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/Film
Mr. Robot Review: "Shutdown"the biggest mental breakdown in this week’s episode?) Long after the final cre
/Film / Posted 3 days ago
the biggest mental breakdown in this week’s episode?) Long after the final credits rolled for “Shutdown,” the lyrics of Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang” echoed in my head. “Bang bang/ He shot me down / bang bang / I hit the ground / Bang bang /that... Read more
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Ipswich Star
North Stander: Come on Mick, I’m prepared to forgive and forget. Are you?divisive. Can he not move on? I wrote in this column earlier this year that McC
Ipswich Star / Posted 14 days ago
divisive. Can he not move on? I wrote in this column earlier this year that McCarthy’s theme tune should be the Frank and Nancy Sinatra song which contains the line “then I go and spoil it all by saying something stupid.” I wouldn’t say his daft... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
December 3Ant-Man, etc., all having indestructible protection from head to toe. Then we
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
Ant-Man, etc., all having indestructible protection from head to toe. Then we see Wonder Woman, smartly sporting her Nancy Sinatra go-go boots, Victoria’s Secret bustier with matching headband, showing great legs and cleavage, brandishing her... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Star-studded TV appeal raises more than £50.1 million for Children in Needthe cast of Countryfile also had a go at their own medley, opting for hit count
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 29 days ago
the cast of Countryfile also had a go at their own medley, opting for hit country tunes from John Denver, Dolly Parton and Nancy Sinatra. A number of other BBC programmes also helped raise money for the charity, including a massive £7.7 million... Read more
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Ipswich Star
BBC Children in Need raises more than £50million in record-breaking yearthe cast of Countryfile also had a go at their own medley, opting for hit count
Ipswich Star / Posted 29 days ago
the cast of Countryfile also had a go at their own medley, opting for hit country tunes from John Denver, Dolly Parton and Nancy Sinatra. A number of other BBC programmes also helped raise money for the charity, including a massive £7.7 million... Read more

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