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Meet Viktor Dmitrievitch Huliganov

  • ja_karola 31.05.06, 03:14
    I disagree with one of the comments below your video... absolutely great
    accent! Just like a true Russian.
    Imagine was absolutely the best! Good voice too Dave; I'm impressed.
  • usenetposts 01.06.06, 01:17
    Thanks, Karola, thanks too to Kylie and Eugene. I'll be doing some more of that
    character, and I also have an American character which I'll be adding in the
    next few days, and all feedback will be much appreciated.
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  • ja_karola 01.06.06, 04:15
    Will your American character have a Texan accent by any chance?
  • kylie1 31.05.06, 03:59
    > See if you like this humorous characterization I came up with. Please give it
    > a good rating if you enjoy it.

    This is awesome, Dave. I had a good chuckle. My son was watching it with me and
    he said he thought you sounded like one of those Russian criminals in "From
    Russia with Love" (the 007 movie with Sean Connery, if you remember). Your
    Russian accent is absolutely spot on! Also, your lip curves upwards with the
    word "dreeeeaaamer"- it kinda shakes and vibrates like Elvis's. That's
    hilarious! Hooliganov is truly ripping into it with a whole lotta emotional
    intensity! I can definitely feel it in every note (...any crystal at home?)

    Hooliganov...you are the man!

    smile I love it, Dave.
  • ejmarkow 31.05.06, 18:42
    Dave, very impressive! You can even sing.
    smile
  • ejmarkow 31.05.06, 18:43
    What type of video camera do you use? Is it digital?
  • usenetposts 01.06.06, 01:18
    ejmarkow napisał:

    > What type of video camera do you use? Is it digital?


    My parents gave me a logitech webcam for my birthday last week, and this is
    what I've been doing with it. The earlier stuff by me is with a Fuji Finepix.

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  • kylie1 01.06.06, 06:09
    Dave, I have a feeling you could do the German accent quite nicely. Would you
    give it a try? I think you would be really good at it!

    Other suggestions:

    a drunk
    British aristocracy
    English with French accent.

    smile
  • usenetposts 01.06.06, 10:02

    kylie1 napisała:

    > Dave, I have a feeling you could do the German accent quite nicely. Would you
    > give it a try? I think you would be really good at it!

    OK, I'll resurrect my old Usenet persona "Sproey von Weitzentrenner" and turn
    him into a video turn.

    >
    > Other suggestions:
    >
    > a drunk

    I wouldn't know how to do that.

    > British aristocracy

    OK, I even have one of them. I'd like to do an impersonation of an aristocrat
    who degenerates into a chimp during each of his appearances, all the while
    taking umbrage at charges of "inbreeding" in the European aristocracy.

    > English with French accent.

    I have to call that character "Pierre de Launey"

    > smile

    Thanks for the inspirations!

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  • kylie1 02.06.06, 00:01
    Dave,

    Before Gary went to work, I decided to play "youtube" with Mr.Hooliganov for
    him. He really liked it smilesmile- especially the Lenin song! He thinks you are
    pretty good. I know none of us could ever do this! I think the fact that you
    are so good at this has a lot to do with you having a really ear for both
    foreign languages and music.

    Your American is not too shabby either, you know!

    That's definitely a gift from up high!!

    kylie

  • usenetposts 02.06.06, 23:37
    kylie1 napisała:

    > Dave,
    >
    > Before Gary went to work, I decided to play "youtube" with Mr.Hooliganov for
    > him. He really liked it smilesmile- especially the Lenin song! He thinks you are
    > pretty good. I know none of us could ever do this! I think the fact that you
    > are so good at this has a lot to do with you having a really ear for both
    > foreign languages and music.
    >
    > Your American is not too shabby either, you know!
    >
    > That's definitely a gift from up high!!
    >
    > kylie
    >

    Thanks, Kylie. I was particularly pleased to hear that my American wasn't too
    far off the mark.

    I've now put bespoke colours on my profile, which might add something, I don't
    now.
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  • kylie1 02.06.06, 03:43
    > I have to call that character "Pierre de Launey"

    I love that name, Dave!

    I think maybe we should also consider his brother Ames Toulouse and perhaps his
    cousin Toulouse De Beat?

    smile
  • russh 01.06.06, 10:16
    Very very good.

    I agree with Kylie - more needed!
  • russh 01.06.06, 22:35
    I've heard Imagine at least 4 times on the radio today. It's always been one of
    my favourite songs.

    Everytime I heard it, your version came to me. Aaargh!

    I'm not going to give you a list of my 10 all-time favourites, that's for sure.
  • usenetposts 02.06.06, 23:30
    russh napisał:

    > I've heard Imagine at least 4 times on the radio today. It's always been one
    of
    > my favourite songs.
    >
    > Everytime I heard it, your version came to me. Aaargh!
    >
    > I'm not going to give you a list of my 10 all-time favourites, that's for
    sure.


    Heh heh heh.

    I don't suppose "Bohemian Rhapsody" will be on it, will it?

    I might give that one a twirl in the future.

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  • russh 03.06.06, 07:00
    > I don't suppose "Bohemian Rhapsody" will be on it, will it?
    >
    > I might give that one a twirl in the future.

    'Mama, just killed a man. Can't get his song outta my head'

    No, its not on my 10 all-time, but I do love it. I remember when it first came
    out (1975), accompanied by that incredible (at the time) video. Sheer Queen!

    I saw them at Live Aid (yes, I was one of the lucky ones to get a ticket) - one
    of, if not the, greatest live shows ever (Queen that is, as well as the Live Aid
    concert as a whole).
  • usenetposts 03.06.06, 13:23
    russh napisał:

    > > I don't suppose "Bohemian Rhapsody" will be on it, will it?
    > >
    > > I might give that one a twirl in the future.
    >
    > 'Mama, just killed a man. Can't get his song outta my head'
    >
    > No, its not on my 10 all-time, but I do love it. I remember when it first came
    > out (1975), accompanied by that incredible (at the time) video. Sheer Queen!
    >
    > I saw them at Live Aid (yes, I was one of the lucky ones to get a ticket) -
    one
    > of, if not the, greatest live shows ever (Queen that is, as well as the Live
    Ai
    > d
    > concert as a whole).

    You lucky man.

    Anyway, if you like Bohemian Rhapsody, you won't want to look at me
    Huliganizing it here:

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=LheHQ4Qp-f0




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  • russh 03.06.06, 14:30
    Who needs Freddy when we've got Davey!

    Super, again.

    What about Elvis? I'm sure that In The Ghetto could do with a better version
    than the last re-mix.
  • usenetposts 03.06.06, 19:27
    russh napisał:

    > Who needs Freddy when we've got Davey!
    >
    > Super, again.
    >
    > What about Elvis? I'm sure that In The Ghetto could do with a better version
    > than the last re-mix.

    Yeah. I'll do some Elvis. My next character I'm already working on, and if I
    get some peace and quiet when the kids have gone to bed, I might do something
    with him. He's based on a friend of mine from University who claimed to be
    Polish when he had a broad Newcastle accent. I might get him singing Elvis in
    Geordie.

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  • bartis_ervin 01.06.06, 23:10

    Enjoyed it! Dave, a man with many talents. By the way, "Imagine" was a good song
    to pick on. Tell me one thing: how do you find time for all your on-line life?

    Ervin

    Thebartiski.blogspot.com
  • usenetposts 02.06.06, 23:34
    bartis_ervin napisał:

    >
    > Enjoyed it! Dave, a man with many talents. By the way, "Imagine" was a good
    son
    > g
    > to pick on.

    Thanks, Ervin

    > Tell me one thing: how do you find time for all your on-line life?
    >

    I spend more time on it than I should. But I think people do tend to make time
    for what they enjoy, and I did have a bit of holiday recently.

    I expect that your expertise in photography took a good while to perfect so I
    could ask you the same question!

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  • chris-joe 03.06.06, 07:52
    Экцэлент рендишон, мистер Дейв! Но вы забыли произносить звук Г в конце слов,
    как эйкинГ, льонГ, стронГ! smile))
  • usenetposts 03.06.06, 13:15
    chris-joe napisał:

    > Экцэлент рен&
    > #1076;ишон, мистер
    > Дейв! Но вы за
    > 73;ыли произноl
    > 9;ить звук Г в к
    > 086;нце слов,
    > как эйкинГ, ль
    > ;онГ, стронГ! smile))

    I did separate out the G in "ng" sometimes, but I didn't always remember to,
    that's true. I'll have to keep an eye out for that.

    Спасибо!


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  • ejmarkow 03.06.06, 22:16
    Dave, you have given me some inspiration to produce a video here to post on the
    net. Any recommendations for a theme?
  • usenetposts 04.06.06, 14:15
    ejmarkow napisał:

    > Dave, you have given me some inspiration to produce a video here to post on
    the
    >
    > net. Any recommendations for a theme?

    It all depends on what you can do and what interests you, and also on what your
    technical gadgets are and how well you can squeeze something out of them.

    You could do a nature report down there or sing some American song, or
    something.

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  • ejmarkow 05.06.06, 10:53
    usenetposts napisał:

    > You could do a nature report down there or sing some American song, or
    > something.

    I think I will recruit one my my workers by the name of Jasiek to team up with
    me in a comical video. This man should have seriously been in Holly-Łódź. He is
    a natural born comedian and an excellent worker as well. If anyone here needs
    high quality stucco work and someone to keep you pissing in your knickers at
    the same time, just let me know.

  • usenetposts 05.06.06, 11:57
    ejmarkow napisał:

    > usenetposts napisał:
    >
    > > You could do a nature report down there or sing some American song, or
    > > something.
    >
    > I think I will recruit one my my workers by the name of Jasiek to team up
    with
    > me in a comical video. This man should have seriously been in Holly-Łódź. He
    is
    >
    > a natural born comedian and an excellent worker as well. If anyone here needs
    > high quality stucco work and someone to keep you pissing in your knickers at
    > the same time, just let me know.
    >

    I'm looking forward to it.

    In the meantime, I have taken to using software to do a spot of editing on my
    new videos. See the latest ones here:

    www.youtube.com/profile?user=usenetposts
    Also note my sexy orange and black colour scheme...

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  • ja_karola 04.06.06, 16:38
    ejmarkow napisał:

    > Any recommendations for a theme?

    Have you ever seen the movie Ishtar with Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman? It
    was one of the greatest Hollywood distasters of the eighties. By virtue of
    being so bad, it was one of the best comedies I’ve ever seen! The best: their
    pathetic performances in a shady Tangiers hotel and an attempt to buy a camel,
    which in the end turned out to be blind.

    I don’t know why, but it just came to mind…. It certainly is a mine of
    inspiration. Rent it, if you can.
  • ejmarkow 05.06.06, 10:46
    ja_karola napisała:

    > ejmarkow napisał:
    >
    > > Any recommendations for a theme?
    >
    > Have you ever seen the movie Ishtar with Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman?

    Not yet, but I will heed your advice and rent it. I really enjoyed Hoffman in
    the classic film "Midnight Cowboy". That films presents such an array of
    contrasts (like Siemiechów and New York City), although not considered to be a
    comedy. One film which had me bursting at the seems is another classic, "The
    Owl and a Pussycat" with Barbara Streisand. Pure humor. An oldie but a goodie.

    > It was one of the greatest Hollywood distasters of the eighties. By virtue
    > of being so bad, it was one of the best comedies I’ve ever seen! I don’t know
    > why, but it just came to mind….

    That often happens with hollywood films. Some are considered to be flops by the
    elite critics when in reality they have a cult following and are enjoyable.

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