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Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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They had the St. Pat's Day parade in my town today. I thought I spotted these guys in the stands.

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

 

> Me, I'm holding out for Hail the Conquering Hero tomorrow.

 

> Did you ever see Matinee ? It does a better job at those "Them" movies (there's was titled Mant! ) and it has sort of spoiled it for me, unless I can get a group together for live riffing..

 

I haven't seen HTCH in a while, don't know if I can catch it tomorrow. The tone is a little more

serious than The Miracle of Morgan's Creek. I've never seen Matinee. Sounds interesting.

The best part of Them! was the first half-hour in the New Mexico desert. For some reason

that unusual setting enhanced the spookiness of the story. After that, it was more of a routine

We've got to find a way to destroy the monsters picture.

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I don't know about that. I'm a fussy eater, Irish or not, but the upside down Guinness

Sunrise looks tasty, as is Bailey's with a touch of milk. #3 looks like what happened

to the ants in Them! last night.

 

I ate at the local restaurant last night and they had a sing on the door Corn Beef and

Cabbage $9.99. $9.99? I wouldn't eat that if you paid me $99.99. Think I'll check

out The Big Heat. Haven't seen it in a long time. May your coffee always be merely

warm.

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

> #3 looks like what happened to the ants in Them! last night.

 

LOL :D

 

> Think I'll check out The Big Heat. Haven't seen it in a long time. May your coffee always be merely warm.

 

I hope you enjoy that - and make it decaf. ;)

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

> I don't know about that. I'm a fussy eater, Irish or not, but the upside down Guinness

> Sunrise looks tasty, as is Bailey's with a touch of milk.

It's popular at some of the pubs in Mpls/St Paul, where they serve Guinness and Harps. Most call it a black & tan. Still prefer my Bailey's and Kahlua..

>#3 looks like what happened

> to the ants in Them! last night.

Let's see, #6 through # whatever is the many faces of corned beef and cabbage or soda bread.

> I ate at the local restaurant last night and they had a sing on the door Corn Beef and

> Cabbage $9.99. $9.99? I wouldn't eat that if you paid me $99.99.

I dunno, maybe it's not very pretty, but for 99.99 I would even Chew and Swallow. I'm an enterprising woman.

>Think I'll check out The Big Heat. Haven't seen it in a long time.

Sweet dreams, to me. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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

> They had the St. Pat's Day parade in my town today. I thought I spotted these guys in the stands.

> Cagney.jpg

 

Ha! If I saw those guys in the stands... I would be sitting in their laps!

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So cute!!! Pat, pass me a corn dog. Frank, you can't have it it's mine! Spence, give him a poke in the ribs, the impudent little thing!

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The Irish Mafia relaxing. The lads look like their having a grand time.....

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

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

> > They had the St. Pat's Day parade in my town today. I thought I spotted these guys in the stands.

> > Cagney.jpg

>

> Ha! If I saw those guys in the stands... I would be sitting in their laps!

Here's your competition. Good Luck!

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

> I always liked Frank McHugh! :x

 

He was always next to one of those tough guys in the Gangster Pictures of the 30's. He was so hilarious in Bullets or Ballots !

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

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

> > I always liked Frank McHugh! :x

>

> He was always next to one of those tough guys in the Gangster Pictures of the 30's. He was so hilarious in Bullets or Ballots !

 

I know, totally! :D

 

I also liked him in The Irish in Us

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

> I'd like to tip my hat to the memory of Barry Fitzgerald, as long as we are celebrating the Irish!

 

Here's to the memory of Barry Fitzgerald!

 

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And welcome to the forums, MagikMirror! :)

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I really don't know why she is happily lobbing bricks with shamrocks on them... maybe ignatz mouse is nearby?

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