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Fri Mar 21 17:06:05 2014 UTClccn-n842150010.17The thrill of it all!0.281.00Marie and Bruce WOR radio interview : [interview] /16183142Arlene_Francisn 842150011244911Kazanjian, Arlene Francislccn-n50063921Universal Pictures Companylccn-n79145593Wilder, Billy1906-2002ausdrtprolccn-n50027472Previn, André1929-cmplccn-no96014360Mirisch Companylccn-nr93038513Rome, Florencelccn-n91022263Pulver, Liselotteprfactlccn-n85376602Jewison, Norman1926-prfdrtlccn-n84187243Garner, Jamesprfactlccn-n50035209Day, Doris1924-prfactlccn-n81052640Reiner, Carl1922-ausFrancis, ArleneDramaBiographyFilm adaptationsHistoryComedy filmsFictionFilm and video adaptationsMan-woman relationshipsUnited StatesFrancis, ArleneActorsGermany--BerlinCoca-Cola CompanyCold War (1945-1989)Political scienceExecutives--PromotionsCivilization--American influencesTelevision advertisingCharmWorld War (1939-1945)Aircraft industry--Corrupt practicesFathers and sonsAll my sons (Miller, Arthur)Aircraft industry--Military aspectsSenses and sensationSense organs--AgingPerceptual disordersPublic opinionFilm adaptationsMotion picture industryMotion picture actors and actressesMotion picture producers and directorsTryon, ThomasCold War in motion picturesLoveMolnár, Ferenc,Television game showsTelevision broadcastingConduct of lifeCooking, AmericanGermanyMotion picturesEuropeMotion pictures, AmericanFeminismWomen's rightsCalifornia--Los AngelesCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodBeat generationCelebritiesPopular literatureAging--Psychological aspectsRoosevelt, Eleanor,Social psychologyInterpersonal relationsNew York (State)--New YorkBible stories1907200119401941194519491953195419561957195819601961196219631965196619671968196919711972197319741975197619771978197919801982198319851986199019911992199419961998200220032004200520062007200820092012225574123791.4372PN1995.9.C55ocn052640534ocn051807489ocn041113049ocn027040403ocn613678413ocn319836414ocn234237430ocn839909874ocn465651014ocn823749505ocn014390294ocn023957886ocn012845368ocn066382158ocn839310087ocn550338490ocn046660933ocn551943508ocn753652424ocn228153560ocn226967365ocn761205677ocn079460967ocn079418920ocn051446014ocn519804495ocn686772381ocn081148410ocn050939552ocn22696744057418ocn052640534visu19610.27Wilder, BillyOne, two, threeDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsBerlin, after the Second World War: C.R. MacNamara presides over the German branch of Coca-Cola, dreaming of being promoted to London, by capturing the untapped Russian market. His plans for advancement run into a snag, when he is asked to watch over the boss' ditsy, impulsive 17 year-old daughter Scarlett on her European vacation. Unsurprisingly, she almost immediately gets into trouble of the worst kind by slipping across the border to East Germany, to marry the violently anti-Yankee Communist Otto. When the home office headman decides to visit his daughter, Cagney masterminds an elaborate masquerade that backfires4619ocn051807489visu19630.17Jewison, NormanThe thrill of it all!FictionDramaComedy filmsA doctor's peaceful domestic life is turned upside down when his restless spouse becomes famous doing television commercials+-+36312783252856ocn000592803book19600.25Francis, ArleneThat certain something; the magic of charmAdvice of achieving personal charm, interspersed with personal recollections, by an actress and television personality1593ocn039441533visu19980.29All my sonsFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA family torn apart by a wartime tragedy is forced to come to terms with their inner demons+-+47217783253241013ocn028580077rcrd19770.63National Broadcasting CompanyThe first fabulous fifty566ocn012219318visu19850.70The Sixth senseA training program about the sensory changes of the elderly that explodes myths and gives practical solutions for adjusting environments. Defines the sixth sense as the ability to accept or perceive sensory change272ocn027040403visu19920.56Wilder, BillyFedoraDramaFilm adaptationsA down-on-his-luck filmmaker hopes to revive his career by luring a reclusive Golden-Age actress out of her Mediterranean retirement. Instead, he unwittingly enters a snake pit of people who will do anything to preserve the actress' bizarre secret171ocn238541856visu20080.21What's my line?Contains four episodes from the classic game show originally broadcasta between 1950-1967132ocn025482524rcrd19710.79The age of television TV silver anniversaryHistoryA chronicle of the first 25 years of broadcast television, with special attention given to the NBC network101ocn017424980book19610.92Francis, ArleneNo time for cooking51ocn003603926visu19710.27The Silenced majorityExplores the major social issues behind the modern feminist movement and encourages the individual to examine his or her own beliefs about women's liberation41ocn402255333visu20060.18Lights out33ocn053715942book19820.96Francis, ArleneMandated education for nursing assistants and its effect upon job performance33ocn641535586book19780.21Francis, ArleneArlene Francis : a memoirBiography21ocn012845368rcrd19580.47Tresselt, AlvinBible stories for children11ocn226967440rcrd19801.00Shawn, WallaceMarie and Bruce WOR radio interview : [interview]11ocn423459039visu19561.00[Home (Television program : 1954-1957)11ocn463868129book19491.00My name is AquilonLyceum Theatre, The Theatre Guild presents Jean Pierre Aumont, Lili Palmer in "My Name is Aquilon," a play by Philip Barry, adapted from "L'Empereur de Chine," by Jean Pierre Aumont, with Arlene Francis, staged by Robert B. Sinclair, scenery by Stewart Chaney, Miss Palmer's gowns designed by Valentina, Miss Francis' gowns designed by Castillo, production under the supervision of Thesa Helburn and Lawrence Langner12ocn021442656rcrd19821.00Chase, Stephanie[Stephanie Chase interview, Nov. 5, 1982]12ocn019776072rcrd1.00Belafonte, Harry[Harry Belafonte interview]4801ocn003310923book19780.21Francis, ArleneArlene Francis : a memoirBiography12ocn702121428mix1.00Rome, HaroldThe Harold Rome papersThe Harold Rome Papers document Rome's life and career in the American musical theater through manuscript and published music, scripts, lyrics, and production materials. The Papers also contain correspondence between Rome and actors, agents, producers, and other theatrical personalities. In addition, the Papers hold programs, clippings, photographs, and a selection of Rome's own paintings11ocn647946296book1.00Hench, Atcheson LaughlinLetters to Atcheson Hench chiefly from 20th century political figuresAutographsLetters, mainly to Hench, thanking him for his views on matters of current political interest. Correspondents are Harry Flood Byrd, Sr., Cordell Hull, Absalom Willis Robertson, Dean Rusk, & L.K. Truscott. Also an autograph of Arlene Francis11ocn122565459mix19791.00Francis, ArleneReminiscences of Arlene Francis :Interviews11ocn588972180mix1.00Thibodeaux, James CThibodeaux, James C., photograph collectionCollection documents the life of James C. Thibodeaux and his family11ocn024336698mix1.00Whitcomb, JonPapersHistoryArchivesPortraitsSourcesThe collection includes many original sketches and paintings for magazine illustrations as well as celebrity portraits (i.e., Eleanor Roosevelt, Mamie Eisenhower, Arlene Francis, Debbie Reynolds), landscapes and other subjects dating from 1935 to 1966. Contains also numerous tearsheets, proofs, negatives and contact prints for advertisements, short story illustrations and magazine covers dating from 1929 to the early 1960's. Includes negatives and contact prints, correspondence and publicity relating to the Famous Artists' School (1948-72); also includes tearsheets, negatives, contact prints, notes, publicity, clippings, contracts and other materials relating to his magazine column and books. Includes miscellaneous correspondence, working notes, sketches and photographs relating to various projects; also manuscripts, clippings and keepsakes from Whitcomb's school years. Includes scrapbooks dating from 1936 to 1983 relating to Whitcomb's career and travel; also navy photos and albums dating from 1942-45. Includes oil portraits of family and friends; also photos and designs for Plexiglas sculptures and architectural projects dating from the 1970's+-+3631278325+-+3631278325Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch18152