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paleface

a derogatory term for a White person, said to have been used by North American Indians
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Titles such as Monsieur Beaucaire, My Favorite Brunette, and The Paleface, not to mention his Bing Crosby pictures like Road to Morocco and Road to Utopia, may not be all-time classics, but they can still make an audience laugh.
Tashlin penned the zeitgeist comedy "The Girl Can't Help It" and also wrote one of Bob Hope's biggest hits, "The Paleface," in 1948.
As Gooblar affirms in his introduction, "Alternating between inward and outward perspectives, between the willed extreme of a noble profession and the willed extreme of a sordid one, between paleface and redskin, Roth has made a career out of such shifts, and this study argues that this has been a defining characteristic of Roth's writing from its beginnings to the start of the present century" (2-3).
Then there is the baseless and derogatory story that I, a blue-eyed paleface, played the "race card" against, er, a brown-faced New Labour man of Pakistani heritage and of Muslim faith (as he never paLat tired of telling us).
In 1948, they won for "Buttons and Bows," written for the movie The Paleface.
Fard--"world-famous psychiatrist and the internationally Prize-winning author of Paleface and Ebony Mask"(175)--also evokes not only Nation of Islam founder Wallace Muhammad Fard but also the Nation's most controversial former member.
Spit: Hey paleface, I'm considerably richer than yow.
Instant dividends Perhaps the Athlone-based Paleface Sioux Syndicate should pool together for a lotto ticket this week.
These pictures were to be transcriptions for future generations that they might behold the Indian as nearly lifelike as possible as he moved about before he ever saw a paleface or knew there was anything human or in nature other than what he himself had seen.
Some of her most memorable parts include the The Paleface (1948) with Bob Hope and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) with Marilyn Monroe.
By that time she had become a box-office star by starring with Bob Hope in the 1948 hit comedy-Western The Paleface.