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Author: Bokkaku Dojinshi
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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George Burns and Gracie Allen are honored with streets crisscrossing at
CedarsSinai Medical Center. ... Chica Boom Chick — and Chica Boom Chic. A
comic opera of sorts broke out in the Los Angeles area in the summer of 1937,
when the Culver City Chamber of Commerce declared its anger that despite
being the home ...
Author: Anthony Slide
Publisher: BearManor Media
INCORRECT ENTERTAINMENT or Trash from the Past: A history of political incorrectness and bad taste in 20th Century American pop culture Cultural Historian Anthony Slide, who has been described by the Los Angeles Times as a “one-man publishing phenomenon,” strikes again with a book guaranteed to contain something offensive for everyone. Chapters include subjects as varied as Camp, Fascism in Hollywood, Hedda Hopper, and the Porkey's movies. The latest topical jokes on Helen Keller, Eleanor Roosevelt, the Challenger disaster, alcohol, drug, and spousal abuse, communism, ethnicity, gays and lesbians and religion. They are all here in this quirky, outrageous, informative, and above all, entertaining overview of political incorrectness an bad taste in twentieth century popular entertainment, including film, theater, music, radio, television, and Vaudeville. British-born Anthony Slide is a former associate archivist of the American Film Institute and resident film historian of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is the author of more than seventy books on the history of popular entertainment and the editor of a further 125 volumes in the "Filmmakers" series. Among his major works are EARLY AMERICAN CINEMA, THE FILMS OF D. W. GRIFFITH, GREAT RADIO PERSONALITIES IN HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHS, GREAT PRETENDERS: A HISTORY OF FEMALE AND MALE IMPERSONATION IN THE PERFORMING ARTS, THE SILENT FEMINISTS: AMERICA'S FIRST WOMEN DIRECTORS, THE AMERICAN FILM INDUSTRY: A HISTORICAL DICTIONARY, THE HOLLYWOOD NOVEL, NITRATE WON'T WAIT: A HISTORY OF FILM PRESERVATION IN THE UNITED STATES, LOIS WEBER: THE DIRECTOR WHO LOST HER WAY IN HISTORY, and SILENT PLAYERS: A BIOGRAPHICAL AND AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF 100 SILENT ACTORS AND ACTRESSES. In 1990, in recognition of his work on the history of popular entertainment, he was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Letters by Bowling Green University. At that time, he was hailed by Lillian Gish as "our preeminent historian of the silent film."
The authorized and in-continuity sequel to the cult hit film Big Trouble in Little China, co-written by its creator, John Carpenter.
Author: John Carpenter
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
The authorized and in-continuity sequel to the cult hit film Big Trouble in Little China, co-written by its creator, John Carpenter. Thrust from 1986 into modern times, Jack Burton faces his strangest adventure yet. His friends are all old and someone sold his truck! With the help of an all-powerful Gracie Law and Wang's excessively snarky daughter, Winona, the hunt is on to reclaim Jack's true love. It's time to bring the Pork-Chop Express back to home, but that won’t be the end of Jack’s travels, as he also heads first to China for a Poker tournament, and then back in time to 1906 San Francisco! Writer Fred Van Lente (Incredible Hercules; Archer & Armstrong) and illustrators Joe Eisma (Morning Glories), Victor Santos (Polar), and Dan McDaid (Doctor Who) confront old adversaries—and new—in this latest madcap adventure in the life of Jack Burton. Big Trouble in Little China: Legacy Edition Book Three collects issues #13-25 of the authorized sequel to the fan-favorite film, originally collected in Big Trouble in Little China Volumes 4-6. Legacy Editions collect every issue of the most popular BOOM! Studios series in chronological order and in a newly designed, value priced format for the very first time.
BOTTOM LEFT: Director John Carpenter advises Kim Cattrall during the airport
sequence BOTTOM RIGHT: A publicity photo featuring Cattrall, Kurt Russell and
Suzee Pai OPPOSITE: Cattrall as Gracie Law in her bridal ceremony gown and ...
Author: Tara Bennett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
We’ve shaken the pillars of Heaven and paid our dues to put together the only official, comprehensive behind-the-scenes look into the making of the 1986 cult classic film Big Trouble in Little China. To commemorate the film’s 30th anniversary, we’ve assembled a wealth of material, including hundreds of never-before-seen photos, exclusive new cast and crew interviews, filming secrets behind the film’s iconic action sequences, original set designs, and much more! Features a Foreword by Big Trouble in Little China director John Carpenter!
It's all in the reflexes.
Author: Matthew J. Elliot
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
It's all in the reflexes. Jack Burton from John Carpenter's cult-hit film, Big Trouble in Little China returns ... A direct sequel to the film, Jack is back and he's brought some old friends—and a few enemies. Kidnapped and dropped into communist Russia, Jack and his best friend Wang must survive .the KGB, the ancient Chinese Wing Kong, and a series of fantastical horrors if they ever want to get home. With the help of Gracie Law and Egg Shen, they will have to unlock a centuries-old mystery that could tear apart the very fabric of reality in order to survive.
"Thrust from 1986 into modern times, Jack Burton faces his strangest adventure yet.
Author: Fred Van Lente
"Thrust from 1986 into modern times, Jack Burton faces his strangest adventure yet. His friends are all old and someone sold his truck! With the help of an all-empowered Gracie Law and Wang Chi's snarky daughter Winona, the hunt is on to reclaim Jack's true love... the Pork-Chop Express" -- Page  of cover.
1985 Historical , Religious and Mythological Art for the New Right , Gracie
Mansion Gallery , New York , March 28 - April ... 1999 Comics by David Sandlin ,
Chris Ware , Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio , The Museum of
Modern Art ...
Author: Valerie Cassel
Publisher: Contemporary Arts Museum
Text by Valerie Cassel, Roger Sabin, Bernard Weldt, Marti Mayo.
The character of Gracie Law was first introduced as a roll-up-yoursleeves social
justice lawyer, but she does a visual left turn mid-film as Lo Pan's resplendent
back-up wife. Actress Kim Cattrall looks back at Gracie's variety of costumes with
Author: Tara Bennett
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
"The 30th anniversary festivities for John Carpenter's cult classic continue with 'The official art of Big Trouble in Little China,' a companion to 'The official making of Big Trouble in Little China.' A celebration of not just the art created for the film, this book also features official artwork inspired by Jack Burton's adventure"--Back cove
I went through a comic book stage from the time I was ten 'til I was thirteen. My
favorite ... have to grow up before, but I think every time I relaxed, boom,
catastrophe. I have two best friends still in Indiana, Gracie and Melissa. I showed
Author: Mia Castile
Publisher: Maleigha Fuentes
Gianna and Alex have just buried their mother. Now they have to move back to St. Petersburg, Florida to live with their recovering alcoholic father. All the new changes, however, may be more than Gia can bear. While Alex turns to football and flirting with girls, she holds her emotions inside. Together they make sense of their new lives as Gianna finds herself falling for Travis. Travis is not without his own issues. Between his insecurities and other people meddling in his life, he finds strength in Gianna. He vows to be there for her doing everything he can to make it happen. The Ocean is a story of loss, redemption, and finding happiness in the middle of it all.
Snobs – and Andrew Marr1 – might plump for SingAs We Go (1934) and the
deranging cheeriness of Gracie Fields. ... with what is generally considered the
industry's unsurpassable nadir – the sexploitation boom of the 1970s, when
Confessions of a Window Cleaner (1974) could somehow ... This chapter
reconsiders these crude embarrassments to British comic history from the 1970s
to the present day.
Author: I.Q. Hunter
British comedy cinema has been a mainstay of domestic production since the beginning of the last Century and arguably the most popular and important genre in British film history. This edited volume will offer the first comprehensive account of the rich and popular history of British comedy cinema from silent slapstick and satire to contemporary romantic comedy. Using a loosely chronological approach, essays cover successive decades of the 20th and 21st Century with a combination of case studies on key personalities, production cycles and studio output along with fresh approaches to issues of class and gender representation. It will present new research on familiar comedy cycles such as the Ealing Comedies and Carry On films as well as the largely undocumented silent period along with the rise of television spin offs from the 1970s and the development of animated comedy from 1915 to the present. Films covered include: St Trinians, A Fish Called Wanda, Brassed Off, Local Hero, The Full Monty, Four Lions and In the Loop. Contributors: Melanie Bell, Alan Burton, James Chapman, Richard Dacre, Ian Hunter, James Leggott, Sharon Lockyer, Andy Medhurst, Lawrence Napper, Tim O’Sullivan, Laraine Porter, Justin Smith, Sarah Street, Peter Waymark, Paul Wells
1 rating , forty - four million Americans saw the baby boom comically dramatized
through the personal misadventures of Lucy ... In an article highlighting ten
prominent female comics on television ( CBS ' s Lucy , Gracie Allen , Eve Arden
of Our ...
Author: Gary Richard Edgerton
Richly researched and engaging, The Columbia History of American Television tracks the growth of TV into a convergent technology, a global industry, a social catalyst, a viable art form, and a complex and dynamic reflection of the American mind and character. Renowned media historian Gary R. Edgerton follows the technological progress and increasing cultural relevance of television from its prehistory (before 1947) to the Network Era (1948-1975) and the Cable Era (1976-1994). He considers the remodeling of television's look and purpose during World War II; the gender, racial, and ethnic components of its early broadcasts and audiences; its transformation of postwar America; and its function in the political life of the country. In conclusion, Edgerton takes a discerning look at our current Digital Era and the new forms of instantaneous communication that continue to change America's social, political, and economic landscape.
Continuing the adventure of Big Trouble in Little China with Rifftrax’s Matthew J. Elliott YOU KNOW WHAT OL’ JACK BURTON SAYS AT A TIME LIKE THIS?
Author: John Carpenter
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Continuing the adventure of Big Trouble in Little China with Rifftrax’s Matthew J. Elliott YOU KNOW WHAT OL’ JACK BURTON SAYS AT A TIME LIKE THIS? Jack Burton from John Carpenter’s cult-hit film, Big Trouble in Little China returns with Big Trouble in Little England! Forced on an adventure for the lost Excalibur, Jack Burton, Wang Chi, and Gracie Law must traverse the mystical, topsy turvy underbelly of England. Hunted by the Wing Kong and the reanimated corpse of Lightning, they will discover that things are never as they seem. From writer Matthew J. Elliot (RiffTrax; Big Trouble in Mother Russia) comes Big Trouble in Little England, adding a new chapter to the travails of cult hero Jack Burton!