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oscar 2 By pasc beat
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Volume 2418, Oscar für Wissenschaft und Entwicklung --- Oscar Bester Film By Deutsch Print Wikipedia
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Volume 2418, Oscar für Wissenschaft und Entwicklung---Oscar Bester Film Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic... More > gesture towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandiberg wrote software transforms all of Wikipedia in thousands of print on print-on-demand volumes, drawing attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a poetic material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. This German version encompases 3406 volumes that were uploaded in May and June 2016. Eine gängige Größenordnung für Enzyklopädien sind die Bände ihrer Ausgaben. Michael Mandiberg hat die aktuelle Version der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia in enzyklopädische Artikel umgerechnet und eine ganze Bibliothek des Wissens geschaffen: 3.406 Bände.< Less
The Late Show: A Memoir of Film By Brian W. Fairbanks
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Steven Spielberg said "the only thing better than seeing movies is reading about them." Better still is to write about them as brilliantly as Brian W. Fairbanks does in The Late Show.... More > Subtitled "A Memoir of Film" because "a writer's subject is invariably himself," here are 55 masterful essays revisiting widely revered classics and praising some unheralded gems, plus profiles of film giants from John Wayne and Audrey Hepburn to Russell Crowe and Jennifer Jason Leigh by a writer with a "real talent for extracting the essence of a given subject and articulating it in a meaningful way." Kick off your shoes, and turn ON the lights. It's time for The Late Show.< Less
The Late Show: A Memoir of Film By Brian W. Fairbanks
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Steven Spielberg said "the only thing better than seeing movies is reading about them." Better still is to write about them as brilliantly as Brian W. Fairbanks does in The Late Show.... More > Subtitled "A Memoir of Film" because "a writer's subject is invariably himself," here are 55 masterful essays revisiting widely revered classics and praising some unheralded gems, plus profiles of film giants from John Wayne and Audrey Hepburn to Russell Crowe and Jennifer Jason Leigh by a writer with a "real talent for extracting the essence of a given subject and articulating it in a meaningful way." Kick off your shoes, and turn ON the lights. It's time for The Late Show.< Less
The Complete Films of Broderick Crawford By Ralph Schiller
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Today the name Broderick Crawford means nothing to twenty-first century young people. As far as they’re concerned, All The King’s Men is a miserable movie starring Sean Penn! They have... More > absolutely no idea that way back in the twentieth century Broderick Crawford was a highly-paid major box-office Hollywood film star who made over ninety motion pictures. He also won the prized Academy Award Oscar for “Best Actor In A Starring Role”. On top of that he starred in an enormously successful, blockbuster television series that ran for decades in world-wide syndication making him an unpaid babysitter for an entire generation of baby boomers. In the pages of this book, the reader will discover an extraordinary actor and film star with an incredible body of work. He enjoyed a durable career in show business spanning forty-five years that hit Hollywood’s lofty heights and bottom-scraping depths more than once.< Less
The Complete Films of Broderick Crawford By Ralph Schiller
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Today the name Broderick Crawford means nothing to twenty-first century young people. As far as they’re concerned, All The King’s Men is a miserable movie starring Sean Penn! They have... More > absolutely no idea that way back in the twentieth century Broderick Crawford was a highly-paid major box-office Hollywood film star who made over ninety motion pictures. He also won the prized Academy Award Oscar for “Best Actor In A Starring Role”. On top of that he starred in an enormously successful, blockbuster television series that ran for decades in world-wide syndication making him an unpaid babysitter for an entire generation of baby boomers. In the pages of this book, the reader will discover an extraordinary actor and film star with an incredible body of work. He enjoyed a durable career in show business spanning forty-five years that hit Hollywood’s lofty heights and bottom-scraping depths more than once.< Less
The Complete Films of Broderick Crawford By Ralph Schiller
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Today the name Broderick Crawford means nothing to twenty-first century young people. As far as they’re concerned, All The King’s Men is a miserable movie starring Sean Penn! They have... More > absolutely no idea that way back in the twentieth century Broderick Crawford was a highly-paid major box-office Hollywood film star who made over ninety motion pictures. He also won the prized Academy Award Oscar for “Best Actor In A Starring Role”. On top of that he starred in an enormously successful, blockbuster television series that ran for decades in world-wide syndication making him an unpaid babysitter for an entire generation of baby boomers. In the pages of this book, the reader will discover an extraordinary actor and film star with an incredible body of work. He enjoyed a durable career in show business spanning forty-five years that hit Hollywood’s lofty heights and bottom-scraping depths more than once.< Less
The Complete Films of Broderick Crawford By Ralph Schiller
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Today the name Broderick Crawford means nothing to twenty-first century young people. As far as they’re concerned, All The King’s Men is a miserable movie starring Sean Penn! They have... More > absolutely no idea that way back in the twentieth century Broderick Crawford was a highly-paid major box-office Hollywood film star who made over ninety motion pictures. He also won the prized Academy Award Oscar for “Best Actor In A Starring Role”. On top of that he starred in an enormously successful, blockbuster television series that ran for decades in world-wide syndication making him an unpaid babysitter for an entire generation of baby boomers. In the pages of this book, the reader will discover an extraordinary actor and film star with an incredible body of work. He enjoyed a durable career in show business spanning forty-five years that hit Hollywood’s lofty heights and bottom-scraping depths more than once.< Less
The Ten Best Films Ever Produced By Ross R. Olney
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This book was written by an expert on motion picture films. He even lives in California, where many movies are made, and he sees famous actors frequently, interviews many of them, and becomes friends... More > with a few if them. As he points out in this book, nost actros and actresses enjoy talking to fans, who soemtimes become fruebds, and most actors, from local theaters to moviton pictues, will just chat about anything at any time. They are generally a nice group of very special people.< Less
3000 Facts about Animated Films By James Egan
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Tarzan and Elsa are brother and sister. Despite Toy Story’s legacy, it didn’t win a single Oscar. Somebody counted every single spot in 101 Dalmatians. There’s a lot. The... More > Genie’s lamp from Aladdin appears in Moana. Animators stopped working on The Lion King because they were certain it would fail. It made $900 million. The original Cinderella story is 2700 years old Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs misspells the word “dwarves” in its title. The trailer for Lady and the Tramp spoilt the ending. Most of Disney’s classics like Pinocchio and Bambi were extremely unsuccessful because they came out during World War II.< Less

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