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Hawk spent thousands to produce Saturdays, a 45-minute movie released in 2017 that highlights not only the skaters’ abilities but also their on-the-road high jinks and old-school camaraderie.
But as the Royals argued, such high jinks are part of the essential character of attending a game in person today.
The stand is famous, or infamous, for its late night high jinks, where the staff intentionally makes fun of customers for the enjoyment of all.
These were the guiding principles of Rogers’s homespun program, which eschewed the kinetic high jinks of so much of kids’ television (Rogers apparently hated superheroes).
Hal goes through the motions of the deception his buddy Poins (Chris Rivera) has devised to play on Falstaff, who is forced into a hilly wooded area on the VA campus just beyond the stage when the high jinks go into overdrive.
Reading about Murray's real-life high jinks or watching them on screen is one thing.
Allegiances shift and high jinks ensue as our cursing, sword-swinging protagonist gets incarcerated, blown up, shot, stabbed, defiled and maimed in order to do the right thing.
For one thing, the book is set mostly in 1992 and Ziggy’s high jinks are strictly financial rather than politically motivated.
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: wild or playful behavior
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