Pioneers of African American Cinema Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Among the most fascinating chapters of film history is that of the so-called “race films” that flourished in the s -’40s. Unlike the “black cast” films produced within the Hollywood studio system, these films not only starred African Americans but were funded, written, produced, edited, distributed, and often exhibited by people of color. Entrepreneurial filmmakers built an industry apart from the Hollywood establishment, cultivating visual and narrative styles that were uniquely their own Pioneers of African-American cinema Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Among the most fascinating chapters of film history is that of the so-called “race films” that flourished in the s -’40s. Entrepreneurial filmmakers built an industry apart from the Hollywood establishment, cultivating visual and narrative styles that were uniquely their own Pioneers of African-American cinema Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The scar of shame: Pettus , she is rescued by an aspiring composer Harry Henderson , but encounters opposition from his class-conscious mother. This edition of The sca of shame includes four minutes of newly-restored material”–Booklet Pioneers of African-American cinema Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide “Early African-American filmmakers created these films outside the Hollywood system, an expression of a then-powerful niche market that was sometimes regionally distributed, sometimes driven by celebrity, and always reflective of an African-American point of view. Early African-American cinema reveals sophisticated and nuanced treatment of important social issues largely ignored by mainstream movies. The restoration of these films comes at a time when they’re deeply relevant to an informed discussion of race in America. The humor, passion and craft exhibited in these works speak volumes about the dedication of cinematic pioneers to their intended audiences as well as their influence on mainstream culture”–Publisher’s website Pioneers of African-American cinema Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide The symbol of the unconquered:
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Swat the Shopping Bug to view related military items! No matter how advanced the technology, a good knife always has a place in battle. A special breed of knives saw extensive development during WWII. Known as the “fighting knife”. While it could be employed for the uses of a regular knife, its primary goal was for hand-to-hand combat.
The design, balance and materials employed varied from the run of the mill knife.
Robeson offered an automobile knife that not only had a large master blade, but also a combination screwdriver, wire stripper, cap lifter and Prest-O-Lite in a single implement, plus an additional leather awl or .
Beautiful yellow Marblette handles are set off with brass and colored end washes. Listed in the catalog, pg 9. Their still out there folks, this set was acquired at an estate sale for a pittance. Photo courtesy of Kinfolks Collector – Ron Small Kinfolks Series The series of small hunting knife featured a 3 inch blade and was often referred to as a bird and trout knife. Shown from left, stacked leather handle with knights head aluminum pommel, Y with yellow marblette handle, R with red marblette handle, and a two knife set including a and a with stacked leather handles.
Kinfolks Series The was one of the smaller fixed blade knives produced by Kinfolks.
This another WWII-style utility knife commonly purchased by military personnel. Metal pommel, stacked-leather-washer grip. Overall condition is good to very-good.
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If this item contains incorrect or inappropriate information please contact us here to flag it for review. Nice ornate and unusual coffee pot. Original black enamel wood handle with end caps and original black enamel wood lid knob. Handle, lid, and spout are all tight and firmly attached. Fluted base and ornately angled pouring spout that looks Art Deco but this was made before the Art Deco period. Complete with hinged lid and in excellent condition for years old. What a great item for display in your kitchen if you love coffee.
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It tells the adventurous spirit of Brian Robeson and Derek. It tells the spirit of a teenager that can survive with just a knife and a radio. The courageousness of Brian Robeson shows throughout the book/5().
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De-Bunking “KA-BAR”[ edit ] In the last lines of the article regarding the “ka-bar” fighting knife, it is suggested that the name comes from ‘knife attachment, browning automatic rifle’. It is my feeling that this is a terribly deceptive fiction. At the time of the acceptance of the Ka-Bar bayonets were separate, much longer pieces of cutlery from a soldiers fighting knife. Provisions on the knife for bayonet lug attachment in some models are a recent occurrence, to accommodate a knife to the M platform.
The original knife, and most examples still in service were never intended, nor designed to be rifle mounted. Secondly, to my knowledge, The BAR, or browning automatic rifle, never had a provision for bayonet mounting.
Of all the USMC/USN Fighting Utility knives issued during the war by the four wartime manufacturers of this knife – Camillus, Union Cutlery, PAL Cutlery, and Robeson, only Union Cutlery Company’s knives were marked KA-BAR on the ricasso – right where the company had always placed its KA-BAR trademark since (BTW, Union Cutlery Co. changed.
In the s the family moved into a block of workshops which would become their most famous address, No. As well as producing an unrivaled range of pen and pocket knives, the company became famous for their exhibition cutlery, which showed off the skill of the cutlers working for them. These wonders could be seen in the company showrooms on Norfolk Street, which when opened in caused a sensation.
There were very few showrooms within Sheffield, where visitors could come to look at and buy goods in plush surroundings. The first visitors did not even realise that the goods in the cabinets were for sale, the idea was so strange. Joseph Rodgers had a reputation for producing the best quality items in Sheffield. A village headman commiserated with him because there were no more Rodgers knives made. When the officer objected the headman told him that a British traveller had given him a Rodgers knife and told him they could cut through iron, something a prisoner in chains had done.
While continuing to make high quality products, the late Victorian period onwards were difficult for the company. By they had sold No. From a workforce of in , the company had reduced to employees in The name is now owned by Egginton Brothers and is still being stamped on Sheffield made cutlery today.
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Black Baker man accused of threatening year-old girl with gun, forcing her into sex multiple times A Baker man was arrested Tuesday after authorities say he threatened a year-old girl with a gun and forced her to have sex with him on four occasions, according to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office. Norman Battley, 37, is accused of taking the girl from a barbecue on July 15 without her consent, threatening her, then forcing her to engage in sexual acts.
Battley first took the girl to his friend’s house, where he wanted to film the girl and his year-old friend having sex, but she refused. Then, Battley forced the girl into having sex with him, during which he told the girl he served 10 years in prison for killing someone. Battley later took the girl to his house, where he pulled out a handgun from under the bed. He pointed it at her and threatened to kill both of them if police came to the house, again reminding her he did time for killing someone.
He then forced her to have sex with him multiple times that night.