Definition: humorous imitation; spoof; takeoff; travesty; V.
Definition: humorous imitation; spoof; takeoff; travesty; V.
Sentences Containing 'parody'
Cory Edwards sought to parody fast food in this episode, and described Big Dogs as "the dumbest, most hideous idea" he could think of.
A parody version was published in 1888, and separate film adaptations were produced in 1911, 1915, and 1925.
A parody edition was published in 1888, titled, "The Mystery of a Wheelbarrow", with authorship attributed to a W. Ferguson.
It was the last Raffles work written by Hornung, although a number of continuations have been written by other authors in a mixture of parody and homage.
Two of Rael's three Bollywood-parody songs in the film have dance numbers.
One Bollywood-parody dance number features Kane, and the main dance number features Kane and Seth.
"The Magic Mountain" can be read both as a classic example of the European "Bildungsroman" – a "novel of education" or "novel of formation" – and as a sly parody of this genre.
Taylor has made occasional appearances in movies, usually in broad comedies like the R-rated "Deep Throat" parody "Chatterbox".
This absurd programme was itself a parody of "TopPop".
The same theme is also found in the fourth movement of Béla Bartók's Concerto for Orchestra in a parody of Shostakovich's symphony.
Captain Strong is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics; he was created as a parody of Popeye.
The initial song, "And Now for Something Completely Similar," is a parody of the famous saying "And Now for Something Completely Different" from Monty Python skits.
Lear thought that Bunker's opinions on race, sex, marriage, and religion were so wrong as to represent a parody of right wing bigotry.
Keep The Change is the 7th album by Christian parody band ApologetiX.
It is a parody of the war movie "The Longest Day" and stars the popular duo Ciccio Ingrassia and Franco Franchi in the leading roles.
Found on that album is perhaps his most famous parody of the all-American icon, Waffle House.
Bongo Comics published a parody of Gold Key in "Radioactive Man" #106 (volume 2 #6, Nov.
Michels stated that the parody was "very fun" to animate; "Being from New Jersey, it was a labor of love," he said in the episode's DVD commentary.
He believes Hemingway's later work became a parody of the earlier work.
"Laku noć, Hrvatska" is a parody of Croatian TV news and other TV shows.
In 1960, Peter Ustinov's cold-war stage parody, "Romanoff and Juliet" was filmed.
The game Bart and his friends play is a parody of "Bakugan" (one of the kids says it makes "Digimon" look like "Pokémon").
After the ad went viral, the California Democratic Party created a parody of the ad depicting Fiorina herself as a demon sheep.
The "Robot Chicken" episode "Adoption's an Option" featured a sketch featuring the "Inspector Gadget" characters in a parody of "The Terminator".
The film was conceived by Warhol as a parody of "Sunset Boulevard" (1950) so Underground USA is a jaded parody of a parody and in those terms is a successful art film.
According to Diana Crane, post-modernists do this through a variety of ways, namely through creating effects of polysemy, ambiguity, and parody.
On each episode contestants were assigned tasks by Oscar, the house's unseen owner who communicated over speakerphone in an obvious parody of Charlie from Charlie's Angels.
The promotional video for Idoli song "Maljčiki" which followed the release of the compilation featured a parody of soc-realist iconography.
His cantata "Der zufriedengestellte Autobus" (The contented bus) by "P.P. Bach", a parody of a Bach cantata, was given more than 40 times.
For instance, the Zoo Crew operated out of "Follywood, Califurnia," a parody of Hollywood, California.
Mostly, the film was a parody of the grindhouse sub-genre, telling the story of sweet Callista who is abducted for "scientific" reasons.
An example of this is a parodic publication running a parody ad for a product, and the parody not being well done enough or labeled clearly enough for people to realize it is not a real ad.
The dance was originated as parody of the old Spanish men (descendants of the Conquistadors).
The artists discarded customary book materials and printed Tango on cheap wallpaper as a parody of urban bourgeois taste.
Thanhouser literature describes it as "A laughable parody on Sherlock Holmes."
A parody of "You're Beautiful" titled "You're Pitiful" was recorded by Weird Al Yankovic.
Hellkom is an Internet parody site about Telkom, South Africa's telecommunications monopoly.
The team is an anthropomorphic funny animal parody of the Justice League of America.
It is a parody of the Indian removal policies from the 17th century to the 19th century.
The title is a parody of Johann Sebastian Bach's "Well-Tempered Clavier".
It is a parody of "I Want It That Way" by Backstreet Boys.
The cartoon is a parody of Warner Bros.'
Therefore, it was only natural for Leon Schlesinger's cartoon studio to parody the 1936 Warner Bros.
Weisenfeld argues that this is also the case with Freleng's parody.
He performed a musical parody of the character on Dean Martin's variety show in 1966.
When they did not find any to their liking, they created their own as a parody.
The site sometimes finds itself the subject of parody at times by some media outlets.
The singers at Duff Gardens (which is a parody of Busch Gardens), Hooray for Everything, are a tribute to Up with People.
The Duff Gardens parade is a parody of Disneyland's Main Street Electrical Parade.
One of the characters is "The Godpigeon", an obvious parody of Brando's portrayal of Vito Corleone.
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