... 76 Reckless Ranger, 199 Red Desert, 11, 163 Red Raiders, 10 Red Rider, The (1934) (serial), 390 Red River, 233, ... 282 Riders of Death Valley (serial), 88, 254 Riders of Destiny, 463 Riders of the Badlands, 195 Riders of the Dawn ...
Author: John Brooker
John Brooker writes in his Introduction: "B westerns have always been part of my life. I decided ... to tour the US by Greyhound bus and try and track down some of my childhood heroes." From that and subsequent trips, Brooker began to write books, magazine columns, and even a TV series ("Movie Memories"). This book contains his interviews with the actors and other research on the B westerns. Fully illustrated.
... 241, 242 Ride Vaquero 197 Rider of Death Valley 28, 93, 94, 133 Riders from Tucson 176 Riders in the Sky 160 “Riders in the Sky” (song) 160 Riders of Destiny 37 Riders of the Dawn (1937) 61, 132 Riders of the Dawn (1945) 132 Riders ...
Author: Barrie Hanfling
Over the past century, the western has fluctuated in popularity. By 2010 it has come to stand, to the dismay of many, at one of its lowest points. Beginning with 1929 and the advent of talkies (In Old Arizona), the author discusses the cultural and industry trends, the directors, producers, studios and especially the stars, and looks at the ways in which their personalities (and financial ups and downs) affected the way westerns were shot. The improvements in technology through the years, the trick horses, the fistfight choreography, the evolution of plotlines--these are fascinating indicators of the way Americans themselves were changing.
One conspicuous example would be Riders of the Dawn, where the younger sister of the hero's girlfriend is mercilessly chased down and murdered by a fiendish radical tramp—reminding one of the scene in The Birth of a Nation (D.W. ...
Author: Michael Slade Shull
This work identifies 436 American silent films released between 1909 and 1929 that engaged the issues of militant labor and revolutionary radicalism. It begins with an extended introduction and analytical chapters that investigate the ways in which the American motion picture industry portrayed the interrelationships between labor radicals, exploitative capitalists, socialist idealists and Bolsheviks during this critical twenty-year period. Each entry contains a detailed plot synopsis, citations to primary sources, coding indicating the presence or absence of 14 predominant discernible biases (including anti- and pro-capitalism, socialism, revolution and labor), and subject coding keyed to 64 related terms and concepts (including agitators, Bolshevism, bombs, female radicals, militias, mobs, political refugees, and strikes). These statistical data included in the filmography are presented in a series of charts and are fully integrated into the historical-critical text. Total number and percentage statistics for the instances of these coded biases and traits are given per year, per era, and overall.
... Elias 1940 Covered Wagon Days * Gomez , Augie 1932 The Fourth Horseman [ note ] 1933 The California Trail 1936 The Arizona Raiders 1937 Riders of the Dawn [ note ] The Singing Buckaroo [ note ] 1938 Rollin ' Plains 1939 Blue Montana ...
Author: American Film Institute
Publisher: Univ of California Press
The entire field of film historians awaits the AFI volumes with eagerness.--Eileen Bowser, Museum of Modern Art Film Department Comments on previous volumes: The source of last resort for finding socially valuable . . . films that received such scant attention that they seem 'lost' until discovered in the AFI Catalog.--Thomas Cripps Endlessly absorbing as an excursion into cultural history and national memory.--Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
magical secret society in the world, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Waite hired Pamela to illustrate his “rectified” tarot deck. The Golden Dawn's monumental impact is still felt today though it existed for only a brief period ...
Author: Sasha Graham
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Discover the Fascinating History and Divinatory Power of the 20th Century's Most Popular Tarot Deck Originally published in 1909 to little fanfare, the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot went on to become the bestselling tarot deck of all time. This complete guide shares the compelling story of the deck's creation, a complete analysis of what each card means, and 78 spreads to help you integrate each card's unique spiritual energy. Discover how artist Pamela Colman Smith and occultist Arthur Waite combined their knowledge of astrology, Kabbalah, metaphysics, mythology, and theater to realize their profound vision. Llewellyn's Complete Book of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot delves deeply into the roots of these influential cards, exploring how Waite and Smith brought together an enchanting set of esoteric symbols and formed a magical deck that has guided, inspired, validated, and challenged the countless readers and seekers who have sought its wisdom.
... as the Riders arrive at dawn before Gondor, when the King of the Nazgûl confronts Gandalf with his 'nothingness', the horns of Rohan are blowing.630 This moment seems to be so important that it is even described once again, ...
Author: Peri Sipahi
Publisher: Tectum Wissenschaftsverlag
J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings is one of the most popular works of fiction of the twentieth century and beyond. It has been sold over 100 million times in different countries around the world and has been translated into more than 30 languages. One of the factors responsible for its popularity is the feeling that the story is more than just fantasy. Peri Sipahi tries to get a grip on the topics and references 'simmering beneath the surface', using the example of the Rohirrim – their language and society – and Tolkien's own ideas of what a good story is like. Scholars widely agree that the Rohirrim are to a greater part modelled after the Anglo-Saxons. Yet, what exactly makes the people of Rohan resemble the Anglo-Saxons, and what differences can be found?