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We'll Always Have Paris: The Definitive Guide to Great Lines from the Movies e-book

Author:

Gwendolyn Wright Nowlan,Robert A. Nowlan

Language:

English

Category:

Photo

Subcategory:

Performing Arts

ePub size:

1338 kb

Other formats:

mobi doc mbr lrf

Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Perennial (October 1, 1995)

Pages:

832

ISBN:

0062725068

We'll Always Have Paris: The Definitive Guide to Great Lines from the Movies e-book

by Gwendolyn Wright Nowlan,Robert A. Nowlan


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WeÕll Always Have the Movies reveals how film after film repeated the narratives, character types, and rhetoric that made the war and each AmericanÕs role in it comprehensible

WeÕll Always Have the Movies reveals how film after film repeated the narratives, character types, and rhetoric that made the war and each AmericanÕs role in it comprehensible Pre-Pearl Harbor films such as Sergeant York, Foreign Correspondent, and The Great Dictator established the rationale for the war in Europe. After the United States entered the war, films such as Air Force, So Proudly We Hail! and Back to Bataan conveyed reasons for . involvement in the Pacific. The Hitler Gang, Sahara, and Bataan defined our enemies; and Mrs. Miniver, Mission to Moscow, and Dragon Seed defined our allies.

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We'll Always Have Paris may refer to: A famous line in Casablanca (film), 43rd on AFI's 100 Years. We'll Always Have Paris" (Star Trek: The Next Generation), a 1988 television episode. We'll Always Have Paris: Stories, a 2009 book by Ray Bradbury. We'll Always Have Paris: Sex and Love in the City of Light, a 2006 nonfiction book by John Baxter. We'll Always Have Paris", a 1996 song by the Cherry Poppin' Daddies off the album Kids on the Street.

Home Ray Bradbury We'll Always Have Paris: Stories. Do you see my shrine for the Virgin Mary?’ Pietro pointed. And here, on the wall, a framed letter from the archbishop’s secretary himself, saying what good I’ve done for the poor! Once, I was rich, I had property, a hotel

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Title: We'll Always Have Paris (30 Apr 1988). Jean-Luc Picard is largely focused on Paul's younger wife Jenice, once Jean-Luc's fiancée, whom he dumped in Paris for his Starfleet dream.

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This ultimate compilation of more than 11,000 of the most memorable lines ever uttered on the silver screen is categorized under 900 subjects and includes the title of the film, speaker of the line, production company, year of release, and, when appropriate, a brief comment putting the quotation into context.
Siatanni
The book is sooo big and has sooo much information. I can't find the things I'm really interested in. But it is comprehensive!
Gavinranadar
You would only be looking at this book if you love the movies, and if you love the movies, this is a book for you. The sheer volume of quotes is quite amazing. From the obscure to the well known and loved. It's a great book for compiling quiz questions or to simply flick through if you have a lazy moment. The very nature of the ever evolving movies means that of course it will quite quickly become out of date, but never obsolete as the quotes from these movies are timeless.
Monin
The more than 11,000 quotes in this book, consecutively numbered, are listed under 900 subject categories, as for instance Bodies, Money, etc. Within a subject category, the quotes are ordered by the year of release of the movie in which they appear.
This book provides the reader with a massive collection of motion picture quotations.

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