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Fri Mar 21 17:12:02 2014 UTClccn-n791090020.06Tallulah Bankhead : the darling of the theater /0.251.00Tallulah in Heaven49485577Tallulah_Bankheadn 79109002340902Bankhead, Tallulah Brockman 1902-1968Brockman Bankhead, Tallulah, 1902-1968lccn-n79027022Hitchcock, Alfred1899-1980prfflmdrtctblccn-n84215002Cronyn, Humeprfactlccn-n78089065Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporationprolccn-n78080685Bendix, William1906-1964prfctbactlccn-no96046050Hodiak, Johnprflccn-n78013110Angel, Heather1909-1986prfviaf-284101667Lee, Canadaprflccn-n79091294Israel, Leelccn-n79081460Steinbeck, John1902-1968antlccn-no96013286Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, IncBankhead, Tallulah1902-1968DramaBiographyFilm adaptationsJuvenile worksFictionSurvival filmsThrillers (Motion pictures)Detective and mystery filmsHistoryFilm and video adaptationsBankhead, Tallulah,United StatesActorsWorld War (1939-1945)Shipwreck survivalMotion picture actors and actressesPopular cultureSex customsCunard, Nancy,ArtistsLempicka, Tamara de,CelebritiesSex roleFitzgerald, Zelda,Baker, Josephine,Women--Social life and customsCooper, Diana,WomenCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodUnmarried mothersKing, Rufus,Carroll, EarlFornicationGrey, Schuyler EFergusson, Harvey,NudityAlcoholismEmbezzlementActressesWomen detectivesFairy talesPopular musicMan-woman relationshipsSteinbeck, John,Big band musicSwing (Music)Motion picturesJazzRadio adaptationsRadio playsManners and customsAndersen, H. C.--(Hans Christian),NazisSea controlCourtshipMagicImaginationAlabamaNineteen twentiesWomen--Social conditions190219681927193119321933193419371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581960196119621963196419651966196819711972197319741975197719781979198019821983198519871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320149895263414791.4372PN1997ocn318451919ocn030873256ocn641307708ocn781373092ocn049632427ocn022258457ocn842456674ocn691808563ocn745213962ocn141382923ocn052219100ocn028468989ocn052006704ocn005931765ocn003980626ocn008621112ocn008947584ocn035864370ocn021719928ocn005123505ocn053794049ocn047909487ocn680083404ocn044701968ocn062471945ocn753962632ocn658378384ocn868293903156947ocn061281777visu19440.23Hitchcock, AlfredLifeboatDramaFilm and video adaptationsSurvival filmsFilm adaptationsWhen their vessel is torpedoed in the Atlantic Ocean during WWII, eight survivors find refuge in a lifeboat. Short on food and water, their situation is further complicated when they rescue a crew member from the German submarine that sank their ship2863ocn318451919visu20090.25Pre-code Hollywood collectionDramaFilm adaptationsTorch singer: Claudette Colbert plays a sexy radio chanteuse who passes her time with an entourage of drunken debauched friends while raising her child born out of wedlock. The Code prohibited stories of illicit love and drunkenness1633ocn052219100visu19660.08The daydreamerJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm adaptationsYoung Hans Christian Andersen falls asleep and dreams some of his most famous fairy tales1303ocn046327946visu20010.35The best of big bands & swingPresents ten musical shorts along with bonus performances providing an opportunity to see and hear the best in the big band era831ocn045883041rcrd20000.16The best of old time radioPresents a collection of eight complete and unedited radio shows from various radio programs, originally broadcast during the golden age of radio and now digitally restored and remastered+-+4837465206651ocn262559015visu20080.31Alfred Hitchcock premiere collectionDetective and mystery filmsThrillers (Motion pictures)Collection of feature films directed by Alfred Hitchcock333ocn052006704rcrd20020.15Notorious+-+2539465206304ocn086071462visu20010.19Borzage, FrankStage Door CanteenHistoryDramaSlim love story set at the Stage Door Canteen in New York during World War II. Shows a typical afternoon's entertainment for the men in uniform2815ocn220751695book19520.35Bankhead, TallulahTallulah : my autobiographyBiography+-+7081153206271ocn053219757visu20030.23Die! Die! My darling!DramaFilm adaptationsWhile in rural England, Pat Carroll decides to pay a courtesy call on the mother of her dead fianceĢ Stephen, who was killed in an auto accident several years earlier. The overbearing Mrs. Trefoile is very controlling and presses Pat to stay overnight and go to church with her in the morning. In short order, her guest becomes her prisoner as the religious fanatic uses her servants to enforce her will. When Pat tells her that she wasn't going through with the marriage and that Stephen actually committed suicide, Mrs. Trefoile decides to starve her into obedient submission. Her only hope is that Alan, her current fiance, will rescue her171ocn801416790visu20120.10Vintage HollywoodDramaThe inspector general: A corrupt village wrongly suspects the idiot assistant of a medicine-show operator of being the emperor's omnipotent inspector general in disguise172ocn587510881visu20100.27Devil and the deepDrama"Cary Grant plays a lieutenant whose commanding officer (Charles Laughton) suspects him of seducing his wife (Tallulah Bankhead) when the real threat is another officer (Gary Cooper)."--Set container162ocn009823976rcrd19820.84Vintage show biz great152ocn003980626rcrd19740.27Brice, FannyBaby Snooks & Daddy"Eight broadcasts ... recorded 1938-1950."151ocn844058381visu20130.23A royal scandalDrama"Russia's Catherine the Great falls in love with a handsome young army officer who is really a revolutionary plotting her downfall"--Container152ocn037271130visu19930.14The Lucy-Desi comedy hourLucy tries to impress her new neighbor141ocn005931765rcrd19790.35Command performance121ocn046597216rcrd20000.17The vamps121ocn035780906visu19870.16Die! Die! My darling!A young American girl, Pat Carroll, travels to a quiet British village to visit the mother of her former lover who died in a car crash. Soon after she arrives she finds her host to be quite insane. Pat is imprisoned in a locked room, beaten and threatened with a gun. Who will find her before the fatal ceremony is performed?111ocn008621112rcrd19710.84A nostalgia trip to the stars, 1920-195011817ocn000308671book19720.23Israel, LeeMiss Tallulah BankheadBiography10592ocn000330911book19520.28Bankhead, TallulahTallulah: my autobiographyBiography7078ocn055645067book20040.20Lobenthal, JoelTallulah : the life and times of a leading ladyBiographyIn 1918, a 15-year-old Tallulah left her Alabama political family and fled to New York City to become a star. Four years later she was a society fixture and the most popular actress of London's West End. By the time she returned to America in the 1930s she was infamous for throwing 3-day parties and bedding her favorite actors and actresses, Drawn from previously untapped information from Scotland Yard and the FBI and having spent 25 years researching Bankhead's life, Joel Lobenthal tells her unadulterated story as told to him in exclusive interviews with 150 of her closest friends, enemies, lovers and employees+-+30894851556854ocn000570486book19720.28Gill, BrendanTallulahBiography6644ocn006042877book19720.22Brian, DenisTallulah, darling : a biography of Tallulah BankheadBiographyBiography of Tallulah Bankhead6503ocn016079995book19870.15Baxt, GeorgeThe Tallulah Bankhead murder caseFiction5435ocn000613810book19720.29Tunney, KieranTallulah: darling of the gods; an intimate portrait5343ocn844728393book20060.18Mackrell, JudithFlappers : six women of a dangerous generationHistoryBiographyThe forefront British dance critic and award-nominated author of Bloomsbury Ballerina presents a revisionist assessment of the movement that shattered the boundaries of conventional femininity through the lives of six figures that exemplified it, including Lady Diana Cooper, Nancy Cunard, Tallulah Bankhead, Zelda Fitzgerald, Josephine Baker and Tamara de Lempicka2627ocn003423575book19520.35Bankhead, TallulahTallulah : my autobiographyBiography+-+70811532062233ocn036920341book19960.23Bret, DavidTallulah Bankhead : a scandalous lifeBiography+-+60650561363241652ocn024068470book19910.73Carrier, Jeffrey LTallulah Bankhead : a bio-bibliographyBiographyBibliography+-+2709278685324872ocn042677536book19990.53Lavery, BryonyTallulah BankheadBiography+-+1796424436503ocn005673323book19790.37Rawls, EugeniaTallulah, a memoryBiography481ocn054532077book20030.17Archibald, Alecia SherardTallulah Bankhead : Alabama's bad girl starJuvenile worksBiography362ocn001959730book19740.96Campbell, SandyB : twenty-nine letters from Coconut GroveRecords and correspondenceLetters sent from Sandy Campbell to David Windham during 1959, when Campbell was rehearsing and acting in a play in Coconut Grove, Florida211ocn028083435rcrd19910.56Siegel, ArthurTallulahMusic181ocn020032082book19890.06Patrick, Pamela CowieTallulah Bankhead : the darling of the theaterJuvenile worksBiographyFollows the life of the strong-willed actress who dared to be different, brave, and unusual163ocn004506623rcrd19710.32Bankhead, TallulahCloseup on Tallulah BankheadBiographyThe legendary stage personality discusses her life and acting. Miss Bankhead examines her usage of timing and delivery as ways of achieving audience rapport51ocn009056101book19780.97Tallulah : University of Southern California, March 25, 197721ocn068962847rcrd1.00Greer, MichaelTallulah in HeavenHumor+-+4837465206+-+4837465206Fri Mar 21 16:12:36 EDT 2014batch27137