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Pamela Anderson recently went through a big fashion malfunction amongst the presence of media persons and fans. Her boob slipped out of her dress on the runway during Vivian Westwood's Fall/ Winter 2009/2010 Fashion Show in Paris. Pamela was one of the models for Westwood's new collection. Looking shocked after her dress fell open both Pamela and Vivian take it all in good sport and laugh about the incident. This mishap certainly adds fuel to the fire! We must say we love how you do this so naturally ..oops or maybe you don't.
19 Jan 2010
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song hye kyo in bra adv - vivian
7 Dec 2006
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Viviane Castro danced without tapasexo at the Sambodromo in Rio for the carnival 2008. Please add this video, because it brings me higher at the search results. haha!
15 Nov 2008
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First of the group, girl next door turned sex bomb on stage. 21 year old Vivian, who dreams of jetting around the globe, is a fashion obsessed ...
4 Aug 2007
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Artist: Vivian Hsu (徐若瑄) Title Song: Hao Yan Lei, Huai Yan Lei (Good Tears, Bad Tears (好眼泪坏眼泪) With English Translation & Pinyin Subtitles Many thanks to Jancie Chiang for the translation!!
11 Oct 2008
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Gisele Bundchen and her husband Tom Brady have reportedly welcomed their second child into the world.
7 Dec 2012
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Vintage Ladies Professional Wrestling. Visit: *******www.ProWW**** . Mildred Burke imported girls from around the world, and here we see Mexican pros as well as Lena Blair and Lola Kiss from England battling in Millie’s Gym in 10 classic professional women's wrestling matches. Also featured is Vivian Vachon, who has trouble against Millie’s girls in some very rare footage. These matches were transferred from silent Super 8mm film shot 30 to 40 years ago and now have been digitalized. The action is fierce and at times a little dirty. Walk backwards into time with these vintage matches. Vintage Ladies Professional Wrestling. Visit: *******www.ProWW****
28 Mar 2012
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Dirección: Pavel Giroud. Países: Cuba y España. Año: 2006. Duración: 90 min. Género: Drama. Interpretación: Mercedes Sampietro (Violeta), Iván Carreira (Samuel), Susana Tejera (Alicia), Carla Paneca (Nuria), Esther Cardoso (el televisor), Claudia Valdés (niña), José Ángel Egido (don Ramón). Guión: Arturo Infante. Producción: Camilo Vives, Jaume Roures y Delfina Catalá. Música: Ulises Hernández. Fotografía: Luis Najmías Jr. Montaje: Lester Hamlet. Dirección artística: Vivian del Valle. Estreno en España: 28 Diciembre 2007. SINOPSIS En La Habana de 1958 una familia compuesta por Alicia y su hijo Samuel, de diez años, regresa una vez más, después del último fracaso amoroso de la joven e insegura madre, a la casa de Violeta, la abuela materna del niño. Allí se encuentran con el rechazo de la maniática señora y muy pocos deseos de compartir su privacidad. Entre las contradicciones de madre y abuela, el niño trata de adaptarse, pero en esta ocasión comienzan a emerger las necesidades de su edad, transformando a Samuel, que pasa de la sumisión a una rebeldía que marcará para siempre su vida.
30 Dec 2011
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Sinopsis: A través de la fantasía la suerte se le presenta a un joven inconforme con su realidad, le propone cambiar su vida material y espiritual por la de otros más favorecidos económicamente. La aceptación o no de este nuevo rol pone en juego sus valores y sentimientos. Incluye el cuento La Encomienda Año: 2007 Duración: 80 min aprox País: Cuba / Color Género: Comedia Idioma: Español Formato: avi Dirección: Tony Lechuga Actores: Emmanuel Correa, Yaneisi Martín, Rolando Chiong Rivero, Michel Labarta Rigel González,Valia Valdés, Félix Beatón, Yanelis Mora,Tulio Martín,Lucia Chiong Rolando Chiong Esteves, Ana Vivian Mora, Orlando Sánchez (Landy).
28 Dec 2011
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SNTV - Gisele Bundchen Introduces Daughter Vivian
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Histoire du kuduro The roots of Kuduro can be traced to the late 80's when producers in Luanda, Angola started mixing African percussion samples with simple Calypso and Soca beats to create a style of music then known as "Batida". European and American electronic music had begun appearing at the largest open-air market in all of Africa, Roque Santeiro market, which attracted Angolan musicians and inspired them to incorporate their own musical styles.[3] An Angolan MC, Sebem, began toasting over the this and is thus credited with starting the genre. [4] The name itself is a word with a specific meaning to location in the Kimbundu language, which is native to the northern portion of Angola. It has a double meaning in that it also translates to "hard ass" or "stiff bottom" in Portuguese, which is the official language of Angola. Kuduro is also a type of dance where, typically (like Ragga, some forms of hiphop, and other afro-based musics) the female dancer protrudes her bottom and swings it sensuously to the rhythm of the hard-hitting Kuduro beat. As for the males, they pop-lock, breakdance and also move sensual. The kuduro dancing is similar to Dancehall dancing of Jamaica. It is mostly influenced by Zouk, Soca, and Rara (Haitian music genre) music genres. It also combines Western house and techno with traditional Angolan Kilapanga and Semba music[5] As Vivian Host points out in her article, despite the common assumption that "world music" from non-Western countries holds no commonalities with Western modern music, Angolan kuduro does contain "elements in common with punk, deep tribal house, and even Daft Punk."[6]It is thus the case that cultural boundaries and limitations within the musical spectrum are constantly shifting and being redefined. And though Angolan Kuduro reflects an understanding and, further, an interpretation of Western musical forms, the world music category that it fits under tends to reject the idea of Western musical imperialism.[6] The larger idea here is that advancements in technology and communications and the thrust of music through an electronic medium have made transcending cultural and sonic musical structures possible. According to Blentwell Podcasts, Kuduro is a "mixture of House, Hip Hop, and Ragga elements,"[7] which illustrates how this is at once an Angolan-local and global music. Indeed, this "musical cross-pollination"[6], as Vivian Host calls it, represents a local appropriation of global musical forms, such that the blending of different musics creates the music of a "new world."
13 Jan 2009
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The highly-synchronized stylings of The Jon Hammond Show Dancers dancing to Jon's theme song "Late Rent" aboard m.v. HORIZON Celebrity Cruises ship on maiden voyage to Bermuda with Jon Hammond & Joe Berger directing. Then on to Hamburg Germany years later, same song, same guys, but sadly we couldn't take our dancers to Hamburg. In VILLON Club by Hauptbahnhof. Special thanks to Amy Curtis of Hill & Knowlton Celebrity Cruises and Henry of Villon, ILLUSTRATORP, Jennifer & Knut Benzner. Musicians: Gabriel Coburger, Heinz Lichius, Joe Berger & Jon at the organ as seen on The Jon Hammond Show ©2008 *******www.HammondCast**** Jon Hammond Special Thanks for Hammond's Bolero record: Gary Peterson, Bob Brumbeloe, Bernard Purdie, Todd Anderson, Bill Graham, Mick Brigden, Bob Barsotti, Dharma Barsotti, Kris Hosack, Tim Anderson, Chris Powers, Nigel James, Jerry Pompili, Rita Gentry, David Mayeri-Clear Channel Entertainment/BGP, Steve "Killer" Kahn, Armando Peraza, Davey Crockett, Raul Rekow, Steve Thornton, Mark Hale, Tommy Costa, Heda fam, Jerry Figone, David Kapralik, Rickie Lee Jones, Francis Ford Coppola, Matt Dillon, Zak Starkey, Maggie Bell, Dan Leventhal, Cliff Houston, Harry Murphy, Paul Shaffer, John Hammond Sr.-CBS, John Bishop, Kenny King, Earl Palmer, Kenny Burrell, Zsusannah Petrof, Lenka Czerna, Richard Kubat, Buddy Rich, Lenny Nelson, Howard Plotkin, Hank Crawford, Harvey Waisbard, Dennis Finnegan, Mark Thompson, Bob Weckel-Horizons Restaurant Sausalito, Louis Nanassy, Jane Dornacker, Edward "Black Kojak" Jaynes, Michael Bloomfield, Steve Smith-AMPEX, Aline Claude, Lionel Hampton, Victoria Hawkes, Andy Warhol, Bob Moog, Bill Armstrong, Andy Christo, Bill Wurtzel-Royal Olympic Cruises, Joe Rodriguez, Maria Tschirgi-Local 6, Genevieve Frizzell & fam, Tracey Baumler, Cortt Dunlap, Marcy Drexler-ASCAP, Louis Baldonieri/Dream Street team, Kim Freeman, Bob Scott, Marc Baum, Victor Owens, Jim Thorsen, Steve Wright, John Hunt, Scott Cooper & fam, Al and Leslie Wilcox, George Carlin, Sam Wilcox, Marshall & Krisanne Olson, Saul Salsakovitch, Terri Price, Terence and Matthew Hallinan, Able & Mario-BallyHallinan Prop., S.F. Sheriff's Dept.-Leslie Levitas, Rodney Choy, Teresa Nelson, Clayton Smith, Lutz Buchner, Knut Benzner, Tobias Hartmann, Stephan Meir-NDR Radio, Heinz Lichius, Robert and Otmar Hutya, Heinz von Hermann, Joachim Tucksen, Wolfram Knauer-Jazz Institute Darmstadt, Barbara Dennerlein, Joe Bawelino, Ryan Gioia, John Lee Hooker, Alex Ligertwood, Tarek Omran, Wild Bill Davis, Milt Hinton, Frank Biner, Fang "Barbara" Lin & family, Kate Newman, Judy Chueng, Betty Heywood, Eva Tam, Cordelia von Gymnich, Christine Kern, Wilhelm P. "Charly" Hosenseidl-Frankfurt Messe, Captain Paul Bailey-United Airlines, Pamela Sylvain, Veronica Valencia, Ana Maria Pena-United Airlines SFOEX, Barbara Stokes-UAL, Lainie Hafer, Yvette Julien, April Para-UAL, Janet Berka-UAL/AFA Council 5 Rep., United Twins-May & Kay, Dr. Vartan Ghugasian, Dr. Charles Allison, Dr. Daniel Davidson, Dr. Samuel Gelbart, Marcie Zellner, John Taber-Guitar Center, Waichiro Tachikawa-Suzuki Corporation, Michael Maier-Falkenstein & Maier family-Hammond Suzuki Germany, Igor Flach, Inge Benchakroun-Stadt Hamburg, Laurence Cottle, Paul Rachman, Francoise Pujol, Osamu Yamamoto, Midori Ono, Hidefumi Nose, Kengo Komae, Zeng Jin, Michael Rinta, Yutaka Hada/Mr. Tanka/Taku Yamamoto-CASIO, Leo Fender, Leo/Leo's Music, S.F. Twins-Marian & Vivian Brown, Pete Fallico, Igor and Ilonka Kissil, Yuri Goloubev, James Brown-Tower Records, Pat Klock, Jim Thorsen, Gideon Schier, Alex Foster, Bill Warfield, Judit Halmi, Lori Friedman, Nat Friedma, Mustafa & Maralyn Jammal, Pete Escovedo, Bettina Goersch, Evelyn Weiss, Fee, Matthias, Sigrid Koehl & Peter Tangermann, Johannes Koppen, Kristine Kresge-Hamburg Polizeiorchester, Joachim & Rosi Griebe, Lou & Mimi Holzman, Robert Ross, Emile van der Zee, Andreas Neubauer, Yucel "Ali" Atiker, Frank Poehl, Tino Pavlis, Fabian Hildebrand, Heiko Himmighoffen, Anselm Wild, Victoria Jackson, Herbert Berger, Sabina Hank, Uly Grunwad, Spencer MacLeish, George Greif/Sid Garris, Billy Rayford, Oscar Meyer, Jon Herington, Joe Aloia, Frank Vavosa, Marco Galeazzi-Excelsior CEMEX Accordions, Christine Adams, Kevin Friedrich, Holda Paoletti-Kampl www.accordions**** Renzo Ruggeri, Luca Serenelli, Alex Accordions Guitars, Maria Pragrova, Bruce Hatch & family, Percy Sledge, Paul Marx & Lynne Bertrand- www.KBON**** , Herbert Zorn-Groove City Record Shop, Oliver Groenewald, Christian Schoenfeld, Kevin & Sonja Mauder, Tony Lakatos, Harry Petersen, Dale Meyer, Angelo DePippo, Marty Napoleon, Charlene Berger, Cab Calloway, David "Fathead" & Karen Newman, Antje von Rein, Olivier Hutman, George Brown, Oliver Keller, Bruce A. Douglas, Ulrich Tukor, Bert Gerecht, Ulrich Vormehr, Norbert Hilbich, Andreas Sennheiser, Susan Bernstein, Jim Kelly, Bruce Harrison, Marisa Redanty, Ken Kamlet- www.mptenants**** , Bill Cobham, Robert Doehring, Sandra Hempel, Pascal "Gallo" Hahn, Al "Jazzbeaux" Collins, Christian Zurwellen, Lars Karstensen, Cornell Dupree, Eddie Money, Andre Thus, Ulrich Olshausen-HR Radio, Rossa & Morritz Peters, Ray Tubberville-AFN Radio, Rudy Hurwich, Martin Scheffler, Andre Francis-Radio France Inter, Nils Gessinger, Bernie Fichtner, Faramarz Kheradmand, Christian Munchner, Charles "Chuck" Flores-UAL, Jenny & Roson-Goan-Fann Co., LTD.-Superlux Microphones, Tomoyuk Oda & Sunny Francis-Radio Co Co Lo 76.5FM Osaka/Hawaii, Li Ping Shi-Jiyangyin Jiyang Instrument Co., Jane Dong, Rick Enders, Peter Pan, Janine Roemer-Renaissance Yangtze Shanghi Hotel, Sandro Fontanella-Ketron, Hal Petcher-Guitronics, Joe Franklin, Kuni Mikami, Craig Gower, Wanda Sanchez, Percy France, Torsten De Winkel, Sylvia van Riesen-Hotel Pacific Hamburg, Klaus Rothoff-Musik Rothoff St. Pauli, Doris & Thomas Linecker-DoKa Restaurant, Glenn Derringer, Scott Rootenberg, Les Paul, Elizabeth Chapman, Dr. Joan Garfinkle, Prof. Renee Moreno, Prof. Terry Corby, Prof. Bruce Lilienthal-CCSF, Pete Fogel, Chuck Colin, Kim Delevett-SW Airlines, Tripp, Alan Hall, John Mader, Larry Schneider, Bill Bell, Chester Thompson, Larry Bradford, Art Van Damme, Dick Contino, Joris Dudli, Harvey Wainapel, Steve Campos, Michelle Webb, Keith West, Lee Oskar, Dennis Hoffman, Tyrone Starks, Tommy Schneider, Linda Schmidt, Jo & Mirko Mikovic, Bill Cosby, Barbara K. Starner- Kart-A-Bag, Ray Grappone, Ken Hayes Jr., Steve Copeman, Boris Blanchet, Amaury Blanchard, Ron Eckstein, Carol Kaye, Erik Hopfinger, Burdette Becks, Saul & Goldie Levin, Dr. Hal & Eva Eisenberg, Sylvia Donnie & Barbara Simon, Howard Johnson-Hammond Suzuki UK, Stephen Ferrone, Bennett Friedman, Barry Finnerty, James Preston, Dick Mithun, Tim Cain, Joan Baez, Dennis Hoffman, Michael Wolff, "Lazy Larry" Fredson, Louie Peterson, Tony Germain, Ralf Hoffmann, Uwe Petersen, Jina Jupiter, Don Dean-Smiley's Saloon Bolinas, Terry Haggerty, Sandy Leon, Don Wehr, John Entwistle, Tony Rossell, Desiree Erasmus, Martha Henry, Chet Helms, Erik Hargrove, Ingo Sens, Charlotte Aphibal-Lufthansa, Thomas Reimer, Juergen Wolf-IAJO, Volker "Wolfman" Kunschner, Little Henry, Daniel McKinnon, Azaar Abbassi-Pakistan Intl. Airlines, Amy Curtis, Joan Brower & Joan Bloom-M. Booth Assoc., Adam Scone, Brian Charette, Giovanni Gulino, David Haynes, Neil Witchard, Graham Hawthorne, Chuggy Carter, Sandy & Pat Moriarty/fam, Richard Sharpe, Jeff Samaha-NBC, Dieter Schnapka, Alf Schneider, Beatrix Rief, Hans Romanov, Stefan Klemm, Alain Nau, Derrick James, Uwe Gehring, George Naha, John & Teresa Nash, Dean Kamei, John Hart, Lou Colombo, Tippecanoe "Tip" O'Neil, Jack & Paul Pena, Francois Chassagnite, Oliver Johnson, Jack Gregg, Valery Ponomarev, Ron Sr. & Ron Jr. Carter, Joe Locke, Michael Kersting, Gunther & Krystyna Tietze-Polka Bar Reeperbahn Hamburg, Tom Plate-Pipa Art Project, Tobias Schmidt-Relenberg, Captain Korres, Captain George Apistolas, Jaco Pastorius, Dave Danza, R. A. Cohen & Assoc., Peter Shearer-accordion-o-rama, John Mollinari, Daniel Haaksman, Stefan Hantel-Shantel, Dieter & Ralph Reichert-Birdland Hamburg, Dr. Rudi Petroll, Lothar & Elke Krell, Godawari Poehl, Cindy Blackman, Wallace Roney, Tom Edmonds, Gary Bartz, Joe Aloia, Sgt. Al Wittig, Dr. Jack Adler & fam, Dan & Roberta Mockensturm, Al DiMeola, Ron Polte, Deszon X. Claibourne, Tom Sarig, Danny "California" Woody, Jeff Hess, Vladislov Sendecki, Lucas Lindholm, Sheldon Sweeper, Steve Luongo, Gordy Singer, Bobby Forrester, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, John O'Donnell, Joachim Neuerburg, Clifton Buck Kaufman, Jack Wilkins, Dieter Lubke, Sourdough Slim, Juergen M. Bahr, Commodore Hotel SF team-Joseph, Bina, Scott, Gitanjali, Melanie, Jeff-Joie de Vivre Hotels, Reinhard Werthner, Carla Caccavale, Teresa Martinez-Westin Rio Mar Beach Ocean Villas Puerto Rico SPECIAL THANKS from JON HAMMOND
30 Mar 2010
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Susan & Vivian Getting Ready to go out and party.
24 Jan 2009
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UNICEF correspondent Vivian Siu reports on earthquake relief efforts and obstacles faced by children and families in Jiegu town, Qinghai Province, China. Videographer: Jerry Liu
11 May 2010
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My daughter Vivian shot this video of Mackie and visitor cat Brownie fighting to establish top cat status. Song: "Stand Up And Fight", Bush Tetras
29 Oct 2006
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Forbidden Hollywood Collection - Own it on DVD March 24th Synopsis: THE DIVORCEE (1930): After several blissful years of marriage a woman catches her husband in a compromising position and forces him to confess his infidelities Her solution to the problem is to then try to match him tryst for tryst. Based on the 1929 Ursula Parrott novel ?Ex-wife,? this highly controversial story was first published anonymously, with the author?s name added only after thousands of copies were sold. A FREE SOUL (1931): Lionel Barrymore shines as Stephen Ashe, a brilliant alcoholic lawyer who successfully defends dashing gangster Ace Wilfong (Clark Gable) on a murder charge only to find that his headstrong daughter, Jan (Norma Shearer), has fallen in love with his client. Jan, a fun-loving socialite seeking freedom from her blue-blood upbring, is only too eager to dump her aristocratic boyfriend (Leslie Howard) for the no-good gangster. Barrymore gives a remarkable Oscar-winning performance culminating in a legendary courtroom scene that is powerful and deeply moving. THREE ON A MATCH (1932): Childhood friends Mary Keaton, Ruth Wescott and Vivian Deverse reunite ten years after high school. Mary is now a chorus girl, level-headed Ruth has a job as a secretary, and sexy Vivian is on the verge of deserting her wealthy husband Henry Kirkwood and their baby in favor of a glamorous gangster. FEMALE (1933): In Michael Curtiz's romantic comedy FEMALE, Ruth Chatterton plays Alison Drake, the iron-fisted president of a motorcar company. Alison oversees the daily operations of her male employees with a predatory gaze and frequently exercises her right to engage with them in any way she deems fit. She meets her match in an equally strong-minded new employee, Jim Thorne (George Brent), and the two engage in a smoldering, contentious, sexually charged duel. NIGHT NURSE (1931): William Wellman's NIGHT NURSE is a sassy, unsentimental comedy about a private pediatric nurse named Lora Hart (Barbara Stanwyck) who, after applying as an apprentice in a family home, discovers there is a plot afoot to starve her two rich, fat, young charges to death. The culprit is the family's chauffeur, Nick (Clark Gable), a villain who plans to marry the kids' dissolute mother and make off with their trust fund. THOU SHALT NOT: SEX, SIN AND CENSORSHIP IN PRE-CODE HOLLYWOOD (2008): Over seventy years later, they've lost none of their power to shock, entertain, and titillate. So-called "pre-Code" movies remain among the most vital films America has ever produced. But why were these films so much more sexually free and socially critical than what came before or after? Who created the Code, and what did it forbid? And why did it finally become a Hollywood commandment? The answer is a fascinating mix of scandal, big business and social history - a unique collision of events that resulted in one of the most dynamic - and delicious - periods in Hollywood history.
7 Jan 2010
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