Posts Tagged ‘producer’

Lonesome Rhodes, Will Stockade, and Andy Taylor

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

RemingtonCorruption rooted in ego, fame, and power forms the foundation for A Face in the Crowd, a 1957 film; Budd Schulberg wrote the screenplay based on his short story The Arkansas Traveler.

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The Yellow Brick Road Goes Through Minneapolis

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

RemingtonTake a sweet, innocent, and wide-eyed young woman from the Midwest and put her in an encounter with three men.  One is fairly wooden, showing emotions rarely.  One does not have much in the way of intelligence, common sense, or decorum.  One growls a lot, but is rather cowardly in certain instances.

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“L.A. Law” Retrospective (Part 6 of 8)

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

In Teleliteracy is Here…So Telefriend, Chapter 14 of his 1992 book Teleliteracy, television critic David Bianculli raises the issue of television programming rivaling literature for intelligence.

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Auditing Your Media Library or Archive of Video, Film, and Audio

Thursday, June 28th, 2012

The journey of auditing a media library or media archive begins with a single step. And that step is knowing what you have.

Think of a media library as a ship. Before leaving the dock, you conduct a stem-to-stern inspection. The galley must be stocked with food, the radio equipment must be in working order, and the ship must be seaworthy.

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