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4 hours ago, hamradio said:

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Made it my life's mission to find some more Mohicans. Wasn't disappointed.

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The Mohawks and Mohicans are two different tribes. The Mohawks are an Iroquois Confederation tribe living along the Mohawk River they were the keepers of the Eastern Gate of the Iroquois Confederacy. The Mohicans were a Hudson River tribe living on the Eastern shore of that river. They occupied the area North of the Roelief Jansen Kill to Lake Champlain and East into Connecticut, Massachusetts, and southern Vermont. 

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10 hours ago, EricJ said:

No, that was actually explained in the movie:  See, Leonard was a secret agent, so the first five missions were TOP SECRET! (chuckle!) :D.................Now I'm glad Bill's in jail.

Okay, well as we all know Leonard didn't have a seventh mission. Unless that was top secret too!

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7 hours ago, LonesomePolecat said:

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ANd yet there is not one single sesame seed on that street!!!!

;)

AND you had to open all the doors by HAND!  You just couldn't say........   :D 

THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES( just a few short weeks)

THE GRAPES OF WRATH( they mostly picked PEACHES)

OUT OF AFRICA( they were in the MIDDLE of Africa!) 

INSIDE DAISY CLOVER( wasn't the PORN flick the title SOUNDED like!)

Sepiatone

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4 hours ago, cigarjoe said:

The Mohawks and Mohicans are two different tribes. The Mohawks are an Iroquois Confederation tribe living along the Mohawk River they were the keepers of the Eastern Gate of the Iroquois Confederacy. The Mohicans were a Hudson River tribe living on the Eastern shore of that river. They occupied the area North of the Roelief Jansen Kill to Lake Champlain and East into Connecticut, Massachusetts, and southern Vermont. 

Blame Google image search, typed Mohican and that's what it gave me.  Guess Google and me (unwittingly) turned this into a Misleading Tribe thread. :wacko:

Wretched search engine is getting worse than TCM's. :angry:

Removed the 2nd photo.

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18 hours ago, Det Jim McLeod said:

Do you think Markoff is the utmost and ginchiest poster on the TCM boards? I think you said that before

I do, emphatically!

I would like to be Markoff's Galatea to his Pygmalion.

Would you like to know who is the least "utmost and ginchiest poster" on the TCM boards?

Try to guess...

 

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14 hours ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

hey! I resemble that remark! An' for your elucidation smart guy, the word is 'gauche'. That's me all over!

Yes, you are the most elegantly "gauche" male in captivity since Ronald Colman, Sgt. Markoff.

Your humble servant and admirer,
CaveGirl

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7 hours ago, cigarjoe said:

The Mohawks and Mohicans are two different tribes. The Mohawks are an Iroquois Confederation tribe living along the Mohawk River they were the keepers of the Eastern Gate of the Iroquois Confederacy. The Mohicans were a Hudson River tribe living on the Eastern shore of that river. They occupied the area North of the Roelief Jansen Kill to Lake Champlain and East into Connecticut, Massachusetts, and southern Vermont. 

I love the wrestling giant, Don Eagle who wore a great Mohawk!

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17 hours ago, CaveGirl said:

I love the wrestling giant, Don Eagle who wore a great Mohawk!

Funny thing( maybe, maybe not) is that I've only seen that hair style in old photos and paintings of the HURON tribe.  But if you "google" both, you'll find many of the same "images" attributed, and probably too, for many other tribes.  ;)

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13 minutes ago, Det Jim McLeod said:

GordonCole?

Actually it is Gerald Kookson.

By the way, have you ever seen that sci-fi movie based on an Aesop's Fable about the dog who just refuses to give up his bone? You'd like it, as it stars Rinty's grandson but I can't remember who played the head the bone came from sadly.

I apologize if it bothers you that I find Markoff so ginchy and am smitten with him for being the utmost. Being the shy, retiring wallflower that I am, I know I am not woman enough for him but I still enjoy basking in the warm glow of his brilliance. Only a man who has had a woman smitten would of course understand the signs, which explains why you are mayhaps not attuned to such posted admiration. 

Thanks for your always fascinating repartee, Detective Jimmy!

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The Curse of the Cat People -- There's no curse and no cat people.

Meet Me in St. Louis -- They were already in St. Louis.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly -- None of them were good and they were all ugly.

Giant -- They all looked average height to me.

Naked Lunch -- Nope.

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I don't wear slips of any kind, Detective Jim.

You must only be dating women of about ninety years old to think that...

There might have been many a slip betwixt tongue and lip in your day, but those days are ancient history now in the female undergarment market.

Next week we will discuss the underwire bra, if you like?

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2 hours ago, hamradio said:

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Not once has he ever...

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This reminds me of the time I was watching the 1999 Emmy Awards. Halle Berry opened the envelope for the Outstanding Miniseries for that season and announces: "And Emmy goes to...Horatio, The Hornblower"!

(...anybody else remember this?...I still chuckle when this is brought to mind, and have a very strong feeling that Halle probably never caught that miniseries when it was shown on A&E)

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Not to get personal here but this just occurred to me since I mentioned Frank De Vol in another thread. You know who TopBilled actually reminds me of? Martin Mull. Tell me I'm wrong. B)

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1 hour ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

Not to get personal here but this just occurred to me since I mentioned Frank De Vol in another thread. You know who TopBilled actually reminds me of? Martin Mull. Tell me I'm wrong. B)

Martin Mull is a jazz guitar player and lover of the art like me.     When he had his phony talk-show (Fernwood 2 Night),  he would have some jazz guitar players like Tommy Tedesco (who was part of the Wrecking Crew). 

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2 hours ago, Sgt_Markoff said:

Not to get personal here but this just occurred to me since I mentioned Frank De Vol in another thread. You know who TopBilled actually reminds me of? Martin Mull. Tell me I'm wrong. B)

Once in an airport...I was in my late-20s...someone came up to me and asked if I was related to David Hyde Pierce (the guy who played Niles on Frasier). Then a year later, I was somewhere else and someone asked me if I was related to Kelsey Grammer (who played Frasier). 

In January 2004 I went to two tapings of Frasier at the end of its final season. And during breaks between scenes, David Hyde Pierce and Kelsey Grammer kept looking over at me. They must've thought I was their long-lost brother!

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