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Le Berceuse de Misérables

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  • Added: 2008-04-21 18:46:19
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AP European History Project Timeline: 1700's - 1900's Music: "They" by Jem "Nana del Laberinto del Fauno" by Javier Navarette Summary: France - 1755-1793 England - 1800's…
AP European History Project Timeline: 1700's - 1900's Music: "They" by Jem "Nana del Laberinto del Fauno" by Javier Navarette Summary: France - 1755-1793 England - 1800's Spain - Post 1944 The cycle of history repeats time and time again as weak and corrupt governments rule its people. With every story, the people are the ones to rebel or are punished in the wars that are to follow. ~o.O.*.O.o.~ Marie Antoinette © Columbia Pictures http://www.sonypictures.com/homevideo/marieantoinette/index.html http://www.sonypictures.com The Brothers Grimm © Dimension Films | Summit Entertainment http://web.archive.org/web/20050806010757/miramax.com/thebrothersgrimm/ http://www.weinstenco.com Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl © Walt Disney Pictures | Buena Vista Pictures http://disney.go.com/disneyvideos/liveaction/pirates/main_site/main.html http://www.waltdisneypictures.com http://www.bvimovies.co.uk/ Pan's Labyrinth © Guillermo del Toro | Warner Brothers | Picturehouse | Optimum http://www.panslabyrinth.com/ http://www.warnerbros.com http://www.picturehouse.com "They" © Jem | RCA Records | ATO Records http://www.jem-music.com http://www.rcarecords.com http://www.atorecords.com "Nana del Laberinto del Fauno" © Javier Navarette | Milan Entertainment http://www.milanrecords.com ~o.O.*.O.o.~ This video is purely fan-made and is in no way associated with the film/record company, actors, or musical artist(s) shown or otherwise. No copyright infringement was intended and all copyrighted materials belong to their respective owners. ~o.O.*.O.o.~ This video didn't turn out as well as I hoped it would, but hopefully it's still enjoyable to watch. Since I couldn't find that many clips I had to use The Brothers Grim and Pirates of the Caribbean, but just for the people scene. Love both movies, but it was awkward using them. Lol. Hopefully the transition from each movie was acceptable. Thank-you and please rate and comment!
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