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I'll be with you honey in honey suckle time.
(Chiacago : Will Rossiter, 1910, 1910)
My, what a funny little world this is.
(New York : Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1910, 1910)
Back among the fields of golden grain.
(New York : Hamilton S. Gordon, 1907, 1907)
Naughty! naughty! naughty!
(New York : Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., 1916., 1916)
Mast River during flood, 1978.
(Hartford, Connecticut : Church and Company, 1912., 1912)
Field Research camp, 1978.
Take off your hats to old Ireland.
(New York-Detroit : Jerome H. Remick, 1910, 1910)
Pudovkin, Kant and the Principle of Perceptual Coherence
In 1926 Vsevolod Pudovkin, while making his first feature film, articulated a precept crucial to understanding how powerful movies are made. He did so by assimilating unwittingly the core of Kant's principle of experiential ...
Maybe I'll come back.
(Chicago : Harold Rossiter, 1910, 1910)
Lord Byng (Canada welcomes you)
(Toronto : Leo. Feist, 1921, 1921)
(Chicago, Ill. : Harold Rossiter Music Co., 1910, 1910)
High on a windy hill.
(New York : Broadcast Music, Inc., 1941, 1941)
There are fairies at the bottom of our garden.
(New York : Chappel-Harms, Inc., 1917, 1917)
In a kitchenette
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1929., 1929)
If they'd only move old Ireland over here.
(New York : James Kendis Music Co., 1913, 1913)
The world is such a lonesome place.
(Kansas City MO : J. W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., 1925, 1925)
Where is my mama.
(New York : Songland Pub. Co., 1914, 1914)
'Cause I'm in love
(New York : Walter Donaldson Music Publishers, 1928., 1928)