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Young Frankenstein ( Gene Wilder as Dr. Frankenstein, Peter Boyle as The Monster ) Classic Comedies, Classic Movies, Old Movies, Great Movies, Awesome Movies, Famous Movies, Milwaukee, Movie Stars, Movie Tv

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Wim Wenders German film director, playwright, author, photographer and film producer. Since Wenders has been the president of the European Film Academy in Berlin. Film Academy, Portraits, Cinema Film, James Franco, Foto Art, Playwright, Great Films, Film Director, Cinematography

WIM WENDERS: EVERY THING WILL BE FINE IL NUOVO FILM CON JAMES FRANCO - valentinacalabrese.over-blog.com

WENDERS TORNA AL CINEMA E SCEGLIE JAMES FRANCO COME PROTAGONISTA DEL SUO PROSSIMO FILM Se vi piace Wim Wenders, il grande regista del Nuovo Cinema Tedesco, autore di tantissimi capolavori visionari tra cui I l cielo sopra Berlino , Paris, Texas , questa...

Young Frankenstein Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Marty Feldman - Director: Mel Brooks - Brook's sendup of classic horror films. Inga: "Roll, roll, roll in ze hay. Marty Feldman, Old Movies, Great Movies, I Movie, Movie Stars, Young Frankenstein, Classic Monsters, Look At You, Classic Movies

Young Frankenstein, Marty Feldman

Marty Feldman in un fotogramma di Frankenstein Junior (Young Frankenstein), il film scritto da Gene Wilder e diretto da Mel Brooks nel 1974, divenuto un cult della cinema comico americano.

Beatrice and Benedick. Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh were actually married to each other at the time when they filmed "Much Ado About Nothing" Emma Thompson, Film Musical, Best Insults, Theater, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Keaton, Chef D Oeuvre, Star Wars, Romantic Movies

Oh, no, thou didn’t!! | Shakespeare’s Best Insults

No matter what you may think of Shakespeare’s plays, it could never be said that William Shakespeare did not use the English language with flair and finesse. His poetry and plays offer a wonderful insight into the power of words. They can be used to woo, amuse, deceive, express inner turmoil and even insult. In fact, when it comes to witty and acerbic insults, Shakespeare was something of a master. Often, modern English simply does not provide the right words, inflection and delivery to…