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Chuck Versus Santa Claus - Cultural References
... The episode is largely presented as an homage to and parody of Die Hard, which was also centered around terrorists instigating a hostage crisis on the day before ... The episode also has music similar to Die Hard, including the song "Ode to Joy" ... reprises his role of LAPD officer Al Powell from Die Hard and Die Hard 2 ...
Masaru Ikeda - Roles - Dubbing Roles
... Conley) Brazil (Archibald “Harry” Tuttle) Deep Rising (Television edition) (Simon Canton) Die Hard (Eddie) Die Hard 2 (Captain Carmine Lorenzo) Die Hard with a Vengeance (Inspector ...
Die Hard (franchise)
... The Die Hard series is a series of action movies beginning with Die Hard in 1988, which was based on the 1979 bestselling novel, Nothing Lasts Forever by Roderick Thorp ...
List Of Fictitious Films - Action - Die Hard Scenario
... Death Bank - 30 Rock Death Blow - Seinfeld Die Hard 4 So Die, Already ... - Mad About You Die Hard 12 Die Hungry - The Ben Stiller Show Final Chapter (2000) - The Simpsons Final Chapter A New Beginning (2002) - The Simpsons Firepower - Dr ... Glick in Lalawood Red Balloon (1988) - The Critic Red Balloon II (1994) - The Critic Save Hard (2009) - Railcard Scorcher (I -VI) (1995) - Tropic Thunder T-Rexatron Alienwolf III, A Prequel in ...
List Of Play Station 1 Games With CD Audio Tracks - List
... Destruction Derby Raw Die Hard Trilogy 21 1st is data track ... (Music played when the player kills the last enemy in the floor in Die Hard and the bomb is enabled) ... In the NTSC edition is a music played when the player fails in Die Hard With a Vengeance ...

Famous quotes containing the words hard and/or die:

    Just getting in the pool for seven straight hours is unbearable to me.... It’s grueling. There’s nothing physically pleasurable about it. If you’re doing a hard workout, you’re throwing up in the gutter. At night you cling to your pillow and just hope that your body revives before you have to go back and do it again.
    Diana Nyad (b. 1949)

    We may die today, we may die tomorrow,
    so why worry about this death?
    Punjabi proverb, trans. by Gurinder Singh Mann.