Some articles on laughs:
... Just for Laughs is a British hidden camera comedy show which was broadcast on Saturday nights on BBC One ... Just for Laughs was filmed primarily in and around Belfast, Northern Ireland, Glasgow, Scotland and Leeds, England ... Just for Laughs has a Canadian sister version called Just For Laughs Gags, and the format of the two is identical ...
... Just for Laughs is an annual comedy festival in Montreal ... Just for Laughs may also refer to Just for Laughs Gags, a Canadian silent comedy show since 2002 Just for Laughs (Australian TV series), a 2007 Australian version of the Canadian show Just for Laughs (UK TV ... version of the Canadian show Just for Laughs Gags Asia, a 2010 Singaporean version of the Canadian show Just for Laughs Museum, a museum in Montreal ...
... The title was borrowed for Batman The Man Who Laughs, a 2005 graphic novel which depicted Batman's first encounter with the character ... The 2006 Brian De Palma film The Black Dahlia shows scenes from The Man Who Laughs and incorporates some related plot points ... Hellbilly Deluxe 2 has a song entitled "The Man Who Laughs" ...
... Before joining Just For Laughs, Nulman was a journalist, starting at the age of 16 at the weekly tabloid The Sunday Express, where he stayed for six years, and was eventually promoted to ... In summer 2010, he rejoined Just For Laughs retaking the position of President, Festivals and Television ...
327 "Dark Globe" The Madcap Laughs 1970 Take 1 (titled "Wouldn't You Miss Me?"), is included on the rarities/outtakes album, Opel. 152 "Feel" The Madcap Laughs 217 ... "Gigolo Aunt" Barrett 1970 Take 9, is included on the Crazy Diamond (1993) reissue of Opel. 546 "Golden Hair" The Madcap Laughs 1969 Written by Barrett–Joyce, based on a poem by Joyce ...
Famous quotes containing the word laughs:
“Man is the only animal that laughs and weeps; for he is the only animal that is struck with the difference between what things are and what they ought to be.”
—William Hazlitt (17781830)
“Earth is here so kind, that just tickle her with a hoe and she laughs with a harvest.”
—Douglas Jerrold (18031857)
“The limerick packs laughs anatomical
Into space that is quite economical,
But the good ones Ive seen
So seldom are clean
And the clean ones so seldom are comical.”