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Peterson, Helgenberger return for CSI finale

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William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger talk to USA TODAY's Bill Keveney about returning to "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" for the series finale.

Gape at William Friedkin's Near-Masterpiece “To Live and Die in LA”

Still, the subject matter was quite macho: Based loosely on the experiences of a retired Secret Service agent named Gerald Petievich, it follows the efforts of Richard Chance (William Petersen), a go-it-alone, adrenaline-junkie agent, as he seeks to


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100 amazing answers to prayer

100 amazing answers to prayer

(Alibris: Books, Music, & Movies)

Price: $15.00

New In 100 Amazing Answers to Prayer, readers will find dozens of true stories showing how God responded to the requests of his people-sometimes in most surprising ways. William J. Petersen and Randy Petersen draw from the lives of ordinary people, celebrities, historical figures, and others to tell amazing accounts. Each story packs a punch of faith-building inspiration that will touch readers of all ages. Quotes, prayers, and Scriptures lend devotional flair to this book, helping readers move into a life of their own answered prayers. Paperback. In publisher's shrink wrap. This book would make a great gift. Full refund if not satisfied.


Gape at William Friedkin's Near-Masterpiece “To Live and Die in LA” - Village Voice

When he made To Live and Die in L. A. , William Friedkin was fourteen years removed from The French Connection, his Best Picture–winning 1971 hit. In the years after that movie, which set new standards for the crime drama, he had gone from being one of the golden boys of American cinema to inhabiting what he termed “a gray area” after the undeserved box office failure of his expensive 1977... To Live and Die in L. A. , which screens at midnight this Friday and Saturday in the IFC Center’s ongoing “Road Rage” series, returned Friedkin to the crime drama, but his approach was different. As he notes in his excellent memoir, The Friedkin Connection , he “would abandon the gritty macho look” of The French Connection for “something more in the unisex style of Los Angeles in the 1980s. ” Wanting a “feminine sensibility” this time, he... Always something of an experimenter when it came to movie scores, Friedkin gave a copy of the script to the new wave band Wang Chung before he shot any footage, and he let the resulting music influence the form and shape of his film. Still, the subject matter was quite macho: Based loosely on the experiences of a retired Secret Service agent named Gerald Petievich, it follows the efforts of Richard Chance (William Petersen), a go-it-alone, adrenaline-junkie agent, as he seeks... Friedkin wanted, as he put it, “to portray the city with no landmarks, no iconic skylines or neighborhoods,” and thus opted for locations such as Slauson Avenue in South Central, Nickerson Gardens in Watts, and, up north, San Luis Obispo’s state... The film does share with The French Connection an almost obsessive focus on process: Friedkin and Petievich actually worked with a paroled counterfeiter on the technical details of printing fake money, and the director boasts in his book that he... To Live and Die in L. A. is a movie all about facades. The posturing characters, the synthesized soundtrack, the heavily art-designed frames, the gyms and the strip clubs and the avant-garde dance performances that put bodies on full display — all serve to create a world of whisper-thin surfaces,... Dafoe’s counterfeiter creates paintings, then takes them out and burns them, watching the fire with a fascinated, dazed look on his face, as if he’s finally witnessing something real. In that sense, his criminal and Petersen’s bungee-jumping, thrill-seeking cop are two sides of the same coin, both desperately looking for something concrete, authentic. This notion even comes into play during the film’s influential car chase, which is somehow more amazing than the one in The French Connection. Chance and his partner, John Vukovich (John Pankow), find themselves in the middle of a robbery gone horribly wrong. a simple getaway turns into a multi-vehicle war, and the agents’ Chevy Impala speeds the wrong direction on the Terminal Island Freeway and through a massive flood-control channel, with countless other cars behind. Friedkin orchestrates every second of this dazzling sequence with remarkable control, always keeping the direction and placement of the cars perfectly clear without skimping on kinetics or style. My favorite touch: the heavy, terrified breathing of Vukovich on the soundtrack as he huddles in the back seat of the car, an effect that heightens both the scene’s danger and its dreaminess. (For years, I recalled a dialogue exchange during the chase that is nowhere to be found in the actual movie: “Is this really happening. To Live and Die in L. A. also features a number of unforgettable turns from actors on the cusp of fame. This was Petersen’s first starring role — and it would have been his feature-film debut, were it not for a brief appearance in Michael Mann’s Thief four years earlier. (Mann would cast him as the lead in Manhunter in 1986. ) It was Dafoe’s crazed performance here that inspired Martin Scorsese to cast him as Jesus of Nazareth in 1988’s The Last Temptation of Christ. And John Turturro makes a brilliant turn as a foulmouthed, duplicitous cash mule, years before his indelible roles in Do the Right Thing (1989) and Miller’s Crossing (1990). To Live and Die in L. A. was well-received by critics, but it didn’t...

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  1. Still, the subject matter was quite macho: Based loosely on the experiences of a retired Secret Service agent named Gerald Petievich, it follows the efforts of Richard Chance (William Petersen), a go-it-alone, adrenaline-junkie agent, as he seeks to
  2. A riveting mixture of crime, cars, tension, music and action, the 1985 movie “To Live and Die in L.A.” features early performances from the likes of William Petersen, Willem Dafoe and John Turturro. Though director William Friedkin's earlier “The
  3. players in Chicago's renowned Steppenwolf Theatre ensemble, where she worked alongside actors the likes of Gary Sinise, Joan Allen, Gary Cole, John Mahoney, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, William Petersen and Martha Plimpton from 1979 to 2005.
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William's Texas Beans Recipe (baked beans, onions, green pepper, red pepper, breakfast sausage, chili powder, worcestershire sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, garlic powder, cayenne)

Simple Spinach Salad (broccoli, cucumber, salad dressing, raisins, mayonnaise, bacon, red onions, red wine vinegar, almonds, sugar)

Cardamom Green Tea (cardamom, green tea, sugar)

Party Mint Patties (butter, powdered sugar, food coloring, food coloring, corn syrup, peppermint extract, sugar)

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William Petersen - IMDb
William Petersen, Producer: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. William Petersen was born on February 21, 1953 in Evanston, Illinois, USA as William Louis Petersen. He is ...

William Petersen - Wikipedia
Born: William Louis Petersen (1953-02-21) February 21, 1953 (age 64) Evanston, Illinois, U.S. Other names: William L. Petersen: Occupation: Actor, producer

William Petersen - Wikipedia
contiene immagini o altri file su ; Collegamenti esterni. EN) William Petersen, in Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com.

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