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  • 'Of course,' says I, 'Jone'll have his coat made different in front, for single-breasted, an' a buttonin 'so high up is a'most too stylish for him,' specially as fashions 'ud change afore the coat was wore out.

    The Rudder Grangers Abroad and Other Stories

  • The cottage door was open; and I guessed by the silence inside that old "Jone" had not reached home.

    Th' Barrel Organ

  • "Jone," she cried, "do you know I've been lookin 'at all them great men that's standin' round the bottom of the monnyment, an 'though there's over a hundred of 'em, I'm sure, I can't find a American among' em!

    The Rudder Grangers Abroad and Other Stories

  • The film opens with a prolonged, expansive fight sequence in a pasture, where Jone Bang Fai single-handedly whoops about fifty people, all of whom get up afterwards, only a little hurt -- because Jone Bang Fai is the good guy, you see, so he only tries to kill his archenemy; his use of deadly attack moves and explosives doesn't seriously harm anyone else.

    Kung Fu (?) Night! Dynamite Warrior

  • Jone Bang Fai, on account of his revenge-seeking, ends up in a very bad crowd, hanging out with characters who have been clearly established as the real forces of evil in the film: the cackling tractor salesman, the limb-hacking cannibal, and the creepy Black Wizard dude.

    Kung Fu (?) Night! Dynamite Warrior

  • Tim, President Clinton was being deposed in a civil proceeding that had to do with sexual harassment (Paula Jone).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Change Indeed

  • While the American Humane Association monitors the treatment of animals for film and television, the group does not have the resources to include stage productions in its oversight, and there is no specific organization charged with protecting the safety of animals on stage, according to Jone Bouman, a spokeswoman for the organization's film and television unit.

    On Stage, a Force of Rabbit

  • The film opens with a prolonged, expansive fight sequence in a pasture, where Jone Bang Fai single-handedly whoops about fifty people, all of whom get up afterwards, only a little hurt -- because Jone Bang Fai is the good guy, you see, so he only tries to kill his archenemy; his use of deadly attack moves and explosives doesn't seriously harm anyone else.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Although it's easy to enjoy Jone Bang Fai's outrageous rocket attacks and his devastating Muay Thai stunts, he is, at least for half the movie, easy to dislike and hard to sympathize with.

    Kung Fu (?) Night! Dynamite Warrior

  • In the midst of this is Jone Bang Fai (Dan Chupong), a Robin-Hoodish hero who uses a combination of of bamboo rockets and wire-Muay ... er, Muay-wire ... er, martial arts stuff, to beat the living daylights out of cattle traders and give their buffalo to poor farmers.

    Archive 2009-02-01

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