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unrestrained by convention or morality

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But although Christmas and Dickens go together like sherry and mince pies, it's hard to think of anything particularly seasonal about the story of a dissolute character making a selfless final sacrifice in the midst of the French Revolution.
Alejandro's rival is up to no good - or at least our dissolute Zorro wants to believe that - and Elena is cooking up something more than romantic betrayal, too.
It makes the lies spouses - and the man who comes between them, an even richer rake played with dissolute insouciance by Rupert Everett - tell one another literal matters of life and death, not just heartbreak that feels that way.
Though showing current and classic movies to an appreciative, highly responsive audience of Fijians has been gratifying, John has become frustrated with no-show projectionists, his dissolute Australian landlord and a series of home burglaries while the family was out entertaining the borderline impoverished community.
Sir Peter wants to pair Maria with Joseph Surface, but the girl only has eyes for Joseph's dissolute younger brother, Charles (Kevin O'Donnell).
Travolta plays a grizzled, gray-haired, charmingly dissolute ex-literature professor who, with his biographer/protege, is encamped in Johansson's dead mother's ramshackle New Orleans home.
Paris Hilton's cult of personality transformed the original ``The Simple Life'' from filler programming to just about the closest we got to event TV during the dissolute 2003-04 TV season; hence, a sequel was inevitable.
While thoroughly probing the weighty drama of a ruler facing rebellion from his own lords, the Bard enlivens the plot of ``King Henry IV, Part 1'' with the outrageous shenanigans of Henry's wayward son, Prince Hal (played by David Paul Wichert) and his dissolute pal, Sir John Falstaff (Jerry Kernion).
Pressman's convincing enough as a dissolute gasbag of a thespian, but ``Swan Song'' is the slowest and least dynamic of the quartet.
Days after Little Bighorn, a despised former colleague (professional screen weasel Tony Goldwyn) tracks down his dissolute former comrade and makes an attractive offer: Come to Japan, where the emperor is forming a modern army.
First, she'll probably have to dispense with the dissolute but studly Bill McCorkle (Randy Irwin) who Leona has just caught in an ungentlemanly act with hollow-eyed Violet (Wendy Johnson).
As he enchants members of the dissolute royal family, Grinpayne begins to struggle with his memories.
What's On THEATRE Love For Love Restoration comedy in which Valentine, Sir Sampson's dissolute eldest son, finds the only way out of his financial difficulties is to give in to his father's pressure to sign over his right of inheritance to his brother.
And while Brian Pettifer and Louise McCarthy do their best as the dissolute chip shop magnate and dumb blonde, marrying a young woman off to solve the family's money problems is just not very funny.
BULSE A Bag for diamonds B Pickled beef C Dissolute fellow who am I?