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Sit on It

Sit on it may refer to: "Sit on It", song by The Halo Benders on their 1994 album God Dont Make No Junk Slang for waiting or hoarding/holding onto something until the right time to sell it or let it go "Sit on it", derogatory catchphrase created ...

                                               

Foxy

Foxy Brown singer, reggae singer from Jamaica Foxy Brown rapper born 1978, rapper from New York Foxy, a nickname for Neil Fox broadcaster born 1961, British music personality Foxy, a nickname for Graeme Fowler born 1957, English cricketer

                                               

Whatever

"Whatever", a song by 4minute from the album Name Is 4Minute 2013 "Whatever" Jill Scott song 2005 Mas que Nada "Whatever", signature song of Sergio Mendes "Whatever", a song by Imogen Heap from I Megaphone "Whatever" Ayumi Hamasaki song 1999 "Wha ...

                                               

Shonuff

Sho Nuff is a slang expression meaning "sure enough", as expressed in African American Vernacular English. It was widely used in blues music, sometimes as an interjection. Sho Nuff can also refer to: Sho-Nuff, funk band. Malaco Records Shonuff ch ...

                                               

Five-O

Five-O may refer to: Hawaii Five-0 2010 TV series, a re-imagining of the 1968 series premiering in 2010 Hawaii Five-O album, a 1969 album by The Ventures Five-O, an American slang term for law enforcement Hawaii Five-O 1968 TV series, an American ...

                                               

Permanent Vacation

Permanent Vacation may refer to: "Permanent Vacation" CSI: Miami episode, an episode of CSI: Miami Permanent Vacation 3x5, an Aerosmith video released in 1988 Permanent Vacation Tour, an Aerosmith concert tour from 1987–1988 Permanent Vacation 19 ...

                                               

Ginga

Ginga may refer to: Ginga, a slang term for a person with red hair Ginga Scout, a location-based soccer application Ginga satellite, an astronomical satellite, Ginga capoeira, a cardio and conditioning class blends a variety of dance styles inclu ...

                                               

Wee

Wee Willie Harris, singer Pee Wee Crayton, singer Wee Willie Webber, Philadelphia TV and radio personality Pee-wee Herman, comedian Wee Man, actor Wee surname, Chinese surname and name

                                               

Blow job (disambiguation)

Blow Job 1963 film, silent film, directed by Andy Warhol Blow Job #2, original title for a 1966 film sequel to Blow Job above by Andy Warhol, later renamed Eating Too Fast Blow Job 1980 film, Italian film "Blow Job", title of 2nd episode in seaso ...

                                               

Clock (disambiguation)

Chemical clock, a method to make a time lapse in chemical reactions Clock, a dandelion flower head that is matured for seed dispersal Clock constellation CLOCK Circadian Locomotor Output Cycles Kaput, an important gene related to circadian rhythms

                                               

The Great Eastern (Rodman novel)

The Great Eastern by Howard A. Rodman is an anticolonial adventure novel, set in the 1850s-1870s in New York, London, India, Paris and the North Atlantic. Pitted against each other: the two great 19th-century fictional anti-heroes, Jules Vernes C ...

                                               

Show business (disambiguation)

Show Business 1944 film, a musical ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway, a 2005 American documentary Show Business 1938 film, a 1938 Australian film musical Louie Spences Showbusiness, docusoap and follow up to Pineapple Dance Studios

                                               

Y2K (disambiguation)

Y2K refers to: The year 2000 "Y" stands for "year", and "K" stands for "kilo" which means "thousand" The Year 2000 problem also known as the "Y2K computer bug"

                                               

Vanna (disambiguation)

Vanna White, American television personality Vanna Bonta, an American novelist, poet and film actress Vanna Brosio 1943–2010, Italian singer, television personality, and journalist Vanna, a female first name Vanna singer, a Croatian singer whose ...

                                               

Romain Nadal

From 1999 to 2002, Nadal served as diplomatic advisor to the President of the National Assembly France. From 2002 to 2005, he became the second Secretary at the French Embassy in Spain. From 2005 to 2008, he was Head of the "mission de la moderni ...

                                               

Christof Sielecki

Christof Sielecki is a German chess player from Dinslaken, author of chess books and YouTuber. He regularly participates in Banter Blitz on the YouTube channel of Chess24.com under the username Chessexplained. He speaks German and English. Christ ...

                                               

Dry and Thirsty

Dry and Thirsty is a 1920 American silent comedy film, directed by Craig Hutchinson. It is a satire of the Prohibition era in the United States. The film spoofs former Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan, who campaigned for Prohibition; the ...

                                               

I Shot Down the Red Baron, I Think

I Shot Down the Red Baron, I Think is an incomplete film directed and produced by Cliff Robertson who also starred. The screenplay was written by William Kerby. Robertson wrote the original story, which he called "a sociological comedy".

                                               

The Gatekeepers Daughter

The Gatekeepers Daughter is a 1975 French comedy film directed by Jerome Savary and starring Mona Heftre, Michel Dussarat and Annick Berger.

                                               

Divine (1975 film)

Divine is a 1975 French musical comedy film directed by Dominique Delouche and starring Danielle Darrieux, Jean Le Poulain and Martine Couture. A young man becomes obsessed with a famous entertainer, to the annoyance of his fiancee.

                                               

Salvation Joan

Salvation Joan is a lost 1916 silent film directed by Wilfrid North and starring Edna May. It was produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and released by V-L-S-E. Though an original screen story, it bears a close resemblance to Edward Sheldo ...

                                               

The Other Life (film)

The Other Life is a 1948 Austrian drama film directed by Rudolf Steinboeck and starring Aglaja Schmid, Robert Lindner and Gustav Waldau. The sets were designed by the art director Herbert Ploberger. It is based on the 1947 novella Twentieth of Ju ...

                                               

Dear Friend (film)

Dear Friend is a 1949 Austrian drama film directed by Rudolf Steinboeck and starring Johannes Heesters, Vilma Degischer and Erik Frey. The films sets were designed by the art director Herbert Ploberger.

                                               

Nazia Haque Orsha

Nazia Haque Orsha is a Bangladeshi actress and model. She has acted in more than 100 TV dramas. She also has acted in several films and telefilms. She was born in Barisal. She studied in Kishaloya Girls School & College.

                                               

Chaw Yadanar

Chaw Yadanar is a Myanmar Academy Award winning Burmese actress. She won her first Myanmar Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2012 with the film Egg. Soe is considered one of the most successful actresses in Burmese cinema. Throughout h ...

                                               

The Bloody Vultures of Alaska

The Bloody Vultures of Alaska is a 1973 western adventure film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Doug McClure, Harald Leipnitz and Angelica Ott. It was made as a co-production between West Germany and Yugoslavia. The films sets were designed ...

                                               

Fair Sex

Fair Sex is a Canadian drama film, directed by Martin Laroche and released in 2012. The film stars Marie-Evelyne Lessard as Sophie, a young immigrant woman who has just graduated from film school. While working on her first film project she meets ...

                                               

Im Going to Break Your Heart

Im Going to Break Your Heart is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Annie Bradley and Jim Morrison and released in 2019. The film profiles musicians Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk on a retreat in St. Pierre and Miquelon, detailing both th ...

                                               

After the Last River

After the Last River is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Victoria Lean and released in 2015. The film centres on the humanitarian crisis facing the Attawapiskat First Nation in the early 2010s, culminating in chief Theresa Spences widely ...

                                               

This Mountain Life

This Mountain Life is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Grant Baldwin and released in 2018. The film centres on various residents of the Canadian province of British Columbia and their relationships with the provinces mountain landscape, i ...

                                               

Shades of Truth (film)

Shades of Truth is an Italian movie, created and directed by Liana Marabini in 2015, about the life of Pope Pius XII and his relation with the Nazi Germany. Based on official documents and data, this film intends to show Pius XII as the Vatican’s ...

                                               

Small Chops

Small Chops is a 2020 Nigerian drama film directed by Robert O. Peters and produced by actress Chika Ike. The film stars Toyin Abraham, Chika Ike and Max Cavenham in the lead roles. The film was edited in the United States and was predominantly s ...

                                               

Eliza Rycembel

Eliza Rycembel – is a Polish actor. She was winner of the best supporting actor award at the 44th Polish Feature Film Festival in Gdynia for the film Corpus Christi.

                                               

The Woman Who Ran

The Woman Who Ran is a 2020 South Korean drama film written, produced, directed, edited and scored by Hong Sang-soo. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival. At ...

                                               

A Boy and Sungreen

A Boy and Sungreen is a 2018 South Korean drama film written, directed and edited by first-time director Ahn Ju-young. The coming-of-age film stars Ahn Ji-ho, Kim Ju-a, Seo Hyun-woo and Shin Dong-mi. It made its world premiere at the 23rd Busan I ...

                                               

Nim Him

Nim Him is a 2020 Sri Lankan Sinhala romantic drama film directed by Mitchell Fonseka and co-produced by director himself with Saman Dharmawansha, Gayan Gunawardana, Pradeep Herath, Indika Madawala and Prince Wickramanayake for Ama Films and Alan ...

                                               

Walter Baumgartner

Walter Baumgartner was a Swiss film composer. He scored over ninety films, working in his later years with the producer-director Erwin C. Dietrich. His nephew was the cinematographer Peter Baumgartner. He was married to the German actress Helen V ...

                                               

Unsatisfaction (2003 short film)

Unsatisfaction is a short film directed and produced by Meta Akkus about a young Camden Town Gothic couple in love, yet bored to death. Unsatisfaction is a short film directed by Meta Akkus about a young Camden Town Gothic couple in love, yet bor ...

                                               

Dick Turpin (1974 film)

Dick Turpin is a 1974 Spanish historical adventure film directed by Fernando Merino and starring Cihangir Gaffari, Ines Morales and Sancho Gracia. It is based on the life of the legendary English highwayman Dick Turpin. The films sets were design ...

                                               

Romance from the Tatra Mountains

Romance from the Tatra Mountains is a 1934 Czech romance drama film directed by Josef Rovensky. The film competed at 1935 Venice Film Festival. The film was also dubbed to German and released under the title Das Lied der Heimat in 1935.

                                               

After Midnight (2019 film)

After Midnight is a 2019 American romantic monster movie directed by Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella and starring Jeremy Gardner and Brea Grant. The film follows Hank after his longtime girlfriend Abby leaves town unannounced, as he discovers ...

                                               

The Will (2020 film)

Josie attends the funeral of her grandmother. She discovers she has been "left" in her grandmothers will to the enigmatic Jake. "Early in her life, Josephine Malone learned the hard way that there was only one person she could love and trust: her ...

                                               

Sandra Wollner

Sandra Wollner is an Austrian film director and screenwriter. She made her feature directorial debut with The Impossible Picture, and also directed and co-wrote The Trouble with Being Born.

                                               

Emmanuel Debarre

In 1965, Debarre decided to devote his life to sculpture and drawing after a meeting with Alberto Giacometti. He studied mathematics at the Lycee Georges Clemenceau in Nantes. After graduation, Debarre moved to Nice and first studied primary colo ...

                                               

Carl-Anders Dymling

Dymling became a Candidate of Philosophy at the University of Gothenburg in 1921 and a Philosophy Licentiate in literary history in 1925. In 1931 he became head of Radioteatern in Stockholm. Between 1942 and his death in 1961, he was President of ...

                                               

The Pretend One (film)

The Pretend One is an Australian independent realism drama film directed by Tony Prescott. It was filmed in April 2015 in central Queensland, Australia. The screenplay was written by James Raue and Tony Prescott. The Pretend One had its World Pre ...

                                               

Her Resale Value

Her Resale Value is a 1933 American drama film directed by B. Reeves Eason and starring June Clyde, George J. Lewis and Noel Francis. The films sets were designed by the art director Paul Palmentola. Bored of her life as a small town doctors wife ...

                                               

The Hidden Spring

The Hidden Spring is a 1917 American silent adventure film directed by E. Mason Hopper and starring Harold Lockwood, Vera Sisson and Herbert Standing.

                                               

Tony America

A poor but optimistic young fruit peddler from Genoa is lured to America by his boss; once he arrives, he finds himself trapped in a stormy marriage with an unfaithful wife.

                                               

The Speed Maniac

The Speed Maniac is a lost 1919 silent action drama film directed by Edward LeSaint and starring Tom Mix and Eva Novak. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation.