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  1. The Rat King is character introduced in "Little Brother." He is, of course, the king of the rats. Kent went on a quest to defeat him by breaking off his teeth to protect Finn and Jake's tree house, and he apparently succeeded. The Rat King is a white rat with a crown. The crown has a single blue gem in it. His tail is pink as well as his eyes, and he possesses long, glowing white teeth that.
  2. BIOGRAPHY RHYTHM ACTIVISM (RA) is an internationally acclaimed, Montréal-based, 'rock 'n roll cabaret' ensemble of Luc Bonin (aka Urbain Dubois- bass), Sylvain Côté (guitars), Norman Nawrocki (words/violin) and Holland's Wilf Plum (drums).RA was also an ever-changing cast of other musicians, actors and performers, depending on the show. Their last public performance was during their.
  3. Mar 08,  · "King Rat" is a movie that should be a favorite among B&W film fans, not only for the cinematography but for the compelling psychological drama that occurs in the camp's characters. Since it receives no cable or broadcast air time it's up to fans of this forgotten movie to spread the word again.
  4. A rat king is when a group of rats become attached to each other by their respective tails; either because they are tangled, or caked in excrement etc. The rats cannot separate from each other and they become a big Rat King.
  5. Jan 09,  · To drive the argument further, recorded sightings of the Rat King have stalled since the s, with only one “verified” specimen in and another in to keep the story alive.
  6. The Rat King was originally the Slayer, a prototype bio-mechanical super soldier created by Agent Bishop using DNA from aliens, the Turtles, himself and Splinter. The Slayer was meant to be used to fight off alien threats, and was given a test run against the Turtles, who broke into Bishop's laboratory looking for the kidnapped Splinter.
  7. "Rat King" may be referring to two or more different villains. If you're uncertain which one you're looking for, just flip a coin. If you came here from a link, please go back and make the right link for one of the villains listed below.
  8. Directed by Bryan Forbes. With George Segal, Tom Courtenay, James Fox, Patrick O'Neal. Fast-talking wheeler-dealer Corporal King is stuck in a Malaysian P.O.W. camp during World War II and uses bribery and larceny to take de-facto control of the camp.

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