Propagated in the same blood-soaked ground The Bad Seed and The Omen, The Prodigy delivers a few cheap jolts as it pits a distraught mother against her demonic moppet
Propagated in the same blood-soaked ground as The Bad Seed and The Omen, The Prodigy delivers a few cheap jolts as it pits a distraught mother against her demonic moppet
But the moppet
makes a new pal - a demon magnificently voiced by Sir Ian McKellen, who savours every second as he goes from purring ingratiation to satanic savagery.
The illustration for The Story Of Miss Moppet
features notes from the author on how it was to be reduced for the title page.
The rags-to-riches story of the curly, red-headed moppet
is a bit more than 80 years old now, but audiences still flock to the plot.
At only 13 years old, Ty Simpkins has assembled an impressive resume, appearing in films including "Insidious," "Revolutionary Road" and "Iron Man 3." Hollywood's honorary moppet
currently appears with Chris Pratt in "Jurassic World," released June 12.
Charlotte Church @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (Thursday) HAVING found international fame as a classical singing young moppet
with a bowl-cut, the Voice of an Angel has grown up very publicly over the years, falling in and out of both love and night-club doorways on the pages of the tabloids, becoming a mum and reinventing herself as a credible indie star.
Directed by Greg Berlanti, Life as We Know It stars Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel as battling Atlanta godparents tapped to raise adorable moppet
Sophie (played by Clagett triplets Brooke, Brynn and Alexis) after her parents die in a car crash.
Puns abound, and dishes include 'Cajun Cherub Gumbo', 'Pie-Ella' and 'Moppet
She was born July 25, 1924, in Haverhill, Mass., daughter of the late Warren and Agnes (Moppet
Shirley Temple, the pretty little moppet
who charmed her way into the sentimental hearts of 1930s filmgoers was born to a comfortably-off family in Santa Monica, California, handy for the Hollywood studios.
When I married my husband, he had an adorable moppet
of a little girl.
Kirsten Dunst (always reliable, often great) plays Marie Antoinette, the Austrian princess who marries the French crown prince Louis (Jason Schwartzman) at the age of 14.
Some responses were genuine: Thom Mayne conscience-searching in front of 800 people, and a reminder of the refreshing clarity of former Architectural Review staffer Frances Anderton's brain, egged on by the showbiz awareness of her two-year-old moppet
of a daughter.