Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread mIEKAL aND
Has anyone seen INCUBUS? Even Malok, who is here visiting hasn't seen this one... On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:54 AM, P!^VP 0!Z!^VP wrote: The movement reclaimed some of its glory when a young William Shatner starred in Incubus, the 1965 all-Esperanto cult classic about a female demon who

Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread P!^VP 0!Z!^VP
The problem seems to be: female demon = Succubus I think the movie may be called Succubus. No I haven't seen it though I was one a while ago. D^ On 17-Jan-07, at 8:26 AM, mIEKAL aND wrote: Has anyone seen INCUBUS?  Even Malok, who is here visiting hasn't seen this one... On Jan 17,

Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada

2007-01-17 Thread phanero
Done it. It is very good. Shatner's best performance maybe. - Original Message - From: mIEKAL aND To: WRYTING-L@LISTSERV.WVU.EDU Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 8:26 AM Subject: Re: Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada Has anyone seen INCUBUS? Even Malok, who

Esperanto: From Stalin to Shatner to Canada... one of today's Yahoo masthead news blurbs

2007-01-16 Thread P!^VP 0!Z!^VP
http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/070114/national/esperanto_comeback_1 http://anayouhoo.blogspot.com/2007/01/couch-surfin-in-anaronto_16.html coudn't help but think of you LQ Sun Jan 14, 4:03 PM By Jonathan Montpetit ADVERTISEMENT MONTREAL (CP) - Despite being the country's long-standing