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  1. Quite correct! (And you haven't lived until you've seen Gregory Peck, with a bomb in his skull, play ping pong with Chairman Mao . ., .) Your turn.
  2. Good enough! Number 4 was *What's the Matter With Helen?* (recently shown on TCM) All four star Shelley Winters. Your turn. Edited by: Silverwolf on Oct 30, 2012 6:26 PM
  3. Educated guess, based on the actors you think might be in the cast: *The Man Who Came to Dinner* (1942) That line would seem to fit in with the tone of this acerbic farce.
  4. Thank you very much! I'll try to do an easy one since I will be away from the computer for a while. Once you know who it is, just go ahead and take the next turn. In chronological order: 1. Never trust a guy with words tattooed on his knuckles. 2. Never trust a guy who wants to marry you only because he's interested in your young daughter. 3. Never trust a woman who would try to force her blind daughter into prostitution. 4. Never trust a religious fanatic whose son murdered a woman, even if your son was also involved in the murder, and even though you're running a 1930's dance studio together. Who should have not been so trusting in 1 and 2, and should not have been trusted in 3 and 4?
  5. Thank you very much! Speaking of fictional businesses . . . "Rick's Cafe Americaine" (I'm deliberately leaving an easy one because I have to be away from the computer for a while. When you know the answer, just go ahead and take the next turn.)
  6. Some partial guesses: 1. CITIZEN KANE 4. HUSH, HUSH SWEET CHARLOTTE Agnes Moorehead
  7. Definitely need that hint. I've never heard of *Out on a Limb* AKA *Welcome to Buzzsaw*.
  8. Speaking of ping-pong diplomacy (yes, that's sort of a left-handed clue . . .) *He's the fellow who's in charge of the meeting.*
  9. *The Iceman Cometh* *???* Edited by: Silverwolf on Oct 29, 2012 8:54 PM
  10. I believe this was also true of Bela Lugosi in *Dracula*, but he learned English pretty well later.
  11. Thank you very much! Next: This corporation deals in primates.
  12. Thank you very much! A very similar one: Richard Widmark is accidentally responsible for destroying another nation's ship, because an inexperienced crew member misunderstood him.
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