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  • Porgy And Bess
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    Girl Crazy (#14) The musical "Girl Crazy" was about a boy named Danny Churchill who lived in New York. His dad was worried about his way with women so he sent him to Custerville, AZ to get him away from them. Danny was to live on the family dude ranch called "The Buzzards". On his way to AZ, Danny rode in a taxi. The driver's name was Gibber Goldfarb. He was known for his very bad Yiddish jokes. He eventually fell in love with a woman named Patsy West, who was also a nose telephone operator. Aft...
  • End Of Days The Millennium
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    End of Days The Millennium has had a wide variety of effects on our popular culture, which is evident by how the ideas about the millennium are encoded, perpetuated, and disseminated to a mass adiuence. A large proton of ideas about the millennium are circulated to the population through the use of movies and film. To this end, one movie, entitled "The End of Days", which was released in December 1999, is an excelent portal of the American reaction to the Millennium in general. "The End of Days"...
  • Next Scene Dr Kay Scarpetta
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    For part of my independent study I read the book Unnatural Exposure, by Patricia Cornwell. The book is a murder mystery with a large focus on the forensic aspects of the investigation. The main character in the book is Dr. Kay Scarpetta, a medical examiner form Virginia. She is recently divorced and live in an apartment by herself. She could be described as a workaholic since she spends all of her time thinking and working on her cases. She is always the first person to arrive at the morgue and ...
  • Ending Of The Original Version
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    Choosing a movie, do you take notice to whether it is a Director's cut, the original version, or simply grab the chosen movie and pop it in taking no notice of which version is in hand? Is there even a difference? Because a director's cut is simply a version of a movie with various cuts made by the director's choosing, if watching both versions of Ridley Scott's, "Blade Runner", the subtle differences in several of the scenes will become apparent, although the scene layout and plot remains the s...
  • Scenes In A Cab
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    The technique of slow motion is familiar to audiences, who usually see it in romantic scenes, or scenes in which regret and melancholy are expressed -- or sometimes in scenes where a catastrophe looms, and cannot be avoided. But Scorsese was finding a personal use for it, a way to suggest a subjective state in a POV shot. And in scenes in a cab driver's diner, he uses closeups of observed details to show how Travis's attention is apart from the conversation, is zeroing in on a black who might be...

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