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Kann es für einen, der als Angeklagter vor Gericht steht, irgendetwas geben, das genauso viel zählt wie ein Freispruch? Auf die scheinbar absurde Frage gibt es eine überraschende Antwort: Ja, so etwas gibt es wirklich."Die Sensibilität dafür, dass ein Prozess vor Gericht gewonnen, in der Öffentlichkeit aber verloren gehen kann, ist gewachsen", erklärte etwa der Frankfurter Kommunikationsberater Hartwin Moehrle gegenüber "Horizont", dem Branchenmagazin für Marketing, Werbung und PR. Kaum ein halbes Jahr zuvor hatten Josef Ackermann und Klaus Esser bei Beginn des Mannesmann-Prozesses vor dem Landgericht in Düsseldorf den unvergesslichen Beweis geliefert, als sie einander siegesgewiss, lachend und demonstrativ mit dem "Victory"-Zeichen grüßten. Die Angeklagten wurden später zwar freigesprochen, Makel und Rufschädigung aber blieben. Denn die Entblößung war schlimmer als eine Bagatelle: Sie war ein Fehler.
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Mit dem Ruf der wohl stümperhafteste und lauteste Einbrecher seiner Zeit zu sein, kommt Henry Vickers hinter Gitter. Ertappt bei seinem ersten Einbruch. Er schwört sich, dass die Welt nie wieder etwas von ihm hören soll.Und er hält Wort...
Als Einbrecherkönig "Schleicher-Harry" kehrt er nach Ende des Ersten Weltkrieges auf die Bühne des Verbrechens zurück. Die Londoner Polizei ahnt noch nicht, dass sie es mit demgerissensten Ganoven zu tun bekommt, der die Stadt je unsicher gemacht hat. Sie tappt völlig im Dunkeln, wer hinter den lautlosen Einbrüchen steckt, die Nacht für Nacht verübt werden. Lord Trenchard von Scotland Yard setzt seine besten Leute auf den Fall an.

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Wird es den Inspectoren Thompson und Hambrook gelingen, den nunmehr leisesten Einbrecher in der Geschichte Englands endlich dingfest zu machen? Dazu müssten sie allerdings erst das Rätsel um "Schleicher-Harrys" Markenzeichen lösen: Einen zerrissenen Stofflappen...

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to/Hf0161 Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Gameplay: Wenn Far Cry 3 und Michael Biehn ein Kind hätten und dieses vom Terminat.

Claudette Colbert chases millionaires in screwball masterpiece 'The Palm Beach ... - New York Post

The year in classic film on video gets off to a laugh-filled start with Criterion’s Blu-ray debut of Preston Sturges’ screwball classic “The Palm Beach Story’’ (1942) in a gleaming black-and-white transfer that will make anyone who remembers... This might not be the funniest film of Sturges’ brief but brilliant heyday in the ‘40s (“The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek”), or the most subversively romantic (“The Lady Eve”), or the best made (“Sullivan’s Travels”), but it’s definitely a... This would actually be close to the case if “The Palm Beach Story” featured nothing beyond the hilarious mid-film rampage of the Ale and Quail Club, a group of drunken millionaires given to singing while toting hunting rifles and dogs on a... These reveries prompt their guest Gerry (screwball queen Claudette Colbert in top form), who doesn’t have a ticket for the train, to flee their private car in borrowed pajamas and to sneak into a berth above that occupied by a self-absorbed... She’s fled with only the clothes on her back (just as Claudette’s character did on a train to Paris in Mitchell Leisen’s “Midnight,” which would make a great double feature with this) after an argument with Tom (an impeccable Joel McCrea) at the... Gerry proposes they divorce so she can find a rich man who will support her in the style she’s becoming accustomed to — and, oh yeah, this millionaire will also provide the $99,000 Tom needs to build a prototype for an airport in the sky. No, none of this makes much sense, even by screwball standards, and it really isn’t supposed to. I haven’t even mentioned the Wienie King, another millionaire (this one profoundly deaf) who eventually funds Gerry’s trip to Florida while also... I can’t even begin to explain why Gerry would try to pass off her husband as a brother named “Captain McGlue” when he meets Vallée’s millionaire (named John D. Hackensacker III) in Palm Beach. Giving Vallée stiff competition in the scene-stealing department is a blond-wigged Mary Astor (another veteran of “Midnight”) as his sister, a much-married, sex-obsessed “princess” who. Source: nypost.com

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  • Claudette Colbert chases millionaires in screwball masterpiece 'The Palm Beach ...

    01/21/15 ,via New York Post

    The year in classic film on video gets off to a laugh-filled start with Criterion's Blu-ray debut of Preston Sturges' screwball classic “The Palm Beach Story'' (1942) in a gleaming black-and-white transfer that will make anyone who remembers battered

  • George T. Greethurst

    01/11/15 ,via Winona Daily News

    Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery in St. Charles with military honors by the American Legion and VFW of St. Charles. Casket bearers will be Josh Leisen, Rim Rainey, Mike Rainey, Fran Rainey, Randy Fabian, Steve Bishop, Duane Rodgers, and Jim Leisen.

Recipes

  • Michael Lewis's Cassoulet de Canard

    california, beef broth, black pepper, cloves, duck legs, white beans, garlic, garlic, lamb, onions, leaves, bread crumbs, pork rind, goose, salt, thyme, tomato

Books

  • Americans All

    University of Texas Press. 2012. ISBN: 9780292749801,0292749805. 263 pages.

    Cultural diplomacy—"winning hearts and minds" through positive portrayals of the American way of life—is a key element in U.S. foreign policy, although it often takes a backseat to displays of military might. Americans All provides an in-depth, fine-grained study of a particularly successful instance of cultural diplomacy—the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs (CIAA), a government agency established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1940 and headed by Nelson A. Rockefeller that worked to promote hemispheric solidarity and combat Axis infiltration and domination by bolstering inter-American cultural ties. Darlene J. Sadlier explores how the CIAA used film, radio, the press, and various educational and high-art activities to convince people in the United States of the importance of good neighbor relations with Latin America, while also persuading Latin Americans that the United States recognized and appreciated the importance of our southern neighbors. She examines the CIAA's working relationship with Hollywood's Motion Picture Society of the Americas; its network and radio productions in North and South America; its sponsoring of Walt Disney, Orson Welles, John Ford, Gregg Toland, and many others who traveled between the United States and Latin America; and its close ties to the newly created Museum of Modern Art, which organized traveling art and photographic exhibits and produced hundreds of 16mm educational films for inter-American audiences; and its influence on the work of scores of artists, libraries, book publishers, and newspapers, as well as public schools, universities, and private organizations.

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  • Out There :: It's Malcolm McDowell's World

    01/24/15 ,via EDGE Boston

    (Left to right:) Yuja Wang, Michael Tilson Thomas, Marc-André Hamelin ... writer Cornell Woolrich , and directors Mitchell Leisen and Luchino Visconti . We are and always have been everywhere. Look for our Noir City coverage elsewhere in these pages.

  • Hues & texture

    01/23/15 ,via Telegraph Herald

    Hues from the Heart" is a group exhibit, curated by Michael Coty, and features the work of Dalton Leisen, Danny Luna, Jonathan Stone and Michael Pacheco. The work is a variety of acrylic paintings, oil paintings, sculptures and other forms of mixed media art.

  • Brokeback Mountain

    01/09/15 ,via Uncut

    In Wyoming, two young cowboys, Jack (Gyllenhaal) and Ennis (Ledger), are thrown together, employed by rancher Joe Aguirre (Quaid) to run his large herd of sheep on Brokeback Mountain ... it enjoyed in the Golden Age of Michael Curtiz and Mitchell Leisen.

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Michael Leisen - IMDb

Michael Leisen, Actor: The Invitation. Michael Leisen is an actor, known for The Invitation (2003), Watchtower (2002) and Moccasin Flats (2003).

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View Mike Leisen's professional profile on LinkedIn. ... Michael Leisen. Design Consultant. Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area. Michael Leisen. designyourway at ...

Mitchell Leisen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mitchell Leisen (October 6, 1898 – October 28, 1972) was an American director, art director, and costume designer. Contents 1 Film career 2 Personal life 3 Awards 4 ...

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