Perry como with the ray charles singers catch a falling star / magic moments


In February 1956, CBS announced its new series, Perry Mason, anticipating it would begin that fall. The network obtained the rights to 272 stories by Gardner, including Perry Mason and 11 other principal characters. The rights were purchased from Paisano Productions, which would film the series in association with CBS [5] and own a 60% interest in the films. [6]

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Katy Perry's Prismatic Tour is a zany, colorful world of wonder from her opening number of "Roar" to an encore filled with pyrotechnics and an audience jumping up and down screaming for more. I must say that I was impressed with Katy's live vocals, they were much more impressive than I was expecting. She does a full 2 hour set of all of her hits and a few favorites from her new album, Prism. That's right, I said 2 hours!! And that didn't include support from her opening acts, Ferras and Capital Cities, both of which had you up and dancing before Katy's grand arrival. This is show is camper than any drag show I've ever seen. This girl loves a theme and commits. She opened the show with the Prismatic set with a Greecian warrior vibe and light up costumes. She then transported the audience to Egypt where she arrived on a moving horse. Dancers were dressed as pharohs, black spiders and bootylicious mummies! After yet another costume change, Katy appeared on a giant ball of yarn in a hot pink cat suit singing a cabaret style version of "Hot N Cold" for her Cat-Oure section, transitioning into "International Smile" which even featured a Kitty fashion runway to Madonna's "Vogue." Things were then slowed down for an acoustic set in Katy's magical garden with sunflowers and giant floating butterflies. Next was my personal favorite, Throwback, which was a full-fledged 90's dance party. Smiley faces, ying-yang signs and bicycle shorts were in abundance. This set was already crazy fun and then they filled the stadium with giant emoji balloons including a taco and a smiling poo. Katy closed the show in Hyper Neon with some of her biggest hits and returned to stage for an encore of "Firework." If you're in need of a smile, this show is a sure fire ticket! Both Katy Perry and her show are wonderfully light-hearted and full of love. If you don't have a sense of humor, this show might not be for you. I think my only note would be to be prepared for heards of young tween girls. I know, I know it's Katy Perry not U2, but sometimes I forget that I'm 28 year old trapped in a 13 year old's body.

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Through 1976, an estimated 200 Blaxploitation feature films were produced with the range of stories as varied as mainstream action films. However, action, gratuitous violence, and guns were the underlying element in all of them and most used a black versus white dichotomy as the defining element. Every available genre was plundered in an attempt to re-hash old movie plots and ideas.


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