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SG #042: Finns Reise im Schlafanzug  

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Kuck mal, was ich gefunden habe!“, ruft Hannibal die Weltenbummler-Maus. Mit einem großen Satz hüpft er auf die Bettdecke und läuft so schnell es geht zu Finns Gesicht.
In seiner Hand hält er ein Stück Seil aus dickem, festem Draht. Stolz hält er es vor Finns Augen.
Finn reibt sich die Augen, denn eigentlich war er gerade eingeschlafen. Noch etwas müde setzt er sich auf und sieht seinen kleinen Freund Hannibal neugierig an.
„Was ist denn das?“, fragt Finn und schaut sich das silberfarbene Teil in Hannibals Hand etwas genauer an.
„Na was schon“, sagt Hannibal ungeduldig. Aber Finn kommt nicht drauf.
„Ein Drahtseil, natürlich!“, ruft Hannibal und drückt Finn das Stück Seil in die Hand.
Kaum hat Finn es berührt, hört er auch schon ein lautes Knistern. Er fühlt sich, als würde er auf bunten Wolken schweben. Doch im nächsten Augenblick plumpst er auf den Boden. Ist er etwa aus seinem Bett gefallen?
Nein, denn der Boden um ihn herum ist kräftiges grünes Gras, es fühlt sich ganz anders an als der flauschige blaue Teppichboden in seinem Kinderzimmer. Seine Reise im Schlafanzug hat begonnen. Aber wo er und Hannibal gelandet sind, das muss er erst noch herausfinden.

Finn steht auf und sieht an sich herunter. Ein paar grüne Blätter kleben an seiner Schlafanzugshose. Um ihn herum sind lauter Pflanzen, mit riesigen grünen Blättern und bunten Blüten, die süßlich duften. Von überall her ist Vogelgezwitscher zu hören und ein großer Käfer krabbelt über den Boden.
„Komm schnell“, ruft Hannibal, der ungeduldig an Finns Hosenbein zupft. „Wir müssen uns beeilen, die Schule beginnt bald.“
Finn schaut seinen kleinen Freund ungläubig an: „Welche Schule denn?“
Hannibal zeigt ins Tal hinunter. Erst jetzt bemerkt Finn, dass sie sich auf einem hohen Berg befinden. Und auch um die beiden herum kann Finn nur Berge erkennen. Einer neben dem anderen, und alle sind mit großen grünen Bäumen bewachsen.
Als Finn noch einmal ins Tal schaut, wird ihm ganz mulmig.
„Da müssen wir runter?“, fragt er etwas ängstlich. „Und wie sollen wir das machen?“

Hannibal lächelt und zeigt seinem Freund eine Rolle aus Eisen. So eine Rolle hat er schon einmal gesehen, auf einem Abenteuer-Spielplatz. Da konnte er sich an ein Seil hängen und von einem Mast zum anderen schwingen. Das hatte ihm Spaß gemacht und er hatte sich wie Tarzan im Dschungel gefühlt. Doch was hatte solch eine Rolle mit der Schule im Tal zu tun?
„Was sollen wir denn damit machen?“, fragt er.
„Na, wir machen es wie alle anderen auch“, antwortet Hannibal und zeigt auf drei kolumbianische Kinder, die bei einem dicken Mast stehen. Von dort führt ein starkes Drahtseil zu einem der gegenüberliegenden Berge. Jetzt bemerkt Finn auch auf den anderen Bergen weitere Seile. Diese hängen hoch über den Tälern, es würde sogar ein Hochhaus unter sie passen. Den breiten und wilden Fluss im Tal kann man kaum noch erkennen.

„Das glaube ich nicht! Du machst doch einen Scherz, Hannibal. Oder?“, fragt Finn seinen Freund.
Hannibal lacht und antwortet nur: „Nein, wir schauen uns das nur an. Das ist nämlich ganz schön schwierig und sehr gefährlich.“
Finn und Hannibal schauen die drei Kinder erwartungsvoll an. Alle haben eine Art Gürtel mit einem verlängerten Riemen. Damit machen sie sich an der Rolle und am Seil fest. Die Kinder zeigen Finn eine Holzgabel.
„Wenn sie bremsen möchten, drücken sie die Gabel gegen das Seil“, erklärt Hannibal.
Finn dreht sich zu den Kindern um. Eines hat sich bereits an das Seil gehängt, stößt sich kräftig vom Boden ab und gleitet wie ein Trapezkünstler in Richtung des gegenüberliegenden Berges.
„Warum gibt es hier denn keine Straßen oder keine Brücken?“, fragt Finn nachdenklich. „Das wäre doch viel sicherer.“
Hannibal nickt. „Das stimmt wohl“, antwortet er. „Aber Straßen und Brücken sind sehr teuer und die Menschen hier in Kolumbien sind sehr arm.“ Finn nickt und traut seinen Augen nicht. Am Seil vom gegenüberliegenden Berg kommt eine Kuh an. Ungläubig starrt er Hannibal an.
„Das Seil transportiert nicht nur Menschen, sondern auch Tiere und wenn es sein muss, dann auch ein Möbelstück“, erklärt Hannibal, der inzwischen auf Finns Schulter sitzt und ungeduldig an seinem Ohr zieht.
„Komm, wir müssen gehen. Es ist schon spät!“, flüstert er ihm ins Ohr.
„Was? Jetzt schon?“, fragt Finn. „Ich wollte doch noch einen fliegenden Teppich oder einen fliegenden Schrank sehen“, sagt Finn enttäuscht.
„Das nächste Mal vielleicht“, antwortet Hannibal.

Und als Finn das Stück Seil in seiner Hand zu Boden fallen lässt, hört er wieder das laute Knistern und schwebt auf den bunten Wolken, die ihn schnell nach Hause in sein weiches warmes Bett tragen. Er ist müde geworden und kuschelt sich mit Hannibal ganz tief in

Avsnitt 13 – Hannibal Lecter  

I Livskunskapspoddens 13:e avsnitt avhandlas allt om Hannibal Lecter. Vi pratar om böckerna, filmerna, hans barndom, allt vi kan komma på. Vi hade så mycket att säga att det blev över en timme långt! Referenslista: Filmer med Hannibal Lecter i utgivningsdatum: Manhunter -86 Silence of the Lambs – 91 Red Dragon -01 Hannibal -02 Hannibal Rising...
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EPISODE 165 - Hannibal The Cannibal  

Hannibal Lecter. The very name conjures up so many iconic images and unforgettable lines. We finally give a long overdue look at the character's film franchise...such as it is. The Hannibal films are indeed an eclectic group with such varied performers, directors, composers, timelines - hell, there's even a remake thrown in the middle. The character of Lecter may have been played by three different actors but it has become arguably Anthony Hopkin's greatest role, a rare occurrence of perfect interpretation. The 1991 sweep of the Oscars may have actually overshadowed the potency of Silence of the Lambs as a genre film in a strange way. Thriller, horror...we're not judging. Things actually kickoff with the underseen first telling of Red Dragon in the 1986 Michael Mann film Manhunter. Silence left everything in it's wake and it took 10 long years before the followup Hannibal which has to be considered a horror tale if for no other reason than Ray Liotta's fate and Gary Oldman's...presence. The quickie remake Red Dragon in 1992 by Hollywood turnstile Brett Ratner has it's detractors but the performances are there nonetheless. Finally, a fateful (and some might say financially motivated?) prequel was produced in 2007 recounting the main events in the life of young Hannibal explaining the source of his evil and specific 'tastes' in cuisine and fine culture. Here's hoping you enjoy our celebration of Hannibal the Cannibal. Some further rambling includes discussion of the new Harry Potter flick, Burning Bright (2010), Winnebago Man (2009), the Planet of the Apes series, Hellraiser, Skyline, Magnum PI (?!)...and much more. As always welcome your comments: horroretc@gmail.com / voicemail (206) 337-5324 WWW.HORRORETC.COM

Hannibal Rising  

After Red Dragon's success more Lecter films were guaranteed, and to keep with author Thomas Harris' original vision this time the movie was not just based on one of his novels--the Hannibal Rising screenplay was written by Harris in conjunction with the new novel telling of Hannibal the Cannibal's early years. Can this film provide a future for the series without Anthony Hopkins, and does Gaspard Ulliel's Hannibal rise to the occasion? Listen to Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob's final review in the Hannibal Lecter series to find out!

Hannibal Rising  

After Red Dragon's success more Lecter films were guaranteed, and to keep with author Thomas Harris' original vision this time the movie was not just based on one of his novels--the Hannibal Rising screenplay was written by Harris in conjunction with the new novel telling of Hannibal the Cannibal's early years. Can this film provide a future for the series without Anthony Hopkins, and does Gaspard Ulliel's Hannibal rise to the occasion? Listen to Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob's final review in the Hannibal Lecter series to find out!

Hannibal is at the Gates  

Hannibal Barca, commander-in-chief of Carthage during the Second Punic War, is famous for crossing the Alps with his entire army (which included War Elephants) in an attempt to invade Rome from the north. He also displayed military genius countless times by outsmarting and slaughtering the greatest soldiers in the world, the Roman legions, at the Battles of Cannae, Trebbia, and Ticino. Later in the Second Punic War, Hannibal was recalled back to Carthage where he fought the Battle of Zama against Scipio of the Romans. Although he lost the battle and ended his life in shame, Hannibal was still respected in the Roman World (hence the phrase "Hannibal is at the Gates", which was used by mothers as a threat against misbehaving children).

ep 78: Live from Clusterfest with Hannibal Buress and Lizzo  
IT’S HERE! The legendary Hannibal Buress (BROAD CITY, THE ERIC ANDRE SHOW) and Lizzo join Anna and Sim on Unqualified's third live taping at Clusterfest! They talk about stand up, The Bachelor, and the time Hannibal threw himself a parade in New Orleans! Afterwards, Hannibal fields some Deal Breakers and "How Would You Proceed's?" before calling Melanie, who is nervous about seeing her brother's ex-wife for the first time in two years! The gang is then joined by another audience member, Emily, to give her LIVE advice about whether or not she should go on an all expenses paid trip to Vegas with an ex-boyfriend! Listen in and hang out!   Social Media:   @unqualified @hannibalburess @lizzo @annafaris @simsarna

 

Comics Cory Kahaney & Jon Fisch  

Comics Azhar Usman & Bruce Smirnoff and Constitutional Law Professor Corey Brettschneider. On today's show: Comey versus Trump comes down to "He Says, Rapist Says."  We have in depth analysis of the Comey testimony with our resident constitutional scholar the brilliant Professor Corey Brettschneider author of "When The State Speaks."  Big election on Thursday in Great Britain and looks like the conservatives are expected to lose big because Great Britain, unlike America, counts all the votes. Comic Corey Kahaney talks to David about the time David called after her first Letterman appearance, Corey recalls flirting with David, David talks about Bobby Slayton, Corey talks about preparing for a late night spot, the life of a joke, how comedy can be taught, starting in comedy, stage fright, being attracted to people who can do you no good, "TV Clean," Catskills on Broadway, marketing, performing on cruise ships, going to boarding school in Switzerland, her father being cheap, scatological humor, working at the Algonquin, the millennial psychosis, similarities between catering and show business. Then Jon Fisch joins the conversation to talk about Corey doing live stand-up on Colbert during the RNC convention, Celebrity Apprentice, Trump stealing money from Saint Jude's and working on the Roast with him, 5 reasons why Trump won, whether Trump would ever actually order a Nuke strike, Cheesecake Factory, doctors on cruise ships, complacency of being wealthy, Kathy Griffin, slave letters, dying alone, stories from Letterman sets, growing up in a silly household, Jon’s start in comedy, comedians growing up teaching you what is funny, David letting his kids watching his Conan spots, inspiration for writing first joke, hoarding jokes and writing habits. Cory Kahaney has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, was a hit on the 2016 season of America’s Got Talent and was featured in Catskills on Broadway. Cory has been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman and performed a record 7 times on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Cory is also a regular on The View, Fox & Friends and The Moms. Ms. Kahaney was named Best Comedian in NYC by Backstage and Best female comedian NYC by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets. She’s also had specials on Comedy Central and HBO. Jon Fisch has appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert and the Late Show with David Letterman, has been featured in Maxim Magazine, and was the host of the widely popular podcast, “In the Tank”. A prolific monologist with universal appeal, Jon focuses on the idiosyncrasies of city living. Shortly after moving to NYC from his native Boston, he was chosen as one of Comedy Central’s Fresh Faces of Comedy and named one of Back Stage Magazine’s 10 Standout Stand-ups. His appearance on Last Comic Standing 4 – where he was the New York City Capital One Audience Favorite – earned him wide recognition and a new legion of fans. His other TV appearances include Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, VH1, Celebrity Apprentice, and 3 Men and a Chick Flick on the WE Network where he served as a host. Interestingly, the credit people seem most impressed by was that he was handpicked to open for Jerry Seinfeld in 2009 at Gotham Comedy Club Jon has performed at multiple festivals including the 2007 HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and the 2010 Great American Comedy Festival at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk, Nebraska. In addition, he was a critical favorite at the prestigious Montreal “Just for Laughs” Festival where he appeared in both the “New Faces” showcase and the Club Series show “Dating It.” Following his impressive performances, Jon was singled out by the Hollywood Reporter and the Montreal Gazette as a “stand out performer”. Most recently, he was invited to perform at this year’s TBS “Just For Laughs” Comedy Festival in Chicago. Jon also tours the country performing in theaters and colleges, corporate events and clubs. A staple in the NYC scene, he is a favorite at Gotham Comedy Club, the Comedy Cellar, and the World Famous Comic Strip Live.     Azhar Usman is a standup comedian, actor, writer, playwright, and producer. He is one of the hottest standup comics based in Chicago; CNN called him "America's Funniest Muslim," and Georgetown University identified him as "one of the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World." In 2010, standup icon Dave Chappelle–for whom Azhar has opened over 50 times–commented "Azhar Usman is untouchable." As the co-founder of the international comedy showcase "Allah Made Me Funny–The Official Muslim Comedy Tour," he has toured over 20 countries, on five continents. His comedy has been profiled/reviewed by over 100 major world media outlets including The New York Times, The Economist, BBC, The Guardian, NPR, TIME Magazine, Al-Jazeera, USA Today, and Fox News. Besides appearing regularly on television, and in numerous documentary and independent films, he served as executive producer of Mo Amer's first one-hour standup special "Legally Homeless" (directed by Jay Chapman), and most recently, served as a creative consultant on Hannibal Buress' 2016 Netflix comedy special, "Comedy Camisado." Azhar guest stars as KKYMAN CANDAHAR on Amazon Studios' new big-budget original series PATRIOT (created, written, and directed by Steve Conrad). In the Spring of 2017, he appeared on Pete Holmes' popular podcast "You Made It Weird," where he announced that he will record his first ever one-hour standup special later this year (to be directed by Ramy Youssef and executive produced by Hannibal Buress).  LONG BIO Described as “Americaʼs Funniest Muslim” by CNN, AZHAR USMAN is among the “500 Most Influential Muslims in the World,” according to Georgetown University. Standup comedy icon Dave Chappelle–for whom Azhar has opened over 50 times–commented in 2010: “Azhar Usman is untouchable! He's like a comedian from the future.” Azhar has been profiled by over 100 major media outlets, including The New York Times, The Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, The Times of India, DAWN (Pakistan), Al-Ahram (Egypt), Jawa Pos (Indonesia), and The Economist. In 2005, ABC’s Nightline dedicated an entire episode to exploring his life and comedy career.  A former attorney, Azhar is a Chicago-based, professional standup comedian, performing at comedy clubs, theatres, festivals, campuses, conferences, conventions, and private events all over the globe. Since 2001, he has performed in over twenty countries, on five continents. He released his self-produced, underground comedy album “SQUARE THE CIRCLE” in 2003, which went on to gain a cult following among English-speaking Muslim communities worldwide.  Azhar appeared in numerous documentaries (BBC, CBC, ABC, Al-Jazeera, PBS), starred in the award-winning, independent feature film “MOOZ-LUM” (starring Danny Glover and Nia Long, directed by Qasim Basir), and portrayed original sketch characters both on television (MTV, E4) and online (Tinkuʼs World). In character as "Vijay the VJ," he served as a veejay for MTV Desi in 2005, interviewing such mega-celebrities as Snoop Dogg, Shakira, Hulk Hogan, Pitbull, Carmen Electra, and several others, at the MTV Video Music Awards. He served as a producer on critically acclaimed short films, including “THE BOUNDARY” (starring Alexander Siddig, directed by Julius Onah–sold to HBO); co-wrote and produced the standup comedy concert film “ALLAH MADE ME FUNNY: LIVE IN CONCERT” (directed by Andrea Kalin–limited 2008 theatrical release in the United States); recorded an appearance in "Triumph's Election Special 2016" for Hulu (produced by Funny or Die; executive produced by Conan O'Brien and Robert Smigel); served as creative consultant on Hannibal Buress' 2016 Netflix special "Comedy Camisado"; appeared in Bassem Youssef's 2016 comedy series "Democracy Handbook" on Fusion's new digital platform, F-Comedy; and can be seen playing a recurring role in Amazon Studios' big-budget original series PATRIOT (created, written, and directed by Steve Conrad) in 2017. As a versatile media professional, Azhar is as comfortable in front of the camera as he is behind it, serving as writer, producer, and talent on diverse creative projects throughout his career. He is an executive producer and co-founding principal of KALIJAGA MEDIA LLC, a newly formed independent production company focused on entertainment content production across all existing and emerging digital platforms. The Company’s first major production is “MO AMER: LEGALLY HOMELESS,” the first ever, one-hour standup special starring an Arab-American comedian (directed by Jay Chapman). In the Spring of 2017, he appeared on Pete Holmes' popular podcast "You Made It Weird," where he announced that he will record his first ever one-hour standup special later this year (to be directed by Ramy Youssef and executive produced by Hannibal Buress).    Bruce Smirnoff is one of the funniest people on the planet.   Corey Brettschneider is associate professor of political science and associate professor, by courtesy, of philosophy at Brown University. He is the author of Democratic Rights: The Substance of Self-Government (Princeton).   Listen to entire episode here: https://goo.gl/xxgnjP Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com About the show: http://bit.ly/2rqp5un Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. Check out our new You Tube channel. More about David: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0271017/?ref_=nv_sr_1 David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with

EPISODE 360 - Hannibal TV Series  

"Hannibal THE Cannibal!" The NBC television series Hannibal, inspired by the writings and characters created by Thomas Harris and immortalized on the screen in the persona of Anthony Hopkins, is without a doubt the most boundary challenging and artistically gruesome show on network television. The show has achieved the impossible, creating a riveting new characterization of an iconic bogeyman, and a suspense-filled plot that leaves the viewer on the edge of their seats, even though we all know the eventual outcome of the series... It also makes cannibalism look tasty as hell ;) Join Tony and Doug on the program this week as they eat up the first two seasons of this delectable new incarnation of Hannibal Lecter (and his charges), and wet your whistle for what lies ahead... As always we welcome your comments: horroretc@gmail.com Check out our premium episodes at www.bandcamp.horroretc.com Voicemail (206) 337-5324 WWW.HORRORETC.COM

RapaduraCast 21 - A Origem de Hannibal  

Os fãs do personagem Hannibal Lecter, imortalizado na pele de Anthony Hopkins nos filmes O Silêncio dos Incoentes, Hannibal e Dragão Vermelho, conferem a origem do psiquiatra canibal em Hannibal - A Origem do Mal (em que é vivido agora pelo jovem Gaspard Ulliel), que chegou esta sexta-feira aos cinemas. Aproveitando a chegada do filme, nós do Cinema com Rapadura preparamos esse RapaduraCast especial sobre toda a trajetória do personagem crido por Thomas Harris, e levado às telas pelo produtor Dino de Laurentiis. Parte da equipe original do Cast, formada por Jurandir Filho, Raphael Santos e Thiago Sampaio comenta simplesmente tudo sobre os três filmes originais da franquia, e óbvio, o novo filme. Um completíssimo apanhado de informações e curiosidades sobre a filmografia de um dos vilões mais famosos do cinema, comentado com muito humor, como é de costume em nosso podcast. Fiquem ligados, pois é conteúdo que merece ser devorado seja fã, ou leigo.

Best Of Week 22 - Hannibal Buress, Michael Kelly (aka Doug Stamper) and Frankie Midnight  

This week's show kicks off in typical Barstool fashion when the wifi in HQ goes out and the radio show loses connection. The LEGENDARY Frank Fleming AKA Frankie Midnight joins the show and brings the heat in a way only Frankie Midnight can. The guys talk about Orbs in the middle east, Uncle Chaps sparks a conversation about kissing, and a caller asks how airplanes make progress. Dave calls into the show from Boston following the celtics game 5 loss to put an end to all rumors that he left the game early. We receive the worst call in the history of Barstool Radio, possibly in the history of ALL radio. The hilarious Hannibal Buress joins the show and talks about his upcoming movie Baywatch and how much money it would cost for him to take his shirt off. Hannibal gives Rone tips for coaching the intramural basketball squad and also touches on his road to success. Michael Kelly AKA Doug Stamper from House of Cards also joins the show to talk all things House of Cards and the incredible character he has created. He describes the similarities between the show and reality, and also speaks about possible real life Doug Stampers.

6. Hoop Dreams & Smooth Credit Card Schemes  

Comedian and Hannibal’s gambling buddy Kevin Bozeman is on this week’s Handsome Rambler! They remember elementary school basketball stars, share their worst heckler stories, and wonder whether Hannibal needs to learn to parallel park. Later, Tony shares a terrifying story about an identity thief.This episode is brought to you by Mack Weldon and Seeso.NOTE: Hannibal will be in Australia the week of 12/1; the next Handsome Rambler will be out 12/8!

#836 - Hannibal Buress  

Hannibal Buress is a stand-up comedian, actor, television writer and host. Look for his Hannibal Montanabal Tour all over the country this fall. http://hannibalburess.com/

Everything Is Terrible Except For Pokémon Go (Maybe)  

Hold still there's a Charmander behind you Yes, Pokémon Go is very much happening. Katie is off this week, but Ryan has awesome guest co-host Gena-mour Barrett on the show to talk about all that is awful and all that is weird this week. The UK left the EU and has a new PM, and Australia is obsessed with HSPs, which makes this episode description sound like something out of the UN. ;) The world is really really awful. Ryan attends a #blacklivesmatter protest in London and ends this week with a song that reminds him of home by Hannibal King. Follow Gena here! She's exceptionally funny and smart: https://twitter.com/smilegena Read her gap year parody here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/genamourbarrett/how-my-dream-gap-year-in-europe-turned-into-a-nightmare Listen to "World Go Round" by Hannibal King here: https://soundcloud.com/hannibalxking/world-go-round-produced-by-hannibal-king Watch Ryan's Black Lives Matter video here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanhatesthis/we-asked-black-lives-matter-protesters-in-the-uk-for-one-th And join us for a live show in Philadelphia on Monday, July 25th joined by Another Round's Tracy Clayton, Evan McMorris-Santoro from No One Knows Anything, and of course the Internet Explorer crew, too. Tickets here! https://historicalevent.splashthat.com/

Byt familien (6) 2016-06-16  

Hannibal bor med sin familie i et bofællesskab i Trekroner med 23 andre familier. De er fælles om madlavning og spiser sammen mange gange om ugen. Sebastian bor i Dragør. Han er enebarn og får morgenmaden serveret på sengen. Han tjener masser af lommepenge, når han hjælper sin mor, der er handicappet og sidder i kørerstol. Hannibal og Sebastian bytter familie. Sebastian oplever, hvordan det er at gøre alt i fællesskab uden af få penge for det. Hannibal bliver til gengæld imponeret over, hvor meget Sebastians mor kan, selvom hun mangler et ben.

Episode B30 - Mater Castrorum  

Synopsis:  Severus defeats Niger and wages a limited Eastern campaign.  While Julia Domna is hailed as Mother of the Camps, Caracalla’s elevation to Caesar prompts a second civil war.

“There used to be an oracle about Hannibal’s death.‘The soil of Libyssa would cover Hannibal’s body.’The later emperor of the Romans, Severus,Who was a descendant of the Libyans, he put upon this man’sTomb a white piece of marble to honor the commander Hannibal.”   - John Tzetzes, Chiliades (or Book of Histories), Book 1, 801 - 805

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Podmaníacos #163 - Hannibal, Filhos Da Guerra Na Globo, Devious Maids E Muito Mais  

A alegria se mistura com a tristeza no Podmaníacos de hoje, pois infelizmente, nos despedimos de uma das melhores e mais ousadas produções da TV: RIP Hannibal :( Mas e aí, será que a conclusão foi satisfatória? Não perca nossa calorosa conversa sobre os chocantes eventos que culminaram com o fim de Hannibal. Nesse programa você vai ficar sabendo também, tudo o que rolou nos bastidores do lançamento mundial de Narcos, da nossa visita à Rede Globo para assistir a nova série Filhos da Guerra, a festa de 20 anos da Warner Channel e os principais destaques que abalaram nosso querido mundo das séries. Pense em um programa imperdível!! Manda o play agora mesmo.

Spoilers No Intervalo – Hannibal  

No Spoilers No Intervalo dessa semana a conversa é um prato cheio, mas do quê mesmo? Hannibal é uma série de televisão desenvolvida por Bryan Fuller para a NBC. A série baseia-se nas personagens e nos elementos aparentes no romance "Dragão Vermelho" de Thomas Harris, e foca na “amizade” entre o investigador especial do FBI Will Graham com Dr. Hannibal Lecter, o notório psiquiatra forense canibal. Reunidos, os colunistas Denis Pacheco, Fernanda Sgroglia e Luiz Guilherme Moura falam sobre os melhores momentos da primeira e da segunda temporada da série, assim como suas expectativas para o novo ano. Leia mais em: http://spoilers.tv.br/

AMA Bonus: Hannibal Buress on his '30 Rock' role  

You may recognize comedian Hannibal Buress from his roles on Broad City and 30 Rock, the latter of which he also wrote for. In this bonus clip from Episode 314: Let's Do This Thing, Buress describes his experience with improv and its spontanaeity, and the genesis of his recurring role on 30 Rock as an eccentric homeless gentleman.  For more Hannibal Buress on Ask Me Another, visit askmeanother.npr.org.

2013 #11: Hannibal Buress, Greg Proops and Lost Voice Guy  

RHEFP 2013 #11: Hannibal Buress, Greg Proops and Lost Voice Guy - Imaginary Ocelot. Day 12 of the Fringe and Richard seems to have lost the ability to speak. Which would be a problem if he didn't have such eloquent guests. First up is a jet-lagged (take note Bo Burnham) Hannibal Buress who talks about being a bum, why the actors on Saturday Night Live don't learn their lines and his attitude towards napkins. There's five minutes of stand-up from Lost Voice Guy, a stand-up who can't speak. Beat that! And then Greg Proops is on hand to discuss taking a drug, what happens to us when we die and why he feels the need to document his whole life via podcast, the loser. Also a special appearance from Me2, advising people not to come to the live Me1 Vs Me2 Snooker frame on 12th August at Assembly 3 at 9.30pm. (http://www.assemblyfestival.com/event.php?id=730). And there's a day off tomorrow for you to catch up!

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