Boris Tutchenko - Rap do Skavurzka o HIT da banda larga!
Got no authority over my dog....Boris complains when I say "No"....cute cute cute
One of Jack Nicholsonâs earliest films, The Terror takes viewers on a trip by following a sensuous apparition (Sandra Knight) through an ancient castle with a suicidal Baron (Boris Karloff). Nicholson plays Lieutenant Duvalier alongside Karloff, the undisputed king of Hollywood horror. Add that the film is helmed by veteran horror director Roger Corman and all the necessary elements are present for a thrilling romp of fear and mystery. The story begins when Nicholson is disturbed by a the beautiful figure of Sandra Knight that keeps appearing before him. He eventually follows her to the Castle, hoping to unravel the conundrum. What he finds is a despondent and self-destructive Baron who is being tortured by a supernatural force! A prototypical Cormon chiller, The Terror delivers.
Chief Exterior Designer Boris Jakob is all about creativity. His latest project was the Opel Flextreme, the E-Flex concept unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Jakob’s dreams of car design began early when he was a child. Today he draws inspiration from a number of sources.
Chief Designer Boris Jacob spricht über den Opel GTC Konzept.
Boris Johnson visitis Chinatown on the Chinese New Year to promote his electoral campaign and chat to locals. He draws a big crowd and poses for pictures, chats to local shop owners and hands out leaflets.
Malkata mi plemenica se bori s 4orap4eto mi
"Boris" ran on CBS from 1973-78. The show starred Boris as Det. Boris Brakovic, a no-nonsense Russian-American cop at a tough New York precinct.
The show earned several Emmy awards, including one for Isaac Hayes brilliant theme song.
In the first season, Boris' real-life sister Blizzard played his partner Det. Karen Ruzzetti, but audiences at the time found the idea of a female detective too unbelievable. She was replaced in later seasons by Ray Martingold.
Veteran character actor Archibald Gleason joined the cast as Lt. McCafferty midway through the first season, after another actor dropped out due to allergies.
Boris and Blizzard were reunited in the 1981 made-for-TV movie "Boris: Tail Of A Killer", which is still shown occasionally on the USA Network.
Unfortunately the series is not yet available on DVD.
An entertaining blend of comedy and mystery, Doomed to Die stars the iconic Boris Karloff (Frankenstein) in a hilarious whodunit. In what would certainly be poor taste by today’s standards, Karloff appears as a stereotypical Asian man who’s a world renowned detective, Mr. Wong. Though the film alternates between being intentionally and unintentionally funny, Karloff is a joy to watch throughout, clearly enjoying the role. While trying to unravel the enigma of who killed a wealthy shipping magnate, Karloff sifts through many amusing characters and clues, utilizing goofy “secret” detective tricks along the way. Humorous because for its cast, dated racism, and ridiculous situations, Doomed to Die is an enjoyable good time.
Alone - music by Boris Potskov
Boris Johnson offers the change for the better that London desperately needs.
In this Party Election Broadcast, he talks about his plans to tackle the problems of crime & anti-social behaviour, create a more efficient transport system, protect our open spaces and offer value for money.
For a change for the better - vote Boris Johnson for Mayor of London & Conservative for the GLA on May 1st.
Visit http://www.backboris.com for more information.
The Power Of Intention - music by Boris Potskov
Bob Halloran with a cover of The Who's "Boris the Spider."
Boris Johnson calls Ken Livingstone a "chicken" because of his no-show at the NO2ID hustings event on 8th April.
Boris Kudryavtsev practiced the landscape painting just in the open air. In his works we see the nature near Moscow in its season changes , as well as autumn and spring landscapes of Sudak environs in Crimea. Maybe it is precisely the small size of his miniature pictures, that helped him in any weather conditions and in spite of time shortage to cope with rather complicated landscape painting tasks – to find the special moments of nature’s beauty in its color, light and form. Instead of brush, he always used mastichine and with it he developed his filigree original technique which transmits the nature's shapes and rhythms and eloquently speaks of the artist's highly inspired character. Boris Kudryavtsev stopped his landscape painting in 1991.