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  • Now, Walter Chow see above is right that The Sandpiper is a pretty awful movie, made even more awful by its attempt to portray Liz as a "hippie" in total designer "hippie" clothing, while Richard Burton as a stuffy Episcopal priest is just ridiculous, plus - as Walter points up - WTF was the guy doing cheating on Eva Marie-Saint in the first place?

    October 2009

  • After hearing about the project, a music publisher contacted my producer Ernie Altschuler with a new song by Johnny Mandel called “The Shadow of Your Smile,” from a film called The Sandpiper.

    The Good Life

  • It's a Bishop-like gambit — take "Sandpiper," portraying the bird as oblivious to the larger forces surrounding it, but also, by focusing our attention on the bird, leaving us just a little oblivious to the theme of the poem.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • "Sandpiper" how the bird's activities take on anthromorphic qualities.

    Strange Affinities: A Partial Return to Wordsworthian Poetics After Modernism

  • "Sandpiper," which recalls Bryant's "Water-Fowl" in its successful rendering of the spirit and atmosphere of the scene, and the distinctness with which the lone bird, flitting along the beach, is brought before the mind.

    Birds and Poets : with Other Papers

  • Heather Templeton, a junior at the 1,200-student college, worked as one of two staffers on the "Sandpiper" in 2008, the year it was discontinued.

    Fore, right!

  • "Sandpiper" in 2008, the year it was discontinued.

    The Shad Plank

  • Marine Room and the Sandpiper were the only places to have entertainment. "

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Top Stories

  • The article points out: "After three months of debate and conflict over the book, the board announced Monday that "Sandpiper" would remain on school library shelves because of U.S.

    E. Lockhart's Blog:

  • He became part of the early days of television, arranging for Sid Caesar's "Your Show of Shows," and won an Academy Award in 1966 for "The Shadow of Your Smile," his song for the film "The Sandpiper."

    Dizzy's Hosts Two Heroes

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