Romantic comedy about two Budapest co-workers who find they love each other through their letters to a lonelyhearts club.
Bettsey Barhorst the president of the Madison Area Technical College; William Tracy, a professor in the Department of Agronomy at UW-Madison; Kathy Cramer Walsh, an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at UW-Madison; and Adam Gamoran, a professor of Sociology and Educational Policy Studies at UW-Madison discuss the challenges of higher education.
The Shop Around the Corner -- James Stewart is a Budapest store clerk who finds himself feuding with his co-worker, Margaret Sullavan, only to unknowingly fall in love with her.
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Commander Frank "Spig" Wead was a pioneer aviator, renowned screenwriter (whose works included John Ford's They Were Expendable) and a man of war. The skies beckoned Spig to action; a crippling injury ultimately left him powerless to act, propelling him to discover the power of his pen. He was talented, driven, flawed, a friend of Ford and the subject of this compassionate biography. John Wayne plays Spig and Ford directs The Wings of Eagles, which also offers a fascinating glimpse into the ways and world of Ford: Ward Bond plays moviemaker John Dodge, a role modelled on Ford. Maureen O'Hara, Wayne's five-time co-star (including Ford's The Quiet Man), and Dan Dailey (of Ford's 1952 What Price Glory) play Spig's indomitable wife, Minnie, and cigar-chomping sidekick "Jughead" Carson.
The skies beckoned Spig to action; a crippling injury ultimately left him powerless to act, propelling him to discover the power of his pen.
A biography of Navy flier-turned-screenwriter Frank W. "Spig" Wead.
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