Monthly Archives: September 2003

“People’s Vote” to Rate American Documents

If you haven’t heard about it yet, it seems appropriate that I, as “The People’s Critic,” should enlighten you about “The People’s Vote.” At a special ceremony this week, President George W. Bush, along with the Archivist of the United States, … Continue reading

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Crighton’s “South Pacific” Has Much to Offer

When I was just a young lad becoming aware of Rodgers & Hammerstein treasures like “Carousel” and “Oklahoma,” the film version of another of their gems arrived at the hometown Paramount Theatre where I was to get my start as … Continue reading

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