Biography[ edit ] Early years: Helen's Hospital in As recounted in the first volume of her autobiographies, Frame's childhood was marred by the deaths of two of her adolescent sisters, Myrtle and Isabel, who drowned in separate incidents, and the epileptic seizures suffered by her brother George referred to as "Geordie" and "Bruddie". As a result of her suicide attempt, Frame began regular therapy sessions with junior lecturer John Moneyto whom she developed a strong attraction,  and whose later work as a sexologist specialising in gender reassignment remains [update] controversial.
When Theresa Johnson is abandoned by her husband and forced to live on the streets with her daughter Hillary, she struggles to survive in filthy shelters and in constant fear. Faced with the most devastating choice, Theresa must put her daughter before herself--at any cost.
In this comedy Dan McGinty is a hungry hobo who wows the ballot-stuffers by voting 37 times in an election for mayor. He immediately becomes the protege of a political boss.
The boss guides and schemes McGinty to alderman, mayor and ultimately governor. McGinty flees the country and winds up as a bartender in a seedy Central American dive where the tale has a gleeful surprise ending. DVD ; vhs Songs and musical dialogue by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.
For Bumper, life is just a bowl of cherries. But when he rescues a beautiful amnesiac from a park lake, his cares suddenly increase. Can a whimsical tramp compete with his playboy pal for the heart of their lady fair?
Luanda, capital of Angola, is a huge city trying to cope with and overcome the profound legacy of a civil war that lasted for nearly 30 years. Vitorio has just been discharged after almost 20 years of fighting in the war.
During his last military assignment he stepped on a land mine and lost a leg. After recuperating, he finds himself alone, unemployed and homeless. He, along with the people that he encounters, attempt to build new lives at the same time as their country reconstructs in the postwar era.
In Portuguese with English subtitles. Within its minute time frame, this film co-written by "professional cynic" Wilson Mizner tackles such issues as disenfranchised war veterans, misguided hero worship, drug addiction, the Depression, capitalism, labor relations and communism.
Richard Barthelmess plays a wounded war hero whose hospital stay has turned him into a morphine junkie. Barrat, who has invented a revolutionary washing machine. With all this going on, Barthelmess still finds time to romance Loretta Young.
Heroes for Sale is very much a product of its time, though its entertainment value has remained solid for well over six decades. DVD X; vhs A tramp who has been hiding underneath a railroad car wakes up while the train is stopped, and follows a pretty girl into the train station.
Directed by Cal Dalton and Ben Hardaway.
One hobo awakens, and carefully avoids the shower, except for a drop on each eye. He stops at the medicine cabinet for some "soda fizz" which jets about, causing havoc.
A train goes by, and the swinging rhythm inspires a makeshift clarinet solo. The cook grabs some fish from the fridge, which opens right onto the river.
Another train whistle prompts an announcer; the hobos board down a slide.Moderation / Criticism / Exposition / Exposés David Aaronovitch. Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash.
. Janet Frame was born in Dunedin in the south-east of New Zealand's South Island as the third of five children of Scottish New Zealander parents. She grew up in a working-class family. Her father, George Frame, worked for the New Zealand railways, and her mother Lottie (née Godfrey), served as a housemaid to the family of writer Katherine .
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