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|Author||: Ed Andreychuk|
|Total Pages||: 189|
|Genre||: Performing Arts|
Download The Lone Ranger on Radio Film and Television Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Lone Ranger has endured as an iconic figure in American popular culture, from his 1933 premier as a radio serial hero through a highly-rated television series (1949-1957) to a 2013 feature film. Created by script writer Fran Striker and radio station owner George W. Trendle, the character was meant to embody courage, fair play and honesty, and writers had to adhere to specific guidelines: "he never smokes ... he uses precise speech ... he never shoots to kill." The popularity of the Ranger and his companion Tonto inspired later crime fighting duos like Batman and Robin, and The Green Hornet and Kato. This book examines the franchise in detail, with summaries and production details of the original radio episodes.
|Author||: Brett Matthews|
|Publsiher||: Dynamite Entertainment|
|Total Pages||: 331|
|Genre||: Comics & Graphic Novels|
Download The Lone Ranger Definitive Edition Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This Definitive edition features the first 11 issues (as well as the 2007 Free Comic Book Day story) of Dynamite's critically acclaimed Lone Ranger Series by Brett Matthews, Sergio Cariello and John Cassaday! In "Now and Forever" (issues 1-6) the complete story of how John Reid was transformed into The Lone Ranger, and, along with his partner Tonto, set a new standard of justice in the Old West! In "Lines Not Crossed" (issues 7-11) the thrilling adventures of The Lone Ranger and Tonto as the masked man and his Indian companion themselves in between frontier justice and a condemned man... all while continuing to make things difficult for Cavendish - who's becoming more unhinged by the actions of this "lone" ranger!
|Author||: Robert Perito|
|Publsiher||: US Institute of Peace Press|
|Total Pages||: 424|
Download Where is the Lone Ranger when We Need Him Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A penetrating study of U.S. policy on peace operations, Perito examines the challenges of establishing sustainable security in postconflict environments in places like the Balkans, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
|Author||: Louis Filler|
|Publsiher||: Popular Press|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Language Arts & Disciplines|
Download Seasoned Authors for a New Season Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This collection of essays probes the values in a variety of authors who have had in common the fact of popularity and erstwhile reputation. Why were they esteemed? Who esteemed them? And what has become of their reputations, to readers, to the critic himself? No writer here has been asked to justify the work of his subject, and reports and conclusions about this wide variety of creative writers vary, sometimes emphasizing what the critic believes to be enduring qualities in the subject, in several cases finding limitations in what that writer has to offer us today.