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  • In deze missie moet je drie luitenanten rekruteren(er is geen vaste volgorde voor het rekruteren) voor de Saints. Je moet je bij elke luitenant bewijzen door een opdracht(je) te doen. Nadat je alle 3 de opdrachtem hebt afgerond, is de missie voltooid. changes by Credibility
  • Three Kings is a rhyming magazine story.
  • Three Kings is the fifth in Just Cause 2.
  • "Three Kings" is the fourth mission in Saints Row 2. SAINTS RESURRECTED — Stilwater Gazette newspaper headline
  • This music track has a tempo of 140, and is in the key of C# Minor.
  • The film stars George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube and Spike Jonze. Film critic Roger Ebert described it as a "weird masterpiece, a screw-loose war picture that sends action and humor crashing head-on into each other and spinning off into political anger." The film gets its name from the character Conrad's (Jonze) outburst: "We three kings be stealin' the gold...", a parody of the Christmas carol We Three Kings of Orient Are.
  • Plot: After Peter discovers the writing of Stephen King, he imagines his family and friends in three of King’s most famous works. Stand By Me: Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe – as 12-year-olds – travel along a railroad track on a journey of self-discovery narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. In the year 1955, four 12-year old boys—Petey LaChange (Peter), Quag Chambers (Quagmire), Joey Duchamp (Joe), and Cleve Brown (Cleveland)—go out to find a dead body in the woods, following a set of railroad tracks to find it (during the trip, a train runs over Joey's legs, effectively crippling him). Upon finding the body (which turns out to be Meg), they are confronted by the local bully Ace Merrill (Mayor West), who comes to claim the body, and threatens the boys with a knife. Petey pulls out a gun to in
  • Three Kings is a 1999 satirical war drama film written and directed by David O. Russell from a story by John Ridley about a gold heist in the style of Kelly's Heroes. It takes place during the 1991 Iraqi uprising against Saddam Hussein following the end of the first Persian Gulf War.
  • Three Kings is a 1999 movie directed by David O. Russell and starring George Clooney, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg, and Spike Jonze. It's a comedy/drama set during the Iraqi uprising at the end of the 1991 Iraq/U.S. War, also known as Operation Desert Storm. During the surrender of Iraqi soldiers, one Iraqi soldier is found to be concealing a map that ends up showing the location of gold that Saddam Hussein had plundered from Kuwait.
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  • 1122
Featuring
  • : *Peter Griffin as Himself, Petey LaChance, and Andy Dufresne *Richard Dreyfuss as "The Writer" *Cleveland Brown as Cleve Brown and Ellis "Red" Redding *Joe Swanson as Joey Duchamp, Officer Buster, and Bogs Diamond *Brian Griffin as Chopper and Paul Sheldon *Stewie Griffin as Old Man Pressman and Stewie Wilkes *Glenn Quagmire as Quag Chambers and Heywood *Lois Griffin as Marcia the Publicist *Dr. Hartman *Mayor Adam West as Ace Merill *Carter Pewterschmidt as Warden Samuel Norton *Seamus as Captain Byron Hadley *Meg Griffin as The Body
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  • Peter's Progress
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Editing
  • Robert K. Lambert
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  • 3
Runtime
  • 6840.0
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Country
  • United States
Name
  • Three Kings
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  • Agency
Caption
  • Theatrical release poster
  • Peter presents three books by "the greatest author of the last thousand years," Stephen King
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  • Thomas & Friends 450
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  • 10000
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  • Yes
Episode Number
  • 15
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Vehicle
  • 3
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  • Dagannoth Kings & Wilderness Dungeon Reworks - Double XP Weekend - Invention Fix
Cash
  • 20000
Total
  • 125
Title
  • Three Kings
Duration
  • 229.0
Music
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  • Three Kings.ogg
Gross
  • 6.0652036E7
First Aired
  • 2009-05-10
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Release
  • 2016-09-19
Plot
  • After Peter discovers the writing of Stephen King, he imagines his family and friends in three of King’s most famous works. Stand by Me parody left|300px Petey LaChance, Quag Chambers, Cleve Brown, and Joey Duchamp travel along a railroad track on a journey of self-discovery narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. In the year 1955, four 12-year old boys—Petey LaChange , Quag Chambers , Joey Duchamp , and Cleve Brown —go out to find a dead body in the woods, following a set of railroad tracks to find it. Upon finding the body , they are confronted by the local bully Ace Merrill , who comes to claim the body, and threatens the boys with a knife. Petey pulls out a gun to intimidate Ace, who swears he will come back for revenge. However, since their next meeting will be inevitable because they live in the same neighborhood, Petey lets Ace have the body to avoid further consequences. Upon returning home, the boys go their separate ways: Joey comes to terms with being in a wheelchair and invents a new sport for cripples; Cleve grows up to marry Rebecca Romijn; and Quag becomes a famous Hollywood actor who eventually dies of overdose on drugs. left|300pxMisery parody Famed writer Paul Sheldon has just finished his latest and final installment in his series of Snuggly Jeff children's books. In this last installment, he kills off the titular character so he can focus on more serious work. While driving through a snowstorm, Paul swerves off the road to avoid hitting Stephen King, causing him to crash. He is rescued by Stewie Wilkes , a cross-dressed toddler and Paul's self-proclaimed number-one fan, who takes the crippled Paul to his remote cabin. Upon finding and reading the manuscript of Paul's latest Snuggly Jeff book, Stewie is infuriated about the main character's death and forces Paul to rewrite it and bring Snuggly Jeff back to life, holding him hostage. After sending Stewie out for paper, Paul finds a news article pointing Stewie out as a serial killer. The sheriff , shows up by chance, but his legs are blown off with a shotgun by Stewie, and is killed so he won't have to be in a wheelchair. After several attempts, Paul finally finishes the book with a presumably logical way of bringing Snuggly Jeff back to life, but Stewie refuses to let Paul go, knowing he will tell everyone about the kidnapping. Paul's ultimate fate is left ambiguous. 300px|leftThe Shawshank Redemption parody Andy Dufresne is sent to Shawshank Prison where he meets and quickly befriends a fellow inmate named Red . Andy asks Red for a rock hammer with which he can slowly tunnel out of the prison, as well as make Star Wars figurines out of rocks, which the prison's corrupt warden offers to sell, crippling Bogs , an inmate who had raped Andy in the bathroom, as a sign of good will. Andy is given permission to clean the warden's office; while doing so, he plays a record of "Hollaback Girl" across the whole prison, which utterly confuses all the inmates and infuriates the Warden. Andy informs Red that he is going to escape, saying he is going to Zihuatanejo in Mexico, and tells him that if he should ever get out of prison, he should go to a hayfield in Buxton to a volcanic rock he will have placed there. Later that night, Andy is nowhere to be found. In a fury, the Warden throws one of Andy's rocks at a poster of David Cassidy, tearing a hole through its rectum. The Warden sticks his hand into the hole, discovering a tunnel that Andy had made, leading to a sewage pipe that leads Andy to freedom. After being released from Shawshank, Red goes to the field in Buxton Andy told him to go to, finding a box containing money and a postcard asking if he remembers the name of the Mexican country Andy told him about, Zihuatanejo; unfortunately, Red does not. Andy is then shown preparing a boat on a beach in Zihuatanejo, eagerly waiting for Red to arrive so they can sail off together, though Red presumably never does.
Released
  • 1999-10-01
Published
  • 2005-01-05
Composer
  • Adam Bond
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Budget
  • 7.5E7
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  • 6
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  • Peter tells the story of three films adapted from Stephen King novels using Family Guy characters
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  • Three Kings is a 1999 movie directed by David O. Russell and starring George Clooney, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg, and Spike Jonze. It's a comedy/drama set during the Iraqi uprising at the end of the 1991 Iraq/U.S. War, also known as Operation Desert Storm. During the surrender of Iraqi soldiers, one Iraqi soldier is found to be concealing a map that ends up showing the location of gold that Saddam Hussein had plundered from Kuwait. The four American soldiers sneak away from the camp, sending their attached journalist on a wild goose chase with another soldier, in order to find and steal the gold. Naturally, wacky hijinks ensue and the four soldiers become involved in the uprising.
  • In deze missie moet je drie luitenanten rekruteren(er is geen vaste volgorde voor het rekruteren) voor de Saints. Je moet je bij elke luitenant bewijzen door een opdracht(je) te doen. Nadat je alle 3 de opdrachtem hebt afgerond, is de missie voltooid. changes by Credibility
  • Plot: After Peter discovers the writing of Stephen King, he imagines his family and friends in three of King’s most famous works. Stand By Me: Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe – as 12-year-olds – travel along a railroad track on a journey of self-discovery narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. In the year 1955, four 12-year old boys—Petey LaChange (Peter), Quag Chambers (Quagmire), Joey Duchamp (Joe), and Cleve Brown (Cleveland)—go out to find a dead body in the woods, following a set of railroad tracks to find it (during the trip, a train runs over Joey's legs, effectively crippling him). Upon finding the body (which turns out to be Meg), they are confronted by the local bully Ace Merrill (Mayor West), who comes to claim the body, and threatens the boys with a knife. Petey pulls out a gun to intimidate Ace, who swears he will come back for revenge. However, since their next meeting will be inevitable because they live in the same neighborhood, Petey lets Ace have the body to avoid further consequences. Upon returning home, the boys go their separate ways: Joey comes to terms with being in a wheelchair and invents a new sport for cripples; Cleve grows up to marry Rebecca Romijn; and Quag becomes a famous Hollywood actor who eventually dies of overdose on drugs. Misery: Famed writer Paul Sheldon (Brian) has just finished his latest and final installment in his series of Snuggly Jeff children's books in which he kills off the titular character so he can focus on more serious work. While driving through a snowstorm, Paul swerves off the road to avoid hitting Stephen King, causing him to crash. He is rescued by Stewie Wilkes (Stewie), a cross-dressed toddler and Paul's self-proclaimed number-one fan, who takes the crippled Paul to his remote cabin. Upon finding and reading the manuscript of Paul's latest Snuggly Jeff book, Stewie is infuriated about the main character's death and forces Paul to rewrite it and bring Snuggly Jeff back to life, holding him hostage. After sending Stewie out for paper, Paul finds a news article pointing Stewie out as a serial killer (Joe briefly appears as the sheriff whose legs are blown off with a shotgun by Stewie, and is killed so he won't have to be in a wheelchair). After several attempts, Paul finally finishes the book with a presumably logical way of bringing Snuggly Jeff back to life, but Stewie refuses to let Paul go, knowing he will tell everyone about the kidnapping. Paul's ultimate fate is left ambiguous. The Shawshank Redemption: Andy Dufresne (Peter) is sent to Shawshank Prison where he meets and quickly befriends a fellow inmate named Red (Cleveland). Andy asks Red for a rock hammer with which he can slowly tunnel out of the prison, as well as make Star Wars figurines out of rocks, which the prison's corrupt warden (Carter) offers to sell, crippling Bogs (Joe), an inmate who had raped Andy in the bathroom, as a sign of good will. Andy is given permission to clean the warden's office; while doing so, he plays a record of "Hollaback Girl" across the whole prison, which utterly confuses all the inmates and infuriates the Warden. Andy informs Red that he is going to escape, saying he is going to Zihuatanejo in Mexico, and tells him that if he should ever get out of prison, he should go to a hayfield in Buxton to a volcanic rock he will have placed there (though since 25 years have passed, Andy points out the field may have been developed into a Wal-Mart). Later that night, Andy is nowhere to be found. In a fury, the Warden throws one of Andy's rocks at a poster of David Cassidy, tearing a hole through its rectum. The Warden sticks his hand into the hole, discovering a tunnel that Andy had made, leading to a sewage pipe that leads Andy to freedom. After being released from Shawshank, Red goes to the field in Buxton Andy told him to go to, finding a box containing money and a postcard asking if he remembers the name of the Mexican country Andy told him about (Zihuatanejo); unfortunately, Red does not. Andy is then shown preparing a boat on a beach in Zihuatanejo, eagerly waiting for Red to arrive so they can sail off together, though Red presumably never does.
  • Three Kings is a rhyming magazine story.
  • Three Kings is the fifth in Just Cause 2.
  • "Three Kings" is the fourth mission in Saints Row 2. SAINTS RESURRECTED — Stilwater Gazette newspaper headline
  • This music track has a tempo of 140, and is in the key of C# Minor.
  • Three Kings is a 1999 satirical war drama film written and directed by David O. Russell from a story by John Ridley about a gold heist in the style of Kelly's Heroes. It takes place during the 1991 Iraqi uprising against Saddam Hussein following the end of the first Persian Gulf War. The film stars George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube and Spike Jonze. Film critic Roger Ebert described it as a "weird masterpiece, a screw-loose war picture that sends action and humor crashing head-on into each other and spinning off into political anger." The film gets its name from the character Conrad's (Jonze) outburst: "We three kings be stealin' the gold...", a parody of the Christmas carol We Three Kings of Orient Are.
  • The film stars George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube and Spike Jonze. Film critic Roger Ebert described it as a "weird masterpiece, a screw-loose war picture that sends action and humor crashing head-on into each other and spinning off into political anger." The film gets its name from the character Conrad's (Jonze) outburst: "We three kings be stealin' the gold...", a parody of the Christmas carol We Three Kings of Orient Are.
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