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His Assistant Serials

Author: Sharon Cummin
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ISBN: 9781974439911
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Warning: This story contains content which is intended for readers over the age of 18. The one person I loved most in the world was gone. What was I going to do? I had given up the last two years to take care of my mom and be with her until her last breath. She was my best friend. At twenty-one, I was going back to school. That was what she had wanted for me. I was determined to own my own company one day. It was important to her that I finish school, and I wanted to make her proud. My father had passed away before she could tell him she was pregnant. She had given up so much to raise me alone. I knew she would have done anything for me. The day after her funeral, I found a box in the attic with my name on it. She told me about the box the day before she passed, but I promised her I would wait to open it. When I opened the box, I found a letter on top. There was nothing that could have prepared me for what I was about to read. As I read the letter, tears fell from my eyes. I dropped the letter to the floor and tore through the box as I sobbed. My life would be changed forever. How could she have lied to me? How could the one person I trusted most have kept such a big secret from me? There was only one person who could answer the questions I had, and I could only think of one way to get to him. I had to get a job, and there was only one company to work for. The only thing on my mind was getting answers. One thing I didn't need were distractions. Then he came along. He was tall, built, tattooed, and oh so sexy. In a suit he looked amazing, but in jeans and a tight t-shirt he was unbelievable. Just when I thought he couldn't get any sexier, I saw him on his Harley. I was in trouble. I couldn't keep my thoughts straight. He was cocky, full of himself, and held my fate at the company in his hands. One minute I couldn't stand him, and the next I wanted him more than I had ever wanted anything. Would I be able to get the answers I desperately needed before tall, dark, and sexy turned my world upside down?

Encyclopedia Of American Film Serials

Author: Geoff Mayer
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476627193
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From their heyday in the 1910s to their lingering demise in the 1950s, American film serials delivered excitement in weekly installments for millions of moviegoers, despite minuscule budgets, nearly impossible shooting schedules and the disdain of critics. Early heroines like Pearl White, Helen Holmes and Ruth Roland broke gender barriers and ruled the screen. Through both world wars, such serials as Spy Smasher and Batman were vehicles for propaganda. Smash hits like Flash Gordon and The Lone Ranger demonstrated the enduring mass appeal of the genre. Providing insight into early 20th century American culture, this book analyzes four decades of productions from Pathé, Universal, Mascot and Columbia, and all 66 Republic serials.

Science Fiction Serials

Author: Roy Kinnard
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786437456
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Destination Moon; George Pal's 1950 Technicolor epic, is generally cited as the first noteworthy science fiction film. Usually ignored or casually dismissed in genre histories are the serials, the low-budget chapterplays exhibited as Saturday matinee fare and targeted almost exclusively at children. Lacking stars and top-notch writers or directors, the serials went largely unnoticed and unacknowledged by either critics or by the film industry. Yet serials were financially important to the Hollywood studios, and were often free to exploit risky or outlandish subjects that producers of "distinguished" movies would not touch. Influential serials such as The Phantom Empire (1935) and Flash Gordon (1936) finally brought science fiction themes to the big screen. Those serials and 29 others are exhaustively covered in this work, which provides complete cast and credit information along with plot descriptions and historical commentary for each serial. Video distributors (if available) are also listed.

Serials And Series

Author: Buck Rainey
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476604487
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While many fans remember The Lone Ranger, Ace Drummond and others, fewer focus on the facts that serials had their roots in silent film and that many foreign studios also produced serials, though few made it to the United States. The 471 serials and 100 series (continuing productions without the cliffhanger endings) from the United States and 136 serials and 37 series from other countries are included in this comprehensive reference work. Each entry includes title, country of origin, year, studio, number of episodes, running time or number of reels, episode titles, cast, production credits, and a plot synopsis.

In The Nick Of Time

Author: William C. Cline
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786404711
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By the famous Big Reel columnist: the story of serials from Universal's 1930 The Indians Are Coming to Columbia's 1956 Blazing the Overland Trail. Fifteen fascinating chapters explain the importance of "cliffhangers" to the industry as audience builders and "product leaders." The serials provided training for actors and served as a "technical university" for people who later made the television industry work. An appendix lists in order of release all of the sound serials from 1930 through 1956, showing titles, releasing companies, chapter titles, directors and several cast members. Superb photographs.

His Assistant Part 1

Author: Sharon Cummin
Publisher: Sharon Cummin
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Warning: This story contains content which is intended for readers over the age of 18. The one person I loved most in the world was gone. What was I going to do? I had given up the last two years to take care of my mom and be with her until her last breath. She was my best friend. At twenty-one, I was going back to school. That was what she had wanted for me. I was determined to own my own company one day. It was important to her that I finish school, and I wanted to make her proud. My father had passed away before she could tell him she was pregnant. She had given up so much to raise me alone. I knew she would have done anything for me. The day after her funeral, I found a box in the attic with my name on it. She told me about the box the day before she passed, but I promised her I would wait to open it. When I opened the box, I found a letter on top. There was nothing that could have prepared me for what I was about to read. As I read the letter, tears fell from my eyes. I dropped the letter to the floor and tore through the box as I sobbed. My life would be changed forever. How could she have lied to me? How could the one person I trusted most have kept such a big secret from me? There was only one person who could answer the questions I had, and I could only think of one way to get to him. I had to get a job, and there was only one company to work for. The only thing on my mind was getting answers. One thing I didn't need were distractions. Then he came along. He was tall, built, tattooed, and oh so sexy. In a suit he looked amazing, but in jeans and a tight t-shirt he was unbelievable. Just when I thought he couldn't get any sexier, I saw him on his Harley. I was in trouble. I couldn't keep my thoughts straight. He was cocky, full of himself, and held my fate at the company in his hands. One minute I couldn't stand him, and the next I wanted him more than I had ever wanted anything. Would I be able to get the answers I desperately needed before tall, dark, and sexy turned my world upside down? This is part 1 of a 3 part serial. His Assistant, Part 2 will be available in February 2015. His Assistant, Part 3 will be available in early April 2015.

Managing The Preservation Of Serial Literature

Author: Merrily A. Smith
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110970988
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The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the information profession. The series IFLA Publications deals with many of the means through which libraries, information centres, and information professionals worldwide can formulate their goals, exert their influence as a group, protect their interests, and find solutions to global problems.

Serials Management In Libraries

Author: Muhammad Riaz
Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788171563326
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It Is The First Comprehensive Work Which Covers Every Aspect Of Serials Management To Meet The Academic Need Of Students And Teachers Of Library Science And Serve As Guide For Serials Librarians.After Definiting What Constitutes Serials And Tracing Their Historical De¬Velopment, The Work Concentrates On The Acquisition Policy And Systems. Various Systems Of Serials Control And Organization Have Been Examined. Technical Aspects Like Classification/Cataloguing Have Been Deeply Studied, And Different Methods Of Display And Forms Of Storage Examined In Details. Almost Every Aspect Of Reference Ser¬Vice Through Serials Including Docu¬Mentation, Indexing And Abstracting Aids Have Been Covered. Organization Of Government Documents Gets Special Attention. Usefulness Of Microforms As Surrogate Of Print Serial Publications Is Discussed. Finally, The Use Of Com¬Puter For Serials Control Has Been Elaborately Explained.

The Flash Gordon Serials 1936 1940

Author: Roy Kinnard,
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786455003
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Flash Gordon, Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars and Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe, the most expensive and popular movie serials ever made, have been favorites of movie and comic fans for decades. The original 1936 serial, designated a cultural treasure, was selected for inclusion in the National Film Registry in 1996. Arranged in a chapter-by-chapter format conforming to the structure of the three original serials, the work provides full cast and crew information, plot synopses, and production notes for all 40 episodes. The work also has a wealth of background information and 159 photographs, along with comments from cast members interviewed—Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, and Carroll Borland. Appendices provide an overview of the serial Buck Rogers (1939), select filmographies for 50 of the most prominent Flash Gordon cast and crew, and a complete list of the serials' film and television remakes.