The Borgia Apocalypse: The Screenplay by Neil Jordan
By Neil Jordan
From Academy Award-winning screenwriter Neil Jordan comes THE BORGIA APOCALYPSE, the epic end to Showtime’s acclaimed television sequence THE BORGIAS, which was once cancelled after its 3rd season. enthusiasts left in need of extra can now learn the screenplay for the two-hour finale and notice how Jordan deliberate to deliver the kinfolk to a definitely apocalyptic finish.
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9 Frieda Barkin Hennock was born in Poland and came to this country as a child. After earning a law degree from Brooklyn Law School, she became a successful criminal lawyer in New York City. When President Truman appointed her to the FCC in 1948, she became the first woman ever to serve on what was then a seven-member body. During the critical four years of the FCC "freeze" from 1948 to 1952, when educators were pounding on the FCC doors for admission to the television medium, Hennock was the only commissioner willing to lend a receptive ear to their arguments.
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