1971: Pretty Maids All in a Row. 1972: Black Gunn. 1974: Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry; Mr. and Mrs. Cop (TV). 1987: The Return of the Six-Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (TV). Harry Carey, Jr. Harry Carey Jr., the son of Harry.
Author: Tom and Jim Goldrup
Publisher: BearManor Media
Learn from the following actors and actresses what it was like for the feature players of Hollywood working in films during its Golden Era. Read of their often humorous and exciting stories as they lived out their lives & careers behind and in front of the camera. Featured in this volume: Peter Adams John Agar Chris Alcaide John Alvin John Anderson Richard Anderson Michael Ansara John Archer R.G. Armstrong Luke Askew George Barrows Gregg Barton Billy Barty Hal Baylor Ed Begley Billy Benedict James Best Lyle Bettger Whit Bissell Lane Bradford Robert Bray Rand Brooks James Brown Robert Brubaker William Bryant William Campbell Harry Carey Jr. Olive Carey Anthony Caruso Wally Cassell Virginia Christine Matt Clark John Cliff Phyllis Coates Tristram Coffin Faith Domergue Robert Donner John Doucette Robert Douglas Warren Douglas Andrew Duggan Sam Edwards Jack Elam Ross Elliott Robert Emhardt Richard Emory Leif Erickson Gene Evans Jason Evers Tommy Farrell Fritz Feld Evelyn Finley Terry Frost About the Authors Tom and Jim Goldrup, sons of Eugene and Fernita (McKillop) Goldrup, were born in Palo Alto, California, and raised in the historic town of Sonoma in that state. They, with older brothers Bill and Ray, had a strong love of the movies, which was aided by their father building their first television set in 1949. After growing to adulthood, Ray made a living as a screenplay writer, and Tom and Jim pursued a less successful career as actors. They also turned to writing, having a book, Growing Up on the Set, a book based on former child performers in Hollywood, published in 2001. They have also interviewed over one hundred and fifty actors—these interviews serve as the basis for this book. They reside in Ben Lomond, California, where they are active in the local theater. In between their writing and acting they enjoy travel, having recently visited Nepal and India where they trekked in the Himalaya Mountains.
... and development in Part 1 of Death Proof, and especially in the finales of Part 2 of Death Proof and Kill Bill Vol. ... and Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, and the final confrontation scenes of 1980s slasher franchises like Friday the 13th.
Author: David Roche
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Quentin Tarantino's films beg to be considered metafiction: metacommentaries that engage with the history of cultural representations and exalt the aesthetic, ethical, and political potential of creation as re-re-creation and resignification. Covering all eight of Quentin Tarantino's films according to certain themes, David Roche combines cultural studies and neoformalist approaches to highlight how closely the films' poetics and politics are intertwined. Each in-depth chapter focuses on a salient feature, some which have drawn much attention (history, race, gender, violence), others less so (narrative structure, style, music, theatricality). Roche sets Tarantino's films firmly in the legacy of Howard Hawks, Jean-Luc Godard, Sergio Leone, and the New Hollywood, revising the image of a cool pop-culture purveyor that the American director cultivated at the beginning of his career. Roche emphasizes the breadth and depth of his films' engagement with culture, highbrow and lowbrow, screen and print, American, East Asian, and European.
Larry Marder. o - * = = TEMPERANCE – RE0OURCE Some cards from the Beanworld tarot deck. I modified the suites: Swords to Triangles; ... January 2018 A study in Dreamishness. 606 "Larry Marder's Beanworld is a vegetarian update on Krazy Kat.
Author: Larry Marder
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
The iconic inhabitants of Larry Marder's unique Beanworld universe are introduced in this complete collection of Beanworld comic-book issues #1-#21! Join Mr. Spook, Professor Garbanzo, Beanish, and many others as they experience adventures in their world that prove, whether friends or adversaries, they are all ultimately dependent on each other for survival. Marder's deceptively simple artwork illustrates a self-contained ecological fantasy realm with its own unique rules, truths, and lingo. Beanworld has delighted readers from grade school to grad school for more than a generation, earning a spot on the New York Times Graphic Books Best Sellers List.
The character of “Crazy” Larry was popular enough to warrant bringing Andrew Clay back for another episode – “My Fair Larry” from later in the fifth season – and it provides an ideal showcase for the up-and-coming comic actor.
Author: Lee Gambin
Publisher: BearManor Media
Remember when Edith Bunker was sexually assaulted on All in the Family? Or when abortion was the hot topic on Maude? Did you know that Leave it to Beaver dealt with alcoholism and that “The Bicycle Man” double episode from Diff’rent Strokes is one of the most remembered sitcom entries in the annals of American television history? The role of the Very Special Episode was to take a departure from the regular comic stylings of the American TV sitcom and offer a standalone “serious in nature” gesture in addressing subject matter not normally found in such a medium. From racial equality on Bewitched and Happy Days to suicide on One Day At A Time and The Facts of Life and beyond, take an in depth look at a number of Very Special Episodes - from early examples to the heyday of the phenomena come the 70s and 80s, with insight from varied historians, critics and individuals who worked on some of the shows. VOLUME 1 Date The Ricardos Visit Cuba from I LOVE LUCY 03/12/1957 Pine Lake Lodge from MISTER ED 25/06/1961 That’s My Boy from THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 25/09/1963 Little Bamm-Bamm from THE FLINTSTONES 03/10/1963 The Addams Family Meet A Beatnik from THE ADDAMS FAMILY 01/01/1965 The Indians are Coming from THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 01/02/1967 DIDN’T NEED NO WELFARE STATE, EVERYBODY PULLED HIS WEIGHT Sisters At Heart from BEWITCHED 24/12/1970 Where There’s Smoke from THE BRADY BUNCH 08/01/1971 Judging Books By Covers from ALL IN THE FAMILY 09/02/1971 Road Song from THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY 26/02/1971 Lionel Moves into the Neighbourhood from ALL IN THE FAMILY 02/03/1971 Gloria Discovers Women’s Lib from ALL IN THE FAMILY 23/03/1971 First and Last Supper, The from ALL IN THE FAMILY 06/04/1971 Edith’s Problem from ALL IN THE FAMILY 08/01/1972 Maude Meets Florida from MAUDE 26/09/1972 Gloria and the Riddle from ALL IN THE FAMILY 07/10/1972 Puerto Ricans Are Coming, The from SANFORD AND SON 10/11/1972 Maude’s Dilemma from MAUDE 14/11/1972 Bobby’s Hero from THE BRADY BUNCH 02/02/1973 Rated X from SANFORD AND SON 16/03/1973 Gloria the Victim from ALL IN THE FAMILY 17/03/1973 Walter’s Problem from MAUDE 11/09/1973 Maude’s Musical from MAUDE 13/11/1973 Edith’s Christmas Story from ALL IN THE FAMILY 22/12/1973 NOT GETTIN’ HASSLED, NOT GETTIN’ HUSTLED Kelly’s Kids from THE BRADY BUNCH 04/01/1974 Gloria’s Boyfriend from ALL IN THE FAMILY 02/02/1974 Tax Audit, The from MAUDE 12/02/1974 George from M*A*S*H 16/02/1974 Lt. Preston of the 4th Cavalry from THE NEW DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 18/03/1974 Manuel Who Came to Dinner, The from CHICO AND THE MAN 27/10/1974 Rhoda’s Wedding from RHODA 28/10/1974 Archie the Hero from ALL IN THE FAMILY 29/09/1975 Discovery from BARNEY MILLER 30/10/1975 Maude Bares Her Soul from MAUDE 10/11/1975 Fonzie’s New Friend from HAPPY DAYS 25/11/1975 JJ’s Fiancé from GOOD TIMES 06/01/1976 Maude’s Mood from MAUDE 26/01/1976 JJ in Trouble from GOOD TIMES 03/02/1976 Interview, The from M*A*S*H 24/02/1976 Big Move, The from GOOD TIMES 22/09/1976 Quarantine from BARNEY MILLER 30/09/1976 Walter’s Crisis from MAUDE 11/10/1976 Michael the Warlord from GOOD TIMES 13/10/1976 Werewolf from BARNEY MILLER 28/10/1976 08/11/1976 AKA the Fonz from HAPPY DAYS 30/11/1976 Draft Dodger, The from ALL IN THE FAMILY 25/12/1976 Ed Talks To God from CHICO AND THE MAN 04/03/1977 Evans Get Involved, The from GOOD TIMES 21/09/1977 Once A Friend from THE JEFFERSONS 01/10/1977 Cousin Liz from ALL IN THE FAMILY 09/10/1977 Edith’s 50th Birthday from ALL IN THE FAMILY 16/10/1977 Archie’s Bitter Pill from ALL IN THE FAMILY 06/11/1977 Archie and the KKK from ALL IN THE FAMILY 27/11/1977 Barbara’s Friend from ONE DAY AT A TIME 29/11/1977 Gay Bar, The from MAUDE 03/12/1977 Cousin Maude’s Visit from ALL IN THE FAMILY 11/12/1977 Edith’s Crisis of Faith from ALL IN THE FAMILY 18/12/1977 YOU TAKE THE GOOD, YOU TAKE THE BAD Raul Runs Away from CHICO AND THE MAN 20/01/1978 Doobie or Not Doobie from WHAT’S HAPPENIN’? 28/01/1978 Richie Almost Dies from HAPPY DAYS 31/01/1978 What Goes Up from WELCOME BACK KOTTER 09/02/1978 Reporter, The from ALICE 12/02/1978 Fonzie’s Blindness from HAPPY DAYS 26/09/1978 Block Those Kicks from ALICE 22/10/1978 Men Are Such Beasts from TAXI 21/11/1978 Come Back Little Arnold from WELCOME BACK KOTTER 24/02/1979 Who Is Gordon Simms from WKRP CINCINATTI 02/04/1979 Jack Soo, A Retrospective from BARNEY MILLER 17/05/1979 Rough Housing from FACTS OF LIFE 24/08/1979 Mork in Wonderland from MORK AND MINDY 16/09/1979 Dog Story, The from DIFF’RENT STROKES 10/12/1979 Reluctant Fighter, The from TAXI 25/12/1979 A Mommy for Mindy from MORK AND MINDY 03/01/1980 Night They Raided Mind-Skis, The from MORK AND MINDY 10/01/1980 Mork Learns to See from MORK AND MINDY 17/01/1980 Why Did The Fireman… from LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY 04/02/1980 In Concert from WKRP IN CINCINATTI 11/02/1980 Dieting from FACTS OF LIFE 21/03/1980 First Store, The from THE JEFFERSONS 06/04/1980 Dope from THE FACTS OF LIFE 11/06/1980 Archie Alone from ARCHIE BUNKER’S PLACE 02/11/1980 Mork in Never-Never Land from MORK AND MINDY 20/11/1980 Fathers of the Brides from TAXI 03/12/1980 Elaine’s Strange Triangle from TAXI 10/12/1980 Who Am I? from FACTS OF LIFE 17/12/1980 Cousin Geri from FACTS OF LIFE 24/12/1980 Shoplifting from FACTS OF LIFE 31/12/1980 Breaking Point from FACTS OF LIFE 28/01/1981 Mork Meets Robin Williams from MORK AND MINDY 19/02/1981 Regrets and Reflections from MORK AND MINDY 14/03/1981 Louie Goes Too Far from TAXI 17/10/1981 Reunion from BOSOM BUDDIES 22/10/1981 Fear Strikes Back from FACTS OF LIFE 04/11/1981 First Day Blues from DIFFR’ENT STROKES 05/11/1981 EVERYBODY’S GOT A SPECIAL KIND OF STORY Legacy from FACTS OF LIFE 06/01/1982 Runaway from FACTS OF LIFE 24/02/1982 Crime Story from DIFF’RENT STROKES 11/03/1982 Me and Mr. T from SILVER SPOONS 16/10/1982 Peacemaker, The from DIFF’RENT STROKES 30/10/1982 Perils of Punky from PUNKY BREWSTER 30/10/1982 Give Your Uncle Arthur A Kiss from FAMILY TIES 10/11/1982 Chief’s Gay Evening, The from GIMME A BREAK 13/11/1982 Bicycle Man, The from DIFFR’ENT STROKES 05/02/1983 Goodbye, Farewell and Amen from M*A*S*H 28/02/1983 Reporter, The from DIFFER’ENT STROKES 19/03/1983 What Price Glory? From FACTS OF LIFE 19/10/1983 Speed Trap from FAMILY TIES 09/11/1983 Van Drummonds, The from DIFF’RENT STROKES 19/11/1983 A Keaton Christmas Carol from FAMILY TIES 14/12/1983 Santa Goes Down Town from NIGHT COURT 11/01/1984 Where There’s Smoke from DIFF’RENT STROKES 14/01/1984 Say Uncle from FAMILY TIES 26/01/1984 Hitch Hikers, The from DIFFE’RENT STROKES 28/01/1984 A Hunting We Will Go from SILVER SPOONS 19/02/1984 Spare the Rod from SILVER SPOONS 24/04/1984 Good News, Bad News from HAPPY DAYS 19/07/1984 Land Lady, The from KATE & ALLIE 15/10/1984 It Only Hurts When I’m Gay from BROTHERS 25/10/1984 Baby of the Family from GIMME A BREAK 08/12/1984 Jill’s Decision from CHARLES IN CHARGE 23/01/1985 The Uh-Oh Feeling from WEBSTER 25/01/1985 Cheers to Arnold from DIFF’RENT STROKES 16/02/1985 Scenario from BENSON 22/02/1985 Special Friend, A from DIFF’RENT STROKES 04/03/1985 Street Smart from DIFF’RENT STROKES 23/03/1985 Fenster Hall from PUNKY BREWSTER 31/03/1985 For Every Man There’s Two Women from TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT 20/07/1985 Sam’s Missing from DIFF’RENT STROKES 27/09/1985 Bully for Arnold from DIFFR’ENT STROKES 04/10/1985 Just Say No from PUNKY BREWSTER 27/10/1985
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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
... Crazy Larry (John Hough, 1974) and Convoy (Sam Peckinpah, 1978), whose main character Martin “Rubber Duck” Penwald inspires the duck hood ... and the character Earl McGraw the Texas Ranger appears in Planet Terror and Kill Bill vol.
Author: Angela Ndalianis
Horror films, books and video games engage their audiences through combinations of storytelling practices, emotional experiences, cognitive responses and physicality that ignite the sensorium—the sensory mechanics of the body and the intellectual and cognitive functions connected to them. Through analyses of various mediums, this volume explores how the horror genre affects the mind and body of the spectator. Works explored include the films 28 Days Later and Death Proof, the video games Resident Evil 4 and Doom 3, the theme park ride The Revenge of the Mummy, transmedia experiences associated with The Dark Knight and True Blood, and paranormal romance novels featuring Anita Blake and Sookie Stackhouse. By examining how these diverse media generate medium-specific corporeal and sensory responses, it reveals how the sensorium interweaves sensory and intellectual encounters to produce powerful systems of perception.
1 : Well Developed . Holland , Todd : Wizard , The , 225 363 ; Paramount Comedy Theatre , Vol . ... Crazy Larry , 41 ; Duel of Hearts , 518 ; Escape to Witch Holmes , Fred : Dakota ( 1988 ) , 505 ; Harley , 549 Mountain , 169 , Ghost in ...
Author: Mick Martin
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A QUICK AND EASY RENTER'S GUIDE TO HELP YOU FIND VIDEOS, ORGANIZED JUST LIKE YOUR VIDEO STORE! You'll be watching movies like the experts with this fact-packed video guide to more than16,000 films. Organized by category to make your decision easier, this bestselling encyclopedia is unique in its comprehensive coverage and user-friendliness. From Five Stars to Turkey, the ratings help you preview the perfect movie for you! * * * Indexed by director, star, title, and Oscar winners! * * * In the full-title index, all four- and five-star movies are indicated by an *, and all new entries are highlighted for easy identification. * * * Special sections on family, foreign, and documentary films! * * * More offbeat and obscure films than any other guide, with serials, B-Westerns, horror movies, repackaged TV series, and made-for-TV movies! * * * "The best all-around volume." --Newsday
Vol. 1: A–J, ed. E. Komara, p. 216 (Item E162). BC1295. Turner, Bez. Chills and Fever. UK: Charly CRB 1080, 1985. BC1296. Zijlstra, Don. ... Larry,” in Encyclopedia of the Blues. Vol. 1: A–J, ed. ... UK: Krazy Kat KK 782, 1984. BC1305.
Author: Robert Ford
A Blues Bibliography, Second Edition is a revised and enlarged version of the definitive blues bibliography first published in 1999. Material previously omitted from the first edition has now been included, and the bibliography has been expanded to include works published since then. In addition to biographical references, this work includes entries on the history and background of the blues, instruments, record labels, reference sources, regional variations and lyric transcriptions and musical analysis. The Blues Bibliography is an invaluable guide to the enthusiastic market among libraries specializing in music and African-American culture and among individual blues scholars.
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Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
This accessible, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology runs approximately 120 pages per volume and spotlights a cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the market, and the only one comprised entirely of comics. Hightlights of the seventh and eighth volumes include: the concluding chapters of Lewis Trondheim's "At Loose Ends," an autobiographical diary comic that portrays the acclaimed French cartoonist at a crossroads in his life and work; the Momedebuts of Eleanor Davis, Tom Kaczynski and T. Edward Bak; contributions from Momeregulars such as 2006 Eisner Award Most Promising Newcomer nominees Jonathan Bennett and R.Kikuo Johnson, as well as Tim Hensley, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Sophie Crumb, Kurt Wolfgang, Andrice Arp, Martin Cendreda, Zak Sally and Gabrielle Bell.
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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.