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MIKE'S MURDER 27x41 Folded Original Movie Poster Unused Condition As Shipped From Studio Distributer.Poster is in excellent condition/ to mint condition. Poster is original, not a copy.

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A Great 8x10 Still from this classic film. This still features MARK KEYLOUN and DEBRA WINGER This is your opportunity to own a one of a kind piece of memorabilia from this film gem. Suitable for framing and would look good next to your family photos.

Mike's Eradicate (Mod) from Warner Bros.

Mike's Eradicate (Mod) from Warner Bros.

by Warner Brothers (Drama Movies)

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Asolo Rep's Josephine 05/09/16, via Sarasota

Preferably, we see Josephine addressing her loving audiences, having a fling with Prince Gustav of Sweden (Mark Campbell), who's married and can not at all give her what she really wants, and taking for granted her bandleader, Jo Bouillon (Kevin Earley), the

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THEATER Reassessment: Colorful 'Josephine' makes debut at Asolo Rep 05/07/16, via Sarasota Herald-Tribune

The maiden we first meet in the book by Ellen Weston and Mark Hampton is a dynamo on stage but a self-centered and obnoxious superstar. We don't grasp her yet or realize how far she has come from child maid to affairs with royalty. There also are fun

Gimme an "F" (1984) Greatly Movie

1984 cult dim "Gimme an F" Directed By: Paul Justman Starring: Stephen Shellen, Mark Keyloun, Jennifer Cooke, Lisa Wilcox, etc. Distributed By: 20th Century.


The Films of James Bridges

The Films of James Bridges

Published by McFarland 2011

ISBN 9780786485994,078648599X
212 pages

"This subject-matter tells the story of the life and career of James Bridges, utilizing new interviews with friends and collaborators; it also offers a detailed critique of each of Bridges' eight feature films, including his lesser-known cult classics, September 30, 1955, and Mike's Rub out. This overdue examination shines a light on a career well worth remembering"--Provided by publisher.

Asolo Rep's Josephine - Sarasota

The memoirs of African-American singer-dancer-actress Josephine Baker, born in poverty in St. Louis but ascending to stardom in the Paris of the 1920s, is certainly nice fodder for a musical. There have, in fact, been other attempts prior to the world premiere of Josephine now onstage at Asolo Rep. In the case of this new work, with a engage by Ellen Weston and Mark Hampton, music by Stephen Dorff and lyrics by John Bettis, the intent is to focus on a specific duration of time in Baker’s long life, mostly the years 1939 to 1945, at Paris’ Folies... So we don’t see much of Josephine’s early struggles, except when the grown Josephine (Deborah Cox) interacts bluntly with her younger self (Tori Bates). The past is a time that Josephine would rather forget—or certainly embroider lavishly—to put aside the drag that came before her success as an entertainer in France. This Josephine is a decidedly old-fashioned musical in its approach to her story, and one slanted more towards comedy than adversity, although Baker must have had plenty of the latter. Instead, we see Josephine addressing her loving audiences, having a fling with Prince Gustav of Sweden (Mark Campbell), who’s married and can not at any time give her what she really wants, and taking for granted her bandleader, Jo Bouillon (Kevin Earley),... It’s a pretty superficial interpretation of Josephine. even though Cox does Baker’s distinguished banana dance with gusto and has plenty of appeal, we don’t really get to know or care about her character as much as we should. It might help if we saw some more of the young Josephine, whom the older lady must at first reject before she can accept. As it is, Josephine’s sudden Act II transition from a diva who likes to be lavished with jewels into a devoted heroine of the French Resisters seems unconvincing. As Josephine’s friend and mentor, Bricktop, Lynette DuPree gets to deliver some of the better numbers (her No person’s Listenin ’ is a rouser). And then there’s the gay duo of Josephine’s longtime dresser (Matthew McGee) and the prince’s man (Michael Keyloun). They’re amusing swapping complaints about their employers and edging toward a relationship, but they also serve to pull focus from the main story. As you might expect from an Asolo Rep show (especially one aiming at Broadway), the production values here are eximious. Eduardo Sicangco’s costumes, especially for Cox and her showgirls, are fantastic, and Paul Tate dePoo III’s set for the Folies as lush as you could want. Likewise, big cheese-choreographer Joey McKneely has his cast and chorus doing some outstanding work on the dance numbers. And Cox, who puts over the wistful Est-Ce Que C’est Vous. But there does want to be some work done on the play’s book, and perhaps its tone, if Josephine is really going to score. Producer Kenneth Waissman has already doting years to this project, and will no doubt be willing to devote whatever it takes to make that happen. Josephine continues through May 29. for tickets tinkle 351-8000 or go to asolorep.

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