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    folly of the men, almost making up for the double standards exercised in the beginning…But not quite.  Hero should not have had to depend on the men to regain her honor. Works Cited Much Ado About Nothing.  Directed by Kenneth Branagh.  Samuel Goldwyn Company and Renaissance Films, 1993. Much Ado About Nothing.  The Riverside Shakespeare, 2nd ed.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1997.  366-398. Neely, Carol Thomas.  “Shakespeare’s Women: Historical Facts and Dramatic Representations

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    Sam Goldwyn

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    Man. [1] The Goldwyn Productions was started in 1916 when Goldfish paired up with Broadway's Edgar and Alan Selwyn. Liking the elegant sound of the Goldwyn name, he adopted it as his own, and so Schmuel “Goldfish” became Samuel Goldwyn. In 1924, theater owner, Marcus Loew procured a business package including Metro Pictures, The Goldwyn Company, and Louis B. Mayer Productions. Adopting Goldwyn's lion logo, inspired by the statue outside the New York Public Library, the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios

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    Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures (originally named Famous players), Mutual Film Corporation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Fox Film Corporation. Warner Bros. Pictures, incorporated in 1923 by the brothers (Jack, Harry, Albert, and Sam); the studio's first principal asset was Rin Tin Tin. MGM, first named Metro-Goldwyn Pictures - in 1924 formed from the merger of Metro Pictures (1915), Samuel Goldwyn Picture Corporation (1917), and the Louis B. Mayer Pictures Company (1918).

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    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Beginnings

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    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in the 1920’s The roaring twenties would be nothing without the roar of the MGM Lion. “If Hollywood had no other studio than Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the town still would have been the movie capital of the world” (Fricke para 1). MGM enchanted audiences with its high-budgeted films and glamorous list of stars (Hanson para 1). Three failing movie companies came together in 1924 in hopes to make it big in the motion picture industry, and it did (Fricke para 3). Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer created

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    The Cameraman (Rough Draft) The Cameraman (1928), an MGM Buster Keaton feature, is one of the last truly great feature films of the silent era. From the artistic balance it finds between the simplicity of an all-too-familiar storyline and the complexity of technique and cinematography, to the very-entertaining and captivating performances of its actors, the film that was nearly lost to the annals of motion-picture history is a multi-faceted gem that is joyous to watch. Simplicity is one of the big

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    Samuel Gompers

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    Labor leader and advocate of legislative labor reform, Samuel Gompers was globally recognized for being a cornerstone in the sustaining legacy that is the American Federation of Labor. Gompers was born to a Jewish working class couple in London on the 27th of January in 1850. His childhood was short lived, for he was forced to mature early on. After only four years of receiving an elementary school education, Gompers was taken in and apprenticed to a shoemaker at the age of ten. He would quickly

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    Waiting for Godot:  Clear Criticism of Christianity Samuel Beckett may have denied the use of Christian mythology in Waiting for Godot, but the character of Lucky proves otherwise.  We can read Lucky as a symbolic figure of Christ, and, as such, his actions in the play carry a criticism of Christianity, suggesting that the merits of Christianity have decreased to the point where they no longer help man at all. The parallels between Christ and Lucky are strong. Lucky, chained with a rope,

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    Samuel

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    Samuel He looked into her eyes and proceeded to tell her how beautiful she was to him. He had to her many times before, and every time she would smile and look away. Sometimes he wasn’t really sure how things came to be. No-matter how bad things had become, he always found strength in her. Now there was a baby on the way, his whole life was turning around. The child was born in a place where war and hardship had become a commonality. He was given the name Samuel by his mother. Before

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    On the Grand Finale in Samuel Clemenss

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    On the Grand Finale in Samuel Clemenss Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain) not only tells a story in this famous contribution to American literature, he also goes to great length to depict civilized humanity in a light that is anything but glamorous or glorious. In fact, his descriptions of typical representatives of society regarding their motivations, actions, habits, and morals are conveyed with subtlety but with unmistakable critical intentions. The metatextual aspects of this work appear

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    The Way American Culture Has Changed Over Time

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    It is obvious American culture has changed drastically over time. American culture today is a lot different than it was one hundred, fifty , even twenty years ago. Styles, music, entertainment, and technology have all altered significantly. There are many people that influence our culture with their new talents, ideas, and personalities. During the 1930’s, your go-to girl for a good movie would be Judy Garland. With her diverse talents and unique beauty, she was always a sight to see on screen,she

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