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Stowaways (Return to Titanic)
Time Voyage: Volume 1 Title 1 of 4. Stowaways: Volume 2 Title 2 of 4. An Unsinkable Ship: Volume 3 Title 3 of 4. Overboard: Volume 4 Title 4 of 4.
There are 4 titles in this set. Time Voyage: Volume 1 by Steve Brezenoff. Stowaways: Volume 2 by Steve Brezenoff.
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Lexile Level. Early Intervention Level. Edgar Hoover , who turned the bureau into his own personal fiefdom as he used his investigators to dig up dirt on his political enemies while trying to cover up his gay relationship with lawyer Clyde Tolson Armie Hammer. Danny is a real character part for DiCaprio, and for his performance he earned his third Academy Award nomination. For his performance as Hughes, he earned his second Academy Award nomination.
The Stowaway Craze | The New Yorker
This was a daring role to take on for DiCaprio, whose brilliant underplaying said to Hollywood that this is an actor to be reckoned with. As evil plantation owner Monsieur Calvin J. Candie, DiCaprio just personifies Southern decadence, from his brocade vest to his elaborate cigarette holder and is having a blast playing a villain. Posing as various people including a Pan Am airline pilot , Frank Jr. The two pursue each other in a cat-and-mouse game that is just delightful. DiCaprio manages the tricky feat of being convincing as Jack Dawson, a penniless stowaway to passing as a first-class passenger complete with formal wear.