Handsome Heroes And Vicious Villains

Author: Ed Hulse
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530966257
Size: 34.58 MB
Format: PDF
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This companion volume to DISTRESSED DAMSELS AND MASKED MARAUDERS continues Ed Hulse's history of the silent-era movie serial. It covers the "chapter plays" released by such companies as Universal, Vitagraph, Mutual, Paramount, Arrow, Mascot, Rayart, and members of the Edison Trust. The fascinating history of these pioneering productions - more than 190 episodic thrillers made between 1914 and 1929 - is told in 160,000 words and illustrated with hundreds of rare vintage photos, posters, lobby cards, magazine ads, and even frame blowups from surviving film elements. The product of nearly 25 years of research, HANDSOME HEROES AND VICIOUS VILLAINS is the last word on this unique form of American film entertainment.

Top 10 Worst Vicious Villains

Author: Jim Pipe
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library
ISBN: 9781433966972
Size: 60.12 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Looks at the exploits and reputations of ten of the most notorious highwaymen, rustlers, bank robbers, cannibals, cutthroats, and body snatchers throughout history.

Top 10 Worst Vicious Villains You Wouldn T Want To Know About

Author: Jim Pipe
ISBN: 9781908177315
Size: 44.93 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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From gun-wielding gangsters to dangerous outlaws of the Wild West, meet the biggest baddies in history and discover how they tortured and terrified their way to the top in Top Ten Worst Vicious Villains. Who was the head of a cursed tribe of killers? Who drank their victims' blood as well as bathing in it? Who killed countless travellers as a sacrifice to a goddess? Find out the answers to these questions plus discover the grim truth behind many more worst of the worst.

Henry Brandon King Of The Bogeymen The Vicious Villain Of Vintage Cinema

Author: Bill Cassara
Publisher: BearManor Media
Size: 60.97 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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You’ve seen him stand shoulder to shoulder with John Wayne as Indian Chief Scar in “The Searchers”, as the insidious Fu Manchu with world domination desires and as Barnaby, the wicked nemesis to Laurel & Hardy in “Babes In Toyland.” What you might not know is the versatile Henry Brandon essayed a variety of characters in film, television and a stage career that spanned 55 years amassing over 200 roles. Authors Bill Cassara and Richard S. Greene team up to unveil Brandon’s career highlights as one of America’s most despicable villains and best character actors. As the vivid Hollywood story of this master craftsman unfolds, listen for Barnaby’s evil laughter echoing in the background.

Horrible Histories Top 50 Villains

Author: Terry Deary
Publisher: Scholastic UK
ISBN: 1407165739
Size: 39.50 MB
Format: PDF
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Top 50 Villains is packed full of foul facts and loathsome lists all about vile villains. From gangs of gangsters to maniacs who massacre, meet the biggest baddies in history and discover how they tortured and terrified their way to the top. Find out whose savage speciality was nostril-splitting, which evil emperor served up guts in gold dishes, whose axe-murdering antics were turned into a ballet and much more. It's all you need to know about villains - all the gore and more!

Surveillance In Asian Cinema

Author: Karen Fang
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317298802
Size: 75.23 MB
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Critical theory and popular wisdom are rife with images of surveillance as an intrusive, repressive practice often suggestively attributed to eastern powers and opposed to western liberalism. Hollywood-dominated global media has long promulgated a geopoliticized east-west axis of freedom vs. control. This book focuses on Asian and Asia-based films and cinematic traditions obscured by lopsided western hegemonic discourse and—more specifically—probes these films’ treatments of a phenomenon that western film often portrays with neo-orientalist hysteria. Exploring recent and historical movies made in post-social and anti-Communist societies such as China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam and South Korea, the book picks up on the political and economic concerns implicitly underlying Sinophobic and anti-Communist Asian images in Hollywood films while also considering how these societies and states depict the issues of centralization, militarization and technological innovation so often figured as distinctive of the difference between eastern despotism and western liberalism.

Integrating Children S Literature Through The Common Core State Standards

Author: Rachel L. Wadham
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610696093
Size: 52.82 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Implementation of the Common Core State Standards with the integration of children's literature can transform teaching and learning into a holistic and engaging experience. • Offers an easy-to-understand explanation of the CCSS • Defines and explains the CCSS three-prong approach to text complexity • Provides usable lesson and unit plans • Explains how to use children's literature as a primary tool for implementing the CCSS


Author: V. E. Schwab
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0765335344
Size: 72.67 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Ten years after an experiment designed to tap a human's supernatural abilities goes terribly wrong, Victor breaks out of prison and resolves to track down his former roommate, Eli, who resolves to eradicate the world's super-powered people.

Drawing Dangerous Villains

Author: William Potter
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1508154600
Size: 59.41 MB
Format: PDF
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What makes a villain truly vile? Threatening postures, creepy color schemes, and dastardly weapons are a good place to start creating bad people! This ultimate guide teaches readers how to craft the perfect villains to oppose their heroic characters. They�ll learn crucial storytelling techniques, such as how to find their villain�s Achilles heel. Readers will also play with light, shadows, and other essential artistic skills. Simple step-by-step instructions and useful tips from professional artists make difficult concepts accessible and fun. With these tools to create vicious villains and epic destruction, readers will feel empowered to take their own comics to the next level!