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    The arm was distorted and had a series of rectangular shapes to form the arm, which bass considered to represent drug addiction. Preminger however disagreed with Bass over which animated sequence with the arm looked the best. Bass argued that “the sequence fell flat without animation” but Preminger disagreed. The official compromise was “staccato-like movements as the arm segments maneuvered through the visual progression”. After this compromise, the sequence went down as a classic in American films and changed the way people thought of title sequences. Not just as being more artistic, but connecting the title sequence with a symbolic connection. The way something is pictured can immediately make someone think of something or make them have an idea in their minds of what the picture is representing. This way of thinking is something nobody ever thought of in the movie industry until Bass came along. After his work in Man with a Golden Arm Bass became a big name in the film industry. He did many popular films title sequences, each one creating a perfect picture of the story line to…

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    Coat Of Arms Essay

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    Heraldic description of the coat of arms – the coat of arms of Ústí Region is a red and blue quartered shield. The first shield displays the Czech lion. The second shield displays an embossed silver tower with the battlement and seven crenels, the broken gate and the raised golden grate. The tower looms on the blue undulating heel with three silver waved beams into a green mountain consisting of three peaks. The third field displays a silver plough on the green lawn. The fourth field displays a…

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    The lines multiply and strike at awkward, unsettling angles. The title of the film is consists mainly of these four lines, suggesting the many forces hemming in Sinatra’s Frankie from all sides. Finally, appearing along with Preminger’s name credit, the “golden arm” (which actually refers to Frankie’s prowess as a card dealer and not the location of his track-marks) appears as a bent and tortured appendage, reaching out for either redemption or a fix. (Goldsmith,…

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    Heroism In Beowulf

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    BEOWULF the epic of ENGLAND BEOWULF is term used to described the heroism epic of England.Beowulf is a man whose primary target is to kill the enemy of underwater serpeant, land killer's and other hazardous beast,who hurts and killed people around them. In the beginning of the movie I thought that the Beowulf is the beast who attack people in the village.But the Beowulf itself is the hero or man who killed beast.It gives more attention and focuses to watch it.Gives more exciting scenes for what…

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    The apostles are seated in groups of three on the same side of the table whereas Jesus Christ is seated at the middle. Looking across the picture of left to right. A man with short brown hair and tanned skin with a beard on face is believed to be Bartholomew. He is wearing a blue and green gown, standing with both hands placed on the table with stern expression while looking at Jesus. Next to Bartholomew, there is a medium brown curly long hair with brown long beard, He is dressed in a red…

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    anger or rage. In the jazz age novel, The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald, color symbolism is very apparent and the associations with them are seen as well. Told through the eyes of Nick Carraway, the novel is about a successful, newly rich, man by the name of Jay Gatsby seeks his long adored love Daisy Buchannan. The only problem is she is married to another man by the name of Tom. The story follows his pursuit of a married woman of whom he loves. Colors play a discernible and important…

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    Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. 2. Within the image there are 27 people. Jesus stands at the front center of the crowd. He wears a red and blue robe and His right hand is extended outwards towards Lazarus. There is a golden halo around Jesus's head. To his right is one of Lazarus's sisters, either Mary or Martha. She looks at Jesus, her right hand up, palm forward, and her other grasping her robes and holding them out to her side. In front of her is the other sister, most likely Mary. She wears a…

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    "Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms father. . . . And one fine morning--So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past." The last line of F. Scott Fitzgerald 's infamous The Great Gatsby. The main reason as to why he wrote such a novel was to create a consciously artistic achievement of something that was beautiful and simple, yet intricately patterned. What is really intriguing is why Fitzgerald used Nick as the narrator, or the amount of symbolism…

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    Jack went for a walk into a forest. Jack was looking for his missing golden goose. After sometimes, Jack was feeling tired and he sat under a big tree. He was very sad because he could not find his golden goose. Suddenly, he felt a massive shake behind him and it was from the big tree. He turned around and he saw a small bearded dwarf climbed down from the beanstalk. Jack was very shocked and he shouted “Arghhhhh!!!”. The dwarf fell from the beanstalk and cried. “Uarghhh! I guess today is my…

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    Barack and the beanstalk – satirical Once upon a time in the magical land of the Yankees….. So, we all know the classic tale of Barack and the Beanstalk. We all know that it begins with just a few magical beans from an old man in exchange for a cow. This part is all very straight forward so I won’t bore you with the details. Instead let’s fast forward to the part where Barack’s mum throws the magical beans out of the window, because that’s the part where the story was lost. When Barack woke…

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