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  • David Hall may refer to: *David Hall (athlete) (1875–1972), runner *David Hall (Australian politician) (1874–1945) *David Hall (Delaware governor) (1752–1817), American lawyer and Governor of Delaware *David Hall (Irish politician), Irish Labour party politician, represented Meath in the 1920s *
  • David Robert Hall (5 March 1874 - 6 September 1945) was an Australian politician.
  • David Connolly Hall (May 1, 1875–May 27, 1972) was an American middle distance runner. He won the bronze medal in the 800 metres track & field athletics race at the II Olympic Games in Paris in 1900. His time in the final is unknown.
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The Thief of Bagdad (The Criterion Collection)
The Thief of Bagdad (The Criterion Collection)
Legendary producer Alexander Korda's marvel The Thief of Bagdad, inspired by The Arabian Nights, is one of the most spectacular fantasy films ever made, an eye-popping effects pioneer brimming with imagination and technical wizardry. When Prince Ahmad (John Justin) is blinded and cast out of Bagdad by the nefarious Jaffar (Conrad Veidt), he joins forces with the scrappy thief Abu (the incomparable Sabu, in his definitive role) to win back his royal place, as well as the heart of a beautiful princess (June Duprez). With its luscious Technicolor, vivid sets, and unprecedented visual wonders, The Thief of Bagdad has charmed viewers of all ages for decades.


Special Features
* - SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES:
* - New digital transfer, from restored film elements
* - Two audio commentaries: one featuring renowned directors Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese, and one with film and music historian Bruce Eder
* - Visual Effects,, a documentary about the technical achievements of The Thief of Bagdad
* - The Lion Has Wings (1940), Alexander Korda's propaganda film for the English war effort, created when The Thief of Bagdad went into production hiatus
* - Excerpts from codirector Michael Powell's audio dictations for his autobiography
* - Excerpts from a 1976 radio interview with composer Miklos Rozsa
* - Stills gallery featuring rare images of the film's production and photos shot in Dufaycolor Optional music and effects track
* - Theatrical trailer
* - PLUS: A booklet featuring new essays by film scholars Andrew Moor and Ian Christie

Often hailed as the greatest fantasy film ever made, The Thief of Bagdad (1940) was producer Alexander Korda's crowning achievement. Deservedly winning Academy Awards for art direction, color cinematography, and special effects, this Arabian Nights adventure appeals to all ages with its fantastical tale of Abu (Sabu), the little thief who befriends the prince of Bagdad (John Justin) and foils the nefarious plans of the evil grand vizier (Conrad Veidt), who seizes control of Bagdad and covets the princess of Basra (Joan Duprez). From its gorgeous, epic-scale sets to flying horses, magic carpets, and, best of all, Rex Ingram's towering jinni of the bottle, this Thief has all the magic of the tales that inspired it, and vibrant Technicolor brings it all to life in dazzling style. Six esteemed directors worked on this infamously troubled production, but the final result exceeded all expectations, becoming an instant classic that endures to this day. --Jeff Shannon

Often hailed as the greatest fantasy film ever made, The Thief of Bagdad (1940) was producer Alexander Korda's crowning achievement. Deservedly winning Academy Awards for art direction, color cinematography, and special effects, this Arabian Nights adventure appeals to all ages with its fantastical tale of Abu (Sabu), the little thief who befriends the prince of Bagdad (John Justin) and foils the nefarious plans of the evil grand vizier (Conrad Veidt), who seizes control of Bagdad and covets the princess of Basra (Joan Duprez). From its gorgeous, epic-scale sets to flying horses, magic carpets, and, best of all, Rex Ingram's towering jinni of the bottle, this Thief has all the magic of the tales that inspired it, and vibrant Technicolor brings it all to life in dazzling style. Six esteemed directors worked on this infamously troubled production, but the final result exceeded all expectations, becoming an instant classic that endures to this day. --Jeff Shannon

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20110823 02 Werribee Centenary Hall plan - 1972
20110823 02 Werribee Centenary Hall plan - 1972
Floorplan of the former Centenary Hall. Watton Street. Werribee. Victoria. ================================================================== First Trade Fair. Internal Displays Werribee's Rotary Club Trade Fair will be held over three days - this Friday, Saturday and Sunday - in Centenary Hall. Many local businessmen have given their support, and many of Australia's biggest firms have arranged exhibits. STAND GUIDE. 1. Fisher Motors, Display. Working cutaway motor model car setting. 2. 3. 4. Nuttlock Electronic, Carpets and vinyl, colour TV, electronic typing aid. 5. Sno-white Nursery-land, Baby wear and nursery. 6. H. Mentha, Dry flower display. 7. Morrows, Timber and Hardware, Paint display and demonstration. 8. 9. Universal Heating, Central Heating display. 10. Deneys Pty Ltd, Soft furnishings. 10 a. David Gliddon, Tiles and floor coverings. 11. Western Gardens Nursery, Shrubs and nursery range. 12. Barassi Office Furniture. Office furniture. 13. Lowe Pharmacy. Cosmetics display. 14. Jeldi Manufacturing. Soft furnishings. 15. 16. 17. Mayall Electric, Kelvinator, stereo, TV. 18. Marine Timber, Marine timber, boat kits. 19. Western Cabinets. Cabinet Makers. 20, 21, 22. Hynes fireplaces, Heating, hardware and building materials. 23. Rheem Hot water systems. 24, 25. Werribee Joinery, Kitchen display. 26. Paper Tiger Catamarans. 14' catamaran. 27. Ace Billiars Tables. Billard tables. 28. Werribee Sports Centre. Sporting goods and toys. 29. Trimview Metal Products. Doors, windows, &c. 30. Semco Handcrafts. Tapestry, needleworks. 31. Leyland Industries. Motor display. 32. Insulfluf. Home insulation. 33. Elna Machines. Sewing and knitting display. 34. werribee Plan Printers. Color duplicating. 35, 36. Briquette Sales. Briquette appliances. 37, 38, 39. Biland Trading. Marine motors, mini bikes, chain saws. 40. M & D Homes. Home building. 41. SPC Shepparton. Fruit preserves. 42. Weldrite Engineering. Hose reels. 43, 44, 45. SEC Heating, air conditioning. 46, 47, 48. PMG. Philatelic display, telecommunications display. 49. Derrimut Building Supplies. Fountain and waterfall setting. External Displays. 50-57. Brad Boyden, Caravan range. 58-60. Leyland Industries. Truck display. 61-62. GTH Engineering. Tractor display. 63-64. Heath Motors. Truck display. 65-68. Brown and Di Gioacchino, Cars, trucks and tractors. 69-73. Derrimut Building Supplies. Steel garages, garden accessories. 74. Alfa-Laval. Dairy equipment. 75-76. Better Built Pools. Fibreglass pools. 77-78. Volvo Australia. Motor vehicles. 79-80. Guiding Star Engineering. Trailers and horse floats. see Banner of 23 Aug 1972. p.5.
Edinburgh Doors Open: Merchants' Hall
Edinburgh Doors Open: Merchants' Hall
The Master's Court room. The fireplace, chimmney piece and paintings came from an earlier merchants' hall in the Old Town. Merchants' Hall was built in 1865 and designed by David Bryce for the City of Glasgow Bank. The bank failed in 1878 and the merchants bought the building. The Edinburgh Merchant Company has its origins in a 15th century protectionist guild of merchants. At one time they controlled the town council thanks to royal privileges. The Company of Merchants was incorporated by royal charter granted by Charles II in 1681 and this date is woven into the carpeting in the building. It is best known nowadays for its charitable work and its association with several well-known Edinburgh schools (eg James Gillespie's, George Watson's, Mary Erskine's and Daniel Stewart's).

david hall carpets
david hall carpets
A Reforming People: Puritanism and the Transformation of Public Life in New England
A revelatory account of the aspirations and accomplishments of the people who founded the New England colonies, comparing the reforms they enacted with those attempted in England during the period of the English Revolution.

Distinguished historian David D. Hall looks afresh at how the colonists set up churches, civil governments, and methods for distributing land. Bringing with them a deep fear of arbitrary, unlimited authority grounded in either church or state, these settlers based their churches on the participation of laypeople and insisted on “consent” as a premise of all civil governance. Encouraging broad participation and relying on the vigorous use of petitioning, they also transformed civil and criminal law and the workings of courts. The outcome was a civil society far less authoritarian and hierarchical than was customary in their age—indeed, a society so advanced that a few dared to describe it as “democratical.” They were well ahead of their time in doing so.

As Puritans, the colonists also hoped to exemplify a social ethics of equity, peace, and the common good. In a case study of a single town, Hall follows a minister as he encourages the townspeople to live up to these high standards in their politics. This is a book that challenges us to discard long-standing stereotypes of the Puritans as temperamentally authoritarian and their leadership as despotic. Hall demonstrates exactly the opposite. Here, we watch the colonists as they insist on aligning institutions and social practice with equity and liberty.

A stunning re-evaluation of the earliest moments of New England’s history, revealing the colonists to be the most effective and daring reformers of their day.

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