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Skid Row, Los Angeles

and stage musical The musical is based on the basic concept and dark comic (black comedy) tone of the 1960 film, although it changes much of the story. The setting is moved from Skid Row, Los Angeles to Skid Row in New York. Seymour's hypochondriacal Jewish mother (Jewish mother stereotype) is omitted, and Seymour becomes an orphan in the care of Mushnik. Also dropped is the subplot involving the two investigating cops. The characters of Mrs. Siddie Shiva and Burson Fouch are also


Allentown, Pennsylvania

it opened. The ride's success led to the construction of Steel Force at Dorney Park (Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom) in Allentown, Pennsylvania in 1997 and Mamba (Mamba (roller coaster)) at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri the next year. '''''I Love You to Death''''' is a 1990 American dark comedy film (dark comedy) directed by Lawrence Kasdan. It is loosely based on an attempted murder that happened in 1984, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where


Wales

. Retrieved on 1 February 2010. His short stories are known for their unexpected endings, and his children's books for their unsentimental, often very dark humour (black comedy). The term 'region' as used here includes Wales and Scotland, both of which are non-sovereign countries (country) within the UK; they are recognised as countries (constituent country) by the UK government and are not referred to as 'regions'. Elsewhere The usage of the word is widespread throughout much of the UK, particularly in Wales and the north of England, in places such as Yorkshire, Lancashire, and the English Midlands. It is normally used to mean "what?". In Scotland, mainly around the Tayside region, "eh" is used as a shortened term for "yes". For example "Are you going to the Disco?" "eh." Biography Born in Caerphilly, Wales, at 19 Llwyn On Street, Trecenydd, Cooper was delivered by the woman who owned the house in which the family was lodging. His parents were Welsh (Welsh people)-born army recruiting sergeant father Thomas H. (Tom) Cooper, and his English (England)-born wife Gertrude (née Gertrude C. Wright) from Crediton, Devon. GRO Register of Marriages: DEC 1919 11a 1538 PONTYPRIDD - Thomas H. Cooper Gertrude C. Wright Tommy Cooper exetermemories.co.uk In light of the heavily polluted air and the offer of a job for his father, the family moved to Exeter, Devon, when Cooper was three and gained the West Country accent (Accent (sociolinguistics)) that was part of his act. Anniversary of Tommy Cooper's death BBC Wales News - 16 April 2004 thumb upright Hermann Hauser (Image:HauserCurry.jpg) and Chris Curry in Cambridge. Curry and Hauser decided to pursue their joint interest in microcomputers and, on 5 December 1978, they set up '''Cambridge Processor Unit Ltd''' (CPU) as the vehicle with which to do this. WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


Berlin

'' in which he also starred. He later produced comedies in Germany. His best known was the dark comedy (Black comedy) ''Unheimliche Geschichten'' (Uncanny Stories) in 1932 (1932 in film), directed by Richard Oswald. The story is a merging of Edgar Allan Poe's ''The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether'' and ''The Black Cat (The Black Cat (short story))'' with Robert Louis Stevenson's ''The Suicide Club (The Suicide Club (Stevenson))''. It is considered by some


Norway

article3127837.ece The 50 greatest British writers since 1945 . ''The Times''. 5 January 2008. Retrieved on 1 February 2010. His short stories are known for their unexpected endings, and his children's books for their unsentimental, often very dark humour (black comedy). 100px (File:Magnus-den-gode.jpg) April June 1024 Norway illegitimate son of Olaf II of Norway and Alfhild ''never married'' Associated conference ''2600'' has established


Italy

debut was ''Populi Morituri'' in which he also starred. He later produced comedies in Germany. His best known was the dark comedy (Black comedy) ''Unheimliche Geschichten'' (Uncanny Stories) in 1932 (1932 in film), directed by Richard Oswald. The story is a merging of Edgar Allan Poe's ''The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether'' and ''The Black Cat (The Black Cat (short story))'' with Robert Louis Stevenson's '' The Suicide Club (Stevenson) The Suicide Club


Germany

silent movies (Silent film) in Italy for German (Germany) distribution through UFA Studios (Universum Film AG) in Berlin. His directorial debut was ''Populi Morituri'' in which he also starred. He later produced comedies in Germany. His best known was the dark comedy (Black comedy) ''Unheimliche Geschichten'' (Uncanny Stories) in 1932 (1932 in film), directed by Richard Oswald. The story is a merging of Edgar Allan Poe's '' The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor


United States

19th-century cartoon depicting Jack Frost as a United States major-general during the American Civil War. '''''Scary Movie''''' is a 2000 horror comedy parody film directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans, as part of ''Warner Bros. Entertainment''. It is an American (United States) dark comedy (Black comedy) which heavily parodies (Parody) the horror (Horror film), slasher (Slasher film), and mystery (Mystery film) genres. Several mid- and late-90s films and TV

are covers of songs written by other artists. '''''Titus''''' is an American (United States) dark comedy (Black comedy) sitcom that debuted on Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) in 2000. The series was created by its star, Christopher Titus, Jack Kenny, and Brian Hargrove. This sitcom was based on Christopher's stand-up comedy act, more specifically his one-man show ''Norman Rockwell is Bleeding'' (which itself would be broadcast on television in 2004), which was based loosely upon his real-life family; lines from ''Norman Rockwell is Bleeding'' were spoken by Titus as commentary (see below). Titus plays an outwardly childish adult (based on himself), who owns a custom car shop. The show follows him and his dimwitted halfbrother Dave, his girlfriend Erin with the "heart of gold", his goody-goody friend Tommy, and his arrogantly lewd, bigoted and multiple-divorced father Ken "Papa" Titus. '''''Back in '72''''' is an album by American (United States) rock (rock and roll) singer songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music). It was the first new album on Seger's label, '''Palladium Records''', to be released under their distribution deal with the Reprise (Reprise Records) division of Warner Bros. Records and one of several early Seger albums that has never been reissued on CD. '''Samuel Paul "Sam" Bowie''' (born March 17, 1961) is a retired American (United States) basketball player. A national sensation in high school and outstanding collegian, Bowie's professional promise was undermined by repeated injury. In spite of the setbacks, the 7'1" and 235 lb center (center (basketball)) played ten seasons in the NBA. '''''Seven''''' is the seventh album by American (United States) rock (rock and roll) singer songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1974. It is currently out of print. '''''Beautiful Loser''''' is the eighth album by American (United States) rock (rock and roll) singer songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1975 (see 1975 in music). Length 52:47 Label Mute (Mute Records) Sire (Sire Records) Reprise (Reprise Records) (US (United States) Canada) Producer Alan Wilder Steve Lyon '''''Doctor in the House''''' is the syndicated (Television syndication) title given, by the United States, to a British (United Kingdom) television comedy series (including sequels), based on a set of books and a movie of the same name (Doctor in the House) by Richard Gordon (Richard Gordon (English author)) about the misadventures of a group of medical students — and their later misadventures as doctors. United States The show was widely syndicated in the United States and Canada by Group W Productions (Westinghouse Broadcasting). Confusingly, all the LWT shows were syndicated (Television syndication) in the United States under the title ''Doctor in the House'' and episodes from all of the series were often shown out of sequence. '''''Night Moves''''' is the ninth studio album by American (United States) rock (rock music) singer Bob Seger, and his first with the Silver Bullet Band. It was released in October 1976 (see 1976 in music). Although the front cover only credits backing by the Silver Bullet Band, four of the nine songs on the album feature backing by the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section. The album became an instant success in the United States, being certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America less than a month after the album's release. The album was eventually certified 6x multi-platinum. José Lima (w:José Lima), a former baseball (w:baseball) pitcher for Major League Baseball (w:Major League Baseball)'s Houston Astros (w:Houston Astros), Detroit Tigers (w:Detroit Tigers), Los Angeles Dodgers (w:Los Angeles Dodgers), New York Mets (w:New York Mets), and Kansas City Royals (w:Kansas City Royals) (all in the United States (w:United States)) died suddenly at his Los Angeles home this morning of a heart attack (w:heart attack). He was 37 years old. His death was confirmed by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and his family.


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