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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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That year she made her most successful film, a loan to Paramount for The Paleface.
Long, long ago, before the Paleface had passed over the great lake in his giant ship to visit the Redskins, my grandfather Areskoueh took the form of a yellow wolf.
This was an update of the old Apollonian-Dionysian distinction, applied to American literature: Walt Whitman was a Redskin, Henry James was a Paleface.
From a national perspective, for instance, a consideration of Meek's poem and its cultural visibility challenges conventional notions of a literary flowering of the 1850s as taking place predominantly within the philosophical orbit of American transcendentalism; and, at the very least, in the dimension of epic poetry of the era, it certainly forces us out of the convenient 1855 juxtaposition of Longfellow versus Whitman as genteel versus subversive, paleface versus redskin, conventional versus avant garde, and the like.
At his highest level the paleface moves in an exquisite moral atmosphere, at his lowest he is genteel, snobbish, and pedantic.
WHO: Tribute to actor Bob Hope WHEN: Thursday, July 31 beginning at 7:10 AM ET/PT WHAT: AMC will air: 7:10 AM BOB HOPE: THE ROAD TO THE TOP 8:10 AM HOW TO COMMIT MARRIAGE (1969) 10:05 AM PARIS HOLIDAY (1957) 12:15 PM ROAD TO BALI (1953) 2:10 PM THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS (1955) 4:05 PM SON OF PALEFACE (1952) 6:05 PM THE PRIVATE NAVY OF SGT.
The Big Green Annual 2013 is available from Paleface Publications, 30 Thistlebarrow Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH7 7AL It costs PS26.
Then there is the baseless and derogatory story that I, a blue-eyed paLat paleface, played the "race card" against, er, a brown-faced New Labour man of Pakistani heritage and of Muslim faith (as he never tired of telling us).
If you were at home and needed to avoid it, there was Bob Hope in Son of Paleface on the other side.
Russell starred in a number of hit movies, including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, with Marilyn Monroe, and The Paleface and Son of Paleface, with Bob Hope.
In 1943, she married American football star Bob Waterfield and went on to star in the 1948 comedywestern The Paleface with Bob Hope who years later she remembered as the best kisser in Hollywood.
When it was finally shown in 1943 she was confirmed as a star and went on to appear in such films as Young Widow; Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, with Marilyn Monroe; and The Paleface.