Bananas Epub

Bananas (1971)  Video

Posted by Sartre at Oct. 18, 2016
Bananas (1971)

Bananas (1971)
BDRip | MKV | 1hr 28mn | 1920x1040p | x264 -> 6300kbps | E-AC3 2.0 -> 320kbps | 3.8GiB
Comedy | Language: English | Subtitles: English | Nitroflare/Karelia

One of Woody Allen's earlier, more slapstick-oriented efforts, Bananas tells the story of Fielding Mellish (Allen), a neurotic New Yorker who follows the object of his affections, Nancy (Louise Lasser), to the fictional Central American country of San Marcos, where she is involved in a revolution. Nancy wants nothing to do with Fielding, but he soon becomes a guest of the country's dictator (Carlos Montalban), before accidentally becoming the leader of San Marcos himself. Fielding is eventually shipped back to the US and tried as a subversive, but being that this is a comedy, and an especially light one at that, everything works out in the end. A far cry from Allen's later, more somber films, Bananas still works as an often hilarious amalgam of sight gags, one-liners, and bizarre asides.

Bananas (1971)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Oct. 5, 2016
Bananas (1971)

Bananas (1971)
BRRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 696 | x264 @ 3767 Kbps | 81 min | 2,52 Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 448 Kbps | Subs: English (+SDH)
Genre: Comedy

Fielding Mellish (a consumer products tester) becomes infatuated with Nancy (a political activist). He attends demonstrations and tries in other ways to convince her that he is worthy of her love, but Nancy wants someone with greater leadership potential. Fielding runs off to San Marcos where he joins the rebels and eventually becomes President of the country. While on a trip to the states, he meets Nancy again and she falls for him now that he is a political leader.
Zombies, Bananas and Why There Are No Economists in Heaven: The Economics of Real Life (Repost)

Jessica Irvine, "Zombies, Bananas and Why There Are No Economists in Heaven: The Economics of Real Life"
English | ISBN: 1742379974 | 2013 | EPUB | 256 pages | 5 MB

How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Dec. 21, 2015
How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything (repost)

Mike Berners-Lee, "How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything"
2011 | ISBN: 1553658310 | 256 pages | EPUB | 1 MB

Welcome to the Creative Age: Bananas, Business and the Death of Marketing  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Willson at Oct. 10, 2015
Welcome to the Creative Age: Bananas, Business and the Death of Marketing

Mark Earls, "Welcome to the Creative Age: Bananas, Business and the Death of Marketing"
English | 2002 | ISBN: 047084499X | 292 pages | EPUB | 3.2 MB

Bananas (1971)  Video

Posted by Efgrapha at Aug. 15, 2014
Bananas (1971)

Bananas (1971)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC, 16:9 (720x480) VBR | 01:21:46 | 4.38 Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps; Spanish AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: French, Spanish
Genre: Absurd Comedy, Political Satire

One of Woody Allen's earlier, more slapstick-oriented efforts, Bananas tells the story of Fielding Mellish (Allen), a neurotic New Yorker who follows the object of his affections, Nancy (Louise Lasser), to the fictional Central American country of San Marcos, where she is involved in a revolution. Nancy wants nothing to do with Fielding, but he soon becomes a guest of the country's dictator (Carlos Montalban), before accidentally becoming the leader of San Marcos himself. Fielding is eventually shipped back to the US and tried as a subversive, but being that this is a comedy, and an especially light one at that, everything works out in the end. A far cry from Allen's later, more somber films, Bananas still works as an often hilarious amalgam of sight gags, one-liners, and bizarre asides.

Grapes, bananas, apples and pears vector  Graphics

Posted by AlenMiler at April 21, 2014
Grapes, bananas, apples and pears vector

Grapes, bananas, apples and pears vector
EPS + preview | 5 files | 29 Mb

Bananas: An American History  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Jan. 14, 2014
Bananas: An American History

Bananas: An American History by Virginia Scott Jenkins
English | 2000 | ISBN: 1560989661 | ISBN-13: 9781560989660 | 210 pages | EPUB | 6,2 MB

Before 1880 most Americans had never seen a banana. By 1910 bananas were so common that streets were littered with their peels. Today Americans eat on average nearly seventy-five per year. More than a staple of the American diet, bananas have gained a secure place in the nation's culture and folklore.

Going Bananas (1987)  Video

Posted by sono.il.garante at Jan. 4, 2014
Going Bananas (1987)

Going Bananas (1987)
VHSRip | Lang: English | Avi | 720x480 | Xvid 4125Kbps | mp3 192Kbps | 95:24mins | 2.89gb
Genre: Comedy | USA

Deep in Africa's exotic Momba-Zomba Land, young David Menden-Hall (Over the Top) befriends a mischievous little chimpanzee–only to discover the critter can talk! Soon, his friends Joe (Dom DeLuise) and Mozambo (Jimmie Walker) are going ape trying to save the chatty chimp after he's sold to the circus by crooked police chief Herbert Lom (The Pink Panther)! It's one cliff-hanger after another as the three friends embark on a zany, slapstick safari into non-stop monkeyshines!

Bananas (1971)  Video

Posted by Sartre at Nov. 12, 2013
Bananas (1971)

Bananas (1971)
HDTV Rip | Matroska | 1hr 21mn | 1280x720 | AVC -> 7038kbps | AC3 2.0 -> 384kbps | 4.3GB
Comedy | Language: English | Subtitles: ENG/SPA/POR | Uploaded/1Fichier

One of Woody Allen's earlier, more slapstick-oriented efforts, Bananas tells the story of Fielding Mellish (Allen), a neurotic New Yorker who follows the object of his affections, Nancy (Louise Lasser), to the fictional Central American country of San Marcos, where she is involved in a revolution. Nancy wants nothing to do with Fielding, but he soon becomes a guest of the country's dictator (Carlos Montalban), before accidentally becoming the leader of San Marcos himself. Fielding is eventually shipped back to the US and tried as a subversive, but being that this is a comedy, and an especially light one at that, everything works out in the end. A far cry from Allen's later, more somber films, Bananas still works as an often hilarious amalgam of sight gags, one-liners, and bizarre asides.