Saturday, March 14, 2015

A Salute To Sam Goldwyn

Now, why would Cliffie's Notes take ANY INTEREST in a deceased film producer?
Listen up, ladies, and I'll tell you why...
Sam Goldwyn was not ALWAYS Sam Goldwyn.  Long ago and far away he was a little boy in Poland named Szmuel.  One day, at the age of ten or eleven, he decided he was going to go to America, and to get there he legged it all the way across Europe and hopped across the Channel to England.  Someone there decided to 'English' his name, and changed Szmuel Gelbfisz to...Samuel Goldfish. 
I crap you negative.
From there, he sailed to New York, and then he hiked all the way across the North American landmass to the Pacific, where they keep Hollywood.  From there he became a big name in motion pictures, working mostly with United Artists and RKO Radio Pictures. 
At some point in there he founded his own motion-picture company, combining his new last name with the name of a business associate to create the word "Goldwyn."   Later still, he decided it would be a good idea to change his name to match that of the company, and Szmuel Gelbfisz, who had already become Samuel Goldfish, now became Sam Goldwyn.
So I just want you to keep this in mind when you're thinking about concealment techniques, including false names.  There are many ways to do it and it's really limited only by your imagination.  Come up with any idea you want that gives the wrong impression to human onlookers.  If you can get a smile out of it along the way, that'll be the gravy on the icing.  WE'LL PROVIDE ALL THE FAKE DOCUMENTS YOU NEED.


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