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  • Each of the separate installments into which a serialized story or radio or television program is divided
  • (episode) a part of a broadcast serial
  • An event or a group of events occurring as part of a larger sequence; an incident or period considered in isolation
  • A finite period in which someone is affected by a specified illness
  • (episode) a happening that is distinctive in a series of related events
  • (episode) a brief section of a literary or dramatic work that forms part of a connected series
    sopranos
  • The highest of the four standard singing voices
  • A female or boy singer with such a voice
  • A part written for such a voice
  • (soprano) the highest female voice; the voice of a boy before puberty
  • (soprano) having or denoting a high range; "soprano voice"; "soprano sax"; "the boy still had a fine treble voice"; "the treble clef"
  • (soprano) a female singer
    of the
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    watch
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • Keep under careful or protective observation
  • a small portable timepiece
  • Secretly follow or spy on
    free
  • Without cost or payment
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  • grant freedom to; free from confinement
  • loose: without restraint; "cows in India are running loose"

Johnny Kraaykamp
Johnny Kraaykamp
Dutch card. John Kraaykamp, Sr. (1925 – 2011) was one of The Netherlands' most popular comedians, praised for his perfect timing. For years, he formed a comedy team with Rijk de Gooyer as Johnny & Rijk. He also played in more serious plays and films, including the Academy Award winning WWII drama film De aanslag/The Assault (1986). From 1993 until 2003, he starred in the successful sitcom Het Zonnetje in Huis along his son John Kraaijkamp, Jr. Johnny Kraaykamp (also written as Kraaijkamp) was born as Jan Hendrik Kraaijkamp in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in 1925. He was one of four children of a greengrocer and a housecleaner. He grew up in the Kinkerbuurt in Amsterdam. After an accident, his father was declared unfit for work and Johnny had to find work at a young age. At the age of 14, he already performed as a boy soprano in the famous Amsterdam theatre Carre. He worked for a short while as acrobat, but then moved on to become a singer in a show orchestra. He performed as an entertainer and bass player in local bars, where he was discovered in the 1950’s by Rijk de Gooyer. Together they recorded the song Twee jongens op een gitaar (Two guys on a guitar). It was the start of a long and successful partnership. Johnny and Rijk began to perform together on radio and television. In spring 1956, they joined the Weekendshow, an entertainment show on the Dutch radio. They also toured with the Snip & Snap Revue and performed in several comedy plays written for TV, together and apart. In 1962, they got together again for Open het dorp (Open the village), an extremely well-watched TV benefit marathon presented by Mies Bouwman, in which they performed in their pajamas. In the 1960’s and 1970's they performed regularly together on Dutch TV. In 1964, they began with the Johnny & Rijk shows. In their shows, Rijk was the ‘feeder’ and John the comedian. The duo also recorded a couple of hit singles, including De Bostella (The Bostella), for which they received a golden record in 1968. From 1970 to 1971, they even had a show on German TV, Spass durch Zwei/Fun By Two (1970-1971, Bob Rooijens). He also appeared in several Dutch films, including Daniel (1971, Erik Terpstra), Geen paniek/No Panic (1973, Ko Koedijk) with Rijk de Gooyer, De vijf van de vierdaagse/The Five Are Marching In (1974, Rene van Nie), Heb medelij Jet/Happy Days Are Here Again (1975, Frans Weisz), Zwaarmoedige verhalen voor bij de centrale verwarming/Melancholy Tales (1975, Nouchka van Brakel a.o.) and Vroeger kon je lachen/One Could Laugh in Former Days (1983, Bert Haanstra), with adaptations of ironic newspaper-columns by the Dutch writer Simon Carmiggelt. In Germany Kraaykamp appeared in the sex comedy Die Sto?burg (1974, Franz Marischka) and in Belgium in the drama Verbrande brug/Burned Bridges (1975, Guido Henderickx) with Yves Beneyton. In 1973, John Kraaykamp made a couple of TV shows with Tonny Huurdeman as his new feeder, while Rijk de Gooyer started a film career. Unfortunately, these shows were not very successful: the show only lasted three episodes. Later a series of Johnny Kraaykamp Shows was more successful. In 1985, he joined old partner De Gooyer in the TV series De Brekers/The Brekers (1985-1988, Rob Herzet), which co-starred Adele Bloemendaal. He also played in a couple of prestigious films in the 1980’s, including De Wisselwachter/The Pointsman (1986, Jos Stelling) and Iris (1987, Mady Saks), with Monique van de Ven. His most successful film was De aanslag/The Assault (1986, Fons Rademakers), in which he played an old resistance fighter opposite Derek de Lint. Kraaykamp also was a prolific stage actor. With theatre company Ensemble he played in The Taming of the Shrew from 1958 to 1959. From 1962 to 1964 he's a member of the Amsterdams Volkstoneel. He also starred in a couple of free productions, including musicals Irma la Douce (1962–1964) and Man of La Mancha (1969–1970). After a period of comic plays, he joined the Ro Theater in 1979 to play in a number of classic roles. The title role in Shakespeare's King Lear that year is considered his big breakthrough as a serious actor. He also performed in A Midsummer Night's Dream. In 1984 he won the Louis d'Or, the most prestigious award in stage acting in The Netherlands, for his lead role in Denis Diderot's Jacques de fatalist en zijn meester (Jack, the fatalist and his master). From 1988 on, he starred in the prison sitcom Laat maar zitten (1988-1991, John van de Rest), based on the British TV series Porridge. His most successful role in recent years was the part of Piet Boverkerk in the comedy series Het zonnetje in huis (1993–2003, Hans de Korte). In the show, he played a pig-headed old man that comes to live with his son and daughter-in-law (played by his own son, John Kraaijkamp, Jr., and Martine Bijl) after his wife passed away. The show was a remake of the British sitcom Tom, Dick and Harriet, created by Cooke and Mortimer. Kraaykamp's last film w
Mount Of The Holy Cross
Mount Of The Holy Cross
Mount of the Holy Cross, one of Colorado's most beautiful, remote, and difficult-to-glimpse 14ers (14,005' (4269m)) stands tall in the distance as alpine wildflowers blanket the foreground. Photo taken from Shrine Pass Road near Vail.

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