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“Kaiser's most significant plays, although written several years earlier, had been premiered in quick succession, among them Die Bürger von Calais (1914), Von”
“At the end, a female Maria catches a male Captain Von Trapp in her arms in a reversal of a classic movie trope.”
“The most abstract interpretation is of Edelweiss, sung by Captain Von Trapp (Christopher Plummer) in the film to honor his homeland, Austria, which is being taken over by Nazis; here, two men, one in white, one with a Nazi armband, engage in a Chaplin-esque tussle over the former's hat on a park bench.”
“Plummer is probably best known to audiences as the widower Captain Von Trapp in the hit 1965 musical movie The Sound of Music opposite Julie Andrews.”
“Ryan 'as in "Von Ryan's Express" He looks fast enough to be an Express load.”
“Von is a fine man with a great family who cowboys, hunts, and create works of art using leather.”
“Update, 5/25: "Somehow, the sadism and icy alienation, which can seem contrived and manipulative in Von Trier's tragedies, feels perfectly natural when set in an absurd corporate world," notes Nerve's Bilge Ebiri.”
“On that pretext, Dunbar was forced to stand against a wall in Von Scherbach's office and stay awake after having not slept for the past couple of days as he was transported to the POW camp.”
“Note 9: Abraham Gottlob Werner, "Erklärungen der äußern Kennzeichen der Foßilien: Die Farbe," in Von den äußerlichen Kennzeichen der Foßilien, abgefaßt von Abraham Gottlob Werner, der Bergwerks-Wissenschaften und Rechte beflißenen, auch der Leipziger öconomischen Gesellschaft Ehren-Mitglied (Leipzig, 1774), 87 – 137. back”
“With the Nazi threat looming, Captain Von Trapp is offered a commission, and cannot refuse it outright.”
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