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Everything posted by CharlieT

  1. OK, it's from *The Quiet Man* when round one of the big fight between Sean Thornton and Red Will Danaher stop for a drink and Danaher throws his drink in Sean's face when they dispute who's paying for the second drink. It wasn't that hard, was it? Thread is open. Edited by: CharlieT on Dec 28, 2009 6:26 PM
  2. Following the request for the time, the speaker punches his drinking companion.
  3. The line was followed by a request for the time.
  4. A clip using this line was used in a beer commercial several years after the speaker had died.
  5. A joyous holiday season to you, too, lavenderblue. "Miss Scarlett, in the broom closet, with the phone."
  6. Yes, it was *A Man Called Horse*. *Dude, Where's My Car?* next: Aqua weather phenomenon
  7. *The Virgin Queen* next: Post-adolescent with an equine appelation
  8. David Huddlestun in *Santa Claus, the Movie*.
  9. I have to pull the plug on this due to a family emergency. The line is from *Holiday Inn* said by Gus (Irving Bacon) as he's trying to keep Miss Linda from getting to the Inn to be seen by the Hollywood hotshots. The thread is open.
  10. At this time of the year, check out the beard on the Ghost of Christmas Present in any adaptation of *A Christmas Carol* except the 1935 Seymour Hicks version - Oscar Ashe played the role clean-shaven.
  11. Actually, it was THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS, but you can go ahead and take this turn.
  12. Well, it's December. That's somewhat of a clue. C'mon, somebody save my Bacon!
  13. Well, I know it was on last night, but I don't know what channel. The line was spoken by a character actor with an impressive resume. It's a black and white movie that screams for color.
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  16. Well, just for starters: Charleton Heston in *The Ten Commandments*, *The Agony and the Ecstacy*, *Ben Hur* and *Planet of the Apes*. Clint Eastwood in *The Outlaw Josie Wales*, *The Good,the Bad and the Ugly*, *A Fistful of Dollars* and *For a Few Dollars More*.
  17. *Olympia 1. Teil - Fest der Volker* (1938) by Leni Riefenstahl?
  18. Harry Davenport to Judy Garland in *Meet Me In St. Louis*?
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