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Thank you Doc!! Since adding the word "quiescent" to my vocabulary I feel that my life is much more complete.I really don't know how I ever managed to survive without it and I owe you a debt of gratitude for the positive impact it's made on my life.However,I think the word was inapropriate as an adjective to describe my "intended readership" as there is nothing temporary about there abscence.....they seem to be permanently absent! I find that very unfortunate because as you correctly observed,my blog is riveting,and they really are missing out on a life affirming,captivating read.

I would have replied earlier,but since recieving your message of love and support,I have been on a mission of discovery,a quest which lead me to find the true meaning of "quiescent"....Wow,it was one hell of a ride!

Thanks again!
 
A UNC grad goes to the doctor and tells him she hurts all over.
"When I touch my arm, ouch, it hurts. When I
touch my leg, ouch, it hurts. When I touch my head, ouch,
it hurts. When I touch my chest, ouch, it hurts."

The doctor just shakes his head and asks, "You're a
UNC grad, aren't you?"

The woman smiles and says, "Why, yes I am. How
did you know?"

The doctor replies, "Because your finger is broken."
 
Eye-glasses and eyesight-

-Over 100 million Americans require the use of corrective lenses.

-Eye-glasses were not common anywhere in the world until
just under 500 years ago. Precision, individualized
lenses go back only to the 1700s.

-Before glasses, aging scholars often just gave up reading.
The more wealthy could afford to pay others to read to them.

-The Roman dramatist Seneca claimed to have read with the
help of a water-filled glass sphere that magnified
characters when held above the page. Ironically, lenses
existed at this time, but nobody appears to have put them to use for vision.

-Roger Bacon was the first to suggest lenses for reading, he
also predicted the use of lenses for microscopes and telescopes.

-The first glasses were always convex, and so could not
be used by nearsighted people.

-By the 1870s, the United States was the world's largest
manufacturer of eye-glasses.

-Contact lenses were first suggested in 1845 by Sir John
Herschel. The first pair of contacts to actually work
were made as protection for a patient who had lost his
eyelids due to cancer.
 
The New School Prayer

This was written by a teen in Bagdad, Arizona.
This is incredible!

Now I sit me down in school
Where praying is against the rule
For this great nation under God
Finds mention of Him very odd.

If Scripture now the class recites,
It violates the Bill of Rights.
And anytime my head I bow
Becomes a Federal matter now.

Our hair can be purple, orange or green,
That's no offense; it's a freedom scene.
The law is specific, the law is precise.
Prayers spoken aloud are a serious vice.

For praying in a public hall
Might offend someone with no faith at all.
In silence alone we must meditate,
God's name is prohibited by the state.

We're allowed to cuss and dress like freaks,
And pierce our noses, tongues and cheeks.
They've outlawed guns, but FIRST the Bible.
To quote the Good Book makes me liable.

We can elect a pregnant Senior Queen,
And the "unwed daddy," our Senior King.
It's "inappropriate" to teach right from wrong,
We're taught that such "judgments" do not belong.

We can get our condoms and birth controls,
Study witchcraft, vampires and totem poles.
But the Ten Commandments are not allowed,
It's scary here I must confess,
When chaos reigns the school's a mess.

So, Lord, this silent plea I make:
Should I be shot;
My soul please take!

Amen
 
29 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe BV $263,441,000 2005
30 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $261,988,482 2002
31 The Incredibles BV $261,441,092 2004
32 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Uni. $260,044,825 2000
33 Jaws Uni. $260,000,000 1975
34 Monsters, Inc. BV $255,873,250 2001
35 Batman WB $251,188,924 1989
36 Men in Black Sony $250,690,539 1997
37 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban WB $249,541,069 2004
38 Toy Story 2 BV $245,852,179 1999
39 Bruce Almighty Uni. $242,829,261 2003
40 Raiders of the Lost Ark Par. $242,374,454 1981^
41 Twister WB $241,721,524 1996
42 My Big Fat Greek Wedding IFC $241,438,208 2002
43 Ghostbusters Col. $238,632,124 1984^
44 Beverly Hills Cop Par. $234,760,478 1984
45 War of the Worlds Par. $234,280,354 2005
46 Cast Away Fox $233,632,142 2000
47 The Exorcist WB $232,671,011 1973^
48 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Uni. $229,086,679 1997
49 Signs BV $227,966,634 2002
50 Rush Hour 2 NL $226,164,286 2001
51 Mrs. Doubtfire Fox $219,195,243 1993
52 Ghost Par. $217,631,306 1990
53 Aladdin BV $217,350,219 1992
54 Saving Private Ryan DW $216,540,909 1998
55 Mission: Impossible II Par. $215,409,889 2000
56 X2: X-Men United Fox $214,949,694 2003
57 Austin Powers in Goldmember NL $213,307,889 2002
58 Back to the Future Uni. $210,609,762 1985
59 Wedding Crashers NL $209,255,921 2005
60 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory WB $206,459,076 2005
61 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me NL $206,040,086 1999
62 Batman Begins WB $205,343,774 2005
63 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $204,843,345 1991
64 King Kong Uni. $204,667,000 2005
65 The Mummy Returns Uni. $202,019,785 2001
66 Armageddon BV $201,578,182 1998
67 Gone with the Wind MGM $198,676,459 1939^
68 Pearl Harbor BV $198,542,554 2001
69 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Par. $197,171,806 1989
70 Madagascar DW $193,595,521 2005
71 Toy Story BV $191,796,233 1995
72 Men in Black II Sony $190,418,803 2002
73 Grease Par. $188,389,888 1978^
74 Gladiator DW $187,705,427 2000
75 The Day After Tomorrow Fox $186,740,799 2004
76 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Fox $186,336,279 2005
77 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dis. $184,925,486 1937^
78 Dances With Wolves Orion $184,208,848 1990
79 Batman Forever WB $184,031,112 1995
80 The Fugitive WB $183,875,760 1993
81 Ocean's Eleven WB $183,417,150 2001
82 What Women Want Par. $182,811,707 2000
83 The Perfect Storm WB $182,618,434 2000
84 Liar Liar Uni. $181,410,615 1997
85 Jurassic Park III Uni. $181,171,875 2001
86 Mission: Impossible Par. $180,981,886 1996
87 Planet of the Apes Fox $180,011,740 2001
88 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Par. $179,870,271 1984
89 Hitch Sony $179,495,555 2005
90 Pretty Woman BV $178,406,268 1990
91 Tootsie Col. $177,200,000 1982
92 Top Gun Par. $176,786,701 1986
93 There's Something About Mary Fox $176,484,651 1998
94 Ice Age Fox $176,387,405 2002
95 The Bourne Supremacy Uni. $176,241,941 2004
96 Crocodile Dundee Par. $174,803,506 1986
97 Apollo 13 Uni. $173,837,933 1995^
98 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Fox $173,585,516 1992
99 Elf NL $173,398,518 2003
100 The Polar Express WB $173,282,666 2004^
 
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One VERY good movie!!!

I have read the whole Narnia series...I highly recommend it!!!
 
The Witches and Wizards : The Harry Potter Phenomenon
by Charles Colson

If you have a youngster between the ages of seven and
13, chances are a boy named Harry Potter has moved in
with you. So have wizards and witches and dragons.

Kids can't seem to get enough of the Harry Potter books,
all three of which are currently riding the New York
Times bestseller list. But some Christian parents are
wondering if Harry and his friends are suitable
playmates for their kids.

Book one, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone,
has the orphaned Harry living with cruel relatives
in an English suburb. On his eleventh birthday,
Harry discovers that he is a wizard, endowed with
magical powers. Harry is promptly dispatched to the
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he
takes classes in magic, befriends other young witches
and wizards, and learns the fine points of flying on a broomstick.

In the just-published third book in the trilogy,
Harry discovers that a wizard named Sirius Black has
escaped from the Azkaban prison and is apparently
trying to kill him.

The books are enormously inventive, and include the
kind of humor that makes many parents want to borrow
the books from their kids. But if you're the parent
of a Harry Potter fan, you may be concerned about the
elements of witchcraft in these books.

It may relieve you to know that the magic in these
books is purely mechanical, as opposed to occultic.
That is, Harry and his friends cast spells, read
crystal balls, and turn themselves into animals--but
they don't make contact with a supernatural world.

Other parents are concerned with the dark themes and
violence in the books. After all, Harry's parents
are murdered in book one, and throughout the books,
Harry is pursued by followers of a murderous wizard
named Voldemort. But as the author, J. K. Rowling,
points out, "the theme running through all of these
books is the fight between good and evil." The plots
reinforce the theme that evil is real, and must be
courageously opposed.

As this theme unfolds, so do the characters of Harry
and his friends. They develop courage, loyalty, and
a willingness to sacrifice for one another--even at
the risk of their lives. Not bad lessons in a self-centered world.

Some Christians may try to keep their kids from reading
these books, but with eight million copies of the Harry
Potter books floating around American homes,
it's almost inevitable that your own children or
grandchildren will be exposed to them. If they do read
these books, help them to see the deeper messages. Contrast
the mechanical magic in the Potter books to the kind of
real life witchcraft the Bible condemns--the kind
that encourages involvement with supernatural evil.
Help them, as well, to see how the author presents evil
as evil, and good as good.

If your kids do develop a taste for Harry Potter and
his wizard friends, this interest might just open them
up to an appreciation for other fantasy books with a
distinctly Christian worldview. When your kids finish
reading Harry Potter, give them C. S. Lewis's Narnia
books and J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy.

These books also feature wizards and witches and
magical potions--but in addition, they inspire the
imagination within a Christian framework--and prepare
the hearts of readers for the real-life story of Christ.


"BreakPoint with Chuck Colson" ("BreakPoint") is a
daily commentary on news and trends from a Christian
perspective. Heard on more than 425 radio stations
nationwide, BreakPoint transcripts are also available
on the Internet. If you know of others who would
enjoy receiving BreakPoint in their E-mail box each
day, tell them they can sign up on our Web site at
www.breakpoint.org. If they do not have access to
the World Wide Web, please call 1-800-457-6125.
 
DOMESTIC GROSSES
#1–100 - #101–200 - #201–300 - #301–339

Data as of:
Rank Title(click to view) Studio Lifetime Gross Year
1 Titanic Par. $600,788,188 1997
2 Star Wars Fox $460,998,007 1977^
3 Shrek 2 DW $441,226,247 2004
4 E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Uni. $435,110,554 1982^
5 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Fox $431,088,301 1999
6 Spider-Man Sony $403,706,375 2002
7 Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith Fox $380,270,577 2005
8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King NL $377,027,325 2003
9 Spider-Man 2 Sony $373,585,825 2004
10 The Passion of the Christ NM $370,782,930 2004^
11 Jurassic Park Uni. $357,067,947 1993
12 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers NL $341,786,758 2002^
13 Finding Nemo BV $339,714,978 2003
14 Forrest Gump Par. $329,694,499 1994
15 The Lion King BV $328,541,776 1994^
16 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone WB $317,575,550 2001
17 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring NL $314,776,170 2001^
18 Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones Fox $310,676,740 2002^
19 Return of the Jedi Fox $309,306,177 1983^
20 Independence Day Fox $306,169,268 1996
21 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl BV $305,413,918 2003
22 The Sixth Sense BV $293,506,292 1999
23 The Empire Strikes Back Fox $290,475,067 1980^
24 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire WB $287,265,347 2005
25 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe BV $286,710,000 2005
26 Home Alone Fox $285,761,243 1990
27 The Matrix Reloaded WB $281,576,461 2003
28 Meet the Fockers Uni. $279,261,160 2004
29 Shrek DW $267,665,011 2001
30 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $261,988,482 2002
31 The Incredibles BV $261,441,092 2004
32 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Uni. $260,044,825 2000
33 Jaws Uni. $260,000,000 1975
34 Monsters, Inc. BV $255,873,250 2001
35 Batman WB $251,188,924 1989
36 Men in Black Sony $250,690,539 1997
37 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban WB $249,541,069 2004
38 Toy Story 2 BV $245,852,179 1999
39 Bruce Almighty Uni. $242,829,261 2003
40 Raiders of the Lost Ark Par. $242,374,454 1981^
41 Twister WB $241,721,524 1996
42 My Big Fat Greek Wedding IFC $241,438,208 2002
43 Ghostbusters Col. $238,632,124 1984^
44 Beverly Hills Cop Par. $234,760,478 1984
45 War of the Worlds Par. $234,280,354 2005
46 Cast Away Fox $233,632,142 2000
47 The Exorcist WB $232,671,011 1973^
48 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Uni. $229,086,679 1997
49 Signs BV $227,966,634 2002
50 Rush Hour 2 NL $226,164,286 2001
51 Mrs. Doubtfire Fox $219,195,243 1993
52 Ghost Par. $217,631,306 1990
53 Aladdin BV $217,350,219 1992
54 Saving Private Ryan DW $216,540,909 1998
55 King Kong Uni. $215,876,310 2005
56 Mission: Impossible II Par. $215,409,889 2000
57 X2: X-Men United Fox $214,949,694 2003
58 Austin Powers in Goldmember NL $213,307,889 2002
59 Back to the Future Uni. $210,609,762 1985
60 Wedding Crashers NL $209,255,921 2005
61 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory WB $206,459,076 2005
62 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me NL $206,040,086 1999
63 Batman Begins WB $205,343,774 2005
64 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $204,843,345 1991
65 The Mummy Returns Uni. $202,019,785 2001
66 Armageddon BV $201,578,182 1998
67 Gone with the Wind MGM $198,676,459 1939^
68 Pearl Harbor BV $198,542,554 2001
69 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Par. $197,171,806 1989
70 Madagascar DW $193,595,521 2005
71 Toy Story BV $191,796,233 1995
72 Men in Black II Sony $190,418,803 2002
73 Grease Par. $188,389,888 1978^
74 Gladiator DW $187,705,427 2000
75 The Day After Tomorrow Fox $186,740,799 2004
76 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Fox $186,336,279 2005
77 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dis. $184,925,486 1937^
78 Dances With Wolves Orion $184,208,848 1990
79 Batman Forever WB $184,031,112 1995
80 The Fugitive WB $183,875,760 1993
81 Ocean's Eleven WB $183,417,150 2001
82 What Women Want Par. $182,811,707 2000
83 The Perfect Storm WB $182,618,434 2000
84 Liar Liar Uni. $181,410,615 1997
85 Jurassic Park III Uni. $181,171,875 2001
86 Mission: Impossible Par. $180,981,886 1996
87 Planet of the Apes Fox $180,011,740 2001
88 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Par. $179,870,271 1984
89 Hitch Sony $179,495,555 2005
90 Pretty Woman BV $178,406,268 1990
91 Tootsie Col. $177,200,000 1982
92 Top Gun Par. $176,786,701 1986
93 There's Something About Mary Fox $176,484,651 1998
94 Ice Age Fox $176,387,405 2002
95 The Bourne Supremacy Uni. $176,241,941 2004
96 Crocodile Dundee Par. $174,803,506 1986
97 Apollo 13 Uni. $173,837,933 1995^
98 The Polar Express WB $173,675,955 2004^
99 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Fox $173,585,516 1992
100 Elf NL $173,398,518 2003
 
24 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe BV $289,847,008 2005
25 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire WB $289,719,985 2005
26 Home Alone Fox $285,761,243 1990
27 The Matrix Reloaded WB $281,576,461 2003
28 Meet the Fockers Uni. $279,261,160 2004
29 Shrek DW $267,665,011 2001
30 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $261,988,482 2002
31 The Incredibles BV $261,441,092 2004
32 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Uni. $260,044,825 2000
33 Jaws Uni. $260,000,000 1975
34 Monsters, Inc. BV $255,873,250 2001
35 Batman WB $251,188,924 1989
36 Men in Black Sony $250,690,539 1997
37 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban WB $249,541,069 2004
38 Toy Story 2 BV $245,852,179 1999
39 Bruce Almighty Uni. $242,829,261 2003
40 Raiders of the Lost Ark Par. $242,374,454 1981^
41 Twister WB $241,721,524 1996
42 My Big Fat Greek Wedding IFC $241,438,208 2002
43 Ghostbusters Col. $238,632,124 1984^
44 Beverly Hills Cop Par. $234,760,478 1984
45 War of the Worlds Par. $234,280,354 2005
46 Cast Away Fox $233,632,142 2000
47 The Exorcist WB $232,671,011 1973^
48 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Uni. $229,086,679 1997
49 Signs BV $227,966,634 2002
50 Rush Hour 2 NL $226,164,286 2001
51 Mrs. Doubtfire Fox $219,195,243 1993
52 King Kong Uni. $217,639,875 2005
53 Ghost Par. $217,631,306 1990
54 Aladdin BV $217,350,219 1992
55 Saving Private Ryan DW $216,540,909 1998
56 Mission: Impossible II Par. $215,409,889 2000
57 X2: X-Men United Fox $214,949,694 2003
58 Austin Powers in Goldmember NL $213,307,889 2002
59 Back to the Future Uni. $210,609,762 1985
60 Wedding Crashers NL $209,255,921 2005
61 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory WB $206,459,076 2005
62 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me NL $206,040,086 1999
63 Batman Begins WB $205,343,774 2005
64 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $204,843,345 1991
65 The Mummy Returns Uni. $202,019,785 2001
66 Armageddon BV $201,578,182 1998
67 Gone with the Wind MGM $198,676,459 1939^
68 Pearl Harbor BV $198,542,554 2001
69 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Par. $197,171,806 1989
70 Madagascar DW $193,595,521 2005
71 Toy Story BV $191,796,233 1995
72 Men in Black II Sony $190,418,803 2002
73 Grease Par. $188,389,888 1978^
74 Gladiator DW $187,705,427 2000
75 The Day After Tomorrow Fox $186,740,799 2004
76 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Fox $186,336,279 2005
77 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dis. $184,925,486 1937^
78 Dances With Wolves Orion $184,208,848 1990
79 Batman Forever WB $184,031,112 1995
80 The Fugitive WB $183,875,760 1993
81 Ocean's Eleven WB $183,417,150 2001
82 What Women Want Par. $182,811,707 2000
83 The Perfect Storm WB $182,618,434 2000
84 Liar Liar Uni. $181,410,615 1997
85 Jurassic Park III Uni. $181,171,875 2001
86 Mission: Impossible Par. $180,981,886 1996
87 Planet of the Apes Fox $180,011,740 2001
88 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Par. $179,870,271 1984
89 Hitch Sony $179,495,555 2005
90 Pretty Woman BV $178,406,268 1990
91 Tootsie Col. $177,200,000 1982
92 Top Gun Par. $176,786,701 1986
93 There's Something About Mary Fox $176,484,651 1998
94 Ice Age Fox $176,387,405 2002
95 The Bourne Supremacy Uni. $176,241,941 2004
96 Crocodile Dundee Par. $174,803,506 1986
97 Apollo 13 Uni. $173,837,933 1995^
98 The Polar Express WB $173,675,955 2004^
99 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Fox $173,585,516 1992
100 Elf NL $173,398,518 2003
 
23 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe BV $290,611,900 2005
24 The Empire Strikes Back Fox $290,475,067 1980^
25 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire WB $289,884,829 2005
26 Home Alone Fox $285,761,243 1990
27 The Matrix Reloaded WB $281,576,461 2003
28 Meet the Fockers Uni. $279,261,160 2004
29 Shrek DW $267,665,011 2001
30 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $261,988,482 2002
31 The Incredibles BV $261,441,092 2004
32 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Uni. $260,044,825 2000
33 Jaws Uni. $260,000,000 1975
34 Monsters, Inc. BV $255,873,250 2001
35 Batman WB $251,188,924 1989
36 Men in Black Sony $250,690,539 1997
37 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban WB $249,541,069 2004
38 Toy Story 2 BV $245,852,179 1999
39 Bruce Almighty Uni. $242,829,261 2003
40 Raiders of the Lost Ark Par. $242,374,454 1981^
41 Twister WB $241,721,524 1996
42 My Big Fat Greek Wedding IFC $241,438,208 2002
43 Ghostbusters Col. $238,632,124 1984^
44 Beverly Hills Cop Par. $234,760,478 1984
45 War of the Worlds Par. $234,280,354 2005
46 Cast Away Fox $233,632,142 2000
47 The Exorcist WB $232,671,011 1973^
48 The Lost World: Jurassic Park Uni. $229,086,679 1997
49 Signs BV $227,966,634 2002
50 Rush Hour 2 NL $226,164,286 2001
51 Mrs. Doubtfire Fox $219,195,243 1993
52 King Kong Uni. $217,906,325 2005
53 Ghost Par. $217,631,306 1990
54 Aladdin BV $217,350,219 1992
55 Saving Private Ryan DW $216,540,909 1998
56 Mission: Impossible II Par. $215,409,889 2000
57 X2: X-Men United Fox $214,949,694 2003
58 Austin Powers in Goldmember NL $213,307,889 2002
59 Back to the Future Uni. $210,609,762 1985
60 Wedding Crashers NL $209,255,921 2005
61 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory WB $206,459,076 2005
62 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me NL $206,040,086 1999
63 Batman Begins WB $205,343,774 2005
64 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $204,843,345 1991
65 The Mummy Returns Uni. $202,019,785 2001
66 Armageddon BV $201,578,182 1998
67 Gone with the Wind MGM $198,676,459 1939^
68 Pearl Harbor BV $198,542,554 2001
69 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Par. $197,171,806 1989
70 Madagascar DW $193,595,521 2005
71 Toy Story BV $191,796,233 1995
72 Men in Black II Sony $190,418,803 2002
73 Grease Par. $188,389,888 1978^
74 Gladiator DW $187,705,427 2000
75 The Day After Tomorrow Fox $186,740,799 2004
76 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Fox $186,336,279 2005
77 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Dis. $184,925,486 1937^
78 Dances With Wolves Orion $184,208,848 1990
79 Batman Forever WB $184,031,112 1995
80 The Fugitive WB $183,875,760 1993
81 Ocean's Eleven WB $183,417,150 2001
82 What Women Want Par. $182,811,707 2000
83 The Perfect Storm WB $182,618,434 2000
84 Liar Liar Uni. $181,410,615 1997
85 Jurassic Park III Uni. $181,171,875 2001
86 Mission: Impossible Par. $180,981,886 1996
87 Planet of the Apes Fox $180,011,740 2001
88 Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Par. $179,870,271 1984
89 Hitch Sony $179,495,555 2005
90 Pretty Woman BV $178,406,268 1990
91 Tootsie Col. $177,200,000 1982
92 Top Gun Par. $176,786,701 1986
93 There's Something About Mary Fox $176,484,651 1998
94 Ice Age Fox $176,387,405 2002
95 The Bourne Supremacy Uni. $176,241,941 2004
96 Crocodile Dundee Par. $174,803,506 1986
97 Apollo 13 Uni. $173,837,933 1995^
98 The Polar Express WB $173,675,955 2004^
99 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York Fox $173,585,516 1992
100 Elf NL $173,398,518 2003
 
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God Bless America - Kate Smith

Military Music

Boston Pops: God Bless America

This Land Is Your Land

Blue Moon

Say A Prayer

Hawaii Five O

LawOrder

The Battle Of New Orleans

Beverly Hillbillies

Indiana Jones

James Bond

Jaws

Magnum

Mission Impossible

Peter Gunn

Rocky

Singing In The Rain

Star Wars

Top Gun

Peggy Sue

Downtown

Elvis

Chuck Berry

Rock Around The Clock

Dueling Guitars

Blueberry Hill

A Taste Of Honey - clip

(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco - clip

Take The 'A' Train - clip

Hello, Dolly! - clip

Peggy Sue - clip

Theme From Peter Gunn - clip

Song from Moulin Rouge

Malagueña

Ebb Tide

Tara's Theme from Gone with the Wind

Around the World in 80 Days

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Charade

The Way We Were

You Do Something to Me

SWonderful

Adios

A Foggy Day

Amor

Anna

Arrivederci Roma

Theme from Moulin Rouge II

Stardust - Big Band

Bolero

Brazil

Rhapsody in Blue

Sleepy Lagoon

My Foolish Heart

Lisbon Antigua

La Mer

April in Portugal

Because of You

Poor People of Paris

Unchained Melody

Stranger on the Shore

Solace

Maple Leaf Rag

Voices of Spring

Emperor Waltz

Radetzky March

Water Music (Excerpt) George Frideric Handel

Finale - William Tell Overture

Overture - My Fair Lady

The Rain in Spain

The Lonely Bull - Herb Alpert

Tijuana Taxi - Herb Alpert

The Happy Whistler

So Rare

Mona Lisa

Ghost Riders in the Sky

Walk, Don't Run

Wonderland by Night

Canadian Sunset

Blue Tango

The Happy Wanderer

Down Yonder

Midnight in Moscow

Crazy Medley

Tequila

That's for Me

Quiet Village

Harbor Lights

Dueling Banjoes II

Autumn Leaves

My Foolish Heart

Don't Know Much

I WALK THE LINE

EL PASO

TENNESSEE WALTZ

STAND BY YOUR MAN

ON THE ROAD AGAIN

Close To You

Rainy Days & Mondays

Sing A Song

Yesterday Once More

We've Only Just Begun

Goodbye To Love

Only You

As Time Goes By

As Time Goes By II

As Time Goes By - Original

After Loving

San Francisco

Stranger In Paradise

Mrs. Howdy

Rags To Riches

The Good Life

Hello Dolly

All Of Me

Thank Heaven For Little Girls

Beyond The Sea

Everybody Loves

Return To Me

That's Amore

Autumn Leaves

Love Me With All Your Heart

If I Give My Heart To You

Autumn Leaves II

Autumn Leaves III

See The USA

My Prayer

You Always Hurt

Take Me Out To The Ballgame

Love Me Tender

Its Now Or Never

Old Shep

Dont Be Cruel

When I Fall In Love

When I Fall In Love II

When I Fall In Love III

A Fool Such As I

You'll Never Know

Fascination

I'm Yours

Wish You Were Here

Lady Of Spain

CanadianSunset

It's Magic

Secret Love

This Magic Moment

My Prayer

Twilight Time

Great Pretender

Harbor Lights

Little Darlin'

Wanted

No Other Love

Magic Moments

Till The End Of Time

Dont Let The Stars

Overture - Barber of Seville

Back In The Saddle

You Always Hurt

When I Fall

When A Man

True Love

Sincerely

Sweetheart

In The Mood

A Taste Of Honey

The Lonely Bull

Lollipops And Roses

This Guys In Love With You

What Now My Love

Three Coins In The Fountain

You've Gotta Have Heart

HeartOfMyHeart

Stranger In Paradise II

Love Is...

Unforgettable

Georgia On My Mind

Sentimental Over You

Thanks For The Memories

Too Young

Because

Never On Sunday

Yellow Rose Of Texas

Windy

My Little Corner

Speak Low

Moments To Remember

HernandosHideaway

Be My Love

Embassy Waltz

Misty

A Certain Smile

Chances Are

Not For Me To Say

Stranger On The Shore

I'll Be Seeing You

Cherry Pink

Downtown

Moonlight Serenade

Last Date

Naughty Lady

Til I Kissed You

All I Have To Do Is Dream

Dixie Land Band

Ghost Riders In The Sky

The Happy Wanderer

Lollipops

Santa Catalina

Band Of Gold

Auld Lang Syne

The Wayward Wind

P.S. I Love You

Harbor Lights

Ebb Tide

Lime Light

Green Door

My Heart Cries

Down Yonder

Silvana Mangano Anna

Does Your Chewing Gum?

Grand Night For Singing

Purple People Eater

Orange Blossom Special

I'll Get By

'Til Then

Katie At UNC

Love Letters

As Time Goes By

Cheek To Cheek

Mission Impossible

The Way You Look Tonight

Frenesi

Glad To Be An American

Battle Hymn Of The Republic

How Great Thou Art

Have Thine Own Way

Beyond The Sunset

Amazing Grace

He's Got The Whole World

Peace In The Valley

How Great Thou Art II

Stars & Stripes Forever

Tennessee Waltz

Beverly Hillbillies Theme

El Paso

Happy Trails

Big John

Sixteen Tons

Which Doctor?

Wonderful! Wonderful!

Misty

Gina

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Mr. Sandman

Bad Leroy

Only The Lonely

Pachelbel

Magnificent 7

Magnificent 7 - II

Rawhide

I Walk The Line


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* * * Four important things to KNOW: #1) For ALL (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) have sinned & fall short of the glory of God. #2) For the wages of above (see #1) are DEATH (Hell, eternal separation from God, & damnation) but the Gift (free & at no charge to you) of God (Creator, Jehovah, & Trinity) is Eternal Life (Heaven) through (in union with) Jesus Christ (God, Lord, 2nd Person of The Trinity, Messiah, Prince of Peace & Savior of the World). #3) For God so greatly loved & dearly prized the world (Americans, Muslims, Jews, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhist, Asians, Presbyterians, Europeans, Baptist, Brazilians, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc.) that He even gave up His only begotten (unique) Son, that whosoever (anyone, anywhere, anytime - while still living) believes (trust in, relies on, clings to, depends completely on) Him shall have eternal (everlasting) life (heaven). #4) Jesus said: "I am THE WAY, THE TRUTH, & THE LIFE. No one (male/female - American, Muslim, Jew, Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist, Asian, Presbyterian, European, Baptist, Brazilian, Mormons, Methodist, French, etc. ) comes (arrives) to the Father (with GOD in Heaven) EXCEPT BY (through) ME (no other name). *** This wonderful loving GOD gives you the choice - - - (Rev. 3:20) {Please note that church membership, baptism, doing good things, etc. are not requirements for becoming a Christian - however they are great afterwards!!!} *** Jesus said, "Wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction (Hell, damnation, eternal punishment), and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life (Heaven, eternal happiness, forever with God), and only a few find it.




D I S C L A I M E R If someone should ask if it's legal to download songs
found on various non-commercial sites, such as this one.

Well, I'm neither a lawyer nor a technician,
and I've begun to wonder if it was legal for
us to tape music off the radio back when
tape recorders first came into being.

And were we committing a crime when we recorded
a movie shown on TV with our VCRs? And was it
really legal to buy a dual-deck recorder for the
express purpose of duplicating cassettes?

My answer to all of the above is, "I don't know."

Nonetheless, here is a formal statement in
some kind of legalize that appears to apply
to this kind of file availability:

The songs on this site are copyrighted by their respective artists and are placed here
for evaluation purposes only. No profits or sales are made on this site from their use.

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