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  • The villian at the core of this movie is a guy with a mask, ratty-looking jacket and dungarees or something like that.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • It gave me the shot in the arm to my ambitions as well as imagination. we eventually picked up the initial fo! rty or f ifty issues; they got flattering ratty-looking after years of celebration of the mass as well as storage, as well as we eventually gave them to Bob Burns.

    Famous Monsters Modern Mages: Harry Walton

  • He pulled up a ratty-looking armchair and sat down gingerly.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • It was a tiny, ratty-looking house, scarcely big enough for the rats, let alone Frick.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • It took a little maneuvering, but he got it and pulled out a ratty-looking condom packet.

    Kiss It

  • Stone-built and squat, but quite large, with a ratty-looking thatch.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • His own hat was gone, replaced by a small, ratty-looking cap with a hole in the back, pre - sumably for a topknot.

    Stalling

  • The sign was the same one Harrison put up four years ago; it was getting ratty-looking now, weathered up, but nobody changed it.

    He Don't Know Him

  • It's a Small World still hangs around but the dolls are getting ratty-looking and the effects just don't cut it anymore.

    Where has all the future gone?

  • Suddenly, JONATHAN and DORIAN catch sight of two unusually ratty-looking men—for this film, anyway--one elderly, one bearded.

    The Hellborn Spawn of the MLA Swamp Monster: A Horror Film in Five Acts

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