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What Do These Four Films Have In Common

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Thanks. This is a good game idea; I'll try to keep it going by not making my question too tough.









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I think it's only movie the director made. Electra Guide In Blue was directed by James William Guerco, who managed the group Chicago at the time, (thank you IMDB.) Martin Scorese was supposed to direct The Honeymoon Killers but was fired to taking to much time. He was replaced by a man whose name I can't remember, but never made another film. Both were not actors.

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sfpcc1 is correct. The official director of *THE HONEYMOON KILLERS* is Leonard Kastle. I could have also listed *GANGSTER STORY* (Walter Matthau) or *THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET* (George S. Kaufman). Nice work, spfcc1. The thread is yours . . .

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Here one a little bit easier


What do these four films have in common


Magnolia (1999)

Princess Caraboo (1994)

Whoose Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (1966)

The Long Long Trailer (1953)

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Got it


Magnolia- William H Macy Felicy Huffman

Princess Caraboo- Phoebe Cates- Kevin Kline

Whose Afraid Of Virginia Woolf- Richard Burton-Elizabeth Taylor

The Long Long Trailer- Lucille Ball - Desi Arnaz

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Harry Morgan was in the Oxbow Incident

Loretta Swit was in SOB

David Ogden Stires was in Creator, (Peter O'Toole calls him an a**hole)

Alan Alda was in Crimes And Misdameanors


I could mentioned Cool Hand Luke, (Wayne Rogers), The Graduate, (Mike Farrel has a very small part), Cannonball Run 2, (Jamie Farr), or Kotch, (Larry Linville has a small part.)

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Joan Shawlee, AKA "Pickles" Sorrell on "The Dick Van Dyke Show."






*STATE FAIR* (1945 and 1962 versions)


*THE PRODUCERS* (both versions)

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