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Christopher Walken Reads ‘Where The Wild Things Are’

Brings more cowbell to his interpretation

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“Kid’s are jerks, you know…”, says “Walken” in his own interpretation of the beloved children’s classic. An interpretation that provides a description of the pictures more than any thing. Though “Walken” is often confused by what he sees…

“There’s some kind of bugs on the Earth… oh, no… those are flowers. I don’t know why they have bug ears.”

“The bull man is out and he has people feet, next to the duck foot girl. and then there’s parrot head in front of the rhinoceros who is scared in the trees. Apparently he doesn’t like king sticks.”

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Christopher Walken Reads ‘Where The Wild Things Are’
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