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Clyde'S Christmas Feast D. W. Cantrell ... Clyde the Cat was sitting—no, hiding—under the Christmas tree when his sister asked him, “Clyde, what are you doing ... This explains the title of my book The Adventures of Bonnie and Clyde.

Author: D. W. Cantrell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781524548261

Category: Fiction

Page: 90

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This is the first in the series of stories of Bonnie and Clyde, two cats who spend most of the time getting into and out of trouble. Bonnie, the smart one, desires only a warm lap and a bowl of cold milk. Clyde, her brother, wants the world and, like the burger, wants it his way. If you have ever . . . ever . . . owned a pet, you will relate to the horror their owner daily endures. Be sure to look for the Easter eggs in all D. W. Cantrell books.
2016-10-19 By D. W. Cantrell

Two beagles and their human family travel to London. A mishap lands the dogs in the middle of London trying to find their human family. In the end they locate their family, having many adventures along the way.

Author: Dana Telford

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ISBN: 0998336602

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Two beagles and their human family travel to London. A mishap lands the dogs in the middle of London trying to find their human family. In the end they locate their family, having many adventures along the way.
2017-07-10 By Dana Telford

This is the first in the series of stories of Bonnie and Clyde, two cats who spend most of the time getting into and out of trouble.

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A book to teach children the wonderful and important aspects of animal adoption.

Author: Nadia Archambault

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1477417877

Category: Pets

Page: 26

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A book to teach children the wonderful and important aspects of animal adoption.
2013-09-12 By Nadia Archambault

Relying on primary sources— oral history interviews, personal memoirs, newspaper articles, official records, diaries, and letters— E. R. Milner cuts through myth and legend to create this startling portrait of the real Bonnie and Clyde.

Author: E. R. Milner

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809389018

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 200

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Relying on primary sources— oral history interviews, personal memoirs, newspaper articles, official records, diaries, and letters— E. R. Milner cuts through myth and legend to create this startling portrait of the real Bonnie and Clyde. In his prologue, Milner introduces Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, showing them as they drive along a rural Louisiana lane toward the ambush that would put a dramatic end to their turbulent lives of crime. Milner then traces their backgrounds, noting the events that bring the two outlaws together. The ensuing adventures of Bonnie and Clyde featured gun battles, narrow escapes and captures, frequent moves, and, of necessity, several shifts in personnel over a short period of time. It was a life of wild action, betrayal, and sometimes even gallantry. In the abstract, an aura of romance surrounded this violent pair. Although the mythology surrounding Bonnie and Clyde is charged with drama and fascination, Milner reveals the truth behind the bloody legend, carefully gleaning materials from obscure locally published accounts, previously untapped court records, and archived but unpublished oral history accounts from some sixty victims, neighbors, relatives, and police who were involved in the exploits of the infamous duo. And the truth proves to be sufficiently exciting. Romance aside, the Barrow gang carved a grisly swath through Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. The string of deaths was long— and real: Akota, Oklahoma, sheriff severely wounded, deputy killed; Sherman, Texas, grocery clerk killed; Temple, Texas, man killed as gang attempts to steal his car; Joplin, Missouri, two officers killed; Alma, Arkansas, police officer killed; Crockette, Texas, prison guard killed; Miami, Oklahoma, police officer killed. Milner traces this violent path until 23 May 1934, when Bonnie and Clyde die in an ambush. Even dead, they draw crowds and are buried in a circus-like atmosphere. In death they continue to intrigue us in ways few criminals had before or have since.
2003-07-01 By E. R. Milner

Some saw the adventures of Bonnie and Clyde as a modern - day version of the Robin Hood story , in which the robbers were striking a symbolic blow against the wealthy . This wanted poster was issued in 1934 by the Division of ...

Author: Jim Corrigan

Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 0766031322

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Describes the important world, national, and cultural developments of the decade 1930-1939.
2010-01-01 By Jim Corrigan

Bonnie and Clyde When Bonnie Parker met Clyde Barrow in 1930 they were both dirt-poor Texans with no future. ... the imagination of the public, especially the poor, who lived vicariously through the adventures of Bonnie and Clyde.

Author: Bruce G. Kauffmann

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440106422

Category: History

Page: 560

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A collection of columns from the syndicated newspaper column, Bruce's History Lessons.
2008-11 By Bruce G. Kauffmann

In 1967, Time Magazine's cover featured 'Bonnie and Clyde' (1967) and announced a renaissance in American cinema.

Author: Peter Kramer

Publisher: Wallflower Press

ISBN: 1904764584

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 129

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In 1967, Time Magazine's cover featured 'Bonnie and Clyde' (1967) and announced a renaissance in American cinema. The author looks at the influence this generation had on Hollywood at the time, not only in the aesthetics and politics of the films, but also the changes in the studio system.
2005 By Peter Kramer

Toland's book made reference to two of the era's minor criminals, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker. ... they'd been watching and talking about, they decided that summer that the adventures of Bonnie and Clyde would make a great movie.

Author: Mark Harris

Publisher: Canongate Books

ISBN: 9781847674791

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 496

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With behind-the-scenes gossip creating as much drama as the movies themselves, Hollywood in 1967 showcased the future of film in more ways than one. From the anti-heroes of Bonnie and Clyde and the illicit sex of The Graduate to the race relations of In The Heat of the Night, suddenly no subject was taboo. This was a time of turbulence as hip young filmmakers embodying the restlessness and rebellion of a changing America wrought radical changes to the traditions of cinema. Scenes from a Revolution is an exceptional analysis of the films shortlisted for the Best Picture Academy Award of 1967 as well as an illuminating window into the popular culture of the time.
2008-06-03 By Mark Harris

Author: Sandra Wake

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ISBN: 0900855746

Category: Bonnie and Clyde (Motion picture).

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1972 By Sandra Wake