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  1. In one of the game threads, a trivia topic came up that might be of intrigue or interest to some. In the movie Patton (1970), Karl Malden, in the role of General Omar Bradley, says the line, “Hand me that helmet, Sekulovich.” Karl Malden’s real name was Mladen George Sekulovich. As is noted on Malden’s Wikipedia page (http://en.wikipedia....iki/Karl_Malden), this was not unusual for movies in which Malden had a role. It even occurred in On the Waterfront (1954), where Malden’s real first and last names, Mladen Sekulovich, were used in the script. As DownGoesFrazier mentioned, in the movie His Girl Friday (1940), Cary Grant says, "Listen the last man that said that to me was Archie Leach just a week before he cut his throat." Of course, Cary Grant’s real name was Archie Leach. Do you know of any other instances of this?

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