Three-Dimensional Chess — shadowplay (Reblog)

I read Walter Tevis’s The Queen’s Gambit years ago and loved it. His other filmed books, The Hustler and The Man Who Fell to Earth are great too, and made good movies but the books are still worthy of investigation. The Color of Money doesn’t really have anything much in common with Scorsese’s film and […]

Three-Dimensional Chess — shadowplay

Review: Foundation or the best chess game ever! — (Reblog)

Hello people! I hope you all are well! Today I am really excited because I am here with the first review for Sci-Fi Month, and I am reviewing a book that took me completely by surprise, so… let’s start! Title: FoundationSeries: Foundation #1Author: Isaac AsimovPage Count: 244 For twelve thousand years the Galactic Empire has […]

Review: Foundation or the best chess game ever! —

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #385: “CONVOY”- C.W. MCCALL – JANUARY 10, 1976 — slicethelife (Reblog)

Billboard #1 Hits: #385: “Convoy”- C.W. McCall. January 10, 1976. #1 for 1 week in the Billboard Hot 100. Single:”Convoy”- C.W. McCall Record Company- MCM Genre: Country Written by Bill Fries Time:3:49 B-side:” Long Lonesome Road” Album-Black Bear Road Grade: C Peaked at #1 1 week in Billboard Hot 100. #2 in UK Singles Chart, […]

BILLBOARD #1 HITS: #385: “CONVOY”- C.W. MCCALL – JANUARY 10, 1976 — slicethelife

2021 MOVIE DRAFT- ROUND 1 PICK 5- HANSPOSTCARD SELECTS- SERIES- THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY SERIES: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING/ THE TWO TOWERS/ THE RETURN OF THE KING — slicethelife (Reblog)

2021 Movie Draft- Round 1 Pick 5- Hanspostcard selects a SERIES- The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy Series- The Fellowship Of The Ring/ The Two Towers/ The Return Of The King. One of the things I missed in 2020 was going to the cinema to watch movies on the big screen. The last movie my […]

2021 MOVIE DRAFT- ROUND 1 PICK 5- HANSPOSTCARD SELECTS- SERIES- THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY SERIES: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING/ THE TWO TOWERS/ THE RETURN OF THE KING — slicethelife

‘Gone With The Wind’ Premieres December 15 1939 (Atlanta)

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One of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters ever was premiered this day, December 15 1939, at Loew’s Grand Theatre, Atlanta. It is thought that around 300,000 people in Atlanta came out in celebration.

The film tells the tragic tale of a southern family’s struggle and disintegration during the ensuing melee of the American Civil War, which took place between 1861 and 1865.

Gone With The Wind has an iconic cast of stars, including Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia de Haviland and remains highly popular today.

Copyright Francis 2020

Kirk Douglas 1916 to 2020 — The Case for Global Film (Reblog)

Kirk Douglas died in February this year. Recently terrestrial television screened the video of his Hollywood break-through film Champion (1949). Douglas played the title role of Midge, a boxing champ driven by ambition. Throughout the film Midge is ruthless in the way that he uses people to climb to the top. But it is not […]

Kirk Douglas 1916 to 2020 — The Case for Global Film

The Boy Who Became a Dragon: A Bruce Lee Story by Jim Di Bartolo — Pages Unbound | Book Reviews & Discussions (Reblog)

Information Goodreads: The Boy Who Became a DragonSeries: NoneSource: LibraryPublished: February 2020 Summary This fictionalized biography of Bruce Lee follows him from his childhood as he is inspired to act and to learn martial arts. Review The Boy Who Became a Dragon is a fictionalized biography of Bruce Lee that attempts to explore how his […]

The Boy Who Became a Dragon: A Bruce Lee Story by Jim Di Bartolo — Pages Unbound | Book Reviews & Discussions

To Have And Have Not (1944) — Ticket 2 Ride (Reblog)

One of Humphrey Bogart’s most famous films, and the one where he flirts with Lauren Bacall whenever they are on screen. This has always been Casablanca Lite, in my book. Both films have heavy atmosphere, quirky characters, a piano-playing pal, Nazis, a world-weary American who doesn’t want to dirty his hands with current politics. To […]

To Have And Have Not (1944) — Ticket 2 Ride

HANS REMEMBERS- SUNDAY AUGUST 30, 1970- 50 YEARS AGO — slicethelife (Reblog)

Hans Remembers- Sunday August 30, 1970- 50 Years Ago. Sometimes the ordinary obscure person is involved an event that they will be remembered by the world forever for- on November 22, 1963 that happened to a Russian-Ukrainian born-American clothing manufacturer with a home movie camera. Abraham Zapruder was his name- at the time he was […]

HANS REMEMBERS- SUNDAY AUGUST 30, 1970- 50 YEARS AGO — slicethelife

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Memories of Prague 2019

It’s almost a year since we visited Prague in Czechia, one of our favourite cities.

I am quite sure, like virtually everywhere, it has been affected by the 2020 crises, but it remains one of the most beautiful places in Europe and the world.

Copyright Francis Barker 2020