Re: It was 17 years ago today...
- To Louise: We love you and care about you. You maybe gone, but
DEFINITELY not forgotten!!!
--- In thenewcovenoflouisebrooks@y..., dasimperator <no_reply@y...>
> Louise Brooks died of a heart attack during the night of August8th,
> Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 23:31:59 -0700
> From: thomas gladysz <thomasg@p...>
> Subject: Anniversaries, film screenings, etc....
> Louise Brooks died of a heart attack during the night of August
> She was seventy-eight years old. This year marks the seventeenth
> anniversary of her passing. Why not watch a film or video or DVD
> SCREENINGS OF LOUISE BROOKS FILMS IN THE UNITED STATES
> "Pandora's Box" will be shown in Chicago at the Gateway Theatre
> W. Lawrence Avenue) on Friday, August 9 at 8:00 pm. There will belive
> organ accompaniment by Dennis Scott. For details seeAugust
> The Walter Read Theater at Lincoln Center (at W. 65th St.) in New
> York City will be screening "Diary of a Lost Girl" on Saturday,
> 10 at 9 pm. The screening will feature live musical accompanimentby
> Donald Sosin.And
> The Cleveland Institute of Art's Cinematheque will show "Diary of a
> Lost Girl" on Saturday, August 24 at 9:30 pm.
> Lingua - a three-member band consisting of musicians Dan Bode
> (harmonica), Al Moses (guitar), and Rick Kodramaz (bass) -- will
> perform a new musical score. More info can be found at
> LOUISE BROOKS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY
> In August of 2002, the Louise Brooks Society
> (http://www.pandorasbox.com) celebrates its seventh year online.
> sometime this month, the website will also enjoy its 750,000thpopular
> Begun in 1995, the LBS has grown to become the largest, most
> and most comprehensive website devoted to any silent film star. (Itis
> also one of the oldest silent film websites on the internet.) Thesite
> now contains more than 200 pages of material, and serves as home toAt
> the Louise Brooks Society - the world's first "virtual fan club."
> last count, its approximately 1100 members hail from 43 countrieson
> six continents.the
> In its seven year history, the LBS has been recommended by the
> Encyclopedia Brittanica's "Brittanica Internet Guide," featured on
> Microsoft Network's "One Click Away," as well as being named an USADay,
> Today Hot Site, Open Directory Cool Site, Celebrity Site of the
> Hollywood Site of the Week, and Yahoo "Desert Island Pick." Andjust
> last month, in an
> article about Louise Brooks, the Stuttgarter Zeitung newspaper in
> referred to the LBS website as "exemplary." [ See
> http://www.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/stz/page/detail.php/218213 ]
> And as always, new material is added on an on-going basis. Look for
> more material in the coming