Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2021

Each entry includes title, alternate title, one-to four-bone rating, year released, MPAA rating, brief review, length, format, country of origin, cast, technical personnel, awards and made-for-television/cable/video designations.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2021

Each entry includes title, alternate title, one-to four-bone rating, year released, MPAA rating, brief review, length, format, country of origin, cast, technical personnel, awards and made-for-television/cable/video designations.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 1996

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 1996

USA Today gave it a 4-star rating, the Houston Chronicle called it "by far the best" and the New York Times says the "Hound takes the lead in a blaze of supplemental lists". The new 1996 edition of America's favorite guide to movies on video offers over 22,000 video reviews, including 1,000 new reviews.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2020

The complete guide to movies on all home entertainment formats.-- Cover.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2020

The complete guide to movies on all home entertainment formats.-- Cover.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever

These two Hollywood axioms formed the basis for VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 2002. Yes , we heard all the rumbling and grumbling about the Hound's unwieldly size and got up off our big ol ' hind quarters and did something about ...

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 1997

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Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever  1997

The alternative life raft in a sea of similarity, VideoHound competes on content, categories, and indexing, but the dramatic difference is the attitude. Irreverent, slightly tongue-in-cheek, the Hound never takes himself too seriously. The 1997 edition, fully expanded and updated with 1,000 new entries, provides information and opinions on 22,000-plus videos--more than any other guide on the market--including documentaties, made-for-TV movies, and animated features. Includes Web site entertainment directory.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 1999

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VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 1999

This comprehensive guide contains the most extensive listing of movies available on video--with 1,000 new movies, added categories, and more--plus a multitude of cross-referencing within its 13 primary indexes.

Video Hound s Golden Movie Retriever 1991

A VIDEOHOUND'S GOLDEN MOVIE RETRIEVER 25 A VIDEOHOUND'S GOLDEN MOVIE RETRIEVER 27 A VIDEOHOUND'S GOLDEN MOVIE. 1979 ( G ) 88m / C Tim Conway , Don Knotts , Tim Matheson , Kenneth Mars , Harry Morgan , Jack Elam Dir : Vincent McEveety .

Video Hound s Golden Movie Retriever  1991


Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2000

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Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2000

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 1993

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever  1993

The people have spoken--and it's thumbs-up for Video Hound! With 21,000 videos reviewed and rated, this is "the best darn video-movie guide there is". (The Niagara Gizette). Used as the database of choice for Blockbuster Video's new "Movie Guide".

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.

Videoland

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Videoland

Videoland offers a comprehensive view of the "tangible phase" of consumer video, when Americans largely accessed movies as material commodities at video rental stores. Video stores served as a vital locus of movie culture from the early 1980s until the early 2000s, changing the way Americans socialized around movies and collectively made movies meaningful. When films became tangible as magnetic tapes and plastic discs, movie culture flowed out from the theater and the living room, entered the public retail space, and became conflated with shopping and salesmanship. In this process, video stores served as a crucial embodiment of movie cultureÕs historical move toward increased flexibility, adaptability, and customization. In addition to charting the historical rise and fall of the rental industry, Herbert explores the architectural design of video stores, the social dynamics of retail encounters, the video distribution industry, the proliferation of video recommendation guides, and the often surprising persistence of the video store as an adaptable social space of consumer culture. Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork, cultural geography, and archival research, Videoland provides a wide-ranging exploration of the pivotal role video stores played in the history of motion pictures, and is a must-read for students and scholars of media history.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2019

Reviews movies that are available on DVD or tape.

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever 2019

Containing the most extensive listing of movies available on home video and DVD - more than 29,000 in all - and a multitude of cross-referencing within its seven primary indexes and two guides, each new edition includes 1,000 new movies, expanded indexing, a fresh new introduction and more of the beloved categories. Videos A-Z features full plot summary and review. Indexes include Catergory, Kibbles, and Series, Awards, Director, Writer and Cast.

Take Five Organizational Behavior Alive

100 Craddock, VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever, 724 101 Marjorie A. Lyles and Ian I. Mitroff, “Organizational Problem Formulation: An Empirical Study,” Administrative Science Quarterly 25, no.

Take Five  Organizational Behavior Alive

Movies can be great teaching tools for everything from behavior theories and concepts to ethical dilemmas. For instance, when John (Jack Lemmon) and Max (Walter Matthau) must decide in Grumpier Old Men whether to go to Maxs wedding or once again try to catch the most elusive fish in the lake, Catfish Hunter, they arent sure what to do. In Take Five: Organizational Behavior Alive, cinema instructor and expert Joseph E. Champoux presents carefully selected film scenes that showcase organizational behavior concepts and issues that can be used at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive levels. Classics like The Godfather, contemporary films like Morning Glory, and even animated films that rely on computer graphics technology all offer valuable insights into understanding organizational behavior. There are even overlooked gems such as James and the Giant Peach, which includes an underappreciated scene showcasing work force diversity. Each scene thats presented includes questions to ask yourself as well as space to write down your own observations. Theres also a list of concepts and examples that you can check off as you see them in a scene.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 2017

Each entry includes title, alternate title, one- to four-bone rating, year released, MPAA rating, brief review, length, format, country of origin, cast, technical personnel, awards, and made-for-television/cable/video designations.

VideoHound s Golden Movie Retriever 2017

Each entry includes title, alternate title, one- to four-bone rating, year released, MPAA rating, brief review, length, format, country of origin, cast, technical personnel, awards, and made-for-television/cable/video designations.

New Class Society

Earl Wysong , " Class in the Movies 11 , " unpublished paper , 2006 ; Jim Craddock , ed . , VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever : 2006 ( Detroit : Thomson - Gale , 2006 ) . Our documentary category included films listed by the Video ...

New Class Society

From the Publisher: The New Class Society provides a fresh, lucid, and compelling exploration of U.S. class structure, social inequities, and the fading American Dream. This third edition extends the authors' distributional model of class analysis and class-based power networks model developed in earlier editions. The narrative has been revised with new, recent examples from today's news, social issues, and global developments. The book demonstrates how and why, over the last thirty years, class inequalities in the United States have been widened, hardened, and legitimized.

Uncle John s Supremely Satisfying Bathroom Reader

We've shared many of our favorite offbeat films in past Bathroom Readers. ... (VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever) THE LOVED ONE (1965) Satire Review: “Correctly advertised as the picture with something to offend everyone.

Uncle John s Supremely Satisfying Bathroom Reader

One of Uncle John’s all-time bestselling editions, Supremely Satisfying is everything a Bathroom Reader should be: informative, funny, surprising, thought-provoking, weird, and a little bit gross. Supreme satisfaction awaits you in Uncle John’s 14th all-new edition, which covers a whole host of topics—from the silly (a branding iron for hot dogs), to the bizarre (an exploding whale), to the profound (the rise of the Democratic and Republican parties). Since 1987, the Bathroom Readers’ Institute has led the movement to stand up for those who sit down and read in the bathroom (and everywhere else for that matter). With more than 11 million books in print, the Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader series is the longest-running, most popular series of its kind in the world. Where else could you learn how soap works, why people started tipping, and the history of chocolate? Uncle John rules the world of information and humor, so get ready to be thoroughly entertained. Read all about… - Dumb 9-1-1 calls - 22 things that fell from the sky - How Star Trek went from failed series to cult phenomenon - The origins of football, photography, soap operas, and paperclips - Quack medicines from yesterday and today - The “Uplifting” history of the bra - And much more!

Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema

VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 1997. Detroit, MI: Visible Ink Press, 1996. VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 2004. Farmington Hills, MI: Thompson Gale, 2003. Watkins, Mel. Stepin Fetchit: The Life and Times of Lincoln Perry.

Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema

This second edition of Historical Dictionary of African American Cinema covers its history through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about African American cinema.

Framing Law and Crime

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Framing Law and Crime

This cutting-edge edited collection brings together 17 scholarly essays on two of cinema and television’s most enduring and powerful themes: law and crime. With contributions by many of the most prominent scholars in law, sociology, criminology, and film, Framing Law and Crime offers a critical survey of a variety of genres and media, integrating descriptions of technique with critical analysis, and incorporating historical and socio-political critique. The first set of essays brings together accounts of the history of the Law and Cinema Movement; the groundbreaking genre of “post-apocalyptic fiction;” and the policy-setting genesis of a Canadian documentary. The second section of the book turns to the examination of a range of international or global films, with an eye to assessing the strengths, frailties, and possible functions of law, as depicted in fictional cinema. After an international focus in the second section, the third section focuses on law and crime in American film and television, inclusive of both fictional and documentary modes of narration. This section’s expansion beyond film narratives to include television series attempts to broaden the scope of the edited collection, in terms of media discussed; it is also a nod to how the big screen, although still a dominant force in American popular culture, now has to compete, to some extent, with the small screen, for influence over the collective American popular cultural imaginary. The fourth section, titled brings together various chapters that attempt to instantiate how a “Gothic Criminology” could be useful, as an interpretative framework in analyzing depictions of law and crime in film and television. The fifth and final section covers issues of pedagogy, epistemology, and ethics in relation to moving images of law and crime. Merging wide-ranging analyses with nuanced scholarly interpretations, Framing Law and Crime examines key concepts and showcases original research reflecting the latest interdisciplinary trends in the scholarship of the moving image. It addresses, not only scholars, but also fans, and will heighten the appreciation of connoisseurs and newcomers to these topics alike.

The Female Investigator in Literature Film and Popular Culture

The films were While the Patient Slept (Ray Enright, ¡935), The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (Frank McDonald, ¡936), Murder By an Aristocrat, ... VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 2002, Jim Craddock, Ed., Detroit, Gale Group, 2002, pp.

The Female Investigator in Literature  Film  and Popular Culture

In this book the author examines how women detectives are portrayed in film, in literature and on TV. Chapters examine the portrayal of female investigators in each of these four genres: the Gothic novel, the lesbian detective novel, television and film.