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The first-ever design from the Barbie® Couture Collection™, celebrating the excitement and elegance of high fashion design. She wears a gown of deep chocolate taffeta, lined with shimmering golden lamé. From her shoulders extends a cowl of soft silk velvet, perfectly complemented by a three- tiered train. Golden embroidery and sparkling sequins provide...

Spirits Of Death In A Sea Of Trees - Japan's Suicide Forest “I think the way we live in society these days has become more complicated. Face-to-face communication used to be vital, but now we can live our lives being online all day. However, the truth of the matter...

The Cambridge Free English Dictionary and Thesarus defines the prefix "neo" as, "new or recent, in a modern form". Today's modern cinematic landscape, particularly in America, is filled with post-modernism and metaphysical films such as 1996's SCREAM and 2003/2004's KILL BILL. Films are referencing and twisting the...

Price: $159.99 - Entertainment Earth  $159.99 - Amazon.com  This Gorn is looking for a fight! 13-inch Star Trek statue from Cestus III. Limited edition of only 500 pieces! Are you as intelligent as a Gorn? Showcasing one of the most popular alien species ever to appear on Star Trek, this astonishing...

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)(Universal)   Creature from the Black Lagoon was the last of a long line of classic movie monsters developed by Universal Pictures. By the 1950's most studios had switched from horror pictures to science fiction. Universal was no exception. Creature...

Born Johnnie Lucille Collier in Texas in 1923, she lived there until she was nine, when mother left her philandering father and moved with Ann to California. Even at that young age she had to support her mother, who was hearing-impaired and unable to hold...

Following her divorce, Page worked briefly in San Francisco, and in Haiti. She moved to New York City, where she hoped to find work as an actress. In the meantime, she supported herself by working as a secretary. In 1950, while walking along the Coney...