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"American Mullet": What is a Mullet? Simply a haircut short in front and long in the back. People love to talk about the Mullet, but who is talking to the people with the Mullet cut? We are. In asking people to talk about their Mullets we are asking them to talk about themselves and the people in this film are nothing short of amazing. If you are going to be influenced by one Mullet experience this year, make it AMERICAN MULLET. What you learn might just surprise you.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Jennifer Arnold
- producers: Jennifer Arnold & Allison R. Hebble
- executive producers: Dorka Keehn & Tom Gorai
- written by Jennifer Arnold
- starring: Mathew Bose as Narrator
- cinematography by Patricia Lee
- edited by Jennifer Arnold & Zach Fine
- genres: Documentary film, Beauty & Fashion, Culture & Society, Indie film
- released in (14 years ago)
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by Samuel Maunder
The American Mullet.
In which the Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes, Genera, and Species are Combined with a Variety of Interesting Information Illustrative of the Habits, Instincts, and General Economy of the Animal Kingdom by Samuel Maunder
The American Mullet. (Mugil albula.) A fish greatly allied ...
A Treasury of Natural History Or a Popular Dictionary of Zoology in which the Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes... by Samuel Maunder (1870)
by Samuel Maunder, Thomas Spencer Cobbold
The AMERICAN MULLET. (Mugil albula.) A fish greatly allied to the common Mullet, but of a more slender form: mouth small and toothless ; tail large and forked. It inhabits the American seas, and is abundant about the Bahama Islands.
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