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A little boy becomes increasingly worried that his own heart is going to stop after witnessing his grandfather have a heart attack in front of his eyes.  (Best with headphones)   Director/Writer: Matty Brown Cinematographer: Daniel Stewart Assistant Director: Luis Restrepo	 Producer: Mandy Ward Production Manager: Dan Shovlin Executive Producer/Writer: Larry Silberfein Executive Producer: Mary Warner Production Company: Workhouse Creative - Keith Rivers   	 	  Editor: Nick Pezzi...

A little boy becomes increasingly worried that his own heart is going to stop after witnessing his grandfather have a heart attack in front of his eyes. (Best with headphones) Director/Writer: Matty Brown Cinematographer: Daniel Stewart Assistant Director: Luis Restrepo Producer: Mandy Ward Production Manager: Dan Shovlin Executive Producer/Writer: Larry Silberfein Executive Producer: Mary Warner Production Company: Workhouse Creative - Keith Rivers Editor: Nick Pezzi...

Trader Horn (1931) - IMDb/trivia/Director W.S. Van Dyke and many of the crew contracted malaria and were treated with quinine. Two fatal mishaps occurred during the African filming: a native crewman fell into the river and was eaten by a crocodile, and a native boy was killed by a charging rhino (which was captured on film and is in the movie). Other misfortunes also plagued the production, including flash floods, sunstroke, swarming locusts, and tse-tse fly and ant attacks.

Trader Horn (1931) - IMDb/trivia/Director W.S. Van Dyke and many of the crew contracted malaria and were treated with quinine. Two fatal mishaps occurred during the African filming: a native crewman fell into the river and was eaten by a crocodile, and a native boy was killed by a charging rhino (which was captured on film and is in the movie). Other misfortunes also plagued the production, including flash floods, sunstroke, swarming locusts, and tse-tse fly and ant attacks.

Mississippi River - Attack on Island No. 10, by Frank Leslie

Mississippi River - Attack on Island No. 10, by Frank Leslie

Our formulas are made using ingredients biodegradables, non-toxic, organics and naturals certified, the fragrances are of essential organic oils. Resulting in applications for soaps, fruit and vegetable wash, cleaning products, personal care products, aromatherapy, household products, pet care products, and industrial and commercial use products.  They are Biodegradable, Safe for Septic & Grey Water Systems, do not harm the rivers and the ocean, and do not attack reefs and aquatic flora.

Our formulas are made using ingredients biodegradables, non-toxic, organics and naturals certified, the fragrances are of essential organic oils. Resulting in applications for soaps, fruit and vegetable wash, cleaning products, personal care products, aromatherapy, household products, pet care products, and industrial and commercial use products. They are Biodegradable, Safe for Septic & Grey Water Systems, do not harm the rivers and the ocean, and do not attack reefs and aquatic flora.

The Untold Story of Washington's Surprise Attack: The Daring Crossing of the Delaware River

The Untold Story of Washington's Surprise Attack: The Daring Crossing of the Delaware River

Buyenlarge 'Confederate Bombardment of Us War Sloop Seminole' by Frank Leslie Painting Print Size: 24" H x 36" W x 1.5" D

Buyenlarge 'Confederate Bombardment of Us War Sloop Seminole' by Frank Leslie Painting Print Size: 24" H x 36" W x 1.5" D

'Japanese Attack Russian Communist Forces at A Train Along The Amur River' Print (Black Framed Poster Print 20x30)

'Japanese Attack Russian Communist Forces at A Train Along The Amur River' Print (Black Framed Poster Print 20x30)

Photo made in Porto (Portugal) in a QUARTER of the city where you see the red roofs and a high tower. Porto is located on the north bank of the Douro River, not far from the Atlantic Ocean. Very famous is the Vinho do Porto; In fact, the latter is produced from grapes of the Douro Valley, was identified with the city in the second half of the seventeenth century because most of the production was exported by sea from its port. Occasionally Porto is also called the cidade invicta is rejected…

Photo made in Porto (Portugal) in a QUARTER of the city where you see the red roofs and a high tower. Porto is located on the north bank of the Douro River, not far from the Atlantic Ocean. Very famous is the Vinho do Porto; In fact, the latter is produced from grapes of the Douro Valley, was identified with the city in the second half of the seventeenth century because most of the production was exported by sea from its port. Occasionally Porto is also called the cidade invicta is rejected…

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