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Close, but Milt is being sued for child support, so maternity is not quite right. I was thinking From Here to Paternity.

 

 

Now, Betty Davis in Dead Ringer becomes Dead Singer. I like it, it's not exactly what I had in mind though but pretty good. I probably would have had a slightly different clue for that, maybe Bette Davis can't carry a tune. For that I see Dead Singer.

 

 

I did mention this one is a bit more difficult.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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At the suggestion of the previous poster, here is the game.

 

 

The answer is a fractured title. It must rhyme with the original title, and the clue should not give it away, but serve as a guide.

 

 

Thus: Lost his leg at Tara. Gone with the Limb

 

 

Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen discover the secret to baking great bread. The Magnificent Leaven

 

 

Walter Neff had two left feet: Double Extremity

 

 

Gary Cooper and Audrey Hepburn just couldn't wait: Love in the Anteroom

 

 

(a suggested answer here was Love in the Bathroom, which was close, but Afternoon is three syllables, and Bathroom but two -- so close but no cigar).

 

 

So the Bette Davis clue was a little obscure, perhaps this will narrow it.

 

 

Bette Davis hits a high note in a red dress.

 

 

 

 

 

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