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"Camino Real" is a musical album of Buscemi.

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"Camino Real" is a 1953 play by Tennessee Williams. In the introduction to the Penguin edition of the play, Williams directs the reader to use the Anglicized pronunciation "Cá-mino Réal." The play takes its title from its setting, alluded to El Camino Real, a dead-end place in a Spanish-speaking town surrounded by desert with sporadic transportation to the outside world. It is described by Williams as "nothing more nor less than my conception of the time and the world I live in.

  • also known as "Camino Real. [A play]"


"Camino Real" a.k.a. "Ten Blocks on the Camino Real" is a 1966 drama film written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Jack Landau.


Camino Real is a 2000 theater production of the play by Tennessee Williams.

  • award: - Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Costume Design, Resident Production nomination for Murell Horton

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Google previewMoon Mexico City (2016)

by Julie Meade

Camino Real Mexico City $$$ One of the most original architectural concepts in Mexico City, the Ricardo Legorretadesigned Camino Real is a marvel of mid20thcentury design, from its pink sculptural wall at the entryway to the unique circular ...

Google previewThe Overland Monthly (1908)

The Camino Real is a State proposition, and it ...

Google previewColma BART Station AA, San Mateo County (1990)

Environmental Impact Statement

The area between the railroad ROW and El Camino Real is a mixture of commercial, institutional, light industrial and scattered residential uses. Institutional uses ...

Google previewEncinitas and Solana Beach Shoreline Protection Project (2005)

Environmental Impact Statement

El Camino Real is a local Street within the County running in a north-south direction with intersections at La Bajada, which is an extension of Encinitas Blvd; Linea Del Cielo, which is an extension of Lomas Santa Fe Drive; and Via De La Valle.

Google previewBART-San Francisco International Airport Extension (1996)

Environmental Impact Statement

El Camino Real is an important route and it should be lined with integrated uses and activity. Response. Figure 3.3-7 of the DEIR/Technical Appendix shows El Camino Real, which is currently an auto-oriented main arterial through South San ...

Google previewProgramming Theater History (2013)

The Actor's Workshop of San Francisco by Herbert Blau

Camino Real is a dream then, and a satire on dreams: the dream of escape, the dream of love, the dream of the “sweet-used-to-be,” our soap opera dreams and the pipe dreams on which we all subsist. Free and imaginative, Williams' play is a ...

Google previewThe Shorelands, Hayward, Alameda County, Regulatory Permit Application by the Shorelands Corporation (1987)

Environmental Impact Statement

El Camino Real is a major north-south arterial street serving all of San Mateo County. E. TRAFFIC, CIRCULATION AND PARKING (cont'd) Bay Meadows' public transportation III-E-57 III. ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING, IMPACTS AND ...

Google previewElia Kazan (1997)

A Life by Elia Kazan

Camino Real is an imperfect play, but it is beautiful, a love letter to the people Williams loved most, the romantics, those innocents who become victims in our business civilization. The central character, Kilroy, is a homeless mid-American boy ...

Google previewElementary Decision Theory (1959)

by Herman Chernoff, Lincoln E. Moses

El Camino Real is a major highway in California along which many communities are built. These communities cluster very closely to the highway and, in combination, resemble a community consisting of a long line. Suppose that a prospective ...

Google previewGleanings in Bee Culture (1922)

the country there are few crossroads and El Camino Real is an easily followed path up the state. It was on the first day of our trip that we saw a beautiful mirage. Across the level floor of the valley, far ahead of us and to the left, was a glimpse ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Mexican American Proverbs (1987)

by Mark Glazer

Nunca dejes camino real por vereda. l34 (H) . No dejes caminos por veredas, ni preguntes que no te importa. Translation or Interpretation: It is better to do what you are accustomed to doing than to take a different route. Context : A friend of ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Costa Rica (1991)

by Theodore S. Creedman

CAMINO REAL ("royal road" cf. English "the king's highway"). During Spanish colonial rule, a road maintained (in theory) at government expense, as opposed to a camino de tierra, a trail fit only for horsemen. The two principal "royal roads" in ...

Google previewThe New Hacker's Dictionary (1996)

by Eric S. Raymond

The road mundanely called El Camino Real, running along San Francisco peninsula. It originally extended all the way down to Mexico City; many portions of the old road are still intact. Navigation on the San Francisco peninsula is usually ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Panama (2014)

by Thomas M. Leonard

CAMINO REAL lation and executive orders that may impact private businesses. The CPCIA distributes economic, trade, and other statistics among its membership. Since 1983, the CPCIA has sponsored annual international trade ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Early Texas History (2014)

A Compendium of Texas Antiquity for the Inquisitive Mind by Stephen P. Biles

Bush “signed a bill designating The El Camino Real de los Tejas, of which the Old San Antonio Road is part, ...

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopedia of Extraordinary Automobiles (2009)

by Giles Chapman

The El Camino—short for El Camino Real, or Royal Highway, another name for America's Highway 101—was one of a trio of Cadillac show cars, together with the Cadillac LaEspada and Park Avenue. They were part of the 1954 Motorama, ...

Google previewThe Route 66 Encyclopedia (2012)

by Jim Hinckley, James Hinckley

However, in New Mexico, many of these were distinctly historic in nature, including the Santa Fe Trail and El Camino Real. This state also holds the distinction of having the most dramatic realignments of the highway in its history. In 1926 ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Mexico (1981)

by Donald C. Briggs, Marvin Alisky

CAMINO REAL. Camino Real (Royal Road) referred to any major road built by ...

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