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Ice cream (disambiguation)

Ice cream is a sweetened frozen dessert made from milk or sugar. Ice Cream may also refer to: Ice Cream, nickname of Nigerian footballer Osa Guobadia Ice Cream mango, named mango cultivar originating in Trinidad and Tobago Ice Cream, a clothing b ...

The Twelve Chairs (disambiguation)

The Twelve Chairs is a 1928 satirical novel by Soviet authors Ilya Ilf and Yevgeny Petrov. Its adaptations include: The Twelve Chairs may also refer to:

Guantanamera (disambiguation)

Guantanamera is Cubas most noted patriotic song. Guantanamera may also refer to: Guantanamera cigar, the name of a United States cigar brand Guantanamera film, a 1995 comedy film from Cuba, directed by Tomas Gutierrez Alea and Juan Carlos Tabio

The Last Aristocrat

The Last Aristocrat is a 2019 Czech comedy film directed by Jiei Vejdelek. It is based on a book by Evzen Bocek of the same name.

The Kidnapping of Fux the Banker

The Kidnapping of Fux the Banker is a 1923 Czech silent comedy film directed by Karl Anton. The film was inspired by the slapstick comedies about the Keystone Cops. Fashion designer Paul Poiret played himself. Only an incomplete 61 minutes long v ...

Owners (film)

Owners is a 2019 Czech comedy film directed by Jiei Havelka, which he made according to his own screenplay. The story is based on the play The Society of Owners, which Havelka also wrote and directed, and was presented by the theater company Vost ...

Bourak

The film is set in a fictional town Slukdorf. Bourak is an auto mechanic who loves music and dance and refuses to "grow up." His daughter Kamila becomes fed up with life in Slukdorf and her fathers irresponsibility.

The Doll (1938 film)

The Doll is a 1938 Czech comedy film directed by Robert Land. It was Lands last movie. He escaped to France in 1938 and died there in 1940. A German language version of the film was shot simultaneously by Josef Medeotti-Bohac. It was released und ...

The Affair of Colonel Redl

The Affair of Colonel Redl is a Czech comedy film directed by Karel Anton. German version of the movie Der Fall des Generalstabs-Oberst Redl was released in 1931. The film is considered lost.

CTV

CTV Building, a building that collapsed during the 2011 Christchurch earthquake Canterbury Television, a New Zealand television station

Loose Cannon

Loose Cannon or Loose Cannons may refer to: Loose Cannon comics, a fictional superhero Loose cannon, a hazard on the decks of a battleship, figuratively a person acting in a wild and unpredictable manner Loose Cannons 1990 film, an American comed ...

Coward (disambiguation)

Coward Made Out of Babies album, 2006 The Coward 1915 film, an American silent historical war drama film "Coward", a rap song by Chip rapper Coward Nels Cline album, 2009 Coward Haste the Day album Coward-McCann, later Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, ...

Christian Gotlob Mengel

Mengel was born on 23 October 1716 in Schweidnitz, Silesia, the son of tailor Christian Friedrich M. and his wife, nee Reinert. He came to Copenhagen in 1740 where he was employed by the industrious publisher and book printer Jacob Preuss. Preuss ...

Love Thy Neighbor

Love Thy Neighbor or Love Thy Neighbour refers to the Biblical phrase "thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" from the Book of Leviticus and the New Testament about the ethic of reciprocity known as the Golden Rule. Love Thy Neighbor or Love Th ...

The Man Who Couldnt Say No (1958 film)

The Man Who Couldnt Say No is a 1958 comedy film directed by Kurt Fruh and starring Heinz Ruhmann, Hannelore Schroth and Siegfried Lowitz. It represented an early co-production between the Danish company Rialto Film and the German distributor Con ...

Gaffer

Gaffer filmmaking, the head of the electrical/lighting department Gaffer sailor, of a gaff rig boat Gaffer boss, a British colloquial term for "boss", "foreman" or "old man" Gaffer, a person who blows glass

Roar

Roar UK TV series, a CBBC television series about the animals in a zoo Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans, a 2014 Hindi-language Indian animal horror feature film Roar film, an American adventure-comedy film starring Tippi Hedren and Melanie Griffith ...

Paprika (disambiguation)

Paprika novel, by Yasutaka Tsutsui, 1993 Paprika song, by Foorin, 2018 Paprika, a character from TV series Blues Clues Paprika, a 2018 animated TV series by Xilam

Bestseller (disambiguation)

Best Sellers TV series, a 1976–1977 NBC mini-series Bestseller film, a 2010 South Korean mystery thriller film Best Seller, a 1987 film by John Flynn Bestsellers web series, an American comedy web television series

Soap (disambiguation)

Supplemental Offer and Acceptance Program, for medical students who were not initially matched with U.S. residencies by the National Resident Matching Program

Teddy bear (disambiguation)

"Teddy Bear", by Melanie Martinez from the digital deluxe edition of the album Cry Baby and the EP Cry Babys Extra Clutter. "Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear", 1957 number one hit for Elvis Presley "Teddy Bear" Red Sovine song, 1976 "Teddy Bear", a song ...

BIS

Bis is a Latin prefix or suffix designating the second instance of a thing, thus preceding ter. An example in recent modern usage is the ITU-T modem standard from the late 20th century, V.32 bis. Bis can also be used as a notation, which indicate ...

Taskmaster

Egyptian taskmaster, a role in The Ten Commandments 1956 film Taskmaster US TV series, an American version of the British show Taskmaster TV series, a British comedy panel show

The Millionaire

The Millionaire may refer to: The Millionaire 1921 film, an American silent drama film The Millionaire 1950 film, an Egyptian comedy film Thurston Howell III, a character on the U.S. television sitcom Gilligans Island The Millionaire 1947 film, a ...

Hanafi (disambiguation)

The Hanafi school is one of the four schools of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence. Hanafi, al-Hanafi, or Hanafy may also refer to: Hanafi Movement, 1958–1977 African American Muslim movement founded by Hamaas Abdul Khaalis 1973 Hanafi Muslim massacre, ...

The Emigrants

An emigrant is a person who has participated in emigration The Emigrants or Emigrant may refer to: The Last Letter Home 1959, Swedish title: Sista brevet till Sverige The Settlers novel 1956, Swedish title: Nybyggarna The Emigrants novel series, ...

Taxi (disambiguation)

A taxi is a vehicle for hire with a driver. Taxi may also refer to: Taxi pinball, a pinball machine Taxi book, a 2007 collection of stories by the Egyptian writer Khaled al-Khamissi Taxiing, moving an aircraft on the ground under its own power Ta ...

Rango

Rango video game, based on the 2011 film Rango 1931 film, a quasi-documentary Rango 2011 film, an animated comedy Rango TV series, a 1967 Western "Rango" song 2013, by Catfish and the Bottlemen

Err

Piz dErr, a mountain in the Albula Alps in Switzerland Err, Pyrenees-Orientales, a commune in the Pyrenees-Orientales department, France Errachidia Province, Morocco, by ISO 3166-2:MA code

EIC

Engineering Institute of Canada Edison Illuminating Company European Innovation Council, introduced by the European Commission to support the commercialization of high-risk, high-impact ideas Energy in Common, an American renewable energy organiz ...

Asso (disambiguation)

Asso is an Italian comune in the Province of Como. Asso or ASSO may alo refer to: Isotta Fraschini Asso XI, a V12 piston aeroengine produced in the 1930s Association of Revolutionary Visual Artists, a Communist artists organization in Germany 192 ...

Friend of Mine

"Friend of Mine", a song by Screaming Jets from their 1994 album The Screaming Jets "Friend of Mine", a song by Eve 6 from their 2003 album Its All in Your Head "Friends of Mine", a song by Buzzcocks from their 1977 album Spiral Scratch EP "Frien ...

TUT

TUT can refer to: Altaic languages ISO 639 alpha-3, tut The Unbelievable Truth, 2000s BBC radio comedy The Unquestionable Truth, 2005 Limp Bizkit album Tulip Television, a television station in Toyama, Japan Tramways & Urban Transit magazine Univ ...

Verona (disambiguation)

Verona is a town, an Episcopal see, and the capital city of the Province of Verona in Italy. During the Middle Ages it was the capital and namesake of the March of Verona. Verona may also refer to:

Tapeworm (film)

Tapeworm is a 2019 dark comedy directed by Milos Mitrovic and Fabian Velasco. It had its world premiere in the Future//Present section of the Vancouver International Film Festival. Described as an "anti-comedy", Tapeworm explores the loosely inte ...

Klaus von Rautenfeld

Klaus von Rautenfeld was a cinematographer. Of Baltic German origin, he was born in Estonia which was then part of the Russian Empire. During the 1930s he worked as an assistant cameraman for Luis Trenker. Following the Second World War he was ve ...

Superstar (disambiguation)

Rajinikanth born 1950, Indian film actor often credited as Superstar Rajinikanth Har Mar Superstar born 1978, musician from Minnesota WWE Superstar, a branding term referring to a WWE wrestler Princess Superstar aka Concetta Kirschner, born 1971, ...

First Family (disambiguation)

First Family is an unofficial title for the family of the family of the head of state or head of government of a country. First Family may also refer to: First Family comics, a superhero team from Kurt Busieks Astro City First Family film, a 1980 ...

Cloud Nine

Cloud Nine, a 1984 crime novel by James M. Cain Cloud 9 comics, a Marvel Comics superhero that debuted in Avengers: The Initiative Cloud 9 play, a 1979 play by Caryl Churchill

Stephanie (disambiguation)

Princess Stephanie disambiguation, several royals Stephanie South Korean singer, American singer in South Korea Stefanie Sun, a Singaporean singer-songwriter Stephanie McMahon, an American businesswoman and professional wrestling personality. Ste ...

Sakara

Sakara Records, a Finnish metal / rock record label Sakara, UK singer/songwriter Sakara, a Finnish word for pointed tip or cusp as in a pointed tip of a reindeer horn. Sakara drum, an instrument played by the Yoruba and Hausa peoples of Nigeria. ...

Willy (disambiguation)

Willie – Before His Time, a 1977 album by country singer Willie Nelson "Willie", a 2006 song by Cat Power from The Greatest "Willy", a song by Joni Mitchell from Ladies of the Canyon

The Man Who Couldnt Say No (1938 film)

The Man Who Couldnt Say No is a 1938 German romantic comedy film directed by Mario Camerini and starring Karl Ludwig Diehl, Karin Hardt and Leo Slezak. It is a remake of the 1936 Italian film But Its Nothing Serious also directed by Camerini. The ...

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home 1926 film, a silent film drama Home Sweet Home 2005 film, a Hong Kong horror film Home, Sweet Home 1933 film, a British film starring Richard Cooper Home, Sweet Home 1914 film, a film about the life of John Howard Payne Home Sweet ...

Dancing Pallbearers

Dancing Pallbearers, also known as Dancing Coffin and the Coffin Dance, are a Ghanaian group of pallbearers who are based in the coastal town of Prampram in the Greater Accra Region of southern Ghana, although they perform across the country as w ...

Level Up

Level Up! Games LevelUp, a mobile payment technology The process of increasing a character to a new experience level in some role-playing games, the same as "power-up"

Yolo

Yolo County, California Yolo, California, an unincorporated community and census-designated place Yolo County Airport Yolo City, the former name of Woodland, California Yolo, Missouri, an unincorporated community

Mizter Okyere

Daniel Okyere Donkor popularly known with his stage name Mizter Okyere is a Ghanaian saxophonist and producer. In 2019, he was awarded the Best Instrumentalist of the Year at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Adams apple (disambiguation)

An adams apple, or a laryngeal prominence, is a protrusion in the front of the throat, usually more noticeable in men than in women and children. Adams apple may also refer to: Adams Apple album, a 1966 album by Wayne Shorter Forbidden fruit Adam ...

Run Baby Run

Run Baby Run, a 1965 album by The Newbeats "Run, Baby Run Back Into My Arms", 1965 by The Newbeats "Run Baby Run", a song by Bustafunk feat. Andrew Roachford "Run Baby Run", a song by Deadstar "Run Baby Run" Amanda Lear song, 1978 "Run Baby Run" ...