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Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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"X, Light and breezy, wise and witty, these books prove that queers at play do not
live by boom box alone By Robert L. Pela & Anne Stockwell ... Bruised Fruit by
Anna Livia (Firebrand, $13.95) This comic novel's strong suit is its well-drawn,
amusing characters. ... Killer in Drag by Ed Wood Jr. (Four Walls Eight Windows,
$9.95) Get this: Glen is a hit man who becomes Glenda when it's time to do the
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Glenda Riley. the Annie they thought it wanted, and they were obviously right.
The show ran for three years, for a total of 1,159 ... Also in 1948, a comic book
released by National Comics in New York presented Annie as a feminine,
glamorous figure ... She singlehandedly destroyed a violent gang and cleaned
up Boom City.
Author: Glenda Riley
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
With a widowed mother and six siblings, Annie Oakley first became a trapper, hunter, and sharpshooter simply to put food on the table. Yet her genius with the gun eventually led to her stardom in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show during the latter half of the nineteenth century. The archetypal western woman, Annie Oakley urged women to take up shooting to procure food, protect themselves, and enjoy healthy exercise, yet she was also the proper Victorian lady, demurely dressed and skeptical about the value of women’s suffrage. Glenda Riley presents the first interpretive biography of the complex woman who was Annie Oakley.
Centrestage, up and down the bill, were the comics – some brash and flashy,
some shy and reserved, some piebald and pinguid – full of jokes ... The sand
dance performed by Morecambe and Wise and Glenda Jackson in their
celebrated 'Cleopatra' sketch was a homage to the great ... they had no children
sweet/He was fifty and fat/She was fatter than that/So n'ere the twain will meet –
Author: Graham McCann
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
The dual biography of the great British comedy double-act and the rise and fall of mass audience television by the respected biographer of Cary Grant .
Syndicates By Lenora Williamson “ Marvin " , age 6 mos . , is a comics star The
idea for a comic strip starring a " Marvin " figures ... for in the February , BUT I
THINK IVE JUST 1981 , issue of Newsweek — it was a story about the 80's baby
boom among women in their thirties . ... Armstrong also draws the comic strip
Cartoonist Tom Armstrong is no new The cartoonist and his wife , Glenda , John
Darling ' ' ...
Directory of interactive products and services included as section 2 of a regular issue annually, 1995-
A Study of the Federal Theatre of 1935-1939 Glenda Eloise Gill. narrow choice
between the comic stereotype of the black buffoon , the pathetic lay - figure of
Uncle Tom or his more modern ... With the waning of the Harlem Renaissance
and the onset of the Great Depression , black actors , who even in boom times
had not ...
Author: Glenda Eloise Gill
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
This theatre history work is an appraisal of the artistic and political impact of the Federal Theatre of The Great Depression on the careers of representative black actors. These include Canada Lee, Rex Ingram and Dooley Wilson. As an icebreaker, the Federal Theatre made it possible for black actors and audiences to enjoy benefits unknown previously: union protection, a theatre for the masses, a reduction of the stereotype, visibility that led to Broadway and to Hollywood, and an ensemble spirit. In spite of the tragedies of the WPA Project, there were significant triumphs.
Author: Tom Milne
Publisher: Time Out Guides
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