Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

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  • Marilyn Monroe Informative Speech

    One of the world 's most famous actresses of the 1900’s was Marilyn Monroe. She was known throughout the United States for being a famous American actress, singer, and model. Some of her famous nicknames she was known for were The Blonde Bombshell and MM. Marilyn was a famous symbol of beauty throughout the nation in her career of modeling. Marilyn was born on June 1, 1926 at 9:30 AM in Los Angeles, California in Los Angeles General Hospital. Her original birth name was Norma Jeane Mortenson and…

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  • The Evolution Of Peta's Advertising

    Since 2001, the year when PETA’s co-founder Ingrid Newkirk declared the organization would intentionally become provocative, controversial “press sluts” to further pursue its goals, PETA’s media usage (notably the advertising method) has changed drastically. PETA’s media tactic has since then been widely criticised by various minority groups: feminists, black civil rights activists, and animal advocacy organizations alike. The tactic is considered by many to promote a “hierarchy of oppressions”,…

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  • Short Story Of The Farm

    The farm Once in a while you will hear about a mystical place on the planet where you have to go visit at least once before you die. this is a tale about tow men who went on that mystical journey. Johnny was 46 years old, heavy set and a bit out of shape but still decent looking for a man of his gae. he had been a succefull entrepneur but had been divorced for several years and was aching for adventure. His firend rococo was in the same category. he was a school buddy of his who had hung up with…

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  • Marilyn Monroe: A Tragic Hero

    Marilyn Monroe, one of the most famous actresses of the twentieth century, whose life was portrayed on the silver screen, was most know for being the first sex symbol in the 1950’s. Monroe made herself into the most iconic woman in history by promoting an on-screen style that seemed natural. Her American sweet heart face and sexy hourglass physique made her the ideal movie star. However, underneath her paragon image laid a insecure woman with a life filled with turmoil and physiological…

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  • Red River Film Analysis

    One of the best classic western films ever made by a director who was so versatile that many people might confuse him with other great western directors like John Ford or Anthony Mann, but Howard Hawks had an eye for character driven stories, had an expert sense of visual style, and knew how to use actors better than most. Hawks was one of those classic Hollywood directors that could easily orchestrate the action and compelling aspects that make a great western, and Red River is one. The film…

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