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  1. Footloose (song) - Wikipedia › wiki › Footloose_(song)

    1 day ago · "Footloose" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins. It was released in January 1984 as the first of two singles by Loggins from the 1984 film of the same name (the other one being "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)").

    • "Swear Your Love"
    • January 11, 1984
  2. Johnny Test - Wikipedia › wiki › Johnny_Test

    1 day ago · Johnny Test is an American-Canadian animated television series created by Scott Fellows and produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment.It premiered on Kids' WB on September 17, 2005, which continued to air the series through its second and third seasons.

  3. The Powerpuff Girls - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Powerpuff_Girls

    1 day ago · The song received generally positive reviews from critics, and peaked at number seven on the UK Singles Chart. [90] [a] The music video hearkens to " Nano of the North ", an episode from the fourth season of The Powerpuff Girls , [91] in which each Sugababes member portrays a Powerpuff Girl.

    • 6
    • 78 (whole), 136 (segments), (list of episodes)
    • November 18, 1998 –, March 25, 2005
    • Cartoon Network
  4. Dennis the Menace and Gnasher - Wikipedia › wiki › Dennis_the_Menace_and_Gnasher

    12 hours ago · The strip first appeared in issue 452, dated 17 March 1951 (on sale 12 March 1951), and is the longest-running strip in the comic. The idea and name of the character emerged when the comic's editor heard a British music hall song with the chorus "I'm Dennis the Menace from Venice". The creation of Dennis in the 1950s had sales of The Beano soar.

    • Dennis the Menace and Gnasher, Dennis and Gnasher
    • George Moonie (editor), Davey Law (artist), Ian Chisholm, David Sutherland
    • Dennis the Menace
    • Nigel Auchterlounie, Nigel Parkinson, Jimmy Hansen, Tom Paterson
  5. Rocket Man (song) - Wikipedia › wiki › Rocket_Man_(song)

    1 day ago · The song describes a Mars-bound astronaut's mixed feelings at leaving his family in order to do his job. Rosenthal's account goes on to relate that the notion of astronauts no longer being perceived as heroes, but in fact as an "everyday occupation", led Taupin to the song's opening lines: "She packed my bags last night, pre-flight. Zero hour ...

    • "Susie (Dramas)"
    • 3 March 1972
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