Anywhere the heart goes|Arabesque|Baby elephant walk / Mancini Henry|Breakfast at Tiffany's|Charade|A COOL SHADE OF BLUE|CRAZY WORLD|THE DANCING CAT|Darling Lili|Days of wine and roses|Dear heart|DON'T YOU FORGET IT|Dreamsville|Experiment in terror|HATARI|HOW SOON|I'll give you three guesses|In the arms of love|Inspector Clouseau theme / Mancini Henry|It had better be tonight|It's so easy to say|Le jazz hot|LIFE IN A LOOKING GLASS|Loss of love|MARCH OF THE CUE BALLS|Mr Lucky|The Molly Maguires|Moment to moment|Moon river|Mostly for lovers|Newhart main title theme|Peter Gunn|The pink panther / Mancini Henry|REMINGTON STEELE|A SHOT IN THE DARK|SLOW HOT WIND|Smile away each rainy day|SOMETIMES|Song about love|The sweetheart tree|The thorn birds theme|Two For The Road|What's happening|Whistling away the dark|YOU AND ME
Jaws is the classic, blockbuster thriller that inspired the three-time Academy Award-winning Steven Spielberg movie and made millions of beachgoers afraid to go into the water. Experience the thrill of helpless horror again - or for the first time! Jaws was number 48 in the American Film Institute's 100 Years...100 Movies, and the film earned the coveted number-one spot on the Bravo network's 100 Scariest Movie Moments countdown. This timeless tale of man-eating terror that spawned a movie franchise, two video games, a Universal Studios theme park attraction, and two musicals is finally available on audio for the first time ever! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Erik Steele. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbca/000359/bk_bbca_000359_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Zig and Zag in real life Jack Perry and Doug McKenzie - were a clown duo who appeared on Australian television from 1957-1969 in Melbourne, Australia, beginning with Peters Fun Fair, which also featured Roy Lyons as Cousin Roy.Dressed in costumes advertising Peters Ice Cream ("the health food of a nation"), and with the catchphrase "No trouble", Zag and Zig always included their theme song,You and Me, in their act. Written by Tommy Steele, this song was originally performed by Steele and Jimmy Edwards in the 1957 London pantomime production of Rodgers and Hammerstein''s Cinderella.