Moments later, Fabricio Coloccini headed towards a knot of Newcastle supporters pop-eyed
playmaker is still smarting after one newspaper reported he spent months romping with a dropdead gorgeous former Miss Venezuela (right).
JEANETTE NOLAN Took the role in Orson Welles's 1948 film version and was described by one critic in the New York Times at the time as: "A pop-eyed
and haggard dame whose driving determination is as vagrant as the highlights on her face.
Ironically, however, audiences probably related most to this American hero when he resorts to some basic physical shtick in fighting sleepiness during his 33-hour flight, such as the common comic pop-eyed
expression of someone opening his orbs wide to stay awake.
The 50-something official, Lei Zhengfu, was fired from his position as district party secretary after the video, an apparent extortion attempt, went viral earlier this month and his jowly, pop-eyed
mug became the butt of numerous Internet caricatures.
I'll bet my life that a tiny pic I saw of her with a pop-eyed
daughter revealed her boat-race had become a Botoxed disaster area.
In a section about the Eblan, for instance, its entrance marked by an ancient life-size alabaster figure of an indignant-looking pop-eyed
man in a woven skirt, are cuneiform tablets dating from 2,250BC.
"Magic Show": When our mare made a foal/appear from nowhere,/the geldings went pop-eyed
,/galloping back and forth/along the fenceline,/bucking, shaking their manes,/stamping and whinnying for more.
"It's luxury with a sense of humour," says Tally, gesturing to the piece she's wearing that day - a grinning, pop-eyed
There, they bopped and rocked and squeezed each other with indelicate hands and pop-eyed
innocence, as the stone floor trembled to the guitars on the arched stage.
Always struck against the threat of marginalization and powerlessness, black pride--whether Ali's showmanship and snarling pop-eyed
theatrics or in the zen-like meditative depths of Jabbar--is always grace asserted against pressure, identity salvaged from the depths of anonymity, and hope shaped from the oppressive stuff of despair.
Eperjes, in his fourth film for Szabo, gets the biggest laughs for his corporate caricature.
In Gansberg's hands, pop-eyed
right-wingers like Victor McLaglen become villains in a comic opera, but Ronald Reagan is a more mercurial and unsettling case.
Again, inevitably, Lucy ends up pop-eyed
- and no one could do pop-eyed
better than Lucy - after gulping down a couple of bottles of the alcohol-based cure.
Since then he has made more films than he can recall, stole the show as singing innkeeper Thenardier in Les Miserables, won an Olivier Award for another musical smash, Sweeney Todd, and starred in recent telly hits Between The Sheets (playing the owner of a lapdancing club) and New Tricks, where Alun's pop-eyed
, obsessive detective Brian Lane maintains a mesmerising struggle to stay sane.