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> {quote:title=RainingViolets101 wrote:}{quote}

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> "Look at me all swolen and ugly, I hate the little beast I wish it would die".

 

Ellen Berent Harland (Leave Her to Heaven)

 

"I can be smart, when it's important. But most men don't like it."

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> {quote:title=cmvgor wrote:}{quote}

> Queen, voiced uncredited by Lucille Laverne in *Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs* ??

I didn't know I was expected to go ahead without confirmation, so here goes:

 

"Them syreens did this to Pete. They loved him up and turned him into a horney toad"

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Thank you, mr6666. There seems to have been some confusion here (possibly started by me!). I wonder if it would be a good idea for someone giving an answer to wait for a confirmation from the one who posted the question -- just in case the answer was wrong.

 

Anyway, I'll repeat the line I gave (and I just love this one):

 

"I know you like a book, you little tramp. You'd sell your own mother for a piece of fudge."

 

Message was edited by: faceinthecrowd

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faceinthecrowd wrote:

 

"I know you like a book, you little tramp. You'd sell your own mother for a piece of fudge."

 

 

 

I'm pretty sure this would be Johnny Clay (Sterling Hayden) speaking to Sherry (Marie Windsor) in "The Killing" (1956).

 

Cheers,

Dan

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The Jimmy Carter line -- no idea.

The Social Security line -- just a guess:

George Burns in 18 AGAIN!

 

 

 

The Jimmy Carter line was spoken by Jim Carrey, as comedian Andy Kaufman, in "Man on the Moon" (1999).

 

As for the line about the Social Security number, that one is more recent. Twenty-first century recent. Which may be one of the reasons the line is so funny. I mean, in America, Social Security has been around since 1935. So why would a modern person's number be 5?

 

Cheers,

Dan

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Hi... I'm bumping this question again. If you guys don't answer me this time, I'll just call it quits.

 

Here's an additional clue: The question is asked by an actress who has won the Academy Award. The other person in the scene is played by an Oscar-nominated actor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who was it that, when asked for their Social Security Number, answered: "Five."

 

Name the person and the title of the film.

 

Cheers,

Dan

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Sounds like Peter O'Toole in My Favorite Year

 

 

 

 

 

No, sorry. Not Peter O'Toole.

 

Thanks for submitting an answer. I was starting to wonder if there was anybody out there any more.

 

Here is the question again, with an additional clue:

 

Who was it that, when asked for his Social Security Number, answered: "Five."

 

The question is asked by an actress who has won the Academy Award. The other person in the scene is played by an Oscar-nominated actor.

 

The film is relatively new. It was produced in the 21st century.

 

Name the speakers and the title of the film.

 

Cheers,

Dan

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Okay, I think this one's starting to get away from us again. No replies in the past two days. That can't be good.

 

 

 

Okay, here's the question again:

 

 

Who was it that, when asked for his Social Security Number, answered: "Five."

 

The question is asked by an actress who has won the Academy Award. The other person in the scene is played by an Oscar-nominated actor.

 

The film is relatively new. It was produced in the 21st century.

 

Name the speakers and the title of the film.

 

Cheers,

Dan

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