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Box-Office

A differential equation model of North American cinematic box‐office dynamics

Rave Reviews, Movie Awards, and Box Office Bucks: Which Doesn’t Belong?

The critical trade‐off: identity assignment and box‐office success in the feature film industry

Path to War. Directed by John Frankenheimer; produced by Guy Riedel; screenplay by Daniel Giat. USA. 2002; color; 165 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office

Iron Jawed Angels. Directed by Katja von Garnier. Written by Jennifer Friedes. United States. 2004; color; 125 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office

Conspiracy. Produced by Nick Gillott; directed by Frank Pierson; screenplay by Loring Mandel. 2001; color; running time 96 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO)

School of Law Erasmus University Rotterdam , The International Office, P.O. Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam, the Netherlands; fax: 31 10 452 81 56; e-mail: <InternationalOffice@law.eur.nl>

The Northwest Salmon Crisis: A Documentary History. Edited by Joseph Cone and Sandy Ridlington. Illustrations, notes, glossary, index and Saving the Salmon: A History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Role in the Protection of Anadromous Fish on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. By Lisa Mighetto and Wesley J. Ebel. [for the U.S. Army Crops of Engineers, North Pacific Division, Portland, Ore.], Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index. Single copies are available free of charge from the Corps of Engineers, North Pacific Division, ATTN: Environmental Resources Office, P.O. Box 2870, Portland OR 97208-2870

Band of Brothers. Produced by Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg; directed by Phil Alden Robinson (part 1, Currahee), Richard Loncraine (part 2, Day of Days), Mikael Salomon (part 3, Carentan, and part 10, Points), David Nutter (part 4, Replacements), Tom Hanks (part 5, Crossroads), David Leland (part 6, Bastogne), David Frankel (part 7, The Breaking Point, and part 9, Why We Fight), and Tony To (part 8, The Patrol); screenplay by Erik Jendresen and Tom Hanks (part 1), John Orloff (part 2), E. Max Frye (part 3), Graham Yost and Bruce C. McKenna (part 4), Erik Jendresen (part 5), Bruce C. McKenna (part 6), Graham Yost (part 7), Erik Bork and Bruce C. McKenna (part 8), John Orloff (part 9), and Erik Jendresen and Erik Bork (part 10). 2001, color; 500 minutes. Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO)

 

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That part of a theatre devoted to the selling of seats. The name dates from the time when the majority of seats in the house, except in the gallery, were ...

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