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Smi - Karneval Damen Kostüm Dancing Queen blau ...
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Material: 100% PolyesterLieferumfang: Dieses Damen-Kostüm "70er Jahre Dancing Queen" aus der Disco Fever Kollektion besteht aus einem Overall. Bitte beachten: Sonstige Bekleidung und Accessoires sind nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten.

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Stand: 01.04.2020
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Hair - 40th Anniversary Edition Dual Format
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The film, loosely based on the 1968 Broadway musical Hair: An American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, centres on two men, Claude (John Savage, The Deer Hunter, a naïve young man from America's 'Bible Belt' and Berger (Treat Williams), the leader of a hippie tribe in New York. Drafted into the army and soon to ship out to Vietnam, Claude spends his last time as a civilian with Berger, learning for the first time about race and class issues in 60s America. He soon meets and falls for Shelia, a rich debutante with a rebellious soul. Welcome to the Age of Aquarius. The film marked Milos Forman's return to directing after winning an Oscar® for One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest in 1975 and was nominated for two Golden Globes in 1980. Special features: Presented in High Definition and Standard Definition Aquarius (1966, 8 mins): the Age of Aquarius arrives in Nancy Hanna's jazzy psychedelic animation San Francisco (1968, 15 mins): Anthony Stern's award-winning impressionistic documentary shot on the streets of San Fran, stunningly soundtracked with a rare early version of Pink Floyd's 'Interstellar Overdrive' Indian Pop Instrumental (c1970, 3 mins): enigmatic English musos look east with this marvellously mysterious music film Discomania (1979, 24 mins): Oscar Riesel's star-spangled British disc-dancing extravaganza from the glory days of glitterballs, lurex, sequins and rollerskates Nicholas Ray in Conversation (1969, audio only): the legendary filmmaker memorably concluding his screen career in Hair - reflects upon his legacy with film critic VF Perkins at London's NFT ***FIRST PRESSING ONLY*** Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the film by Ellen Cheshire, new interview with the film's screenwriter Michael Weller and an essay on director Milos Forman by Kieron McCormack

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Stand: 01.04.2020
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A Thousand Stones: The Age of Revolution, Lust ...
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During the late 60s and early 70s, turbulence dominated both the world stage and the personal psyche of youth worldwide. It was an era of startling contrasts. Make peace, not war. Flower power. Turn on, tune in, drop out. Passion for ear-splitting, loud music. Vegetarian heroin users. Open the mind, close the establishment. Who could make sense of it all? College students, of course! A Thousand Stones is an historical fiction about both peaceful and militant students in the age of the Vietnam War, young love, criminal sabotage, and, of course, sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It is also an entertaining coming-of-age story about a 19-year old Texan, Nathan Davett Cooper ("Nate"). Europe was a magnet for the young and restless; Nate is both. He is presumed dead, along with 40 other Texas college students, in the crash of ICE Flight 54. Bodies wash ashore on the Normandy coast, amidst large clumps of grey-green paper wads: hundreds of thousands of dollars in US currency. Infused with unusual travel adventures, seasoned with the songs of the times and the longings of early manhood, the story follows this young American, his revolutionary-minded gonzo-journalist best friend, Charlie, Custer, a worldly-wise hippie girlfriend of Charlie's, and others involved in the unfolding mystery of twin plane crashes, mystical Irish lore, a budding worldwide radical underground movement, and their surprising connections across time and space. A Thousand Stones is a nostalgic look at what was happening between the Summer of Love, the Days of Rage, and Disco Dancing. It's both innovative and entertaining, blending little-known history, memorable fictional and historical characters, and an enrolling story into an amazing listen that will stay with you long after the end. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nicholas Santasier. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/083769/bk_acx0_083769_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 01.04.2020
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Bet Debora Journal
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Notes from a Polish Jewish Feminist, Agnieszka Graff Rosa Luxemburg in Breslau: A Room of Her Own, S. L. Wisenberg Róza Pomeranc-Melcer(owa) (1873–1934): Eine galizische Zionistin und die erste jüdische Politikerin in der Zweiten Polnischen Republik, Angelique Leszczawski-Schwerk Der gelbe Schein / The Yellow Ticket, Alicia Svigals Edith Stein (1891–1942), Daughter of Breslau Rabbi,James Baaden Karla Wolff – Surviving the Shoah in Breslau, Eleonore Lappin-Eppel Judith Berg: Dancing the Jewish Past, Creating a Jewish Future?, Gail Reimer Schoraschim / Wurzeln – transgenerationale Ressourcen und deren Aufarbeitung in der Kunst, Elianna Mitchnik im Gespräch mit Ruth E. Herzka Shorashim / Roots – Transgenerational Resources and their Elaboration in Art, Elianna Mitchnik interviewing Ruth E. Herzka Personal Affects – Going into the Archive, Tanya Ury Der Arzt und all die anderen … / The Doctor and all the Others …, Tania Reytan-Marincheshka The Female Muscle Jew – Women in Jewish Sports Associations in the German-Speaking Sphere between 1900 and 1912, Sarah Egger “Cantor + Woman = Feminist?”, Mimi Sheffer Women’s Rosh Chodesh Services in Orthodox Judaism: Music, Gender, and Power-Negotiations on the Periphery, Miranda L. Crowdus Der Happy Hippie Jew Bus / The Happy Hippie Jew Bus Texte als Fundstücke / Texts as Found Objects, Marion Kahnemann The “Lost Generation” of Female Jewish Artists in former Yugoslavia: Riki Levi, Lea Deutsch and Stella Skopal, Martina Bitunjac Jüdischsein in Ostberlin, Lara Dämmig Alternatives for Jewish Women in Maramures, Romania: Woman of Valor, Yiddishe Mamme or Communist Comrade, Alina Marincean

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.04.2020
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Bet Debora Journal
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Notes from a Polish Jewish Feminist, Agnieszka Graff Rosa Luxemburg in Breslau: A Room of Her Own, S. L. Wisenberg Róza Pomeranc-Melcer(owa) (1873–1934): Eine galizische Zionistin und die erste jüdische Politikerin in der Zweiten Polnischen Republik, Angelique Leszczawski-Schwerk Der gelbe Schein / The Yellow Ticket, Alicia Svigals Edith Stein (1891–1942), Daughter of Breslau Rabbi,James Baaden Karla Wolff – Surviving the Shoah in Breslau, Eleonore Lappin-Eppel Judith Berg: Dancing the Jewish Past, Creating a Jewish Future?, Gail Reimer Schoraschim / Wurzeln – transgenerationale Ressourcen und deren Aufarbeitung in der Kunst, Elianna Mitchnik im Gespräch mit Ruth E. Herzka Shorashim / Roots – Transgenerational Resources and their Elaboration in Art, Elianna Mitchnik interviewing Ruth E. Herzka Personal Affects – Going into the Archive, Tanya Ury Der Arzt und all die anderen … / The Doctor and all the Others …, Tania Reytan-Marincheshka The Female Muscle Jew – Women in Jewish Sports Associations in the German-Speaking Sphere between 1900 and 1912, Sarah Egger “Cantor + Woman = Feminist?”, Mimi Sheffer Women’s Rosh Chodesh Services in Orthodox Judaism: Music, Gender, and Power-Negotiations on the Periphery, Miranda L. Crowdus Der Happy Hippie Jew Bus / The Happy Hippie Jew Bus Texte als Fundstücke / Texts as Found Objects, Marion Kahnemann The “Lost Generation” of Female Jewish Artists in former Yugoslavia: Riki Levi, Lea Deutsch and Stella Skopal, Martina Bitunjac Jüdischsein in Ostberlin, Lara Dämmig Alternatives for Jewish Women in Maramures, Romania: Woman of Valor, Yiddishe Mamme or Communist Comrade, Alina Marincean

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Stand: 01.04.2020
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