The Hangman is a powerful short movie that has found a cult audience as a parable for our times.
Based on a poem first published in 1954, written a few years before by Maurice Ogden, it was turned into this powerful short movie after Les Goldman heard a reading on Los Angeles radio. Goldman was a lifelong production manager during Hollywood’s golden age. He died at 70 in Santa Cruz, California, back in the 1980s.
Goldman’s son says his father’s imagination wouldn’t let go, and he pursued making this movie, raising a hundred or two at a time from people he’d shared his vision with.
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The Art of Victory debuted today on GoldenNetwork.tv. Produced by Sheldon Altfeld, it features author and futurist Gregory Copley and themes from his book, The Art of Victory: Strategies for Personal Success and Global Survival in a Changing - In a changing world, conflict is inevitable -- but defeat is not. In fact, by understanding how civilizations and societies naturally evolve, one can not only adapt but flourish, and emerge better than ever in any sphere: personal, professional, or global.
Golden Network, a new channel on ROKU TV sets, is proud to announce it is now streaming the complete Emmy-award winning documentary series about America’s effort in World War Two, “Victory At Sea.”
In 1952, when NBC originally produced and aired the series, America was just a half-decade out of World War Two, and the collection of film from all sides of the war had mostly not been seen before. But the production was so well-received that it ran in local syndication through the middle-1960s.
Music aficionados also enjoy the soundtrack – it was co-written by Richard Rogers while he was working Broadway for his day job.
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