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Thu Oct 16 17:53:19 2014 UTClccn-n851767110.00DuPont Theatre records, 1919-2001 (bulk, 1975-1995)0.171.00Agnes de Mille in New York Colleen Dewhurst in New York. Hugh Downs in Chicago. Ayn Rand in New York /164295374Colleen_Dewhurstn 851767111399297lccn-n88156695Follows, Meganprfactlccn-n88100657Walken, Christopher1943-prfactnp-hamilton, patriciaHamilton, Patriciaprfadpactlccn-n81084431Robards, Jasoniveprfspkactlccn-no99058742Farnsworth, Richard1920-2000prfactfast-1116683Shirley, Anne (Fictitious character)np-sullivan, kevinSullivan, Kevinprdflmdrtlccn-n87934415Duvall, Shelley1949-prflccn-n79090269Allen, Woody1935-np-crombie, jonathanCrombie, JonathanactDewhurst, ColleenDramaHistoryMilitary historyTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsBiographyTelevision mini-seriesJuvenile worksMade-for-TV moviesFilm and video adaptationsUnited StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)OrphansPrince Edward IslandMan-woman relationshipsShirley, Anne (Fictitious character)Lincoln, Abraham,Country lifeUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaVirginiaBull Run, 1st Battle of (Virginia : 1861)Military art and scienceCanadaActorsGirlsNew York (State)--New York--ManhattanGreek drama (Tragedy)Montgomery, L. M.--(Lucy Maud),FriendshipTeachingMade-for-TV moviesCattle drivesUnited States, WestCowboysPrank telephone callsDewhurst, ColleenFigure skatingBlindnessBabysittingTelevision playsEuripidesSelf-hate (Psychology)AlcoholicsComaKing, Stephen,PrecognitionTraffic accident victimsTeachersWilliams, Tennessee,Dramatists, AmericanRanchersCattle stealingHerders--Training ofFigure skatersFigure skating--TrainingSports accidentsMedea (Greek mythology)DramatistsArt, GreekPsychics19241991195819591960196119631964196719681970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201321521276645791.4372PN1997ocn020238791ocn020745666ocn054794763ocn048165913ocn630566815ocn015277856ocn052598508ocn043571795ocn144970128ocn030908907ocn020511702ocn002711671ocn018236897ocn004311532ocn055631890ocn662687620ocn021580979ocn753611762ocn753611765ocn013493271ocn036390112ocn018923225ocn042550602ocn882496325ocn082125354ocn079048443ocn079435570ocn079413292ocn078682880ocn080851621ocn077685930ocn079103996ocn078647765ocn057472318ocn861791319ocn079435610ocn079413458ocn079321889ocn078647780ocn0805641695891114ocn051778153visu19850.08Montgomery, L. MAnne of Green GablesJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsMade-for-TV moviesTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision mini-seriesAdventure storiesAn elderly bachelor and his spinster sister adopt an orphan and are mistakenly sent a girl instead of a boy. The orphan, Anne, remains with the couple, moves from one mishap to another, succeeds academically, and finds love+-+3791543006275036ocn040493437visu19770.23Allen, WoodyAnnie HallDramaWoody Allen's semiautobiographical portrait of his amorous, but ultimately mismatched, relationship with co-star Diane Keaton. Allen uses satire and comedy to portray this "nervous romance" for modern times250811ocn057408580visu19900.21Burns, KenThe Civil WarHistoryMilitary historyMusicPictorial worksChronologyDocumentary television programsTelevision mini-seriesAn epic documentary bringing life to America's most destructive - and defining - conflict. Here is the saga of celebrated generals and the ordinary soldiers. A heroic and transcendent president and a country that had to divide itself in two in order to become one again+-+22338153253246939ocn071296722visu19830.19Cronenberg, DavidStephen King's The dead zoneDramaFilm adaptationsAfter being in a coma for years, a man awakens with strange psychic abilities that come into effect whenever he touches someone+-+036656742532464114ocn049845743visu19750.31O'Neill, EugeneA moon for the misbegottenDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptations"In a towering performance, the late, great Jason Robards portrays a cynical, self-hating alcoholic actor based on O'Neill's elder brother, Jamie. The majestic Colleen Dewhurst plays the earthy, gruff daughter of his scheming Irish tenant farmer with whom the failed actor spends a soul-baring night of guilt-ridden confessions, tenderness, and absolution"--Container59014ocn047256410visu19780.13Ice castlesFictionDramaA young figure skater is blinded in a tragic accident52110ocn123422945visu19900.16Rydell, MarkThe cowboysDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsWhen a rancher is deserted by his regular cattle drivers for the gold mines, he (Wayne) is forced to take on a collection of young boys as his drivers in order to cross the 400 treacherous miles to get his herd to market in time to avoid financial disaster. The boys learn to do a man's job under his tutelage, however, neither he nor the boys are aware that a gang of cattle thieves is stalking them+-+08742346965193ocn068445510visu20060.24Tennessee Williams' SouthCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"The brutes and the belles. The gadflies and the good ol' boys. The taboos and the profound truths. They're all part of a Tennessee state of mind -- a realm of places, personalities and ideas. Williams is front and center for this exploration, reading from his works, placing them in the context of his life, and serving as guide in visits to his career-shaping refuge in New Orleans and his latter-day writing quarters in Key West. Also dramatizations by distinguished actors ... give flesh-and-bone immediacy to some of the writer's famed works. In his own words. In his own places. The resilient character and memorable characters of one of our greatest writers reside in Tennessee Williams' South."--Container4157ocn052688784visu19860.14The boy who could flyJuvenile worksDramaFourteen year-old Millie feels the pain of her father's recent death and the anxiety of a new neighborhood and school. She meets Eric, the strange mute boy next door who dreams of flying. They learn that if you wish hard enough, anything is possible3666ocn061333318visu19820.15The blue & the grayHistoryFictionDramaThis searing saga reconstructs an eternally facinating and controversial era in American history - when families and nation were divided between the black and white, North and South and the Blue & the Gray3439ocn020511702visu19590.37EuripidesMedeaDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsA modern-language production of the classic tragedy of a proud woman betrayed by the man she loves3384ocn018450358visu19880.31Bauman, SuzanneLight of the godsHistoryExplores the evolution of Greek representational art from stylized stick figures of the Geometric period to carved and painted images of man of the early classical era3353ocn054794763visu19950.14Schumacher, JoelDying youngDramaFilm adaptationsAn outgoing young woman with little money goes to work for a wealthy, educated man trapped into sickness and isolation by cancer2839ocn067524299visu19810.08Walton, FredWhen a stranger callsFictionDramaA terrified babysitter, a ringing phone, and whispered threats set the stage for one of the most suspenseful chillers ever filmed+-+13945397963242815ocn047857111visu19740.16The story of Jacob and JosephBiographyFictionDramaFilm adaptationsThe classic story of two brothers who turn against one another out of selfish greed2758ocn048798665visu19830.15Carroll, LewisAlice in WonderlandCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksSoftwareComputer gamesIllustrationsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision playsFrom the elaborate Broadway revival of the 1932 Eva Le Gallienne/Florida Friebus production comes a whimsical retelling of the Lewis Carroll classic2656ocn028636492visu19920.10Disney, WaltThe Gift of friendshipIn "The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's," Sara, on a dare, sneaks into the house of the woman-hating recluse just as busybody Mrs. Lynde barges in for a visit. But their brief stay turns into weeks when Alexander Abraham comes down with smallpox. An epidemic of gossip spreads in "The Materializing of Duncan" when spinster Marilla Cuthbert lies about a beau she once had in her youth. Soon, she has a gentleman caller-- the same man she fabricated2535ocn060038556visu19900.16McQDramaA police lieutenant resigns from the force to track down some big dope dealers involved in killing a couple of police officers+-+41915346963242445ocn630566815visu19590.50Burning brightDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision plays, AmericanA television production of John Steinbeck's play about a circus performer who is miserable because he will never father a child. His wife feels compelled to get pregnant by way of another man and call the future child her husband's2067ocn012049422visu19760.22Fitzgerald, F. ScottBernice bobs her hairFictionDramaFilm adaptationsIn the Midwest, around 1920, a shy girl gets advice from her cousin on how to interest men7832ocn036407744book19970.21Dewhurst, ColleenColleen Dewhurst : her autobiographyBiographyTo enhance and complete the existing manuscript, author Tom Viola, Colleen's friend and assistant at Equity, decided to interview those who knew her best. These included: Edward Albee, Jason Robards, Jose Quintero, Ellen Burstyn, Zoe Caldwell, Maureen Stapleton, Roscoe Lee Browne and Elizabeth Wilson; her sons Alex and Campbell Scott; and more than thirty others. They told the stories she wouldn't tell - of the smile that electrified a room; of the appetite for life that drew friends and strangers and audiences to her like a magnetic field; of her propensity for gift-giving; of her generosity of spirit and love. As the interviews show, Colleen's life was one of indelible impressions and stunning influence; they add nuance and remarkable dimension to the story Colleen told her own words+-+26525393151202ocn026544981book19930.82Horn, Barbara LeeColleen Dewhurst : a bio-bibliographyBiographyBibliography+-+1882378685324662ocn123229067visu19900.23Carnegie Hall at 100 a place of dreamsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsTribute to Carnegie Hall, New York, in the form of a series of brief interviews with performers who have appeared on its stage. They share reminiscences of their own and others' performances, relay historical information, and discuss the variety of Carnegie Hall's presentations, which have included classical music, jazz, pop, comedy, drama, dance, children's concerts, and folk music. Archival footage of illustrious performers of the past and excerpts from more recent performances provide a sampling of the hall's offerings. A montage of the activities of past and present tenants of the building's many studios illustrates its importance to the arts. Tenants and supporters are seen protesting a proposed demolition in 1960, which would have had disastrous and wide-ranging effects. Interspersed through the program are excerpts from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an exhibition, played by the New York Youth Symphony conducted by Samuel Wong21ocn006559254rcrd0.47Dewhurst, ColleenA recorded interview with Colleen DewhurstInterviews11ocn864929623visu1.00Eugene O'Neill theatrical posters, 1961-199611ocn060237010visu19891.00Joseph Papp receives the 1989 Edwin Booth AwardPapp delivers a talk on modern productions of Shakespeare discussing Edwin Booth's contribution to American Shakespearean drama; the formation of his first Shakespearean workshop at the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church; the qualities of speech and acting which define modern productions of Shakespeare; his establishment of an American acting company for the production of Shakespeare; Shakespeare's language in comparison with the everyday language of Elizabethan England; Booth's diction and delivery of Shakespeare; the qualities of speech and the acting styles of various American and British Shakespearean actors, including Colleen Dewhurst, George C., Scott, James Earl Jones, Raul Julia, Kevin Kline, Christopher Walken and Sir John Gielgud; and what he seeks to achieve on stage via his modern productions of Shakespeare. In the question and answer session which follows, Papp discusses Shakespeare's roles for women; editing and cutting Shakespeare's text for stage productions; reading Shakespeare versus seeing the plays performed; his favorite and most memorable lines from Shakespeare, and his favorite plays11ocn035422658visu19871.00The light princessAdaptation of a fairy tale by George MacDonald, told in sign language and pantomime with voice-over narration and music11ocn074323052visu19981.00Agnes de Mille in New York Colleen Dewhurst in New York. Hugh Downs in Chicago. Ayn Rand in New YorkInterviewsColleen Dewhurst in New York: An interview with the actress. She discusses success, women's liberation, the aging process in acting, growing up as a tomboy with her father (the man who first brought amateur hockey to the United States), and her first Broadway show11ocn043488437visu19821.00Rally for disarmamentProgram of speeches and performances advocating nuclear disarmament. Among the many speakers are Richard J. Barnet, Dr. Jonathan Lorch of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Joseph Papp, Meryl Streep, Cora White of the Riverside Church Disarmament Program, Lukas Foss, Ellen Burstyn, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Colleen Dewhurst, Andre Gregory, and Trisha Brown. The performances include a selection from Dead end kids, performed by Mabou Mines ; excerpts from José Limón's There is a time, danced by the José Limón Dance Company ; a musical piece by Laurie Anderson ; and songs by James Taylor and Ronnie Gilbert12ocn317691227rcrd20000.10Dewhurst, ColleenColleen Dewhurst her autobiographyBiographyTo enhance and complete the existing manuscript, author Tom Viola, Colleen's friend and assistant at Equity, decided to interview those who knew her best. These included: Edward Albee, Jason Robards, Jose Quintero, Ellen Burstyn, Zoe Caldwell, Maureen Stapleton, Roscoe Lee Browne and Elizabeth Wilson; her sons Alex and Campbell Scott; and more than thirty others. They told the stories she wouldn't tell - of the smile that electrified a room; of the appetite for life that drew friends and strangers and audiences to her like a magnetic field; of her propensity for gift-giving; of her generosity of spirit and love. As the interviews show, Colleen's life was one of indelible impressions and stunning influence; they add nuance and remarkable dimension to the story Colleen told in her own words11ocn725345850mixDuPont Hospitality (a unit of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company)ReviewsPostersThe records of the DuPont Theatre consist primarily of public relations and advertising materials related to the theater's operation between 1919 and 2001. As such, they present a sequence of changing tastes in popular entertainment in a medium-sized American city11ocn501819842art19950.10Quigley, MartinDewhurst, Colleen: ActressBiography Dictionaries01ocn317812702visu1990The quarantine at Alexander Abraham'sFilm adaptationsRachel, Sara and Felix wind up in quarantine when they go to Alexander Abraham's farm in search of a missing boy. Based on four novels by Lucy Maud Montgomery+-+2233815325324+-+2233815325324Thu Oct 16 15:03:13 EDT 2014batch35424