films. Davis plays a Southern belle who loses her fiancé (Fonda) and her so... ...elf by self-sacrifice.[1] The woman's film is a Douglas Sirk, Max Ophüls, and Josef von Sternberg has been associ... ..., Max Ophüls, and Josef von Sternberg has been associated with the woman's film genre.[3] Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, and Barbara Stanwyck were some o... ... The beginnings of the genre can be traced back to D. W. Griffith's silent films. Film historians and critics defined the genre and canon in re... ...the earliest woman's films and became the rule with Douglas Sirk's postwar American woman's films.[47] Others have argued, however, that the narrative... ...eung, Marina (1990). Howard, Angela; Kevenik, Frances M., eds. Handbook of American Women's History. New York: Garland.   ... ... (1993). "Melo Talk: On the Meaning and Use of the Term 'Melodrama' in the American Trade Press". The Velvet Light Trap 32 (3): 66–89. ... ... Short Silent S... ... The beginnings of the genre can be traced back to D. W. Griffith's silent films. Film historians and critics defined the genre and canon in re...

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The Little Warrior

By: P. G. Wodehouse

...n. “Sir?” “What's this?” “Poached egg, sir.” Freddie averted his eyes with a silent shudder. “It looks just like an old aunt of mine,” he said. “Remov... ...e or twice. “That first five minutes!” he said, and paused again. A moment's silent self−communion, and he went on with a rush. “I say, listen. Shall ... ...d Derek stiffly. “But I do know that her parents are dead. Her father was an American.” “American!” “Americans frequently have daughters, I believe.” ... ... lived next to the Rookes in Worcestershire.” “I thought you said she was an American.” “I said her father was. He settled in England. Jill hasn't bee... ...opened it. A girl was standing outside. She wore a long gray fur coat, and a filmy gray hood covered her hair. As Parker opened the door, she scampere... ...ty at the rise of the curtain, but in the past few minutes a man had slipped silently into it. The darkness prevented Jill from seeing his face, but i... ...st,” said Jill, shaking her head. “One of these days you'll meet some lovely American girl and then you'll put a worm down her back or pull her hair o... ...to her. “Yes,” he said. “I'm listening, old top,” said Freddie. “Release the film.” Derek drew at his cigar, and watched the smoke as it curled to the... ...Freddie that he thought it was all right if he hadn't forgotten to shift the film (in which case she might expect to appear in combination with a cow ...

..., had placed on a plate before him. ?Parker!? His voice had a ring of pain. ?Sir?? ?What?s this?? ?Poached egg, sir.? Freddie averted his eyes with a silent shudder. ?It looks just like an old aunt of mine,? he said. ?Remove it!? He got up, and, wrapping his dressing?gown about his long legs, took up a stand in front of the fireplace. From this position he surveyed the roo...

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Barfly (film)

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...Barfly is a 1987 American film which is a semi-autobiography of poet/author Charles Bukowski during t... ... in Los Angeles. The screenplay by Bukowski was commissioned by the French film director Barbet Schroeder – it was published, with illustrations by th... ...hroeder – it was published, with illustrations by the author, in 1984 when film production was still pending.Bukowski, Charles. Barfly: The Continuing... ...er, and was "presented by" Francis Ford Coppola. The movie also features a silent cameo appearance by Bukowski himself. The Kino Flo light, now a ubi... ...Commentator.aspx?aid=43&source=ca_title Glamour, Interrupted: Ten Gorgeous Actresses Who Shed Their Beauty for the Sake of “Art” March 12, 2006 This g...

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The Silver Horde

By: Rex Beach

...ses one night to leave word of the world, and then is swallowed up in the silent hills. Kalvik, to be sure, is not much of a place, being hidden awa... ...ther they rescued the outfit. The person in the sledge had watched them silently, but now spoke in a strange patois, and the breed gave voice to h... ...of other people; and becoming absorbed in his own thoughts, he grew more silent as the signs of refinement and civilization about him revived memor... ...ess name beneath filled each page. Along the top ran the heading, "Famous American Beauties." So it was a woman! She skipped backward and forward am... ...as merely an illustrated section devoted to the photographs of prominent actresses and society women, most of whom she had never heard of, though h... ...rk stone frowned at him, the leaded windows stared at him through a blind film of unrecognition, the carven gargoyles grinned mockingly at him. I... ...e country, and by virtue of wealth as well as breeding she is one of the American aristocracy. Oh! people may say what they please, but we have an ... ...d the packing industries of the Pacific Coast under the name of the North American Packers' Association." Boyd felt himself growing numb. "What... ... up between the southward hills, out from the gossamer haze that lay like filmy forest smoke above the ocean came a snow-white yacht. She stole inwa...

...once in thirty days the mail-team whirls out of the forest to the south, pauses one night to leave word of the world, and then is swallowed up in the silent hills. Kalvik, to be sure, is not much of a place, being hidden away from the main-travelled routes to the interior and wholly unknown except to those interested in the fisheries....

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Nudity in film

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...ng than contemporary norms consider modest. The presentation of nudity, in films or otherwise, has long been controversial, and most nude scenes in fi... ...ically justifiable nudity". In some cases nudity is itself the object of a film or is used in the development of the character of the subject. In some... ...has been criticized as "superfluous" or "gratuitous" to the plot, and some film producers have been accused of including nudity in a film to appeal to... ...gs which left little to the imagination, for roles such as Lady Godiva . American actress Adah Isaacs Menken created controversy in 1861 when she ... ...an and George Bernard Shaw posed nude for a session. Early films: the silent era The first films containing nudity were the early erotic film... ...ains groups of nude figures and scenes of flagellation. Inspiration , a silent film released in 1915, is believed to be the first American motion... ...Inspiration , a silent film released in 1915, is believed to be the first American motion picture with a leading actor in a nude scene. The context ... ...en lost, have been rediscovered in Australia. Several early films of the silent era and early sound era include women in nude scenes, presented i... ...lorers and a dozen topless female bearers, incongruously played by African-American women. The Sea Fiend (1935), re-issued as Devil Monster (194...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

...s, Priceless Tear-Jug] • CHAPTER XXI. [Insolent Shopkeepers and Gabbling Americans] • CHAPTER XXII. [The Black Forest and Its Treasures] • CHAPT... ...--for instruction is cheap in Heidelberg, and so is living, too. The Anglo-American Club, composed of British and American students, had twenty-five m... ...vited to other colleges, or those colleges will send their experts to him. Americans and Englishmen often join one or another of the five corps. A yea... ...ounted, and very dainty and pretty. I was not able to speak for emotion. I silently hung one of them on my watch-chain, and returned the other. My com... ... a fish's skin, and it was rippled over with the gracefulest little fringy films of lace; she had deep, tender eyes, with long, curved lashes; and she... ...t came again with another bang. I shrunk together and listened a moment in silent fury-- no harm done, everything quiet. With the most painstaking car... ...ilures to one success. I had one comfort, though--Harris was yet still and silent--he had not stirred. The umbrella could not locate me--there were f... ...kind of nothingness, thickened up a little with a few wandering shreds and films of cloud moving in a lazy procession far below. Presently, one man's ... ...d spring several lofty storm-scarred towers, one after another, with faint films of vapor curling always about them like spectral banners. If there we...

...rmans] · CHAPTER XIX. [The Deadly Jest of Dilsberg] · CHAPTER XX. [My Precious, Priceless Tear-Jug] · CHAPTER XXI. [Insolent Shopkeepers and Gabbling Americans] · CHAPTER XXII. [The Black Forest and Its Treasures] · CHAPTER XXIII. [Nicodemus Dodge and the Skeleton] · CHAPTER XXIV. [I Protect the Empress of Germany] · CHAPTER XXV. [Hunted by the Little Chamois] · CHAPTER XX...

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Daredevil (film)

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...Daredevil is a 2003 American superhero film written and directed by Mark Steven Johnson. Based on the Marvel Comic... ...Steven Johnson. Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, the film stars Ben Affleck as Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer who fights for justi... ...larke Duncan plays Wilson Fisk, also known as the crime lord Kingpin. The film began development in 1997 at 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures, b... ...e", which allowed him to perceive his surroundings. After this, he makes a silent promise with his father to "stick up for the long shots". His father... ...d her become highly trained in martial arts. For the role of Elektra, many actresses were looked into with considerations including Penélope Cruz, Sal...

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The Silver Horde

By: Rex Beach

...pauses one night to leave word of the world, and then is swallowed up in the silent hills. Kalvik, to be sure, is not much of a place, being hidden aw... ... Together they rescued the outfit. The person in the sledge had watched them silently, but now spoke in a strange patois, and the breed gave voice to ... ...ose of other people; and becoming absorbed in his own thoughts, he grew more silent as the signs of refinement and civilization about him revived memo... ...ngless name beneath filled each page. Along the top ran the heading, "Famous American Beauties." So it was a woman! She skipped backward and forward a... ...It was merely an illustrated section devoted to the photographs of prominent actresses and society women, most of whom she had never heard of, though ... ... dark stone frowned at him, the leaded windows stared at him through a blind film of unrecognition, the carven gargoyles grinned mockingly at him. It ... ...n the country, and by virtue of wealth as well as breeding she is one of the American aristocracy. Oh! people may say what they please, but we have an... ...ined the packing industries of the Pacific Coast under the name of the North American Packers' Association." Boyd felt himself growing numb. "What do ... ...ted up between the southward hills, out from the gossamer haze that lay like filmy forest smoke above the ocean came a snow−white yacht. She stole inw...

...once in thirty days the mail?team whirls out of the forest to the south, pauses one night to leave word of the world, and then is swallowed up in the silent hills. Kalvik, to be sure, is not much of a place, being hidden away from the main?travelled routes to the interior and wholly unknown except to those interested in the fisheries....

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Mulholland Drive (film)

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...uction company Les Films Alain Sarde Asymmetrical Productions Babbo ... ...112,339[2] Mulholland Drive is a 2001 American neo-noir mystery film written and directed by David Lynch and star... ... Mulholland Drive is a 2001 American neo-noir mystery film written and directed by David Lynch and starring Naomi Watts, Laura Ha... ... Originally conceived as a television pilot, a large portion of the film was shot in 1999 with Lynch's plan to keep it open-ended for a potenti... ... Can you hear the title of the film that Adam Kesher is auditioning actresses for? Is it mentioned again? ... ...ith sound. He stated in an interview, "you look at the image and the scene silent, it's doing the job it's supposed to do, but the work isn't done. Wh... ...ng scene of the film, the dark-haired woman stumbles off Mulholland Drive, silently it suggests she is clumsy. After Lynch added "a hint of the steam ... ...vet and Twin Peaks.[73] Badalamenti, who was nominated for awards from the American Film Institute (AFI) and the British Academy of Film and Televisio... ...k (Winter 2005). "Remembering Pop: David Lynch and the Sound of the '60s". American Music 4 (23): 493–513.   ^ a b...

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Table-Talk

By: Hazlitt, William, 1811-1893

...ou are at peace with your own heart. No angry passions rise to disturb the silent progress of the work, to shake the hand, or dim the brow: no irritab... ...t of the manner in which it affects him, or to drag his reasons from their silent lurking-places. This last will be a wise man, though neither a logi... ...ses of the association of ideas. But it does not follow that the dumb and silent pleading of the former (though sometimes, nay often, mistaken) is le... ...tage more amusing. How well he paints the gold and scarlet plumage of the American birds, only to lament more pathetically the want of the wild wood-... ...o his head to look into his own mind. A whim or two, an odd fancy, like a film before the eye, now and then crossed it: it struck him as something cu... ...uality; others are mad after opera-singers. For my part, I am shy even of actresses, and should not think of leaving my card with Madame Vestris. I ... ...successive generations of barren pretenders. If they criticise actors and actresses, a huddled phantasmagoria of feathers, spangles, floods of light,... ...barberries, which have hung out in the snow during the severity of a North American winter, I have in my mouth still, after an interval of thirty year... ...ntimation of what was going on: the debates in the House of Commons on the American War, or the firing at Bunker's Hill, disturbed not me: yet I thoug...

...From the moment that you take up the pencil, and look Nature in the face, you are at peace with your own heart. No angry passions rise to disturb the silent progress of the work, to shake the hand, or dim the brow: no irritable humours are set afloat: you have no absurd opinions to combat, no point to strain, no adversary to crush, no fool to annoy -- you are actuated by f...

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Othello (1952 film)

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... 1992 re-release film poster Dire... ... Distributed by Marceau Films/United Artists Release... ... English Othello is a 1952 drama film based on the Shakespearean play, made by Mercury Productions Inc. and ... ... 10 May 1952, and then went on general release in Europe. Unlike the later American cut, the soundtrack was generally without flaws, apart from some d... ...his version ran to 92 minutes. 2) The cut for the American market, released on 12 September 1955 in New York. This had a numb... ...version supervised by Welles' daughter Beatrice in 1992, based on the 1955 American cut, with a new stereo musical score and various other changes to ... ...55) The Silent World – Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle (1956) ... ... Blue Is the Warmest Colour – Abdellatif Kechiche (with actresses Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux) (2013) ...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

.......................60 CHAPTER XXI. [Insolent Shopkeepers and Gabbling Americans].....................................................63 CHAPTER... ...ious, Priceless Tear−Jug] • CHAPTER XXI. [Insolent Shopkeepers and Gabbling Americans] • CHAPTER XXII. [The Black Forest and Its Treasures] • CHAPT... ...be−−for instruction is cheap in Heidelberg, and so is living, too. The Anglo−American Club, composed of British and American students, had twenty−five... ...−mounted, and very dainty and pretty. I was not able to speak for emotion. I silently hung one of them on my watch−chain, and returned the other. My c... ...ke a fish's skin, and it was rippled over with the gracefulest little fringy films of lace; she had deep, tender eyes, with long, curved lashes; and s... ... it came again with another bang. I shrunk together and listened a moment in silent fury−− no harm done, everything quiet. With the most painstaking c... ...failures to one success. I had one comfort, though−−Harris was yet still and silent−−he had not stirred. The umbrella could not locate me−−there were ... ...t kind of nothingness, thickened up a little with a few wandering shreds and films of cloud moving in a lazy procession far below. Presently, one man'... ...ead spring several lofty storm−scarred towers, one after another, with faint films of vapor curling always about them like spectral banners. If there ...

...hapter XIX. [The Deadly Jest of Dilsberg], 55 -- Chapter XX. [My Precious, Priceless Tear?Jug], 60 -- Chapter XXI. [Insolent Shopkeepers and Gabbling Americans], 63 -- Chapter XXII. [The Black Forest and Its Treasures], 68 -- Chapter XXIII. [Nicodemus Dodge and the Skeleton], 72 -- Chapter XXIV. [I Protect the Empress of Germany], 77 -- Chapter XXV. [Hunted by the Little C...

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Elephant (2003 film)

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...uction company HBO Films Distribute... ...0,012,022[1] Elephant is a 2003 drama film edited, written and directed by Gus Van Sant. It takes place in the fi... ...ol shooting, based in part on the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. The film begins a short time before the shooting occurs, following the lives of... ...55) The Silent World – Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle (1956) ... ... Blue Is the Warmest Colour – Abdellatif Kechiche (with actresses Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux) (2013) ... ...January 2014 2000s drama films American drama films American LGBT-related films ... ...ms American LGBT-related films American teen drama films Films about bullying ...

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A Fragment of Life

By: Arthur Machen

... awoke from a dream of an ancient wood, and of a clear well rising into grey film and vapour beneath a misty, glimmering beat; and as his eyes opened ... ...had been married for a year, and they had got on excellently, rarely sitting silent for more than an hour, but for the past few weeks Aunt Marian's pr... ...and there ought to be a centre−piece. You see how it mounts up.' Darnell was silent. He saw that his wife was summing up against his scheme, and thoug... ...ss of grey Shepherd's Bash, a great golden moon had floated up through magic films of cloud, above the hill, and the earth was filled with a wonderful... ... the pit) to one or the other; and he had occasionally bought photographs of actresses who pleased him. These he had solemnly burnt when he became eng... ... was buying a packet of 'Lone Star.' Here was another useless expense, these American−manufactured tobaccos; his 'Lone Star,' 'Long Judge,' 'Old Hank,... ...I dare say children often require to be corrected.' The children were struck silent as if some ghastly terror had seized them. Darnell fancied that he... ...e river. A great red moon rose that night through mists of sunset, and thin, filmy clouds, and I wandered by a road that passed through the orchards, ...

...Excerpt: Edward Darnell awoke from a dream of an ancient wood, and of a clear well rising into grey film and vapour beneath a misty, glimmering beat; and as his eyes opened he saw the sunlight bright in the room, sparkling on the varnish of the new furniture. He turned and found his wife?s place vacant, and with some confus...

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Star Wars (film)

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... Original North American theatrical release poster by Tom Jung[1] ... ...ar Wars (later re-titled Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)[4][5] is a 1977 American Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Peter Cushing, and Alec... ... Lucas began writing the script to Star Wars after completing American Graffiti. He based the plot outline on Flash Gordon serials (1936)... ...he plot outline on Flash Gordon serials (1936) and the 1958 Akira Kurosawa film The Hidden Fortress. Lucas approached Alan Ladd, Jr. of 20th Century F... ...add, Jr. of 20th Century Fox, which accepted to finance and distribute the film, after United Artists and Universal Pictures rejected his script. Shot... ...s rejected his script. Shot mostly in Tunisia, England, and Guatemala, the film was met with numerous problems during production, including bad weathe... ...e radio plays).[9][12] Rebel Alliance. Many young actresses in Hollywood auditioned for the role of Princess Leia, including ... ...nxious during the premiere in Japan. After the screening, the audience was silent, leading him to fear that the film would be unsuccessful. Ladd was l...

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Tabletalk

By: Hazlitt, William, 1811-1893

... you are at peace with your own heart. No angry passions rise to disturb the silent progress of the work, to shake the hand, or dim the brow: no irrit... ... his reasons from their Table−Talk ESSAY IV. ON GENIUS AND COMMON SENSE 17 silent lurking−places. This last will be a wise man, though neither a log... ... cases of the association of ideas. But it does not follow that the dumb and silent pleading of the former (though sometimes, nay often, mistaken) is ... ...e stage more amusing. How well he paints the gold and scarlet plumage of the American birds, only to lament more pathetically the want of the wild woo... ...into his head to look into his own mind. A whim or two, an odd fancy, like a film before the eye, now and then crossed it: it struck him as something ... ...f quality; others are mad after opera−singers. For my part, I am shy even of actresses, and should not think of leaving my card with Madame Vestris. I... ...gh successive generations of barren pretenders. If they criticise actors and actresses, a huddled phantasmagoria of feathers, spangles, floods of ligh... ...f barberries, which have hung out in the snow during the severity of a North American winter, I have in my mouth still, after an interval of thirty ye... ... intimation of what was going on: the debates in the House of Commons on the American War, or the firing at Bunker's Hill, disturbed not me: yet I tho...

...From the moment that you take up the pencil, and look Nature in the face, you are at peace with your own heart. No angry passions rise to disturb the silent progress of the work, to shake the hand, or dim the brow: no irritable humours are set afloat: you have no absurd opinions to combat, no point to strain, no adversary to crush, no fool to annoy ? you are actuated by fe...

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Union Pacific (film)

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... Theatrical film poster Dire... ... English Union Pacific is a 1939 American dramatic western film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, and starring B... ... Union Pacific is a 1939 American dramatic western film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Joel M... ... on the novel Trouble Shooter by Western fiction author Ernest Haycox, the film is about the building of the railroad across the American West. ... ...r Ernest Haycox, the film is about the building of the railroad across the American West. Contents ... ...a "technological nation-linking endeavor" in his book The Crowded Prairie: American National Identity In the Hollywood Western.[2] The spirit of unifi... ... Silent ... ...55) The Silent World – Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle (1956) ... ... Blue Is the Warmest Colour – Abdellatif Kechiche (with actresses Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux) (2013) ...

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International Trafficking in Women to the United States : A Contemporary Manifestation of Slavery and Organized Crime

By: Amy O’Neill Richard

...Asian Criminal Enterprises 13 Russian Crime Groups and Syndicates 15 Latin American Traffickers 17 VII. Profits from the Industry 19 VIII. Trafficking... ... The US matches whatever type of visa and time length that is granted to American citizens who wish to travel under similar circumstance to that co... ... with INS, New Y ork, December 1998; Interview with the Consular Section, American Embassy in Thailand, February 1999. 16 Interview with the Consula... ...while the Mexican women are duped into thinking they would be singers or actresses in Japan. The Yakuza have also been known to traffic women from ... ...Turkey, Turkmenistan, UAE, Ukraine, United Kingdom, and Vietnam. Videos, Films, and Documentaries • Bruno, Ellen, “Sacrifice,” (Trafficking in Wome...

...gaslit hall and went slowly upstairs. The March twilight lay upon the landings, but the staircase was almost dark. The top landing was quite dark and silent. There was no one about. It would be quiet in her room. She could sit by the fire and be quiet and think things over until Eve and Harriett came back with the parcels. She would have time to think about the journey and...

...hout Inspection 9 V. Routes To and Within the US 11 VI. The Traffickers 13 Asian Criminal Enterprises 13 Russian Crime Groups and Syndicates 15 Latin American Traffickers 17 VII. Profits from the Industry 19 VIII. Trafficking In Children 21 For the Sex Industry 21 For the Labor Industry 22 IX. Criminal Exploitation of Women Brought to the US—A Broad Spectrum 25 X. Related ...

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History of homosexuality in American film

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...nsition into the modern-day gay rights movement, homosexuality has appeared more frequently in American film and cinema. Compared to the 1900s, it is ... ...nto the modern-day gay rights movement, homosexuality has appeared more frequently in American film and cinema. Compared to the 1900s, it is clear tha... ...has allowed more queer characters and issues to be seen with more respect and understanding in film and cinema. ... ... Contents 1 Early films and productions ... ...ps."[3] Because of his high-pitched voice and attitude, the pansy easily transitioned from the silent film era into the talking pictures where those c... ...e provocative subjects, debates arose regarding the negative effects these films could have on American society. It was during thi... ...cter's somewhat hysterical repudiation of his formerly held beliefs mirrored the fears of some Americans about the infiltration of alien ideas. That t... ...t Cry (1999), Monster (2003), Milk (2008), and Black Swan (2010) all feature famous actors and actresses portraying homosexual characters searching fo...

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Literary and Social Essays

By: George William Curtis

...Y GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS CONTENTS EMERSON _Homes of American Authors, 1854._ HAWTHORNE _Homes of American Authors, 1854._ ... ...es of American Authors, 1854._ THE WORKS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE _North American Review_, Vol. XCIX., 1864. RACHEL _Putnam's Magazine_, Vol. VI... ... England, weaving prosperity upon the land, remind those farmers in their silent fields that the great world yet wags and wrestles. And the farmer-b... ...am, dashing along as if it claimed and required the career to which every American river is entitled, a career it would have. Wheels, factories, sho... ...s. But that passionate Oriental regret was not more impressive than this silent homage of a waning race, who, as they beheld the unchanged river, k... ... world. "The foe long since in silence slept; Alike the conqueror silent sleeps; And Time the ruined bridge has swept Down the dark s... ...ories. It is, therefore, impossible to decide what relative rank among actresses Rachel occupies. Mrs. Jameson, in her _Common-Place Book of Thou... ...of one moment of sadness; if I can, now and then, penetrate the gathering film of misanthropy, prompt a benevolent view of human nature, and make my...

...This document contains chapters such as Emerson Homes Of American Authors, 1854, Hawthorne Homes Of American Authors, 1854, and Thackeray In America Putnam?s Magazine, 1853....

...CONTENTS EMERSON _Homes of American Authors, 1854._ HAWTHORNE _Homes of American Authors, 1854._ THE WORKS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE _North American Review_, Vol. XCIX., 1864. RACHEL _Putnam's Magazine_, Vol. VI., 1855. THACKERAY IN AMERICA _Putnam's Maga...

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Nothing but the Truth (2008 American film)

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...ction company Yari Film Group Distr... ... Distributed by Yari Film Group Release dates ... ...02[1] Nothing but the Truth is a 2008 American drama film written and directed by Rod Lurie. According to comment... ... Nothing but the Truth is a 2008 American drama film written and directed by Rod Lurie. According to comments made by Lurie... ...Doren's report on Venezuela's innocence to be unpatriotic, but she remains silent. Eventually, the Vice President's former Chief of Staff comes forwar... ... reasons, including this one: when not cooing inanities at pipsqueaks, the actresses are pretty good, both together and individually. There's pleasure... ...nguage films 2000s drama films American political drama films Films based on actual ... ...nessee Films about journalists American political thriller films ... ...Doren's report on Venezuela's innocence to be unpatriotic, but she remains silent. Eventually, the Vice President's former Chief of Staff comes forwar...

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A Fragment of Life

By: Arthur Machen

...woke from a dream of an ancient wood, and of a clear well rising into grey film and vapour beneath a misty, glimmering beat; and as his eyes opened he... ...d been married for a year, and they had got on excellently, rarely sitting silent for more than an hour, but for the past few weeks Aunt Marian's pres... ...d there ought to be a centre-piece. You see how it mounts up.' Darnell was silent. He saw that his wife was summing up against his scheme, and though ... ... grey Shepherd's Bash, a 5 great golden moon had floated up through magic films of cloud, above the hill, and the earth was filled with a wonderful l... ...he pit) to one or the other; and he had occasionally bought photographs of actresses who pleased him. These he had solemnly burnt when he became engag... ...as buying a packet of 'Lone Star.' Here was another useless expense, these American-manufactured tobaccos; his 'Lone Star,' 'Long Judge,' 'Old Hank,' ... ...dare say children often require to be corrected.' The children were struck silent as if some ghastly terror had seized them. Darnell fancied that he ... ...river. A great red moon rose that night through mists of sunset, and thin, filmy clouds, and I wandered by a road that passed through the orchards, ti...

...Edward Darnell awoke from a dream of an ancient wood, and of a clear well rising into grey film and vapour beneath a misty, glimmering beat; and as his eyes opened he saw the sunlight bright in the room, sparkling on the varnish of the new furniture. He turned and found his wife's place vacant, and with some confus...

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Black Christmas (1974 film)

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...Black Christmas is a 1974 independent Canadian horror film directed by Bob Clark and written by A. Roy Moore. It stars Olivia Hus... ...e. Black Christmas is generally considered to be one of the first slasher films. A remake of the same name, produced by Clark, was released on 25 D... ...l events. Moore died in the late 1980s and was never interviewed about the film. The script was originally titled "Stop Me" and was partially typed an... ...his voice sound more demented. During preparation in 1975 for the film's American release, Warner Bros. studio executives asked Clark to change the ... ...ive holiday. According to Clark as well, Warner Bros. changed the title to Silent Night, Evil Night, for the U. S. theatrical release. During later te... ... 1975 in New York City and Chicago, and previously played under the title Silent Night, Evil Night in Virginia in July 1975. and grossed over $4, 053... ...inuzzi of Film Threat called the film "innovative" and praised the leading actresses, Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder. Awards and nominations ; Ac...

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London 1757-1775

By: Benjamin Franklin

... August, 1758 _A New Englandman to the Printer of the London Chronicle: A Defense of the Americans_ _To the Printer of the_ CHRONICLE. ... ...s of _England_, by peculiarities in their dialect, you cannot by that means distinguish a _North American_. All the new books and pamphlets worth read... ...ful Matter of Conversation when we are disposed to converse. Englishmen, Sir, are too apt to be silent when they have nothing to say; too apt to be s... ...not let us suffer ourselves to be amused with such groundless Objections. The very Tails of the American Sheep are so laden with Wool, that each has ... ... Long sharp points communicating with the earth, and presented to such parts of clouds, drawing silently from them the fluid they are charged with, t... ...there will remain a round Patch of Red exactly the Form of the Hole. This is the Mode, from the Actresses on the Stage upwards thro' all Ranks of Lad... ...of Oil be let fall in the Middle, the 275 whole Surface is presently covered with a thin greasy Film proceeding from the Drop; but as soon as that Fi... ... Sides of the Dish putting a Stop to its Dissipation by prohibiting the farther Expansion of the Film. Our Friend Sir J. Pringle being soon af... ...ng by their Distance. Now I imagine that the Wind blowing over Water thus covered with a Film of Oil, cannot easily catch upon it so as to rai...

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1994 in film

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... grosser worldwide was The Lion King, making it the highest grossing animated film of all time, but was surpassed by Finding Nemo in 2003, Shrek 2... ...hen it was re-released in 2011, making it the second highest grossing animated film of all time. To date, it is the highest-grossing traditional anima... ... consecutive Academy Award for Best Actor for Tom Hanks . Highest-grossing films { + Highest-grossing films of 1994 ! Rank Title Studio Dire... ... Sh'Chur - ( Israel )The Silences of the Palace (Samt el qusur) - ( Tunisia )Silent Fall, starring Richard Dreyfuss, Liv Tyler, Linda Hamilton, ... ...fair The Puppet Masters Radioland Murders October 28 The Road to Wellville Silent Fall Stargate November 1994 November 4 Double Dragon Mary Sh... ...May 12 - Ernie Nyguen, actor July 6 - Camilla and Rebecca Rosso, English twin actresses July 16 - Mark Indelicato, actor August 9 - Forrest Landis,... ... 28 Hal Smith 77 USA Actor, Voice Actor Beauty and the Beast • An American Tail • Oklahoma Crude • The Three Stooges Meet Hercules ... ... Renaissance Man Jonathan Rhys Meyers - A Man of No Importance Liv Tyler - Silent Fall Haley Joel Osment - Forrest Gump Claire Danes - Littl...

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