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New-York Historical Society Oct 26
“Inhale the witching influence of the air, and begin to grow imaginative, to dream dreams, and see apparitions.” originally wrote this to introduce “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” 🎃 Read about our sculpture:
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Curtis Armstrong Mar 30
Happy Anniversary, sestras. I am watching the entire show again, right now, for the third time. This show and the complete works of Washington Irving are the main things getting me through a troubled patch.
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Justice Seeker ☮️ Dec 25
is a season for kindling the fire for hospitality in the hall, the genial flame of charity in the heart. Enjoy the season, and don’t forget to help others enjoy, as well.
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Paul Matthew Carr Oct 28
Check it out! A fantastic guest post from the fabulous on "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" You will be entertained.
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Brian Jay Jones Nov 5
I was at an event this evening where I was introduced to the historian of the US State Department who knew me as “the biographer of Ambassador Irving.” I nearly threw my arms around her in a delighted bear hug.
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Twilight Zone Vortex Oct 29
Illustrations by David Levine for Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” (Macmillan, 1963). The story originally appeared in The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. (1820).
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New-York Historical Society Oct 21
What is the origin of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"? Nearly 200 years after it was first published in 1820, 's story is still a classic. Discover the headless history behind the legend:
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Curtis Armstrong 3 Apr 18
All best wishes to the birthday boy from one of his biggest fans!
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Irvington Theater Oct 19
It’s opening night for the musical - two chances this weekend and 3 again next weekend. Get tickets on our website and come celebrate the 200th anniversary of this story.
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Curtis Armstrong Mar 3
THIS excites me! Not just because I like to see my favorite underrated author celebrated, but also because I’ve been asked to take part in the celebration!
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Mike Rome (Austin R) Oct 10
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Casper Van Dien Jul 15
Sleepy Hollow - 1999 My hourse was “Sam” aka Black Beauty timburton_ @ Shepperton Studios
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Mike Rome (Austin R) 11 Oct 18
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Leila Rosen 3 Apr 18
On the birthday of , here's a great instance of literary criticism by Eli Siegel on the large meaning of Irving's "The Stout Gentleman":
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bookversusmovie Oct 29
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Casper Van Dien Jul 17
I loved Riding “Sam” in timburton_ ‘s Sleepy Hollow yagherfx stevedentstunts @…
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Leila Rosen Apr 3
Born in 1783, the important writer . I loved reading Eli Siegel's essay about Irving's wonderful story "The Stout Gentleman."
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Halloween Haiku Jun 28
July 8 is Regular for and for 1st Annual Sleepy Hollow Intl Film Festival @SHIFF2019 2019 marks 200th anniversary of 's “The Legend of
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Tina Speechley Apr 3
Happy birthday my dear "Uncle" Wash! 236 years looks good on you. Can't wait for your house to be in bloom again. I hope you enjoyed our school children singing you Happy birthday this morning!💜💜💜
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