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Cramer, Duncan

Works: 8 works in 9 publications in 1 language and 1,011 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Film noir  Detective and mystery films  Musical films  Comedy films  Film noir  Thrillers (Motion pictures)  Detective and mystery fiction  Internet videos 
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Duncan Cramer
D.O.A. by Rudolph Maté( Visual )

1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 175 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frank Bigelow, a real-estate salesman, is given a slow-acting, lethal poison. In the few hours left to him, he frantically seeks to learn who is responsible and why he was poisoned
Edward G. Robinson crime dramas( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The woman in the window: An intellectual college professor is mesmerized by the painting of a beautiful woman in a gallery window. When he, by chance, meets the subject of the alluring painting, he becomes trapped in a murder plot and witnesses his own investigation. He must now protect the temptress
The wizard of Baghdad( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"An incompetent genie tries to straighten out things in old Baghdad by stopping a wicked sultan who tries to take over the throne and keep the prince and princess from assuming their rightful places"--Container
Copacabana( Visual )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"In New York City, Lionel Q. Devereaux and his girl friend, Brazilian singer Carmen Novarro, are given twenty-four hours to pay their hotel bill. With the help of gullible singer Andy Russell, Lionel, posing as an agent, convinces producer Steve Hunt to let Carmen audition for the Club Copacabana. When Hunt asks whom else Lionel represents, he invents a veiled beauty from Paris named Fifi and convinces Carmen to personify her. Steve hires both Carmen and Fifi, who is a sensation in the press. Lionel tells Steve that he and Carmen are engaged to keep him away from her, but Steve asks out Fifi instead. Lionel then asks Andy to play cupid with Steve and his secretary, Anne, who is in love with him. Andy urges Anne to sing her feelings to Steve, but he is indifferent to her lovemaking. After Anatole Murphy, a Hollywood producer, makes an offer to Steve to take over Lionel's contract on Fifi, a slick agent named Liggett convinces Lionel to sell Fifi's contract to him for $5,000. Liggett in turn receives $100,000 from Murphy. Liggett becomes suspicious when he sees Fifi get into a cab and Carmen get out of it. After Anne confides in Carmen that Fifi is ruining her chances at love with Steve, Lionel and Carmen stage a fight in her dressing room between Carmen and Fifi, which is followed by Fifi's disappearance. Lionel later reports that she was found dead in the river and that he is glad he killed her. He is overheard, however, and blamed for Fifi's murder. During his interrogation, Lionel explains that he made up Fifi. Steve confesses he courted Fifi only for business and that he loves Ann. Carmen then enters dressed as Fifi, and when Steve removes her veil, Carmen and Fifi are proven to be one and the same. Lionel kisses Carmen, and Murphy offers to buy the girl and the story for a Hollywood picture. Lionel subsequently receives credit for everything on the production, which opens with a song about the Club Copacabana. ... The film includes cameo appearances by Broadway writers Abel Green (the editor of Variety), Louie Sobol (New York journal-American), and Earl Wilson (New York post)"--AFI catalog, 1941-1950
Introduction to statistics with SPSS for social science by Gareth Norris( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is a complete guide to statistics and SPSS for social science students. Statistics with SPSS for Social Science provides a step-by-step explanation of all the important statistical concepts, tests and procedures. It is also a guide to getting started with SPSS, and includes screenshots to illustrate explanations. With examples specific to social sciences, this text is essential for any student in this area
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Audience level: 0.27 (from 0.26 for D.O.A. / ... to 0.81 for The wizard ...)