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70s Ethel Crimson Pants in Windsor Red
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Bei einer Hose denkt man nicht sofort an Komfort, aber diese 70s Ethel Crimson Pants in Windsor Red ist außerordentlich komfortabel und angenehm im Tragen! Mit einer normalen Taillenhöhe und mit weiten Hosenbeine die super schmeichelnd sind und endlos lange Beine machen ;-)! Hergestellt aus einem fließenden, geschmeidigen Stoff in Burgund mit einem kleinen Stretch-Anteil der aussieht und sich anfühlt als wäre er aus Samt. Und mit einem Blumenmuster das alle andere Hosen langweilig machen wird. Ethel wird dir diesen stilvollen und relaxten seventies Look verleihen... groovy! * Weite Hosenbeine * Normale Taillenhöhe * Seitliche Eingriffstaschen * Verdeckter Reißverschluss auf der Rückseite * 'Blinde' Taschen auf der Hinterseite * Leicht zu kürzen * Unsere hübsche Blondine Melissa ist 1.78m groß

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Indigo 802772 Musik- & Tonaufnahme Blues CD VA
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Songs über das Eine aus den Jahren 1926-1940.nIn der Reihe "Flashbacks" präsentiert das Münchner Label "Trikont" zusammen mit dem Verleger und Autor Werner Pieper auf sechs thematisch geordneten CDs Kostbarkeiten und Merkwürdigkeiten aus vier Jahrzehnten US-amerikanischer Jazz-, Blues- und Unterhaltungsmusik. Aus einem unüberschaubaren Fundus von Aufnahmen wurden 150 Highlights ausgewählt und neu zusammengestellt. Musik und Informationen wurden in London, New York und New Orleans gesammelt, verschüttete Wurzeln, unbekannte Preziosen, bisher ungehörte Klangschätze werden hier, zum größten Teil erstmals in Deutschland zu Gehör gebracht.nn"Hot & Sexy - Copulation Blues" aus den Jahren 1926-1940 vereinigt Songs übers, naja, Ficken? U.a. mit Mary Dixon, Ethel Waters, Clarence Williams, Blind Boy Fuller, Mae West, Art Fowler.

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Wait Until Dark
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wait Until Dark is a play by Frederick Knott.The mystery thriller's heroine is Susy Hendrix, a blind Greenwich Village housewife who becomes the target of three thugs searching for the heroin hidden in a doll, which her husband transported from Canada as a favor to a woman who since has been murdered. The trio tries to convince Susy her spouse has been implicated in the crime and the only way to protect him is to surrender the doll. More murder and mayhem ensue when she refuses, with the stage lights turned off for the final scene when Suzy levels the playing field by plunging her apartment into total darkness.After seven previews, the Broadway production, directed by Arthur Penn, opened on February 2, 1966 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Within the next eleven months, it transferred to the Shubert, the George Abbott, and the Music Box Theatres before it ended its run of 374 performances. The cast included Lee Remick, Robert Duvall, and Mitchell Ryan. Remick was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.

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Wait Until Dark
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Wait Until Dark is a play by Frederick Knott.The mystery thriller's heroine is Susy Hendrix, a blind Greenwich Village housewife who becomes the target of three thugs searching for the heroin hidden in a doll, which her husband transported from Canada as a favor to a woman who since has been murdered. The trio tries to convince Susy her spouse has been implicated in the crime and the only way to protect him is to surrender the doll. More murder and mayhem ensue when she refuses, with the stage lights turned off for the final scene when Suzy levels the playing field by plunging her apartment into total darkness.After seven previews, the Broadway production, directed by Arthur Penn, opened on February 2, 1966 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. Within the next eleven months, it transferred to the Shubert, the George Abbott, and the Music Box Theatres before it ended its run of 374 performances. The cast included Lee Remick, Robert Duvall, and Mitchell Ryan. Remick was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.

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Everyday Flowers
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If you've wondered how it must feel to be a stranger in a strange land, Kalpana Asok tells you in these gentle poems. Gentle, but with a hint of irony, as when, in the voice of a new arrival, an Indian woman introduces herself to a new American neighbor, and then, in an almost footnoted last line that lets us know she was never invited into the house: 'Dear Ethel, Thank you for the lemonade and the visits on your porch.' The feeling of dislocation surfaces sharply in another, when she asks, 'My mother's in my mirror/is she walled in/am I locked out . . . .' Vivid images greet us throughout, as she explores, wide-eyed, this new world, where a 'chatty American' wears a 'different baseball cap every day' and is 'full of information.' The gentle voice rises in indignation in strong, tightly crafted poems about social injustice, as in 'I Can't Breathe,' with a first stanza ending in 'Yes, metoo.' Remembering or perhaps dreaming, she gives us a 'Tiger Preserve,' with a 'Lurching blind-drunk female /in the middle of the day/Slapping holy ground . . . .' The gentle voice returns in this lovely debut collection, ending with a lullaby, 'Tenderly,' in hummed syllables: 'Umhmm,--Irene Willis hmmm hmm hmm . . . .' Read it with delight and continued discovery.

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Everyday Flowers
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If you've wondered how it must feel to be a stranger in a strange land, Kalpana Asok tells you in these gentle poems. Gentle, but with a hint of irony, as when, in the voice of a new arrival, an Indian woman introduces herself to a new American neighbor, and then, in an almost footnoted last line that lets us know she was never invited into the house: 'Dear Ethel, Thank you for the lemonade and the visits on your porch.' The feeling of dislocation surfaces sharply in another, when she asks, 'My mother's in my mirror/is she walled in/am I locked out . . . .' Vivid images greet us throughout, as she explores, wide-eyed, this new world, where a 'chatty American' wears a 'different baseball cap every day' and is 'full of information.' The gentle voice rises in indignation in strong, tightly crafted poems about social injustice, as in 'I Can't Breathe,' with a first stanza ending in 'Yes, metoo.' Remembering or perhaps dreaming, she gives us a 'Tiger Preserve,' with a 'Lurching blind-drunk female /in the middle of the day/Slapping holy ground . . . .' The gentle voice returns in this lovely debut collection, ending with a lullaby, 'Tenderly,' in hummed syllables: 'Umhmm,--Irene Willis hmmm hmm hmm . . . .' Read it with delight and continued discovery.

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