Frank Doubleday
Frank Doubleday
Frank Doubleday is an American actor whose most notable roles are as villains in several films. Such roles include include John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13 and John Carpenter's Escape from New York (1981) playing the character Romero. In the special edition DVD commentary, Kurt Russell credits Doubleday's performance as setting the tone of the movie. In recent years, he has been working in the theater. He made his film debut in The First Nudie Musical.
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NYTimes - over 19 years
NEWS Ushered In Looking for the route to ''Oklahoma!'' or ''South Pacific''? Try www.rnh.com. That's the Web site established yesterday by the Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization. Among other attractions, it features every musical in the Rodgers & Hammerstein Theater Library catalogue (including Rodgers and Hart musicals like ''Pal Joey'' and the
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Once Doubleday Was a King, Now House Gets a New Look
NYTimes - over 20 years
THE clanks and squeaks of heavy machinery pierced the summer air in Garden City as a significant segment of Long Island history joined the ranks of the down-sized. The Doubleday book plant, part of the commercial scene for nearly a century, has been trimmed back. Peeled away from the eastern side was a long warehouse called the tin building, next
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A Few Changes, Mr. Dreiser
NYTimes - over 23 years
JENNIE GERHARDT By Theodore Dreiser. Edited by James L. W. West 3d. Illustrated. 577 pp. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Cloth, $39.95. Paper, $19.95. IN September 1910, Theodore Dreiser made a sudden career change. A scandalous affair with a young woman had forced him to resign from his well-paying job as editor in chief of a
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MIRACLE ON GRUB STREET
NYTimes - over 30 years
THEODORE DREISER At the Gates of the City 1871-1907. By Richard Lingeman. Illustrated. 478 pp. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. $22.95. THIS first volume of Richard Lingeman's two-part biography of Theodore Dreiser reaches only seven years beyond the initial publication of ''Sister Carrie,'' when, in the wake of early neglect, the book was
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THE MAKING OF A BEST SELLLER, 1906
NYTimes - about 31 years
THE story of Upton Sinclair and ''The Jungle'' has receded so far into the back pages of American literary history that it was a bit surprising to see the tale resurrected, if only as a television statistician's ad-lib during a major league baseball All-Star Game. As the game played itself out in a flurry of home runs and fielding errors, a
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A CORNUCOPIA OF BROWSERS
NYTimes - about 33 years
Fifth Edition. By James D. Hart. 896 pp. New York: Oxford University Press. $49.95. SINCE the fifth, the latest and largest edition of James D. Hart's Oxford Companion to American Literature - a reference work I have never been able to live without since I obtained a copy by lending some modest scholarly assistance to the first edition over 40
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WASHINGTON ; The Evening Hours; ARCHITECTS IN CAPITAL
NYTimes - almost 36 years
W HAT do architects talk about at candlelit tables gleaming with crystal as white-gloved waiters serve up fingerbowls and champagne? Buildings. ''This is the best room in the country - where would you find this in New York?'' asked Philip Johnson, the master architect of the Chippendale-topped A.T.&T. skyscraper in Manhattan. ''Watch how those
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Paperback Talk
NYTimes - almost 36 years
The magazine connection. In troubled times, remember your old friends. That adage is being heeded these days by the 450 independent magazine distributors - known in the trade as ''i.d.'s - who see that one-half of the paperbacks sold get into the nation's massmarket racks. The friendship between the largely family-owned i.d.'s and the paperback
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AFTER 80 YEARS, PUBLISHER PLANS UNCUT 'SISTER CARRIE'
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Theodore Dreiser's ''Sister Carrie,'' one of the landmark American novels of the 20th century, is being published for the first time just as the author wrote it 80 years ago - with the restoration of 36,000 words that had been cut out of the original manuscript. By the standards of the early 1900's - in the censorial eyes of his wife, editors and
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