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

> Is this either Cheech or Chong?

Yes, it's Mr. Marin. The first singer has done some tough agnent/cop roles himself. And the female singer in the middle has been seen in enviroments involving airliner transport.

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No, not that one. Tommy Chong did *Far Out Man* with only a cameo blip involving Cheech Marin. The film at hand came out in the late 1980s. Hippies who went abroad under pressures in the 60s return in the 80s thinking the country needs them. And now the revolution's over.

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The singer in the middle -- the woman: She's been seen comforting fearful airline passengers in a couple of satirical disaster flicks.

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*Rude Awakening* . correct. Eric Roberts, Julie Haggery and Cheech Marin were the frightened singers.

 

finance's thread.

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Thanks, finance.

Next up:

At the beginning of a flight in an airplane, the pilot's assistant closes the door of the aircraft. The assistant is intent on his paperwork, and he absent-mindedly takes his chewing gum out of his mouth and throws it on the ground before the plain takes off.

 

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Prior to the event described, it was the assistant's habit to take his gum and stick it on the side of the plane or the outside of the cockpit. A gesture of good luck. The one time he does not do this, there is bad luck.

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Late 1830s. The context of the plot involves developing and testing new machines in the young aircraft industry. They help with new crafts for the military, mail routes, etc. Major stars.

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> {quote:title=flashback42 wrote:}{quote}

> Late 1830s. The context of the plot involves developing and testing new machines in the young aircraft industry. They help with new crafts for the military, mail routes, etc. Major stars.

1938, to be precise. Some of the biggest names of that era in the lead roles.

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Here's one:

 

The handsome agent of a local general shows up at a Christmas service very much under the influence. He disrupts the proceedings and antagonizes the lovely lady in charge.

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The lovely lady heads a group in an exotic land. The handsome man is brusque with her but it?s clear they like each other (alas, it can never be).

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A young man and woman are parked in a car at a "Lover's Lane". A suspicious man is lurking nearby, and the couple notices him.

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"A Cry In The Night" with Natalie Wood, Richard Anderson, and Raymond Burr. It was shown when Natalie Wood was the star of the month. In the movie, Raymond Burr knocks Richard Anderson unconscious, then kidnaps Natalie Wood. Richard Anderson later joind the cast of Burr's "Perry Mason" series as a police detective, succeeding Ray Collins.

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I guess you were pretty sure that no other film had a scene like that. Yours, Miles........This is one of the last films Burr did before he started playing Mason. There's no way he would have played this role if he had already started playing Mason on TV.

 

Edited by: finance on Jun 16, 2011 5:17 PM

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Richard Anderson was also in the 1st -2hr "Perry Mason" Specials on NBC. Along with Burr and Barbara Hale, they were the only actors appearing from the original series. Although Anderson didn't repeat his series role in the Special.

 

Miles is also ready to go--

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