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Fri Mar 21 17:14:00 2014 UTClccn-n810366200.00Recordings 1956-19690.231.00Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel collection,67782328Estelle_Parsonsn 81036620582255Parsons, Estelle Margaret 1927-lccn-n78029651Beatty, Warren1937-prdprfdrtactcstcmplccn-n79065766Parker, Bonnie1910-1934lccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n89665431Benton, Robertscewamaudlccn-n95002052Newman, David1937-2003scewamlccn-n86140899Dunaway, Fayecstprfactlccn-n79090078Penn, Arthur1922-2010iveprfflmdrtlccn-n77005757Guffey, Burnettphtlccn-n50028315Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967)lccn-n88226404Pollard, Michael J.cstprfactParsons, EstelleDramaFilm adaptationsFictionJuvenile worksHistoryInterviewsTelevision playsCriticism, interpretation, etcTelevision plays, AmericanFilm and video adaptationsParker, Bonnie,Barrow, Clyde,United StatesTracy, Dick (Fictitious character)Bank robberiesGangsBrigands and robbersTheaterKing Richard III (Shakespeare, William)World's Columbian ExpositionBuffalo Bill,Illinois--ChicagoRussell, Lillian,FamiliesMan-woman relationshipsWhite House (Washington, D.C.)DepressionsWomen household employeesPresidentsPresidents' spousesWomen, BlackCriminalsMiller, Arthur,Television playsOperas, ArrangedWomen teachersMothers and daughtersNew EnglandSingle women--PsychologySingle women--Conduct of lifeLove-lettersTime travelAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Fathers and sonsIrelandCivil War (Ireland : 1922-1923)MonologuesRace discriminationTolerationPrejudicesIdentity (Psychology)Police corruptionDistilling, IllicitSheriffsShakespeare, William,TelepathyPrecognitionWidowsClairvoyanceUsury1927195719591963196419671968196919701971197319741976197719791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062008200920102011201211246158327791.4372PN1995.9.G3ocn049575461ocn028907955ocn040642917ocn144590307ocn056520009ocn064552530ocn016902561ocn711888487ocn037542351ocn809369214ocn038541348ocn007508251ocn006606992ocn006705141ocn004938176ocn022586126ocn022372253ocn028371256ocn005851096ocn028385743ocn082125354ocn056089683ocn212631296ocn173258425ocn319175666ocn079450439ocn079459547ocn825075581ocn036764606ocn081126806ocn148062881ocn148074824ocn148060695ocn148061205ocn132787767ocn148053024ocn148075211ocn132785925ocn148053258ocn148053495ocn052826346ocn061525345ocn042361263ocn078968703ocn234237903ocn318454496ocn144684393ocn084948313ocn080794102ocn123527526ocn220005360ocn039846235ocn079469373345155ocn042930701visu19670.23Penn, ArthurBonnie and ClydeFictionDramaThe story of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, who robbed banks across the country during the Depression era9814ocn049575461visu19900.18Beatty, WarrenDick TracyDramaG-man Dick Tracy battles top crime figure The Lame One in San Francisco+-+511554300632493112ocn036819193visu19960.29Pacino, AlLooking for RichardHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaFilm adaptationsShakespeare's gripping drama of power, lust and betrayal becomes accessible to a broader audience. The camera follows the cast and crew throughout rehearsals, eavesdropping on the behind-the-scenes process that goes into creating characters and mounting a production+-+67969484253247477ocn040642917visu19890.12The love letterHistoryFictionDramaWhen Scotty discovers a poignant letter written by a mysterious woman called Lizzie, he cannot get her out of his mind. Putting thoughts of his upcoming wedding aside, he is compelled to write Lizzie a letter of his own. A romantic correspondence ensues and flourishes into a love so powerful, not even a century and a half can keep them apart. Spanning an era from the Civil War to the present day, the perils of Lizzie's war torn present threaten her passage into the future. Would their love be strong enough to endure the test of time?+-+58237492063246446ocn051071927rcrd20020.06Peck, RichardFair weatherJuvenile worksFictionIn 1893, thirteen-year-old Rosie and members of her family travel from their Illinois farm to Chicago to visit Aunt Euterpe and attend the World's Columbian Exposition which, along with an encounter with Buffalo Bill and Lillian Russell, turns out to be a life-changing experience for everyone+-+66045725354498ocn050857081visu19710.35Miller, ArthurA memory of two MondaysInterviewsDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision playsArthur Miller's vivid comedy-drama portrays the nature of life during America's Great Depression. The emphasis is on mood and characterization as Miller draws on his own personal experience to evoke what the 1930s were like for workers to whom a job-- any job-- was everything4282ocn061772764visu19810.17Backstairs at the White HouseDramaFilm adaptationsAn intimate look at life in the White House through eight administrations as remembered by a mother and daughter who, between them, served as White House maids for 52 years3596ocn301821020visu19680.19Newman, PaulRachel, RachelDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsRachel Cameron is a 35-year old school teacher living in New England. Her life is small and safe. She has no man in her life and lives with her mother. She wants to do anything to keep from slipping into spinsterhood. When a man from the big city returns and asks her out, she has to make decisions about her life and where she wants it to go+-+025503469634111ocn747801444visu19740.28Kaufman, George SJune moonDramaTelevision plays, AmericanIn homage to the heyday of American comedy, this satire takes on 1929's Tin Pan Alley. Its main characters are a guillible lyricist and a composer who claims as his big hit a ditty called "Paprika ... the spice of my life." Look for composer Stephen Sondheim as a wisecracking pianist in his acting debut3036ocn056520009visu19700.35Watermelon manDramaA comedy concerning a bigoted white man who is permanently turned black and must now contend with a shocked wife, his kids, angry neighbors, cold shoulders at the office and a back seat on the bus2139ocn047068266visu19740.17Yates, PeterFor Pete's sakeDramaA woman borrows money from a loan shark after receiving a hot stock tip. When the stock tumbles, she has to resort to more and more outlandish means to pay the debt off before her husband finds out+-+52869655353242077ocn070824599visu19810.21Come along with meDramaFilm adaptationsA recently widowed woman with a talent for prophecy and reading minds leaves town to begin a new life2015ocn747801418com20000.59McKenzie, NeilGuests of the nationHistoryDramaTelevision playsWhen two Irish insurgents are assigned to guard two captured British soldiers at a remote farmhouse owned by the spirited Widow O'Connell, the foursome pass the time by playing cards, dancing jigs, and bickering amiably about their respective countries and religions. Throughout the conviviality, Barney Callahan is haunted by the knowledge that reprisals will be in order if the Irish harm their British captives1902ocn012798229book19850.59Rame, FrancaAdult orgasm escapes from the zoo+-+13750963351623ocn038541348rcrd19810.19Sullivan, ArthurGilbert & Sullivan's the pirates of Penzance or, the slave of duty1483ocn007508251rcrd19810.27Sullivan, ArthurGilbert & Sullivan's The pirates of Penzance1422ocn695393878visu19870.23I never sang for my fatherDramaFilm adaptationsA complicated father-son relationship resurfaces after a mother's death. The kindhearted son has devoted his life to winning the affection of his stubborn and opinionated father. His efforts to care for him are met with hostility and rebuff. Eventually, the father breaks down and shares his true feelings with his son1305ocn228503721visu19790.18Don't drink the waterDramaThe Hollanders, a typical family on vacation, are stranded in Vulgaria after a hijacking. Trying to maintain their vacationing spirits, they start taking pictures, but the Vulgarians think they're spies. The Hollanders try to flee the country before the evil government throws them in prison1282ocn064552530visu20060.18I walk the lineDramaFilm adaptationsA southern sheriff, intending to bring a man in for moonshining, instead falls for his young daughter and makes sure the feds don't arrest the man. With a deputy's murder and his marriage over, will the sheriff still get his girl?802ocn032170814visu19910.27The Blue menFictionAmid the tourists and the white-washed houses of a small summer island, a young boy has come to live with his grandmother. Stirred by her daydreams of another time and place, we discover this small family's touching, sometimes amusing, efforts to forge an uneasy relationship and discover the love in each other in the shadow of an unusual tragedy11ocn849930857mix1.00Ribicoff, Belle KrasneBelle Krasne Ribicoff papersThe papers of Belle Krasne Ribicoff measure 1.6 linear feet and date from 1942-circa 2010, with the bulk of the collection dating from 1945-2004. Papers include biographical materials; correspondence with artists, art historians, writers, museum directors, and others; individual files relating to Belle and Irving Ribicoff's art collection and the Friends of Abe Ribicoff's campaign for the United States Senate; artwork; printed material, e.g., clippings, announcements, exhibition catalogues, brochures; and photographs. The collection documents Ribicoff's career as an arts editor, critic, and her involvement in civic and arts organizations for the State of Connecticut11ocn743130444score19670.10Strouse, CharlesBonnie and Clyde : from the Warner Bros.-Seven Arts picture "Bonnie and Clyde"PortraitsMusic11ocn775807204rcrd19871.00Parsons, EstelleOral history interview with Estelle ParsonsHistoryInterviewsEstelle Parsons, an American theater, film and television actress, talks about her career as an actress on the New York stage and as director of a company of young actors in Shakespearean roles in an effort to bring the Bard to NYC schoolchildren. She shares her memories about Joseph Papp and her experience working with him on classical and modern productions such as Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleopatra and Mert and Phil (written by Anne Burr ; directed by Joseph Papp, which was played at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center) during the New York Shakespeare Festival in the 1970's-1980's11ocn173692384fileActors Studio (New York, N.Y.)Tape recordings of plays, improvisations, monologues, and exercises by the New York theater workshop founded in 1947 by Elia Kazan, Cheryl Crawford, and Robert Lewis11ocn778804427rcrd19871.00Hunt, LindaOral history interview with Linda HuntHistoryInterviewsLinda Hunt, an American film, stage and television actress, talks about her theatrical career on the New York stage. She shares her memories about Joseph Papp and her experience working with him on classical and modern productions such as Shakespeare's Hamlet (Player Queen), Aunt Dan and Lemon by Wallace Shawn (Aunt Dan) and Top girls by Caryl Churchill (Pope Joan and Louise) during the New York Shakespeare Festival in the 1970's-1980's. Being just 4 feet 9 inches tall she also speaks about Papp's willingness to hire minorities and handicapped people for all kinds of theater positions including actors and actresses (very revolutionary approach in those days) for New York Shakespeare Festival productions11ocn712291097mix1.00Diamonstein-Spielvogel, BarbaraleeBarbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel collectionBiographyInterviewsThe collection also contains twenty-eight unedited audiotapes consisting of additional interviews conducted by Diamonstein-Spielvogel, accompanied by a book of transcriptions entitled Singular Voices: Americans Who Make a Difference01ocn006577516rcrdParson, EstelleA recorded interview with Estelle ParsonsInterviews+-+6796948425324+-+6796948425324Fri Mar 21 15:10:38 EDT 2014batch25922