THE STAR WARS ARCHIVES 1977 1983

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The Star Wars Archives 1977 1983

Author : Paul Duncan
ISBN : 3836563401
Genre : Performing Arts
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Star Wars exploded onto our cinema screens in 1977, and the world has not been the same since. Made in close collaboration with George Lucas and Lucasfilm, this XXL-sized tome gathers script pages, production documents, concept art, storyboards, on-set photography, stills, and posters to present a definitive exploration of the original trilogy: Episode IV: A New Hope, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
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The Star Wars Phenomenon In Britain

Author : Craig Stevens
ISBN : 9781476628509
Genre : Performing Arts
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 Among the top-grossing Hollywood blockbusters of all time, Star Wars launched one of the most successful movie and licensing franchises in history. Yet much of the film’s backstory was set in Britain, where the original trilogy was made and where early efforts at tie-in merchandising were spearheaded. The author provides a detailed account of the saga’s British connection, including personal recollections of fans in the UK, exclusive interviews with staff members of Palitoy who took on the challenge of producing millions of toys, and the story of how a group of writers from the underground press in London combined with Marvel comics to produce the first Star Wars expanded universe.
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Jack Dempsey A Tale Of Two Fists

Author : Damon Runyon
ISBN : 1086796136
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In 1919, Jack Dempsey challenged Jess Willard for the world heavyweight boxing championship, which took place in Toledo, Ohio on July 4. One of America's great sports journalists, Damon Runyon, scooped his colleagues by securing Jack Dempsey's life story, and serializing it over 28 parts from April to June under the title A Tale of Two Fists. Damon Runyon detailed the life of Jack Dempsey, the "Jack London of Fistiana," crisscrossing America as a hobo on the rods of freight cars, working in mines, being chased by irate bosses, and trying to make an honest buck by standing toe-to-toe with some of the biggest, meanest fighters America had to offer at the beginning of the twentieth century.Often in Dempsey's own words, the series is collected here for the first time, 100 years later, together with Runyon's daily reports from Toledo in the week leading up to the big fight, as well as its bloody and ferocious denouement.In addition to Damon Runyon's texts, there is an introduction and notes by Paul Duncan, editor of Rocky: The Complete Films.The Author: Damon Runyon became a worldwide literary figure after the publication and subsequent film adaptations (like Guys and Dolls) of his Broadway short stories in the 1930s, but before, during and after that time he was first and foremost one of America's greatest newspaper columnists.The Editor: Paul Duncan has edited and written over 150 books achieving sales of over 1 million copies worldwide. He won the August Prize as co-editor of The Ingmar Bergman Archives, edited The James Bond Archives, and wrote The Star Wars Archives: Episodes IV-VI: 1977-1983. This EXPANDED 2ND EDITION contains over 50 more pages of additional Damon Runyon articles and contemporaneous fight reports.
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Sex Politics And Religion In Star Wars

Author : Douglas Brode
ISBN : 9780810885158
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1977, Star Wars blazed across the screen to become one of the highest grossing and most beloved movies of all time, spawning an unprecedented merchandising phenomenon. It was followed by two sequels and three prequels, all of which became blockbusters. Comic books, novels, graphic novels, and magazines devoted to the films added to the mythology of George Lucas’s creation. Despite the impact of the franchise on popular culture, however, discussion of the films from a scholarly perspective has not kept pace with the films. In Sex, Politics, and Religion in Star Wars: An Anthology, Douglas Brode and Leah Deyneka have assembled a provocative collection of essays exploring some of the more intriguing aspects of the Star Wars phenomenon. Contributors to the volume tackle such hot topics as race and racism in the Star Wars galaxy, Judeo-Christian and Eastern religious themes, homosexual romance, and philosophical and political implications—both earthbound and otherworldly. These essays interpret the Star Wars universe from a variety of perspectives—including feminist and Freudian—offering insights from writers who bring a new passion to the subject. A companion volume to Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars, Sex, Politics, and Religion in Star Wars is an authoritative anthology incorporating scholarly analysis with engaging insights. It will engross readers, both fans and scholars alike.
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Star Wars

Author : Andy Mangels
ISBN : 0345395352
Genre : Star Wars films
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A who's who of the ever-popular series provides detailed profiles of the most important characters from the Star Wars movies, books, comics, TV specials, and games, with photographs and original line drawings for further identification. Original.
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ISBN : IND:30000092807795
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A Critical Cinema 4

Author : Scott MacDonald
ISBN : 0520242718
Genre : Performing Arts
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A Critical Cinema 4 is the fourth volume in Scott MacDonald's Critical Cinema series, the most extensive, in-depth exploration of independent cinema available in English. In this new set of interviews, MacDonald once again engages filmmakers in detailed discussions of their films and of the personal experiences and political and theoretical currents that have shaped their work. The interviews are arranged to express the remarkable diversity of modern independent cinema and the network of interconnections within the community of filmmakers. A Critical Cinema 4 includes the most extensive interview with the late Stan Brakhage yet published; a conversation with P. Adams Sitney about his arrival on the New York independent film scene; a detailed discussion with Peter Kubelka about the experience of making Our African Journey; a conversation with Jill Godmilow and Harun Farocki on modern political documentary; Jim McBride's first extended published conversation in thirty years; a discussion with Abigail Child about her evolution from television documentarian to master editor; and the first extended interview with Chuck Workman. This volume also contains discussions with Chantal Akerman about her place trilogy; Lawrence Brose on his examination of Oscar Wilde's career; Hungarian Peter Forgács about his transformation of European home movies into video operas; Iranian-born Shirin Neshat on working between two cultures; and Ellen Spiro about exploring America with her video camera and her dog. Each interview is supplemented by an introductory overview of the filmmaker's contributions. A detailed filmography and a selected bibliography complete the volume.
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The New Evangelical Social Engagement

Author : Brian Steensland
ISBN : 9780199329564
Genre : Religion
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In recent years evangelical Christians have been increasingly turning their attention toward issues such as the environment, international human rights, economic development, racial reconciliation, and urban renewal. Such engagement marks both a return to historic evangelical social action and a pronounced expansion of the social agenda advanced by the Religious Right in the past few decades. For outsiders to evangelical culture, this trend complicates simplistic stereotypes. For insiders, it brings contention over what "true" evangelicalism means today. Beginning with an introduction that broadly outlines this "new evangelicalism," the editors identify its key elements, trace its historical lineage, account for the recent changes taking place within evangelicalism, and highlight the implications of these changes for politics, civic engagement, and American religion. The essays that follow bring together an impressive interdisciplinary team of scholars to map this new religious terrain and spell out its significance in what is sure to become an essential text for understanding trends in contemporary evangelicalism.
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