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Great Balls Of Fire



"Great Balls of Fire" is a 1957 popular song recorded by American rock and roll musician Jerry Lee Lewis on Sun Records[2] and featured in the 1957 movie Jamboree. It was written by Otis Blackwell and Jack Hammer. The Jerry Lee Lewis 1957 recording was ranked as the 96th greatest song ever by Rolling Stone. The song is in AABA form.[3] The song sold one million copies in its first 10 days of release in the United States making it one of the best-selling singles in the United States at that time.




Great Balls Of Fire


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Jerry Lee Lewis has by all accounts led a dark and driven life, shadowed by drugs, booze, violence, scandal and the tragic ends of two of his several wives and one of his children. An accurate biopic about his life would belong on the same bill with "I'll Cry Tomorrow" or "The Rose." But that picture wouldn't be much fun - as indeed great long stretches of the life itself must not have been much fun - and so "Great Balls of Fire" gives us a Jerry Lee Lewis who has been sanitized, popularized and lobotomized. Even then, the story ends in 1959 - before most of the events for which "The Killer" became notorious.


There is also the music. There are three great hits in the movie - "Whole Lotta Shakin'," "Great Balls of Fire" and "Breathless" - and the rest is filler material like "High School Confidential." But Quaid does a good job of reproducing the Lewis stage persona, and the soundtrack piano and vocals are, as the end credits assure us, by "The Killer Himself."


This movie is the second collaboration between McBride and Quaid, who made the great "The Big Easy" together in 1987. It's easy to see from that film why it was thought that they could do justice to Lewis. McBride has a natural feel for the South, and Quaid has the ability to play a charming, libidinous con man.


The boys suggest that Jim's Corolla might be warmer if he lit a little fire up front, while Barry's backfiring pick up sets much of South Carolina ablaze and Mary might call out the locals to burn down Car Talk Plaza after Ray insists that the Alamo is a reconstructed tourist trap. Put on your flame-retardant headphones because Click and Clack are going out in a blaze of glory on this episode of the Best of Car Talk.


For you real movie buffs, remember in Gone with the Wind when Scarlett shocks Mammy by ripping down her mother's drapery to make a dress? Scarlett retorts, "Great balls of fire! They're my curtains now!"


"The annual Taurid meteor shower is going on right now, and we are seeing steady activity in our meteor cameras," said Bill Cooke, head of the NASA Meteoroid Environments Office. "Individuals should not be surprised if they see a bright meteor or fireball over the next few nights."


The gas ball is in a galaxy cluster called Abell 3266, millions of light years from Earth, thus posing absolutely no danger to our solar system. Abell 3266 contains hundreds of galaxies and great amounts of hot gas that is nearly a hundred million degrees. Both the cluster gas and the giant gas ball are held together by the gravitational attraction of unseen dark matter.


How do you get a group of military veterans of all different ages together and have them agree on a common theme? It's really quite simple! You turn and burn down to your local movie theatre to see a pro-military film and right now, there is nothing more pro-military than "Top Gun: Maverick!" When the members of Missouri Post 302 felt the need for speed, they planned their meeting at the Marcus Des Peres Cinema in St. Louis. They went below the hard-deck and took full advantage of the $5 Tuesday pricing, while in the comfort of the dream lounger reclining seats, all while watching the DLX super screen! When it comes time to buzz the tower, the only way to do it is in full IMAX! It's like going Mach 2 with your hair on fire! So get your favorite wingman and go inverted to your local theatre to plan your next social event! Yee-haw!


Located in the city of Mythis, the Great Balls of Fire are guarded by the hero Hercufleas, who keeps them in his acropolis home. The Great Balls of Fire are evidently more powerful than regular fireballs, as they were shown to explode violently upon contact with an object, creating an explosion powerful enough to destroy a stone wall and pillars.


The Great Balls of Fire can also be controlled mentally by whoever is in possession of them, as King Koopa was shown to make several of the Great Balls of Fire chase Mario and Luigi by simply concentrating and making gestures with his hands. The Great Balls of Fire are also finite, meaning that they will eventually be extinguished if used too much. If the Great Balls do run out, they can seemingly be ignited once more by simply placing fire in the urn the Great Balls of Fire are kept in.


Mattie, the gnome responsible for setting up the fireworks displays for Tinkerfest, has a small problem with malfunctioning clockworks loaded with fireworks which are self-replicating themselves and threatening to overrun Steamfont. I have offered to help destroy some of them. 041b061a72


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