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Howard Hughes Theater
 
Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood
Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood
In this riveting popular history, the creator of You Must Remember This probes the inner workings of Hollywood’s glamorous golden age through the stories of some of the dozens of actresses pursued by Howard Hughes, to reveal how the millionaire mogul’s obsessions with sex, power and publicity trapped, abused, or benefitted women who dreamt of screen stardom.In recent months, the media has reported on scores of entertainment figures who used their power and money in Hollywood to sexually harass and coerce some of the most talented women in cinema and television. But as Karina Longworth reminds us, long before the Harvey Weinsteins there was Howard Hughes—the Texas millionaire, pilot, and filmmaker whose reputation as a cinematic provocateur was matched only by that as a prolific womanizer. His supposed conquests between his first divorce in the late 1920s and his marriage to actress Jean Peters in 1957 included many of Hollywood’s most famous actresses, among them Billie Dove, Katharine Hepburn, Ava Gardner, and Lana Turner. From promoting bombshells like Jean Harlow and Jane Russell to his contentious battles with the censors, Hughes—perhaps more than any other filmmaker of his era—commoditized male desire as he objectified and sexualized women. Yet there were also numerous women pulled into Hughes’s grasp who never made it to the screen, sometimes virtually imprisoned by an increasingly paranoid and disturbed Hughes, who retained multitudes of private investigators, security personnel, and informers to make certain these actresses would not escape his clutches.Vivid, perceptive, timely, and ridiculously entertaining, The Seducer is a landmark work that examines women, sex, and male power in Hollywood during its golden age—a legacy that endures nearly a century later.

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Katharine Hepburn
Katharine Hepburn
Katharine Hepburn was far more than an iconic movie star who won four Academy Awards for best actress (the most ever) and made classic films - The African Queen, The Philadelphia Story, and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - that still rank among the greatest of all time. She also exerted a singular influence on American popular culture, challenging rigid assumptions about how women should behave - and almost single-handedly gave them permission to wear pants.The list of adjectives used to describe Hepburn - bold, stubborn, witty, beautiful - only begin to hint at the complex woman who entranced audiences around the world (she could also be controlling, selfish, and self-righteous). So here is the full, epic story of "the patron saint of the independent American female," as one critic described her - from her breakthrough in Hollywood in the early 1930s to On Golden Pond in the 1980s to her dramatic affairs with Howard Hughes and Spencer Tracy and beyond. With her distinctive, patrician voice and tsunami-force personality, Hepburn always lived life strictly on her own terms. And oh, what a life it was.

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The Irish R.M. - Series 1
The Irish R.M. - Series 1
Peter Bowles (Rumpole of the Bailey, To the Manor Born) stars in this comic drama series about a retired English army officer who becomes a Resident Magistrate in turn-of-the-century West Ireland. Living in a ramshackle country house surrounded by the community’s eccentric inhabitants, Major Sinclair Yeates struggles to apply judicial logic in a country where, in the words of a former Lord Chief Justice, "the inevitable never happens but the improbable frequently does." This classic PBS Masterpiece Theatre series, shot entirely on location in County Kildare, captures the texture of the lush Irish countryside. Also featuring Beryl Reid (Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) and Bryan Murray (Perfect Scoundrels). The Episodes: Great-Uncle McCarthy, Trinket’s Colt, A Misdeal, The Boat’s Share, Occasional Licences, "O Love! O Fire!" DVD BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE a "making of" featurette, stories and recipes from Mrs. Cadogan's kitchen, cast filmographies and a profile of writers Somerville and Ross.

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Historic Dallas Theatres (Images of America)
Historic Dallas Theatres (Images of America)
Dallas was the show business capital of Texas and much of the South throughout the 20th century. More than 100 theatres served the city’s neighborhoods, and Elm Street once boasted more than 15 vaudeville and movie theatres—second in number to Broadway. The quality of the show houses in Dallas were surpassed by few cities and all major, and most minor, Hollywood studios maintained Dallas offices. Notable names figuring in this history include Margo Jones, “Blind” Lemon Jefferson, Karl Hoblitzelle, Baruch Lumet, Bob Hope, Greer Garson, Linda Darnell, Howard Hughes, Clyde Barrow, Gene Autry, Oliver Stone, Pappy Dolson, Jack Ruby, Lee Harvey Oswald, Nicola Rescigno, Don Henley, and Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Pacifica Island Art - The Music Man - Starring Robert Preston - Majestic Theater Broadway - Vintage Theater Poster by David Klein c.1957 - Master Art Print - 13in x 19in
Pacifica Island Art - The Music Man - Starring Robert Preston - Majestic Theater Broadway - Vintage Theater Poster by David Klein c.1957 - Master Art Print - 13in x 19in
Enjoy a taste of the Golden Age of Travel with these beautiful Fine Art Prints by Pacifica Island Art. This print will look wonderful framed in the home, office or restaurant and is perfect for the Travel Poster art collector. David Klein (1918-2005) David Klein was an American artist, best known for his influential work in advertising. Klein was born in El Paso, Texas in 1918, but moved to California where he attended the Art Center School (later renamed Art Center College of Design) in Los Angeles. During the 1930s, he was a prominent member of the California Watercolor Society and displayed his work at various exhibits, most notably the Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939-40. Although he produced illustrations for Broadway theatrical productions, Hollywood films, the United States Army, and numerous corporate clients, Klein is best remembered for the iconic travel images he created for Howard Hughes and Trans World Airlines (TWA) during the 1950s and 1960s.

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AVA & HER GUYS
AVA & HER GUYS
Ava Gardner was one of the Hollywood’s great beauties; “a goddess,” as described by band leader Artie Shaw, her second husband. She even played a goddess in ONE TOUCH OF VENUS.The daughter of a North Carolina tobacco share-cropper, she was adored and, at times, scorned by her fans. Her many film credits include such classics as THE KILLERS, SHOW BOAT, THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO, MOGAMBO and THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA. AVA & HER GUYS, set in 1966, finds a frightened Ms. Gardner ensconced in a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel, avoiding violent actor George C. Scott, who has been stalking her.Her efforts to reach third husband and the “great love” of her life, Frank Sinatra, for help have failed. Now, with a drink in her hand, Ava revisits the life choices she’s made, as well as her relationships with Sinatra, Shaw, first husband Mickey Rooney, billionaire Howard Hughes and other men that have brought her to this fragile moment.1 woman; 3 men; one set.

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River of January
River of January
He ached to fly, while she trained tirelessly for the stage. Part One of the two volume memoir, "River of January" examines the dizzying development of the Twentieth Century through the lives of Virginia farm boy, Montgomery "Chum" Chumbley in his quest to fly, and Helen Thompson, a glittering New York dancer who aspired to fame.

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Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood
Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood
In this riveting popular history, the creator of You Must Remember This probes the inner workings of Hollywood’s glamorous golden age through the stories of some of the dozens of actresses pursued by Howard Hughes, to reveal how the millionaire mogul’s obsessions with sex, power and publicity trapped, abused, or benefitted women who dreamt of screen stardom.In recent months, the media has reported on scores of entertainment figures who used their power and money in Hollywood to sexually harass and coerce some of the most talented women in cinema and television. But as Karina Longworth reminds us, long before the Harvey Weinsteins there was Howard Hughes—the Texas millionaire, pilot, and filmmaker whose reputation as a cinematic provocateur was matched only by that as a prolific womanizer.His supposed conquests between his first divorce in the late 1920s and his marriage to actress Jean Peters in 1957 included many of Hollywood’s most famous actresses, among them Billie Dove, Katharine Hepburn, Ava Gardner, and Lana Turner. From promoting bombshells like Jean Harlow and Jane Russell to his contentious battles with the censors, Hughes—perhaps more than any other filmmaker of his era—commoditized male desire as he objectified and sexualized women. Yet there were also numerous women pulled into Hughes’s grasp who never made it to the screen, sometimes virtually imprisoned by an increasingly paranoid and disturbed Hughes, who retained multitudes of private investigators, security personnel, and informers to make certain these actresses would not escape his clutches.Vivid, perceptive, timely, and ridiculously entertaining, The Seducer is a landmark work that examines women, sex, and male power in Hollywood during its golden age—a legacy that endures nearly a century later.

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In Sicilian Company II
In Sicilian Company II
"In Sicilian Company" is 98 year old Argentina Brunetti's long awaited bio-novel which spans three generations of her theatrical family, taking the reader around the world, over the last one hundred and fifty years, meeting some of the most famous and infamous personages of their time, including Emperors and Kings, Presidents and Dictators, Movie Moguls and Mafia Bosses, famous opera singers and renowned scientists plus movie stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood and the present. Beginning in the late 1800s in Sicily, Argentina enthusiastically and colorfully recounts the fascinating, outrageous and sometimes perilous encounters of her grandmother and mother, with Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria, General Pancho Villa in Mexico, Enrico Caruso in New York and Howard Hughes in Los Angeles. She tells all on many of the Hollywood Stars including Rudolph Valentino, Jerry Lewis, Joan Crawford and Carey Grant, as well as outlines the secrets to her longevity, special diets and exercise. This fast paced, feel good book has something for everyone: mystery, romance, mayhem and comedy. But most of all it’s about love and triumph over adversity. Once you start, you won't want to put it down until the very last page. “In Sicilian Company II” is the newest Kindle edition of Argentina’s original book, with the addition of many newly found photos and an update of what is and will soon be happening “In Sicilian Company”!

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Tar Baby: A fantasia about a little black dress
Tar Baby: A fantasia about a little black dress
Time is willy-nilly in this irreverent theatrical fantasia exaggerating the antics of several men entangled with a little black dress in the mid 1970’s. Characters include the Director (of the FBI,) the President of the United States, his Secretary, the Socialite who saw it all, the Rockstar who wanted to help, and the reclusive Billionaire compelled to own everything. Hilarious.

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