Ever wondered how Michael Keaton rose to stardom? Keaton, whose real name is Michael John Douglas was born on September 5 1951 in Forest Grove, Pennsylvania. His mother, Leona Elizabeth (Loftus), was a homemaker. His dad, George A. Douglas, was a civil engineer. In the small Pennsylvanian town, Keaton grew up as the youngest of his six siblings. He attended Montour High School and went on to study speech at Kent State. He attended college for two years and then moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a young adult living in Pennsylvania, he quickly landed a job as a stagehand at WKED – a public broadcasting station. Hours of working the camera, rolling up cable and adjusting stage lights eventually led him to the set of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. For more interesting facts you must read his biography. Grab Your biography book now!
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"Fresh and action-packed, THE SIX SIDEKICKS OF TRIGGER KEATON is thrilling, charming, and hilarious. It's got both mystery AND bar fights between stunt actors and this is all I want out of any narrative, fiction or nonfiction." Ryan North (Slaughterhouse-Five) Someone murdered Trigger Keaton, the world's most famous TV action hero. But to be fair, everyone kinda hated him. Now the plot thickens, the sidekick numbers increase, and the STUNTMAN WAR ESCALATES! And no one is ready for the BEST CAR CHASE EVER put to page going down!
Some things are older than time. Older than darkness. -Levi is a monstrous man—made of scars and scary as hell, he’s glutted on ghosts and evolving to carry out the dark wishes of the ancient whispers in his head. He’s building a door and what’s on the other side is terrifying. -Jones spent a lot of time living bottle to bottle and trying to erase things. Now he’s looking for the man who killed his mother and maybe a little bit of looking or himself as well. -Keaton is on the run from accusations as well as himself, he suffers alone until he meets Jubal, an orphaned boy with his little sisters in a sling. -Every line is not a straight line and everything must converge. A parable writ in dust and blood on warped barn wood. A journey in the classic sense, populated with dried husks of towns…and people both odd and anything but ordinary. Hornets, reverse-werewolves and one of the most vicious villains you’ll ever know are all part of it. Pull on your boots and saddle up, we’ll Walk The Darkness Down.
In Buster Keaton’s Silent Shorts: 1920-1923, James L. Neibaur and Terri Niemi provide a film-by-film assessment of Buster Keaton’s short films produced in the early 1920s. The authors discuss the significance of each short to the Keaton filmography, as well as each film’s importance to cinema. Offering a clear and in-depth perspective on 19 films, the authors explain what makes these shorts effective and why they’re funny.
Orphaned by a brutal raid on a colony ship, young Kylee is alone in the universe. But she finds a new family in the form of a professional bounty hunter, a psychopathic alien, a professional duelist, and a big game hunter, his wife and their twin sons. They're an odd mix...but family is what you make it. And when one man's greed threatens the entire Frontier, Kylee and her new family stand in his way. Helped by a smuggler-turned-gambling magnate and the surviving members of the Fifth Acadian Militia, they're about to teach a few lessons about what it means to be free, and maybe get a little payback along the way. The real currency of the Frontier isn't guns or money. It's loyalty.
An epic race for survival that follows four children and their dog through treacherous waterways, dense forests and the deep, dark wilderness of Wales. From author Jess Butterworth comes a beautifully written adventure story in a vibrantly described setting - perfect for fans of Katherine Rundell. One day, as Cara and her siblings are trying to clean up the canal where they live, they pull out a mysterious locked safe. Though none of them can open it, they're sure it's something special. That night, a thief comes after the safe. The children flee, traveling with their boat as far as they can, before continuing into the forest on foot. But soon they're lost in the mountains with a snowstorm about to land and food supplies running low. Will Cara and her siblings be able to survive the wilderness with nothing but their wits, their bravery and one very large dog to help?