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Jumpin' Jack Flash

Jumpin' Jack Flash

Jumpin' Jack Flash is a popular song by the iconic English rock band, The Rolling Stones. Released in 1968, it was one of the band's biggest hits and remains a timeless rock anthem to this day. The song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the legendary duo that front the band.

Known for their electrifying performances and infectious energy, The Rolling Stones created a musical masterpiece with "Jumpin' Jack Flash." The song features Jagger's distinctive vocal style and Richards' legendary guitar riffs, along with the solid rhythm section provided by Charlie Watts on drums and Bill Wyman on bass. The band's virtuosity shines through in this track, leaving listeners captivated and craving more.

The Rolling Stones, formed in 1962, have had a profound impact on the world of rock music. Their influence can still be heard in the work of countless artists across genres. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" exemplifies their signature blend of blues and rock, showcasing their unrivaled talent and undeniable staying power.

This iconic track was featured in the 1986 American spy comedy film, also titled "Jumpin' Jack Flash," directed by Penny Marshall. The movie stars the incredible Whoopi Goldberg as Terry Doolittle, an unsuspecting bank employee who becomes embroiled in international espionage when she begins to receive mysterious messages from a British spy trapped behind the Iron Curtain.

Goldberg's comedic brilliance shines through as Terry finds herself swept up in a dangerous game of cat and mouse, all while maintaining her hilarious sense of humor. The film's fast-paced plot, witty dialogue, and Goldberg's charismatic performance make "Jumpin' Jack Flash" an entertaining and memorable experience.

As the movie's title suggests, the Rolling Stones' eponymous song plays a pivotal role throughout the film, serving as a theme for Terry's adventurous journey. The catchy tune provides the perfect backdrop to the thrilling and humorous escapades that ensue, creating a memorable cinematic experience that perfectly complements the spirit of the song.

If you want to relive the magic of "Jumpin' Jack Flash," you can easily find and play this iconic song online, as well as download it for your personal collection. The Rolling Stones' legendary performance and the film's comedic brilliance are both readily available to enjoy whenever you desire, ensuring that the spirit of "Jumpin' Jack Flash" will never fade away.

A camera? Microfilm!
A mole.
A screwdriver, a mechanic's tool to be used by you guys.
A White House spokesman explained that the president
ABKCO Music Inc?
After all, I was just some words on a screen, right?
Afternoon, ladies.
Again? Your mother is having a very bad month.
Ah, she just doesn't do it for me anymore.
All of a sudden I got all involved in this,
All right, all right. You'll get that promotion
All right, call it in! I'm going after her.
All right, forget it. Fine. I can wait.
All right, I'm coming.
All right, Jack.
All right.
All right. It's B flat. God.
All this is for a date?
All you had to do was come and say "hi"
Am I just a square, or is there something wrong with your dress?
Am I teaching him, or am I teaching him?
Am I wearing a name tag? Who is this?
Amateur night, Miss Doolittle, is over.
And a rendezvous point.
And all of a sudden, out of the blue
And confirm 7:00 P.M. Tomorrow. Please be careful.
And confusing his attorney general with his chief of staff,
And finally, FBI agents have arrested Air Force Sgt. Michael Prescott
And for God's sake, lose some weight.
And get an exit contact for him.
And he distributes all these seconds and irregulars.
And he's something of a practical joker.
And I took it over to the British Consulate.
And I was thinking to myself...
And I'll have to ram this straight up your old chocolate whizway.
And I'm not even going to begin to discuss
And I'm not quite sure how to get out of it.
And if you'd like to leave a little message,
And is it gonna visit my house?
And it should be in by the end of the month.
And Jack knew it could come to this going in.
And Jack knew you were playing both sides of the fence.
And leaving money on the dresser.
And look, he's been shopping at Walgreens again.
And nobody does anything.
And not have it appear in the newspaper?
And now,
And number, I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
And she's taking over his job.
And so are you.
And some asshole on the street thinks I'm a transvestite.
And talk about dogs. Are you kid...?
And that's why you're so pissed off.
And the most expendable. The ones you sacrifice.
And the top of the thing says "phone." Help!
And then there's Mr. Loto of the Hansu Tokyo Bank.
And then we'll get down and boogie.
And then...
And they have to hear this kind of language.
And they want to take us both out to dinner tonight.
And we'll have sex!
And yet look here.
And you deserve it, asshole! And that's the truth!
And you're gonna lay there and tell me you're sorry?
And your pink froufrou blanket and your big pink feet.
And, well, the last thing I need
Anybody here?
Anything you want to say?
Anyway, he used to be a doctor.
Archer Lincoln, look, you've gotta talk to me.
Archer Lincoln.
Are more easily called upon.
Are you crazy?
Are you crazy? Of course I made it, yes.
Are you shitting me? Come on.
Aren't you gonna turn around?
Ask for Department C.
Asshole! Whoa!
At his nationally televised news conference last night.
B flat.
B motherfucking flat!
Baby, look what we have here.
Baby, my dick glows in the dark.
Back? Bearded?
Because he knows it drives me up the wall.
Because he's going to contact Burghardt at the Rezo Inn.
Believe in me because I'm a woman! What an asshole!
Between international banking establishments
Big, mutant, junkie moths.
Black power! Get me the fuck out of here!
Bless you.
Bon vivant. Arrivederci.
Bonjour, Jean Claude.
Bonjour, Terry.
Born in a column by Herb Caen...
Boy, they got some funky looking people in New York.
Burghardt is setup. Will kill you.
But for the most part, the spy stuff is... big mistake.
But he was a greater success as a human being.
But I have a feeling that he did.
But leaves the template intact.
But my husband's with Jack.
But you do! I asked the receptionist.
But you understand, of course.
But, boy, he seems to be onto you chumps.
But, no, you sent me to a restaurant
By all means, go home.
By now, he quite accurately suspects me.
By the way, could you guys drop me off downtown?
Call the police!
Call the police! You can't miss me!
Call the police.
Can you handle it?
Can't help you now, Mr. Page.
Can't say anymore. This channel unsecured."
Cancel the message.
Cancel the message. Cancel the message.
Careful, you'll break your glasses.
Carl, don't kill anyone!
Carl, please persuade her.
Christ, he thinks I'm a man.
Christopher! Kiss, kiss, hugs, hugs.
CIA. What's his code?
Come here, come here. Wait, wait, wait. Look, look.
Come here.
Come in.
Come on, get up. Mr. Page is going to see you.
Come on, lady, look, I've been traveling for two hours, all right?
Come on, let's go.
Come on, Liz, who is it?
Come on, now.
Come on! Come on!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Come on, don't tell me this bloody machine isn't working.
Come on. It's office decorum.
Come on. Where is Jack? Come on.
Come peacefully, you won't get hurt.
Coming through! Get out of the way! Look out!
Computers are not friendly, Miss Doolittle.
Confirm that you are crazy
Confirm transfer to First National.
Congratulations, Miss Doolittle.
Consulate said, "No Department C."
Contact Burghardt.
Could not ask you to continue.
Could try. Do you have a dinner jacket?
Could you get my umbrella while you're at it there?
Could you tell my replacement I ordered another chair?
Could you?
Crossfire hurricane!
Cut it out. Turn my knobs, please.
Cute girls.
Cynthia, there's no such thing as perfume irregulars.
Damn, Mick, this is the only thing anybody can sing.
Darling, I'm sorry.
Dead guy, you got cops. You got your apartment trashed.
Delete, delete...
Destroy all copies of transmission.
Did I pass the test?
Did they scare me? Was the water shitty? No.
Did you see the look on that schmuck's face?
Didn't she fall off a crosstown bus last week?
Do it for me, baby.
Do not reveal code key to any..."
Do you mean you're a civilian?
Do you remember what you said to me at the salon?
Do you wanna work here, or do you want to live?
Do you want a hostage? I've been trained to be a hostage.
Does anyone have a little pocket pistol?
Dog's barking. Can't fly without umbrella.
Dog's job.
Don't complain. Shut up, okay?
Don't do it!
Don't forget to call us when the baby comes.
Don't forget to wait for the beep, will you?
Don't forget, Fred and I chipped in most for your present.
Don't go away. Benny and the gang will be back.
Don't kill her.
Don't let her send a message! Keep her away from...
Don't let her send! Hunter, stop her!
Don't look down! Damn!
Don't mess with it.
Don't shave with a sickle, baby.
Don't take too long. You'll lose that tonality.
Don't underestimate your role.
Don't worry. I have a list.
Driving rain!
Earl. You look like a smart guy, Earl.
Eastern zone, number 49.
Elizabeth Arden? All day?
Embassy ball?
End trans?
End trans.
End trans.
Enjoy your party, dreamboat.
Every five minutes. Be cool.
Every time I turn around, I get this Russian bitch on my terminal!
Every time I turn around, this chick is on my monitor.
Every time you see a black woman, there has to a pimp or a john?
Eww! Eww! Eww!
Exactly. And how were you taught to end a transmission?
Except for you. You need the most help.
Except some guy calling himself
Excuse me, ladies. Liz, Miss Doolittle.
Excuse me?
Excuse me?
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me.