Seventies italian rap is, surprisingly, much cooler than you might think - with a huge case of the 'trippy' tossed in:
It's actually an edit of two other videos, the sum of the two is far awesomer than each individual piece. If there's one thing to take away from this video, is that there's something missing from the choreography in modern musical performances. There's no way you'll see dozens of undulating, throbbing dancers waving their hands around unironically like that on today's television, and the world is a little sadder because of it.
Patty Clayton was the first radio voice of Chiquita for radio in 1944, followed by Elsa Miranda for 1945-6 promotional tour. Elsa Puerto Rican not related to the Brazillian singer in the fruit hat who inspired the character of Chiquita Banana.
"I keep telling my kids if they get rid of my stuff when I die, I will haunt them. So they are not allowed to get rid of it."
So I guess if I haunt them, I'd legally be without a leg to stand on. And, if the chair is one of the items they get rid of, I won't even be able to sit on that. But I don't suppose either of those things matter to ghosts.