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(Ultimate Easy Piano Play-Along Volume 1). Arranged by Chris Lobdell. For Piano/Keyboard. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental; Play-Along. Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook. Play along. Book with CD. 32 pages. Alfred Music #26270. Published by Alfred Music (HL

At the Movies


At the Movies


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“By Sadler. For Brass Septet (2 Bb trumpets, 2 french horns, 2 trombones, tuba). Published by BrassWorks4 ”

The Movies


The Movies


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Accelerated Reader is a program based on the fact that students become more motivated to read if they are tested on the content of the books they have read and are rewarded for correct answers. Students read each book, individually take the test on the computer, and receive gratification when they score well. Schools using the Accelerated Reader program have seen a significant increase in reading among their students. At level resources that will be a valuable addition to any library

Movies about the Movies-Pa


Movies about the Movies-Pa


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" Hundreds of Hollywood-on-Hollywood movies can be found throughout the history of American cinema, from the days of silents to the present. They include films from genres as far ranging as musical, film noir, melodrama, comedy, and action-adventure. Such movies seduce us with the promise of revealing the reality behind the camera. But, as part of the very industry they supposedly critique, they cannot take us behind the scenes in any true sense. Through close analysis of fifteen critically acclaimed films, Christopher Ames reveals how the idea of Hollywood is constructed and constructs itself. Films discussed: What Price Hollywood? (1952) A Star Is Born (1937) Stand-In (1937) Boy Meets Girl (1938) Sullivan’s Travels (1941) In a Lonely Place (1950) Sunset Boulevard (1950) The Star (1950) Singin’ in the Rain (1952) The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) Pennies from Heaven (1981) The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) The Player (1992) Last Action Hero (1993)

At the Movies II


At the Movies II


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Veronique Charron At the Movies II – Art Print

Movies Equipment


Movies Equipment


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Movies Equipment Photographic Print by Anonymous. Product size approximately 18 x 24 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Praying the Movies


Praying the Movies


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Buy Praying the Movies by Edward N. McNulty in Paperback for the low price of 20.00. Find this product in Religion > Devotional.

At the Movies I


At the Movies I


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Veronique Charron At the Movies I – Framed Art Print

Movies Sets


Movies Sets


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Don Brinn Movies Sets – Photographic Print

Road Movies


Road Movies


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Road Movies Art Print by . Product size approximately 37.4 x 13 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Simply Movies


Simply Movies


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(Music from the Silver Screen — 20 Memorable Melodies). Arranged by Dan Coates. For Piano. This edition: Easy Piano. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental; Sing-Along. Simply Series. Movie. Easy Piano. Book. 80 pages. Published by Alfred Music

Christmas at the Movies


Christmas at the Movies


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(Phillip Keveren Series). Arranged by Phillip Keveren. For Piano/Keyboard. Piano Solo Songbook. 5. Softcover. 56 pages. Published by Hal Leonard

The Great Movies


The Great Movies


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From America’s most trusted and best-known film critic, one hundred brilliant essays on the films that define for him cinematic greatness. For the past five years Roger Ebert, the famed film writer and critic, has been writing biweekly essays for a feature called "The Great Movies," in which he offers a fresh and fervent appreciation of a great film. "The Great Movies" collects one hundred of these essays, each one of them a gem of critical appreciation and an amalgam of love, analysis, and history that will send readers back to that film with a fresh set of eyes and renewed enthusiasm-or perhaps to an avid first-time viewing. Ebert’s selections range widely across genres, periods, and nationalities, and from the highest achievements in film art to justly beloved and wildly successful popular entertainments. Roger Ebert manages in these essays to combine a truly populist appreciation for our most important form of popular art with a scholar’s erudition and depth of knowledge and a sure aesthetic sense. Wonderfully enhanced by stills selected by Mary Corliss, film curator at the Museum of Modern Art, "The Great Movies "is a treasure trove for film lovers of all persuasions, an unrivaled guide for viewers, and a book to return to again and again. "The Great Movies" includes: "All About Eve – Bonnie and Clyde – Casablanca – Citizen Kane – The Godfather – Jaws – La Dolce Vita – Metropolis – On the Waterfront – Psycho – The Seventh Seal – Sweet Smell of Success – Taxi Driver – The Third Man – The Wizard of Oz" – and eighty-five more films. "From the Hardcover edition."

Movies to Manage by


Movies to Manage by


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"A tasty confection that is both fun to read and though-provoking. Clemens and Wolff have crafted and engaging book that illustrates the entire gamut of good and bad leadership behavior. I recommend it especially to young managers who are growing into or aspiring to leadership roles." — George R. Stephan, Former Chairman Kollmorger Corporation "Readers of this book should be allowed to go to the movies on company time. The flicks take on a whole new meaning." — Roy Rowan, Author of "The Intuitive Manager" Movies do more than just entertain. A good film can also teach. Charles Foster Kane, the tragic protagonist of "Citizen Kane," is the perfect example of how hoarding power can lead to chaos in business and personal matters. "Dead Poet Society’s" John Keating is the archetype of the employee who has affected change downward but has not solicited the support of superiors who may later stonewall other projects. And Norma Rae (in the movie of the same name), a seemingly powerless factory worker, shakes up the plant’s male-dominated management and becomes the company’s most influential leader. In this entertaining and instructive book, you will discover that film is indeed an untapped source of leadership wisdom for businesses, large and small. You will see your own organization–as well as your own management and leadership challenges–mirrored here in the examination and analysis of nine compelling and highly accessible film narratives. John K. Clemens, professor of management at Hartwick College, is the founder and executive director of the Hartwick Humanities in Management Institute, an organization that conducts leadership seminars for emerging leaders in Fortune 500 companies. He is also the coauthor of "The Classic Touch: Lessons in Leadership from Homer to Hemingway." Melora Wolff is an essayist, poet, and playwright who teaches workshops and seminars in film, literature, and creative writing. She is the writing consultant for the Hartwick Humanities in Management Institute.

Movies and Money


Movies and Money


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"A fascinating history."–"Time Out New York" The acclaimed producer of such classic films as Chariots of Fire and The Killing Fields, and the only European ever to head a major Hollywood studio, former Columbia Pictures chief David Puttnam has written a fascinating behind-the-scenes history of the movie business and of the unique and frequently unholy alliance between commerce and art that underpins it. Puttnam’s story moves from the early days of cinema and the rivalry between Edison and the Lumiere brothers, through the rise of the studio system, and up to the present day, with European filmmakers and politicians struggling to protect their industry and even their cultural identity from a triumphant and all-devouring Hollywood. In the process he introduces a host of colorful characters: from Goldwyn and Zanuck to Eisner and Ovitz. Movies and Money is a groundbreaking book that will change our understanding of the movie business. "Excellent…. A book so well written that it can easily be read at a single sitting."–"San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner" "Puttnam has a dry sense of humor, and most of his book is jammed with astonishing anecdotes and seething portraits of the personalities of film history."– "Newsday"

God in the Movies


God in the Movies


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The religious imagination is alive and well in the movies. Contrary to those who criticize Hollywood, popular movies very often have metaphorically represented God on the screen. From Clint Eastwood as an avenging angel in Pale Rider and Nicolas Cage as a lovesick angel in City of Angels to Jessica Lange as an angel of death in All That Jazz, and from George Burns as God in Oh, God to Audrey Hepburn in Always to pure white light in Fearless and Flatliners, God is very much present in the movies.

Food in the Movies


Food in the Movies


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Although food has been part of motion pictures since the silent era, for the most part food is treated with about as much respect as movie extras: It’s always been there on the screen but seldom noticed. From the very beginning, the marginalization of food was based on practical reasons?the cost and the inconvenience of having to place food in exactly the same position in scenes that might require five, 10, or as many as 20 takes. To document how food has been used in movies from the silent era to the present, the authors reviewed over 500 American and foreign films and found that filmmakers had settled on three basic ways to treat food. First, food has been used as a prop and in these situations it’s usually obscured by the camera or ignored by the actors who busy themselves with other things to help advance the plot. Second, food has been used as a transition device to compress time so that a meal that might ordinarily take a half hour to eat is completed in a matter of seconds through the use of creative editing techniques. Third, food has been used as a symbol or metaphor to make a dramatic point or to reveal an aspect of an actor’s character, mood or thought process. The final chapter is dedicated exclusively to films released theatrically since the late 1980s?like Tampopo, Babette’s Feasts and Like Water for Chocolate?that treat food as the star of the film, thus creating food films as a new genre. A filmography is included that lists the film’s title, year of release, distributor, producer, director, screenwriter, cinematographer and cast, along with a brief description of how food was used in the film.

At The Movies I


At The Movies I


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At The Movies I – Art Print

Vampires in the Movies


Vampires in the Movies


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Buy Vampires in the Movies by Adam Woog in Library Binding for the low price of 28.95. Find this product in Juvenile Nonfiction > Social Science – Folklore & Mythology.

Merton of the Movies


Merton of the Movies


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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III WESTERN STUFF SATURDAY proved all that his black forebodings had pictured it?a day of sordid, harassing toil; toil, moreover, for which Gashwiler, the beneficiary, showed but the scantest appreciation. Indeed, the day opened with a disagreement between the forward-looking clerk and his hide-bound reactionary. Gashwiler had reached the store at his accustomed hour of 8:30 to find Mer- ton embellishing the bulletin board in front with legends setting forth especial bargains of the day to be had within. Chalk in hand, he had neatly written, "See our new importation of taffetas, $2.59 the yard." Below this he was in the act of putting down, "Try our choice Honey-dew spinach, 20 cts. the can." "Try our Preferred Chipped Beef, 58 cts. the pound." He was especially liking that use of "the." It sounded modern. Yet along came Gashwiler, as if seeking an early excuse to nag, and criticized this. "Why don’t you say ‘a yard,’ ‘a can,’ ‘a pound’?" he demanded harshly. "What’s the sense of that there ‘the’ stuff? Looks to me like just putting on a few airs. You keep to plain language and our patrons’ll like it a lot better." Viciously Merton Gill rubbed out the modern "the" and substituted the desired "a." "Very well," he assented, "if you’d rather stick to the old- fashioned way; but I can tell you that’s the way city stores do it. I thought you might want to be up to date, but I see I made a great mistake." "Humph " said Gashwiler. unbitten by this irony. "Iguess the old way’s good enough, long’s our prices are always right. Don’t forget to put on that canned salmon. I had that in stock for nearly a year now?and say it’s twenty cents ‘a’ can, not ‘the’ can. Also say it’s a grand reduction from thirty-five cents." That was always the way. You never could ple…

Slasher Movies


Slasher Movies


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Pocket Essentials is a dynamic series of books that are concise, lively, and easy to read. Packed with facts as well as expert opinions, each book has all the key information you need to know about such popular topics as film, television, cult fiction, history, and more. Slasher movies took horror to new heights of graphic violence while, in some cases, simultaneously plumbing new depths of camp self-referentiality. They have nonetheless had a lasting impact–from "respectable" studio pictures such as "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Single White Female, " to the new breed of teen movies such as the" Scream" franchise, which play knowingly with the conventions of the slasher. In this Pocket Essential guide you’ll find an introductory essay, an in-depth discussion of all the major films, a consideration of the influences on the genre, and a checklist of the stars who got their big break being slashed.

Movies for Sale


Movies for Sale


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Moz Movies for Sale – Art Print

Home Movies


Home Movies


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Home Movies Photographic Print by H. Armstrong Roberts. Product size approximately 18 x 24 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.
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