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List Of Fictional Badgers - Badgers in Animated Movies and TV Series
... Badger, a character voiced by Mark Hamill in The New Woody Woodpecker Show The Badger, a guest character on Jim Henson's Animal Show Badger, a character ... Toad Patrol episode, "Winter Woes" The badgers of Rastepappe from the TV show, Archibald the Koala The badger that Benjy befriends and that leads to him leaving home in the 1975 Disney film, The ... the Badger, a minor character in Watership Down (TV series) ...
Six Degrees: Our Future On A Hotter Planet - TV Show
... A National Geographic Channel TV programme,"Six Degrees Could Change The World" was produced after the book won the Royal Society Prize in 2008 ...
Christell - Biography
2003, when she competed in a contest made by the TV show "Rojo Fama Contrafama" in one of their galas ... of Maria Jose Quintanilla (member of the TV show "Rojo Fama Contrafama"), that is, another girl who could sing or resembles to the young singer who was known for her Mexican ... Christell went on the show "Rojo...", singing popular Mexican songs which were also in Maria Jose Quintanilla’s album ...
Marde Do Hezar Chehreh - Plot
... The TV show starts off with Masoud sitting with the police officer Shahin Etemadi (Pejman Bazeghi) talking about what happened that he is back in court again ... It then shows that Masoud goes back to Shiraz to his house to find that his parents have left and gone to a new place because they were embarrassed in front of the neighbours for their son's ... Modiri and asks him if he can star on a TV show ...
Lip-synching In Music - For Irony and Effect
... has starred in movies and several touring shows ... During short, pre-recorded performances, such as guest appearances on a TV show, some artists purposely include in-jokes like swapping instruments among band members or ... A famous example is an Iron Maiden appearance on a German TV show in 1986 ...

Famous quotes containing the word show:

    In law, what plea so tainted and corrupt
    But, being seasoned with a gracious voice,
    Obscures the show of evil?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)