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Fri Mar 21 17:03:26 2014 UTClccn-n882587540.06Amulets and arrowheads,0.170.92Garou-Garou, le passe-muraille10033310Joan_Greenwoodn 882587542476759Greenwood, JohnGreenwood, John, 1921-Hilton, J. B. (John Buxton), 1921-Hilton, John Buxton, 1921-1986Hilton, John Buxtonlccn-n84008382Guinness, Alec1914-2000othprfactlccn-n83185445E.M.I. Filmslccn-n79106616Republic Pictures Corporationns-mosley jack fictitious characterMosley, Jack (Fictitious character)lccn-n81030108Granger, Stewart(1913-1993)prfactlccn-n92100600Mackendrick, Alexander1912-1993sceprfflmdrtlccn-n79050338Lustig, Jan(1902-1979)scelccn-n79043386Lang, Fritz(1890-1976)flmdrtlccn-n80125804Rózsa, Miklós(1907-1995)cmplccn-n87896243Sanders, George(1906-1972)prfactGreenwood, John1921-1986DramaFictionFilm adaptationsComedy filmsHistoryInterviewsJuvenile worksFantasy fictionDetective and mystery storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcEnglandManners and customsPoliceFoundlingsMan-woman relationshipsAristocracy (Social class)England--YorkshireYoung menFielding, Henry,Wilde, Oscar,MurderDisinheritanceSerial murdersInheritance and successionEaling StudiosGuinness, Alec,Fiction filmsEngland--DerbyshireGreat BritainFantasyWhiskeyShipwrecksFilm adaptationsScotland--Western IslesCustoms administrationSex in motion picturesFood in motion picturesMotion picturesDetective and mystery stories, EnglishFictionAlice (Fictitious character : Carroll)Children's storiesLoveChildren's stories, EnglishMissing personsGirlsDreamsBritish Columbia--Vancouver IslandIndians of North AmericaBritish ColumbiaSalish IndiansTextile industryScientistsOrphansEngland--LancashireMotion pictures, BritishMacDougall, RogerFantasy fictionSalvageTextile fabrics1921198719471948194919501951195219531954195519581959196019611964196719681970197119721978198019811983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133284115251823.914PR6058.I5ocn417365372ocn063374423ocn781153850ocn780764753ocn753635763ocn742673182ocn743096003ocn743091619ocn838448273ocn839312475ocn691766277ocn766988315ocn767339426ocn805054793ocn765955392ocn842456514ocn693955028ocn691268793ocn766987705ocn765955274ocn000463445ocn7430591495248ocn011045161book19840.17Greenwood, JohnMosley by moonlightFictionDetective and mystery storiesKriminalroman4845ocn016832846book19870.14Greenwood, JohnWhat, me, Mr. Mosley?FictionDetective and mystery stories4425ocn015629000book19870.15Greenwood, JohnThe mind of Mr MosleyFictionDetective and mystery storiesIn the hill country of the Yorkshire-Lancashire border, Inspector Mosley sorts matters out. In the process, he baffles the CIA, the KGB, and Special Branch and reduces his superiors to states varying from bewilderment to apoplexy4344ocn012750575book19850.15Greenwood, JohnThe missing Mr. MosleyFiction4076ocn014167874book19860.16Greenwood, JohnMists over MosleyFictionDetective and mystery stories3506ocn010727378book19830.16Greenwood, JohnMurder, Mr. MosleyFictionDetective and mystery stories20521ocn031367700visu19510.24Mackendrick, AlexanderThe man in the white suitFictionDramaComedy filmsFilm adaptationsA bubbly satire, acclaimed as one of the funniest and cleverest of British comedies. Alec Guinness, as a scientist, invents a fabric that will never wear out. Threatened with unemployment, the unions and a dismayed garment tycoon plot to destroy his miracle formula554ocn023767618book19850.20Greenwood, JohnMosley went to Mow501ocn014933304book19870.15Greenwood, JohnSlickensides : a Derbyshire mysteryHistoryFictionDetective and mystery stories452ocn494157402visu20010.47Lang, FritzMoonfleet Les contrebandiers de Moonfleet2913ocn230738777visu19490.24Hamer, RobertKind hearts and coronetsHistoryFictionInterviewsDramaFilm adaptationsLouis Mazzini quiere vengar la desheredación de su madre por el ducado. Para realizar esto, el debe matar a ocho de sus parientes de la familia d'Ascoyne+-+9214594006324276ocn417365372visu19550.47Lang, FritzLes contrebandiers de MoonfleetDramaA gothic melodrama of smuggling, intrigue and upper class decadence seen through the eyes of an eleven-year-old boy. The recreation of 18th century Dorsetshire in the studio apparently suited Lang, allowing him more control through pre-planning. Although he disliked the format, Lang deploys CinemaScope well using lighting, set design, camera movement and placement to make a virtue of early 'Scope's shallow lateral space. Behind the atmospherics is Lang's approach to the romantic aura of this period material - characteristically critical yet sensitive to the romantic elements. This laserdisc version is letterboxed to retain the original CinemaScope format1814ocn774392603visu19520.27Wilde, OscarOscar Wilde's The importance of being earnestDramaFilm and video adaptationsComedy filmsFilm adaptationsOscar Wilde's comic jewel sparkles in Anthony Asquith's adaptation of this film. The enduringly hilarious story of two young women who think themselves engaged to the same nonexistent man is given the grand Technicolor treatment171ocn000463445book19670.06Rolfe, Sheila ConstanceAmulets and arrowheadsJuvenile worksFiction175ocn047101535visu19970.47Hamer, RobertNoblesse obligeAfin de reconquérir son titre de noblesse, Louis d'Ascoyne Mazzini, renié par sa famille, décide de se venger de ceux qui l'ont écarté. Mourront tour à tour sept personnes. Tout irait pour le mieux s'il n'était pas arreté pour un meurtre qu'il n'a pas commis161ocn019289690book19890.23Greenwood, JohnWhat, me, Mr. Mosley?Fiction119ocn078704884visu19490.28Mackendrick, AlexanderWhisky galore!Drama"It's 1943, and the Scottish island of Todday is wilting from a whisky famine - until a ship runs aground with 50,000 cases of the golden nectar aboard! This ... comedy chronicles the effect of all those spirits on a tiny little island, and deftly satirizes the character of its thrifty, God-fearing population"--External container92ocn302312139visu19990.24Richardson, TonyTom JonesHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsLusty tale set in 18th century England. Birthed by a local woman but raised by the village squire, Tom Jones grows up to be a handsome young man with a way with women. He loves the daughter of a neighboring landowner, and falls into many adventures in pursuit of her, including duels, bedroom romps and prison!94ocn063374423rcrd19580.08Carroll, LewisAlice in WonderlandCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionFantasy fictionBy falling down a rabbit hole and stepping through a mirror, Alice experiences unusual adventures with a variety of nonsensical characters97ocn690356517visu19920.92Boyer, JeanGarou-Garou, le passe-murailleDramaLéon Dutilleul, a minor civil servant exploited by both his professional and personal acquaintances, suddenly realizes that he can walk through walls. He uses his power to get even with his exploiters. Then he falls in love with Susan, a pretty hotel thief. In order to impress her he poses as Garou-Garou, a dangerous gangster. Mistaken for him, Léon is arrested and sent to jail, but he leaves and returns to his cell at will, infuriating the prison warden+-+9214594006324+-+9214594006324Fri Mar 21 15:56:44 EDT 2014batch19329