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CINNA PAIYAN CINNA PONNAI TAMIL LOVE SONG
2 Jul 2010
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Dal Primo DVD de 'I Cartoni Dello Zecchino D'Oro'. Continuo con i video meno piacevoli, per motivi già citati. Sinceramente spero che stò cinno venga ricoverato in ospedale per 3 settimane, salvo complicazioni... e poi gli auguro PURE le complicazioni. Video e canzone son quel che sono. La madre somiglia moltissimo ad una versione umanizzata e racchia di Peg, la moglie di Pietro 'Gamba di legno' (con un pizzico di Brattina, la cinna stronza dei 'Cercafamiglia'). #31
20 Feb 2009
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Here I'm demonstrating the cinnamon bun, secured with Amish hairpins. My hair is about 48" long right now, so this is demonstrating how to put that much length into the cinna bun. The trick is to pin down each coil. Again, there's no audio, so don't worry when you don't hear any!
5 Oct 2009
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Spartacus is a 2004 television adaptation of the Howard Fast novel, made by USA Network Pictures and distributed by USA Cable Entertainment LLC and Universal Home Entertainment. It was directed by Robert Dornhelm and produced by Ted Kurdyla from a teleplay by Robert Schenkkan based on the novel by Howard Fast. The plot, setting, and costumes are nearly identical to those of the Stanley Kubrick 1960 version. However, this adaptation covers practically all the historical inaccuracies of the 1960 film (two of the more noticeable omissions being "I'm Spartacus!" and Spartacus' and his wife's reunion after the battle). The movie is shown as a story a woman narrates to her son, which are later revealed to be Spartacus' wife and son. A curious detail about the film is that Spartacus' son is born exactly at the moment Spartacus dies in battle. Goran Visnjic as Spartacus Alan Bates as Antonius Agrippa Angus Macfadyen as Marcus Crassus Rhona Mitra as Varinia Ian McNeice as Lentulus Batiatus Paul Kynman as Crixus James Frain as David Henry Simmons as Draba Ross Kemp as Cinna Ben Cross as Titus Glabrus, based of Gaius Claudius Glaber Niall Refoy as Publius Maximus, based on Publius Varinius George Calil as Pompey Magnus Richard Dillane as Julius Caesar Hope You Enjoy
20 Jan 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Time To Go' was the first ever commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1992. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Show Time' is the 2nd commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1992. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Dream' is the 4th commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1993. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Costume' is the 3rd in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1993. http://www.loosemoose.net We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Coconut' is the 7th in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1994. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Stuck' is the 8th commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1994. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Skateboard' is the 9th commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1995. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Unstuck' is the 10th commercial in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1995. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Criss Cross' was the 11th commercial in the 'Apple & Cinna-mon' campaign, Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1996. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Late For Work' was the 13th commercial in the Apple & Cinna-mon campaign. Directed by Ken Lidster and produced by Glenn Holberton of Loose Moose through Leo Burnett, Chicago in 1996. We originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard. http://www.loosemoose.net
10 Apr 2010
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Kellogg's Apple Jacks commercial 'Chase' is the 16th spot in the 'Apple and Cinna-mon' campaign and the 14th commercial Loose Moose have contributed to. Animation directed by Ange Palethorpe and Live Action by Peter Truckel. Loose Moose originated the characters in collaboration with agency creatives - Chris Julcher & Craig Barnard Chicago in 1997.
10 Apr 2010
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The clip nasty pranks from Love Wrecked (2005) Papaya must not agree with you. My music is commonly interpreted as existential but it's more of a steady reflection on the human deterioration... Excuse me, we're having a personal conversation. Oh, sorry. Didn't mean to interrupt. Anyway, you were saying? I was discovered at a mall in front of a Cinna-Bun. And this record promoter was there with his... kid. You got the... Did you see that? I know. Not a very clean girl. No? Absolutely no.
26 Oct 2011
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