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Corriganville Movie Ranch: The Movie Sets By Jerry L Schneider, Larry Parson
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The Corriganville Movie Ranch, owned and operated by B-Western actor, Ray "Crash" Corrigan, was rented out to Motion Picture production companies who, at times, would erect sets for their... More > productions. Corrigan allowed those sets to remain after the film company departed. Those sets formed the nucleus of his amusement park. This booklet shows those main sets in beautiful photographs taken by Larry Parson who worked at the Movie Ranch for several years during the 1950's.< Less
CORRIGANVILLE MOVIE RANCH A Casual Look at the Ranch and Movie Sets By Jerry L. Schneider, Larry Parson
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The Corriganville Movie Ranch was an enchanting place to visit. Here is an overview of the ranch and movie sets through many vintage photographs by Larry Parson.
Corriganville Movie Ranch: A Casual Look at the Ranch and Movie Sets By Larry Parson
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Corriganville Movie Ranch was created and owned by B-Western actor, Ray "Crash" Corrigan. From 1937 to 1964 it was the home of hundreds of motion pictures and television shows, and from... More > 1949 on, the ranch was open to visitors. This booklet is a casual overview of the ranch and the movie sets. Photographs by Larry Parson. This is a Flip Book.< Less
Movie Ranches By Don Kirk
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Standard size, 13-month full-color calendar. Where were your favorite westerns shot? It turns out, many were “lensed” on Movie Ranches, those western sets built on private ranches way out... More > West. Once a town was built and used, then other movies followed—if the rancher didn’t tear it down. You won’t see any of Clint Eastwood’s western towns in this calendar: he always made kindling of his sets after wrapping the production. But some still stand, and some are still in use, though many productions have gone to Canada to shoot their films. You’ll find six movie locations in this great collector’s calendar, the fifth in a new series of Old West calendars by Don Kirk.< Less
Pep Squad Mysteries Book 12: Monsters on the Movie Set By DW Roberts
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It's lights... camera... and plenty of action! Movie monsters seem to be coming to life on a horror movie set that is currently filming in Sea City, the home of the Pep Squad Mystery Club. Can the... More > members of the Sea City High School cheerleading squad save the film by catching the evil MONSTERS ON THE MOVIE SET? Pep Squad Mysteries is a series of mystery chapter book adventures aimed at preteen readers and up.< Less
How to Become a Movie Extra By Movie Screenings.net
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For those looking to make an appearance on the silver screen, HOW TO BE A MOVIE EXTRA is a quick and concise reference guide for being a movie extra. The book highlights the key points during process... More > of applying, auditioning, on the set terms, etiquette and several official resources to help you become a movie extra today.< Less
The Master Painter (Movie Script) By Brando Quin
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Intellectual Rights to the entire Movie Scripts... The Movie Script version of the Master Painter based on the Novel by Brando Quin. "The Master Painter" is written as an adventure, a tale... More > about a young boy Tapp Holladay who becomes an apprentice to a magical artist he calls "The Master". Set in the Arizona Territory in 1931 Holladay must outwit an outlaw and reach his assignment before it falls into the hands of his nemesis. The book has characters of adventure villainy and a treasure map leading to a magical painting containing "unlimited wealth". Quin said he read books like "Treasure Island" and "Moby Dick" and tried to pattern his writing styles from them. Book review by Joanne Collicott McGuigan "I found this book a good read. The author has a good command of the English language and I found his descriptions delightful. This book has all the ingredients of a good adventure book with the small town setting, the passive aggressive father, cowboys, Indians and the mystical master."< Less
The Master Painter (Movie Script) By Brando Quin
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Intellectual Rights to the entire Movie Scripts... The Movie Script version of the Master Painter based on the Novel by Brando Quin. "The Master Painter" is written as an adventure, a tale... More > about a young boy Tapp Holladay who becomes an apprentice to a magical artist he calls "The Master". Set in the Arizona Territory in 1931 Holladay must outwit an outlaw and reach his assignment before it falls into the hands of his nemesis. The book has characters of adventure villainy and a treasure map leading to a magical painting containing "unlimited wealth". Quin said he read books like "Treasure Island" and "Moby Dick" and tried to pattern his writing styles from them. Book review by Joanne Collicott McGuigan "I found this book a good read. The author has a good command of the English language and I found his descriptions delightful. This book has all the ingredients of a good adventure book with the small town setting, the passive aggressive father, cowboys, Indians and the mystical master."< Less
Sensational Movie Monologues By Robert Cettl
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The monologue. It’s one of the established traditions in theatrical drama. In theatrical drama, the monologue is a sublime expression: an affirmation of self. It is through the monologue... More > that the character speaking actualizes him / herself. As theatre segued into film and the development of sound film technology, film could now speak. And speak it did – to millions throughout the world. But what was to happen to the monologue? Its fate as a dramatic tool was uncertain. No longer self-talk, it began to politicize the use of film dialogue. Now, the monologue was an argument, a summation, an assault. The film monologue was transfigured from self-assertion to self-actualization. It was now a potent dramatic tool again, fresh, invigorating and powerful. The 50 monologues collected in this book represent the scope of its potential: from the dramatic, political, feminist to the comical, emotional and fantastical. Each monologue is introduced as to historical context, set-up and character.< Less
Images in Action - Why Movies Move By Douglas Alford
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This book is about the story behind the motions in movies. It is an epic adventure from silent, still, Black and White films to the colorful movies of today. That is our cue. Let’s get... More > started. Ready the Light sensitive silver, set the cameras and of course go with lots of ACTION!< Less