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Vince Palamara: author of four books + MAJOR DVD

Vince Palamara: author of four books + MAJOR DVD
Author of three books, including THE NOT SO SECRET SERVICE- AGENCY TALES FROM FDR TO THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION TO THE REAGAN ERA and appears on the DVD/ BLU RAY A COUP IN CAMELOT. Watch for Vince's fourth book "WHO'S WHO IN THE SECRET SERVICE: HISTORY'S MOST RENOWNED AGENTS" sometime in the not too distant future!

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President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail +

President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail +
President Kennedy's Secret Service White House Detail + various other important/ temp/ PRS agents, as compiled from the massive collection of the leading authority on the Secret Service, especially during the JFK era: Vince Palamara

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Secret Service JFK
Various JFK era agents

Secret Service JFK

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Monday, November 19, 2012

"Lincoln" movie: fabulous! a must-see! The "Gone With The Wind" of this generation! Classic

Mere words cannot do justice to just how phenomenal "Lincoln" the movie truly is! Oscar nominations---and wins---must go to Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, and Tommy Lee Jones. Also, kudos go out to Hal Holbrook, James Spader, and some of the other fine actors who helped make this film such a treat from start to finish.




When we went to see this film at a local theater, the place was packed. What was truly amazing was what happened during the entire movie: not one person got up to leave. In addition, the audience spontaneously applauded at the end! The word of mouth on this movie is truly amazing---all the hype DOES indeed do the film justice. See this film asap. I plan on seeing it again and getting the DVD when it becomes available. An Oscar feast awaits!   ----------
"Box Office Mojo reports that Lincoln is doing better than expected at the box office on its expansion to 1,175 theaters. Lincoln is especially impressive, given that it’s not dumbed down for maximum profits at the box office but instead is keeping the fire burning through great reviews and strong word of mouth. Current estimates for Lincoln put it at double the previous highest opening weekend for a presidential biopic. None of the forecasters predicted it would open this big. Wow, $21 million for Lincoln on well under 2,000 screens is a great haul. Lincoln will end its run well over 100M in the US, received rave reviews, has a very Academy-friendly genre with a very Academy-friendly team. I thought Lincoln was extraordinary, one of the finest films I’ve seen all year. I was not only surprised at the large crowds (they put up ropes for the Twilighters, but they could have used them for Lincoln and Flight too), I’ve never seen a theater packed with so many over 40s in my life. I suspect that the recent election season which included profound and historical issues to which Lincoln could not help but to allude is the cause of this boom in business. That, plus the best word of mouth of the year. Also, the film provides the chance to see three (or more) of the screen’s best and most beloved artists doing the most substantial work of their careers: Day-Lewis, Field, and Jones. I have to admit that all three performances are haunting me a full day later. Field especially makes a difficult, sixty-something woman effortlessly attractive. There is real heat in the relationship; this is the last thing I was expecting from this movie. Jones reveals great depths of caring and morality through a man who uses grumpiness as a weapon and as a mask for the hurt he feels at having to constantly defend the end of slavery. I thought the screenplay was Pulitzer Prize level playwriting. The film is nearly all dialogue-driven, but oh what dialogue! There was none of the faux formalism that plagues so many period films. Plus the look of the film was downright gritty and dark, as life was back them. The score was restrained, but undistinguished; a wise move in a film with a strong potential to overstate its every element.All of the elements – writing, directing, visuals, performance, editing, pacing – were married in a brisk and invigorating way. I suspect it will be number one next week after word of mouth spreads."- Awards Daily Blog
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"Lincoln, even with Spielberg’s ├ęclat and two-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis in the title role, could have hit the fatal front line of audience indifference, given the scarcity of movies about the struggle to pass important legislation. (The only example that leaps to mind: 1776, the 1972 musical rendition of the fight over the Declaration of Independence.) But this fact-based drama, detailing the battle to win votes in the House of Representatives for the anti-slavery amendment, surpassed early forecasts and earned a robust $21 million at 1,775 theaters. The next weeks will tell whether Lincoln can continue to attract mainstream acclaim, in a national forum where people vote by buying tickets. The film’s status as an Oscar finalist is all but certain."- TIME. SEE ALSO:
http://entertainment.time.com/2012/11/08/lincoln-spielbergs-urgent-civics-lesson/?iid=ent-main-belt

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