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Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in  Leave Her to Heave...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Images courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in  Leave Her to Heave...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Images courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in  Leave Her to Heave...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. Ellen Berent (Gene Tierney) in the abortion sequence in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Images courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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Ellen in riding gear as she prepares to spread her father’s ashes in  Leave...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 2. Ellen in riding gear as she prepares to spread her father’s ashes in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Image courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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“Ellen always wins”: having bested her competition in a swimming race, Elle...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 3. “Ellen always wins”: having bested her competition in a swimming race, Ellen emerges triumphant in her bathing costume in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Image courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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A pregnant Ellen disapprovingly surveys her family’s surprise conversion of...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 4. A pregnant Ellen disapprovingly surveys her family’s surprise conversion of her late father’s laboratory into a baby’s playroom in Leave Her to Heaven (dir. John M. Stahl), 1945. Image courtesy Twentieth Century-Fox. More
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An exhibition hall at the first Consumer Electronics Show, held in 1967. CT...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. An exhibition hall at the first Consumer Electronics Show, held in 1967. CTA promotional photo. More
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A press reception at CES 2016. Photo by the author.
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 2. A press reception at CES 2016. Photo by the author. More
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The OhMiBod booth at CES 2016. Photo by the author.
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 3. The OhMiBod booth at CES 2016. Photo by the author. More
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Ad for The Kates show at the Improv Chicago, October 2017. This image was u...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. Ad for The Kates show at the Improv Chicago, October 2017. This image was used across their social media platforms. More
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Graph created from February 3, 2015,  Bitch  magazine data breaking down fi...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 2. Graph created from February 3, 2015, Bitch magazine data breaking down findings by year and booking type. Headliners perform last and get paid the most, followed by featured comics, who perform before the headliner. The MC opens the show and generally gets paid the least. More
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The three spaces in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where Broad Comedy has take...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 3. The three spaces in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where Broad Comedy has taken place, and the three founders of the show: the author performing at Pizza M in 2016, Lisa Graff performing at Blackbird Bar in 2019, and Andrew Schiver performing at the Rose Bowl Tavern in 2020. Since the autho... More
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A typical image of the Clark Bar open mic in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Th...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 5. A typical image of the Clark Bar open mic in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. These open mics were held Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 10:30 p.m. Shown is the author’s former roommate Andrea Ruehlicke performing in 2017. Ruehlicke was vigorously encouraged by the author to try stand-up be... More
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The original space where Broad Comedy was held in 2016, in the back of a po...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 6. The original space where Broad Comedy was held in 2016, in the back of a popular pizza place in Urbana that has since closed. We held these open mics once or twice a month on Tuesdays at 6 pm. More
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Pachuca Vocalist #3 (Candice L. Silva), at right, faces away from the legs ...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 1. Pachuca Vocalist #3 (Candice L. Silva), at right, faces away from the legs of her fellow Pachuca Vocalists (Anacani Echeverria and Bertha E. Oropeza) while Rudy Reyna (Tony Plana) drunkenly converses with a recruitment poster in Zoot Suit (dir. Luis Valdez), 1981. Image courtesy Univer... More
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El Pachuco (Edward James Olmos) is carried away by servicemen while the aud...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 2. El Pachuco (Edward James Olmos) is carried away by servicemen while the audience watches in Zoot Suit (dir. Luis Valdez), 1981. Images courtesy Universal Pictures. More
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Esperanza Montoya (Vira Montes) boards the streetcar and looks for a seat i...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 3. Esperanza Montoya (Vira Montes) boards the streetcar and looks for a seat in American Me (dir. Edward James Olmos), 1992. Images courtesy Universal Pictures. More
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Pedro (Sal Lopez) and Acha (Robert Martín Márquez) after they have been bea...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 4. Pedro (Sal Lopez) and Acha (Robert Martín Márquez) after they have been beaten in American Me (dir. Edward James Olmos), 1992; notice Pedro’s outstretched arm bearing his new tattoo with Esperanza’s name. This blocking of the actors recalls an infamous archival photo of the actual even... More
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Esperanza Montoya in a flashforward to 1959 in  American Me  (dir. Edward J...
Published: 20 October 2020
FIGURE 5. Esperanza Montoya in a flashforward to 1959 in American Me (dir. Edward James Olmos), 1992. Image courtesy Universal Pictures. More