How much did Ford’s women really achieve?
Can there be a more inspiring film for mothers and daughters than Made in Dagenham? I was wiping away tears before the opening credits. Here was a real life story of the 187 female machinists at the Ford factory in Dagenham in 1968 who brought the plant to a standstill until the sinister American bosses and the Labour Government conceded that women should be entitled to equal pay. The female …
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What’s the Big Deal?: Stagecoach (1939)
It would be hard to think of American cinema without thinking of Westerns, and it would be hard to think of Westerns without thinking of John Wayne. For movie-history enthusiasts, it goes further: You can’t think of John Wayne without thinking of director John Ford, and if you think of John Ford you …
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MURRIETA: School hopes to buy news van
If enthusiasm translates into dollars, members of the Vista Murrieta High School TV production program soon will be driving around town in a news van.
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Columbia Basin Allied Arts starts 33rd season
MOSES LAKE – The Columbia Basin Allied Arts is preparing to open its 33rd premiere season with works ranging from Bollywood to Gershwin.
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