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Joe Gatto (comedian)

Joseph Anthony Gatto Jr. is an American comedian, actor, and producer from the New York City borough of Staten Island. He is a member of The Tenderloins, a comedy troupe also consisting of Sal Vulcano, James Murray, and Brian Quinn. Along with th ...

The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 95% approval rating based on 20 reviews. Peter Howell from the Canadian daily newspaper Toronto Star gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, stating: "The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned ...

Genevieve (disambiguation)

Genevieve may refer to: Genevieve, a saint in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions, patron saint of Paris, France Genevieve album, a 2004 album by Velvet Cacoon, or the title track Genevieve of Brabant, a heroine of medieval legend Gene ...

Yvick Letexier

Yvick Letexier, better known as Mister V, is a French YouTuber, Internet personality, comedian, rapper and actor. He worked alongside Norman Thavaud, Hugo Dessioux and other French YouTubers in Le Studio Bagel. In 2014, he founded with six other ...

The Chris and Paul Show

The Chris and Paul Show is an American sketch comedy duo composed of Christopher John ONeill and Paul Valenti. They are known for their vaudeville-inspired physical comedy, which consists of largely pantomimed scenes with minimal or no dialogue. ...

Goodbear

Goodbear is a sketch comedy double act composed of Joe Barnes and Henry Perryment. Their 2019 show Dougal was nominated for Best Show at the 2019 Edinburgh Comedy Awards.

Mr. President

Mr. President may refer to: Mr. President title, a term of address applied to certain persons holding the title of President or presiding over certain other governmental bodies

Michael Malone (disambiguation)

Mick Malone cricketer born 1950, former Australian cricketer Mick Malone hurler born 1950, Irish retired hurler Michael Malone basketball born 1971, American basketball coach

Fosters

The Fosters British TV series, a short-lived British sitcom that ran from 1976–1977 The Fosters American TV series, an American drama series that aired on Freeform from 2013–2018 Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, an animated television show on ...

Blue dot

BlueDot, a Canadian software company Blue Dot Network, a multi-stakeholder initiative to promote standards for global infrastructure development Bluedot Innovation, an Australian smartphone location technology company Blue Dot, the former name of ...

Let There Be Love

"Let There Be Love" Oasis song "Let There Be Love" Bee Gees song "Let There Be Love" Melanie C song "Let There Be Love" 1940 song, a 1940 song by composer Lionel Rand and lyricist Ian Grant "Let There Be Love" Christina Aguilera song "Let There B ...

Because of You

"Because of You", by Kyla from Not Your Ordinary Girl "Because of You", by Stephanie "Because of You", by Sleeper from Pleased to Meet You "Because of You", by Meat Loaf from Couldnt Have Said It Better "Because of You" Nickelback song "Because o ...

Who Goes There! (play)

Who Goes There! is a 1950 comedy play by the British writer John Dighton. The action takes place entirely around St Jamess Palace. It premiered at the Theatre Royal, Windsor in September 1950. It then ran for 222 performances in Londons West End ...

Remember Me

"Remember Me?" Dexters Laboratory, a 2002 episode of Dexters Laboratory Remember Me? film, a 1997 comedy by Nick Hurran Remember Me, the alternate title of the 2017 animated film Coco in Japan Remember Me 1985 film, an Australian TV movie "Rememb ...

Keep It in the Family

Keep It in the Family 1971 TV series, a 1971 British television comedy Keep It in the Family 1980 TV series, a 1980s British sitcom Keep It in the Family UK game show, a 2010s British game show Keep It in the Family film, a 1973 film starring Joh ...

Prizzis Honor (novel)

Prizzis Honor is a satirical crime novel by Richard Condon published in 1982. It is the first of four novels featuring the Prizzis, a powerful family of Mafiosi in New York City. In all four novels the protagonist is a top member of the family na ...

For Heavens Sake

For Heavens Sake may refer to: "For Heavens Sake", a song by 16 Horsepower from Low Estate "For Heavens Sake" 1958 song For Heavens Sake 2008 film, a film starring Florence Henderson For Heavens Sake comic strip, a religion-themed strip by Mike M ...

Kitchen sink

Kitchen sink may refer to: Kitchen sink realism, a British cultural movement in the late 1950s and early 1960s "Kitchen Sink", a song by Twenty One Pilots from their album Regional at Best Kitchen Sink film, a 2014 comedy horror film Kitchen Sink ...

My Old Man

"My Old Man" Scrubs, an episode of the American sitcom Scrubs My Old Man sitcom, a British sitcom starring Clive Dunn My Old Man 2004 film, a Canadian short featuring Kett Turton My Old Man film, a 1979 television film based on a story by Ernest ...

Tricky Dicky

Tricky Dicky may refer to one of the following: A song about Richard Nixon by Country Joe McDonald US President Richard Nixon, as a derogatory nickname with origins in the United States Senate election in California, 1950 also "Tricky Dick" Richa ...

Run around

Run around or runaround may refer to: Run-around loop, a track arrangement allowing this maneuver Run around coil, a heat exchanger system where an intermediate coil is used to transfer heat Runaround UK game show, an adaptation of the U.S. show ...

Gilligans Island (disambiguation)

The Adventures of Gilligans Island. A 1990 NES video game based on the TV show. Gilligans Island pinball, a 1991 pinball machine based on the TV show

Karuppu Subbiah

Karuppu Subbiah was an Indian film actor who had acted over 300 Tamil language films in comedy roles and minor roles. He also has another name Mottai Subbiah. He is notable for his comedian roles along with actor Goundamani. And also he acted alo ...

Excuse Me

Excuse Me may refer to: Excuse Me 2003 film, an Indian Kannada romantic drama film Excuse Me 1915 film, an American comedy silent black and white film Excuse Me 1925 film, an American silent comedy film

Hooper

The word hooper is an archaic English term for a person who aided a cooper in the building of barrels by creating the hoop for the barrel. Hooper may also refer to: Place names in the United States: Hooper, Nebraska, town in Dodge County, Nebrask ...

Jokers Wild

Jokers Wild or Jokers Wild may refer to: Jokers Wild, a wrestling tournament promoted by TNA One Night Only "The Jokers Wild", a song by Insane Clown Posse from Riddle Box Joker playing card, when used as a Wild card "Jokers Wild" Batman: The Ani ...

Only the Lonely (disambiguation)

Only the Lonely is a 1960 song by Roy Orbison. Only the Lonely may also refer to: Only the Lonely EP, an EP by Unkle "Only the Lonely" TPau song, 1989 single "Only the Lonely", a song by David Gray from the album Sell, Sell, Sell "Only the Lonely ...

Open Road

The Open Road, a 2010 album by John Hiatt "Open Road", the first single from Bryan Adams 2004 album Room Service Open Road, a 2001 album by Cowboy Junkies Open Road, a 1997 album by Gary Barlow Open Road, a 1970 album by Donovan and his short-liv ...

Tell Me You Do Everything for Me

Tell Me You Do Everything for Me is a 1976 Italian comedy film directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile and starring Johnny Dorelli, Pamela Villoresi and Jacques Dufilho.

Great White Hope

Great White Hope is a nickname or epithet originally applied to boxers who were billed as the hope of the white race to beat black heavyweight world boxing champion Jack Johnson, and to later white contenders who challenged against black champion ...

Ill Be Gone in the Dark (TV series)

Ill Be Gone in The Dark is an upcoming American true crime documentary series directed by Liz Garbus revolving around Michelle McNamara as she writes a book about and investigates the Golden State Killer. It is scheduled to premiere on June 28, 2 ...

Thats Life

Thats Life!, a 1970s–1990s UK magazine-style TV series Thats Life! film, a 1986 comedy-drama directed by Blake Edwards Thats Life 2000 TV series, an American drama "Thats Life", an episode of The Fairly OddParents Thats Life 1998 TV series, an Am ...

Lurk

Lurk, lurker, or lurking may refer to: Lorelei, nicknamed "Lurking Rock", a rock on the eastern bank of the Rhine River near St. Goarshausen, Germany Lurker, a person who often reads discussions on internet networks but seldom contributes to them ...

His and Hers

"His and Hers" Are You Being Served?, an episode of Are You Being Served? His and Hers film, a 1961 British comedy His & Hers 1997 film, an American film starring Danny Hoch His & Hers 2009 film, an Irish documentary

Inn of the Sinful Daughters

Inn of the Sinful Daughters is a 1978 West German sex comedy film directed by Walter Boos and starring Gina Janssen, Dagobert Walter and Claus Richt. The plot is inspired by the play Kohlhiesels Daughters by Hanns Kraly, one of numerous films to ...

Love Thy Neighbour in Australia

Love Thy Neighbour is an Australian television comedy series which originally aired on the Seven Network between 9 April and 21 May 1979. It was produced as a sequel to the British series Love Thy Neighbour featuring one of the major protagonists ...

Haywire

Haywire may refer to: Baling wire, used in an agricultural setting and industrial setting for everything from mending fences to manually binding square bales of hay

Thideer Kannaiah

Thideer Kannaiah was an Indian Tamil film and stage comedy actor. He has acted in more than 500 films. His debut film was Aval Oru Thodarkathai. He is notable for his comedian roles along with actors Goundamani and Vadivelu. While he was in the d ...

An Ideal Adventure

An Ideal Adventure is a 1982 Italian comedy film directed by Stefano Vanzina and starring Edwige Fenech, Diego Abatantuono and Liù Bosisio.

The Heroes

The Heroes may refer to: The Heroes miniseries, a 1989 Australian-British television war film based on Operation Jaywick starring John Bach and Jason Donovan The Heroes 1916 film, a 1916 short comedy film starring Oliver Hardy "The Heroes" 1998, ...

Waxwork

Waxwork or waxworks may refer to: Wax sculpture Waxwork film, a 1988 comedy/horror film Waxwork II: Lost in Time, a sequel Celastrus scandens, a plant in the family Celastraceae Wax museum, a museum for a collection of wax figures Waxworks 1983 v ...

Hello Again

Hello Again may refer to the following: "Hello Again" The Cars song, a song by The Cars from the 1984 album Heartbeat City Hello Again, a 1984 album by Howard Carpendale, and the title song "Hello Again", a song by the Dave Matthews Band from the ...

Turner Doomsday Video

Turner Doomsday Video is the internal title of a video intended to be broadcast by CNN at the end of the world. The video, created at the direction of CNN founder Ted Turner before the networks 1980 launch, is a performance of the Christian hymn ...

Vaazhkai Chakkaram

Vaazhkai Chakkaram is a 1990 Tamil Drama, comedy film directed by Manivannan. The film features Sathyaraj, Gautami Tadimalla and Goundamani, Vinu Chakravarthy in lead roles. The film, produced and written by Tirupur Mani, had musical score by San ...

Capture the flag (disambiguation)

Capture the flag is a traditional outdoor game often played by children where two teams each have a flag and the objective is to capture the other teams flag. It is also a very common game type found in many video games that feature multiplayer m ...

I Am Curious.

I Am Curious. may refer to: In film: I Am Curious Blue, the 1968 film I Am Curious Onion, a 1990 film by Paul Yates I Am Curious Yellow, the 1967 film In television: "I Am Curious Cooper", an episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show "I Am Curious. Ma ...

Adams Rib (1990 film)

The film tells about the life of the Soviet family. The grandmother is sick and needs attention, the mother still can not establish personal life, and the two daughters are full of problems.

Following Her Heart

Following Her Heart is a 1994 American made-for-television comedy-drama film directed by actress and filmmaker Lee Grant and written by Merry Helm. The film starred Ann-Margret and George Segal, among others and was first broadcast on NBC on Nove ...

Treasure hunt

Treasure hunt generally refers to: Treasure hunt game, a game simulating a hunt for treasure Treasure hunting, the physical search for treasure, typically by finding sunken shipwrecks or buried ancient cultural sites Treasure Hunt may refer to: T ...

Crossroads (1998 film)

The film tells about the participants of the once successful rock band "Uncle Alik", who now work part-time at weddings, in the club and underpass. And suddenly the leader of the group Alik meets an old friend who offers to arrange a concert in A ...