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Frank Worth – Marilyn Monroe – Sammy Davis Jr./...
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Frank Worth – Freund und Fotograf der großen Hollywoodstars. Hochwertige Edition auf Barytpapier: In den 50er-Jahren ein Schnappschuss – heute ein begehrtes Sammlerobjekt. Frank Worth (1923 - 2000) gehört zu den bedeutendsten Foto-Künstlern seiner Zeit. Weil zahlreiche Stars von Frank Sinatra bis Liz Taylor, von James Dean bis Marilyn Monroe den Fotografen als engen Vertrauten betrachteten, kam er ihnen so nahe wie kein anderer. Das Worthsche Œuvre hebt sich ab von den sterilen Glamourbildern in einstudierten Posen, wie sie zu jener Zeit üblich waren. Posthumer Ruhm: ein rund zehn Millionen Dollar schwerer Nachlass. Offenbar wurde seine Sonderstellung unter den Hollywood-Fotografen erst nach seinem Tod. Beim Ordnen des Nachlasses fand man rund 10.000 Negative, deren Wert das Auktionshaus Christie’s auf rund zehn Millionen Dollar taxierte. Zu Lebzeiten hatte Worth seine Fotos nur sehr verhalten zum Verkauf angeboten. Er empfand sie eher als Erinnerungsstücke, als Schnappschüsse von Freunden, denen gegenüber er sich zu Loyalität verpflichtet sah. Heute sind hochwertige Drucke dieser vermeintlichen Schnappschüsse in aller Welt begehrte Sammlerobjekte. Ein typischer Frank Worth. Diese Aufnahme von Marilyn Monroe und Sammy Davis Jr. entstand im Jahr 1953 am Set von „How to Marry a Millionaire“ („Wie angelt man sich einen Millionär?“). Zwei Legenden, die in einer Drehpause miteinander he-rumalbern: Genau solche Fotos hat nur Worth geschossen. Die Edition wurde als streng limitierter, pixelfreier Silver Gelatine Print auf exquisitem Barytpapier gefertigt. Mit original Studiostempel, nummeriert. Mit Echtheitszertifikat. 195 Exemplare. „Marilyn Monroe – Sammy Davis Jr./ Set how to marry a millionaire, 1953“ Silver Gelatine Print auf Barytpapier, 50 x 40 cm, limitierte Auflage 195 Exemplare, in schwarzer Galerierahmung (70 x 60 cm, Rahmenbreite 2 cm, Rahmentiefe 3 cm.)

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How to Marry a Millionaire
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! How to Marry a Millionaire is a 1953 romantic comedy film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Jean Negulesco and produced and written by Nunnally Johnson. The screenplay was based on the plays The Greeks Had a Word for It by Zoe Akins and Loco by Dale Eunson and Katherine Albert. The music score was by Alfred Newman and the cinematography by Joseph MacDonald. The costume design was by Travilla. The film stars Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe, and Lauren Bacall as fortune hunters with William Powell, David Wayne, Rory Calhoun, Cameron Mitchell, Alexander D'Arcy, and Fred Clark. How to Marry a Millionaire was the first film ever to be photographed in the new CinemaScope wide-screen process, and the second released, after The Robe. How to Marry a Millionaire was also the first 1950's color and Cinemascope film ever to be shown on prime time network television, when it was shown as the first installment of NBC Saturday Night at the Movies in 1961.

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Grantchester - Series 1
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It s 1953, and Sidney Chambers (James Norton) is vicar of Grantchester, a village just outside Cambridge. Sidney's is a quiet life. Or at least, it has been right up until the moment that murder comes his way... Pushed into the dangerous world of lies, betrayal and murder, Sidney quickly finds that his insight into the human condition, and the natural trust that he engenders in people, means that he excels in his new position as detective . Joining Sidney as he journeys into this dark world is the affable but world-weary Detective Inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green), the naive, but well-meaning curate Leonard Finch (Al Weaver), and his austere and constantly disapproving housekeeper Mrs Maguire (Tessa Peake-Jones). But crime isn't the only matter that occupies Sidney. He's smitten with the witty, beautiful, Amanda (Morven Christie), but could high society Amanda ever be allowed to marry a lowly country vicar? Can you still see the best in people when the world of murder asks you to see the worst?

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Grantchester - Complete 1-3 Boxed Set
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It's 1953, and Sidney Chambers (James Norton) is vicar of Grantchester, a village just outside Cambridge. Sidney's is a quiet life. Or at least, it has been right up until the moment that murder comes his way... In Series One Sidney is pushed into the dangerous world of lies, betrayal and murder and quickly finds that his insight into the human condition, and the natural trust that he engenders in people, means that he excels in his new position as detective . But crime isn't the only matter that occupies Sidney. He s smitten with the witty, beautiful Amanda (Morven Christie), but could high society Amanda ever be allowed to marry a lowly country vicar? Series Two sees Sidney himself wrongly accused of a terrible crime and unmasking the real culprit will send shockwaves through the community. With Series Three Sidney finds himself tested as the love he feels for Amanda puts him at odds with the church. Joining Sidney as he journeys into this dark world are the affable but world-weary Detective Inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green), the naive, but wellmeaning curate Leonard Finch (Al Weaver), and his austere and constantly disapproving housekeeper Mrs Maguire (Tessa Peake-Jones). This box set includes the following special features: The Making of each Series, Inside the Christmas Special, Cast Interviews, Sidney & His Women, Behind the Scenes, 'Warpisode', The Stunts, The Trouble with Sidney & Geordie, Deleted Scenes.

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Southern Discomfort
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For readers of beloved memoirs like Educated and The Glass Castle, a riveting and profoundly moving memoir set in rural Mississippi during the Civil Rights era about a white girl coming of age in a repressive society and the woman who gave her the strength to forge her own path-the black nanny who cared for her.Tena Clark was born in 1953 in a tiny Mississippi town close to the Alabama border, where the legacy of slavery and racial injustice still permeated every aspect of life. On the outside, Tena's childhood looked like a fairytale. Her father was one of the richest men in the state, her mother was a regal beauty. The family lived on a sprawling farm and had the only swimming pool in town, Tena was given her first car-a royal blue Camaro-at twelve.But behind closed doors, Tena's life was deeply lonely, and chaotic. By the time she was three, her parents' marriage had dissolved into a swamp of alcohol, rampant infidelity, and guns. Adding to the turmoil, Tena understood from a very young age that she was different from her three older sisters, all of whom had been beauty queens and majorettes. Tena knew she didn't want to be a majorette-she wanted to marry one.On Tena's tenth birthday, her mother, emboldened by alcoholism and enraged by her husband's incessant cheating, walked out for good, instantly becoming an outcast in society. Tena was left in the care of her black nanny, Virgie, who became Tena's surrogate mother and confidante-even though she was raising nine of her own children and was not allowed to eat from the family's plates or use their bathroom. It was Virgie's acceptance and unconditional love that gave Tena the courage to stand up to her domineering father, the faith to believe in her mother's love, and the strength to be her true self.Combining the spirit of poignant coming-of-age memoirs such as The Glass Castle and vivid, evocative Southern fiction like Fried Green Tomatoes, Southern Discomfort is about the people and places that shape who we are-and is destined to become a new classic.

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Southern Discomfort
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For readers of beloved memoirs like Educated and The Glass Castle, a riveting and profoundly moving memoir set in rural Mississippi during the Civil Rights era about a white girl coming of age in a repressive society and the woman who gave her the strength to forge her own path-the black nanny who cared for her.Tena Clark was born in 1953 in a tiny Mississippi town close to the Alabama border, where the legacy of slavery and racial injustice still permeated every aspect of life. On the outside, Tena's childhood looked like a fairytale. Her father was one of the richest men in the state, her mother was a regal beauty. The family lived on a sprawling farm and had the only swimming pool in town, Tena was given her first car-a royal blue Camaro-at twelve.But behind closed doors, Tena's life was deeply lonely, and chaotic. By the time she was three, her parents' marriage had dissolved into a swamp of alcohol, rampant infidelity, and guns. Adding to the turmoil, Tena understood from a very young age that she was different from her three older sisters, all of whom had been beauty queens and majorettes. Tena knew she didn't want to be a majorette-she wanted to marry one.On Tena's tenth birthday, her mother, emboldened by alcoholism and enraged by her husband's incessant cheating, walked out for good, instantly becoming an outcast in society. Tena was left in the care of her black nanny, Virgie, who became Tena's surrogate mother and confidante-even though she was raising nine of her own children and was not allowed to eat from the family's plates or use their bathroom. It was Virgie's acceptance and unconditional love that gave Tena the courage to stand up to her domineering father, the faith to believe in her mother's love, and the strength to be her true self.Combining the spirit of poignant coming-of-age memoirs such as The Glass Castle and vivid, evocative Southern fiction like Fried Green Tomatoes, Southern Discomfort is about the people and places that shape who we are-and is destined to become a new classic.

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Geoffrey Giuliano: In Conversation with Ruth an...
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Episode 2: Ruth and Angie on Twiggy and Apple Records director Ron Kass. The advent of Mary Hopkin. Sleeping with Rod Stewart. Secrets of Paul’s bedroom at his dad’s home in Liverpool. Mike McCartney’s famous overnight guests. Dusty Springfield and Madeline Bell implode 1967. Macca seldom drank. The phycology of the McCartney Clan. Paul’s songwriting habits. Secrets of She’s Leaving Home, Hey Jude, Norwegian Wood, Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds, When I’m 64. Paul to marry Cynthia Lennon? On Drake’s Drum, Jim McCartney’s very successful race horse. Jim was a careful gambler. Linda redecorates Rembrandt with disastrous results. Termites in Beatle Paul’s bed! A sexual McCartneys? Angie likes Linda. Angie’s does not like Paul. Ruth breaks down in a very emotional plea to her brother. The ghosts of John Lennon and Jimmy Mac. Who is the real Paul McCartney. The role of Linda in Paul’s life. Paul is often a moral coward. Ruth becomes a pop star in Russia.  Contains adult language and mature themes. Not recommended for children.  Dedicated to Vrndarani Devi 1953-2017 Produced by Fred Betschen Edited by Macc Kay Music by AudioNautix.com Project Coordinator Alex Franchi 1. Language: English. Narrator: Geoffrey Giuliano. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159632/bk_acx0_159632_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Rabbit Run
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John Updike was born in 1932 in Shillington, Pennsylvania. He is the author of over fifty books, including The Poorhouse Fair; the Rabbit series (Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; Rabbit At Rest); Marry Me; The Witches of Eastwick, which was made into a major feature film; Memories of the Ford Administration; Brazil; In the Beauty of the Lilies; Toward the End of Time; Gertrude and Claudius; and Seek My Face. He has written a number of collections of short stories, including The Afterlife and Other Stories and Licks of Love, which includes a final Rabbit story, Rabbit Remembered. His essays and criticism first appeared in publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Review of Books, and are now collected into numerous volumes. Collected Poems 1953-1993 brings together almost all of his verse, and a new edition of his Selected Poems is forthcoming from Hamish Hamilton. His novels, stories, and non-fiction collections have won have won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award, the American Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Rosenthal Award and the Howells Medal. Updike graduated from Harvard College in 1954, and spent a year at Oxford's Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. From 1955 to 1957 he was a member of staff at the New Yorker, and he lived in Massachusetts from 1957 until his death in January 2009.

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Rabbit Redux
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John Updike was born in 1932 in Shillington, Pennsylvania. He is the author of over fifty books, including The Poorhouse Fair; the Rabbit series (Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; Rabbit At Rest); Marry Me; The Witches of Eastwick, which was made into a major feature film; Memories of the Ford Administration; Brazil; In the Beauty of the Lilies; Toward the End of Time; Gertrude and Claudius; and Seek My Face. He has written a number of collections of short stories, including The Afterlife and Other Stories and Licks of Love, which includes a final Rabbit story, Rabbit Remembered. His essays and criticism first appeared in publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Review of Books, and are now collected into numerous volumes. Collected Poems 1953-1993 brings together almost all of his verse, and a new edition of his Selected Poems is forthcoming from Hamish Hamilton. His novels, stories, and non-fiction collections have won have won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award, the American Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Rosenthal Award and the Howells Medal. Updike graduated from Harvard College in 1954, and spent a year at Oxford's Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. From 1955 to 1957 he was a member of staff at the New Yorker, and he lived in Massachusetts from 1957 until his death in January 2009.

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Rabbit is Rich
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John Updike was born in 1932 in Shillington, Pennsylvania. He is the author of over fifty books, including The Poorhouse Fair; the Rabbit series (Rabbit, Run; Rabbit Redux; Rabbit Is Rich; Rabbit At Rest); Marry Me; The Witches of Eastwick, which was made into a major feature film; Memories of the Ford Administration; Brazil; In the Beauty of the Lilies; Toward the End of Time; Gertrude and Claudius; and Seek My Face. He has written a number of collections of short stories, including The Afterlife and Other Stories and Licks of Love, which includes a final Rabbit story, Rabbit Remembered. His essays and criticism first appeared in publications such as the New Yorker and the New York Review of Books, and are now collected into numerous volumes. Collected Poems 1953-1993 brings together almost all of his verse, and a new edition of his Selected Poems is forthcoming from Hamish Hamilton. His novels, stories, and non-fiction collections have won have won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award, the American Book Award, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Rosenthal Award and the Howells Medal. Updike graduated from Harvard College in 1954, and spent a year at Oxford's Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. From 1955 to 1957 he was a member of staff at the New Yorker, and he lived in Massachusetts from 1957 until his death in January 2009.

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