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"There was a time, about 20 years ago, when Madison Square Garden roared so loud, opposing teams feared entering the "Mecca of Basketball." That's because it was home to the Knicks, the most physical and flagrantly aggressive team of their era. They were always looking for a fight. They fought opposing players. They fought opposing coaches. Hell, they fought each other. As a result, the NBA had to alter its rules because of this team. As the decade...
Trent's Last Case (1913) is a detective novel by E.C. Bentley. Adapted three times for the cinema-including a 1952 feature film starring Michael Wilding, Orson Welles, and Margaret Lockwood-Trent's Last Case, which was titled The Woman in Black in the U.S., earned the acclaim of such writers as Dorothy L. Sayers, and was followed by a sequel and a collection of short stories involving its main character. When Sigsbee Manderson, a prominent American...
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