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Merton of the Movies (The Collected Works of Harry Leon Wilson)
Harry Leon Wilson
by Classic Books .
Written in English
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Merton of the Movies, which Gertrude Stein called “the best book about 20th century American youth,” follows midwestern bumpkin Merton Gill’s unlikely journey from a Merton of the Movies book stockroom to the star-studded set of a silent unately, the actors he’s idolized from afar lose their luster up close, which fuels his desire to become a dramatic leading man — not some slapstick fool.
Merton has studied these film stories carefully, subscribes to several photoplay magazines, and has taken a correspondence course in acting. (With a specialization in face journeys.) While ordinary folks only idly think of going Simsbury, Illinois might just be a wide spot in the road, but twice a week, the Bijou Palace shows movies made in far /5.
Directed by Robert Alton. With Red Skelton, Virginia O'Brien, Gloria Grahame, Leon Ames. A Kansas bumpkin goes to Hollywood to become a movie star and gets a job burlesquing his favorite actor - only he thinks the role is serious/10(). Merton of the Movies book OF THE MOVIES: The Musical tells the story of a small-town lad who fantasizes about making it big in Tinseltown during the Silent Film era and just what happens when his naive illusions collide with the cold-hearted unpredictability of movie-making.
With an exciting and memorable score, it’s a show-biz origins story told with humor and heart — a tangled tale of.
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Merton of the Movies is a comic novel by Harry Leon Wilson. It was adapted into a stage play and three films. Wilson, a writer and novelist, wrote the book after a brief stint in Hollywood.
Merton of the Merton of the Movies book was published in the Saturday Evening Post in  and published as a book /5(7). Merton of the Movies, which Gertrude Stein Merton of the Movies book "the best Merton of the Movies book about 20th century American youth," follows midwestern bumpkin Merton Gill's unlikely journey from a Kansas Merton of the Movies book to the star-studded set of a silent film.
Unfortunately, the actors he's idolized from afar lose their luster up close, which fuels his desire to become a dramatic leading man -- not some slapstick fool.
Harry Leon Wilson, the author, was a very popular humor writer in the first decades of the 20th century. This book was made into film several times, the last in starring Red Skelton.
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Merton of the Movies follows midwestern bumpkin Merton Gill’s unlikely journey from a Kansas stockroom to the star-studded set of a silent film. Unfortunately, the actors he’s idolized from. Merton of the Movies is a comedy that centers around Merton Gill, an aspiring dramatic Merton of the Movies book from Simsbury, Illinois who makes his way to Hollywood to become a serious actor.
Merton (or the Feckless Gubb, as his girlfriend calls him) is a version of Dustin's Dojo. This book is a charming satire, adventure, and time capsule all rolled /5(38). Merton of the Movies was first published as a serial in the Saturday Evening Post inthe year Congress passed the 19th Amendment granting women suffrage, United Artists was formed, and the.
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Written by Harry Leon Wilson, Merton of the Movies was first published years ago in in the Saturday Evening Post. It was published in book form in To celebrate the th anniversary of its initial publication, LARB books is republishing the classic in a new edition that will feature an introduction by Tom Lutz and forward by Mitra Jouhari.
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Merton Gill is an usher from Tinkerton, Kansas, who yearns to be a movie actor and thinks his worthless diploma from the Budolph School of Dramatic Acting will help him realize his dream. When Merton foils a robbery - supposedly using the skills he learned from his idol, Lawrence Rupert - the fading film star's gun-toting lackeys bring Merton.
LibriVox recording of Merton of the Movies, by Harry Leon Wilson. Read by Margaret Espaillat. Merton of the Movies is a comedy that centers around Merton Gill, an aspiring dramatic artist from Simsbury, Illinois who makes his way to Hollywood to become a serious actor.
How could Merton fail in attaining his dreams after finishing a correspondence course from the General Film. MERTON OF THE MOVIES follows the misadventures of Merton Gill, an aspiring movie actor with no talent. When the producers see how ridiculous his acting is, they cast him in a comedy, but tell him that he's acting in a drama.
MERTON OF THE MOVIES was adapted for film three times (,).Author: Harry Leon Wilson. Paul Merton’s book “Silent Comedy” “An awestruck and knowledgeable introduction to Hollywood's earliest funsters lovingly researched, beautifully designed and gloriously illustrated' - Telegraph On the surface it may seem slightly surprising that a master of verbal humour should also be a devotee of silent comedy, but Paul Merton is completely passionate about the early.
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InKansas theatre usher Merton Gill is a rabid silent-movie fan. When he brings Mammoth Studios free publicity by imitating star Lawrence Rupert's heroics, they bring him to Hollywood to generate another headline; he thinks he'll get a movie contract.
Disillusioned, he haunts the casting offices, where he meets and is consoled by Phyllis Montague, bit player and stunt /5(58). Movies & TV Blog Thomas Merton.
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Merton of the Movies was the earliest comic novel about the filmmaking industry of the Silent Era and functions as an enjoyable representation of the time period. Merton himself comes with clear goals that poke fun at the different types of roles an actor could receive and works to achieve the persona he prefers.
Merton was “a destroyed person” because of his failure to marry Margie, according to John Dear, in his study of Thomas Merton Peacemaker, inthe “brutal year” of the Tet Offensive.
Merton of the movies by Wilson, Harry Leon, Publication date Publisher Garden City, N.Y., Toronto, Doubleday, Page & company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate Call number nrlf_ucsc:SCBPages: Merton of the Movies is a comedy that centers around Merton Gill, an aspiring dramatic artist from Simsbury, Illinois who makes his way to Hollywood to become a serious actor.
How could Merton fail in attaining his dreams after finishing a correspondence course from the General Film Production Company of Stebbinsville, Arkansas, certifying him to be a competent screen actor.
Read "Merton of the Movies" by Harry Leon Wilson available from Rakuten : Ebookslib. Discover what genre Merton of the Movies,directed by Robert Alton, with Red Skelton, Virginia O'Brien, Gloria Grahame, belongs at Turner Classic Movies. Merton of the Movies, which Gertrude Stein called "the best book about 20th century American youth," follows midwestern bumpkin Merton Gill's unlikely journey from a Kansas stockroom to the star-studded set of a silent film.
Unfortunately, the act. Abingdon Theatre Company presents a concert reading of MERTON OF THE MOVIES, an uproarious new musical comedy, set in the rollicking age of Keystone Cops, Harold Lloyd, Charlie Chaplin, and Buster Keaton, with book by Donald Brenner, music and lyrics by Doug Katsaros.
Directed by Donald Brenner. Based on the bestselling novel by Harry Leon Wilson and the. Robert K. Merton, in full Robert King Merton, original name Meyer Robert Schkolnick, (born July 4,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died FebruNew York, New York), American sociologist whose diverse interests included the sociology of science and the professions, sociological theory, and mass communication.
After receiving a Ph.D. from. Merton Gill--so for a little time he must still be known--moodily seized the late Estelle St. Clair under his arm and "withdrew from the dingy back storeroom. Down between the counters of the emporium he went with his fair burden and left her outside its portals, staring from her very definitely lashed eyes across the slumbering.
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