3 edition of The remarkable Mr Hill found in the catalog.
The remarkable Mr Hill
R. H. Rodger
|Statement||Robin H. Rodger.|
|Contributions||Hill, David Octavius, 1802-1870., Perth Museum and Art Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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The Remarkable Mr Hill: David Octavius Hill, RSA, 20th May th May Robin H. Rodger, David Octavius Hill Perth Museum and Art Gallery, - Art, Scottish - 56 pages.
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If Mr. King tries and fails, he tries again to make things right. This is Mr. Hill's second foray in the world of book publishing, and he is continuing the remarkable trend set by his collection Little Lost Things. He's definitely a talent worth your time. He's definitely a /5(15).
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Directed by Henry Levin. With Clifton Webb, Edmund Gwenn, George Winslow, Frances Dee. Snobby TV star (Clifton Webb) worries that he is out of touch with the younger generation and that's why his TV show is failing.
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Kipps or Kipps, depending on how you might see it listed, is a wonderful feel-good soap for both men and women of all ages. With Gary Cooper like simplicity, Michael Redgrave gives a Mr. Deeds-like performance as a young man who suddenly inherits a sizeable amount of money. MRS. KENNEDY AND ME By Clint Hill with Lisa McCubbin Simon & Schuster, $26 pages.
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