Zabriskie

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Zabriskie Point (film) - Reception
... publicity and controversy in North America throughout its production, Zabriskie Point was released in February 1970, almost four years after Antonioni began pre-production and over a year and a half ... The New York Times reviewer Vincent Canby called Zabriskie Point "a noble artistic impulse short-circuited in a foreign land." Moreover the counterculture audience MGM hoped to draw had by then ... Rolling Stone editor David Fricke wrote that "Zabriskie Point was one of the most extraordinary disasters in modern cinematic history." It was the only film Antonioni ever directed in the United States ...
Chris Zabriskie - Biography
... Chris Zabriskie got his musical start in a noise rock duo Struggleburger, but went solo unexpectedly at a show in 2001 when the other members of the band did not show up ... In 2007, Zabriskie recorded We Were Wrong under the name lo-fi is sci-fi with Marc Sirdoreus (better known as Marc with a C) ... single, "The Script You Wrote is Terrible," won praise for its simple presentation and Zabriskie's deadpan performance ...
Christian Brevoort Zabriskie
... Christian Brevoort Zabriskie (October 16, 1864 – February 8, 1936) was an American businessman and former vice president of Pacific Coast Borax Company ... Zabriskie Point on the northeasternmost flank of the Black Mountains east of Death Valley, located in Death Valley National Park is named after him ...
Christian Brevoort Zabriskie - Early Years
... Christian Brevoort Zabriskie was born at Fort Bridger in Wyoming Territory, where his father, Capt ... Zabriskie, was stationed ... The Zabriskie family descended from Albrycht Zaborowski (Albert Zabriskie), a Polish immigrant from Prussia, who settled in New Jersey in 1662 alongside a Dutch community ...
Seven Chimneys - History
... Seven Chimneys was built between 1745 and 1750 by Nicholas Zabriskie, and was part of a 500-acre (200 ha) farm ... For its first 158 years, Seven Chimneys remained part of the Zabriskie and extended Zabriskie family, claiming the Ackermans, Harings, and Van Emburghs as ...