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Fri Mar 21 17:04:18 2014 UTClccn-n850936130.00Jason Patric, Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Wes Studi Geronimo, an American legend0.191.00A family thing motion picture stills collection117896134Robert_Duvalln 850936131331100Duval, Robert.Duval, Robert, 1931-Duvall, Robert Selden 1931-lccn-n79055404Paramount Pictures Corporationprolccn-n80145599Coppola, Francis Ford1939-ivecmmprfsceprodrtausflmactcmplccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-n85138113Pacino, Al1940-othprfactlccn-no2005088669Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm)lccn-n50043314Brando, Marlonothcstnrtprfactlccn-n81120306Sheen, Martinivenrtprfactlccn-no92017697Forrest, Fredericprfactlccn-n87142834Milius, Johnsceauslccn-n79108434Keaton, DianeothprfactDuvall, RobertDramaFilm adaptationsHistoryFictionFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsWar filmsBildungsromansDomestic fictionInterviewsMan-woman relationshipsUnited StatesSouthern StatesRacismMafiaRace discriminationUnited States, WestVietnam War (1961-1975)Trials (Rape)Organized crimeCorleone family (Fictitious characters)Criminal behaviorConrad, Joseph,Korean War (1950-1953)Finch, Atticus (Fictitious character)Lee, HarperRace relationsUnclesItalian AmericansCountry musiciansAlcoholicsCattle drivesTelevision news anchorsTexasFamiliesCowboysGangstersTelevision broadcasting of newsSensationalism in journalismPuzo, Mario,MurderAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Call, Woodrow (Fictitious character)McCrae, Augustus (Fictitious character)Jackson, Stonewall,Baseball playersChamberlain, Joshua Lawrence,Lee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),RanchesCattle breedersLiability for water pollution damagesDrinking water--ContaminationMassachusetts--WoburnW.R. Grace & CoAnderson, Anne,Trials (Toxic torts)Massachusetts--BostonMalamud, BernardGroundwater--Pollution--Law and legislationSchlichtmann, Jan19311953196019611962196319651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014975477602704791.4372PN1997ocn568725448ocn535261137ocn070639600ocn682210873ocn052362689ocn047657857ocn050027069ocn048460821ocn070151872ocn070834659ocn568725448ocn568687176ocn040556088ocn773006919ocn775480014ocn051165351ocn799465697ocn493494332ocn036207265ocn038524971ocn003386321ocn002865675ocn027886673ocn006348636ocn224155922ocn010760717ocn031187774ocn039710673ocn010410010ocn040077553ocn842963697ocn780720908ocn781336759ocn039710673ocn010410010ocn040077553ocn780720908ocn026289958ocn171113363ocn449253852ocn084682761ocn247248719ocn725781574ocn468817207ocn798052670ocn225690195ocn472656522ocn221076239ocn219992279ocn743156026ocn743078071ocn742904869ocn742737383ocn742727850ocn743148910ocn742952554ocn676294722ocn430356532ocn658410503ocn743078071ocn743041485ocn781126607ocn723092157ocn723092160ocn743078071ocn743041485ocn781336759ocn869886547ocn742983861496250ocn060781311visu19620.20Mulligan, RobertTo kill a mockingbirdHistoryFictionInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsBildungsromansDomestic fictionTwo children in a small southern town are thrust into an adult world of racial bigotry and hatred when their lawyer father chooses to defend a black man unjustly accused of raping a white girl. Gregory Peck is a southern small town lawyer who defends a black man falsely accused of rape. His compassionate, but doomed defense costs him many friends, but earns him the admiration of his two children+-+70307783253244182112ocn048460821visu19790.24Coppola, Francis FordApocalypse now reduxFictionDramaWar filmsFilm adaptationsA United States Army officer/trained assassin is sent into the depths of a southeast Asian jungle to seek out a renegade colonel and terminate his command during the Vietnam War370494ocn245535516visu10740.20Puzo, MarioThe GodfatherHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsGangster filmsFilm sequelsFilm adaptationsThe Corleone Family nearly falls from power in America but rises to observe the passage of rites from father to son. There is a balance between family life and the ugly business of crime in which they are engaged+-+4549267425323653ocn050647794visu19880.16Wincer, SimonLonesome DoveFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe tale of two former Texas Rangers who leave the South Texas town of Lonesome Dove on an epic 2500-mile cattle drive to the lush ranch country of Montana. From the re-created towns to the vast plains to the expansive cattle drive and heart-stopping stampede, it is an inspiring and enlighting experience, certain to change your views of our American heritage+-+5430749206324289656ocn063791577visu19760.23Lumet, SidneyNetworkFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA satirical look at the politics and power-struggles of television executives as a network news anchorman turns the tables on the "ratings."250120ocn048768859visu19700.21Altman, RobertMASHFictionDramaWar filmsFilm adaptationsHighlights the outrageous antics of three skilled young surgeons drafted from civilian life and assigned to a unit of the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) during the Korean War247529ocn046718093visu19840.18Levinson, BarryThe naturalJuvenile worksFictionDramaBaseball filmsFilm adaptationsNothing was going to stop Roy Hobbs from fulfilling his boyhood dream of baseball stardom. As a 14-year old he fashions a baseball bat from an oak tree. He soon impresses major league scouts with his ability. His talent also catches the eye of a sportswriter who eventually becomes instrumental in Hobbs' career. The appearance of a mysterious woman, however, shatters his dream. Years later Hobbs reappears as a rookie for the New York Knights and has an opportunity to share in their race for the pennant235620ocn568725448visu20100.18Cooper, ScottCrazy heartDramaMusical filmsRomance filmsFilm adaptationsThe powerful story of a country music star's rocky road to redemption. Bad Blake is a boozy, broken-down singer who reaches for salvation with the help of Jean, a journalist who discovers the real man behind the music. But will Bad's hard-livin' ways and crazy heart cost him his last chance at a comeback?233727ocn053423158visu20030.15McCanlies, TimSecondhand lionsJuvenile worksDramaTo the rest of the world, Garth and Hub are mysterious old men hiding millions. But to Walter, they are family - and now they're about to lead him on an adventure he'll never forget+-+6065115325324213415ocn123960543visu19820.18Hathaway, HenryTrue gritHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsU.S. Marshal Rooster Cogburn helps a headstrong young girl find the man who murdered her father in Native American territory and fled with the family savings. When Rooster's employer insists on accompanying the old gunfighter, sparks fly. The situation goes from troubled to disastrous when an inexperienced Texas Ranger joins the party+-+5225167425208347ocn053279687visu20030.16Costner, KevinOpen rangeHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsBoss Spearman, a rugged old-timer, free grazes cattle. He and Charley have been partners for ten years. The pair and their employees, Mose and Buttons, are driving their cattle across the West. Mose is attacked and thrown in jail during a visit to a town. The local cattle rancher, Baxter, wants the free grazers off his land and when Boss and Charley retrieve Mose, they are warned that they have until the next day to be out of the area. Charley confesses his past as a killer during the Civil War and strikes up a tentative romance with Sue, the sister of the town doctor202619ocn060504525visu19960.20Thornton, Billy BobSling bladeFictionDrama25 years after committing an unthinkable crime, a quiet man named Karl is finally returning home. Once there he is befriended by a fatherless boy and his mother. As a strong relationship develops between Karl and the boy, a confrontation builds with the mother's abusive and sometimes violent boyfriend+-+4422543006324197527ocn052362689visu20020.18Gods and generalsHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsGods and Generals follows the rise and fall of legendary war hero "Stonewall Jackson". The prequel to the 1993 hit Gettysburg+-+7717225425324192328ocn041883818visu19980.22Zaillian, StevenA civil actionTrials, litigation, etcDramaFilm adaptationsA high-priced personal injury attorney takes on a case that becomes an epic legal battle ... one that may cost him his career, reputation and all that he owns178414ocn834144401visu20120.16McQuarrie, ChristopherJack ReacherDramaCrime filmsFilm adaptationsAction and adventure filmsThrillers (Motion pictures)Ex-military investigator Jack Reacher leaps off the pages of Lee Child's bestselling novel and onto the big screen in this explosive thriller. When an unspeakable crime is committed, all evidence points to the suspect in custody who offers up a single note in defense: Get Jack Reacher! The law has its limits, but Reacher does not when his fight for the truth pits him against an unexpected enemy with a skill for violence and a secret to keep174024ocn050027069visu20010.18Cassavetes, NickJohn QDramaThrillers (Motion pictures)John Q. is a factory worker facing financial hardship as a result of reduced hours in his workplace. He and his wife soon discover that their child is in need of an emergency heart transplant. Although they have an HMO, they are informed that their policy doesn't cover such an expensive procedure. Unable to raise the money for the surgury himself and with no recourse but to take his son home to die, John snaps and holds the staff and patients of the hospital's emergency room hostage at gunpoint+-+5514015325173527ocn535261137visu20090.19Hillcoat, JohnThe roadFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA holocaust has destroyed the world. Civilization lies in ruins. Nothing grows. The Man and his young son, the Boy, struggle across the devastated, post-apocalyptic landscape, pushing their belongings in a shopping cart, hoping to reach the coast. It is almost impossible to find any food. Life on the road is a deadly game of hide, seek, and devour with bloodthirsty bands of roving, starving, survivalist types, many of whom have fallen into cannibalism. The Man carries the curse of remembering the world as it once was, while for the Boy, the world has always been destroyed, any intimation that life was once different is foreign to his existence. Love--of the Man and Boy for each other--is the one testament to a humanity that remains, even in the face of total chaos172339ocn049808147visu19720.21Coppola, Francis FordThe GodfatherHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDramaFilm adaptationsExplores the history and influence of a U.S. Mafia family. Don Corleone, the family patriarch, tries to ensure that his sons will inherit his position and power over rival Mafioso factions+-+0478267425161012ocn682210873visu20100.17Duvall, RobertGet lowFictionDramaFor the past 40 years, Felix Bush has been a hermit, living alone on the outskirts of town. He's the stuff of legend--a frightening eccentric whose secluded home is where little boys test their courage by throwing rocks through the dangerous man's windows. When he hears an old friend has died, he makes a rare visit to town to meet with undertaker Frank Quinn to explain how he wants to "get low." He plans his burial plot, his stone, his farewell sendoff, and even the designated speaker. He intends this all to happen now, while he's still alive and can enjoy getting the value for his money. Quinn's young assistant Buddy isn't so sure about all this. Felix's past is a bit mysterious, but his desire for the party may have something to do with a long-ago romance with Mattie Darrow, who is now a widow, and has returned home. Is Mattie the reason Felix has been punishing himself all these years?154532ocn055881256visu19970.13Duvall, RobertThe apostleDramaSonny is a gifted Southern Pentecostal preacher loved by his community in Texas. When Sonny loses control and commits a crime of passion, he is forced to run from the law. Hiding out in the small Louisiana town of Bayou Boutte, Sonny adopts a new identity as the Apostle E.F. and sets out on a new mission-- to find the road to redemption+-+41727783253243082ocn012107804book19850.22Slawson, JudithRobert Duvall, Hollywood maverickBiography1461ocn062204570rcrd20050.15Fresh air the best of stage & screenInterviewsTerry Gross interviews seventeen stars of stage and screen+-+4634660106111ocn052293407visu20030.10Robert DuvallBiography"Robert Duvall belies the typical image of a movie star. He greets strangers with "call me Bobby" and spends very little time in Hollywood when not working, preferring the rhythms of life on his 360-acre farm in Northern Virginia. But when he steps in front of the camera, he is every inch a movie star, and he has brought to life such unforgettable characters as Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird, Tom Hagen in The Godfather and Lt. Kilgore in Apocalypse Now. From his itinerant childhood to his discovery of acting, early struggles, breakthrough roles and ascent to Hollywood royalty, BIOGRAPHY traces Duvall's life and career with the help of extensive clips, rare footage and photos and interviews with those who know him best."--Publisher's website61ocn770128353visu0.10Sling BladeDrama25 years after committing an unthinkable crime, a quiet man named Karl is finally returning home. Once there he is befriended by a fatherless boy and his mother. As a strong relationship develops between Karl and the boy, a confrontation builds with the mother's abusive and sometimes violent boyfriend21ocn806484974visu20100.47Duvall, RobertConversations with Robert DuvallInterviews21ocn773307218book20110.10The Robert Duvall handbook : everything you need to know about Robert DuvallCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn657328679book20100.10Leydon, JoeRobert DuvallBiography11ocn423678500visu20071.00Coolidge, MarthaWomen in Film oral history interview, Martha CoolidgeInterviewsMartha Coolidge (1946-) begins the discussion by noting that she prefers to wear comfortable clothing and shoes when she directs, particularly blues jeans and t-shirts. She continues with her thoughts on what a women should wear to get a job as a director and suggests that it's very important to show confidence and the ability to take charge. She continues with her relocation from New York to Montréal, Canada in the late 1960s and early 1970s where she got a job in television as a production assistant and became active in the separatist movement in Québec. She continues with her move back to New York to attend New York University's film school. She then mentions her move to Los Angeles after being an independent filmmaker in New York making documentaries before returning to Canada and moving to Toronto where she directed a mini-series segment for the CBC that led to a job directing a feature film for Zoetrope before the production company went bankrupt. She continues with how she later met a guy who had taken her out to dinner who told her about a low budget picture he and his partner were interested in making called VALLEY GIRL. She continues with her reading the script, liking it, and agreeing to direct the film, which was released in 1983. She then discusses the success of VALLEY GIRL (1983) and her entry into directing teen exploitation films while under contract for Paramount. She continues with her directing NATIONAL LAMPOON'S THE JOY OF SEX (1984), REAL GENIUS (1985), and MGM buying out her contract with Paramount. She then discusses the casting session for VALLEY GIRL (1983), choosing Nicholas Cage (1964-) for the lead role, and her relationship with Zoetrope and Francis Coppola (1939-). She continues with casting and directing the motion picture, RAMBLING ROSE (1991), and working with Diane Ladd (1932-), Laura Dern (1967-), Robert Duvall (1931-), Renny Harlin (1959-), writer Calder Willingham (1922-1995) and composer Elmer Bernstein (1922-2004). She continues with the success of RAMBLING ROSE (1991) and how it pulled her out of directing teen comedies into more serious fare. She continues with her choice to direct Neil Simon's LOST IN YONKERS (1993), working with producer Ray Stark at Columbia, and noting that the film was the first to be cut on an Avid. She continues with her next project, ANGIE (1994), and working with Geena Davis (1956-). She continues with the challenges of balancing a directing career with motherhood, bringing her son and his nanny with her on the set, and her divorce from her first husband. She continues with meeting her second husband on location while directing OUT TO SEA (1997), working with Walter Matthau (1920-2000) and Jack Lemmon (1925-2001), and directing THE PRINCE AND ME (2004) and INTRODUCING DOROTHY DANDRIDGE (1999). She then discusses joining the Directors Guild of America (DGA) after directing NATIONAL LAMPOON'S THE JOY OF SEX (1984), becoming active in the guild, her election to the guild's board of directors, and representing the Creative Rights Committee, a committee she chaired for ten years. She continues with her election as the first female president of the DGA in 2002, the guild's more corporate culture, the challenges representing an organization, and her contribution applying more serious pressure on the networks and production companies to hire more women and minorities in television production. She continues with current projects directing some television episodes, especially episodes of CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION (2002-), differences she perceives between film and television production in that a film takes a lot longer to get made, and that in television it is common for a producer to communicate the vision or "look" of the show to an incoming director. She continues with how she overcame the obstacle of becoming a woman director in a male-dominated profession, ageism in the motion picture industry, and her advice to young women pursuing careers as directors11ocn024263425book19721.00Filmgroup Productions presents "Tomorrow"11ocn056962758visu19881.00Colors motion picture stills collectionFilm stills and publicity photographs from the film "Colors" directed by Dennis Hopper and featuring Maria Conchita Alonso, Bruce Beatty, Grand Bush, Romeo De Lan, Robert Duvall, Courtney Gains, Gerardo Mejia, Sean Penn, Glenn Plummer, Trinidad Silva, and Sy Richardson. Also depicted is Dennis Hopper11ocn429366430visu19840.10Knudsen, AnneRobert Duvall wins Best Actor awardPhotograph caption dated April 10, 1984 reads, "Best Actor Robert Duvall got his first Oscar for his portrayal of a down-and-out country singer in 'Tender Mercies.' The veteran actor said he hadn't worked as hard on some of the other roles for which he has been nominated." The 56th Academy Awards were held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on April 9, 198411ocn081865036visu1993Jason Patric, Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Wes Studi Geronimo, an American legendDrama11ocn858878391rcrd19831.00Duvall, RobertArthur Bell interviews Robert DuvallInterviewsAmerican actor Robert Duvall discusses his life, his second marriage (with Gail Youngs), his distinguished career in the entertainment industry and various productions where he played leading roles, such as his film debuts in the 1972 production of the film To kill a mockingbird (as Boo Radley), The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather Part II (1974) (as Tom Hagen). He also shares his experience working with various directors and producers, collaboration with many prominent actors, and analyzes their acting techniques and styles11ocn070920593visu19721.00A powerful story of love ... : "Tomorrow" : a Filmgroup Production, from the story by William Faulkner : starring Robert Duvall, co-starring Olga Bellin : produced by Gilbert Pearlman and Paul Roebling : screenplay by Horton Foote : directed by Joseph Anthony11ocn429366427visu19840.10Knudsen, AnneRobert Duvall celebrates his OscarPhotograph caption dated April 10, 1984 reads, "Best Actor Robert Duvall got his first Oscar for his protrayal [sic] of a down-and-out country singer in 'Tender Mercies.' The veteran actor said he hadn't worked as hard on some of the other roles for which he has been nominated." The 56th Academy Awards were held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on April 9, 198411ocn079850194visu19870.32Tango, baile nuestro Tango, our danceHistoryDocumentary exploring the nature of the Argentine tango and milonga, and their place in Argentine life. Tango aficionados, both Argentinians and foreigners, comment upon the different varieties of tango (e.g., "street-smart" vs. ballroom), the different contexts in which they are danced (e.g., social settings, stage performances), and the qualities of the true Argentine tango as distinguished from the European or American tango. Also discussed are male-female relationships as expressed through the tango ; changes in the execution of the tango, and its possible extinction ; and adaptations of the tango by other dance forms, the last including performances by ballet dancers Vladimir Vasiliev and Julio Bocca. In addition to the many depictions of the tango or milonga, the program includes excerpts of the theatrical works Tango vitrola, choreographed by Alejandro Cervera ; A Buenos Aires, choreographed by Gustavo Mollajoli, and danced by Bocca and Raquel Rossetti ; and Piazzolla en concierto, choreographed by Julio Lopez, and danced by Bocca and Rossetti11ocn056962760visu19961.00Redin, VanA family thing motion picture stills collectionFilm stills and publicity photographs from the film "A Family Thing" directed by Richard Pearce and featuring Michael Beach, Robert Duvall, Irma P. Hall and James Earl Jones11ocn046467967visu19981.00Así se baila milongaBiographyTribute to Pepito Avellaneda (pseud. of José Domingo Monteleone), a noted Argentinian dancer and teacher of the milonga. Avellaneda himself looks back on his long career and talks about his love of dancing. His contemporaries, including his partner Suzuky Avellaneda and his fellow dancers, comment on his mastery of the dance and contributions to the field. The many dance excerpts depict Avellaneda in action on the dance floor with Suzuky Avellaneda and other partners. Scenes from the Homenaje a Pepe [Homage to Pepe], held in Gricel, Buenos Aires, in 1993, show the celebration of his fiftieth anniversary as a dancer ; among the attendees was American actor Robert Duvall, a tango aficionado11ocn056561511visu19961.00Redin, VanA family thing motion picture stills collectionFilm stills and publicity photographs from the film "A Family Thing" directed by Richard Pearce and featuring Michael Beach, Robert Duvall, Irma P. Hall and James Earl Jones11ocn423443151visu19981.00Celebrity profileBiographyIncludes film clips and interviews with fellow actors John Travolta, Jon Voight and Dennis Hopper+-+7717225425324+-+7717225425324Fri Mar 21 15:11:16 EDT 2014batch72795