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Sonic's Story Theatre by MrCaptainA, literature

Sonic's Story Theatre by MrCaptainA, literature

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  • Apr 8
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It is my sad duty to report that the legendary actor Kirk Douglas, one of the last surviving stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood, has passed away today at the very ripe old of 103. R.I.P., Mr. Douglas. You were a great actor and will surely be missed.
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H there, everyone. I bet some of you out there have heard about FX's new version of "A Christmas Carol" that's going air on the night of December 19, 2019. You've probably seen some of the trailers for it, too. I would like to ask every decent person who loves Charles Dickens in general and "A Christmas Carol" in particular not to watch this version. I've read about it online and it's basically the core characters and plot of the book taken in a direction that Dickens would have been disgusted and repulsed by. It just takes the classic original story and loses sight of everything that makes it so beloved by others, making it much too dark, depressing, "adult" and cynical. It loses the special balance between darkness and ghostly horrors and lightness and Christmas cheer that made the original story so special and just goes over to pure darkness, gloom, and horror. It throws in new scenes of violence and death (not present in the original) just to add to the drama and shock value. It
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It is my incredibly sad duty to report that Carroll Spinney, the original performer of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on "Sesame Street" and a fixture on the show since the very beginning, has passed away at the age of 85. As one of millions of people around the world who grew up watching Spinney's characters on "Sesame Street" as a child, I can say with certainty that he will be deeply missed. RIP, Mr. Spinney. Our days are all going to be a little less sunny without you around.
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Thank you so much for the favourite btw ! :dummy: :D

Thanks for fav-ing my Map of Thra Alex! :)

Hi Alex! looks like ur a fan of disney movies! i love them too!:)
Thanks for the fave!