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Hail Caesar! Review

     A Coen Brothers film can be a hell of a unique experience. Aside from the fact that each one of their pictures is vastly different from the last, even the stories they have within that particular genre is different in style, mood, and tone from the other. 327 more words

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Todays Famous Birthday's

Natalie Cole February 6, 1950 – Dec 31, 2015 (age 65)                                                                Jazz and pop vocalist who is the daughter of Nat King Cole and who is known for her many hit singles like “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love).” 180 more words


February 6 in San Antonio history...

An invitation to inspect the new Coliseum was issued to the public by E. W. Bickett, Coliseum manager. Bickett stated that the building will be open every day for public inspection, especially on Saturdays and Sundays, and that visitors would be welcome to inspect the grounds and facilities that will house the San Antonio Livestock Exposition and Autry-Colborn World’s Championship… 173 more words


Stage Fright (1950)

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

The theme of deception in Hitchcock is explored in all of this films, both as a stamp of his directorial authorship and as an element that exists within the narrative. 248 more words


Top Ten Tuesday: Historical Settings (Feb. 2, 2016)

Top Ten Tuesday brought to us by The Broke and the Bookish decided that this week’s theme would be settings. In particular, futuristic or historical settings. 932 more words


Drawing of Venus by R. M. Baum

Date: Apr 26, 1951.
Source: W. R. Corliss: The Moon and The Planets. The sourcebook project 1985.
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