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This excerpt from Tom Sawyer, coming in the book’s second chapter shows Tom at his cunning, conniving best.
Charlie Chaplin would become the world’s biggest star, but the first emergence of the Little Tramp played second fiddle to…go-karts.
Patrick Doyle's childhood home was filled with singing, and the effects would be long lasting. Here the composer reflects on the words of one ...
He’s written scores for some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, but Patrick Doyle initially struggled with calling himself a “composer”.
Famed film composer Patrick Doyle’s musical talent wasn’t always appreciated by those around him.
From a very young age, composer Patrick Doyle loved to make music…and, apparently, instrument modifications.
Film composer Patrick Doyle's earliest childhood memories sound, well, like something out of a movie.
Woody Guthrie, with just a "dam" good song.
One of the most famous, and best-selling, marches of all time.
War of the Worlds…dj style.
Before he broke most of baseball’s records, Babe Ruth made this one… or so Russell Hunting would have you believe.