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- n. Plural form of leatherhead.
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In the early 1900's he'd rode down the water course, a talking to the leatherheads, (yappy grey birds, Noisy or Helmeted Friarbirds, mimic sounds in the bush ...) as he'd ridden on his way.
I'm crossing my fingers - I think it could work! carol on Aug 11, 2008 leatherheads was a little dry, pizza's story is far better. i just read the book myself and the whole time i read it i saw the the drill sargent from full metal jacket as sam, josh duhmeal as the quarterback, and to be quite honest, artie lange as artie. i think this movie would be great. it reminded me more of ridley scott's a good year more than anything. this is not a sports movie. its a coming of age story about growth and change. it would need a visual director more than anything with an exceptional cinematographer. ok later. jonny b on Aug 8, 2009
He had often spoken six nights a week; he’d boarded trains at 3 a.m.; endured constant rainstorms; seethed at the incomprehension of various “woodenheads” and “leatherheads” in the remoter villages.
In the early 1900's he'd rode down the water course, a talking to the leatherheads, (yappy grey birds,