April 29th, 2017
|tsmithjohnson||11:16 pm - L. C. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL TRIBUTE 1: 1954 YELLOWJACKET YEARBOOK INTRO & "REAR WINDOW&am|
Originally posted by tsmithjohnson at L. C. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL TRIBUTE 1: 1954 YELLOWJACKET YEARBOOK INTRO & "REAR WINDOW&qu
Originally posted by tsmithjohnson
at L. C. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL TRIBUTE 1: 1954 YELLOWJACKET YEARBOOK INTRO & "REAR WINDOW"
GOOD MORNING, FAMILY AND FRIENDS,
TODAY, I BEGIN MY TRIBUTE TO MY ALMA MATER, "THE ORIGINAL L.C. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOOL", WITH A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE TO 1954 BY ADDING A 1954 MOVIE OF MY CHOICE TO MY "1954 TRIBUTES....
SO, PLEASE ENJOY MY "1954 MOVIE OF THE YEAR" NO. 1 SELECTION...."REAR WINDOW "THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK CLASSIC" STARRING "JAMES STEWART"!!
PLEASE LOOK, LISTEN, LIKE, COMMENT, AND SHARE.....THANKS!!
Rear Window is a 1954 American Technicolormystery thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and written by John Michael Hayes based on Cornell Woolrich's 1942 short story "It Had to Be Murder". Originally released by Paramount Pictures, the film stars James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter and Raymond Burr. It was screened at the 1954 Venice Film Festival.
The film is considered by many filmgoers, critics and scholars to be one of Hitchcock's best and one of the greatest movies ever made. The film received four Academy Award nominations and was ranked No. 42 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies list and No. 48 on the 10th-anniversary edition. In 1997, Rear Window was added to the United States National Film Registry in the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". PLOT: Professional photographer L.B. "Jeff" Jeffries breaks his leg while getting an action shot at an auto race. Confined to his New York apartment, he spends his time looking out of the rear window observing the neighbors. He begins to suspect that a man across the courtyard may have murdered his wife. Jeff enlists the help of his high society fashion-consultant girlfriend, Lisa Freemont, and his visiting nurse, Stella, to investigate.
LET'S BEGIN OUR STROLL OF THE "1954 L. C. ANDERSON YELLOW JACKET YEARBOOK
Current Location: United States, Texas, San Antonio
Current Mood: accomplished
October 27th, 2006
Where: in my skin
im black, native american, and welsh.im a college freshman and im jus lookin for sum people to share life wit.nt new to lj but i got a new page.lookin for sum new friends
Current Mood: sick
October 12th, 2006
I'm a student at UF writing a paper on Affirmative Action. I've gotten a lot of feedback from whites and Asians, but very few responses from other minority groups.
I was wondering if I could just get:
3. Are you for/against AA?
Thanks so much :)
June 30th, 2006
|psuteddybear||07:31 am - hello|
Hello, my name is Shylicia, but everyone calls me Shy. I am new here and do not really know what to say so here goes anything. I consider myself Black, even if my background is mixed with other cultures, races and nationalities. I am part Black, Native american, and Costa Rican. I have been raised in all of those cultures. However when I am in front of people they just consider me Black.I am a college state in New Hampshire but I am from Boston. I go to Plymouth State for marketing.
I guess thats it for now.
April 19th, 2006
check out this band: http://www.myspace.com/junksciencerap
they have a really awesome song. Check out the one calle "House Wigger"
March 4th, 2006
|clare1969||04:06 pm - Pro Black and Pro Feminist - an oxymoron?|
Can a Black man be both conscious/ pro black and also strongly believe in gender equality? - I am just finding that so many 'conscious' men seem to be against gender equality and anti-feminist.
Current Mood: frustrated
February 25th, 2006
Hi everyone, I'm new to this community.
About me: Race, racism and racial identity are of interest to me since they have played a large role in the person I am today. While I identify as Black, and experience the world as a Black person, I am technically "biracial" (not keen on this term but can't think of an alternative!) I believe that the BLACK biracial person is in a unique situation in terms of experiencing racism as a Black person, yet having been raised by a white parent. Thus as a Black "mixed race" individual, I don’t share the experiences of many "mixed folk" with regard to the “what are you?” question that people who are acknowledged as mixed race may get, and I can't relate to the experiences of mixed race individuals who pass for white. At the same time, I have faced issues growing up such as racism from white relatives and general "over exposure" to white people that the average Black person doesn't have to confront.
November 2nd, 2005
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