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Attila the Hun
   had the sobriquet   
The Scourge of God
Stevens Institute of Technology
   has   
Attila the Duck
Hoboken, New Jersery
Attila
   features in   
Attila
King of the Huns; bass; opera by Verdi
Uldino
   features in   
Attila
Attila's Breton slave
Odabella
   features in   
Attila
Daughter of the Lord of Aquileia; soprano
Attila the Bun
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
"ANIMATION: a vicious rampaging bun. Voice Over: Well that's all for Attila the Bun, and now - idiots!"
Attila the Nun
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese and Palin
"Yes, it's Attila the Nun … A simple country girl who took a vow of eternal brutality."
Stonehenge/Mr. Attila the Hun
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle, Jones and Palin
Chief Constable: "Er, now then sir, you are Attila the Hun?" Attila the Hun: "That's right, yes. A. T. Hun. My parents were Mr and Mrs Norman Hun, but they had a little joke when I was born."
The Attila the Hun Show
   was performed by   
Chapman, Cleese, Idle and Palin
1st Voice Over: "In the second quarter of the fifth century, the Huns became a byword for merciless savagery. Their Khan was the mighty warrior Attila. With his devastating armies he swept across Central Europe." (cut to American-living-room-type set. Doorbell rings. Attila the Hun enters the door) Attila: "Oh darling, I'm home."
Attila the Nun
   contains the line   
A Simple Country Girl Who Took a Vow of Eternal Brutality.
Attila
   was a   
Hunnish Khan
Known as Attila the Hun; fearsome enemy of the Western and Eastern Roman Empire; 406-453 AD
Honoria
   is played by Sophia Loren in   
Attila (1954)
Attila
   was a   
Hunnish Khan
Known as Attila the Hun; fearsome enemy of the Western and Eastern Roman Empire; 406-453 AD
Karita Mattila
   is associated with the   
Voice
Leading opera soprano; b. 1960, Somero, Finland






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