Bill Finger

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  • The Joker Scene Analysis

    Scene: When the Joker crashes Harvey Dent’s fundraiser and targets Rachael Dawes because no one knows where Harvey is. The 360 degree turn of the camera emphasizes Rachel’s struggle to over power the Joker and his struggle to maintain it. The Joker has his knife at Rachel 's mouth to not only show his dominance to her but to how that while he looks silly dressed like a clown, he is serious. While he knows that the rich guests are not scared of him, a criminal, he does not try to instill the same fear into them as he is Rachel. However, she is not the only one to speak out against him as another man had done so less than a minute before. Yet, she is the only woman to not show fear. This is when the Joker realizes that her confidence does not come from her being outspoken but from knowing that she will be protected. The struggle is not actually intended to be between physical Rachel and the Joker, but rather the person who the Joker knows will protect her, Batman. The 360 degree turn is also one of the longest shots in the scene, adding to the amount of tension that the turn of the camera is creating. The viewers know that Bruce Wayne is Batman, and because the party is being hosted by Mr. Wayne is it expected that Batman will save Rachel before anything happens to her. However, because the Joker has enough time to torment the guests, and threaten Rachel, the tension in the scene increases as viewers begin to question where is Batman? Will he save Rachel in time? Why is he…

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  • Joker In The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight is an engrossing tragedy film that leaps beyond its origins. Batman is not the comic character, that you spent many nights reading his comic book anymore. Because of the amazing performances, the writing, the direction, and the technical quality of the entire production, this movie created characters we come to care about. By putting all the right elements in play, this movie had given the character of Batman a literary merit. This movie is not simply present the good and evil…

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  • Learning Something New

    passed, everyone was in front, but me. I was still standing in the back like a fifty-pound rock that could not be moved without the help from others. At that moment the instructor acknowledged me gracefully. After the instructor introduced himself a couple of the peers walked over to me and introduced themselves, knowing that I am nervous about learning new things they softly patted me on the back and told me with confidence that they do not know how to play guitar either. I felt more at ease…

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  • Reflection Of Nursing: A Life Review For Nursing

    different. But, the good times were when she was “going steady” with her boyfriend Danny. She was a junior when she started dating him. They had a lot of fun together, they would go to dances, and she wore his class ring on her finger. She had to put tape around it so that it would fit her finger. Her first crush was in grade school when Billy gave her a Kit Kat bar in class. My Grandma stated that she does not believe in premarital sex, and she believes marriage should be between a male and…

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  • American Sign Language: Lexical Borrowing In American Sign Language

    others or fingerspelling to make up for the lack of a sign for it. For the paper, loans signs, lexicalized fingerspelling, and what parameters/actions are involved in ASL for signs/lexicalized fingerspelling will be discussed in depth. Loan signs are the signs that have been borrowed from other languages, most commonly relating to countries and nationalities. The examples are #J on side of eye in the J letter movement to represent the eyes being slanted, China with an index finger on the side…

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  • Essay On Polydactyly

    Polydactyly is a common birth defect. The deformity is characterized by extra fingers or toes. Also called extra digits or supernumerary (meaning more than normal) digits, polydactyly results in extra digits that are typically just small bits of extra skin and tissue with no bones present. In some cases, however, there is bone structure within the digits making them partially or fully functional. According to Paul Arnold, polydactyly is caused by the mutation of a gene on chromosome 7. There…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Deaf Athletes

    tuesdays. If you even read this far you are a very determined person. you should put a smiley face at the end of my essay if you think this is funny.And you should give me an 103% on this essay since you can only give 3 extra credit points. You swing the bat/tennis racket by flicking your wrist in a diagonal motion. The sign for the sport basketball is created by holding an imaginary basketball in between your hands and flicking your wrist forward mimicking the action of passing a ball. Boxing…

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  • Hands Make Us Who We Are Analysis

    As human beings, we have the ability to create anything we can imagine because of our fingers and thumbs. We are extraordinary beings, making a life for ourselves by working our way to the top. We can make, extend, and terminate life, we can make amazing sculptures and machines, and we can live life the way we want it to, if we work hard enough. Hands make us who we are and my visual rhetoric is about the importance of hands. I chose this topic because of the diverse aspects of it; the different…

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  • Characteristics Of Fingerprints

    ends abruptly, while ridge bifurcation is defined as the point where a ridge forks or diverges into branch ridges as figure (2) shows. A typical fingerprint image contains about 40–100 minutiae (Feng, 2008). Figure 2: Minutiae of finger print (ridge ending and bifurcation) (Greenberg et al., 2000). Analysis of fingerprints has been simplified if obeyed to Edmond Locard’s tripartite rule. The tripartite rule is as follows: • Positive identifications are possible when there are more than 12…

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  • The Movie 'The Wizard Of Oz'

    used when Dorothy is telling either the Good or other character how she ended up in the Land of OZ. SCARED: This sign uses the movement of both hand towards each other at chest level starting at the shoulders with both hands closed, but suddenly opening them as the reach each other keeping palms facing inside. It was used when Dorothy referred to the Bad Witch. MAGIC: Bringing both hands together at lower chest level moving in outward circular moving over the chest to finish with open…

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