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Abe Vigoda - Crush [2010]

На альбоме этого года встречаем странную смесь синт-панка, с "по-хорошему дурацкими" синтезаторными "блипсами и блурпсами" (впрочем, оканчивающегося довольно быстро уже после третьего трека), с такой себе модернизированной версией диско-готики, что ли, местами очень сильно залетающей на муз.территорию The Cure середины 80-х, в том числе вокальными пассажами (как уж тут не поверить в переселение душ, хотя,стоп!, Боб еще ж жив)). Весьма прилипчивый...

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Christopher Robin gives Pooh an update, without sacrificing the charm

Christopher Robin gives Pooh an update, without sacrificing the charm

Eeyore, voiced in this new live-action movie by Brad Garrett, sounds like the depressed offspring of Abe Vigoda in The Godfather. Didn't we just have a Christopher Robin movie? Well yes, but Goodbye Christopher Robin from last year was a Fox

Elton John Takes On Rappers For Snickers

Elton John Takes On Rappers For Snickers

Examples have included the campaign's original, wildly popular Super Bowl spot featuring Betty White and Abe Vigoda scrimmaging with NFL players, and a 2011 ad featuring Aretha Franklin and Liza Minnelli on a car trip with some young guys. But the new

Library events

Community Holiday Celebration , Monday, Dec. 4, 5 p.m. There will be storytelling in the Polly Peterson Room, crafts on the first floor and holiday movies shown in the Storytelling Room. At 6 p.m. the East Tennessee Children’s Choir will perform on the second floor. No registration required. 

Teen Book Club , Tuesday, Dec. 5, 6-7 p.m. Teens ages 12-18 are invited to participate in a book club held in the Storytime Room. This month’s selection is “All We Have Left,” by Wendy Mills. The first 10 participants to register will receive a free copy of the book. Interested teens may register for the book club in person at library service desks, by phone, or via the online event calendar at www.jcpl.org.

For information or to register for the events at JCPL, call 423-434-4458 or 423-434-4454.

Источник: Johnson City Press

Actor Abe Vigoda Of 'The Godfather,' 'Barney Miller,' Has Died

ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

Abe Vigoda has died, finally. We'll explain that in a moment.

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

Vigoda was born in 1921 in New York City, a character actor with distinctive sunken eyes, heavy brow and lantern jaw. He had a 20-year career in the theater before his big break in the 1972 film "The Godfather."

SIEGEL: Vigoda played Sal Tessio, a mob boss and Corleone family confidant.

(SOUNDBITE OF FILM, "THE GODFATHER")

ABE VIGODA: (As Sal Tessio) Barzini wants to arrange a meeting. He says we can straighten any of our problems out.

AL PACINO: (As Michael Corleone) You talked to him?

VIGODA: (As Sal Tessio) Yeah. I can arrange security on my territory.

CORNISH: From Tessio the gangster, Vigoda moved on to television to play Sergeant Fish, the cop in the hit comedy "Barney Miller." He was so popular on the show, he was given a spinoff called - yep - "Fish."

Источник: NPR

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