Blood Ties

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Blood Ties: The Life And Work Of Sally Mann
... Blood Ties The Life and Work of Sally Mann is a 1994 short documentary film directed by Steven Cantor and Peter Spirer ... Blood Ties was released in New York City and Los Angeles on March 4, 1994 as part of the program Oscar Shorts 1993 ...
Blood Ties - Other
... Blood Tie by Mary Lee Settle, 1978 winner of the National Book Award for Fiction ... Blood Ties (novel), a 2008 children's novel written by Sophie McKenzie ...
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Tom Taylor (writer) - Biography
... Taylor is currently the writer of Star Wars Blood Ties with artist Chris Scalf, and Star Wars Invasion, an ongoing series for Dark Horse Comics with illustrator Colin Wilson ... April 2012 saw the start of Taylor and Scalf's new Blood Ties series provocatively titled Boba Fett is Dead as reported by CNN ... Star Wars Blood Ties won the 2012 'Stan Lee Excelsior Award' as voted for by thousands of school students across the UK, and Star Wars Invasion #0 was nominated for a 'Dia ...

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