August 20 1960 for 6 weeks
January 13 1962 for 6 weeks
March 17 1962 for 9 weeks (last week tied)
December 29 1962 for 1 week
January 5 1963 for 2 weeks
Refers to the three huge shadows over Maughams life, his father, his uncle, the writer W. Somerset Maugham and his homosexuality.
3rd studio album and last album with the original lineup. 1969
Director: Pete Walker. Also starred Desi Arnaz Jr., John Carradine & Sheila Keith. Plot: An American writer goes to a remote Welsh manor on a $20,000 bet: can he write a classic novel like "Wuthering Heights" in twenty-four hours...
Director: Tom Forman. Also starred John St Polis. Walter Long & Buddy Messinger. Plot: A dying Chinese man converts to Christianity in order to stop a friend from being blackmailed.
2008. Ghost-written by Andrew Neiderman after her death.
1986. Started by Andrews, finished by Andrew Neiderman after her death.
2005 Ghost-written by Andrew Neiderman after her death
2006. Ghost-written by Andrew Neiderman after her death
1938; screenplay by Jacques Prévert
1916, oil on canvas; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The second book in the Sevenwaters Trilogy. Won the 2001 Aurealis Award.
Piano works by Sorensen, Dalbavie, Lutoslawski and Kurtag; EMI, 2009
Director: Edwin Carewe. Also starred Kenneth Keating, William Bailey & Bigelow Cooper
Copper Canyon Press, 2005
Written by Cole Porter for the 1932 stage musical 'Gay Divorce' and the 1934 film version 'Gay Divorcee'. Fred Astaire starred in both productions and had a #1 hit with this song.
1966; peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in the Rolling Stone magazine's "Greatest Songs of All Time"
1935; #1 on the Billboard chart; highest ranked version
1960; instrumental hit; #1 in the U.K. for 5 weeks; did not chart highly in the U.S.
1962; instrumental hit in the U.K., lasting 8 weeks as #1; did not make the Billboard Hot 100
1970; deep track gem written by Duster Bennett
American lecturer, essayist, philosopher, poet and leader of the Transcendentalist movement