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Patterns (1956, Fielder Cook)

Patterns is a short and simple picture. Van Heflin is the new man at a corporation; he suspects he’s there to replace his assigned mentor, Ed Begley. 407 more words


Beauty and Doom: Fashion and Cigarettes

The cigarette from its growth in popularity in the 1880s has served as both a detriment to and an accessory of life [1].

British troops in the trenches of WWI were provided with duty free tobacco by the government, while family members would squirrel away tobacco sending it in care packages to their soldier kin [1]. 611 more words


Meet Ms. Wilson

Hello, everyone!  I didn’t forget about you!  It’s just been a very busy last couple of months–and unfortunately, a lot of it has been testing.  We just got back in the swing of things about 3 weeks ago and 2 weeks ago I got a new student teacher. 84 more words


Happy Anniversary (1959) - reviewed by George

I think this is the most dated film I have ever seen. Certainly more than any silent movie. I’ve not saying that there are no humorous moments in this comedy. 239 more words


2015 Obits – Those we lost in 2015 – April thru June

April 1: Robert Walker, 54: Canadian-born American animator and director (Aladdin, Brother Bear, Mulan, The Lion King), was known as a “down-to-earth, quiet, thoughtful guy who cared about the people around him.” He translated his love and passion for drawing into a career as a Walt Disney layout artist and director — a career that culminated with a 2003 Academy Award nomination for the animated feature… 5,991 more words

"The Circle''-London’s Live Archives gallery featuring Maison Martin Margiela,Dior Homme, Lanvin and more

London’s Live Archives gallery will push the boundaries between fashion and art, through the works of Maison Martin Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester, Dior Homme, Lanvin, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen and Rick Owens. 79 more words