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I classici del fumetto BUR 005 – Topolino (Rizzoli 1999-10)  Comics

Posted by edi1967 at July 22, 2016
I classici del fumetto BUR 005 – Topolino (Rizzoli 1999-10)

I classici del fumetto BUR 005 – Topolino (Rizzoli 1999-10)
Italian | CBR | 286 pages | 177.8 MB

Quel topastro dalle enormi orecchie in controluce, sostenuto da un inguaribile ottimismo, da uno sfrontato ottimismo e dalla più sfacciata delle fortune.

I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Tex - Il Patto di Sangue  Comics

Posted by Mendose at July 2, 2015
I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Tex - Il Patto di Sangue

I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Tex - Il Patto di Sangue
Italian | CBR | 292 pages | 172 MB

Bur - Volume 219 - Smash  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 25, 2015
Bur - Volume 219 - Smash

Bur - Volume 219 - Smash
Italian | CBR | 129 pages | 11.4 MB

I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Volume 18 - Pippo  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Feb. 22, 2015
I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Volume 18 - Pippo

I Classici del Fumetto Bur - Volume 18 - Pippo
Italian | CBR | 340 pages | 334 MB

Mettiamoci a cucinare (Best BUR)  

Posted by AlenMiler at Dec. 26, 2014
Mettiamoci a cucinare (Best BUR)

Mettiamoci a cucinare (Best BUR) di Benedetta Parodi
Italiano | 3 gennaio 2014 | ISBN: 8817071463, 8817060968 | 377 Pagine | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 52.7 MB

Ci sono giorni in cui gli amici si presentano all'improvviso e tu sei appena rientrata da lavoro-palestra-supermercato. Ci sono giorni in cui hai voglia di casa, giorni nei quali stare ai fornelli è un momento di relax e una coccola per chi si ama.

Bur 110 - Schulz - Ecco l'Asso della I Guerra Mondiale  Comics

Posted by Mendose at July 11, 2014
Bur 110 - Schulz - Ecco l'Asso della I Guerra Mondiale

Bur 110 - Schulz - Ecco l'Asso della I Guerra Mondiale
Italian | CBR | 132 pages | 101 MB
Splatter: Naked Blood / Nekeddo burâddo: Megyaku (1996)

Splatter: Naked Blood / Nekeddo burâddo: Megyaku (1996)
Japanese | DVDRip | MKV | AVC, 1840 Kbps | 632x352 | 23.976 fps | 1.10 GB
Audio: AC-3, 192 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:17:00 minutes | Subtitle: English
Genre: Horror | Mystery | Sci-Fi

A scientist taints his mother's scientific experiment with his own drug that transforms pain into a pleasurable experience. Unfortunately for the three women involved in the experiment, the drug works a little bit too well.

A Cook's Tour of Iowa (Bur Oak Book) (repost)  

Posted by Book-er at June 4, 2012
A Cook's Tour of Iowa (Bur Oak Book) (repost)

Susan Puckett, "A Cook's Tour of Iowa (Bur Oak Book)"
English | 1990 | ISBN: 087745289X | 310 pages | epub | 2,8 MB

This unusual book actually is more interesting for its colorful local history than for its recipes. Ingredients like garlic powder, Jell-O, and bottled barbecue sauce are favorites of all too many of these midwestern cooks, but the sources of the recipes and the stories accompanying them are fascinating. Grant Wood's Potato Salad, ethnic dishes from the Scandinavian settlers, and Indian Fry Bread from the Mesquakie Powwow are among the best. For oral history as well as regional cooking collections.
Planeta Bur (Planet of Storms) / Планета бурь (1962)

Planeta Bur (Planet of Storms) / Планета бурь (1962)
DVD, DVD-Rip | Russian | Subtitle: English (not built in) | 1:18:33 | 720 x 576, 704 x 528 | 25 fps | MPEG 7576 kbps, DivX 2035 kbps | AC3, 448 kb/s, 6 ch | 6,24 GB, 1.36 GB
Genre: Sci-Fi

Cosmonauts land on the planet Venus. However, they find themselves in danger from the voracious monsters they find on it. Wonderful period special effects, some are truly astounding. An intelligent, engaging story dealing with the discovery of an ancient culture.
Compared it with most of the SF which the USA was churning up to this time, it's positively stellar. It's weakest points are its sketchy characterisations, and rather poor pacing. The film actually begins with the disclaimer "Venus may well be entirely different to this", and what follows is a serious attempt to depict a Venusian expedition - marred perhaps by the odd dinosaur, but surprisingly free of Soviet chest-thumping. Planet of Storms won't blow your mind, but you'll find yourself being charmed by the ingenious photography, sets, creatures, etc.
Pavel Klushantsev, who directed more Russian SF films, found himself propelled from obscurity into sudden demand by the Soviet authorities when the production of his 1958 SF debut, 'Road to the Stars' coincided with the launch of Sputnik. Although he languished in almost total obscurity in the West, his films were enormously popular in the USSR, and, as a recent documentary noted, many of his cinematic innovations were 'borrowed' 10 years later by Kubrick in '2001'.
Planeta Bur (Planet of Storms) / Планета бурь (1962)

Planeta Bur (Planet of Storms) / Планета бурь (1962)
DVD-Rip | Russian | Subtitle: English, Russian (not built in) | 1:18:33 | 704 x 528 | 25fps | XviD | AC3 - 448 kb/s tot , 6 chnls (3/2 .1) | 1.36 GB
Genre: Sci-Fi

Cosmonauts land on the planet Venus. However, they find themselves in danger from the voracious monsters they find on it. Wonderful period special effects, some are truly astounding. An intelligent, engaging story dealing with the discovery of an ancient culture.
Compared it with most of the SF which the USA was churning up to this time, it's positively stellar. It's weakest points are its sketchy characterisations, and rather poor pacing. The film actually begins with the disclaimer "Venus may well be entirely different to this", and what follows is a serious attempt to depict a Venusian expedition - marred perhaps by the odd dinosaur, but surprisingly free of Soviet chest-thumping. Planet of Storms won't blow your mind, but you'll find yourself being charmed by the ingenious photography, sets, creatures, etc.
Pavel Klushantsev, who directed more Russian SF films, found himself propelled from obscurity into sudden demand by the Soviet authorities when the production of his 1958 SF debut, 'Road to the Stars' coincided with the launch of Sputnik. Although he languished in almost total obscurity in the West, his films were enormously popular in the USSR, and, as a recent documentary noted, many of his cinematic innovations were 'borrowed' 10 years later by Kubrick in '2001'.