Morgan Freeman Chain of Command


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  1. Manuel

    Na ja, haben wir in der Schule nicht gelernt, dass Legislative und Jurisdiktingsbums unabhängig und blah … un welcher High School Direktor hat einem Pimp was zu sagen? Und der Südafrikanische Präsident übersteht dem CIA, ist aber der Angestellte des US Präsidenten?

  2. blablub

    @manuel: keiner mag Klugscheisser…..

  3. Mimi

    Was für ein Blödsinn.

  4. Vagabond

    Also ich wäre lieber der Fahrer von Miss Daisy als im Knast.

  5. Flo


  6. Kiran

    Ich find es grossartig :D

  7. Koalafish

    ich finds auch cool

  8. Willipedia » Blog Archive » Picture of the Week No. 47

    […] Morgan Freemans beruflichen Werdegang, den er so in den letzten Jahren / Jahrzehnten hingelegt hat, gestolpert. Sehr schön und vorallem eindrucksvoll, aber meiner Meinung wären die Pfeile in der anderen […]

  9. Tim

    Nice! :)

  10. Alf

    Hehe gut gemacht! Finds auch irgendwann fazinierend wie er in allen möglichen Filmen verschiedenste Stellung schauspielert xD

  11. links for 2009-12-17 « TV… und so

    […] Morgan Freeman Chain of Command | Die Fünf Filmfreunde Organigramm der Befehlskette verschiedener Charaktere, die Morgan Freeman in seinen Filmen spielte. Ganz oben: Gott, ganz unten: Miss Daisys Chauffeur. (tags: morgan_freeman chain_of_command movies) […]

  12. GunGrave

    … nicht jeder Film in dem er mitgespielt hat war gut… jedoch die meisten Filme haben durch ihn und mit ihm überzeugt! … möge er noch viele Filme drehen… Talent hat er ja und die Chart zeigt wie vielseitig er ist!

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    i never wanted this to end


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    Life is too short to be holding on to old grudges


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