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Brittney

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did anyone see this video on youtube about this lady going nuts in a library? im pretty sure its staged but im not sure?
I hope i did this link correctly im sorry if i didnt. :( anyway it came out in 2011 i guess but it pops up on facebook every once in awhile and just wanted to share. thanks :)
 

Doc Creed

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did anyone see this video on youtube about this lady going nuts in a library? im pretty sure its staged but im not sure?
I hope i did this link correctly im sorry if i didnt. :( anyway it came out in 2011 i guess but it pops up on facebook every once in awhile and just wanted to share. thanks :)
Yes, it has circulated around here a few times. The woman impersonating Annie Wilkes was making a video to publicize the play in which she was playing the same role.
 

Doc Creed

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I can't watch this video - saw it once and just found it embarrassing (especially for the poor folks around her who didn't realize it was a prank)
I agree. I thought the prank was sloppy and just plain stupid. I'm not impressed with her acting, either. I love a good prank but not if it makes others feel embarrassed or humiliated.
 

Doc Creed

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gotcha sorry for the repeat :/ she looks like she would make a decent annie
No, it's fine. I hope my post didn't sound like I was admonishing you.
We have things reposted all the time, which is nice because it gives some who haven't seen it a chance to view. :encouragement:

(Yes, as far as appearance and tone of voice, she'd be a contender. Her acting leaves much to be desired (and she could be a little older) but she is kind of how I imagine Annie, too.)
 
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