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Legendary Ladies. Screen Greats Vol. V. - Matranga, Stuart (Ed.)
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1981, ISBN: 093106449X

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[EAN: 9780931064494], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [SC: 3.0], [PU: Starlog Press; NY,], BETTE DAVIS; JOAN CRAWFORD; INGRID BERGMAN; VIVIEN LEIGH; BARBARA STANWYCK; SUSAN HAYWARD; SCHAUSPIELERIN; HOLLYWOOD; FILMGESCHICHTE; KINO; CINEMA, 82 S.; illustriert; gr.-8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Mit vielen Fotos. - Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward. // It was early in her career (1932) that Jack Warner, movie mogul of Warner Brothers, noticed "the magic quality that transformed this bland and not beautiful little girl into a great artist when she was playing bitchy roles.'' Ten years later the same notion was expressed more succintly in the publicity slogan for In This Our Life (1942): "No one is as good as Bette when she's bad." Throughout the incredible fifty years of her career in film, Bette Davis has epitomized the indomitable, ruthless personality of a passionate woman destined for a tragic fall. As the slatternly waitress in Of Human Bondage, the strongly-willed Southern belle injezebel, the society girl with a fatal brain tumor in Dark Victory, or the aging and vindictive movie star in All About Eve, she portrayed admirable-if not always lovable-females with minds of their own. Besides her tough in-dependence, her performances have been marked by a steely intensity which resulted in a tendency to be more frequently cast in villainous than heroic roles. At her best, however - and she often if the best - she manages to evoke characters whose multi-faceted motivation transcends the facile categories of "good" and "bad"; she can be noble. (S. 4) ISBN 093106449X Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550

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1981, ISBN: 093106449X

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Starlog Press, NY, 82 S.; illustriert; gr.-8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Mit vielen Fotos. - Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward. // It was early in her career (1932) that Jack Warner, movie mogul of Warner Brothers, noticed "the magic quality that transformed this bland and not beautiful little girl into a great artist when she was playing bitchy roles.'' Ten years later the same notion was expressed more succintly in the publicity slogan for In This Our Life (1942): "No one is as good as Bette when she's bad." Throughout the incredible fifty years of her career in film, Bette Davis has epitomized the indomitable, ruthless personality of a passionate woman destined for a tragic fall. As the slatternly waitress in Of Human Bondage, the strongly-willed Southern belle injezebel, the society girl with a fatal brain tumor in Dark Victory, or the aging and vindictive movie star in All About Eve, she portrayed admirable-if not always lovable-females with minds of their own. Besides her tough in-dependence, her performances have been marked by a steely intensity which resulted in a tendency to be more frequently cast in villainous than heroic roles. At her best, however - and she often if the best - she manages to evoke characters whose multi-faceted motivation transcends the facile categories of "good" and "bad"; she can be noble. (S. 4) ISBN 093106449X Film und Fernsehen [Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward; Schauspielerin; Hollywood; Filmgeschichte; Kino; Cinema] 1981 Wir versenden am Tag der Bestellung von Montag bis Freitag.

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1981

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82 S.; illustriert; gr.-8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Mit vielen Fotos. - Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward. // It was early in her career (1932) that Jack Warner, movie mogul of Warner Brothers, noticed "the magic quality that transformed this bland and not beautiful little girl into a great artist when she was playing bitchy roles.'' Ten years later the same notion was expressed more succintly in the publicity slogan for In This Our Life (1942): "No one is as good as Bette when she's bad." Throughout the incredible fifty years of her career in film, Bette Davis has epitomized the indomitable, ruthless personality of a passionate woman destined for a tragic fall. As the slatternly waitress in Of Human Bondage, the strongly-willed Southern belle injezebel, the society girl with a fatal brain tumor in Dark Victory, or the aging and vindictive movie star in All About Eve, she portrayed admirable-if not always lovable-females with minds of their own. Besides her tough in-dependence, her performances have been marked by a steely intensity which resulted in a tendency to be more frequently cast in villainous than heroic roles. At her best, however - and she often if the best - she manages to evoke characters whose multi-faceted motivation transcends the facile categories of "good" and "bad"; she can be noble. (S. 4) ISBN 093106449X Versand D: 3,00 EUR Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward; Schauspielerin; Hollywood; Filmgeschichte; Kino; Cinema, [PU:Starlog Press; NY,]

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Legendary Ladies. Screen Greats Vol. V. - libro usado

1981, ISBN: 093106449X

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Starlog Press, NY, 82 S.; illustriert; gr.-8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Mit vielen Fotos. - Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward. // It was early in her career (1932) that Jack Warner, movie mogul of Warner Brothers, noticed "the magic quality that transformed this bland and not beautiful little girl into a great artist when she was playing bitchy roles.`` Ten years later the same notion was expressed more succintly in the publicity slogan for In This Our Life (1942): "No one is as good as Bette when she`s bad." Throughout the incredible fifty years of her career in film, Bette Davis has epitomized the indomitable, ruthless personality of a passionate woman destined for a tragic fall. As the slatternly waitress in Of Human Bondage, the strongly-willed Southern belle injezebel, the society girl with a fatal brain tumor in Dark Victory, or the aging and vindictive movie star in All About Eve, she portrayed admirable-if not always lovable-females with minds of their own. Besides her tough in-dependence, her performances have been marked by a steely intensity which resulted in a tendency to be more frequently cast in villainous than heroic roles. At her best, however - and she often if the best - she manages to evoke characters whose multi-faceted motivation transcends the facile categories of "good" and "bad"; she can be noble. (S. 4) ISBN 093106449XFilm und Fernsehen [Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward; Schauspielerin; Hollywood; Filmgeschichte; Kino; Cinema] 1981

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Legendary Ladies. Screen Greats Vol. V. - libro usado

1981, ISBN: 093106449X

ID: OR27545801 (1044422)

Starlog Press, NY, 82 S.; illustriert; gr.-8°; kart. Gutes Ex. - Mit vielen Fotos. - Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward. // It was early in her career (1932) that Jack Warner, movie mogul of Warner Brothers, noticed "the magic quality that transformed this bland and not beautiful little girl into a great artist when she was playing bitchy roles.'' Ten years later the same notion was expressed more succintly in the publicity slogan for In This Our Life (1942): "No one is as good as Bette when she's bad." Throughout the incredible fifty years of her career in film, Bette Davis has epitomized the indomitable, ruthless personality of a passionate woman destined for a tragic fall. As the slatternly waitress in Of Human Bondage, the strongly-willed Southern belle injezebel, the society girl with a fatal brain tumor in Dark Victory, or the aging and vindictive movie star in All About Eve, she portrayed admirable-if not always lovable-females with minds of their own. Besides her tough in-dependence, her performances have been marked by a steely intensity which resulted in a tendency to be more frequently cast in villainous than heroic roles. At her best, however - and she often if the best - she manages to evoke characters whose multi-faceted motivation transcends the facile categories of "good" and "bad"; she can be noble. (S. 4) ISBN 093106449XFilm und Fernsehen [Bette Davis; Joan Crawford; Ingrid Bergman; Vivien Leigh; Barbara Stanwyck; Susan Hayward; Schauspielerin; Hollywood; Filmgeschichte; Kino; Cinema] 1981

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