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The following is a special version of epsiode 2.2 which includes a few additional features. These features are: *Clearer sound (compared to other youtube versions) *Synched audio *A disclaimer regarding the Japanese Link and Zelda Scene (The "too hot for youtube" scene that got the episode flagged and removed by some random n00b last time) *An additional bonus scene. Originally a cameo for a friend's MK Parody in Newgrounds done in 2006(Re-realeased as "Mortal Kombat: Redone!" in NG). If you wish to see the episode in it's original form, GO TO NEWGROUNDS! Cast: Victor Fiori-Green SpikeDaPenguin-Red Martin Kemp-Blue Mario Simic-Purple NOTE: The Japanese dialogue is from LoZ Sound & drama (IT'S NOT NARUTO FOR GOD'S SAKE!). The full audio drama with a translated script can be found here: http://zeldapower.com/index.php/features/articles/sound_and_drama_-_the_script.php Originally I didn't want to include this link because it would ruin the Japanese gag at the end, but I want to avoid misunderstandings and prevent this episode from being removed again. :/ enjoy.
4 Oct 2008
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Ep.3 "Send in the clones" part 2 Visit Newgrounds,Flashportal and Phrozenflame to see these flash animations in their original form. Cast Green Link-Hadouken_dude (me) Red Link-SpikeDaPenguin Blue Link-Martin Kemp Purple Link,Vaati-Mario Simic Alfon(Link's Uncle)-Jon Houser Princess Zelda-KagomeHigurashi aka Rina-Chan(NG voice actress) Adam Goode-Postman This flash is notable for being SpikeDaPenguin's last performance as Red Link since he's busy with other projects at the moment. He will always be welcomed to reprise his role once he returns. Episode 4 is now on Newgrounds and Phrozenflame. http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/388606 http://www.phrozenflame.com/flashclip/1082 Update 07/30: Apparenly episode 4 has been banned by flashportal.com. Outraged? Send them your complaints here: http://www.flashportal.com/contact.php *
21 Dec 2008
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Ep.1 "The Adventure Begins". This is for the people who want to watch the series here, yet I don't understand why since I get more views on newgrounds, flashportal and phrozenflame. But if you people insist on it so much,at least tell me why. Cast: Green-Hadouken_dude (Me) Red-SpikeDaPenguin Blue-Martin Kemp Purple-Mario Simic The following episodes will be uploaded soon
8 Oct 2008
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***Questions about episode 6's release date WILL NOT be answered, so don't bother asking. I prefer to keep it as a surprise. Impatient users who bring this up will be blocked immediately. Patience is all I'm asking for here.*** The Separated Links Update 08/08: Video annotations are now available for this whole episode. This includes trivia and more speech bubbles for the people who can't make out some of the text in the original flash. Here's the continuation of episode 5 I'm posting the episode here for the viewers who prefer youtube's shitty quality. it you want to see it in its original form, GO TO NEWGROUNDS! http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/437622 Cast Green-- Victor Fiori Red--Richard Fincher Blue--Martin Kemp Purple--Mario Simic Zelda--Rina-chan Uncle--Alfon Jon Houser Running Man--Warchamp7 Chris H.-- Hylian-Mafia, Cap guy
21 Dec 2008
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Wham! - Last Christmas video. "Last Christmas" is a song by British pop duo Wham!, released on Epic Records in 1984, on a double A-side with "Everything She Wants". It was written by George Michael, one half of the duo. Wham! had been a dominant force in the UK Singles Chart in 1984 and news that they were planning a Christmas single meant that a battle for the coveted Christmas #1 spot in the UK seemed set to be between Wham! and the year's other big act, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, who had achieved a third #1 in early December with "The Power of Love". However, the Band Aid project, helmed by Bob Geldof, produced the #1 single. Wham!'s offering peaked at #2 for much of the period, although George's involvement in Band Aid meant that Wham! still had an input. Wham! subsequently topped the monies raised by Band Aid by donating all of their "Last Christmas/Everything She Wants" royalties to the Ethiopian famine appeal. "Last Christmas" did make #1 in various other countries. The single sold well over a million copies and became the biggest selling single in UK chart history not to reach #1. A year later, it was re-issued for Christmas again (this time without a billed flip-side) and got to #6. A second re-issue at Christmas 1986 - by which time Wham! had split - stalled outside the top 40. The song gradually sold in Japan, and finally became the best-selling single that did not reach that country's top-10 chart, selling more than 600,000 copies and peaking on the chart at #12 in 1992. Since 1997, the song enters the German Singlecharts every year and peaked at #4 in 2007. In the airplay charts the songs enters every year the Top 5. In 2007, the track re-entered the UK Top 20 and hit the UK iTunes Top 10. Due to obvious similarities between "Last Christmas" and the song "Can't Smile Without You" as popularised by Barry Manilow, an out of court settlement was reached in which the first year's royalties were donated to the one-year-old "Band Aid" charity. The video to "Last Christmas" saw George and partner Andrew Ridgeley accompanying girlfriends to see friends at their home in an unspecified ski resort, although the cable-car that can be seen in two shots is from Saas-Fee, Switzerland. It became clear early on, however, that Andrew's girlfriend had previously been in a relationship with George, and it was to her character the song was aimed. The video also featured the duo's erstwhile backing singers Pepsi and Shirlie and Spandau Ballet bassist Martin Kemp, the boyfriend and future husband of Shirlie Holliman.
4 Jan 2009
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Pepsi & Shirlie were once Wham`s backing singers that went on to have their own hits. Shirley (blonde) is still married to Martin Kemp (Spandau Ballet) after all these years! This was from the "Royal Variety".
7 Sep 2009
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Band Aid was a British and Irish charity supergroup, founded in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia by releasing the record "Do They Know It's Christmas?" for the Christmas market that year. The single surpassed the hopes of the producers to become the Christmas number one on that release. The record was released on November 29, 1984, and went straight to No. 1 in the UK singles chart, outselling all the other records in the chart put together. It became the fastest- selling single of all time in the UK, selling a million copies in the first week alone. It stayed at No. 1 for five weeks, selling over three million copies and becoming easily the biggest-selling single of all time in the UK. Song Lyrics: It's Christmas time There's no need to be afraid At Christmas time We let in light and we banish shade And in our world of plenty We can spread a smile of joy Throw your arms around the world At Christmas time But say a prayer Pray for the other ones At Christmas time it's hard But when you're having fun There's a world outside your window And it's a world of dread and fear Where the only water flowing Is the bitter sting of tears And the Christmas bells that ring there Are the clanging chimes of doom Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you And there won't be snow in Africa This Christmas time The greatest gift they'll get this year is life Where nothing ever grows No rain nor rivers flow Do they know it's Christmas time at all? BRIDGE: (Here's to you) raise a glass for everyone (Here's to them) underneath that burning sun Do they know it's Christmas time at all? END: Feed the world Feed the world Feed the world Let them know it's Christmas time again Feed the world Let them know it's Christmas time again The original Band Aid ensemble consisted of (in sleeve order): Linda Ronstadt Adam Clayton (U2) Phil Collins (Genesis) Bob Geldof (The Boomtown Rats) Steve Norman (Spandau Ballet) Chris Cross (Ultravox) John Taylor (Duran Duran) Paul Young Tony Hadley Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17) Simon Le Bon (Duran Duran) Simon Crowe Marilyn Keren Woodward (Bananarama) Martin Kemp (Spandau Ballet) Jody Watley (Shalamar) Bono (U2) Paul Weller (The Style Council, and previously The Jam) James "J.T." Taylor (Kool & The Gang) George Michael (Wham!) Midge Ure (Ultravox) Martyn Ware (Heaven 17) John Keeble (Spandau Ballet) Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet) Roger Taylor (Duran Duran) Sara Dallin (Bananarama) Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama) Sting (The Police) Pete Briquette (The Boomtown Rats) Francis Rossi (Status Quo) Robert 'Kool' Bell (Kool & the Gang) Dennis Thomas (Kool & the Gang) Andy Taylor (Duran Duran) Jon Moss (Culture Club, former member of Adam and the Ants) Rick Parfitt (Status Quo) Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran) Johnny Fingers (The Boomtown Rats) David Bowie (who contributed via a recording that was mailed to Geldof and then dubbed onto the single) Boy George (Culture Club) Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) Paul McCartney (Wings and The Beatles, who contributed via a recording that was mailed to Geldof and then dubbed onto the single) Stuart Adamson (Big Country) Bruce Watson (Big Country) Tony Butler (Big Country) Mark Brzezicki (Big Country)
9 Dec 2009
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Martin Kemp, Gary Kemp, Danny Dyer, Billy Murray, colin salmon and steven berkoff all star in this blockbuster about the second coming.
7 Jul 2010
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"Last Christmas" is a song by British pop duo Wham!, released on Epic Records in 1984, on a double A-side with "Everything She Wants". It was written by George Michael, one half of the duo. The single sold well over a million copies and became the biggest selling single in UK chart history not to reach #1. A year later, it was re-issued for Christmas again (this time without a billed flip-side) and got to #6. A second re-issue at Christmas 1986 - by which time Wham! had split - stalled outside the top 40 The video to "Last Christmas" saw George and partner Andrew Ridgeley accompanying girlfriends to see friends at their home in an unspecified ski resort, although the cable-car that can be seen in two shots is from Saas-Fee, Switzerland. It became clear early on, however, that Andrew's girlfriend had previously been in a relationship with George, and it was to her character the song was aimed. The video also featured the duo's erstwhile backing singers Pepsi and Shirlie and Spandau Ballet bassist Martin Kemp, the boyfriend and future husband of Shirlie Holliman
19 Sep 2010
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In 2007 Johnathan Sothcott founded the independent production company Black & Blue Films with Martin Kemp. In Summer 2007 they made the short film Karma Magnet starring Gary Kemp, Adele Silva and Catherine Siggins, which Martin Kemp directed. In early 2009 actor/producer Billy Murray joined the board. Black and Blue Films has since been behind the productions of a remake of video nasty 'Expose' starring Jane March and Colin Salmon and film industry spoof 'Just For The Record' starring Danny Dyer, Sean Pertwee and Victoria Silvestdt. It is said that Dyer based his 'Just For The Record' character, film producer Derek Le Fage, on Sothcott. In the second half of 2009, the company started two more ambitious projects - vampires versus gangsters caper 'Dead Cert' and free-running zombie apocalypse blockbuster 'Devil's Playground.' Sothcott is noted for reusing a regular company of actors in many of his films including Danny Dyer, Craig Fairbrass, Lisa McAllister, Steven Berkoff, Phil Davis, Sean Pertwee and Colin Salmon.
16 Nov 2010
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The band was formed in 1966 with the original line up featuring two lead vocalists: Keith (Budgie) Radford and Brian Johnson. Before long Keith left and the band adopted the four piece line-up that, despite personnel changes on all instruments, would endure (other than for a three month period in 1973 when it expanded to a five piece). Throughout the various incarnations it was only Brian's vocals that gave the band a thread of continuity. With John Brown on bass, Trevor Mee on lead guitar and Kenny Rickard (no relation to Steve) on drums Pebbles played the local venues around the Upminster & Romford area. In 1967 they regularly appeared on the university circuit alongside bands such as Wainwright's Gentlemen (later Sweet ) and The Brian Auger Trinity . Guitarist Adrian Baker took over on lead guitar in 1968 and Pebbles released two singles with EMI: Peter The Painter Man and C'mon Marrianne. They also covered The Proud One long before the Osmonds topped the charts in the 1970s. The band was always kept busy and toured with Dave Dee, Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich and The Flirtations . With Adrian 's ear for harmonies complementing his formal musical background the band acquired a distinct tight vocal sound. In 1969 Roy Morgan joined on drums and became the driving force not only on stage but also on the management side. He immediately arranged for the Barry Collings agency to represent the band. Pebbles began touring extensively throughout the UK and soon became recognized as Britain 's No 1 vocal harmony group. The band became regulars on Radio 1 and Radio 2 where they provided the live recordings needed on a daily basis. They released three records all of which were penned by the prolific songwriting duo Ken Howard & Alan Blaikley. The first single, Stand Up and be Counted , charted in Australia and New Zealand but, along with the two follow ups Goodnight Ma (don't turn the light on) and First Time Loving, made little impact back in the UK despite having extensive airplay on Radio Luxemboug and the pirate station Radio Caroline. By the end of 1971 the music scene was very different to when Pebbles had started out. It was the beginning of the glam rock period and it signaled the need for a major change in the band's style. That change came about when Brian and Roy joined forces with Joe Ryan & Martin Kemp from Finian's Rainbow. The band held on to the name Pebbles but the sound developed a distinctively punchier style. In the summer of 1972 Brian and Martin (under the name Mark & John ) provided the vocals on a Howard/Blaikley composition entitled This One's For You . The number was recorded at Advision studios in London with a 53 piece orchestra and was released on Jonathon King's UK label. Although it was played extensively on Radio North Sea International' (one of the last pirate stations) it failed to make the UK charts and was not followed up. Pebbles continued to tour and to record the BBC sessions but failed to secure a recording contract during this period. After a two week club performance in Switzerland it was time for another change. Kenny Rickard filled in on drums for a few weeks until the arrival, from Cornwall , of Clive Jury. This line up never worked out and top local drummer Steve Rickard soon took over. During the following year the band spent three months working on the Wheatley Taverns' circuit of music venues in and around London. Chris Weakes was recruited on keyboards and the band settled into a residency at Crackers nightclub in the West End of London. When the residency ended Pebbles returned to its traditional four piece line up and went back on the road until September 1973 when the band split up.
1 Jul 2011
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Band Aid was a British and Irish charity supergroup, founded in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for famine relief in Ethiopia by releasing the record "Do They Know It's Christmas?" for the Christmas market that year. The single surpassed the hopes of the producers to become the Christmas number one on that release. Two subsequent re-recordings of the song to raise further money for charity also topped the charts. The original was produced by Midge Ure. The 12" version was mixed by Trevor Horn. Participants The original Band Aid ensemble consisted of (in sleeve order): Linda Ronstadt Adam Clayton (U2) Phil Collins (Genesis) Bob Geldof (The Boomtown Rats) Steve Norman (Spandau Ballet) Chris Cross (Ultravox) John Taylor (Duran Duran) Paul Young Tony Hadley Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17) Simon Le Bon (Duran Duran) Simon Crowe Marilyn Keren Woodward (Bananarama) Martin Kemp (Spandau Ballet) Jody Watley (Shalamar) Bono (U2) Paul Weller (The Style Council, and previously The Jam) James "J.T." Taylor (Kool & The Gang) George Michael (Wham!) Midge Ure (Ultravox) Martyn Ware (Heaven 17) John Keeble (Spandau Ballet) Gary Kemp (Spandau Ballet) Roger Taylor (Duran Duran) Sara Dallin (Bananarama) Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama) Sting (The Police) Pete Briquette (The Boomtown Rats) Francis Rossi (Status Quo) Robert 'Kool' Bell (Kool & the Gang) Dennis Thomas (Kool & the Gang) Andy Taylor (Duran Duran) Jon Moss (Culture Club, former member of Adam and the Ants) Rick Parfitt (Status Quo) Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran) Johnny Fingers (The Boomtown Rats) David Bowie (who contributed via a recording that was mailed to Geldof and then dubbed onto the single) Boy George (Culture Club) Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes to Hollywood) Paul McCartney (Wings and The Beatles, who contributed via a recording that was mailed to Geldof and then dubbed onto the single) Stuart Adamson (Big Country) Bruce Watson (Big Country) Tony Butler (Big Country) Mark Brzezicki (Big Country) The sleeve artist, Peter Blake, was also credited on the sleeve.
24 Nov 2011
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders For the past decade there's been bitter rivalry between Ian Beale and Phil Mitchell. Here's a preview to a 45 minute special for BBC Three, which delves deep into Ian and Phil's past. Is the feud between these two men about to have fatal consequences...? Narrated by Martin Kemp, featuring exclusive back stage access, and contributions from Adam Woodyatt, Perry Fenwick, Cliff Parisi, Hannah Waterman and former Series Consultant Tony Jordan this programme traces the key events that have turned Ian Beale and Phil Mitchell into life long enemies.
14 Jul 2012
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Trailer for the noir thriller JACK FALLS starring Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Olivia Hallinan, Dexter Fletcher, Jason Flemyng, Alan Ford, Adam Deacon, Doug Bradley, Zach Galligan and Martin Kemp. Directed by Alexander Williams and Paul Tanter due for release in the fall of 2010.
14 Apr 2013
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Martin Kemp is werewolf Mickey, accidentally killed in a strip joint by one of the dancers. Despite the club owner's efforts to hide the body, news of the death reaches evil pack leader Jack Ferris, played by former EastEnder Billy Murray. The girls have until the next full moon before the baying wolf pack return to seek a bloody revenge.
8 Aug 2013
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It's Christmas time And there's no need to be afraid At Christmas time We let in love and we banish shade And in our world of plenty You can spread a smile of joy Throw your arms around the world At Christmas time But say a prayer - pray for the other ones At Christmas time it's hard But when you're having fun There's a world outside your window And it's a world of dread and fear Where the only water flowing Is the bitter sting of tears And the Christmas bells that ring there Are the clanging chimes of doom Well, tonight thank God it's them Instead of you And there won't be snow in Africa This Christmas time The greatest gift they'll get this year is life Oooh, where nothing ever grows No rain no rivers flow Do they know it's Christmas time at all Here's to you , raise a glass for everyone Here's to them , underneath that burning sun Do they know it's Christmas time at all Feed the world Let them know it's Christmas time again (Phil Collins Bob Geldof Steve Norman Chris Cros John Taylor Paul Young Tony Hadley Glenn Gregory Simon Le Bon Simon Crowe Keren Woodward Martin Kemp Jody Watley Bono Adam Clayton Paul Weller James Taylor George Michael Midge Ure Martyn Ware John Keeble Gary Kemp Roger Taylor Sarah Dallin Siobhan Fahey Sting Pete Briquette Francis Rossi Robert Bell Dennis Thomas Andy Taylor Jon Moss Rick Parfitt Nick Rhodes Johnny Fingers David Bowie Boy George Holly Johnson Paul Mcartney Stuart Adamson Bruce Watson Tony Butler Mark Brzezicki)
28 Dec 2013
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