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Quiz: What movie is this line from?

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The winner, by unanimous decision: mr6666!

 

That was indeed BODY AND SOUL, a must for Garfield fans. Roberts was played by Lloyd Goff (Gough).

 

Your turn . . .

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Thank you, mr6666. Here goes..

 

"Time... is on my side...

Yes, it is.

Time... is on my side...

You know it is...

I'll come runnin' back...

I'll come runnin' back..."

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I heard one yesterday, that I thought was funny.

 

The actor said "I was doing well in ladies underwear". He had since taken on a different job. Maybe that is too obscure?

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The actor said "I was doing well in ladies underwear".

 

It was the character Benny in SOMEONE UP THERE LIKES ME.

 

Who is next?

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*Multiple Choice*

 

'You have the right to remain unconscious. Anything you say ain't gonna be much.'

 

Lethal Weapon 3

Loaded Weapon 1

Die Hard 2

The Dead Pool

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*Answer*

 

Lethal Weapon 3

 

Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) says this after he handcuffs the bad guy that went through the windshield.

 

Next, please...

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The year looks wrong, but:

 

Flight Commander Harper (Don Amiche) in *Wing And A Prayer* ??

 

(Is 1943 the issue year of the movie, or the setting of the story?)

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Thanks, mr6666. When I read the line, for some reason, I heard Henry Fonda's voice. Joe confirmed it. Here's a new line..

 

"Careful Bill, you'll give yourself a heart attack and ruin my vacation."

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> "I am a paranoid schizophrenic. I am my own entourage."

 

 

It's from a 21st Century movie..

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