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jumping like a ninja..better watch yo self
13 May 2007
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A dynamic and sensational performer in film, Charlie Chaplin was a pioneer of comedy in filmmaking, leaving an important and lasting influence. Kid Auto Races in Venice is a precious piece of Chaplin’s history, as it was the first time he ever appeared in his now iconic “Tramp” costume. The short comedy is flush with Chaplin’s charm, as he plays a dunderheaded tramp that continually interrupts the making of a movie. This meta-filmmaking was extremely innovative. Guided by one of the greatest film producers in history, Mack Sennett, this picture marks the birth of Charlie Chaplin as a pillar of cinema.
16 Mar 2008
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A Funny or Die spoof of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo starring Emma Roberts and Joe Manganiello.
14 Dec 2011
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Us doing some random tricks and stunts on the tramp!
27 Sep 2006
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Ronnie the tramp dancing the can can in a park in exmouth for his dinner
26 Dec 2006
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Chaplin was also one of the most creative and influential personalities in the silent film era. He acted in, directed, scripted, produced, and eventually scored his own films. His working life in entertainment spanned over 65 years, from the Victorian stage and music hall in England as a child performer, almost until his death at the age of eighty-eight. Chaplin's high-profile public and private life encompassed highs and lows with both adulation and controversy.His principal character was "The Tramp" (known as "Charlot" in France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal and Turkey). "The Tramp" is a vagrant with the refined manners and dignity of a gentleman. The character wears a tight coat, over sized trousers and shoes, a derby, carries a bamboo cane, and has a signature toothbrush mustache.
10 Aug 2007
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Porcelain and the Tramps - My Leftovers AMV Mainly dedicated to Yuna and Tidus from FFX
22 Aug 2007
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The dead dog jump on the south coast of england world class riders from the tramp team mixing it up to heavy music.. See to beleave
30 Jan 2009
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Written and arranged by me. I would encourage any viewers out there to use my lyrics to compose their own version of my song and post as a video reply!! ==== == Lyrics: She comes out the ghetto without any friends Rolls to the Mall in her Mercedes Benz Side to side pony tails and smackin' gum Cut off shorts, black and white pumps She turns around and drops to bend down And what do you see trying to fight its way out Start at the clamp Ride the flap to the crack Discover the prize down on the back The Tramp Stamp (I love tramp stamps) Nice colors and contrast because there's no tan Can't tell what it is, you can only see half Is it an angel or Disney cartoon? Heart with thorns? Sun and a moon? Pull down those jeans, 'cause I wanna see That rainbow and butterfly flapping its wings Start at the clamp Ride the flap to the crack Discover the prize down on the back The Tramp Stamp (I love tramp stamps) She might be shy or not bashful at all With a sign like that there's no need to talk A message to you and your buddies too Let's have fun, easy for you Skip dinner and drinks, no need for cash Just give her the time and see the other half. Start at the clamp Ride the flap to the crack Discover the prize down on the back The Tramp Stamp (I love tramp stamps) (And so do you)==
5 Jan 2009
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Directed And Written By Charles Chaplin / Clyde Bruckman. Starring: Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Edna Purviance. Charlie Chaplin's first starring role in a feature film was also written and directed by the star himself and took a whole year to make. The Tramp (Chaplin) discovers an abandoned baby and eventually adopts it as his own. Years later, the mother has become famous and begins looking for her son. The Tramp and The Kid (Jackie Coogan) live in the tenements and manage to enjoy their poor but happy life together. Circumstances arise that bring the mother and our duo together for a touching finale.
17 Nov 2009
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Some nice jumps off the tramp Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Jan 2010
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Aunque en esta canción Dylan se refiere a una mujer, el mensaje puede aplicar igualmente a cualquier hombre. Talvez a estos mismos hombres y mujeres que jugaron con la economía mundial llevándola a la recesión y ruina en la que nos encontramos actualmente. Puntualmente la canción parece hablar de la división de clases sociales. La mujer de la cual Dylan habla pertenece a la clase alta, habiendo ido a la mejor de las escuelas, saliendo con diplomáticos, y haciendo y recibiendo regalos caros con sus conocidos. Por otro lado Dylan habla del vago misterioso y de Napoleón en harapos. Algún evento ha causado la caída estrepitosa de esta Miss Lonely y ahora tiene que vivir la vida de esos que a diario luchan por un plato de comida. The song seems to be about class divisions. The woman addressed by the singer is upper class, having gone to the finest schools, socialized with diplomats, etc. On the other hand, we have the tramp and Napoleon in rags. Some event has caused the woman to fall from grace, and to have joined the ranks of the poor, the ones who search everyday for their next meal.
7 Jul 2010
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Christina Rossetti - Goblin Market - Read by Kate Reading Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti (1830-1894) Part 2 One day remembering her kernel-stone She set it by a wall that faced the south; Dewed it with tears, hoped for a root, Watched for a waxing shoot, But there came none; It never saw the sun, It never felt the trickling moisture run: While with sunk eyes and faded mouth She dreamed of melons, as a traveller sees False waves in desert drouth With shade of leaf-crowned trees, And burns the thirstier in the sandful breeze. She no more swept the house, Tended the fowls or cows, Fetched honey, kneaded cakes of wheat, Brought water from the brook: But sat down listless in the chimney-nook And would not eat. Tender Lizzie could not bear To watch her sister's cankerous care Yet not to share. She night and morning Caught the goblins' cry: 'Come buy our orchard fruits, Come buy, come buy:'— Beside the brook, along the glen, She heard the tramp of goblin men, The voice and stir Poor Laura could not hear; Longed to buy fruit to comfort her, But feared to pay too dear. She thought of Jeanie in her grave, Who should have been a bride; But who for joys brides hope to have Fell sick and died In her gay prime, In earliest Winter time With the first glazing rime, With the first snow-fall of crisp Winter time. Till Laura dwindling Seemed knocking at Death's door: Then Lizzie weighed no more Better and worse; But put a silver penny in her purse, Kissed Laura, crossed the heath with clumps of furze At twilight, halted by the brook: And for the first time in her life Began to listen and look. Laughed every goblin When they spied her peeping: Came towards her hobbling, Flying, running, leaping, Puffing and blowing, Chuckling, clapping, crowing, Clucking and gobbling, Mopping and mowing, Full of airs and graces, Pulling wry faces, Demure grimaces, Cat-like and rat-like, Ratel- and wombat-like, Snail-paced in a hurry, Parrot-voiced and whistler, Helter skelter, hurry skurry, Chattering like magpies, Fluttering like pigeons, Gliding like fishes,— Hugged her and kissed her: Squeezed and caressed her: Stretched up their dishes, Panniers, and plates: 'Look at our apples Russet and dun, Bob at our cherries, Bite at our peaches, Citrons and dates, Grapes for the asking, Pears red with basking Out in the sun, Plums on their twigs; Pluck them and suck them, Pomegranates, figs.'— 'Good folk,' said Lizzie, Mindful of Jeanie: 'Give me much and many:'— Held out her apron, Tossed them her penny. 'Nay, take a seat with us, Honour and eat with us,' They answered grinning: 'Our feast is but beginning. Night yet is early, Warm and dew-pearly, Wakeful and starry: Such fruits as these No man can carry; Half their bloom would fly, Half their dew would dry, Half their flavour would pass by. Sit down and feast with us, Be welcome guest with us, Cheer you and rest with us.'— 'Thank you,' said Lizzie: 'But one waits At home alone for me: So without further parleying, If you will not sell me any Of your fruits though much and many, Give me back my silver penny I tossed you for a fee.'— They began to scratch their pates, No longer wagging, purring, But visibly demurring, Grunting and snarling. One called her proud, Cross-grained, uncivil; Their tones waxed loud, Their looks were evil. Lashing their tails They trod and hustled her, Elbowed and jostled her, Clawed with their nails, Barking, mewing, hissing, mocking, Tore her gown and soiled her stocking, Twitched her hair out by the roots, Stamped upon her tender feet, Held her hands and squeezed their fruits Against her mouth to make her eat. White and golden Lizzie stood, Like a lily in a flood,— Like a rock of blue-veined stone Lashed by tides obstreperously,— Like a beacon left alone In a hoary roaring sea, Sending up a golden fire,— Like a fruit-crowned orange-tree White with blossoms honey-sweet Sore beset by wasp and bee,— Like a royal virgin town Topped with gilded dome and spire Close beleaguered by a fleet Mad to tug her standard down. One may lead a horse to water, Twenty cannot make him drink. Though the goblins cuffed and caught her, Coaxed and fought her, Bullied and besought her, Scratched her, pinched her black as ink, Kicked and knocked her, Mauled and mocked her, Lizzie uttered not a word; Would not open lip from lip Lest they should cram a mouthful in: But laughed in heart to feel the drip Of juice that syrupped all her face, And lodged in dimples of her chin, And streaked her neck which quaked like curd. At last the evil people, Worn out by her resistance, Flung back her penny, kicked their fruit Along whichever road they took, Not leaving root or stone or shoot; Some writhed into the ground, Some dived into the brook With ring and ripple, Some scudded on the gale without a sound, Some vanished in the distance. In a smart, ache, tingle, Lizzie went her way; Knew not was it night or day; Sprang up the bank, tore thro' the furze, Threaded copse and dingle, And heard her penny jingle Bouncing in her purse,— Its bounce was music to her ear. She ran and ran As if she feared some goblin man Dogged her with gibe or curse Or something worse: But not one goblin skurried after, Nor was she pricked by fear; The kind heart made her windy-paced That urged her home quite out of breath with haste And inward laughter. She cried 'Laura,' up the garden, 'Did you miss me? Come and kiss me. Never mind my bruises, Hug me, kiss me, suck my juices Squeezed from goblin fruits for you, Goblin pulp and goblin dew. Eat me, drink me, love me; Laura, make much of me: For your sake I have braved the glen And had to do with goblin merchant men.' Laura started from her chair, Flung her arms up in the air, Clutched her hair: 'Lizzie, Lizzie, have you tasted For my sake the fruit forbidden? Must your light like mine be hidden, Your young life like mine be wasted, Undone in mine undoing, And ruined in my ruin, Thirsty, cankered, goblin-ridden?'— She clung about her sister, Kissed and kissed and kissed her: Tears once again Refreshed her shrunken eyes, Dropping like rain After long sultry drouth; Shaking with aguish fear, and pain, She kissed and kissed her with a hungry mouth. Her lips began to scorch, That juice was wormwood to her tongue, She loathed the feast: Writhing as one possessed she leaped and sung, Rent all her robe, and wrung Her hands in lamentable haste, And beat her breast. Her locks streamed like the torch Borne by a racer at full speed, Or like the mane of horses in their flight, Or like an eagle when she stems the light Straight toward the sun, Or like a caged thing freed, Or like a flying flag when armies run. Swift fire spread through her veins, knocked at her heart, Met the fire smouldering there And overbore its lesser flame; She gorged on bitterness without a name: Ah! fool, to choose such part Of soul-consuming care! Sense failed in the mortal strife: Like the watch-tower of a town Which an earthquake shatters down, Like a lightning-stricken mast, Like a wind-uprooted tree Spun about, Like a foam-topped waterspout Cast down headlong in the sea, She fell at last; Pleasure past and anguish past, Is it death or is it life? Life out of death. That night long Lizzie watched by her, Counted her pulse's flagging stir, Felt for her breath, Held water to her lips, and cooled her face With tears and fanning leaves: But when the first birds chirped about their eaves, And early reapers plodded to the place Of golden sheaves, And dew-wet grass Bowed in the morning winds so brisk to pass, And new buds with new day Opened of cup-like lilies on the stream, Laura awoke as from a dream, Laughed in the innocent old way, Hugged Lizzie but not twice or thrice; Her gleaming locks showed not one thread of grey, Her breath was sweet as May And light danced in her eyes. Days, weeks, months, years Afterwards, when both were wives With children of their own; Their mother-hearts beset with fears, Their lives bound up in tender lives; Laura would call the little ones And tell them of her early prime, Those pleasant days long gone Of not-returning time: Would talk about the haunted glen, The wicked, quaint fruit-merchant men, Their fruits like honey to the throat But poison in the blood; (Men sell not such in any town:) Would tell them how her sister stood In deadly peril to do her good, And win the fiery antidote: Then joining hands to little hands Would bid them cling together, 'For there is no friend like a sister In calm or stormy weather; To cheer one on the tedious way, To fetch one if one goes astray, To lift one if one totters down, To strengthen whilst one stands.'
22 Sep 2011
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I have always wanted to do something with this song. Here are the list of movies in order of appearance: 1. The Little Mermaid 2. Snow White 3. The Iron Giant 4. Aladdin 5. Super Mario Sunshine 6. Sonic Adventure 2: Battle 7. Spyro: A Hero's Tail 8. Tarzan 9. Space Chimps 10. Sleeping Beauty 11. The Great Muppet Caper 12. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 13. Pokémon: The First Movie 14. Hercules 15. Monsters vs Aliens 16. The Smurfs Movie 17. Beauty and the Beast 18. 101 Dalmatians 19. Donkey Kong Country Returns 20. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith 21. Once Upon a Forest 22. The Rescuers 23. The Hunchback of Notre Dame 24. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 25. The Incredibles 26. Kung Fu Panda 27. Elmo in Grouchland 28. Shrek 29. All Dogs Go To Heaven 30. Pokémon 3 31. Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 32. Ice Age 33. The Lion King 34. Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein 35. Mulan 36. The Jungle Book 37. Super Mario RPG 38. The Rescuers Down Under 39. The Muppet Movie 40. Toy Story 41. Fern Gully 42. Corpse Bride 43. Digimon 44. Cats Don't Dance 45. Archie's Weird Mysteries 46. Oliver And Company 47. Muppets From Space 48. Lady and the Tramp 49. Digimon: The Movie 50. Madagascar 51. Planet of The Apes 52. Cinderella 53. Avatar 54. The Outsiders 55. The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle 56. Pocahontas 57. Over The Hedge 58. Volcano 59. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 60. Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit 61. Toy Story 2 62. Shark Tale 63. Finding Nemo 64. Ice Age: The Meltdown 65. Super Mario Galaxy 66. Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 67. Metroid Prime 68. Powerpuff Girls Movie 69. The Simpsons Movie 70. Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 71. Bambi 72. A Christmas Story 73. Canadian Bacon 74. The Princess and the Frog 75. The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea I own absolutely nothing. Dragonforce owns the song, All other movies and video games belong to Disney, Warner Bros, FOX, Nintendo, SEGA, Vivendi Universal Games, Dreamworks, Jim Henson Studios, MGM, Universal Studios, etc.
30 Oct 2011
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Another of me playing the fine Compton pipe organ installed at the Plaza cinema in Stockport. This time im playing the jazzy number 'He's a tramp' from the Walt Disney classic 'The lady and the tramp'. Im not a cinema organist by any means (my instrument being the church organ) but it was wonderful to have the opportunity to play this wonderful instrument. NOTE: this is purely my interest in order to make sure that these fine organs are archived forever and I do not make any monetary profit by this video being on metacafe. For more information on the John Compton Organ Company Ltd and to see me play other Compton organs, please click on the following link for my site dedicated to the John Compton Organ Company Ltd: http://comptonorgans.yolasite.com/
9 Dec 2011
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Twilight, Lady and the Tramp, Harold and Kumar
8 Feb 2012
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