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  • The Importance of Being Earnest Segment
  • Earnest Pugh - Rain on Us with lyrics.wmv A very passionate and heartfelt song for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on us and the tabernacle.
  • The Tangent - In Earnest Part 1 In Earnest, track 1 on the prog supergroup The Tangent's album: A Place In the Queue. Part 2
  • Andrew WK - Never Let Down Andrew WK (born Andrew Fetterly Wilkes-Krier) (May 9, 1979) is a rock musician from the United States. Andrew WK - Never Let Down © 2003 The Island Def Jam Music Group In late 2003, WK released The Wolf. The album featured Andrew playing all the instruments on the recording (he had his full live band play on I Get Wet). It spawned the singles "Tear it Up" and "Never Let Down" in the US (both had videos made, but only "Tear It Up" had a full retail single released) and the song "Long Live the Party" was a minor hit in Japan. "The Wolf" has many overdubbed instrument parts. See Music Videos that you CAN'T See on You Tube! even some X RATED music videos! +Live Chat and Embed video codes.
  • Earnest Pugh "The Great I am" Earnest Pugh on TBN Decatur, GA
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 5 of 11 a near duplicate upload of this video is here: "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Rosamund Greenwood ... Miss Prism Henry Moxon ... Rev Canon Chasuble Sydney Arnold ... Merriman Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. On the opening night of this play the actor who created the role of Merriman recalled "My first speech, 'Mr. Ernest Worthing hs just driven over from the station. He has brought his luggage with him,' was recieved with the loudest and most sustained laugh that I have ever experienced, culminating in a round of applause; and as I came off Wilde said to me, 'I'm glad you got that laugh. It shows they have followed the plot.'" This tightly constructed and intricately crafted play is of the sort that some commentators dismissively call a "pièce bien faite", but Wilde's doesn't suffer from any obvious or contrived formula. He plotting in very logical and convincing, but much of it moves with surprises--an example of such is the one described above, utilizing a very minor character to move the plot along, thus artfully ...
  • Earnest Pugh [Rain On Us] Minister Earnest Pugh on the 2010 Season of Bobby Jones Gospel singing a song from his latest project "Rain On Us". Check out for more info. Charles Butler & Trinity providing background vocals (email: charlesbutlerjr@.)
  • Goose Creek Symphony - "Words Of Earnest" Kentucky bluegrass group from the early 1970's.
  • Earnest Valentino - Billie Jean (MJNI Killer Thriller Party, London 2002) Michael Jackson Impersonator
  • The Importance of Being Earnest - About the Show Tony Award® winner Brian Bedford (Tartuffe) directs and stars as Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde's comedic masterpiece about class and name-dropping. The cast of this glorious comedy also features Dana Ivey as Miss Prism and Paxton Whitehead as Reverend Chausible. Dec. 17, 2010 - March 6, 2011 American Airlines Theatre 227 West 42 St. (7th & 8th Aves) Ticket Services: 212.719.1300
  • The Importance of Being Earnest (2002) - Trailer Original Trailer of the movie, based on the well known comedy by Oscar Wilde "The Importance of Being Earnest" The plot revolves around two men in Edwardian England, John (Jack) Worthing and Algernon (Algy) Moncrieff. Whenever Jack travels to London from his Hertfordshire estate he says he is going to see his (fictitious) wayward brother Ernest. Once in London he keeps his privacy by calling himself Ernest. This tactic is especially important as his beloved, Gwendolen, declares that she could only love a man named Ernest. Her cousin, Algy, is the one person who knows Jack's secret and one day he travels down to the estate, announcing himself to Jack's attractive ward Cecily as the infamous Ernest. Cecily is enamoured with him and his name, and upon Jack's return home and Gwendolen's unexpected arrival it becomes clear there are both too many and too few Ernests earnestly courting. (Wikipedia ENG) Very well done movie in my opinion, with two of the best english actors, Colin Firth and Rupert Everett, both perfect here in their roles! but we have not to forget the co-stars Reese Whiterspoon, Frances O'Connor and Judi Dench!! Funny and enjoyable! (look out for the song the two men start singing to the ladies) -I do not own material in the vid. It is published without any profict-
  • Earnest Pugh - Rain On Us Lyrics: Lead: Let your glory fill this place Let your all consuming fire fill this tabernacle and purify hearts Surround us in this place Want you to breathe new life within us Send a refreshing Lord purify our hearts Verse: Let your glory fill this place Let your all consuming fire fill this tabernacle purify hearts Surround us in this place and breathe new life within us Send a refreshing Lord saturate our hearts Chorus: Rain on us Breathe on us Shower down Shower down Send your spirit Lord (repeat) Verse: Let your glory fill this place Let your all consuming fire fill this tabernacle purify hearts Surround us in this place and breathe new life within us Send a refreshing Lord saturate our hearts [Chorus:] Shower down (repeat) Send your spirit Lord [Repeat Verse]
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 8 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Sydney Arnold ... Merriman Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. from Oscar Wilde's "The Decay of Lying": "If a man is sufficiently unimaginative to produce evidence in support of a lie, he might just as well speak the truth at once." "Lying, the telling of beautiful untrue things, is the proper aim of art."
  • Earnest Pugh Hosanna This song is AWESOME. It makes you want to wave your hands and Praise God! Track 11 off of the cd "Rain On Us Live." You really need to go buy the cd and listen to it from beginning to end and you want get tired of it!!
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 2 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde A 1985 TV broadcast featuring the formidable and hilarious Lady Bracknell by Dame Wendy Hiller. link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Alan Hay ... Lane Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) Richard Ross asked Wilde about 'Earnest' "What sort of play are we to expect?" the playwright answered: "It is exquisitely trivial, a delicate bubble of fancy, and it has its philosophy." "Its philosophy?" "That we should treat all the trivial things of life seriously, and all the serious things of life with sincere and studied triviality." This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981.
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 7 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. George Bernard Shaw reviewed this play after it opened in 1895. It was the only one of Wilde's plays he did not like. Even in his late age, in the 1950s (he was only 7 years younger than Wilde) and well after the play was established as a classic of excellence, he position remained unchanged. (from 1895) "I cannot say that I greatly cared for The Importance Of Being Earnest. It amused me, of course; but unless comedy touches me as well as amuses me, it leaves me with a sense of having wasted my evening." Wilde liked the early (and unsuccessful) plays of Bernard Shaw. Wilde wrote to Shaw: "I have read it ['Widowers' Houses'] twice with the keenest interest. I like your superb confidence in the dramatic value of the mere facts of life. I admire the horrible flesh and blood of your creatures, and your preface is a masterpiece--a real masterpiece of trenchant writing and caustic with and dramatic instinct."
  • ERNEST HEMINGWAY STOCK FOOTAGE FFC17-003927
  • Earnest Goes to Anime (1/4) - Whole thing in the description Alternate title: The Importance of Watching Earnest Evans Thanks to Valis77 for the gameplay and Cubex55 for the youtube account. Watch all their longplays at - The original video can be found at: As usual, you can watch the whole thing without waiting at blip.tv
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 4 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Alan Hay ... Lane Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Rosamund Greenwood ... Miss Prism Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. The actor (and manager) Geroge Alexander first presented this play with a one act curtain raiser by Langdon Mitchell. Wilde had submitted a four-act play, and was told to cut it down to three acts. He complied and most of the cutting involved folding the second and third acts into one--the second act as exits today. Wilde's son Vyvyan reconstructed the original 4-act version, (it survived in a German translation and from copies of Wilde's early drafts, where Lady Bracknell was then called Lady Brancaster). Some excellent stuff got cut! such as these exchanges: Jack: I would like, Miss Fairfax, to take advantage of Lady Brancaster's temporary absence. Gwendolen: Yes, Mr. Worthing, I would certainly advise you to do so. Jack: (A little taken aback.) Ahem!...I hope that what I am going to say to you will not be in any way a shock to you. Gwendolen: Oh! I am sure it won't. I have never been ...
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 9 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde A 1985 TV broadcast featuring the formidable and hilarious Lady Bracknell by Dame Wendy Hiller. link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Sydney Arnold ... Merriman Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. from Oscar Wilde's "The Decay of Lying": "The aim of the liar is simply to charm, to delight, to give pleasure. He is the very basis of civilized society." "We are a degraded race and have sold our birthright for a mess of facts." "No great artist ever sees things asa they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist."
  • David G. Evans feat Earnest Pugh Why Should I Be Bound
  • Earnest Pugh 'Rain On Us' Earnest Pugh's single 'Rain On Us' on the gospel mix volume III featuring other artists such as: James Fortune, Keith Wonderboy Johnson, GI, Nyoki, Jimmy Hicks, Warren Caldwell, Darrell McFadden, The Brown Boyz and others. This compilation has 17 songs as well as 17 videos. In Stores Everywhere.
  • Earnest Pugh - I Need Your Glory Official Music Video
  • Earnest Valentino as the King of Pop/ Extended Version Earnest Valentino performing various songs/ Extended Version.
  • United States of Transit Cuts t4 CNN's John King uses Transportation for America's Transit Cuts Map to talk about the debilitating transit cuts facing communities across the country. t4
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  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 10 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde A 1985 TV broadcast featuring the formidable and hilarious Lady Bracknell by Dame Wendy Hiller. link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Sydney Arnold ... Merriman Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Rosamund Greenwood ... Miss Prism Henry Moxon ... Rev Canon Chasuble Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. The actor (and manager) Geroge Alexander first presented this play with a one act curtain raiser by Langdon Mitchell. Wilde had submitted a four-act play, and was told to cut it down to three acts. He complied and most of the cutting involved folding the second and third acts into one--the second act as exits today. Wilde's son Vyvyan reconstructed the original 4-act version in 1957, (it survived in a German translation and from copies of Wilde's early drafts--and offered many more opportunities for the actors to eat on stage). Some excellent stuff got cut! here's a bit: Jack: Believe me, dear Cecily, I am acting for the best. Cecily: People always say that when they do thier worst. Jack: Child! Who taught you such a pessimistic idea? Cecily: No one; if ...
  • An Earnest Desire of Grey [Radiant Historia OST] Album playlist: Album: Radiant Historia Original Soundtrack Title: An Earnest Desire of Grey Composer: Yoko Shimomura Arranger: Yoko Shimomura Disc: 1 / 1 Track: 22 / 25 Release Date: December 15, 2010 Publisher: TEAM Entertainment Catalog Number: KDSD-00408
  • The Importance of Being Earnest (1986). Part 1 of 11 Part 1. Joan Plowright, Paul McGann, Rupert Frazer, Amanda Redman, Natalie Ogle
  • Radiohead- Exit Music (For a Film) [cover] Me playing a cover of Exit Music from Radiohead. Let me know if you like it (or not;-))!
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 11 of 11 link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": A 1985 TV broadcast featuring the formidable and hilarious Lady Bracknell by Dame Wendy Hiller. Wendy Hiller ... Lady Bracknell Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Ann Thornton ... Cecily Cardew Rosamund Greenwood ... Miss Prism Henry Moxon ... Rev Canon Chasuble Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) It was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. This is the only one of Oscar Wilde's plays free from melodrama and unconvincing moralizing. Wilde was deeply influenced by the works of Walter Pater, who wrote "the desire of beauty, the love of art for its own sake....For art comes to you, proposing frankly to give nothing but the highest quality to our moments as they pass." from "The Critic as Artist" by Oscar Wilde: "A little sincerity is a dangerous thing. All bad poetry springs from genuine feeling. To be natural is to be obvious, and to be obvious is to be inartistic." "There are two ways of disliking art. One is to dislike it. The other is to like it rationally." "All art is immoral." "Don't let us go to life for our fulfillment of our experience....It is through Art, and through Art only, that we can realize our perfection; through Art, and through ...
  • Title_0101.mp4 Interview with Earnest Valentino (2009) From the Vault. Earnest Valentino gives interview to Romanian television. (2009)
  • Joseph Prince - What is Earnest Prayer to God? - 22 May 2011 Ever wondered if you are praying "hard" enough for God to hear and answer you? Does God want you to pray long, pleading prayers with your head between your aching knees? Join Joseph Prince in this most enlightening message on what God considers as earnest prayer. Get a fresh revelation of the love and goodness of the One you are praying to, and be encouraged to know that "big" problems are no problem for God to solve. This message will surely change the way you pray, and position you to receive your answer every time you pray! Find us at: Purchase the full message at
  • Smooth Criminal - Earnest Valentino impersonating Michael Jackson @Obsession - Live [Official] Livia@ Obsession. Live Show MJ Tribute of Earnest Valentino, Michael Jackson double - impersonating Michael Jackson @Obsession - performing: Smooth Criminal. Earnest Valentino in Romania impersonating Michael Jackson in Obsession Club. Perfect imitation of MJ dance and singing. Earnest Valentino @ Cluj for the first time as Michael Jackson with two of Michael Jackson's best dancers. Live performing MJ show - king of pop
  • Earnest Valentino - Medley (MJNI Killer Thriller Party, London 2002) Michael Jackson Impersonator
  • The Importance of Being Earnest (2002) - Cigarette Case A scene from the 2002 film adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest, featuring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth. (C) Miramax Films.
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 3 of 11 "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde A 1985 TV broadcast featuring the formidable and hilarious Lady Bracknell by Dame Wendy Hiller. This segment includes her famous lines "Ignorance is like a delicate exotic fruit; touch it and the bloom is gone" and "A handbag?" Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Gabrielle Drake ... Gwendolen Fairfax Dame Wendy Hiller (Mrs. Ronald Gow) had a very distinguished stage career, and many fine television appearances. Despite much success in films, especially early on, she preferred the stage. Retired in 1992, she died at age 90 in 2003. A nice tribute to her here: Wendy Hiller is the only impersonator of this role who does not make me wish I was watching Dame Edith Evans. See Edith Evans do this very same scene here: link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) This production was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981.
  • The Great I Am - Earnest Pugh From The Album Kerry Douglas Presents - Gospel Mix IV. Available In Stores September 2010.
  • Earnest Valentino and Michael Jackson on Stage Earnest shares a private moment on stage with The King of Pop.
  • The Importance Of Being Earnest (Wendy Hiller) part 1 of 11 link below to playlist of all 11 parts of this "The Importance Of Being Earnest": 'The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde Gary Bond ... John Worthing, JP Jeremy Clyde ... Algernon Moncrieff Alan Hay ... Lane Directed by Michael Attenborough (stage) and Michael Lindsay-Hogg (TV) It was broadcasted on US television in 1985 (when I recorded in on this VHS tape), and that is the date given in several references, but it was originally produced in 1981. This production has never been commercially available for purchase in any media format. Oscar Wilde was famous as a dazzling personality and sparking conversationalist, but he wasn't described by his contemporaries as acting like one of his characters in his plays, tho. Max Beerbohm told SN Behrman: "Well, in the beginning he was the most enchanting company, don't you know. His conversation was so simple and natural and flowing--not at all epigrammatic, which would have been unbearable. He saved that for his plays, thank heaven." WH Auden writes (reviewing a collection of Wilde's letters): The post-prison letters are more interesting than the pre-prison. To begin with, Wilde is now a lonely man, without an audience of his social and intellectual equals, so he puts into his letters what in happier times he would have expressed in talk, and the reader gets glimpses of what his conversation must have been like: "I assure you that the type-writing machine, when played with expression, is not more annoying ...
  • Earnest Thomas III Orchard Lake St. Mary's Football Highlights CALL(313)485-1620 EARNEST THOMAS III FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS CLASS OF 2010
  • The Fumble - 1987 AFC Championship - Exclusive Footage The Fumble refers to a specific incident in the AFC Championship Game between the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos on January 17, 1988 at Mile High Stadium. With 1:12 left in the game, running back Earnest Byner appeared to be on his way to score the game-tying touchdown, but lost a fumble at the 3-yard line. After spending another year with the Browns, he was traded to the Washington Redskins prior to the start of 1989 season for running back Mike Oliphant. In his five seasons with Washington, Byner was selected to play in the Pro Bowl twice (1990, 1991) and won a Super Bowl ring with the team in the 1991 season. In that season's Super Bowl XXVI, in 1992, he caught a touchdown pass in the second quarter, and the Redskins won, giving him the NFL Championship ring he could not win with the Browns. The Browns had another chance to win the AFC in 1989, but lost again to the Broncos (for the 3rd time in 4 years). The videos and songs are used for entertainment purposes only. All such materials remain property and copyright of their respective owners. I do not claim ownership of these materials, and do not pretend to.