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Roblox Gross And Funny Forum Posts! *2012* *Funny*
 
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I do not own the music. CAUTION The content in this video is innaproprite and unsuitable for kids under 13.
Views: 2154 RobloxHackerdude
"A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to The Forum"-Nov 19, 2015
 
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The Benjamin School Drama Club's presentation of the comedy classic.
Views: 33435 BTV N3WS
Funny Questions: Fan Forum with Max, Stoffel & Valtteri | F1 Belgian GP 2018
 
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Ashish Chanchlani’s Fun Interview | Talks About Movies, Bigg Boss, Ranveer & More
 
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Ashish Chanchlani, one of the most famous YouTubers in today’s times with a subscriber base of 9.7 million and counting and also a Instagram family of 3 million followers, a complete sensation in today’s world of internet was recently roped in by India Forums for a candid chat with us where Ashish spoke about his journey, videos, YouTube career & much more so watch the video to hear it all from him. Ashish Chanchlani’s Interview With India Forums. Senior Reporter: Ranjini Nair Video Production: Simran Mishra Cameraperson: Mangesh Redekar, Babaji Nanaware Editor: Vyankatesh Lutukurthi Check out Ashish's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ashchanchlani Stalk him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashishchanc... Tweet him: https://twitter.com/ashchanchlani #AshishChanchlani #AshishChanchlanivines Subscribe to India Forums: https://www.youtube.com/indiaforums Visit our website for Buzzing Hot News: http://www.india-forums.com/ Check out our Social Media Handles for Quick updates Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indiaforums Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiaforums Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiaforums/
Views: 216450 India Forums
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum | The Muny
 
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Load up the chariots, we are off to The Muny for big, big laughs! Considered one of Broadway’s greatest farces, this musical romp through Rome includes desperate lovers, mistaken identities, scheming neighbors and secrets behind every toga. With delicious music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, this is one hair-brained Roman forum you won’t want to miss! Learn more and buy tickets: https://muny.org Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/munytheatre Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/themuny Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/themuny 2017 Muny Season: Jesus Christ Superstar - June 12-18 Disney's The Little Mermaid - June 20-29 A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - July 5-11 All Shook Up - July 13-19 The Unsinkable Molly Brown - July 21-27 A Chorus Line - July 29 - August 4 Newsies - August 7-13 Enriching lives by producing exceptional musical theatre, accessible to all, continuing its remarkable tradition in Forest Park.
Views: 12968 The Muny TV
A Funny Thing Happened Official Trailer #1 - Michael Crawford Movie (1966) HD
 
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Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt A Funny Thing Happened Trailer - In ancient Rome, a lazy slave named Pseudolus (Zero Mostel) will be freed if he can procure the beautiful virgin Philia (Annette Andre) for his young master. MGM - 1966
Funny Forum 2016
 
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A theater company somewhere in America performs A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum in 2016.
Views: 49 Squirm114
Free- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM SOUNDTRACK
 
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The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of fresh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 19695 Joseph Sensor
A Funny Thing Happened in the Forum
 
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"Oh my God, you're not my usual crowd! I feel like I'm looking at the finalists of an Elizabeth Warren look-alike contest!" A presentation by Alec Mapa in the Rector's Forum at All Saints Church on Sunday, December 17, 2017. Follow us on Twitter @ASCpas. Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AllSaintsPasadena/. Donate to support the mission and ministries of All Saints at https://allsaints-pas.org/donate/donate-now/.
"Comedy Tonight" - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (OBC, 1962)
 
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Zero Mostel recreates "Comedy Tonight" on the 1971 Tonys.
Views: 46983 Haplology Kloof
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - Buster Keaton
 
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966)
Views: 8062 Jayvee neration
Free- A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum- 1996 BCR
 
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A wonderful song from Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. I do not own the rights, but hopefully this clip will encourage you to buy the full cast album.
Views: 5078 B E
Explaining HGH Blood tests and Funny Rant about Forums
 
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Views: 2189 Federico Zalupa
Kinda Funny Forums Are Now Live!
 
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Sign up for the forums now! www.kindafunny.com/forums Watch the FULL Kinda Funny Live Here! https://youtu.be/2uJBDk0mFF4 Music by Tonedeff - http://www.QN5.com Follow us on Twitter! Greg - http://www.twitter.com/GameOverGreggy Colin - http://www.twitter.com/NoTaxation Nick - http://www.twitter.com/Nick_Scarpino Tim - http://www.twitter.com/TimGettys
Views: 5954 Kinda Funny
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (2007) Act 1
 
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Florida International University presents this musical comedy classic!
Views: 24947 Mario Xavier
Funny forums on soc
 
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Views: 37 Zion Luke
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
 
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Little Radical Theatrics Winter 2016
Views: 4360 littleradicaltheater
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1962) [Full Album]
 
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The complete soundtrack to the 1962 musical "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum". This is the original Broadway cast recording with the music and lyrics written by Stephen Sondheim and the book written by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. Tracklist: Act I 1. Overture (0:00) 2. Comedy Tonight (3:16) 3. Love, I Hear (8:17) 4. Free (11:08) 5. Lovely (14:44) 6. Pretty Little Picture (17:52) 7. Everybody Ought to Have a Maid (20:47) 8. I'm Calm (24:38) 9. Impossible (27:30) 10. Bring Me My Bride (30:05) Act II 11. That Dirty Old Man (33:27) 12. That'll Show Him (35:42) 13. Lovely (Reprise) (37:32) 14. Funeral Sequence (39:52) 15. Finale (41:58) Note: This soundtrack is not to be confused with the 1966 film adaptation's of the same name. I do not own any of this content.
Views: 3717 Geoff Jacobs
Michael Crawford A Funny Thing Happenend On The Way To The Forum
 
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a clip from the film "A funny thing happened on the way to the forum"
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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Caltech 2011)
 
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The Caltech Players perform the Musical Comedy "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" Table of Contents: Prelude: 4:21 "Comedy Tonight": 4:57
Views: 62828 mind_combatant
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum - Preview Trailer
 
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A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM November 14, 2015 - December 13, 2015 at Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Originally Produced on Broadway by Harold S. Prince Choreography by Denis Jones Directed by Jessica Stone BUY TICKETS at tworivertheater.org "Diverting, silly, witty, and absolutely a hoot" - Talkin' Broadway “offering a sweet, nut-filled slice of early Sondheim” – The New York Times Something for everyone…a Comedy Tonight! Kick off your Holiday Season with Broadway’s greatest musical farce, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Director Jessica Stone (Absurd Person Singular) takes audiences on a hilarious romp through Ancient Rome with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and an all-male troupe of gifted comic actors. Join us for loads of laughter and chaos when Pseudolus, an ambitious (but somewhat lousy) slave, tries to win his freedom by playing matchmaker for his innocent young master. With blustering generals, anxious sidekicks and courtesans to contend with, it won’t be an easy task! Cast: Paul Castree, Eddie Cooper, Tom Deckman, Christopher Fitzgerald, Kevin Isola, David Josefsberg, Max Kumangai, Graham Rowat, Manny Stark, Bobby Conte Thornton, David Turner & Michael Urie. Approximate runtime including one 15-minute intermission: 2 hours, 20 minutes.
Views: 15778 tworivertheater
Funny Mario Kart Wii Ban Appeals - Wiimmfi Wii-Homebrew Forums
 
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My Discord: https://discord.gg/7aP5Q8A Tried a different style of video today. Most of these come from here: http://forum.wii-homebrew.com/index.php/Thread/51720-About-banning But all are taken from forum.wii-homebrew.com If you enjoyed this video, please leave a LIKE! Please follow me on Twitter! @kevinvg207 http://www.twitter.com/kevinvg207
Views: 12402 KevinVG207
Calm- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM SOUNDTRACK
 
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HING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of fresh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 20301 Joseph Sensor
Charles Engelsgjerd performing "I'm Calm" from A Funny Thing...
 
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Charles Engelsgjerd performing "I'm Calm" from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. NYFA senior audition video.
Views: 5769 Cengelsgjerd
Richard Lester - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
 
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Actor/Comedian Greg Proops breaks down Richard Lester's A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (1966). A wily slave must unite a virgin courtesan and his young smitten master to earn his freedom.
Views: 9210 FilmStruck
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum 1996 Broadway cast
 
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This video is about My Movie. The opening number to Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966)
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A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
 
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Fasten your togas for a hilarious trip to ancient Rome in Pittsburgh Public Theater's fast-paced revival of A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM. Featuring the unforgettable music & lyrics of Stephen Sondheim and a book by Burt Shevelove & Larry Gelbart, FORUM is "as timeless as comedy itself" (The New York Times). Directed & choreographed by Ted Pappas, FORUM will bring down the house from January 25 through February 25 at the O'Reilly Theater. For tickets and information, call 412.316.1600 or buy online at PPT.ORG.
Views: 9963 ThePublicPgh
Lovely- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
 
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HING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of fresh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 22847 Joseph Sensor
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) [Full Album]
 
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The complete soundtrack to the 1966 film "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum". Tracklist: 1. Tiba Solo-Into-Comedy Tonight (0:00) 2. Search for Mare's Sweat (3:31) 3. Lovely (4:14) 4. Tintinbula's Dance (7:05) 5. Vibrata's Dance (8:07) 6. Roman Emissary (8:56) 7. Everybody Ought to Have a Maid (9:34) 8. Riot at the Funeral (12:29) 9. Domina Returns (Fanfare) (13:58) 10. Erroneous Returns (16:39) 11. Orgy Music - Roman Style (17:29) 12. Lovely (Reprise) (18:37) 13. In the Arena (20:57) 14. The Dirge (22:38) 15. The Rescue of Phila-Into-The Chase (26:22) 16. Comedy Tonight and Playout (32:24) Note: This soundtrack is for the film adaptation of the Broadway musical and should not be confused with any of its stage versions. I do not own any of this content. What album do YOU want to see posted next?
Views: 719 Geoff Jacobs
Bharti Singh And Harsh Limbhachiya React To Funny Situations | Fun Segment
 
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Watch the video, for the most entertaining and fun segment with Bharti Singh and Harsh Limbachiya. Subscribe to India Forums: https://www.youtube.com/indiaforums Visit our website for Buzzing Hot News: http://www.india-forums.com/ Check out our Social Media Handles for Quick updates Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indiaforums Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiaforums Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiaforums/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+IndiaForums Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/indiaforums
Views: 708238 India Forums
NEW AND FUNNY LIBERIAN COMEDY 2017 SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP (THE FORUM)
 
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Bring Me My Bride- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM SOUNDTRACK
 
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HING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of flesh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 11915 Joseph Sensor
forum fun on msp ~high tops479~
 
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me and my 2 bff's are at my house (my real house) and we are doing all the funny forums on msp
Views: 91 Ellisa channel
Funny Forum Posts Episode 2-Runescape Forums
 
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I found some doozys this time.
Views: 328 RSJustTrees
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (End Titles)
 
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The end titles animated and designed by Richard Williams for the 1966 film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's comedy musical.
Views: 16136 TheThiefArchive
Funeral Sequence- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM SOUNDTRACK
 
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HING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of fresh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 5060 Joseph Sensor
Impossible- A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM SOUNDTRACK
 
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HING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM The setting for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is a street in ancient Rome, in front of three adjacent houses. First is the brothel of Lycus, who takes his profession of peddler of fresh very seriously. Next is the house of Senex, his wife Domina, and their son Hero. Last is the house of Erronius who continually bemoans the unsolved kidnapping long ago of his son and daughter. Pseudolus, a slave in the household Senex and the property of Hero, is anxious to obtain his freedom. To do so, he will resort to all kinds of trickery, abetted reluctantly by fellow-slave Hysterium. (“I live to grovel,” he says complacently.) Pseudolus, who is a conniving and quick-witted rascal, has figured that the best way of bargaining for his freedom is to cater to the sex-hungers of the men of the household, especially Hero, who yearns for the beautiful Philia, a still virginal girl who is in basic training for a courtesan’s career in the bawdy house run by Lycus. Hero agrees to give Pseudolus his freedom if he can help him win Philia. Hero’s aging father, however, lecherously wants to have a last fling and likewise has his eye on Philia. Thus, Pseudolus must also try to give him what he deserves. Finally, as the ultimate complication, Pseudolus is faced with the contracted fact that Philia has already been sold by Lycus to Miles Gloriosus, a soldier momentarily absent from Rome. Forced to foil all the males who are after the lovely but dumb Philia, Pseudolus has to maneuver with resourcefulness and agility, and the action crosscuts from the chaste to the chase with dizzying speed. Guffaws keep erupting as the schemes of Pseudolus boomerang and get him ever deeper into a mire of deception, entangling everybody who comes near. When the vainglorious and licentious Miles Gloriosus returns to Rome and demands fulfillment of his contract for Philia, Pseudolus is in desperation and quickly declares that she is dead. To help him in this charade, he persuades Hysterium to don a wig and women’s clothes and pretend to be the corpse. The very much alive Philia, hearing her contracted owner has returned, dim wittedly thinks that old Senex is the man who has purchased her, so Senex excitedly tries to escape his battle-ax of a wife, Domina, in order to enjoy his good luck. In preparation for the anticipated encounter, he oils himself with sweet ointments and begins issuing a gurgling mating call. The ever-funny comic bit of mistaken identities kicks into high gear as there are suddenly three Philias: the real one, Hysterium in his fright-wig and women’s clothes, and Domina, who, in a similar wig, is attempting to snatch back her husband in the guise of the young courtesan. Suddenly everybody is chasing everybody else, mistakenly and hilariously, as the wily Pseudolus keeps the three unsuspecting Philias from confronting each other. In the end it is discovered that the real Philia and Miles Gloriosus are long-lost brother and sister, the kidnapped children of Erronius. Since they are siblings, Miles Gloriosus voids his contract for Philia, and she is found of sufficient high birth to become Hero’s bride. And, of course, the scheming Pseudolus wins his freedom. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 9529 Joseph Sensor
A Funny Thing Happened--Mo Rocca, Fight Songs
 
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Selected full Forums now available at http://www.theforumchannel.tv/ Mo Rocca sings his original fight songs for the Seattle Seahawks and Pittsburgh Steelers at The Connecticut Forum's "A Funny Thing Happened." Other panelists were Bob Saget and Nancy Giles and moderator for The Forum was Peter Sagal. Learn more about The Connecticut Forum and upcoming events at www.ctforum.org See FULL FORUMS at www.theforumchannel.tv
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"Lovely" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum --- Shalia Sakona
 
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"Lovely" from Miami Acting Company's 2014 production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. With Shalia Sakona as Philia, Tyler Reed as Hero, and Chris Chisolm as Pseudolus.
Views: 2104 Shalia Sakona
R.I.P Dean Burman - Decorators forum legend.
 
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Absolutely devastating to hear that much loved decorators forum member Dean Burman had sadly passed away. I have put together some of his funny videos he posted on the decorators forum. R.I.P Dean Burman
Views: 1864 Decorators Forum
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum — Overture
 
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Original Broadway Cast Recording
Views: 12341 Doug Frasher
A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum: The Cast rehearse Comedy Tonight
 
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Academy, Tony and Emmy Award winning GEOFFREY RUSH returns to his true home on stage with an all-star comedy cast in the brazenly retro Broadway musical, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. Playing in Melbourne only for a strictly limited 12 week season at Her Majesty's Theatre. Your colossal comedy lineup includes GEOFFREY RUSH, SHANE BOURNE, HUGH SHERIDAN, MAGDA SZUBANSKI, GERRY CONNOLLY, CHRISTIE WHELAN, MITCHELL BUTEL, ADAM MURPHY and BOB HORNERY.
Views: 20105 funnythingoz

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