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The Searchers And Me by Frank Allen

Title The Searchers and Me
Author Frank Allen
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2009
Category Rock groups
Total Pages 448
ISBN 189975041X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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2009 is a year of celebration marking five decades of the Searchers. From small beginnings the group has reached stratospheric heights. Frank Allen, front man and bass player has spent the last three years collating all his diaries and memory banks to produce this magnificent account of the history of the Searchers. It is a very full and definitive biography, but as Frank himself in his Introduction states The story can never be a complete one. Nevertheless, the 440 + pages are packed with epic stories, comedy and tragedy and little nuggets of information that could only have been experienced by someone who was there, covering in some detail both the earliest days of the embryonic Searchers and Franks formative musical years with Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers. In addition, there are 167 photographs many of which have never been published before. The Searchers and me is a testament to Frank Allen's enduring popularity both on and off the stage.

The Searchers by Brian Henderson

Title The Searchers
Author Brian Henderson
Publisher Wayne State University Press
Release Date 2004
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 370
ISBN 0814330568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A series of in-depth examinations of the motion picture many consider to be Hollywood's finest western film.

Travelling Man by Frank Allen

Title Travelling Man
Author Frank Allen
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1999
Category Concert tours
Total Pages 199
ISBN 1899750290
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Frank Allen fortæller om sin tid som basguitarist i den legendariske engelske popgruppe The Searchers, som havde deres storhedstid i 1960erne.

The Searchers by Anonim

Title The Searchers
Author Anonim
Publisher Arte Publico Press
Release Date 1996
Category Comic books, strips, etc
Total Pages 86
ISBN 161192278X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Searchers by Glenn Frankel

Title The Searchers
Author Glenn Frankel
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date 2013-02-19
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781620400647
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New York Times Bestseller Named one of the best books of the year by: Parade The Guardian Kirkus Library Journal The true story behind the classic Western The Searchers by Pulitzer Prize-wining writer Glenn Frankel that the New York Times calls "A vivid, revelatory account of John Ford's 1956 masterpiece." In 1836 in East Texas, nine-year-old Cynthia Ann Parker was kidnapped by Comanches. She was raised by the tribe and eventually became the wife of a warrior. Twenty-four years after her capture, she was reclaimed by the U.S. cavalry and Texas Rangers and restored to her white family, to die in misery and obscurity. Cynthia Ann's story has been told and re-told over generations to become a foundational American tale. The myth gave rise to operas and one-act plays, and in the 1950s to a novel by Alan LeMay, which would be adapted into one of Hollywood's most legendary films, The Searchers, "The Biggest, Roughest, Toughest... and Most Beautiful Picture Ever Made!" directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne. Glenn Frankel, beginning in Hollywood and then returning to the origins of the story, creates a rich and nuanced anatomy of a timeless film and a quintessentially American myth. The dominant story that has emerged departs dramatically from documented history: it is of the inevitable triumph of white civilization, underpinned by anxiety about the sullying of white women by "savages." What makes John Ford's film so powerful, and so important, Frankel argues, is that it both upholds that myth and undermines it, baring the ambiguities surrounding race, sexuality, and violence in the settling of the West and the making of America.

The Searchers by Alan Le May

Title The Searchers
Author Alan Le May
Publisher Pinnacle Books
Release Date 2013-03-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780786031436
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A ripsnorting Western, as brashly entertaining as they come. Slambang! --The New York Times on John Ford's The Searchers John Ford's The Searchers defined the spirit of America, influenced a generation of film makers, and was named the Greatest Western Movie of All Time by the American Film Institute in 2008. Now, the novel that gave birth to the film returns to print--a timeless work of vivid, raw western fiction and a no-holds-barred portrait of the real American frontier. From the moment they left their homestead unguarded on that scorching Texas day, Martin Pauley and Amos Edwards became searchers. First they had to return to the decimated ranch, bury the bodies of their family, and confront the evil cunning of the Comanche who had slaughtered them. Then they set out in pursuit of missing Debbie Edwards. In the years that follow, Amos and Martin survive storms of nature and of men, seeking more than a missing girl, and more than revenge. Both are driven by secrets, guilt, love, and rage. Defying the dangers all around them, two men become a frontier legend, searching for the one moment, and the one last battle, that will finally set them free. . . "As brashly entertaining as they come." --New York Times "Epic. . .a drama of stubborn courage to which the prose lends a matching stature." --Kirkus Reviews Alan Le May was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, and attended Stetson University in DeLand, Florida in 1916. In 1918 he registered for the World War I draft in Aurora, and then enlisted and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. While attending the University of Chicago, where he graduated in 1922 with a Bachelor of Philosophy degree, he joined the Illinois National Guard. He was promoted to First Lieutenant Field Artillery for the Illinois National Guard in 1923. He published his first novel, Painted Ponies,/I>, in 1927 (about the Cheyenne and the U. S. Cavalry horse soldiers).

The Searchers by Carmenica Diaz

Title The Searchers
Author Carmenica Diaz
Publisher Lulu Press, Inc
Release Date 2012-01-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781471062728
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The news of an accident in a research institute filters into the media. A man has been transformed into a woman and is now on the run, perhaps battling psychological issues. The hunt is on for the victim of the accident. Amongst the chasers are the media, Special Branch and criminals hired to eliminate the “evidence” of mistakes by a manipulative scientist. Almost a thriller, this is, in the end, a romantic story of redemption and of understanding self, life and love. (52, 343 words)

The Searchers by Kay David

Title The Searchers
Author Kay David
Publisher Harlequin
Release Date 2012-03-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781459236523
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The truth is supposed to set you free… After the birth—and death—of her child, Maya fled her hometown and made a new life for herself. Many years later, her lover's brother reveals she was told a lie. Her son is still alive. And now Maya is prepared to do whatever it takes to find him. Shepard Reyes wants to find his brother's child as much as Maya does. Now that the truth about his nephew is known, the boy's life is once again in danger. There are too many people who don't want him to claim what is rightfully his….

The Searchers by Glenn Frankel

Title The Searchers
Author Glenn Frankel
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Release Date 2013-02-19
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781620400647
Language English, Spanish, and French
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New York Times Bestseller Named one of the best books of the year by: Parade The Guardian Kirkus Library Journal The true story behind the classic Western The Searchers by Pulitzer Prize-wining writer Glenn Frankel that the New York Times calls "A vivid, revelatory account of John Ford's 1956 masterpiece." In 1836 in East Texas, nine-year-old Cynthia Ann Parker was kidnapped by Comanches. She was raised by the tribe and eventually became the wife of a warrior. Twenty-four years after her capture, she was reclaimed by the U.S. cavalry and Texas Rangers and restored to her white family, to die in misery and obscurity. Cynthia Ann's story has been told and re-told over generations to become a foundational American tale. The myth gave rise to operas and one-act plays, and in the 1950s to a novel by Alan LeMay, which would be adapted into one of Hollywood's most legendary films, The Searchers, "The Biggest, Roughest, Toughest... and Most Beautiful Picture Ever Made!" directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne. Glenn Frankel, beginning in Hollywood and then returning to the origins of the story, creates a rich and nuanced anatomy of a timeless film and a quintessentially American myth. The dominant story that has emerged departs dramatically from documented history: it is of the inevitable triumph of white civilization, underpinned by anxiety about the sullying of white women by "savages." What makes John Ford's film so powerful, and so important, Frankel argues, is that it both upholds that myth and undermines it, baring the ambiguities surrounding race, sexuality, and violence in the settling of the West and the making of America.

The Search For Myself by MIKE. PENDER

Title The Search for Myself
Author MIKE. PENDER
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-07
Category Singers
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0993121314
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Searchers by Joe Loconte

Title The Searchers
Author Joe Loconte
Publisher Thomas Nelson Inc
Release Date 2012
Category Religion
Total Pages 207
ISBN 9781595554468
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Scholar Joseph Loconte examines one of the most remarkable passages of Scripture, an exchange in the gospel of Luke between two disciples of Jesus of Nazareth---uttered just days after his execution---about the longings of the human heart and the mysterious purposes of God.

Ecclesiastical Biography by Christopher Wordsworth

Title Ecclesiastical Biography
Author Christopher Wordsworth
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1853
Category Clergy
Total Pages 86
ISBN NYPL:33433087366500
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Searchers by Alan LeMay

Title The Searchers
Author Alan LeMay
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2009
Category Fiction
Total Pages 309
ISBN 0843961724
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After a Texas frontier family is massacred by Comanches, Amos Edwards and his nephew, Martin Pauley, search for Edwards' niece, who had been taken captive during the raid.

The Searchers by Stephen Korwin Szymanowski

Title The Searchers
Author Stephen Korwin Szymanowski
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1908
Category Los Angeles (Calif.)
Total Pages 300
ISBN UCLA:L0096056346
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blood Stains by Sharon Sala

Title Blood Stains
Author Sharon Sala
Publisher MIRA
Release Date 2011-02-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1426884303
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the reading of her father's will, Maria Slade receives shocking news—as a four-year-old, she'd witnessed her prostitute mother's murder and been taken into hiding by the well-meaning preacher who'd raised her as his own. Maria remembers none of that. But now she's determined to flush her mother's killer out of hiding and discover the identity of her birth father. She heads to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she meets Detective Bodie Scott. Empathizing with this beautiful woman looking to find out who she really is, he opens the decades-old case file. Their investigation leads them down a dangerous path, where no one is what they seem. Where a father does not want to be found. And a murderer has "like mother, like daughter" in mind for Maria.

Company Of Heroes by Carey Jr.

Title Company of Heroes
Author Carey Jr.
Publisher Taylor Trade Publishing
Release Date 2013-12-07
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 278
ISBN 9781589799110
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Harry Carey, Sr., died in 1947, director John Ford cast Carey's twenty-six-year-old son, Harry, Jr., in the role of The Abilene Kid in 3 Godfathers. Ford and the elder Carey had filmed an earlier version of the story, and Ford dedicated the Technicolor remake to his memory. Company of Heroes is the story of the making of that film, as well as the eight subsequent Ford classics. In it, Harry Carey, Jr., casts a remarkably observant eye on the process of filming Westerns by one of the true masters of the form. From She Wore a Yellow Ribbon and Wagonmaster to The Searchers and Cheyenne Autumn, he shows the care, tedium, challenge, and exhilaration of movie-making at its highest level. Carey's portrayal of John Ford at work is the most intimate ever written. He also gives us insightful and original portraits of the men and women who were part of Ford's vision of America: John Wayne, Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara, Ward Bond, Victor McLaglen, and Ben Johnson. Funny, insightful, and brutally honest, Company of Heroes is a rip-roaring good read that presents the remarkable life story of Harry Carey, Jr., and his many fine performances.

Once A Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas

Title Once a Week
Author Eneas Sweetland Dallas
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1867
Category General
Total Pages 86
ISBN IOWA:31858044952350
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Three Bad Men by Scott Allen Nollen

Title Three Bad Men
Author Scott Allen Nollen
Publisher McFarland
Release Date 2013-03-29
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 408
ISBN 9781476601601
Language English, Spanish, and French
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These were unique, complex, personal and professional relationships between master director John Ford and his two favorite actors, John Wayne and Ward Bond. The book provides a biography of each and a detailed exploration of Ford’s work as it was intertwined with the lives and work of both Wayne and Bond (whose biography here is the first ever published). The book reveals fascinating accounts of ingenuity, creativity, toil, perseverance, bravery, debauchery, futility, abuse, masochism, mayhem, violence, warfare, open- and closed-mindedness, control and chaos, brilliance and stupidity, rationality and insanity, friendship and a testing of its limits, love and hate—all committed by a “half-genius, half-Irish” cinematic visionary and his two surrogate sons: Three Bad Men.