Seminal Image #1107


Wake in Fright
(Ted Kotcheff; 1971)

But Did You Read the Book? #20


Wake in Fright by Kenneth Cook, adapted for the screen in 1971

The Art of Cinema #578


Crime in the Streets (1956)

When Legends Gather #843

Edith Piaf reads Django Reinhardt's palm

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #7 (part two)


The cast for episode #7 (part two)

Joseph Garza Medina
Steve Pulaski
Brian Risselada
Matthew Sharkey
John Calvin Story
Tom Sutpen
Peter L. Winkler

Nuns Gone Wild #20

In the Studio #150

Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson

Artists in Action #849

Andy Warhol peels

They Were Collaborators #870

Frank and Eleanor Perry

Seminal Image #1106

Desperate
(Anthony Mann; 1947)

The Heretofore Unmentioned #190


Peter Max

The King #12


annals of public performance #84


Sammy and the Rats

Soul Stirrers #35

Jeanette 'Baby' Washington

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #7 (part one)


The cast for episode #7 (part one)

Joseph Garza Medina
Brian Risselada
Tom Sutpen
Peter L. Winkler

Where the Boys Are #24

Anthony Newley in magazine ad for
'Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness'
1969 

The Record Men #9

Morris Levy. 

The well connected president of Roulette Records.
Pictured, far right, with Tommy James & the Shondells. 1966

'Roulette ...was this criminal enterprise going on as we're trying to have a career in pop music' (Tommy James)

The Frame Within the Frame #78


Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky; 1979)

Critical Symbols: The Cross and the Switchblade #5

Raquel Welch on Cross
Publicity Still for 'One Million Years BC'
Photographer: Terry O'Neil

Count Pointer Count #2


"Girls are trained to say, 'I wrote this, but it's probably really stupid.' Well, no, you wouldn't write a novel if you thought it was really stupid. Men are much more comfortable going, 'I wrote this book because I have a unique perspective that the world needs to hear.' Girls are taught from the age of seven that if you get a compliment, you don't go, 'Thank you', you go, 'No, you're insane.' "

Movie Directors and the Means of Production #33

Movie Director: Russ Meyer

Means: Actor John Lazar, with false breasts by John Chambers


Production: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970)

The Record Men #8

Jerry Wexler, Ahmet Ertegun, Nesuhi Ertegun
Atlantic Records

'There was a kind of record man,' Wexler has said in what might almost serve as an idealized self- portrait,'that was the complete record man, a Renaissance man if you will, who did the whole thing. First, he had the brass to imagine that he could do it, that he could find somebody who would spend a dollar, a good hard - earned American dollar, for his phonograph record. Then he had to find an artist, find a song, con the artist into coming into his studio, coax him into singing the song, pull the record out of him, press the record;then take that record and go to the disc jockeys and con them into putting it on the radio, then go to the distributors and beg them to take a box of twenty - five and try it out . That's the kind of experience that very few people get anymore.'

(from Sweet Soul Music by Peter Guralnick)

Illusion Travels By Streetcar #5


The cast for episode #5

Joseph Garza Medina
Brian Risselada
Ryan Sarnowski
John Calvin Story
Tom Sutpen

Girls of the Golden West #11


Barbara Bel Geddes in Blood on the Moon (Robert Wise; 1948)

The Cool Hall of Fame #273

Ennio Morricone

The Future is Now #42

Original caption: "Secretary Pauline Edwards demonstrates the use of closed-circuit television for self-assessment, London, 1963."