Con la U de…

Ulysses Dove. El drama de irse demasiado pronto.

Uwe Scholz. Id.

Usted tiene ojos de mujer fatal. Jardieladas.

Ulanova, Galina. No era del Bolshoi, sino del Kirov. Insisto: era del Kirov. Del Kirov.

Uderzo, Albert. Porque admiro la expresividad de Idefix.

Union Jack. No es sólo la bandera británica. También es un ballet de Balanchine que tiene como fondo la bandera británica.

Udaeta, José de. Vivía en un castillo, se comportaba como un aristócrata y tocaba las castañuelas como un dios.

Un giorno di regno. Tanto lloró Verdi mientras componía esta opera buffa que su dramático fracaso le llevó derechito a la depresión y, de pronto, le salió Nabucco.

Ulyana Lopatkina. Y su preciosa cintura embutida en plumas.

Unforgettable. Debería hacer olvidable lo inolvidable, o terminaré poniéndome tan pesada como Nat King Cole, pero sin su voz.

Ulysses Dove. The drama of leaving too soon.

Uwe Scholz. Id.

Usted tiene ojos de mujer fatal. (You have the eyes of a femme fatale). By Jardiel Poncela.

Ulanova, Galina. She was not from the Bolshoi, but from the Kirov Ballet. Again: she was from the Kirov. From the Kirov.

Uderzo, Albert. Because I admire the expressiveness of Dogmatix.

Union Jack. It’s not just the British flag. It is also a Balanchine ballet with the British flag as a background.

Udaeta, José de. He lived in a castle, he behaved as an aristocrat and played the castanets as a god.

Un giorno di regno. Verdi cried tears of blood as he was composing this opera buffa, but his dramatic failure led him to depression and suddenly, Nabucco came up.

Ulyana Lopatkina. And her beautiful waist encased in feathers.

Unforgettable. I should let the unforgettable be forgettable, or I’ll become as tedious as Nat King Cole, but I don’t have his voice.

* Idefix/Dogmatix © Albert Uderzo.
* Ulyana Lopatkina in The Dying Swan © Petra Bober.

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