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Morrell Presley stands 6'4", 215 lbs. He is the All-American tight end for the Carson Colts in Los Angeles, California. This is a guy who verbally committed to USC before his unior year and is willing and physical on the field and in every practice. Presley stands focused on gaining strength, being a successful man and maybe even meeting some ladies in his college career.
22 Jan 2009
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Weird nighttime lights seen in Rostov, Texas turn the small town into a cauldron of violence and death in David Morrell's mesmerizing thriller, THE SHIMMER, the latest from the "father of the modern action novel."
13 Jul 2009
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'Along the Sea' written by JoAnn Morrell. JoAnn's performance at the Miller Center in Reading, PA on November 21, 2009, opening for Richie Havens. Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Nov 2009
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Paul Morrell, Filth to Ashes Flesh to Dust , RealTVfilms Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 Jan 2010
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JoAnn's finale when she opened for Richie Havens 11/21/09 Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 Nov 2009
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JoAnn playing her original song 'Tangled Ropes' while opening for Richie Havens at the Miller Center in Reading, Pa 11/21/09 To find out more about JoAnn go to www.rhythmroad**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Nov 2009
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*******suprememastertv****/bbs/board.php?bo_table=aw - A Journey to Scotlands' Living Ark Animal Sanctuary with Founder Dr. Rima Morrell, Animal Communicator-Part 2, Episode 688, Air Date: 2 - August - 2008
8 Nov 2008
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John Morrell Bistro (Lisa Stewart Seals- Voiceover)
11 Nov 2008
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Rambo: Last Blood (also known as Rambo V and Rambo V: Last Blood) is an upcoming 2019 American action thriller film directed by Adrian Grunberg and written by Sylvester Stallone and Matt Cirulnick. A sequel to Rambo (2008), it is the fifth installment in the Rambo franchise and stars Stallone, Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Adriana Barraza, Yvette Monreal, Joaquín Cosío, and Oscar Jaenada. Rambo: Last Blood takes place 11 years after the events of the previous film and John Rambo travels to Mexico in order to rescue his friend's sister from the Mexican drug cartel. Plans for a fifth film were announced on and off again since 2008, with different iterations developed and cancelled until production finally began in October 2018, with Grunberg directing the film. Principal photography began in October 2018 in Bulgaria and wrapped in December 2018. In May 2018, Millennium Films brought the project to Cannes to generate interest and sales. Stallone verified that he would share images and videos from the film's set on his Instagram as the film approaches its release. In February 2019, Stallone revealed images on his Instagram of Rambo's adopted family, combat history, and the character Gabrielle's intentions to travel to Mexico to find her father. In March 2019, Stallone revealed via his Instagram an image of Rambo covered in blood and aiming his signature bow. In May 2019, it was revealed that Stallone will present exclusive images at Cannes to coincide with a special "first-look" screening of the film at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès on May 24, 2019. The first trailer was revealed at Cannes on May 24, 2019. The teaser trailer was released on May 30, 2019 and drew comparisons to Loganand Unforgiven. Rambo: Last Blood is scheduled to be released on September 20, 2019.
18 Jul 2019
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On the run from Russian mobsters, a desperate spy finds two unexpected allies, and together the trio weaves an electrifying Christmas tale of danger and discovery in THE SPY WHO CAME FOR CHRISTMAS by David Morrell.
1 Oct 2008
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politcs news analysis from Newsy The man some call the rock-star commander of his generation -- isn’t going anywhere. That according to denials from the Pentagon -- after rumors swirl General David Petraeus was quitting his post as head of NATO and U.S. forces in Afghanistan. (Video: Al Jazeera) “He's been leading U.S. Forces in Afghanistan for eight months. Tonight - reports that General David Petraeus is stepping down.” (WFXT) It all started with a front page article in the Times of London -- who -- behind a pay wall reported -- the search was already “on” for the general’s successor. That prompted the Pentagon to issue a firm denial. “The Pentagon confirmed Petraeus will eventually leave his command, but said there are no firm plans.” (WEWS) Did we say “firm” denial? According to The Atlantic Wire’s Ray Gustini -- it was anything but -- saying the Pentagon’s words... “...leave room for interpretation. Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell tells Reuters that ‘General Petraeus is not quitting,’ before hastening to add ‘nor does he plan to stay in Afghanistan forever.’ In other words, stay tuned.” And it ain’t over ‘till the headlines say it is, right? Despite the Pentagon’s rebuttal -- his career obit is still being written: From Forbes: “Why History will Forget David Petraeus” And The Australian writes: “The US Warrior Scholar will be a Hard Act to Follow” The U.S. military’s independent news source -- The Stars and Stripes -- notes the rumors -- and denials -- all happened within the span of a few hours. “...it highlights the speculation already gaming out behind the scenes about what Petraeus will do when his time is up in Afghanistan.” Analysts have speculated Petraeus would make a run for the presidency - likely as a Republican candidate. Others point to his likelihood as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffs -- following Admiral Michael Mullen’s upcoming retirement. But a guest tells FOX News’ Martha MacCallum -- all the speculation surrounding Petraeus’ departure could mean bad news for Afghanistan. “If that's not where he's going, if he's either retiring, which means he's quitting, or being retired, which means he's being let go, I think that spells a lot of other problems, that means Afghanistan is not going well and it's not likely to get better.” Finally - Wired’s Spencer Ackerman says - give it a rest already. “[Petraeus’] letter to NATO troops last month sidestepped any talk of drawdowns in 2011, so it’s only fitting that the commander would want to see things through.” General Petraeus formally took command in Afghanistan in July of 2010 -- when President Obama fired Stanley McChrystal after he made disparaging remarks about the administration in a Rolling Stone article. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Feb 2011
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His Brother’s Ghost is an uproarious romp through the Wild West which is haunted in this film! Olympic gold medalist Buster Crabbe, known for his smashing portrayals of Tarzan and Flash Gordon, is given top billing in this cowboy adventure, but the real star is Al “Fuzzy” St. John. St. John was usually Crabbe’s sidekick, but in this film he’s killed early on and returns as a vengeful ghost! St. John clearly loves the role and steals the show scene after haunting scene. But of course there’s still plenty of screen time for the gun slinging Crabbe to blast away bad guys, which is exactly what he does. Funny, fast paced, and explosive, His Brother’s Ghost is a superb vintage Western adventure.
9 Apr 2011
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