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EMI Gold released a Monsta Mash CD featuring the "Monsta Hokey Cokey" written and produced by Steve Deakin-Davies of "The Ambition Company". In 2004, Bill Bailey performed a version of the "Hokey Kokey" in German and in the style of Kraftwerk, on his Part Troll tour. In 1986, he co-founded Propaganda Films, which became a major production company for commercials and music videos. Cooper, Jon (25 December 2012). "Doctor Who review: The Snowmen Christmas special was full of nods to the past while also celebrating the present and also looking forward to the 50th anniversary future". Daily Mirror . Retrieved 26 December 2012. Often, the final chorus is sung twice, the second time even faster and the song ends with the joyous chant, 'aye tiddly aye tie, brown bread!'.

In the United States, Sony/ATV Music Publishing controls 100% of the publishing rights to the "hokey pokey." [28] In popular culture [ edit ] Advertising [ edit ] The 1947 British film Frieda features a group of dancers in a dance hall singing and performing the hokey cokey.

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Jeffery, Morgan (4 December 2012). " 'Doctor Who' Christmas special airdate confirmed by BBC". Digital Spy . Retrieved 27 December 2012. The Snowmen" is an episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, first broadcast on Christmas Day 2012 on BBC One. It is the eighth Doctor Who Christmas special since the show's 2005 revival and the first to be within a series. It was written by head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and directed by Saul Metzstein, with the special produced in August 2012, and filmed on location in Newport, Wales and Bristol. Mostly performed in the British style of the dance, it is known as the "boogie woogie" (pronounced / ˌ b ʊ ɡ iː ˈ w ʊ ɡ iː/). [17] Germany [ edit ] The University of Iowa Hawkeye football team, under coach Hayden Fry, used to perform the hokey pokey after particularly impressive victories, such as over Michigan and Ohio State. On September 3, 2010, a crowd of 7,384 – with Fry present – performed the hokey pokey in Coralville, Iowa, establishing a new world record. [34]

Neela Debnath (25 December 2012). "Review of Doctor Who 'The Snowmen' ". The Independent. Archived from the original on 28 December 2012 . Retrieved 26 December 2012. Collins, Clark (28 November 2012). " 'Doctor Who': Jenna-Louise Coleman talks about becoming the Doctor's new companion". Entertainment Weekly . Retrieved 28 December 2012.

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In the Babylon 5 episode " A Voice in the Wilderness, Part I", the Centauri Ambassador, Londo Mollari refers to the song as further evidence of the incomprehensible nature of human culture. The Doctor has retired from saving people and uses his allies Vastra, Jenny, and Strax to keep people away from him while he lives in the clouds above Earth. In 1892, barmaid Clara Oswin Oswald follows the Doctor and the two of them are surrounded by snowmen created from snow with psychic properties. The Doctor realises that Clara's thoughts are creating the snowmen and ends the threat by instructing her to think of them melting. In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode " Intervention", Giles performs a ritual with elements similar to the Hokey-pokey. Buffy remarks: "I know this ritual! The ancient shamans were next called upon to do the hokey-pokey and turn themselves around." After the ritual, she adds, "And that's what it's all about."

In the North Island, the dance is usually known as the "hokey tokey", [19] [20] or the "hokey cokey" because hokey pokey is the usual term for honeycomb toffee. [21] In the South Island it's just The Hokey Pokey. Cavendish, Dominic (25 December 2012). "Doctor Who: The Snowmen, BBC One, review". The Daily Telegraph. London . Retrieved 26 December 2012. Hello - if you're reading this because of an old episode of TOTP2, go here to read an update on who The Snowmen actually were (just don't shoot the messenger, that's all). Doctor Who: The Snowmen". Space. 24 December 2012. Archived from the original on 28 December 2012 . Retrieved 31 December 2012.

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a b c d Weber, Bruce (December 3, 2009). "Robert Degen, Who Had a Hand in the Hokey Pokey, Dies at 104". The New York Times.

Letter to the editor, "Hokey Cokey: no Catholic dig – Grandson of the writer defends song against claims that it is anti-Catholic, saying it is based on a phrase about ice cream", The Times (London, UK) FryFest Breaks Hokey Pokey World Record". KCRG-TV. Archived from the original on 2010-09-05 . Retrieved 2010-09-05. Marnell, Blair (26 December 2012). "Doctor Who: The Snowmen review". CraveOnline . Retrieved 29 March 2013. For other uses, see Hokey pokey (disambiguation). People doing the Hokey Cokey at an annual "Wartime Weekend" in the United Kingdom McAlpine, Fraser (March 2012). "Fraser's Phrases: The Curious History of the 'Hokey Cokey' ". BBC America . Retrieved 29 November 2018.a b Alix Strauss, Britney Spears: An Unauthorized Biography (St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2014), p. 53 Some early versions of this song thus show a marked resemblance to the modern song Looby Loo, and the songs have been described as having a common origin. [8] Walker-Arnott, Ellie (18 December 2012). "Matt Smith: "Richard E Grant was born to be a Doctor Who villain" ". Radio Times . Retrieved 18 December 2012. This episode marks the return of Jenna-Louise Coleman, who previously appeared in the series opener, "Asylum of the Daleks". [29] Coleman was cast because of her chemistry with Matt Smith, and especially because she was able to talk faster than he. [30] She auditioned for the role of Clara, not Oswin from "Asylum", as the concept of the two characters being the same only occurred to Moffat whilst casting for Clara. [31] The production team requested that the press and fans who attended advanced screenings keep Coleman's appearance a secret until "Asylum" was broadcast; the effort was ultimately successful. [32] Moffat stated that the introduction of a new companion made "the show feel different" and brought the story to "a new beginning" with a different person meeting the Doctor. [33] Smith said that Clara was different from her predecessor Amy, which allowed the audience to see a different side of the Doctor. [14] Coleman described her as resourceful and not intimidated, citing the reason for following the Doctor at the beginning as pursuing answers. [14] The Clara who would become a travelling companion of the Doctor would not debut until the spring premiere, " The Bells of Saint John"; [34] save for a brief cameo at the end of "The Snowmen". Coleman stated that she played each version as individuals with "trust that there would be a payoff" to her mystery. [35] McAlpine, Fraser. "Fraser's Phrases: The Curious History Of 'The Hokey Cokey' ". BBC America. New Video Channel America . Retrieved 2019-11-21.

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