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  • To them, the Romantic Hero was no longer the knight, the wandering poet, the cowpuncher, the aviator, nor the brave young district attorney, but the great sales-manager, who had an Analysis of Merchandizing Problems on his glass-topped desk, whose title of nobility was "Go-getter," and who devoted himself and all his young samurai to the cosmic purpose of Selling—not of selling anything in particular, for or to anybody in particular, but pure Selling.

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  • Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, is considered a classic film — one of the few Japanese films to become widely known in the west. It is the story of seven samurai who help to defend a farming village from bandits.
  • I also drew costumes of the samurai tradition of Japan, where we’d gone with Mr. McElroy after we left China.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now

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