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Walt Disney Studios

If there was ever a film studio most closely associated with a single man, it would be Disney. The entire history of this studio revolves around the dreams and visions of Walt Disney, and to this day, you can feel that in his movies and theme parks, and in the entire core of The Walt Disney Company.

Over the last few months or so I've posted about the "Big 6" in Hollywood, the major studios. So far, I've covered Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures, and Universal Pictures. Tonight, it's all about Walt Disney Studios. After we get through the "Big 6" I'll also be looking at the other majors of their era - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists, and RKO Pictures. As well, I'll end this series by looking this summer at some of the "mini-majors" today.

About the "Big 6"

The "Big Six" majors, whose operations are based in or around the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hollywood, are all centered in film studios active during Hollywood's Golden Age of the 1930s and 1940s. In three cases—20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., and Paramount—the studios were one of the "Big Five" majors during that era as well. In two cases—Columbia and Universal—the studios were also considered majors, but in the next tier down, part of the "Little Three". In the sixth case, Walt Disney Studios was an independent production company during the Golden Age; it was an important Hollywood entity, but not a major. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists, and RKO were majors.

Today, Disney is the only member of the Big Six whose parent entity is still located near Los Angeles (actually, on Disney's studio lot and in the same building). The five others report to conglomerates headquartered in New York City, Philadelphia, and Tokyo. Of the Big Six, Paramount is the only one still based in Hollywood, and Paramount and Fox are the only ones still located within the Los Angeles city limits, while Disney and Warner Bros. are located in Burbank, Columbia in Culver City, and Universal in the unincorporated area of Universal City.

About The Walt Disney Studios

Prior to the official opening of the Burbank lot in 1940, the Walt Disney Studios was located at several different locations in Los Angeles. During summer 1923, Walt Disney created "The Disney Bros. Cartoon Studio" in his uncle Robert Disney's garage, which was located at 4406 Kingswell Avenue, in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles (just east of Hollywood). This garage has been on display at the Stanley Ranch Museum in Garden Grove since the 1980s, several blocks away from Disneyland. His brother Roy O. Disney was also in Los Angeles at the time. During October 1923, the brothers leased office space on the rear side of a real estate agency's office at 4651 Kingswell Avenue. On October 16, 1923, Walt Disney accepted an offer from Margaret Winkler of Universal Studios to distribute the new Alice Comedies starring Virginia Davis. It was also at this site where on January 14, 1924, Walt Disney met his future wife Lillian Bounds, an "ink and paint" girl whom he personally hired. In February 1924, the studio moved next door to an office of its own at 4649 Kingswell Avenue. The late Robert Disney's residence and the small office building that is home to 4649 and 4651 Kingswell Avenue have survived to the present and are still in use.

In 1925, Walt Disney placed a deposit on a new, considerably larger lot at 2719 Hyperion Avenue, and the studio moved there in January 1926. It was here where, after a train journey with his wife Lillian, Walt fully created the character of Mickey Mouse in 1928. The first color animated film, the Silly Symphony Flowers and Trees and the first animated cartoon using the multiplane camera, The Old Mill was created. In 1937, the Hyperion studio produced the world's first full-length animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Disney's staff began to grow to a substantial size at the Hyperion studio, and Disney Legends such as Disney's Nine Old Men began their careers there. The Hyperion studio site was sold in 1940 and divided between two different industrial manufacturers, and in 1966 a subsequent owner demolished what was left of the studio complex and replaced it with the supermarket and shopping center that stand there today. To honor the company's former headquarters from 1926 to 1940, the name 'Hyperion' has been reused over the years by the Walt Disney Company for multiple divisions and attractions, including Hyperion Books and the Hyperion Theater at Disney California Adventure Park.

The current Walt Disney Studios, located at 500 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, was made possible by the revenue from the 1937 release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Walt Disney and his staff began the move from the old studio at Hyperion Avenue in Silver Lake on December 24, 1939, and was completed on May 6, 1940. Designed primarily by Kem Weber under the supervision of Walt Disney and his brother Roy, the Burbank Disney Studio buildings are the only studios that have been owned by The Walt Disney Company to survive from the Golden Age of filming. A bungalow and other small buildings that were located at the Hyperion Avenue location were moved to Burbank.

The Walt Disney Studios was originally designed around the animation process, with the large animation building in the center of the campus, and adjacent outlying buildings were built for the story department, the music department, the ink-and-paint departments, and the other various functions of the studio. Both above-ground walkways and tunnels connected the buildings, and the campus also included a movie theatre and a number of soundstages. The Disney feature The Reluctant Dragon, starring Robert Benchley, served as a tour of the then-new studio, which was also frequently seen and toured on the various Walt Disney television programs.

In the late 1940s, the studio began regular work on live-action features, as they needed the money. Though their first films were shot in England, the necessity to build live-action facilities still arose. Lacking the capital to do it themselves, Jack Webb offered to put up some of the money to build live-action soundstages in exchange for the right to use them (Webb used them to shoot much of the "Dragnet" TV series). During this time, backlots for exterior shots were also built and remained standing at the studios until after a major change in management in 1984.

In 1986, after the corporate restructuring of Walt Disney Productions into The Walt Disney Company, the studio lot was remodeled to accommodate more live-action production space and administrative offices. The studio lot is now home to multiple office and administration buildings and 10 soundstages. It is bounded by South Buena Vista Street on the west, West Alameda Street on the north, South Keystone Street on the east, and West Riverside Drive on the south. It sits in an area of Burbank where the street grid is offset at a diagonal, but most of the original buildings and roads within the campus itself were laid out in alignment with the cardinal directions.

About Walt Disney, The Man

Walter Elias "Walt" Disney (December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer he received 22 Academy Awards from 59 nominations and has won more individual Oscars than anyone else. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and one Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.

Born in Chicago in 1901, Disney developed an early interest in drawing. He took art classes as a boy and got a job as a commercial illustrator at the age of 18. He moved to Hollywood in the early 1920s and set up the Disney Brothers Studio (later The Walt Disney Company) with his brother Roy. With Ub Iwerks, Walt developed the character Mickey Mouse in 1928, his first highly popular success; he also provided the voice for his creation in the early years. As the studio grew, Disney became more adventurous, introducing synchronized sound, full-color three-strip Technicolor, feature-length cartoons and technical developments in cameras. The results, seen in features such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Fantasia, Pinocchio (both 1940), Dumbo (1941) and Bambi (1942), furthered the development of animated film. New animated and live-action films followed after World War II, including the critically successful Cinderella (1950) and Mary Poppins (1964), the second of which received five Academy Awards.

In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland. To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair and the 1960 Winter Olympics. In 1965 he began development of another theme park, Disney World (now Walt Disney World), the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow" (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before the park or city was completed.

Disney was a shy, self-deprecating and insecure man in private but adopted a warm and outgoing public persona. However he had high standards and high expectations of those with whom he worked. Although there have been accusations that he was racist or anti-Semitic, they have been contradicted by many who knew him. His reputation changed in the years after his death, from a purveyor of homely patriotic values to a representative of American imperialism. He nevertheless remains an important figure in the history of animation and in the cultural history of the United States, where he is considered a national cultural icon. His film work continues to be shown and adapted; his studio maintains high standards in its production of popular entertainment, and the Disney amusement parks have grown in size and number to attract visitors from many countries.

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Complete List of Walt Disney Movies (through 2013)

# 1 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
# 2 Pinocchio
# 3 Fantasia
# 4 The Reluctant Dragon
# 5 Dumbo
# 6 Bambi
# 7 Victory Through Air Power
# 8 Saludos Amigos
# 9 Three Caballeros
# 10 Make Mine Music
# 11 Song of the South
# 12 Fun and Fancy Free
# 13 So Dear to My Heart
# 14 Melody Time
# 15 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad
# 16 Treasure Island
# 17 Cinderella
# 18 Alice in Wonderland
# 19 The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
# 20 Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue
# 21 The Sword and the Rose
# 22 Peter Pan
# 23 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
# 24 The Littlest Outlaw
# 25 Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
# 26 Lady and the Tramp
# 27 Westward Ho, The Wagons!
# 28 Davy Crockett and the River Pirates
# 29 The Great Locomotive Chase
# 30 Johnny Tremain
# 31 Old Yeller
# 32 The Light in the Forest
# 33 Tonka
# 34 Third Man on the Mountain
# 35 Darby O'Gill and the Little People
# 36 The Shaggy Dog
# 37 Sleeping Beauty (1959)
# 38 The Sign of Zorro
# 39 Ten Who Dared
# 40 Kidnapped
# 41 Pollyanna (1960 film)
# 42 Toby Tyler
# 43 Swiss Family Robinson
# 44 Greyfriars Bobby
# 45 Babes in Toyland
# 46 The Parent Trap
# 47 The Absent-Minded Professor
# 48 101 Dalmatians (Animated)
# 49 The Legend of Lobo
# 50 Almost Angels
# 51 In Search of Castaways
# 52 Moon Pilot
# 53 Big Red
# 54 Bon Voyage!
# 55 Son of Flubber
# 56 Savage Sam
# 57 Miracle of the White Stallions
# 58 Summer Magic
# 59 The Incredible Journey
# 60 The Sword in the Stone
# 61 A Tiger Walks
# 62 The Misadventures of Merlin Jones
# 63 The Three Lives of Thomasina
# 64 The Moon-Spinners
# 65 Emil and the Detectives
# 66 Mary Poppins
# 67 The Monkey's Uncle
# 68 Those Calloways
# 69 That Darn Cat!
# 70 Follow Me, Boys!
# 71 The Fighting Prince of Donegal
# 72 Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.
# 73 The Ugly Dachshund
# 74 The Happiest Millionaire
# 75 Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar
# 76 The Gnome-Mobile
# 77 The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin
# 78 Monkeys, Go Home!
# 79 The Jungle Book
# 80 Never A Dull Moment
# 81 Blackbeard's Ghost
# 82 The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band
# 83 The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit
# 84 The Love Bug
# 85 Rascal
# 86 Smith!
# 87 The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
# 88 The Wild Country
# 89 King of the Grizzlies
# 90 The Boatniks
# 91 Smoke
# 92 The Aristocats
# 93 Scandalous John
# 94 The Barefoot Executive
# 95 The Million Dollar Duck
# 96 Bedknobs and broomsticks
# 97 Chandar, the Black Leopard of Ceylon
# 98 Run, Cougar, Run
# 99 Napoleon and Samantha
# 100 Snowball Express
# 101 The Biscuit Eater
# 102 Now You See Him, Now You Don't
# 103 The World's Greatest Athlete
# 104 Charley and the Angel
# 105 One Little Indian
# 106 Mustang
# 107 Superdad
# 108 Robin Hood
# 109 The Island at the Top of the World
# 110 Castaway Cowboy
# 111 The Bears and I
# 112 Herbie Rides Again
# 113 Ride a Wild Pony
# 114 The Boy Who Talked to Badgers
# 115 One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing
# 116 Escape to Witch Mountain
# 117 The Strongest Man in the World
# 118 The Apple Dumpling Gang
# 119 Escape From The Dark (The Littlest Horse Thieves)
# 120 Treasure of Matecumbe
# 121 No Deposit, No Return
# 122 Freaky Friday
# 123 The Shaggy D.A.
# 124 Gus
# 125 Candleshoe
# 126 The Rescuers
# 127 A Tale of Two Critters
# 128 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
# 129 Pete's Dragon
# 130 Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo
# 131 Hot Lead and Cold Feet
# 132 Return From Witch Mountain
# 133 The Cat from Outer Space
# 134 Unidentified Flying Oddball
# 135 The North Avenue Irregulars
# 136 The Black Hole
# 137 Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again
# 138 Watcher in the Woods
# 139 Midnight Madness
# 140 Popeye
# 141 The Last Flight of Noah's Ark
# 142 Herbie Goes Bananas
# 143 Dragonslayer
# 144 Amy
# 145 The Devil and Max Devlin
# 146 Condorman
# 147 The Fox and the Hound
# 148 Tex
# 149 Night Crossing
# 150 Tron
# 151 Something Wicked This Way Comes
# 152 Trenchcoat
# 153 Tiger Town
# 154 Never Cry Wolf
# 155 Love Leads the Way
# 156 Where the Toys Come From
# 157 Return to Oz
# 158 The Black Cauldron
# 159 The Journey of Natty Gann
# 160 One Magic Christmas
# 161 Basil the Great Mouse Detective
# 162 Flight of the Navigator
# 163 Benji the Hunted
# 164 The Brave Little Toaster
# 165 Return to Snowy River
# 166 Oliver and company
# 167 Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
# 168 Cheetah
# 169 The Little Mermaid
# 170 Shipwrecked
# 171 DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
# 172 Rescuers Down Under
# 173 Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
# 174 Rocketeer
# 175 White Fang (1991 film)
# 176 Beauty and the Beast
# 177 Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
# 178 The Muppet Christmas Carol
# 179 The Mighty Ducks
# 180 The Newsies
# 181 Aladdin
# 182 The Nightmare Before Christmas
# 183 A Far Off Place
# 184 Hocus Pocus
# 185 The Three Musketeers
# 186 Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
# 187 Cool Runnings
# 188 The Adventures of Huck Finn
# 189 Squanto: A Warrior's Tale
# 190 Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book
# 191 Blank Check
# 192 Iron Will
# 193 White Fang 2
# 194 D2: The Mighty Ducks
# 195 Angels in the Outfield
# 196 The Santa Clause
# 197 The Lion King
# 198 Tall Tale
# 199 Man of the House
# 200 Heavy Weights
# 201 A Goofy Movie
# 202 Pocahontas
# 203 Operation Dumbo Drop
# 204 A Kid in King Arthur's Court
# 205 The Big Green
# 206 Tom and Huck
# 207 Toy Story
# 208 First Kid
# 209 James and the Giant Peach
# 210 Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
# 211 D3: The Mighty Ducks
# 212 The Hunchback of Notre Dame
# 213 101 Dalmatians (1996 film)
# 214 Muppet Treasure Island
# 215 Tower of Terror
# 216 Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
# 217 Jungle 2 Jungle
# 218 Rocket Man
# 219 Under Wraps
# 220 Northern Lights
# 221 Angels in the Endzone
# 222 Air Bud
# 223 That Darn Cat
# 224 George of the Jungle
# 225 Hercules
# 226 Flubber
# 227 Mr Magoo
# 228 You Lucky Dog
# 229 Halloweentown
# 230 Brink!
# 231 A Knight in Camelot
# 232 The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit
# 233 Meet the Deedles
# 234 Mulan
# 235 The Parent Trap
# 236 Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
# 237 Air Bud: Golden Receiver
# 238 I'll Be Home for Christmas
# 239 Mighty Joe Young
# 240 Lion King II: Simbas Pride
# 241 A Bug's Life
# 242 Don't Look Under the Bed
# 243 Genius
# 244 The Thirteenth Year
# 245 Johnny Tsunami
# 246 Can of Worms
# 247 Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century
# 248 Horse Sense
# 249 Smart House
# 250 Endurance
# 251 My Favorite Martian
# 252 Doug's 1st Movie
# 253 The Straight Story
# 254 Tarzan
# 255 Inspector Gadget (film)
# 256 H-E Double Hockey Sticks
# 257 Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
# 258 Fantasia 2000
# 259 Toy Story 2
# 260 The Ultimate Christmas Present
# 261 Phantom of the Megaplex
# 262 Mom's Got a Date With a Vampire
# 263 The Other Me
# 264 Quints
# 265 Ready to Run
# 266 Stepsister from Planet Weird
# 267 Miracle In Lane 2
# 268 Rip Girls
# 269 Alley Cats Strike
# 270 The Color of Friendship
# 271 Up, Up, and Away
# 272 Angels in the Infield
# 273 Air Bud 3: World Pup
# 274 Mail To The Chief
# 275 Geppetto
# 276 An Extremely Goofy Movie
# 277 Whispers: An Elephant's Tale
# 278 Dinosaur
# 279 The Kid
# 280 Little Mermaid II, The: Return to the Sea
# 281 Remember The Titans
# 282 102 Dalmatians
# 283 The Emperor's New Groove
# 284 Jett Jackson: The Movie
# 285 The Other Side of Heaven
# 286 Twas the Night
# 287 Halloweentown II: Kalabar's Revenge
# 288 The Poof Point
# 289 Jumping Ship
# 290 The Jennie Project
# 291 Hounded
# 292 The Luck of the Irish
# 293 Zenon: The Zequel
# 294 Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
# 295 Motocrossed
# 296 Recess: School's Out
# 297 Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
# 298 Atlantis: The Lost Empire
# 299 Spirited Away
# 300 The Princess Diaries (film)
# 301 Max Keeble's Big Move
# 302 Monsters, Inc.
# 303 Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
# 304 The Scream Team
# 305 A Ring of Endless Light
# 306 Gotta Kick It Up!
# 307 Get a Clue
# 308 Tru Confessions
# 309 Cadet Kelly
# 310 Double Teamed
# 311 Snow Dogs
# 312 Return to Never Land
# 313 Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
# 314 Lilo & Stitch
# 315 The Country Bears
# 316 Tuck Everlasting
# 317 Santa Clause 2: The Mrs. Clause
# 318 Treasure Planet
# 319 Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year
# 320 The Rookie
# 321 Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time
# 322 Air Bud: Spikes Back
# 323 Full-Court Miracle
# 324 The Cheetah Girls
# 325 Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off
# 326 The Even Stevens Movie
# 327 Right on Track
# 328 You Wish!
# 329 Brother Bear
# 330 101 Dalmations II: Patch's London Adventure
# 331 The Jungle Book 2
# 332 Inspector Gadget 2
# 333 Piglet's Big Movie
# 334 Holes
# 335 Atlantis: Milo's Return
# 336 Lizzie Mcguire Movie
# 337 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
# 338 Freaky Friday
# 339 George of the Jungle 2
# 340 Haunted Mansion
# 341 The Young Black Stallion
# 342 Finding Nemo
# 343 Going to the Mat
# 344 Pixel Perfect
# 345 Zenon: Z3
# 346 Halloweentown High
# 347 Tiger Cruise
# 348 Stuck in the Suburbs
# 349 Teacher's Pet
# 350 Miracle
# 351 Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
# 352 Home on the Range
# 353 Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo
# 354 Around the World in 80 Days
# 355 The Three Musketeers
# 356 The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
# 357 Howl's Moving Castle
# 358 Mulan II
# 359 National Treasure
# 360 Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
# 361 The Lion King 1 1/2
# 362 The Incredibles
# 363 Emperor's New Groove 2: Kronk's New Groove
# 364 the greatest game ever played
# 365 Valiant
# 366 Once Upon A Mattress
# 367 Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama
# 368 Go Figure
# 369 Life Is Ruff
# 370 The Proud Family Movie
# 371 Twitches
# 372 Lilo and Stitch 2: Stich Has a Glitch
# 373 Pooh's Heffalump Movie
# 374 The Pacifier
# 375 Ice Princess
# 376 Sky High
# 377 Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie
# 378 Now You See It
# 379 Buffalo Dreams
# 380 Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe
# 381 Chicken Little
# 382 Herbie Fully Loaded
# 383 Air Buddies
# 384 Read It and Weep
# 385 Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
# 386 Cow Belles
# 387 The Cheetah Girls 2
# 388 Return to Halloweentown
# 389 High School Musical
# 390 Brother Bear 2
# 391 The Fox and the Hound 2
# 392 Glory Road
# 393 Bambi II
# 394 Cars
# 395 Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
# 396 Invincible
# 397 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
# 398 The Wild
# 399 Eight Below
# 400 The Shaggy Dog
# 401 The Secret of the Magic Gourd
# 402 My Friends Tigger and Pooh: Super Sleuth Christmas
# 403 Twitches Too
# 404 High School Musical 2
# 405 National Treasure: Book of Secrets
# 406 Enchanted
# 407 The Game Plan
# 408 Ratatouille
# 409 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
# 410 Underdog
# 411 Cinderella III: A Twist in Time
# 412 Bridge to Terabithia
# 413 Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board
# 414 Jump In!
# 415 Meet the Robinsons
# 416 Snow Buddies
# 417 The Cheetah Girls: One World
# 418 Bedtime Stories
# 419 Little Mermaid III - Ariel's Beginning
# 420 Tinker Bell
# 421 Bolt
# 422 Camp Rock
# 423 Minutemen
# 424 Beverly Hills Chihuahua
# 425 College Road Trip
# 426 Wall E
# 427 High School Musical 3: Senior Year
# 428 Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
# 429 Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie
# 430 Santa Buddies
# 431 A Christmas Carol
# 432 Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
# 433 Old Dogs
# 434 Princess Protection Program
# 435 Ponyo
# 436 The Princess and the Frog
# 437 Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too
# 438 Hatching Pete
# 439 Dadnapped
# 440 G-Force
# 441 Space Buddies
# 442 Up
# 443 Hannah Montana: The Movie
# 444 Race to Witch Mountain
# 445 The Search for Santa Paws
# 446 Avalon High
# 447 Den Brother
# 448 Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
# 449 Secretariat
# 450 Tangled
# 451 Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue
# 452 TRON: Legacy
# 453 The Sorcerers Apprentice
# 454 Star Struck
# 455 Toy Story 3
# 456 Prince of Persia : Sands of Time
# 457 Alice in Wonderland
# 458 Geek Charming
# 459 Good Luck Charlie, It's Christmas!
# 460 Phineas & Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension
# 461 Spooky Buddies
# 462 The Muppets
# 463 Once Upon A Warrior (Anaganaga O Dheerudu)
# 464 The Suite Life Movie
# 465 Sharpay's Fabulous Adventure
# 466 Lemonade Mouth
# 467 Winnie the Pooh
# 468 Prom
# 469 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
# 470 Cars 2
# 471 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
# 472 Mars Needs Moms
# 473 Girl vs. Monster
# 474 Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups
# 475 Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess
# 476 Radio Rebel
# 477 Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!
# 478 Treasure Buddies
# 479 The Secret World of Arrietty
# 480 Frankenweenie
# 481 Wreck-It Ralph
# 482 Frenemies
# 483 John Carter
# 484 The Odd Life of Timothy Green
# 485 Brave
# 486 Let It Shine
# 487 Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings
# 488 Teen Beach Movie
# 489 Planes
# 490 Super Buddies
# 491 Oz: The Great and Powerful
# 492 The Lone Ranger 2013
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An African-American coach leads a high school football team that has just been racially integrated, despite the locals' objections, in 1971 Virginia.

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Year: 2000
Certificate: PG
Duration: 1hr 53m

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18 days ago - Via - View - Alisha Dunn : ISO 155 Movies at competitive prices: AKA: My DEMANDS list (LOL) Verified Sellers ONLY A few aren't ...
ISO 155 Movies at competitive prices:
Verified Sellers ONLY
A few aren't out yet. A lot of Oldies but Goodies

4 Life
Accountant, The
Act of Valor
Alice in Wonderland 1: 2010
Alice in Wonderland 2: Through the Looking Glass, 2016
All She Wants for Christmas
American History X
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Bad Boys 3
Barber Shop 1
Barber Shop 2
Barber Shop 3: The Next Cut
Batman v Superman
Beauty and the Beast
Beauty Shop
BFG, The
Boat Trip
Bridge of Spies
Bringing Down the House
Brother Bear
Bugs Life, A
Captain America 2: Civil War
Central Intelligence
Charlie Wilson's War
Christmas Carol, A
Christmas Story, A
Conjuring 2, The
Conjuring, The
Count of Monte Cristo
Dances with Wolves
Dead Poet's Society
Dead Presidents
Déjà Vu
Enemy of the State
Final Destination 5: 2011
Finding Dory
Freaky Friday
From Dusk Till Dawn
Game, The
Ghostbusters 2016
God's Not Dead
God's Not Dead 2
Gods of Egypt
Gone With the Wind
Great Debaters, The
How Stella Got Her Groove Back
How to be a Player
Huntsman: Winter's War, The
Hurt Locker, The
Ice Age 5: Collision Course 2016
Imitation of Life 1934
Imitation of Life 1959
Independence Day 2016
Inglourious Basterds
Iron Man 1, The
Iron Man 2, The
It's a Wonderful Life
Jackie Brown
Jason Bourne
Joy Ride
Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead
Jungle Book, 2016
King's Speech, The
Kung Fu Panda 3
L.A. Confidential
Legend of Bagger Vance
Life Is Beautiful
Lion King, The
Long Kiss Goodnight, The
Love Jones
Magnificent Seven, The
Malcolm X
Meet the Robinsons
Michael Jackson's This Is It
Miracle on 34th Street
Mist, The
Monsters University
Mr. 3000
Mr. Brooks
Murder of Crows, A
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
National Treasure 2
Natural Born Killers
Neighbors 2, Sorority Rising
Nine Months
Now You See Me 2
O Brother, Where Art Thou
Once Upon a Time in the West
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest:
Original Sin
Out of Time
Parent Trap, The
Pearl Harbor
Perfect Stranger
Pianist, The
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pirates of the Caribbean II, Dead Man's Chest
Pirates of the Caribbean III, At World's End
Pirates of the Caribbean IV, On Stranger Tides
Presumed Innocent
Princess Diaries
Princess Diaries 2
Pulp Fiction
Purge, 3
Recruit, The
Reindeer Games
Remember The Titans
Requiem for a Dream
Reservoir Dogs
Road To Perdition
Santa Clause
Santa Clause 2
Santa Clause 3
Save the Last Dance 2
Separation, A
Shark Tale
Shining, The
Sixth Sense
Sleeping Beauty
Stand by Me
Star Trek 13: Beyond
Sweet Home Alabama
Take the Lead
Terminal, The
Thousand Words, A
To Kill a Mockingbird
Truman Show, The
Universal Soldier
Whisky Tango Foxtrot
X-Men 7: Apocalypse
23 days ago - Via Community - View - John Morrison : The 25 Most WTF Episodes in "Supernatural" Supernatural is dark, scary, suspenseful — and sometimes...
The 25 Most WTF Episodes in "Supernatural"

Supernatural is dark, scary, suspenseful — and sometimes, completely ridiculous. Here are 25 of the weirdest episodes so far.

Louis Peitzman
BuzzFeed Staff

25. “Bad Day at Black Rock” (Season 3, Episode 3)

What makes it weird: After happening upon a lucky rabbit's foot, Sam's luck drastically improves — he wins thousands of dollars in a lottery and finds a gold watch. But once he loses the foot, he loses his luck. And his shoe.
Does it work: Yes! It's wacky and delightful. Sam's reaction to losing his shoe remains one of his most precious moments ever.

24. “A Very Supernatural Christmas” (Season 3, Episode 8)

What makes it weird: When people start disappearing up their chimneys at Christmas, Sam and Dean suspect that an evil Santa is responsible. They end up discovering a far more diabolical enemy, pagan gods disguised as a sweet suburban couple.
Does it work: Yep. The episode is funny and surprisingly dark. As fun as an evil Santa would have been, the killer suburbanites are a nice touch.

23. “LARP and the Real Girl” (Season 8, Episode 11)

What makes it weird: Sorry, LARPers — LARPing (that is, Live Action Role-Playing) is inherently weird. Sam and Dean going undercover (and getting kind of into it) makes it all that much weirder. Also, there's a fairy.
Does it work: Despite Supernatural's occasional unkindness to the nerd community, this episode is pretty great. It helps that Charlie (Felicia Day) gets to mack on the hot fairy.

22. “Ghostfacers” (Season 3, Episode 13)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean find themselves in the middle of a reality show when they bump into wannabe ghost hunters filming the pilot of Ghostfacers. And yes, it's basically SyFy's Ghost Hunters but way less professional.
Does it work: It really does. Ed (A.J. Buckley) and Harry (Travis Wester) are so much fun they got their own web series. And they also show up in the next episode on the list.

21. “It’s a Terrible Life” (Season 4, Episode 17)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean don't know each other. Also their names are Sam Wesson and Dean Smith, and they work for the Sandover Bridge and Iron Company, where employees are starting to kill themselves.
Does it work: It's a bit jarring at first, but it's all worthwhile in the end. It's always fun seeing Sam and Dean out of character. Plus, we meet meddling angel Zachariah (Kurt Fuller).

20. “Monster Movie” (Season 4, Episode 5)

What makes it weird: The whole episode is in black-and-white, for starters. Perhaps more to the point, the monster is a Dracula-style vampire, like nothing Sam and Dean have seen before. And he's also a werewolf. And maybe a mummy. (He's a really nerdy shapeshifter.)
Does it work: Yes, especially if you dig references to classic horror.

19. “Yellow Fever” (Season 4, Episode 6)

What makes it weird: The episode begins with Dean running in terror from... a Yorkie. It turns out Dean is infected with fear and will literally die of fright in 48 hours. But as dire as the threat is, it's hard to take seriously when Dean is screaming at just about everything, no matter how innocuous.
Does it work: It's one of the funniest episodes of Supernatural to date. So yes. Yes, it does.

18. “Live Free or Twihard” (Season 6, Episode 5)

What makes it weird: The title kind of spells it out. When Dean and Sam investigate the disappearance of a girl named Kristen (ahem) — whose laptop password is "Pattinson" (cough) — they discover that a group of vampires is going after Twilight fans and other human vampire obsessives. Oh, and Dean becomes a vampire.
Does it work: It's hard to live up to that title, but there's still a lot to like. At the same time, this episode just isn't as fun as it should be.

17. “Clap Your Hands If You Believe…” (Season 6, Episode 9)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean are called to investigate a series of UFO encounters, which would be strange enough. But those UFO encounters turn out to be the work of fairies. A fairy is microwaved, a leprechaun gets tricked, and Dean tackles a little person.
Does it work: To some extent. As with other later Supernatural episodes, the concept is more exciting than the execution.

16. “Remember the Titans” (Season 8, Episode 16)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean meet a man named Shane (John Reardon) — at least, that's the name they're given. Once they learn that Shane dies every day, the brothers realize he is actually the Greek mythological figure Prometheus, on the run from Artemis and Zeus.
Does it work: It mostly does. With so much going on in the background, it's nice to take a break with such an odd little episode.

15. “My Heart Will Go On” (Season 6, Episode 17)

What makes it weird: Once again, we're plunked into an alternate reality without any explanation. Here, Bobby is married to Ellen (Samantha Ferris), who is still very much alive. It turns out Balthazar (Sebastian Roché) changed fate so that the Titanic never sunk, screwing everything up in the process.
Does it work: Yes. It's just really, really sad. Bobby has just lost Rufus (Steven Williams), and now he has to lose Ellen all over again. Poor Bobby.

14. “Pac-Man Fever” (Season 8, Episode 20)

What makes it weird: Charlie is captured by a djinn that feeds off fear. She's trapped in a nightmare based on the video game The Red Scare, in which she (and later Dean) have to protect a hospital from super-soldier vampires.
Does it work: Yep, and once again, it's a nice blend of fun and melancholy, once we learn the real reason Charlie is haunted by this particular hospital.

13. “Bitten” (Season 8, Episode 4)

What makes it weird: This is perhaps the most unusually formatted Supernatural episode, composed primarily of found footage, and with 20 minutes before the first commercial break. The plot revolves around three college students and their encounter with pureblood werewolves.
Does it work: For the most part, yes. It's very light on Sam and Dean, but the story (and stylistic weirdness) is engaging enough to carry the episode.

12. “Mystery Spot” (Season 3, Episode 11)

What makes it weird: It's Groundhog Day! Well, not exactly. But Sam keeps reliving the same day over and over again — and that's especially problematic because it's the day Dean dies. Eventually the day stops repeating, and Sam has to move on without Dean until he can track down the Trickster (Richard Speight Jr.).
Does it work: Yes! The time-loop trope has appeared in many sci-fi and fantasy series, but this is one of the most effective episodes of the genre.

11. “The Monster at the End of This Book” (Season 4, Episode 18)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean learn about the book series Supernatural, which is about... two hunters named Sam and Dean. Things get very meta, very fast, as the brothers learn all about the Sam Girls, the Dean Girls, and — yes — slash fanfic.
Does it work: It so does. What's great is that it actually makes a sort of sense, as the books' author Chuck Shurley (Rob Benedict) turns out to be a prophet writing the Winchester Gospels.

10. “Hunteri Heroici” (Season 8, Episode 8)

What makes it weird: People are dying in oddly cartoonish ways, like getting smashed by an anvil. Sam, Dean, and Castiel discover that the man behind it doesn't even realize he's doing it: Fred Jones (Mike Farrell) is a senile psychokinetic who watches too many cartoons.
Does it work: It's funny and gross, which is always a great combination. Plus, it has Castiel's first attempts at being a hunter. So yes.

9. “Hammer of the Gods” (Season 5, Episode 19)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean wind up at a hotel called Elysian Fields (wink, wink) where they encounter a group of gods attempting to thwart Lucifer's apocalypse. Everyone from Chinese folk god Zao Shen (King Lau) to Hindu deity Kali (Rekha Sharma) make an appearance.
Does it work: Meh. There's way too much going on. Also, while Supernatural has established the existence of multiple gods, this is really a lot to take in.

8. “Slumber Party” (Season 9, Episode 4)

What makes it weird: Well, it's another Charlie episode, so what does that tell you? This one has Charlie and the Winchesters teaming up with Dorothy from Oz to kill the Wicked Witch of the West. And it ends with Charlie heading off down the yellow brick road.
Does it work: Sadly, not so much. While Dorothy explains that the Oz books screwed with her mythology, it's still disappointing that very little here feels like Oz. Kind of a bummer.

7. “Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magical Menagerie” (Season 7, Episode 14)

What makes it weird: There are evil clowns that explode into glitter and a homicidal unicorn, all because someone who works at Plucky Pennywhistle's Magical Menagerie is in a very bad mood. But who cares about the human villain when Sam's being chased by clowns?
Does it work: It might actually be a little too silly — if that's possible — but it's fun.

6. “Dog Dean Afternoon” (Season 9, Episode 5)

What makes it weird: Well, Dean turns into a dog. Not exactly — he just starts to act like a dog, which means yelling at the mailman, riding with his head out of the car window, and trying to kill pigeons. There's a shaman involved, but did I mention Dean can talk to animals?
Does it work: It's completely absurd and baffling on several levels, so yes, it definitely does.

5. “The Real Ghostbusters” (Season 5, Episode 9)

What makes it weird: Sam and Dean attend a Supernatural fan convention, where they encounter — you guessed it — a bunch of people cosplaying as Sam and Dean. In case that's not enough, two of the Sam and Dean cosplayers are actually boyfriends. Aww.
Does it work: Yes, with a but. Supernatural is great at breaking the fourth wall, but it sometimes takes things a little too far in the way it characterizes fandom. Becky (Emily Rosen) always feels a little cruel.

4. “Fallen Idols” (Season 5, Episode 5)

What makes it weird: Oh, where to begin? A man is crushed by James Dean's car. Sam is attacked by the supposed ghost of Gandhi. And the brothers face off against Paris Hilton. In fact, the monster is just a shapeshifting pagan god, but seriously, Paris Hilton.
Does it work: Better than it should! Never has "Special Guest Star Paris Hilton" been less of a bad thing. This is actually pretty fun.

3. “Season Seven, Time for a Wedding!” (Season 7, Episode 8)

What makes it weird: As the very meta title suggests, someone's getting married. And it's Sam! To... Becky. Naturally, this turns out to be the work of a love potion but the fact that Sam actually marries a fangirl sends this into WTF territory.
Does it work: It doesn't. Again, Becky is just too cruel a caricature of fandom. The way she takes advantage of Sam is more unpleasant than funny.

2. “Changing Channels” (Season 5, Episode 8)

What makes it weird: The Trickster sends Sam and Dean into TV land, where they find themselves in a Grey's Anatomy-esque medical show (Dr. Sexy M.D.), a sitcom, a CSI-style procedural, and a genital herpes commercial.
Does it work: Yes. It's pretty much the best. The Grey's Anatomy parody is particularly good.

1. “The French Mistake” (Season 6, Episode 15)

What makes it weird: There's breaking the fourth wall, and then there's "The French Mistake." Sam and Dean are transported to an alternate universe where they're the actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, filming a show called Supernatural. It's exactly as insane as it sounds. And poor Misha Collins dies.
Does it work: Yes and no. Turns out it's possible to take the meta too far. That having been said, everyone is clearly having a blast in this episode, and it's at least entertaining.
23 days ago - Via Reshared Post - View - Heather B : Work was Hell. Glad to finally be home. Course I will be back first thing in the morning. But at least...
Work was Hell. Glad to finally be home. Course I will be back first thing in the morning. But at least I am home for now. Remember the Titans is on, great football movie so at least I can watch that and rest.
29 days ago - Via Google+ - View - Sam F : I need to use the tmobile credits and I am torn between Miracle, Remember the Titans and Cool Runnings...
I need to use the tmobile credits and I am torn between Miracle, Remember the Titans and Cool Runnings....damn you disney for not putting these on sale more often
1 month ago - Via Community - View - Grand Comics Database : Boaz Yakin (born 20 June 1966, USA) is a screenwriter and film director based in New York City. He has...
Boaz Yakin (born 20 June 1966, USA) is a screenwriter and film director based in New York City. He has written such screenplays as Fresh and A Price Above Rubies, and he directed the feature film Remember the Titans, among others.

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1 month ago - Via - View - Xero The Hitman : Eaяʟ Cıɛʟ's Aᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ Qᴜɪᴢ ◊──────────────◊ ⎾🄽🄾🄼🄸🄽🄰🅃🄴🄳 🄱🅈:⏌ ❚⌈♚⌋→ Aвσυт Yσυя A∂мιи ─────...
Eaяʟ Cıɛʟ's Aᴍᴀᴢɪɴɢ Qᴜɪᴢ


❚⌈♚⌋→ Aвσυт Yσυя A∂мιи
❥⚬R͟e͟a͟l͟ N͟a͟m͟e͟: Tyler
❥⚬A͟g͟e͟: 14, but I'll be 15 in 6 days
❥⚬G͟e͟n͟d͟e͟r͟: Male
❥⚬R͟a͟c͟e͟: White
❥⚬N͟a͟t͟i͟o͟n͟a͟l͟i͟t͟y͟: American
❥⚬R͟e͟l͟i͟g͟i͟o͟n͟: Agnostic tbh
❥⚬S͟t͟a͟t͟u͟s͟: Poisoned, Asleep, Paralyzed, Burned, and Confused nigga
❥⚬B͟i͟r͟t͟h͟d͟a͟y͟: 6/21/2001
❥⚬Z͟o͟d͟i͟a͟c͟: Gemini
❥⚬H͟a͟i͟r͟ C͟o͟l͟o͟r͟: Brown
❥⚬E͟y͟e͟ C͟o͟l͟o͟r͟: Gray
❥⚬H͟a͟v͟e͟ T͟a͟t͟t͟o͟o͟s͟?: Nah
❥⚬P͟i͟e͟r͟c͟i͟n͟g͟s͟?: Definitely Not
❥⚬W͟e͟a͟r͟ G͟l͟a͟s͟s͟e͟s͟?: Broken, been broken for years tbh
❥⚬C͟o͟n͟t͟a͟c͟t͟s͟?: Nah
❥⚬B͟r͟a͟c͟e͟s͟?: Used to

❚⌈♛⌋→ Yσυя G+ A¢¢συит
❥⚬P͟e͟r͟s͟o͟n͟a͟l͟ o͟r͟ F͟a͟n͟d͟o͟m͟?: Que?
❥⚬H͟o͟w͟ m͟a͟n͟y͟ a͟l͟t͟s͟?: None
❥⚬W͟h͟e͟n͟ d͟i͟d͟ y͟o͟u͟ j͟o͟i͟n͟ G͟+?: October 2011
❥⚬A͟e͟s͟t͟h͟e͟t͟i͟c͟ o͟r͟ T͟r͟a͟s͟h͟?: Black People
❥⚬S͟h͟i͟t͟p͟o͟s͟t͟s͟ o͟r͟ L͟e͟g͟i͟t͟ p͟o͟s͟t͟s͟?: Both
❥⚬M͟a͟t͟c͟h͟i͟n͟g͟ w͟i͟t͟h͟ a͟n͟y͟o͟n͟e͟?: Planning on matching with +Akito Reith and +Joey Sakowski as the Actor Squad (cuz I'm Vince Vaughn :^) )
❥⚬N͟e͟w͟b͟i͟e͟ o͟r͟ E͟x͟p͟e͟r͟t͟?: Expert?
❥⚬O͟r͟g͟a͟n͟i͟z͟e͟d͟ o͟r͟ M͟e͟s͟s͟y͟?: Both

❚⌈♜⌋→ Dσ Yσυ. . .
❥⚬W͟r͟i͟t͟e͟?: Songs, Poems, Stories
❥⚬R͟o͟l͟e͟p͟l͟a͟y͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬S͟i͟n͟g͟?: I wish i were good, but yes
❥⚬D͟r͟a͟w͟?: No cuz I'm shit
❥⚬E͟d͟i͟t͟?: No cuz I'm shit
❥⚬E͟x͟e͟r͟c͟i͟s͟e͟?: Yeah
❥⚬P͟l͟a͟y͟ S͟p͟o͟r͟t͟s͟?: Yeah, gonna start kickboxing soon too
❥⚬D͟a͟n͟c͟e͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬R͟e͟a͟d͟?: Not often
❥⚬W͟o͟r͟k͟?: Will soon
❥⚬B͟l͟o͟g͟?: No shit
❥⚬D͟r͟i͟n͟k͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬C͟o͟o͟k͟?: Sometimes
❥⚬B͟a͟k͟e͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬P͟l͟a͟y͟ a͟n͟ I͟n͟s͟t͟r͟u͟m͟e͟n͟t͟?: Trumpet, Drums, Harmonica

❚⌈♝⌋→ Fανσяιтє . . .
❥⚬C͟o͟l͟o͟r͟?: A sexy light purple
❥⚬A͟n͟i͟m͟a͟l͟?: Duck
❥⚬B͟o͟o͟k͟?: Fucking christ idek
❥⚬M͟o͟v͟i͟e͟?: Remember The Titans, every X-Men movie, Minutemen
❥⚬A͟n͟i͟m͟e͟?: Reborn!
❥⚬T͟V͟ S͟h͟o͟w͟?: Futurama
❥⚬C͟h͟a͟r͟a͟c͟t͟e͟r͟?: Yoshi, if we're speaking in general
❥⚬A͟r͟t͟i͟s͟t͟?: Bob Ross?
❥⚬S͟o͟n͟g͟?: Unwell - Matchbox 20, The Pretender - Foo Fighters, Bother - Stone Sour, The Pride - Five Finger Death Punch
❥⚬S͟i͟n͟g͟e͟r͟?: Ivan Moody
❥⚬B͟a͟n͟d͟?: Five Finger Death Punch
❥⚬M͟a͟n͟g͟a͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬A͟c͟t͟o͟r͟?: Vince Vaughn, Morgan Freeman
❥⚬S͟u͟b͟j͟e͟c͟t͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬S͟c͟e͟n͟t͟?: WTF
❥⚬F͟o͟o͟d͟?: Pizza, Macaroni and Cheese, Fettuccine Alfredo
❥⚬D͟r͟i͟n͟k͟?: Mountain Dew Voltage
❥⚬Q͟u͟o͟t͟e͟?: This is my dream defined, the freedom of hopes and lives, and the memories that we won't hide, because why deny the past when you can prove your future? - Me

❚⌈♞⌋→ G+ Fαмιℓу
❥⚬B͟e͟s͟t͟ G͟i͟r͟l͟ F͟r͟i͟e͟n͟d͟(s͟): +Princess Zelda ゼルダ姫 +Kate Cake +Corn Nuts +ĆRY BÁBY +Reѕнιraм Wнιтe +Тωιlιgнт Ѕραякlє +Nozomi Tojo 
❥⚬B͟e͟s͟t͟ G͟u͟y͟ F͟r͟i͟e͟n͟d͟(s͟): +Akito Reith +Colonel French T. +Nevlamas Vairrin +DaVy WaVy +ᴊᴀʏ ™ +Joey Sakowski +Blake X +Delta X +Mectro15 +Dre +Xeno Esquire 
❥⚬F͟i͟r͟s͟t͟ F͟o͟l͟l͟o͟w͟e͟r͟: +Blake X 
❥⚬T͟h͟r͟e͟e͟ P͟e͟o͟p͟l͟e͟ Y͟o͟u͟ L͟o͟o͟k͟ U͟p͟ T͟o͟:
+Akito Reith 
+Princess Zelda ゼルダ姫 
+ᴊᴀʏ ™ 
❥⚬B͟e͟s͟t͟ R͟P͟ P͟a͟r͟t͟n͟e͟r͟: NAH NIGGA

❚⌈♟⌋→ Rσмαи¢є~
❥⚬S͟e͟x͟u͟a͟l͟i͟t͟y͟: Heterosexual
❥⚬S͟i͟n͟g͟l͟e͟?: Nah
❥⚬C͟r͟u͟s͟h͟i͟n͟g͟?: Nah
❥⚬I͟n͟ L͟o͟v͟e͟?: Yeah
❥⚬B͟f͟/ G͟f͟: +ĆRY BÁBY 
❥⚬E͟v͟e͟r͟ G͟e͟t͟ M͟a͟r͟r͟i͟e͟d͟?: Hopefully
❥⚬H͟a͟v͟e͟ K͟i͟d͟s͟?: Hopefully
❥⚬D͟i͟v͟o͟r͟c͟e͟?: Nah nigga
❥⚬I͟r͟l͟ o͟r͟ O͟n͟l͟i͟n͟e͟?: Piss off

❚⌈♔⌋→ Tнιѕ Oя Tнαт
❥⚬T͟e͟a͟ o͟r͟ C͟o͟f͟f͟e͟e͟?: Coffee
❥⚬W͟i͟i͟ o͟r͟ X͟b͟o͟x͟?: Wii (let the roasts commence)
❥⚬H͟a͟r͟r͟y͟ P͟o͟t͟t͟e͟r͟ o͟r͟ P͟e͟r͟c͟y͟ J͟a͟c͟k͟s͟o͟n͟?: Harry Potter
❥⚬F͟l͟o͟w͟e͟r͟s͟ o͟r͟ C͟h͟o͟c͟o͟l͟a͟t͟e͟s͟?: Chocolates
❥⚬M͟o͟n͟e͟y͟ o͟r͟ P͟r͟e͟s͟e͟n͟t͟s͟?: Both
❥⚬G͟a͟m͟e͟ B͟o͟y͟ o͟r͟ D͟S͟?: DS
❥⚬D͟e͟s͟k͟t͟o͟p͟ o͟r͟ L͟a͟p͟t͟o͟p͟?: Laptop
❥⚬P͟o͟p͟ o͟r͟ M͟e͟t͟a͟l͟?: Metal
❥⚬C͟o͟u͟n͟t͟r͟y͟ o͟r͟ J͟a͟z͟z͟?: Country (here comes even more roasts)
❥⚬A͟l͟t͟e͟r͟n͟a͟t͟i͟v͟e͟ o͟r͟ R͟&B͟?: Alternative
❥⚬E͟a͟r͟b͟u͟d͟s͟ o͟r͟ H͟e͟a͟d͟p͟h͟o͟n͟e͟s͟?: Headphones
❥⚬T͟r͟u͟m͟p͟ o͟r͟ H͟i͟l͟l͟a͟r͟y͟?: NAH NIGGA
❥⚬D͟o͟g͟ o͟r͟ C͟a͟t͟?: Doggo
❥⚬S͟o͟d͟a͟ o͟r͟ J͟u͟i͟c͟e͟?: Soda
❥⚬H͟o͟t͟ T͟o͟p͟i͟c͟ o͟r͟ A͟e͟r͟o͟p͟o͟s͟t͟a͟l͟e͟?: Hot Topic has some cool shit, only reason I choose it over Aeropostale is cuz I can get wrestling shirts and POP!s in the same store
❥⚬P͟u͟b͟l͟i͟c͟ o͟r͟ P͟r͟i͟v͟a͟t͟e͟ S͟c͟h͟o͟o͟l͟?: Home School?
❥⚬B͟a͟c͟o͟n͟ o͟r͟ S͟a͟u͟s͟a͟g͟e͟?: Bacon
❥⚬W͟a͟f͟f͟l͟e͟s͟ o͟r͟ P͟a͟n͟c͟a͟k͟e͟s͟?: Waffles
❥⚬M͟u͟f͟f͟i͟n͟ o͟r͟ S͟c͟o͟n͟e͟?: NAH NIGGA
❥⚬S͟l͟e͟e͟p͟ o͟r͟ N͟e͟x͟t͟ E͟p͟i͟s͟o͟d͟e͟?: Next Episode while Sleep


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+Corn Nuts +Princess Zelda ゼルダ姫 +ĆRY BÁBY 
+Joey Sakowski +Akito Reith +Blake X 

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1 month ago - Via Google+ - View - Doyle Noe : Remember the Titans-Leadership
Remember the Titans-Leadership
Watch the video: Movie on 6-15-16 at 2.35
Remember the Titans-Leadership
1 month ago - Via Google+ - View - Brad J : For Sale/Trade: DMA/DMR: $6 The Good Dinosaur Will trade for: DMA/DMR Cars Hercules Finding Nemo Toy...
For Sale/Trade:

$6 The Good Dinosaur

Will trade for: DMA/DMR
Finding Nemo
Toy Story 1 or 2
Cars Toons: Maters Tall Tales
Remember the Titans
Open to other trades

PayPal friends & family only
1 month ago - Via Community - View - Brad J : For Sale/Trade: DMA/DMR: $6 The Good Dinosaur Will trade for: DMA/DMR Cars Hercules Finding Nemo Toy...
For Sale/Trade:

$6 The Good Dinosaur

Will trade for: DMA/DMR
Finding Nemo
Toy Story 1 or 2
Cars Toons: Maters Tall Tales
Remember the Titans
Open to other trades

PayPal friends & family only
1 month ago - Via Community - View - Mary Oney : Birthday Spotlight: Will Patton is the son of a playwright, acting and directing instructor, so it's...
Birthday Spotlight: Will Patton is the son of a playwright, acting and directing instructor, so it's no surprise that he has skill, but Will brings so much more than learned technique to his roles. With a simple look, a small gesture, or a sentence, he is capable of communicating a world of emotions and meaning. All the while coming across as "natural", a mark of a truly great actor - including voice acting; Will is in great demand as an audio book narrator. "Dillinger" (1991), "Armageddon" (1998), "Remember The Titans" (2000), and the "Falling Skies" series showcase his talent (just do yourself a huge favor and avoid "The Fourth Kind" 2009, the worst movie of the 21st Century.....sorry Will!)
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