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 Alice Faye: A Life Beyond the Silver Screen


Alice Faye: A Life Beyond the Silver Screen


$30


Alice Faye’s sweet demeanor, sultry glances, and velvety voice were her signatures. Her haunting rendition of “You’ll Never Know” has never been surpassed by any other singer. Fans adored her in such films as Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Rose of Washington Square, Tin Pan Alley, Week End in Havana, and Hello, Frisco, Hello. In the 1930s and 1940s she reigned as queen of 20th Century Fox musicals. She co-starred with such legends as Shirley Temple, Tyrone Power, Carmen Miranda, and Don Ameche and was voted the number-one box-office attraction of 1940, placing ahead of Bette Davis and Myrna Loy. To a select cult, she remains a beloved star. In 1945 at the pinnacle of her career she chose to walk out on her Fox contract. This remarkable episode is unlike any other in the heyday of the big-studio system. Her daring departure from films left Fox mogul Darryl F. Zanuck and the rest of the movie industry flabbergasted. For years she had skirmished with him over her roles, her health, and her private life. His heavy-handed film editing of her fine work in Otto Preminger’s drama Fallen Angel, a role she had fought for, relegated Faye to the shadows so that Zanuck could showcase the younger Linda Darnell. After leaving Fox, Faye (1915-1998) devoted herself to her marriage to radio star Phil Harris, to motherhood, and to a second career on radio in the Phil Harris- Alice Faye Show, broadcast for eight years. She happily gave up films in favor of the independence and self-esteem that she discovered in private life. She willingly freed herself of the “star-treatment” that debilitated so many of her contemporaries. In the 1980s she emerged as a spokeswoman for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, touring America to encourage senior citizens to make their lives more meaningful and vital. Before Betty Grable, before Marilyn Monroe-Alice Faye was first in the lineup of 20th Century Fox blondes. This book captures her special essence, her work in film, radio, and popular music, and indeed her g

 Alice Faye: A Life Beyond the Silver Screen


Alice Faye: A Life Beyond the Silver Screen


$31.29


Alice Faye’s sweet demeanor, sultry glances, and velvety voice were her signatures. Her haunting rendition of “You’ll Never Know” has never been surpassed by any other singer. Fans adored her in such films as Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Rose of Washington Square, Tin Pan Alley, Week End in Havana, and Hello, Frisco, Hello. In the 1930s and 1940s she reigned as queen of 20th Century Fox musicals. She co-starred with such legends as Shirley Temple, Tyrone Power, Carmen Miranda, and Don Ameche and was voted the number-one box-office attraction of 1940, placing ahead of Bette Davis and Myrna Loy. To a select cult, she remains a beloved star. In 1945 at the pinnacle of her career she chose to walk out on her Fox contract. This remarkable episode is unlike any other in the heyday of the big-studio system. Her daring departure from films left Fox mogul Darryl F. Zanuck and the rest of the movie industry flabbergasted. For years she had skirmished with him over her roles, her health, and her private life. His heavy-handed film editing of her fine work in Otto Preminger’s drama Fallen Angel, a role she had fought for, relegated Faye to the shadows so that Zanuck could showcase the younger Linda Darnell. After leaving Fox, Faye (1915-1998) devoted herself to her marriage to radio star Phil Harris, to motherhood, and to a second career on radio in the Phil Harris- Alice Faye Show, broadcast for eight years. She happily gave up films in favor of the independence and self-esteem that she discovered in private life. She willingly freed herself of the “star-treatment” that debilitated so many of her contemporaries. In the 1980s she emerged as a spokeswoman for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, touring America to encourage senior citizens to make their lives more meaningful and vital. Before Betty Grable, before Marilyn Monroe-Alice Faye was first in the lineup of 20th Century Fox blondes. This book captures her special essence, her work in film, radio, and popular music, and indeed her g

 American Standard 2933.648CK2 Studio 60 Acrylic Air / Whirlpool Combo Bathtub w


American Standard 2933.648CK2 Studio 60 Acrylic Air / Whirlpool Combo Bathtub w


$3606.2


Product Features: Fully covered under a lifetime warranty; including free lifetime in-home service Manufactured and assembled in Canada Combination Air Bath / Whirlpool tub; legendary massage jetted action with soothing heated air bubble action Alcove installation: designed for niche / alcove installs; the three closed sides include a tile flange, open side includes a skirt leading down to the floor Constructed of ultra-durable fiberglass-reinforced acrylic Surfaced with the industrys best stain-blocking high-gloss finish Tub proportions and contour designed by industry leading ergonomics engineers Slip-resistant flooring – textured finishing technique applied Self-leveling base structural support cuts installation time and costs Tub waste (drain) is not included – this will be presented upon adding to cart, with multiple available finishes Luxury Bathing Experience:By combining Air Bath and Whirlpool technologies within a single tub, American Standard Combo tubs are at the pinnacle of the hydrotherapy market. During each bathe, youll have your choice between the two following systemsor run both at the same time: Air Bath: A unique form of hydrotherapy, Air Bath systems disperse millions of heated air bubbles through release points surrounding the perimeter of the tub. As the bubbles gently break against your skin, the full-body experience is like being lightly caressed all over. Air Baths are warm, calming, and spiritual. Whirlpool: Legendary for a reason, Whirlpool systems push air-induced water through strategically placed jets to target muscles that hold tension. They are so effective at relieving tension that theyre widely used in sports and rehabilitation medicine. In the home, they provide for a retreat and relief from stress that is unlike any other. Technologies / Benefits: Lifetime Warranty with In-Home Service: This tub is covered under the industrys only Limited Lifetime Warranty with free lifetime in-home service. This speaks volumes to the quality of A

 Ann Dvorak


Ann Dvorak


$42


Possessing a unique beauty and refined acting skills, Ann Dvorak (1911-1979) found success in Hollywood at a time when many actors were still struggling to adapt to the era of talkies. Seemingly destined for A-list fame, critics touted her as “Hollywood’s New Cinderella” after film mogul Howard Hughes cast her as Cesca in the gangster film Scarface (1932). Dvorak’s journey to superstardom was derailed when she walked out on her contractual obligations to Warner Bros. for an extended honeymoon. Later, she initiated a legal dispute over her contract, an action that was unprecedented at a time when studios exercised complete control over actors’ careers. As the first full-length biography of an often-overlooked actress, Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel explores the life and career of one of the first individuals who dared to challenge the studio system that ruled Tinseltown. The actress reached her pinnacle during the early 1930s, when the film industry was relatively uncensored and free to produce movies with more daring storylines. She played several female leads in films including The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932), Three on a Match (1932), and Heat Lightning (1934), but after her walk-out, Warner Bros retaliated by casting her in less significant roles. Following the casting conflicts and illness, Dvorak filed a lawsuit against the Warner Bros. studio, setting a precedent for other stars who eventually rebelled against the established Hollywood system. In this insightful memoir, Christina Rice explores the spirited rebellion of a talented actress whose promising career fell victim to the studio empire.

 Ann Dvorak


Ann Dvorak


$40


Possessing a unique beauty and refined acting skills, Ann Dvorak (1911-1979) found success in Hollywood at a time when many actors were still struggling to adapt to the era of talkies. Seemingly destined for A-list fame, critics touted her as “Hollywood’s New Cinderella” after film mogul Howard Hughes cast her as Cesca in the gangster film Scarface (1932). Dvorak’s journey to superstardom was derailed when she walked out on her contractual obligations to Warner Bros. for an extended honeymoon. Later, she initiated a legal dispute over her contract, an action that was unprecedented at a time when studios exercised complete control over actors’ careers. As the first full-length biography of an often-overlooked actress, Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel explores the life and career of one of the first individuals who dared to challenge the studio system that ruled Tinseltown. The actress reached her pinnacle during the early 1930s, when the film industry was relatively uncensored and free to produce movies with more daring storylines. She played several female leads in films including The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932), Three on a Match (1932), and Heat Lightning (1934), but after her walk-out, Warner Bros retaliated by casting her in less significant roles. Following the casting conflicts and illness, Dvorak filed a lawsuit against the Warner Bros. studio, setting a precedent for other stars who eventually rebelled against the established Hollywood system. In this insightful memoir, Christina Rice explores the spirited rebellion of a talented actress whose promising career fell victim to the studio empire.

 Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel


Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel


$41.71


Possessing a unique beauty and refined acting skills, Ann Dvorak (1911-1979) found success in Hollywood at a time when many actors were still struggling to adapt to the era of talkies. Seemingly destined for A-list fame, critics touted her as “Hollywood’s New Cinderella” after film mogul Howard Hughes cast her as Cesca in the gangster film Scarface (1932). Dvorak’s journey to superstardom was derailed when she walked out on her contractual obligations to Warner Bros. for an extended honeymoon. Later, she initiated a legal dispute over her contract, an action that was unprecedented at a time when studios exercised complete control over actors’ careers. As the first full-length biography of an often-overlooked actress, Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel explores the life and career of one of the first individuals who dared to challenge the studio system that ruled Tinseltown. The actress reached her pinnacle during the early 1930s, when the film industry was relatively uncensored and free to produce movies with more daring storylines. She played several female leads in films including The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932), Three on a Match (1932), and Heat Lightning (1934), but after her walk-out, Warner Bros retaliated by casting her in less significant roles. Following the casting conflicts and illness, Dvorak filed a lawsuit against the Warner Bros. studio, setting a precedent for other stars who eventually rebelled against the established Hollywood system. In this insightful memoir, Christina Rice explores the spirited rebellion of a talented actress whose promising career fell victim to the studio empire.

 Ann Dvorak: Hollywood's Forgotten Rebel


Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel


$40


Possessing a unique beauty and refined acting skills, Ann Dvorak (1911-1979) found success in Hollywood at a time when many actors were still struggling to adapt to the era of talkies. Seemingly destined for A-list fame, critics touted her as “Hollywood’s New Cinderella” after film mogul Howard Hughes cast her as Cesca in the gangster film Scarface (1932). Dvorak’s journey to superstardom was derailed when she walked out on her contractual obligations to Warner Bros. for an extended honeymoon. Later, she initiated a legal dispute over her contract, an action that was unprecedented at a time when studios exercised complete control over actors’ careers. As the first full-length biography of an often-overlooked actress, Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel explores the life and career of one of the first individuals who dared to challenge the studio system that ruled Tinseltown. The actress reached her pinnacle during the early 1930s, when the film industry was relatively uncensored and free to produce movies with more daring storylines. She played several female leads in films including The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932), Three on a Match (1932), and Heat Lightning (1934), but after her walk-out, Warner Bros retaliated by casting her in less significant roles. Following the casting conflicts and illness, Dvorak filed a lawsuit against the Warner Bros. studio, setting a precedent for other stars who eventually rebelled against the established Hollywood system. In this insightful memoir, Christina Rice explores the spirited rebellion of a talented actress whose promising career fell victim to the studio empire.

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$71.67


Used – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$254.63


Used – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$69.41


Used – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$46.17


Used – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$71.67


New – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art,

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$50.11


Used – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art

 Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


Art of the Grand Prix Race Car 2011


$49.9


New – New for 2011! Grand Prix racing is the pinnacle of motorsports and the world’s most popular form of racing, featuring the world’s greatest drivers competing in the most technologically advanced cars ever created. For Art of the Grand Prix Race Car, mast automotive photographer James Mann has bought a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio, and through his lens we see not just the engineering brilliance of these cars but also their inherent beauty. They are works of art,

 Audio-Technica AT5040 Cardioid Condenser Studio Vocal Microphone, 20-20,000Hz Frequency Response, 50


Audio-Technica AT5040 Cardioid Condenser Studio Vocal Microphone, 20-20,000Hz Frequency Response, 50


$2999


The Audio-Technica AT5040 Studio Cardioid Condenser Microphone represents a milestone in condenser design, offering remarkably musical high-fidelity performance, with profound realism and depth, presence and purity of sound. Designed as a first-choice vocal microphone, the AT5040 cardioid condenser features an extremely smooth top end with controlled sibilance. Large-diaphragm characteristics and fast transient response also make it ideal for recording acoustic instruments such as piano, guitar, strings and saxophone.The first of design criteria for the AT5040 was purity of sound. To achieve this, Audio-Technica engineers developed a four-part rectangular element, the pinnacle of recent breakthroughs in sound-capture technology. Four exquisitely matched ultra-thin diaphragms function together (with outputs proprietarily summed) as Audio-Technica’s largest-ever element, providing combined surface area twice that of a standard one-inch circular diaphragm. By using four diaphragms in a single capsule, the AT5040 delivers the benefits of an exceptionally large diaphragm along with an extremely low noise floor without increased weight, decreased transient response or other drawbacks that typically restrict diaphragm size. Another key AT5040 design feature is advanced internal shock mounting that effectively decouples the capsule from the microphone body. For additional isolation, each AT5040 is also provided with Audio-Technica’s innovative new AT8480 shock mount.

 Autographed Maddux Picture - 97 Pinnacle Zenith Studio 8x10 Card JSA COA - Autographed MLB Photos


Autographed Maddux Picture – 97 Pinnacle Zenith Studio 8×10 Card JSA COA – Autographed MLB Photos


$139.08


GREG MADDUX Atlanta Braves SIGNED 97 Pinnacle Zenith Studio 8×10 Card JSA/COA

 Avid Dazzle DVD Recorder HD with Pinnacle Studio HD v.14 Software


Avid Dazzle DVD Recorder HD with Pinnacle Studio HD v.14 Software


$61.85


Featuring a high-quality video capture device plus powerful Pinnacle Studio HD v.14 editing software, Dazzle DVD Recorder HD makes it easy to create movies like a pro. Quickly import videos and photos, then edit scenes and add professional polish with an extensive library of effects, transitions, and soundtrack options. Share your masterpiece directly on the web with one-click uploading to YouTube , or easily transfer your video to an Apple iPod, Sony PSP, or other device. Thanks to Dazzle DVD Recorder HD, it s never been easier to create and share amazing HD videos.Quickly import photos and videosThe included high-quality video capture device makes it easy to import standard-definition video from a variety of analog sources.You can also edit HD video from an HD camcorder.Turn home movies into DVDsProtect your priceless home video memories by transferring them to DVD then share them with friends and family.Be the editorThe included Pinnacle Studio HD v.14 software helps you bring your creative vision to life complete with Hollywood-style animations, effects, sounds, and music.Make your movies stand out instantlyEasily create distinctive looks with over 130 included Montage templates featuring animations, multi-layer effects, transitions, and titles designed by professional producers and artists.Sharing options as limitless as your creativitySave your masterpiece straight to DVD, upload directly to YouTube, or output to Flash, QuickTime, PS3, Nintendo Wii, Xbox, and more.

 Avid Dazzle Video Creator Platinum HD with Pinnacle Studio HD v.15 Software


Avid Dazzle Video Creator Platinum HD with Pinnacle Studio HD v.15 Software


$29.99


Dazzle Video Creator Platinum HD combines a high-quality video capture device with easy-to-use Pinnacle Studio HD v.15 video editing software and Hollywood FX Volumes 1-3. It s never been simpler or faster to impress your friends and family with great looking videos anytime, anywhere. Quickly import videos and photos then edit scenes and add professional polish with over 1000 unique, professional-level transitions and effects. Share your masterpiece directly on the web with one-click uploading to YouTube, or easily transfer your video to a variety of devices. The unique new Archive and Restore tool conveniently preserves your work. Quickly import photos and videosThe included high-quality video capture device makes it easy to import standard-definition video from a variety of analog sources. You can also edit HD video from an HD camcorder. Turn home movies into DVDsProtect your priceless home video memories by transferring them to DVD then share them with friends and family. Be the directorPinnacle Studio HD v.15 software helps you bring your creative vision to life complete with over 1000 unique, professional-level transitions and effects included in Hollywood FX Volumes 1-3.Make your movies stand out instantlyEasily create distinctive looks with over 130 included Montage templates featuring animations, multi-layer effects, transitions, and titles designed by professional producers and artists. Sharing options as limitless as your creativitySave your masterpiece straight to DVD, upload directly to YouTube in HD, or output to Flash, DivX Plus HD, QuickTime, PS3, Nintendo Wii, Xbox, and more.

 Black Flag - Loose Nut CD


Black Flag – Loose Nut CD


$11.99


Black Flag’s astonishing burst of productivity from 1984 to 1985-five studio albums, a live record, and an experimental EP-created a lot of impressive music, but LOOSE NUT is the pinnacle. Albums.

 Black Flag - Loose Nut VINYL [LP]


Black Flag – Loose Nut VINYL [LP]


$18.47


Black Flag’s astonishing burst of productivity from 1984 to 1985-five studio albums, a live record, and an experimental EP-created a lot of impressive music, but LOOSE NUT is the pinnacle. Albums.
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