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Corpus Madonna fake trailer Bedroom Hymns Bernhard Stadler is owned by VDupLEXCorpus Madonna fake trailer Bedroom Hymns by CherlnIDA
"Bedroom Hymns" is by Florence+The Machine
The Great Mouse Detective is owned by Eve Titus/Disney
Internal Catalyst AU
(percussion beats)/(The Madonna on an altar starts bleeding)
This is a good place to fall as any/(Bastialus is brought up and offered a cloak with a cross crown, his shows disdain and nervousness)
We'll build out altar here/(A cult member fixes him into the cloak and robe)
Make me your Maria
I'm all ready on my knees/Member: This is where it starts, where everything starts...(sticks fingers into Bastialus' mouth, he gags) Her holiness flows within you!
(Scene fades and fades back to Bastialus covered over by naked bodies of priests and cult members. His eyes are wide and short of breath, clutching a cracked plastic baby Jesus doll)
You had Jesus on your breath
I caught him in mine/Bastialus: (eyes wavering, as he coughs and gasps)
Sweating our c
Living with A Mouse and A Rat-Ch 59-Business TripIsabelle packed her suitcase with ease and apprehension.Living with A Mouse and A Rat-Ch 59-Business Trip by NIGHTSTORM77
She had to get to New York to look over some costume plans. She was a little worried to leave Ratigan, Basil and Lily alone in the house for the weekend.
Oh god, will there still be a house when she gets back?
She heard a chuckle behind her and saw Ratigan leaning against the door.
“Darling, we are going to be fine. There will still be a house when you come back.”
She smiled awkwardly as she zipped up her bag and look up at him.
“Now, if any of you guys need something, just call Con or Leo.”
“There’s leftovers in the fridge.”
“If you want takeout, there’s money in the jar in the kitchen and Lily opens the door.”
“Isabelle, we will be fine. We are not children.” He laughed, then taking one of her hands
in his and smiled gently.
“I’m going to miss you.” He said, making her smile.
Great Mouse Reporter - Chapter 20Fievel stirred, and awoke in a straw bed, blinking. He looked over, seeing Olivia sitting next to him. The room was lit by a small candle. There were no windows, it seemed they were still underground. Looking to his right he saw Vartan, sitting against the wall. And keeping a lookout at the doorway, a figure in a longcoat, with long black hair.Great Mouse Reporter - Chapter 20 by Surenity
"Where…where are we?"
Olivia gasped, turning to Fievel, "Yer awake!"
She hugged him close and began to frantically kiss him all over, which not only made him blush but made him aware of the sharp pain in his head.
"Fievel is okay?" Vartan asked.
"My head hurts," said Fievel with a small groan.
"Ya've been out fer hours. I told ye that raft ride was a bad idea! But when we got swept down stream, this mouse rescued us."
Fievel looked again at the mysterious figure, who remained silent, standing guard at the door, staring through the barred window.
"Where are we?" Fievel asked, "And who is that?"
"He won't say who he is," said Olivia, "But we
The Mystery Of The Solitary Cyclist: Chapter twoBasil and I had learned from Miss Wing that she departed Monday by the 9:50 train at Waterloo station, so I set out early after a good, hearty breakfast, and caught the 9:13. At Farnham Station, I had no difficulty in being directed to Charlington Heath. It was quite impossible to mistake the road which Miss Wing had so helpfully described, for the road ran between the open heath upon one side, and an old yew hedge upon the other, surrounding a park which was dotted with magnificent poplar trees and beech. There was of course a main gateway of stone, and along with that central carriage drive, I observed several points where there were gaps in the hedge and paths leading through them, though it would be no hardship to go beneath the hedge and navigate through the braken. The house was invisible from the road, but the surroundings all spoke of gloom and decay.The Mystery Of The Solitary Cyclist: Chapter two by FoogerDoodles
The heath was covered with golden patches of flowering gorse, gleaming magnificently in the light of the bright spring sunshine.
Basil of Baker Street Character EssayWith fifty-four theatrical animated feature-length films in a span of more than seventy-five years, it’s no wonder than Walt Disney Animation Studios has arguably been one of the most successful film companies in cinematic history, especially lately with a newfound success with films such as Tangled and Frozen. However, they were never a company that had consistent success: after the death of Walt Disney, the company went through what is commonly referred to as their “Dark Age,” when many of the films released were either not commercially or critically successful. While none of the movies released during that period were bad, per se, some of them fell into the realm of obscurity. One of those films is 1986’s The Great Mouse Detective, undeservedly underrated not just because it’s a pretty good film in general, but also in part because of the rather complex and strong personality of the titular main character, Basil of Baker Street.Basil of Baker Street Character Essay by Johnny-Ether
Joker and Ratigan: Friends??Seriously, has anyone ever thought of this? (Probably not, but I like to ask anyway)Joker and Ratigan: Friends?? by RomanceFreak
See, I was just watching a few funny moments of Joker from Batman the animated series on YouTube, then my mind wandered over to Ratigan for some reason, and then a thought struck me: What if Ratigan and Joker were friends? I mean think about this, guys:
Both are killers/thievesBoth have detective enemies that always spoil their plansboth use blackmailTheir schemes are all a big game to them; they enjoy the thrill of the chase and playing with their pawnsThey are both are wickedly playful(ish)Both cackle maniacallyBoth have big smug grins on their facesBoth have bad tempersBoth have titles for crime: "Napoleon of Crime" and "Clown Prince of Crime"Both are incredibly smart (I'm a bit iffy when it comes to talking about the Joker being smart, but he has pulled off some pretty well thought out crimes, so I'm giving it to him)Both, despite the audience being horrified with their deeds and terrified of
Let's Talk--Professor Ratigan and Detective BasilHey guys! So I'm starting this new thing called Let's Talk. I'll probably do once a week. Let's Talk will have me discussing different topics that interest me at the moment, and I would like to hear other's point of view about it, so we can have discussions, fandoms, and/or friendly debates about it. So, let's get started!Let's Talk--Professor Ratigan and Detective Basil by RomanceFreak
"Oh, I LOVE it when I'm nasty." --Professor Ratigan
"Who knows what dastardly schemes that villain is plotting...even as we speak... " --Detective Basil
"You know what happens when someone upsets me..." --Professor Ratigan
"This case is most intriguing with the multiplicity of elements and its twists and turns..." Detective Basil
So as you can probably guess, this week's topic is: The Great Mouse Detective!! I LOVE this movie!! It's just so brilliant!! The characters are so much fun, the adventure always keeps you on your toes, and there's a whole barrel of laughs along the way. Funny thing is, I never was a GMD fan growing up (maybe beca
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