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  • Candy is a 2006 film about a poet who falls in love with an art student who gravitates to his bohemian lifestyle — and his love of heroin. Hooked as much
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  • Hard Candy is a 2005 film about a confrontation between a sexual predator and a 14-year-old girl he attempts to ensnare. Directed by David Slade. Written
    5 KB (770 words) - 15:07, 26 July 2016
  • history. Frank Zappa interviewed (5 March 1969), broadcast on Pop Chronicles, Show 14 - Big Rock Candy Mountain: Phil Spector & Frank Zappa review the '50s
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  • designer and singer/songwriter. Interviewed by Amanda Brumfield, Pop-Rock Candy Mountain.com. Interview here Maybe my face is edgy, but that's because it's
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  • name of: Aaron Spelling (1923–2006), American film and television producer Candy Spelling (born 1945), author, socialite, widow of Aaron Spelling Randy Spelling
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  • 2005 Truth-tellers are not always palatable. There is a preference for candy bars. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks (born 7 June 1917) selected by Kalki 2006 Nature
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  • Strangers with Candy (1999-2000) was an American sitcom that aired thirty episodes (in three seasons of ten episodes each) on Comedy Central. The show
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  • the Reese's candy bar, if you read that name Reese's that's an apostrophe-S. Reese-apostrophe-S, on the end of that name. That means the candy bar is his
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  • debut on Comedy Central in Exit 57 and was later on the show Strangers with Candy. Colbert did voice work for "The Ambiguously Gay Duo" on Saturday Night
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  • crazy money-making schemes in order to buy Jawbreakers, their favorite candy. Main article: Ed, Edd, n Eddy (season 1) Main article: Ed, Edd,
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  • me as befits a knave Cast me to an unmarked grave. To The Body Broken Candy sticks and cigarettes Ladies and gentlemen, cast your bets Today's the
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  • for no reason. As quoted in New Statesman (1983); partly quoted in "The Candy Man" by Margaret Talbot in The New Yorker (11 July 2005) "There's enough
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  • American television from 1989-1994, produced and starred in the film Brain Candy in 1996, and reunited for tours in 2000, 2002 and 2008. In 2010, the troupe
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  • cacao tree. It is a common ingredient in many kinds of sweets, chocolate candy, ice creams, cookies, cakes, pies, and desserts. It is one of the most popular
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  • stake, we insist. But we didn't come this far because we are made of sugar candy. Once upon a time, we elbowed our way onto and into this continent by giving
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  • Candy says I've come to hate my body And all that it requires In this world . . . What do you think I'd see If I could walk away from me Candy Says
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  • of candy for my stupid brother? He couldn't come with us 'cause he's sitting in a pumpkin patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin. [gets her extra candy, then
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  • Clark, responding to payola charges, Pop Chronicles, Show 12 - Big Rock Candy Mountain: Rock 'n' roll in the late fifties. Part 2, interview recorded
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  • Meindert DeJong (4 March 1906 - 16 July 1991) was an author of children's books, and a recipient of the Newbery Medal and Hans Christian Andersen Medal
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  • poor boy who wins the opportunity to tour the most eccentric and wonderful candy factory of all. Directed by Mel Stuart. Written by Roald Dahl, based on
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