[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Last Exit to Brooklyn By Hubert Selby, Jr.
What does LETB stand for?
LETB stands for Last Exit to Brooklyn (movie)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
We have 1 other meaning of LETB in our Acronym Attic
- Lancaster Employment and Training Agency (Pennsylvania)
- Law Enforcement Thermographers Association
- Law Enforcement Training Academy (various locations)
- Learning and Enrichment Travel Alliance (Canada)
- Louisiana Educational Television Authority (Baton Rouge, LA)
- Longview East Texas Amateur Radio Club
- Ladies European Tour Access Series (golf)
- Law Enforcement and Traffic Adjudication System (Philippines)
- Leeds, Trinity and All Saints (UK)
- Local Enterprise Technical Assistance Scheme (Singapore)
- Low Exposure Total Body Irradiator
- Labor Employment and Training Corporation (United Auto Workers)
- Laramie Energy Technology Center
- Law Enforcement Technical Collection (US DHS)
- Law Enforcement Training Consultants (Philadelphia, PA)
- Library Education and Training Committee (Princeton University Library)
- Literature Evangelism Training Center
- Logistics Education & Training Centre (Vilnius, Lithuania)
- Little Elephant Training Centre for Early Education (Zambia)
- Law Enforcement Training Division (division of KRM Information Services, Inc.; Eau Claire, WI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
After shooting to fame in Hairspray, she took on numerous other roles in films including Working Girl, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Where the Day Takes You, Serial Mom and an uncredited part in the film version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Showing only at Cineworld Broad Street, the opening street riot scene from 1967 is quite extraordinary, setting a standard which Last Exit to Brooklyn director Uli Edel can't live up to.
ACCLAIMED director Uli Edel delivers a controversial modern classic with Last Exit to Brooklyn available now as a two-disc special edition from Metrodome.
As the man whose film debut was the controversial bleak sleaze and drugs drama Christiane F and who went on to make the harrowing adaptation of Last Exit to Brooklyn and Madonna's erotic thriller turkey Body of Evidence, his is not a name you'd immediately use in the same sentence as 'family entertainment'.
But unlike, say, Last Exit to Brooklyn, The Willow Tree is more explicit in considering the redemptive potential of love and forgiveness.
1968: The controversial American sex novel Last Exit To Brooklyn can be published in Britain after an Old Bailey jury decides it isn't obscene.