Tooth And Nail 2018

Tooth and Nail
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Tooth and Nail
Tooth and Nail
4.4

In a post-apocalyptic world, a small group of survivors, who call themselves Foragers, plan to rebuild civilization from their headquarters in an empty hospital based in what is left of Philadelphia. But they're soon forced into a face-off war with the Rovers, another gang of survivors whom are a brutal gang of cannibals.

Tooth and Nail
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Tooth and Nail
Tooth and Nail
0.0

A dysfunctional family reunites after the son, Matt, is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Matt and his sister Kate make a pact. He agrees to give her his sperm for future use with a partner if she agrees to come out to the family that night.

Tooth & Nail Video Compilation Vol. 7
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Tooth & Nail Video Compilation Vol. 7
Tooth & Nail Video Compilation Vol. 7
0.0

Punk rock, ska and hardcore bands from the Tooth & Nail record label perform some of their best songs in this compilation of music videos. Artists include Ill Harmonics, Project 86, Stretch Arm Strong, the O.C. Supertones and many others. Tracks are "Wearing Thin" by Further Seems Forever, "Building a Better Me" by Dogwood, "For the Record" by Stretch Arm Strong, "Are You the Walrus?" by Furthermore, "God-Man" by Cadet and more.

Tooth & Nail Videography: 1993-1999
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Tooth & Nail Videography: 1993-1999
Tooth & Nail Videography: 1993-1999
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Innovative contemporary Christian and indie music label Tooth and Nail presents an exhaustive collection of every music video the company released from 1993 to 1999, including songs by popular artists such as the OC Supertones and Ninety Pound Wuss. The mammoth anthology also features hard-hitting videos from the likes of Starflyer 59, Plankeye, Driver Eight, Joy Electric, the Dingees, MXPX, Project 86, Slick Shoes and more.

No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth & Nail Records
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No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth & Nail Records
No New Kinda Story: The Real Story of Tooth & Nail Records
0.0

Tooth & Nail Records became the most controversial record label of the 90s. In early 1993, after watching a handful of HARDCORE bands in Southern California, Brandon Ebel, son of a preacher from a small town in Oregon, saw something special. He took a loan from his grandfather, and with a little cash and even less industry experience, he launched one of the most influential independent labels in the last twenty years. From its start, the label seemed destined to fail. Ebel lived on five dollars a day, but his relentless belief in the music inspired him to transform Tooth & Nail from an insignificant startup to a label selling over 20,000,000 records and breaking bands like MxPx, Underoath, August Burns Red, and Anberlin. No New Kinda Story is a no-holds-barred, behind the scene look at the rise, fall, and rebirth of the iconic label.

Tooth and Nail
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Tooth and Nail
Tooth and Nail
0.0

The second feature length movie of Paulino Viota, this is a disillusioned and biting look at the years of Spanish democratic transition, narrated in a dry and scrawny style that shows the political intrigues, struggles and frustrated hopes of the first years of Spanish transition to democracy.

The Tooth and the Nail
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The Tooth and the Nail
The Tooth and the Nail
7.5

In 1947, a magician, Seok-jin plans the most elaborate trick to find out hidden conspiracy in his fiance's death.

Tooth Fairy, Where Are You?
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Tooth Fairy, Where Are You?
Tooth Fairy, Where Are You?
0.0

Tooth Fairy, Where Are You? is a 25-minute made for TV animated short produced by Lacewood Productions and directed by Paul Schibli. It was originally broadcast on Canada's CTV Television Network in the year 1991.

The Giant's Tooth And Other Stories
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The Giant's Tooth And Other Stories
The Giant's Tooth And Other Stories
0.0
The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth
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The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth
The Adventures of Timmy the Tooth
0.0

This show was about the adventures of a talking tooth named Timmy and all his friends of Flossmore Valley as they go on adventures using their imaginations, which would usually have Timmy thwarting bad guys like the Cavity Goon and Miss Sweetie or the Gingivitis Gang.

Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman
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Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman
Kantaro: The Sweet Tooth Salaryman
7.5

A stoic book salesman leads a double life as he plays hooky from work to write his sweets blog. In his journey to attain a glimpse of sweets heaven Kantaro samples various Japanese and Western sweets.

Dinosaur!
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Dinosaur!
Dinosaur!
0.0

Retraces how the mysteries of dinosaurs were first undiscovered by scientists in the 1800s.

The Toothbrush Family
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The Toothbrush Family
The Toothbrush Family
0.0

The Toothbrush Family is a 1977 Australian animated television series featuring a group of anthropomorphic toiletry products. Originally conceived by Marcia Hatfield of Australia as her son refused to brush his teeth, the Toothbrush Family expanded to include two international television shows, DVDs, CDs, videos, audio cassettes, publications, EP and LP record series. They are commonly remembered from the first series, where they came to life at night when the moon shone into the bathroom. The main characters in the family were mother Tess, father Tom, the kids - Tina and Toby, and Gramps. Also featured were other bathroom objects: Flash Fluoride, the toothpaste, Hot Rod Harry the electric toothbrush Cecily Comb, Bertie Brush, Nev Nailbrush and Susie Sponge. The episodes were written by Marcia Hatfield, screenplays by Al Guest and Jean Mathieson, and they were produced by Rainbow Animation. The second series focused on Molly and Max, along with other character, Susie Sponge, Flash Fluoride the toothpaste, and Countess de Comb It was written by John Patterson, produced by Ron Saunders, and directed by Craig Handley A small fan page exists on Facebook

Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
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Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
0.0

Don't Forget Your Toothbrush is a light entertainment show originally broadcast on Saturday nights in the United Kingdom in 1994, and has also been adapted in several other countries including Australia, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Norway, Sweden, the United States, the Netherlands and Portugal. The format was distributed internationally by DRG.

Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
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Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
0.0
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
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Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
Don't Forget Your Toothbrush
10.0
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