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Yup- The Searchers- That'll Be The Day- just watched this gem again this weekend and I've often noticed how often J.Wayne says that phrase in the film so I looked it up and found that Buddy Holly piece of trivia..Well you did it again 6's, you can go next if you want to.

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In the '87 film Fatal Attraction, who remembers the title of the 'exercise manual' being promoted >at the book signing where 'Dan' first meets 'Alex' ?

 

okay, one hint: title has something to do with the film "Magnificent Seven" is based on.

 

 

 

Frustrating, isn't it, when you post a question and no one tries to answer it. Been there myself.

 

As to the "Magnificent Seven," are you saying the exercise manual is "Shichinin no Samurai?"

 

Cheers,

Dan

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Thank you, mr6666. I'll be logging off soon to watch it on TCM.

 

I haven't seen this one yet. Ran across it earlier today researching ...

 

What 30's suspense directed by 'the master' does this review describe:

 

"Without revealing too much, the sequence that really stays with you occurs near the end of the picture at a circus. This climactic, dark scene will leave you reeling in disbelief. Each time I see it I come away wondering how he managed something so remarkable -- and in a sense, terrifying -- to wrap up this Agatha Christie-like plot. (director's name omitted by me) brightest years are ahead of him at this point, but the circus scene may be a career highlight."

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