Buster

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Sweet Revenge (David Johansen Album) - Personnel
... David Johansen Group Live In Style Here Comes the Night Live It Up Sweet Revenge Buster Poindexter Buster Poindexter Buster Goes Berserk Buster's Happy Hour Buster's Spanish Rocketship David Johansen and the ... (1999) Television Saturday Night Live (as Buster Poindexter) (1987) Oz (2000) See also New York Dolls ...
List Of American Films Of 1923
... Tearle, Wallace Beery Asleep at the Switch Roy del Ruth Ben Turpin Comedy The Balloonatic Buster Keaton Buster Keaton Comedy The Barnyard Larry Semon Oliver Hardy Comedy Black Oxen ... Cline, Buster Keaton Buster Keaton Comedy Merry-Go-Round Erich von Stroheim Norman Kerry, Mary Philbin Drama The Ne'er Do-Well Alfred E ... Blystone, Buster Keaton Buster Keaton Comedy Out of Luck Edward Sedgwick Hoot Gibson, Laura LaPlante Western The Pilgrim Charles Chaplin Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance Comedy Pitfalls of a Big City John A ...
Buster Lloyd-Jones
... William Llewelyn "Buster" Lloyd-Jones (born 1914 in Feltham, Hounslow died 1980) was a famous British veterinary practitioner, who, during his career, was the most ... Buster contracted Polio as a young child, which affected him later in his life ... As Buster grew up he was determined to become a vet ...
Andy's Gang - Smilin' Ed
... Hiya kids" followed by the audience singing the sponsor's song (Buster Brown Shoes) "I got shoes, you got shoes, everybody's got to have shoes, but there's only ... Good old Buster Brown shoes are on the air out here in Hollywood for another good old Saturday hullabaloo." The backdrop was a clubhouse ... Produced on a very small budget, the show was a success - bringing the Buster Brown advertising characters to life and helping to sell millions of shoes based on icons that had existed ...
Buster - Other
... Buster (dog), a dog belonging to Roy Hattersley, who has published his diaries (ghost written by Hattersley) Buster, a brevity code signaling an aircraft pilot to use maximum ...