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  • Le Paletot Brun Part 1 Born in 1817, the Creole of Color Victor Séjour left his native New Orleans to pursue a literary career in France. Today, he is best known for his short story, "Le Mulâtre," a blistering attack on racism, but in the nine*** century, he was considered one of the most successful dramatists of the French theater. His one-act play, Le Paletot brun, was published in 1859. Part two of the play can be found HERE. Part three can be found here: Le Paletot brun Directed by Natasha Sebeyran Filmed by Eric Ball Anna, played by Pauline Turpin La Comtesse, played by Lydie Decouvelaère Le Baron, played by Tyler Gardner Music: Beautiful Memories, by Pawel Blaszczak, Lynne Publishing, Neo Sounds. A special thanks to Eric Ball, Dana Kress, Laurence Sebeyran, Centenary College of Louisiana, and Marjorie Lyons Playhouse. This project was made possible with the support of the Consulat Général de France à La Nouvelle-Orléans.
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  • Von Humboldt Picnic In the footprints of the explorers and fantasizers, the Mardi Gras.bb caravan swings from the top of the world right into the beating heart of darkness. Doctor Wenz -- in a beige Paletot, with a tropic topee and a tsetse-veil, optionally high on camel and/or elephant -- sways his neck with the step of the animal. Camera Obscura. Behind, on a manila rope, the group of explorers: In the ivory shadow of the referent Krug: The band. Followed by James Fenimore Cooper, Jules Verne, Karl May, Herman Melville, Jack London (as the ambassador of modern fiction), Da Gama, Columbus, Magellan, (the frostbitten) Scott and Amundsen, Hedin, Marco Polo, Lindbergh and Heyerdahl. ...everyone is here by choice.
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  • Le Paletot Brun Part 3 Born in 1817, the Creole of Color Victor Séjour left his native New Orleans to pursue a literary career in France. Today, he is best known for his short story, "Le Mulâtre," a blistering attack on racism, but in the nine*** century, he was considered one of the most successful dramatists of the French theater. His one-act play, Le Paletot brun, was published in 1859. Part one of the play can be found here: Part two can be found here: Le Paletot brun Directed by Natasha Sebeyran Filmed by Eric Ball Anna, played by Pauline Turpin La Comtesse, played by Lydie Decouvelaère Le Baron, played by Tyler Gardner Music: Beautiful Memories, by Pawel Blaszczak, Lynne Publishing, Neo Sounds. A special thanks to Eric Ball, Dana Kress, Laurence Sebeyran, Centenary College of Louisiana, and Marjorie Lyons Playhouse. This project was made possible with the support of the Consulat Général de France à La Nouvelle-Orléans.
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  • 20th Anniversary of the Collapse of Berlin Wall This short film is my greeting to all our German friends in You Tube. In Poland, in Czech Republic, in Lithuania, Hungary, Latvija, Romania and in all of Europe not only the Eastern or Central part of it we are joined in our joy and happy memories. The regained freedom is the greatest gift given to our generation. God Bless all who contributed to that great work. NOTE: The recordings in this clip are: 1.Jessie Crawford, Organ Russian Lullaby (fragment), Victor 1927 2.Meier-Foxtrott (Immer Lustiig, immer froh wie der Mops im Paletot) (Always Glad, Always Happy Like A Pug In An Overcoat) Paul Godwin Tanz-Orchester, Gesang: Erwin Hartung, Grammophon 1932
  • Le Paletot Brun Part 2 Born in 1817, the Creole of Color Victor Séjour left his native New Orleans to pursue a literary career in France. Today, he is best known for his short story, "Le Mulâtre," a blistering attack on racism, but in the nine*** century, he was considered one of the most successful dramatists of the French theater. His one-act play, Le Paletot brun, was published in 1859. Part one of the play can be found here: Part three can be found here: Le Paletot brun Directed by Natasha Sebeyran Filmed by Eric Ball Anna, played by Pauline Turpin La Comtesse, played by Lydie Decouvelaère Le Baron, played by Tyler Gardner Music: Beautiful Memories, by Pawel Blaszczak, Lynne Publishing, Neo Sounds. A special thanks to Eric Ball, Dana Kress, Laurence Sebeyran, Centenary College of Louisiana, and Marjorie Lyons Playhouse. This project was made possible with the support of the Consulat Général de France à La Nouvelle-Orléans.