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Underbelly
Underbelly is the side of something that is not normally seen. Figuratively, it means a vulnerable or weak part, similar to the term Achilles' heel, or alternatively, a hidden, illicit side of society. This term could refer to:Contents1 Business 2 Television2.1 Australia and New Zealand 2.2 US3 MusicBusiness[edit] Underbelly Limited, an entertainment company in the UK Underbelly (venue), an entertainment venue in the UKTelevision[edit] Australia and New Zealand[edit]
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Achilles' Heel
An Achilles' heel
Achilles' heel
is a weakness in spite of overall strength, which can lead to downfall. While the mythological origin refers to a physical vulnerability, idiomatic references to other attributes or qualities that can lead to downfall are common.Contents1 Origin 2 Anatomy 3 See also 4 ReferencesOrigin[edit]Oil painting (c. 1625) by Peter Paul Rubens
Peter Paul Rubens
of the goddess Thetis dipping her son Achilles
Achilles
in the River Styx, which runs through Hades. In the background, the ferryman Charon rows the dead across the river in his boat.In Greek mythology, when Achilles
Achilles
was a baby, it was foretold that he would die young
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Underbelly Limited
Underbelly is a live events producer and venue operator, known as one of the "Big Four" venue operators at the Edinburgh
Edinburgh
Festival Fringe. From its roots as a Fringe venue, the company has expanded to include a festival on London's South Bank
South Bank
and seasonal events in Edinburgh
Edinburgh
and elsewhere.Contents1 History1.1 Edinburgh 1.2 Other locations2 Performers2.1 Comedians 2.2 Musicians3 External linksHistory[edit] Edinburgh[edit] Underbelly was founded in 2000 by directors Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood to operate one venue at the Edinburgh
Edinburgh
Festival Fringe. In 2001, Underbelly Limited was formed to turn the Underbelly venue into a professional operation. The original venue, on Edinburgh's Cowgate, now includes a number of different performance spaces, with themed names such as Iron Belly, White Belly and Big Belly
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Fat Tony & Co.
Fat Tony & Co. is a nine-episode Australian television series focusing on Tony Mokbel
Tony Mokbel
and covers the manhunt which lasted 18 months and dismantled a drug empire. It premiered on 23 February 2014 and concluded on 30 March 2014 on the Nine Network. It is technically a part of the Underbelly franchise, with various actors reprising their role from previous series.Contents1 Production1.1 Conception 1.2 Casting2 Cast2.1 Regular 2.2 Recurring and guest3 Series ratings 4 Episodes 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksProduction[edit] Conception[edit] Fat Tony & Co. has been marketed as a sequel to the first series of Underbelly, however due to changes in funding with Screen Australia it was not branded as an Underbelly series.[1] Fat Tony and Co actually runs chronologically alongside of Underbelly, with the storyline being told from the point of view of Mokbel
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Notes From The Underbelly
Notes from the Underbelly
Notes from the Underbelly
is an American sitcom that was aired on ABC from 2007 to 2008, originally debuting as a mid-season replacement. The series is based upon the novel of the same name by Risa Green, and was produced by Eric and Kim Tannenbaum (previously producing Two and a Half Men) for Warner Bros. Television. The title is a parody of Dostoevsky's novel Notes from Underground. Originally, it was supposed to debut on October 5, 2006, along with Big Day, but ABC made a last-minute change in its schedule by moving Ugly Betty
Ugly Betty
to Thursday, thus replacing both sitcoms
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Underbelly
Underbelly is the side of something that is not normally seen. Figuratively, it means a vulnerable or weak part, similar to the term Achilles' heel, or alternatively, a hidden, illicit side of society. This term could refer to:Contents1 Business 2 Television2.1 Australia and New Zealand 2.2 US3 MusicBusiness[edit] Underbelly Limited, an entertainment company in the UK Underbelly (venue), an entertainment venue in the UKTelevision[edit] Australia and New Zealand[edit]
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Underbelly NZ
Underbelly is the side of something that is not normally seen. Figuratively, it means a vulnerable or weak part, similar to the term Achilles' heel, or alternatively, a hidden, illicit side of society. This term could refer to:Contents1 Business 2 Television2.1 Australia and New Zealand 2.2 US3 MusicBusiness[edit] Underbelly Limited, an entertainment company in the UK Underbelly (venue), an entertainment venue in the UKTelevision[edit] Australia and New Zealand[edit]
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Underbelly (soundtrack)
The soundtrack from the controversial Australian TV series, Underbelly was released on 29 March 2008.[1] It features some of the songs from various artists that played in episodes, and includes elements of the score by Burkhard Dallwitz.Contents1 Track listing1.1 CD Release 1.2 Alternative Listing2 Omitted Tracks 3 See also 4 ReferencesTrack listing[edit] CD Release[edit] As listed at various sources[1][2]"It's A Jungle Out There" Burkhard Dallwitz "Coca-Cola" Little Red "We Don't Walk" The Paper Scissors "Sticky Fingers" Jamaica Jam "My Pal" GOD "Don't Fight It" The Panics "They Call It Love?....Wow" Evelyn Morris "Sorry" The Easybeats "The Giraffe" Vulgargrad "La Musique" Riot in Belgium "These Are Our Children" I Monster "12 Gates To The City" Suzie Higgie "Molasses In The Moonlight" Jack & Misty "One Night Alone" Winterpark "The Carnival Is Over" Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds "Cyclone On Ceylon" Oleg Kostrow "Mon Cheri (v2)" Klaus Wusth
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Underbelly (venue)
The Underbelly is a venue at the Edinburgh
Edinburgh
Festival Fringe off Cowgate. From 2001-2004, Underbelly was the only venue operated by Underbelly Limited. In 2005, Underbelly added the Baby Belly venue. In 2006, these venues were joined by the E4 UdderBELLY
UdderBELLY
and the Cow Barn.Contents1 History of the Underbelly 2 Underbelly today 3 Criticism 4 See also 5 Performers at Underbelly 6 External linksHistory of the Underbelly[edit] Underbelly was first opened in 2000, as a small performance venue for five shows brought to the Fringe by the long running Fringe company, Double Edge Drama. The Double Edge directors, now directors of Underbelly, had heard of the venue through a production of Gargantua, performed by acclaimed Scottish company, Grid Iron in the haunting vaults below the central library of Edinburgh. The site was discovered by Judith Doherty and named 'Underbelly' by Judith and her Co-Artistic Director, Ben Harrison
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Underbelly (series 1)
Underbelly, the first series of Australian crime television drama series Underbelly. The thirteen-part series originally aired from 13 February 2008 to 7 May 2008 on the Nine Network
Nine Network
and is loosely based on the real events of the 1995–2004 gangland war in Melbourne. It depicts the key players in Melbourne's criminal underworld, including the Carlton Crew and their rival, Carl Williams. The series is based on the book Leadbelly: Inside Australia's Underworld, by journalists John Silvester and Andrew Rule,[1] and borrows its name from the successful Underbelly true crime anthology book series also authored by Silvester and Rule. An alternative and significantly updated tie-in novel, Underbelly: The Gangland War, was released as their 13th book in the series
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Underbelly (series)
Underbelly is an Australian
Australian
television true crime-drama series which first aired on the Nine Network
Nine Network
on 13 February 2008 and last aired 1 September 2013. Each series was based on real-life events. There have been six series in total
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