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Brilliant Double Features!


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Can't be much of a cast.  A dialog between Horatio and Fortinbras?

It's a comedy about a high school theatre group and their egotistical director mounting a production of a sequel to Hamlet. It stars Steve Coogan as the director and includes a number featuring Jesus.

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Five Fingers of Death (1972) and With Six You Get Eggroll (1968)  

:P

 

(And, of course, the joke from the old 1939 cartoon:
"Double feature next week:  Honeymoon in Bali, with The Old Maid!")

 

Dirty Harry (1971) and Serpico (1973).

 

Ah, someone remembers the old 70's Mad Magazine parody (of what happened to Serpico at the end) too. 

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"Poison" (1924) & "Ivy" (1947).

 

Ooh! You'd need..ahem..an ocean of calamine lotion to see THAT double bill, now wouldn't ya fl?!

 

'Cause of course, you'd be scratchin' like a hound, the minute you started sittin' 'round.

 

(...to watch 'em)

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Okay, how about...

 

Das Boot (1981) and Kinky Boots (2006)  ?

 

OR maybe...

 

The Enemy Below (1957) and Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)  ?

 

(...okay okay...just a thought)

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The Enemy Below (1957) and Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956)  ?

 

(...okay okay...just a thought)

 

 

How about Stop, or My Mom Will Shoot (1992) + Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)?

 

Or a triple feature of Sayonara (1957), Osama (2003) and Splash (1984)?

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Fools Rush In (1997) and Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991)

 

Don't think I've seen either of these, JSF.

 

(...so tell me...do either or maybe both of 'em have Ricky Nelson singing over the opening or closing credits?)

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Ah, someone remembers the old 70's Mad Magazine parody (of what happened to Serpico at the end) too. 

 

 

 

Sorry to say I don't.  I went for the contrast between two cops that buck systems.  One rightly, one wrongly.

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