That It Is a Torrent – Henry A. Arnold

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That It Is a Torrent

Henry A. Arnold

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 7.92

Release Date: August 1, 2018

© ℗ 2018 HenrvA.Arnold

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Twelve O’Clock High – Henry King

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Twelve O’Clock High

Henry King

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: December 29, 1949


Gregory Peck received a Best Actor Oscar® nomination for his powerful performance in this thrilling war drama. After the 918 Bomb Group suffers devastating losses during World War II, Brigadier General Frank Savage (Peck) is sent to take command of the unit. Although at first his men resent the tough disciplinarian, he ultimately becomes personally involved in their wellbeing.

© © 1949 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Renewed 1977 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

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How the West Was Won – George Marshall, Henry Hathaway & John Ford

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How the West Was Won

George Marshall, Henry Hathaway & John Ford

Genre: Western

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: February 20, 1963


Academy Award-winning epic follows the trials and tribulations of three generations of a frontier family as they embark to tame the wild American West. Narrated by the great Spencer Tracy, it features an Oscar-laden cast that includes John Wayne, Gregory Peck, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Debbie Reynolds, Richard Widmark, Lee J. Cobb, George Peppard, Raymond Massey, Robert Preston, Karl Malden, Eli Wallach & Carrol Baker. Helmed by three acclaimed directors, including Oscar-winner John Ford ("Stagecoach," "Mogambo," "The Grapes of Wrath"). Inducted into the Library of Congress National Film Registry.

© 1962 © A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The Ballad of John Henry – Joe Bonamassa

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The Ballad of John Henry

Joe Bonamassa

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: February 24, 2009

© ℗ 2009 J&R Adventures

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The Mozart Project – Cliff Eisen, James Fairclough, Harry Farnham, Neal Zaslaw, Nick Till, Derek Beales, John Irving, David Henry Feldman, William Stafford & Simon P. Keefe

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The Mozart Project

The First Interactive Book on Mozart!

Cliff Eisen, James Fairclough, Harry Farnham, Neal Zaslaw, Nick Till, Derek Beales, John Irving, David Henry Feldman, William Stafford & Simon P. Keefe

Genre: Music

Publish Date: May 15, 2014

Publisher: Pipedreams Media

Seller: Pipedreams Media Limited


"A completely new kind of book " – Stephen Fry • 3hrs of Mozart’s Music • 25 Specially Filmed Performances, Documentaries and Demonstrations • 8hrs of Audio Extracts and Panel Discussions "Brilliantly Imaginative" – The Daily Telegraph ★★★★★ "Colourfully & inventively compiled" – BBC Music Magazine ★★★★★ "Challenges your imagination to keep up" – Sinfini Music Curated and authored by some of the most respected experts, The Mozart Project gives new insight into the life of a musical genius, providing the ultimate experience both in terms of contributors and the carefully selected playlist of music and images that they have chosen to feature throughout the book.  • 10 Chapters by 7 of the World’s greatest Mozart scholars • 3hrs of Mozart’s Music • 25 Specially Filmed Performances, Documentaries and Demonstrations • 8hrs of Audio Extracts and Panel Discussions • Mozart and Salieri , an Exclusive Play directed by Sir Jonathan Miller, starring Simon Russell Beale & Russell Tovey • Internet Connection Required for video content All performances and films were specially commissioned for the book and it includes twenty contributors from across the arts world including Sir Nicholas Hytner, Sir Jonathan Miller, Simon Russell Beale, Dame Felicity Lott, Sir Thomas Allen, Russell Tovey, contemporary eight-year-old prodigy Alma Deutscher, Paul Morley and many others. There is also expert analysis from leading Mozart authorities Cliff Eisen, Neal Zaslaw and John Irving; The Mozart Project provides an immersive experience for all music lovers and, crucially, brings high-quality classical music to the digital arena. The Mozart Project is designed exclusively for iPad and includes over three hours of music, two hours of streaming video, (filmed performances, demonstrations and short films) four hours of interviews extracts, and seven panel discussions chaired by Paul Morley. It also includes new and exclusive contributions from luminaries across the spectrum of classical music, giving a fascinating insight into Mozart’s life and works. Amongst the many highlights is an exclusive reading of Alexander Pushkin’s poetic drama Mozart and Salieri , which brings, for the first time, BAFTA award winning Simon Russell Beale as Salieri under the direction of Sir Jonathan Miller and stars HBO and BBC star Russell Tovey as Mozart.   Filmed highlights include performances from acclaimed period instrument group, Ensemble DeNOTE, exclusive access to the Mozart Autograph Vault in Salzburg and a look at the treasured Mozart related artefacts of a descendant of Mozart’s landlord. The Mozart Project also explores areas of controversy and intrigue: Does Pushkin’s diary confirm speculation over the Salieri poisoning? What can Pauli Hagenauer tell us about the Colloredo affair? Dispelling myths, and raising new questions, The Mozart Project casts new light over the life and music of one of the most iconic cultural figures of all time.

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Sixes and Sevens – O. Henry

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Sixes and Sevens

O. Henry

Genre: Classics

Price: $ 0.99

Publish Date: August 15, 2017

Publisher: Open Road Media

Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC


From America’s favorite storyteller: A rich selection of twenty-five tales by the author of “The Gift of the Magi.”   Writing under the pseudonym O. Henry, William Sydney Porter was an incredibly prolific and popular master of the short story in the early twentieth century. His stories are known for being witty, playful, full of plot twists, and marked by surprise endings. The author had a special fondness for New York City and a deep interest and appreciation for the ordinary folk who populate his timeless tales.   First published in 1911, his eleventh collection features such classics as “The Duplicity of the Hargraves,” about a destitute Confederate major and his spinster daughter in Washington, DC, and their encounter with a vaudeville actor; as well as “Makes the Whole World Kin,” about a thief and a sick old man who form a surprising bond. Once entered, O. Henry’s world becomes an unforgettable destination, and over a century later, readers continue to return—again and again.   Sixes and Sevens includes “The Duplicity of Hargraves,” “Makes the Whole World Kin,” “The Last of the Troubadours,” “Witches’ Loaves,” “The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes,” “A Ghost of a Chance,” “New York by Camp Fire Light,” “Ulysses and the Dogman,” and more.   This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

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The Revival – Cory Henry

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The Revival

Cory Henry

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: January 1, 2016


Cory Henry takes a nostalgic journey back to his home church with The Revival, an ode to icons who have influenced modern music and a professional snapshot of Henry's discography. This live performance features the Hammond organ, Henry's first instrument, which has a rich history going back to the 1940s. Noting that it doesn't get as much recognition today, Cory Henry wants the audience to not only experience the organ from a gospel perspective, but also appreciate its vital contribution to diverse genres of music.

© © 2016 GroundUP Music LLC

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With Pride for Dignity – Henry Conerway III, Kenny Banks Jr. & Kevin Smith

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With Pride for Dignity

Henry Conerway III, Kenny Banks Jr. & Kevin Smith

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 4, 2018

© ℗ 2018 thehc3 LLC

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The Best of Blowers (Unabridged) [Abridged Nonfiction] – Henry Blofeld

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The Best of Blowers (Unabridged) [Abridged Nonfiction]

Henry Blofeld

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: June 26, 2007

© ℗ © 2007 Hodder Headline Limited

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Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution – Live from Budapest – Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir

Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir - Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution - Live from Budapest  artwork

Rocktopia: A Classical Revolution – Live from Budapest

Rob Evan, Randall Craig Fleischer, Alex Alexander, Henry Aronson, Tony Bruno, David Aaron Carpenter, Matthew Fieldes, Xi.me.na Borges, Chloe lowery, Carrie Mana, Kimberly Nichole, Tony Vincent, Orchestra of the Hungarian State Opera, Hungarian State Opera Chorus & Jazz and More Choir

Genre: Concert Films

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: April 1, 2017


ROCKTOPIA is a revolutionary performance celebrating the fusion of classical music with classic rock. ROCKTOPIA LIVE IN BUDAPEST: A CLASSICAL REVOLUTION was filmed live at the world-famous Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest, conducted by Randall Craig Fleischer. The film features six world-class vocalists, five top notch rock musicians, the 40-member Hungarian Opera Choir and the 65-piece Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. ROCKTOPIA delivers one-of-a-kind musical arrangements featuring the works of classical composers, rock bands and artists including Mozart, Journey, Handel, U2, Tchaikovsky, Heart, Beethoven, Styx, Foreigner, Rachmaninoff, Pink Floyd, Copland, The Who and more.

© © 2017 Rocktopia LLC

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Fierce Pajamas: Selections from an Anthology of Humor Writing – David Remnick and Henry Finder, editors

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Fierce Pajamas: Selections from an Anthology of Humor Writing

David Remnick and Henry Finder, editors

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: December 7, 2001

© ℗ © 2001 Random House AudioBooks

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Henry VI, Part 3 – William Shakespeare

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Henry VI, Part 3

William Shakespeare

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: September 4, 2014

Publisher: PlayShakespeare.com

Seller: Public Domain


A narrative of the Wars of the Roses, the bloody battle for the throne between the Yorkists and Lancastrians.

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Hope & Henry Moves Into The Edit @Roosevelt Field

Hope & Henry, a children’s wear brand that got its start on Amazon, has taken over The Edit @Roosevelt Field, Simon Property Group’s platform for new designers, products and ideas. The collection of organic, affordably priced children’s clothing will be in residence at The Edit through October.
Known for its environmentally and socially conscious manufacturing using OCS-certified organic cotton and recycled fibers, Hope & Henry is a company with a mission. Acknowledging that the fashion industry is a leading cause of pollution, the brand aims to cause minimal harm to environment, and encourages consumers to pass them down so they can be worn again. Hope & Henry also shares its profits with the women who sew its clothing.
The company outfits boys and girls ages three months to 12 years, offering everything from casual T-shirts, shorts and leggings to more formal attire such as suits and dresses, with prices ranging from $ 9.95 to $ 39.95. Items for babies include leggings, rompers, dresses and two-piece sets, with prices ranging from $ 19.95 to $ 39.95.
The store has a cozy living-room aesthetic with furniture and home décor from Stone & Beam, an Amazon brand. Amazon’s Fire Kids Edition tablets with Amazon FreeTime Unlimited, are available for ages three to

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Henry Cavill’s Most Stylish Red Carpet Looks

With nearly two decades of Hollywood experience under his belt, Henry Cavill knows how to clean up for a red carpet.

The actor and August 2018 Men’s Journal cover star can pull off the rugged jeans-and-a-tee getup, but looks every bit the gentleman in a suit with a slick hairstyle to match.


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Whether it’s for a movie premiere (like Mission: Impossible—Fallout and Justice League) or an awards show, Cavill has a varied and versatile wardrobe of finely tailored suits, snazzy tuxedos, and casual-but-classy outfits to hit the red carpet with.

Here are some of Cavill’s best style moments.

Mission: Impossible—Fallout – UK Premiere

Cavill abandons his tie for the United Kingdom premiere of Mission: Impossible—Fallout at BFI IMAX in London.

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Mission Impossible—Fallout – Seoul Premiere

Cavill went with a classic, dark blue suit and tie for the Mission Impossible—Fallout red carpet in Seoul.

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Cavill went with a double-breasted, grey suit for the Mission: Impossible—Fallout premiere in Paris.

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Cavill opted for a dark, three-piece suit at the ‘Sky Women In Film and TV Awards’ at the London Hilton in London in 2017.

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Cavill wears a double-breasted suit at the European premiere of Suicide Squad at the Odeon Leicester Square in London.

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Cavill emodies the laidback air of Mexico City, donning a white suit for the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice world premiere at Auditorio Nacional.

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Cavill keeps it classy with a James Bond-like tuxedo for the 2016 Oscars. 

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Cavill went casual with a bomber jacket for the The Man From U.N.C.L.E screening at the Film4 Summer Screenings at Somerset House in 2015 in London.

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Cavill sported a tuxedo—and a full beard—for his role in the war film Sand Castle at the Laureus World Sports Awards in 2015.

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Cavill rocked one of his favorite looks, a dark blue, three-piece suit, at Odeon Leicester Square in 2016 for Batman V. Superman. 

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How to Get Henry Cavill’s Slick Superman Hairstyle

Henry Cavill has that classic Hollywood look to him, almost like a Bogart-meets-Sinatra…and as broad-shouldered as the two of them combined. It’s a winning combo, but we’d posit that his hair is lifting a lot of the weight here, too. Sure, he’s got the acting chops and the chiseled jawline, but his hairstyle is camera ready all the damn time.

 

 

Look at the waves! The definition! The Hollywood gloss! He was a shoo-in for Superman, and it makes for a slick villain in the upcoming Mission: Impossible—Fallout. No doubt you’re wondering how to replicate the style for yourself. To help you, we spoke with hairstylist Vaughn Acord, the namesake of grooming brand V76 by Vaughn, about Cavill’s hairstyle. Here is Acord’s advice on how to get it, what kind of hair you need, and how to style and maintain the look.

What Type of Hair You Need

Acord says guys with natural waves will have the easiest time achieving the look: “It was made for them!” You’ll see that Cavill has a widow’s peak that gives him some Superman vibes, but Acord notes that this isn’t necessary to create your own version. However, there are certain types of hair that will not take well to the style.


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“This look is all about flow, and men with fine, thinning hair won’t have the texture or density needed to pull it off,” Acord says. “Men with super curly hair should stay away from this look, too, because it will look too puffy up top, and they’ll constantly be fighting to calm the curl down to get the slight wave Henry is rocking.”

Furthermore, guys with receding hairlines should avoid the style too, since it only draws more attention to the crown of your head.

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Your barber or stylist should know this as the “classic gentleman’s cut”.

“You want short back and sides and low taper, but don’t skin the sides,” Acord says. “I prefer to use scissors and maybe even a razor, which gives me great control to slightly build weight up top and to give that hand-done look. I like the sides to be finger’s width length, tucked in above the ears. It’s important to give the top a soft look—free it up, give it movement so you have style options. That way you can have a buttoned up look for day and a looser, more casual look at night, or vice versa.”


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How to Style It

This is a versatile look, and as Acord pointed out, it can be slicked up or worn more casually. It just depends on the product used. _

For a casual finish: Acord recommends using paste (like V76 Molding Paste) or clay (try American Crew Molding Clay). Both give you an “undone” look with some texture and body. Apply to clean, towel-dried hair or clean, fully dried hair. The former will give you more control and definition.

 

For a formal finish: High-hold balm (we like V76 Control Balm Strong Hold) or pomade (opt for Imperial Classic Pomade) will do the trick. Neither will give you crusty, helmet-head finish. After all, “It’s important for hair to look and be touchable,” Acord says. Apply to clean, towel-dried hair. A little moisture in the hair is necessary to activate the product.


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Regardless of your preferred finish, start with a dime-sized amount of product. Warm it up by rubbing it across your fingers, then massage it evenly into your hair. Target the roots first, since this is where you gain the most control over your style.

How Often to Clean It Up

You need to refresh the style every 4-6 weeks, tops. “If you try to push it to 8 weeks, the look will lose its shape and look unkempt,” Acord warns.

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Henry VIII – William Shakespeare

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Henry VIII

William Shakespeare

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: September 4, 2014

Publisher: PlayShakespeare.com

Seller: Public Domain


Shakespeare and John Fletcher collaborated on this retelling of the royal love triangle of Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn and the machinations of Cardinal Wolsey.

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The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 3 (30 short stories) – E. F. Benson, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, A. M. Burrage, Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Lafcadio Hearn, M. R. James, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Vincent O’Sullivan, Mark Twain, Saki, W. F. Harvey, Violet Hunt, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Irvin S. Cobb, O. Henry, Marjorie Bowen, Edith Nesbit & Barry Pain

E. F. Benson, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, A. M. Burrage, Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Lafcadio Hearn, M. R. James, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Vincent O'Sullivan, Mark Twain, Saki, W. F. Harvey, Violet Hunt, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Irvin S. Cobb, O. Henry, Marjorie Bowen, Edith Nesbit & Barry Pain - The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 3 (30 short stories)  artwork

The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 3 (30 short stories)

E. F. Benson, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, A. M. Burrage, Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Lafcadio Hearn, M. R. James, J. Sheridan Le Fanu, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Vincent O’Sullivan, Mark Twain, Saki, W. F. Harvey, Violet Hunt, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Irvin S. Cobb, O. Henry, Marjorie Bowen, Edith Nesbit & Barry Pain

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: November 28, 2017

Publisher: Pandora’s Box

Seller: De Marque


If you were looking for the Holy Bible of the horror anthologies, consider yourself lucky, because you just found it! Cosmic horror, supernatural events, ghost stories, weird fiction, mystical fantasies, occult narratives, this book plunges you into dark domains and brings you face to face with surreal monstrosities. This third volume of “The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written” features 30 stories by an all-star cast, including Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, Robert W. Chambers, M. R. James, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, W. F. Harvey, Sheridan Le Fanu, E. T. A. Hoffmann, O. Henry, Edith Nesbit, Charles Dickens, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and A. M. Burrage, among many others!

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East Lynne – Mrs Henry Wood

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East Lynne

Mrs Henry Wood

Genre: Classics

Price: $ 0.99

Publish Date: June 6, 2017

Publisher: Open Road Media

Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC


A married aristocratic woman succumbs to desire in this nineteenth-century English novel.   Lady Isabel Vane married for all the wrong reasons—only to one day find her lawyer husband neglecting her for another woman. Seething with jealousy, she leaves behind her husband and their child for the flirtatious Francis Levison. It’s a risk she takes willingly, but it comes with a heavy price that will lead her to the depths of despair and a quest for redemption.   A classic page-turner from the “sensation novel” trend in England, East Lynne plays upon the Victorian fears of infidelity, promiscuity, and divorce. A tale of disaster, disguise, and adultery, it continues to surprise readers today. Born Ellen Wood, Mrs. Henry Wood (1814–1887) was an English novelist who specialized in sensation novels. Wood was born with a deforming spinal curvature, and although it lasted throughout her life, it did not affect her studies of literature. In 1836, she married Henry Wood, but when he left the family (for reasons unknown), Wood wrote short stories for numerous periodicals to support her children. She followed this with her first novel, Danesbury House , and later achieved critical acclaim with East Lynne . Wood purchased and ran the controversial periodical Argosy , which she edited until her passing.  

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The Book of Henry – Colin Trevorrow

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The Book of Henry

Colin Trevorrow

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: June 16, 2017


Naomi Watts stars as Susan, a single mother of two, working as a waitressin a small town. Her son, Henry (Jaeden Lieberher), is an 11-year-old geniuswho not only manages the family finances but acts as emotional supportfor his mother and younger brother (Jacob Tremblay). When Henrydiscovers that the girl next door has a terrible secret, he implores Susan totake matters into her own hands in this imaginative and emotional dramafrom director Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World).

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Henry Rollins Paints Shirtless with The Shirtless Painter

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Johnny Carson (Unabridged) – Henry Bushkin

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Johnny Carson (Unabridged)

Henry Bushkin

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: October 15, 2013

© ℗ © 2013 Brilliance Audio

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‘Henry IV’: Theater Review


Harriet Walter plays the title role in the Donmar Warehouse’s all-female production of Shakespeare’s classic, set in a women’s prison.

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Theater: Thin Falstaff, Solid Hal In “Henry IV;” Gloria Estefan Congas Onto Broadway

HENRY IV *** out of ****
ON YOUR FEET! ** out of **** (but first act ***)

HENRY IV *** out of ****
ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE

When is a solid, entertaining production of Henry IV a mild disappointment? When it comes from director Phyllida Lloyd and the marvelous ensemble that brought us Julius Caesar, at the top of my list for the best shows of 2013. Two elements hold it back. The framing device of having the production being performed by women in prison feels less germane (and certainly less surprising). And the choice to keep Falstaff a less swollen presence (when usually one thinks the show should be renamed for him) lessens the impact of the finale. Nonetheless, strong performances and clever touches abound, making it a worthy if not revelatory experience.

We begin in the lobby, with armed guards clearing a path. “Prisoners coming through!” they announce, as the manacled cast is led past us into the theater. Finally we troop in and it begins. Guards are always present and at two minor points, they intrude. The spell is broken once for comic effect and once for a serious purpose but neither felt telling. But by and large the play didn’t feel informed by the danger and menace and looming despair of prison the way Julius Caeser did.

Happily, Lloyd has many other insights to offer. Battle scenes are rendered as pantomimes of boxing matches. Maps are spray painted on the floor. Deejays spin appropriate music at key moments or make the sounds of babies and animals in an openly theatrical, pleasing style. And much of the cast is excellent, led by the brilliant Harriet Walter, so good here that instead of retitling the play Falstaff (or Prince Hal) you think it fitting that it is dubbed after her character and only wish she had more stage time.

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Hal (Clare Dunn) of course is a wastrel, a princeling who has sunk into drink and bawdiness with disreputable friends like the braggart and thief Falstaff (a fine Sophie Stanton, but fine don’t cut it with Falstaff). Hal’s father the king (Walter) despairs of him and despairs of the kingdom when Hal comes to power. Sensing weakness, the upstart Hotspur (Jade Anouka) raises an army, hoping and expecting more to follow once things get underway.

But a genuine threat to the kingdom rouses Hal’s princely blood. He astonishes his father and indeed everyone with purpose and modesty and a lion-like vigor to defend the kingdom and everything his father has built. Not because he will inherit it one day, but because it deserves defending and his father deserves better than layabout for a son. His former ways must be banished for good, as banished as the portly Falstaff who is denounced in one of the most pitiable scenes in all of Shakespeare.

The cast is strong throughout. But the dueling between Hotspur and Hal is electric thanks to the two actors who embody them. Dane is wonderfully present from the start, alive to the foolishness of Falstaff and clearly a better person in waiting. This makes sense, but it does remove some of the drama from Hal’s transformation and ultimate rejection of his (mostly) harmless drinking buddy.

Anouka’s Hotspur is even more rounded, shading from confident to bragging to desperately trying to convince himself that the longer the odds, the greater the glory. He’d clearly take lesser glory and better odds — no fool, he — but those aren’t the cards he’s been dealt and he makes the best of them. It makes Hotspur a more convincing and sympathetic character, rather than the fool he often seems.

Women barely figure here, so padding a scene to target one of the few female characters and have it sting doesn’t really make sense to me. It certainly doesn’t illuminate this play. (Now Taming of The Shrew might benefit from an all-female cast….) Yet it’s the finale that really falls flat. The less dramatic arc for Hal, the decision to make his rejection so regal and public (including, I think, echo on his voice as if Hal were addressing the world over a PA system), to having Falstaff/the prisoner react so dramatically all lessens this moment’s wrenching possibilities.

Still, the ensemble! The inventive staging! And the King! Walter holds our attention with ease, the ache of this father and this king having many layers. When he is ill but still gives his son sound advice for managing the country (setting up Henry V in the bargain), we hang on every word. It’s enough to make you head to the warden and ask to leave credit for all the cigarettes she can smoke on Walter’s account.

ON YOUR FEET! ** out of **** (but first act ***)
MARQUIS THEATRE

On Your Feet begins so confidently, you get excited. It’s frothy, fun and as the songs pile up, you realize that you recognize a lot more of them than you thought. And even the ones you don’t recognize are ones you’d like to hear again. Is this bio-musical about Gloria Estefan the new Mamma Mia? While hardly perfect, that sense of innocent pleasure continues for the entire first act, which ends inevitably with the cast performing her breakout hit “Conga” as they wind their way through the audience. Unfortunately, there’s also an act two.

The fun forward momentum created by director Jerry Mitchell and choreographer Sergio Trujillo grinds to a halt as we deal with the famed accident and surgery on her spine that meant Gloria Estefan might never walk again. Unfortunately, very minor squabbles with her husband and a more meaningful conflict with her mother simply don’t have the fun and excitement of watching the Miami Sound Machine discover its sound, find success and plug away until breaking out of the Latin market into worldwide fame. Sure, it’s wonderful that the love of her fans inspired Estefan; we just don’t need to see it acted out onstage. So the first act remains a tantalizing look at what might have been a far more satisfying musical.

That beginning is very strong. After a clever prologue, we see Little Gloria (a sweet, endearing Alexandria Suarez) doing her many chores, but always always singing. She can’t help it! Her daddy savors audio cassettes of her singing while serving in Vietnam and cherishes her voice even more while suffering from MS later in life. But Little Gloria is always butting her heads with her mother (a very good Andréa Burns), who sees singing as a waste of time. All too soon, Little Gloria is replaced by teenage Gloria (Ana Villafaña).

They live in South Florida and Gloria’s grandmother sees a young woman born to sing. A local band that is having success working the wedding/bar mitzvah/party circuit is making a name for itself and Consuelo (a winning Alma Cuervo) convinces Emilio Estefan (Josh Segarra) to come over, meet Gloria and maybe give her some advice about the music business. Emilio hears one song and knows he’s just seen the future. Before you know it, Gloria is rehearsing with the band, working on dance moves, learning to not hate the spotlight and writing songs.

Becoming a hit in the Latin market is no easy task. But it’s crossing over to the pop market that really fires up Emilio. His record label doesn’t want any songs in English, the radio stations don’t want to play them (the Latin stations say they’re too Anglo; the white stations say they’re too Latin) but by God Emilio believes in Gloria’s talent! It won’t be long before they have the world doing the conga and the act one finale is a clever combination of seeing the band work their magic at every two-bit venue imaginable (from weddings to a Shriner convention) before finally setting the world on fire.

While none of this is revelatory, it’s presented with genuine humor and a pleasingly innocent charm that’s winning. Villafaña is a winning presence and an absolute dead-ringer for Estefan’s voice. If you told me that she was actually lip-syncing to Estefan herself I’d believe you; it’s that similar. Segarra has a sleepily sexual charm and the chemistry between the two leads is genuine. However, he is absolutely no singer.

The cast is pleasingly a rainbow of Latino shades (Segarra is of Puerto Rican descent, for example, not Cuban like Emilio) so while Hispanic and Latino audiences will note actors who don’t “fit” their roles, it doesn’t matter. And the fact that Segarra really can’t sing doesn’t matter in the first act. He only has one obligatory number and chimes in on another. Unfortunately, in the second act with Gloria incapacitated, Emilio is front and center vocally. Suddenly, casting the charming Segarra becomes indefensible when he takes the lead or sings a portion of three or four more songs. Dramatically, he’s great. But this is a musical and it’s a mortal blow to have one of the two leads not up to the demands of the role.

That’s just one more reason the relatively boring and Lifetime movie of the week nature of act two is such a bad call. (Book writer Alexander Dinelaris is very nimble and strikes the right tone in the first act.) Quite simply, the entire show takes place in act one, which should have been expanded. The Little Gloria scenes are charming and frankly over too soon. Another scene or two where we saw her weighed down by responsibility and finding refuge in song would have been very welcome. A flashback to Cuba is very effective and another moment or two would bring the heartbreak of her mother’s dreams being dashed even more into focus. The fun of breaking out in the Latin market and then wanting more (even though they risked it all by doing so) was plenty of drama to build on. “Conga” shouldn’t have been the climax of act one. It should have been the climax of the show.

The scenic design by David Rockwell is fine but not his strongest visually, though very effective in incorporating many different locations and switches from front stage to back and the like. The costumes by ESosa are a slam-dunk and don’t disappoint. Ditto the lighting of Kenneth Posner. Trujillo’s choreography is appropriately working class in its idiom and delivered with panache by a very hard-working cast. Mitchell’s direction is energetic, from the jolting opener with a live band onstage to the friendly, megamix finale where seemingly every member of the cast takes a turn on the mike just to prove they all have a better voice than Segarra (he actually raps at this moment, a wise choice). All they needed was a ruthless editor. Sometimes an album of 17 songs isn’t nearly as good as an album with just ten. Leave after the first act and you’ll recommend On Your Feet to undemanding theater-goers looking for some harmless fun. Stay for the whole show and you’ll probably go home to buy Estefan’s greatest hits (or stream them, I guess). But recommend the musical? Probably not.

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On Your Feet **

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The Mozart Project – Cliff Eisen, James Fairclough, Harry Farnham, Neal Zaslaw, Nick Till, Derek Beales, John Irving, David Henry Feldman, William Stafford & Simon P. Keefe

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The Mozart Project

The First Interactive Book on Mozart!

Cliff Eisen, James Fairclough, Harry Farnham, Neal Zaslaw, Nick Till, Derek Beales, John Irving, David Henry Feldman, William Stafford & Simon P. Keefe

Genre: Music

Publish Date: May 15, 2014

Publisher: Pipedreams Media

Seller: Pipedreams Media Limited


"A completely new kind of book " – Stephen Fry • 3hrs of Mozart’s Music • 25 Specially Filmed Performances, Documentaries and Demonstrations • 8hrs of Audio Extracts and Panel Discussions "Brilliantly Imaginative" – The Daily Telegraph ★★★★★ "Colourfully & inventively compiled" – BBC Music Magazine ★★★★★ "Challenges your imagination to keep up" – Sinfini Music Curated and authored by some of the most respected experts, The Mozart Project gives new insight into the life of a musical genius, providing the ultimate experience both in terms of contributors and the carefully selected playlist of music and images that they have chosen to feature throughout the book.  • 10 Chapters by 7 of the World’s greatest Mozart scholars • 3hrs of Mozart’s Music • 25 Specially Filmed Performances, Documentaries and Demonstrations • 8hrs of Audio Extracts and Panel Discussions • Mozart and Salieri , an Exclusive Play directed by Sir Jonathan Miller, starring Simon Russell Beale & Russell Tovey • Internet Connection Required for video content All performances and films were specially commissioned for the book and it includes twenty contributors from across the arts world including Sir Nicholas Hytner, Sir Jonathan Miller, Simon Russell Beale, Dame Felicity Lott, Sir Thomas Allen, Russell Tovey, contemporary eight-year-old prodigy Alma Deutscher, Paul Morley and many others. There is also expert analysis from leading Mozart authorities Cliff Eisen, Neal Zaslaw and John Irving; The Mozart Project provides an immersive experience for all music lovers and, crucially, brings high-quality classical music to the digital arena. The Mozart Project is designed exclusively for iPad and includes over three hours of music, two hours of streaming video, (filmed performances, demonstrations and short films) four hours of interviews extracts, and seven panel discussions chaired by Paul Morley. It also includes new and exclusive contributions from luminaries across the spectrum of classical music, giving a fascinating insight into Mozart’s life and works. Amongst the many highlights is an exclusive reading of Alexander Pushkin’s poetic drama Mozart and Salieri , which brings, for the first time, BAFTA award winning Simon Russell Beale as Salieri under the direction of Sir Jonathan Miller and stars HBO and BBC star Russell Tovey as Mozart.   Filmed highlights include performances from acclaimed period instrument group, Ensemble DeNOTE, exclusive access to the Mozart Autograph Vault in Salzburg and a look at the treasured Mozart related artefacts of a descendant of Mozart’s landlord. The Mozart Project also explores areas of controversy and intrigue: Does Pushkin’s diary confirm speculation over the Salieri poisoning? What can Pauli Hagenauer tell us about the Colloredo affair? Dispelling myths, and raising new questions, The Mozart Project casts new light over the life and music of one of the most iconic cultural figures of all time.

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History and Practice of the Art of Photography – Henry Hunt Snelling

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History and Practice of the Art of Photography

Henry Hunt Snelling

Genre: Photography

Publish Date: June 24, 1897

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


Containing all the instructions necessary for the complete practice of the daguerrean and photogenic art, both on metalic plates and on paper.

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Paranormal Activity 3 (Unrated Director’s Cut) – Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman

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Paranormal Activity 3 (Unrated Director’s Cut)

Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman

Genre: Horror

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: January 24, 2012


Paranormal Activity 3 takes you back to where it all began and the activity is more intense than ever. The cameras are on and recording the chilling moments when evil begins to terrorize young sisters Katie and Kristi for the first time. Brace yourselves for the horror phenomenon that delivers "heart-exploding scares"* so frightening that "the last 15 minutes will mess you up for life."**
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© © 2011 Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved

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Divine Comedy – Dante Alighieri & Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri & Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Genre: Poetry

Publish Date: September 14, 1321

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s published in 1867 his translation of part one of Italian poet Dante Alighieri’s epic triptych of the Catholic afterlife.

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Amusements in Mathematics – Henry Ernest Dudeney

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Amusements in Mathematics

Henry Ernest Dudeney

Genre: Games

Publish Date: April 24, 1930

Publisher: Public Domain

Seller: Public Domain


Published in 1917, this fun volume contains hundreds of puzzles (with solutions) including mathematical problems, chess puzzles, mazes, and logic games. With illustrations.

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Game of Thrones and Philosophy: Logic Cuts Deeper Than Swords (Unabridged) – William Irwin (Editor), Henry Jacoby (Editor)

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Game of Thrones and Philosophy: Logic Cuts Deeper Than Swords (Unabridged)

William Irwin (Editor), Henry Jacoby (Editor)

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 11.95

Publish Date: August 9, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Audible Studios

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Henry Holland Designs London Fashion Weekend T-Shirts

TEE TIME: House of Holland designer Henry Holland has designed a collection of T-shirts to mark this season’s London Fashion Weekend, a consumer event run by the British Fashion Council. 
The three T-shirts come in designs inspired by Holland’s past collections: a psychedelic floral pattern; a clashing check and a black T emblazoned with the slogan “Fashion Werk,” all priced at 35 pounds, or $ 54. The T-shirts will be sold at London Fashion Weekend, which runs Sept. 24 through 27 at London’s Saatchi Gallery, and for a limited period before the event, when visitors buy tickets online. 
House of Holland will also stage a runway show for the label’s fall collection during the event on Sept. 26, and model Daisy Lowe will interview Holland about his career. The biannual, ticketed event is made up of runway shows, designer talks, trend presentations and shopping galleries.

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Pixels: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Henry Jackman


Pixels: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Henry Jackman

Release Date:
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Total Songs:
21

Genre:
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Price:
$ 9.99

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℗ 2015 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., under exclusive license to Varese Sarabande Records


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Summer Sessions EP – Nicole Henry & James Bryan

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Summer Sessions EP

Nicole Henry & James Bryan

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 6.99

Release Date: July 24, 2015

© ℗ 2015 Banister Records, Inc.

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Coraline – Henry Selick

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Coraline

Henry Selick

Genre: Kids & Family

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: February 6, 2009


From the Director of The Nightmare Before Christmas comes a visually stunning stop-motion animated feature like you've never seen before! Coraline Jones is bored in her new home until she finds a secret door that leads her into a world that's just like her own…but better! But when this fantastical adventure turns dangerous and her "other" Mother tries to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her resourcefulness and bravery to get home. Critics are hailing Coraline as "A remarkable feat of imagination." (Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times).

© © 2008 Focus Features. All Rights Reserved.

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Henry V – William Shakespeare

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Henry V

William Shakespeare

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: September 4, 2014

Publisher: PlayShakespeare.com

Seller: Public Domain


The former wastrel Prince Hal has now become a shrewd and courageous monarch. His invasion of France leads to overwhelming triumph at the battle of Agincourt, not least because of the stirring quality of his speeches to his troops.

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Henry Arango: At 87, A Witness To Stonewall Riots and Six Decades of Gay History

Knock, knock. Nothing. Knock, knock. Silence. Knock, knock. Nada. Finally we hear footsteps on a staircase. The door to this Astoria, Queens NYC home opens ever-so-slowly. “Hola, Que tal,” purrs a voice before we even get to see a face.

Finally the visage comes into view. The sight takes us back. Henry Arango, three years shy of turning 90, floats toward us a la Norma Desmond.. He’s wearing a floor length silk-chiffonish robe in varying shades of flamingo-pink. An arm as long and as graceful as a swan’s neck makes an undulating gesture before pointing to his hair. Arango is wearing a two-foot high brunette wig encrusted with pearls every bit as striking as Audrey Hephburn’s coiffure as she makes her entrance to the ball in “My Fair Lady.” And emanating from all that hair (like the rays of a Cuban sun) dozens of outrageously long pink and lavender ostrich feathers. Shock and awe. “How do you like it?” he asks coquettishly. “I got them from the Tropicana Nightclub in Havana before I left Cuba.” We erupt in gales of laughter.

Henry Arango is a witness to 60-years of gay history. He performed as an impersonator in Havana as a young man. Arango watched the blazing fires and gay voices raised in outrage at the Stonewall riots. He marched in the first gay rights parade. He witnessed gays going from lurking in the shadows of dirty movie houses to speaking out and marching in Washington, D.C. for their rights. And as a proud female impersonator at the renown East Village drag venue, Club 82, Arango sashayed and danced exotically for luminaries from Elizabeth Taylor to Errol Flynn. He’s lived through the AIDS crisis, seen the progress made toward gay marriage, and beamed like a proud poppa as more and more gays (including celebrities) have had the courage to come out. But when he arrived from Cuba to New York in 1956 (at 18 or 28, according to which “papers” one chooses to believe) it was a different story.

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“Gay life was very underground,” Arango remembered. “We were considered third world persons,” he said. “You could order drinks (at bars) but there was no dancing. Police raided bars frequently. In the sixties, he remembers there were one or two bars on the Upper West Side and a couple in the Village. “Mostly they were run by the Mafia,” he says. Gays flocked to 42nd Street movie theaters for furtive sexual encounters in back rows, he recalled. Sometimes, they would meet in public “tearooms’ (restrooms). By the time the Stonewall and Julius bars opened in the Village, raids were commonplace. Arango said cops believed transvestites or drag queens(who hung out at Stonewall) were engaging in prostitution. The Stonewall also catered to”hustlers”(male prostitutes), young gay men and homeless youth. But drag queens were a favorite target for harassment by police. “You could not walk around in a dress or wear makeup out in public, ” said Arango. “But if you were out (dressed like a woman) as long as you wore men’s undergarments under the dress, they couldn’t arrest you for prostitution.”

Amid such an oppressive climate, Arango flourished as “Adrian,” an exotic interpretive dancer and sultry femme fatale at Club 82. “We were impersonators,” he says grandly. “The term ‘drag queen’ was considered trash.” One of Adrian’s famed routines featured a “Dance of The Seven Veils” where Arango portrayed Salome, the Biblical temptress who asked for the head of St. John The Baptist. Arango borrowed a head from the prop man at the old Metropolitan Opera House. One night he says: “I was waiting for my cue to go onto the stage when someone grabbed my head and ran off. I thought it was one of the waiters but it was Errol Flynn.” Flynn, ever the swashbuckler, was a big fan of the revue (featuring lesbians dressed as men, men dressed as women, acrobats and strippers).

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Arango had fled Cuba years earlier after dancing at seedy Havana clubs (El Niche) and upscale ones (Montmartre). He high-tailed out of Montmartre one night when he was performing as Madame Du Barry in a powdered wig. He says men with machine guns burst into the ritzy penthouse club and fired rounds into the audience — packed with officials of then President Fulgencio Batista’s government. Arango says two people were shot and killed. “I knew I had to get out of there,” he says with a laugh. By then he claims he had secured an audition at Club 82 in New York. Adios Havana. Hola Nueva York. Fast forward 13 years.

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The Ballad of John Henry – Joe Bonamassa

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The Ballad of John Henry

Joe Bonamassa

Genre: Blues

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: February 24, 2009

© ℗ 2009 J&R Adventures

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Henry IV, Part 1 – William Shakespeare

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Henry IV, Part 1

William Shakespeare

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: July 5, 2011

Publisher: Bookbyte Digital

Seller: Somerset Investments, Inc.


The crown weighs heavily on King Henry IV. Relations are poor with the Welsh and the Scottish. His former allies from Northumberland, who helped him seize the throne, are revolting over an argument of succession. And his good-for-nothing son Prince Hal would rather spend his time drinking with lowlifes, like the fat, pompous, and charismatic Falstaff, than learning the ways of the court. As the revolution reaches a boiling point, the Prince must step up to his long-neglected responsibilities, make peace with his father, rally together an army of his drunken friends, and finally prove himself fit for the throne.

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Henry V – William Shakespeare

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Henry V

William Shakespeare

Genre: Theater

Publish Date: July 6, 2011

Publisher: Bookbyte Digital

Seller: Somerset Investments, Inc.


Young King Henry V has been arguing with the French over territory rights. Feeling insulted and wronged by the perceived French inflexibility, the king rallies together his troops to invade. In France, a far larger and more heavily armed cavalry force awaits. Back home, three assassins are plotting to murder the king before his campaign can even begin. A story that depicts both the glory and the horror of war, Henry V contains inspiring speeches, rousing action, and a charming romance across language barriers.

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Serial (The Original Score) – Mark Henry Phillips


Serial (The Original Score)
Mark Henry Phillips

Release Date:
December 17, 2014
Total Songs:
20

Genre:
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Price:
$ 7.99

Copyright
℗ 2014 Mark Henry Phillips


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Flip Flop Fucking With Henry Samson And Jack Masters

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The gorgeous and dark Henry Samson is back in the studio again for a really horny duo with muscled and slightly rugged stud Jack Masters. And it’s one of those pairings that will have a lot of the members hitting replay! Henry Samson wastes no time getting on that solid uncut cock, and after a wet worshiping Jack Masters is just as eager to get a taste himself too. Both guys are hungry for cock, but it’s the flip-flop fucking that will probably have you all pumping that load out. Speaking of loads, check it out as Henry Samson and Jack Masters both fill a condom with cum deep in his buddy’s ass before pulling out to dump the contents!

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