This is a BRAND NEW/UNUSED Near Mint to Mint condition Double Sided ORIGINAL 1 sheet poster. The poster measures 27 x 40 and is guaranteed an Original movie poster. The item will be rolled in a poly tubing and shipped inside a custom designed and made .125 thick sturdy tube for protection.
Gene Quill 'The Tiger'. Portrait of a Great Alto Player
Gene Quill or Tiger as he was affectionately called by his cohorts in New York was born in Atlantic City, N.J. in 1927. Unmistakably a Parker inspired musician and a brilliant, hard-edged, imaginative soloist with a tight, strained sound, he had a very characteristic attack that revealed Bird s influence in his tone and the shape of his lines. While with Claude Thornhill in 1953, he began to attract greater attention, becoming one of the best lead alto players in the New York scene. In 1955 he formed a combo with his friend, trumpeter Dick Sherman, a veteran of the big name bands who had played with him in the Goodman and Thornhill orches- tras. From 1956 onwards, Quill was on almost all big band recordings that took place in New York, but he also recorded with smaller groups, such as the last two featured on this set. About him, the noted jazz critic Burt Korall said: His technical resource is large and he pos- sesses a definite ability to cre- ate pointedly swinging musical pictures. He died in 1989. His desire to live on the edge cost the music world the loss of a great talent, but jazz fans won t easily forget him.
Teen World 7/1971-Bobby Sherman-Barry Gibb-Brady Bunch-Jackson 5-FR
This is a USED Near Mint condition Double Sided ORIGINAL 1 sheet poster. It may have pin holes , small tear(less than 1"), small crinkles or edge wear. The poster measures 27 x 40 and is guaranteed an Original movie poster. The item will be rolled in a poly tubing and shipped inside a custom designed and made .125 thick sturdy tube for protection.
Broadcasting, Cable, the Internet, and Beyond: An Introduction to Modern Electronic Media
This survey of the field of modern electronic media includes the new technologies, regulations, programming, and competition that affect our world and the broadcasting industry. The text conveys the excitement of the industry in a highly accessible style that makes even the most difficult information understandable.
ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET - 1992 56 mins A tribute to French New Wave romanticism done up in down 'n out East Village Pixelvision and blown up to evocatively grainy 16mm. Two Cool guys - one married, one not; one voyeuristic, one narcissistic - actually seem to believe that the women in their lives matter more to them than they do to each other. Almereyda's ears are even sharper than his eyes - the dialogue, indeed the entire sound track, is dazzling. ALIENS (1993 - 13 mins) Two young boys discuss their favorite movies and the nature of passive resistance while playing a video game. AT SUNDANCE (1995 - 71 mins) co-directed with Amy Hobby - A group portrait of filmmakers attending the 1995 Sundance Film Festival. Featuring Matthew Harrison, Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke, Todd Haynes, Greg Araki, Abel Ferrara, Atom Egoyan, James Gray, Robert Redford, Haskell Wexler, among many others. THE ROCKING HORSE WINNER (1997 - 23 mins) D.H. Lawrence's story about luck, loss, and the need for more money, transplanted to contemporary Los Angeles.
The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2013 (The Best American Series ®)
Dave Eggers and his students at the 826 Valencia and 826 Michigan writing labs compile fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and comics, as well as category-defying gems that have become one of the hallmarks of this lively collection.
Gen Barry & Gen Sherman Review Troops at Savannah 1865
Published 2/11/1865. This page comes from an ORIGINAL issue of Harper's Weekly. If dated 1865, it was printed in 1865, etc. You are buying JUST this page, NOT the entire issue. Because the paper in this period was heavily rag cotton in content, the page is supple, not brittle like more modern pulp papers used after 1880. The back is printed, not necessarily with text related to the image. Page size is 11x16". Two-page, single sheet ones are 22x16". Edge fraying, or small chips in margin may be present, but would be concealed by any matte used to frame it. The paper used originally had a large component of cloth so, while the image may appear browned, it is not fragile and would respond well to a professional bleaching. This is an original piece of American history, as old as the what is shown, and depicts an important event, object, person or whathaveyou. Harper's employed many important graphic artists and photographers, including Winslow Homer, Mathew Brady and others. The photographer's work was converted by an engraver into the image used in the magazine as, at the time of these publications, photography was not reproducible directly by the existing printing methods. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image.
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