Colour Genie Technical Specifications

Some articles on genie, genies:

Les Portes Tournantes - Awards
1989 Genie Award for Best Achievement in Costume Design - François Barbeau - Won Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role - Rémy Girard - Won Genie Award for Best Achievement in Art ...
Shifters - Genie
... The genies (or Djinn) are beings of pure magic ... at first come off as trustworthy friends of the people of Muq'Abar, a rogue band of genies have been plotting against the humans and have taken the sultan hostage ... The Djinn grunt is a chubby blue genie who wears a turban and wields a sword ...
La Femme De L'hôtel - Recognition
1985 Genie Award for Best Achievement in Music - Original Song - Won (Paule Baillargeon,Marjolaine Morin,Yves Laferrière) Genie Award for Best Performance by ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: G - Gin Genie
... Gin Genie (Rebecca "Beckah" Parker) is a fictional mutant superhero in the Marvel Universe ... Gin Genie is already a well-established superhero when she first appears in the pages of X-Force with her teammates ... There is tension, as U-Go Girl states that 'being a fan' of Gin Genie is similar to posting one's Alcoholics Anonymous records on the internet ...
Le Matou - Recognition
1986 Genie Award for Best Music Score - Won - François Dompierre Genie Award for Best Achievement in Direction - Nominated - Jean Beaudin Genie Award for ...

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