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|Sixty years ago, however, it was primarily the music of rural, working-class whites living in the South and was perceived by many Americans as “hillbilly music.” In Smile When You Call Me a Hillbilly, Jeffrey J. Lange examines the 1940s ...|
|Have you ever seen a cockatoo—the white kind with the topknot—enraged by |
insult? The bird erects ... My host had written he should meet me at the station
and drive me to his ranch. This was all that ... II “WHEN YOU CALL ME THAT,
|Unruh's friends nicknamed him "Big Daddy" for his resemblance to the |
domineering father in Tennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof3 "When you
call me that, smile. I really don't care if someone wants to call me 'Big Daddy' or
|From “When you call me that, smile” on, it has kept proliferating till by now its bulk |
and intricacy are a considerable hazard to the horse opera that invented it, which
frequently has to interrupt the narrative to construe a statute, aware that it may ...
|But if I don't know you from a hole in the wall, and if I have reason to believe you |
should have known what you were doing when you bought the car, one perfectly
valid response to your telephone call is for me to smile and ask, “But tell me, are ...
|But they are quite subtle souls with all their child-like peculiarities; there is, in |
their acceptance of ridicule, a shrewd undercurrent suggestive of the "Virginian's"
now classic warning: "When you call me that, smile!" Hence a novel written not
Kim James - 2007 - 436 pages
|“OK Sékou you try” Jack gestured to the African that he should try to use his |
strength to break the door. Sékou gestured that he would not try to break the ... “I
feel like Gary Cooper in a western.” “When you call me that smile.” “The Virginian.
|Wister gave us one of the most-quoted passages of literature when his hero, |
having been called a son of a bitch, replied, "When you call me that, smile!" The
press spared no exaggeration to populate the West with living legends. Between
Robert Warshow - 2001 - 302 pages
|Like the hero of The Gunfighter, he no longer has to assert his character and is |
no longer interested in the drama of combat; it is hard to imagine that he might
once have been so youthful as to say, "When you call me that— smile!" In fact,
Paul Loukides, Linda K. Fuller - 1990 - 254 pages
|How do we know the laconic Virginian (1931)? Why through Trampas, the heavy, |
of course, as played by a glowering Walter Huston with whom a dramatic conflict
is foreshadowed when the Virginian coolly says "when you call me that, smile.