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  1. Okay here is my start, looking forward to reading additions to the list: # In the days of yore didn't driver-side car doors open? Now I grew up when bench seats were common but I don't recall drivers getting in the passenger side and sliding across to get behind the wheel. # Would John D Rockefeller have been a richer man if instead of cornering the oil industry he instead locked up the market for bicarbonate of soda?
  2. The one that pops to my mind and gives me a tickle is from Born Yesterday, the scene in which Broderick Crawford and Judy Holliday (brilliantly getting under his skin) are playing gin rummy.
  3. I enjoy see McCrea films time and time-again. My personal favorite is Four Faces West (1948), a western in which I don't recall a single gunshot being fired. To pull off such a film really garners my respect for those involved in its making and McCrea in the lead role carried the burden magnificently.
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