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  1. The Spencer Davis Group "This Hammer": Workin' on the railroad for a dollar a day Workin' on the railroad for a dollar a day Workin' on the.
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  2. A hammer toe is a foot deformity where the toe becomes bent at the joint. Hammer toes often cause pain and are associated with corns forming over the toe. Not only are hammer toes painful, they also cause a lot of people embarrassment. Conservative treatments for hammer toes include stretching, orthotics, padding and strapping of the toes.
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  3. With lesser performers, too, maybe Hammer would have felt more like a gag. Yet O’Brien, fresh off a tremendous and under-seen performance in last year’s "Goalie," radiates nervy energy like it was the most natural thing in the world, while longtime character actor Patton gives his wary patriarch an urgent, unshakable sense of disappointment and unease.
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  4. Take this Hammer (the Director's Cut) was originally produced by KQED for National Educational Television (NET) - the predecessor of WNET - and was never televised. After 15 minutes of footage was cut from the original version, a 44 minute edit first aired .
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  5. 'Take This Hammer,' filmed with James Baldwin in the spring of , was produced for National Educational Television by the KQED Film Unit, San Francisco. This is NET, National Educational.
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