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name the movie

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C'mon...take a guess!

 

Or here's another clue: (3)

 

Has some wild characters--

A man with pet flies

A man who walks an invisible dog

A Voodoo Queen

A "drag" fashionista

A hustler wanna-be

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Ok, I'll try this...

 

-This movie features a psychiatrist who is treating a woman who is engaged to be married and they end up falling in love.

-There is dancing.

-There is a scene where the woman is in a trance and begins to gun the psychiatrist down.

-It features one of the most famous classic duos

 

What is it? :)

(I just watched this movie tonight)

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_To break a logjam:_

 

Both jim2 and shirleydorisdf have posed questions, and then have not responded when answers were offered. They may or may not return to close or continue their subjects. Meanwhile, I'll pose a question, and I promise I _will_ respond to answers.

 

*Name the movie:*

80s. Stressful police work in a high-crime precinct.

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Thank you.

 

I'm with visualfeast on Fort Apache The Bronx and...

I'd like to add a second possibility: COLORS

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> {quote:title=visualfeast wrote:}{quote}

> is it FORT APACHE THE BRONX?

 

vf;

 

Correct. I think it helped that this film had some similarites to TV's Hill Street Blues, which was popular at that time.-- Riotous roll calls, a persistant, fleetfooted purse snatcher, etc. It also had Paul Newman, Edward Asner and Ken Wahl.

 

Thread's yours. There may be some question posers playing catch-up.

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I guess there really are only two films that deal with two sick male minds working in unison...you got it! It's COMPULSION......(can you think of any others?)...Your Turn.......

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