Out of This World

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  • out of this world — phrasal of extraordinary excellence ; superb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Out of This World (TV series) — This article is about the U.S. television series. For the British television series of the same name, see Out of This World (UK TV series). Out of This World Title screen Genre Fantasy sitcom …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (musical) — Out of This World Original Cast Recording Music Cole Porter Lyrics Cole Porter Book Dwig …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (Radiophonic album) — Out of This World Compilation album by BBC Radiophonic Workshop Released 1976 …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (Johnny Mercer song) — Out of This World is an American popular song composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Johnny Mercer. It was introduced in the film Out of This World (1945) by Bing Crosby dubbing in for the voice of the main character played by Eddie… …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (card trick) — Out of This World is a card trick created by magician Paul Curry in 1942. Many performers have devised their own variations of this trick. It is often billed as the trick that fooled Winston Churchill due to a story describing how it was… …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Out of This World Type = studio Artist = Europe Released = 9 August, 1988 Recorded = Olympic Studios, Townhouse Studios, Swanyard, London, England March June 1988 Genre = Hard rock, Glam metal, Heavy metal Length = 47:50… …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This World (The Cure song) — Single infobox Name = Out of This World Artist = The Cure from Album = Bloodflowers Released = 2000 Format = Recorded = Genre = Rock Length = 4:22 (Radio Edit) Label = Fiction Records Producer = Robert Smith Chart position = Reviews = Last single …   Wikipedia

  • I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive — is a song written by Fred Rose and American country music singer songwriter Hank Williams, released by Williams in 1952. The last single to be released during Williams lifetime, it reached #1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart posthumously in …   Wikipedia

  • Out of This Furnace —   …   Wikipedia


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