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ASCAP 4th Annual Grammy Brunch

Chris Henderson - ASCAP 4th Annual Grammy Brunch West Hollywood California United States Monday 22nd January 2007

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Chris Henderson and 3 Doors Down Sunday 11th March 2012 Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down perform in concert at the Manchester Academy.

Chris Henderson and 3 Doors Down
Chris Henderson and 3 Doors Down

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Chris Henderson and 3 Doors Down - Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down New York City, USA - TJ Martell 35th Annual Awards Gala held at the Marriott Marquis hotel Wednesday 27th October 2010

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Chris Henderson and 3 Doors Down - Matt Roberts, Todd Harrell and Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down New York City, USA - TJ Martell 35th Annual Awards Gala held at the Marriott Marquis hotel Wednesday 27th October 2010

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Chris Henderson and Beverly Hilton Hotel Friday 26th June 2009 ASCAP's 22nd Annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel Beverly Hills, California

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II Review


Terrible
Our pal Quasimodo finds love of his own in this abortive and unbearably lazy sequel to Disney's moderate success, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Unlike mostly no-name productions like The Return of Jafar, the entire original cast is back in this sequel (with the exception of Mary Wickes, who died before the original Hunchback was ever released), and how Disney convinced them to take part is beyond me. (Iron-clad contract or the promise that, after all, this will barely take an hour of their time?)

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame II Review


Terrible
Our pal Quasimodo finds love of his own in this abortive and unbearably lazy sequel to Disney's moderate success, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Unlike mostly no-name productions like The Return of Jafar, the entire original cast is back in this sequel (with the exception of Mary Wickes, who died before the original Hunchback was ever released), and how Disney convinced them to take part is beyond me. (Iron-clad contract or the promise that, after all, this will barely take an hour of their time?)

Continue reading: The Hunchback of Notre Dame II Review

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