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Nice examples yesterday.

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one thousand five hundred eighty-eighth category

Lightning and thunder

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LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE (1951)
THUNDER BAY (1953)
THUNDERBOLT AND LIGHTFOOT (1974)

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Tropic Thunder (2008)

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Thunder Road (1958)

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Heat Lightning (1934)

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Greased Lightning from "Grease"

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Lightning McQueen from "Cars"

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The premise of Gilligan's Island (1964-1967)

Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996) Reflections of the Mind (1985) episode with Martin Milner.

 

The Sound of Music (1965) 'These are a few of my favorite things!'

Clue (1985)

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

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Mad Max beyond Thunderdome (1985)

Thunderdome Never Dies (2019), which has nothing to do with Mad Max, or so I hear.

White Lightning (1973)

Hit by Lightning (2014)

Going Back to the Future (1985) wouldn't have been possible without lightning.

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Lightning was the jump start necessary for Dr. Frankenstein                        Animated GIF

 

a lightning strike freed Veronica Lake and Cecil Kellaway in I Married a Witch  Animated GIF

 

a lightning bolt finished off Bad Seed Patty McCormack (at least in the film version....)  Animated GIF

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So many great examples. You all are great. Love the variety in the responses!

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one thousand five hundred eighty-ninth category

Bell towers

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THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1939)
THE MIRACLE OF THE BELLS (1948)
VERTIGO (1958)

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The Deadly Tower (1975) 

High Anxiety (1977) 

 

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Everybody Knows (2018) starts in a bell tower, and the bell tower is one of the reasons everybody in town knows!

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Cinderella (1950 and 2015)💙👗👛

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)🏫

 

 

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more Hitchcock bell towers:

Secret Agent  John Gielgud and Peter Lorre hide in the bell tower after finding the murdered organist  f04b555d1f9f62b9325d9d9168d67bc9.jpg

and in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (The Belfry), Jack Mullaney hides out in a school's bell tower  Animated GIF

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Does Big Ben count as a bell tower?  (The bell is called Big Ben.)

Peter Pan (1953)

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13 hours ago, Peebs said:

Does Big Ben count as a bell tower?  (The bell is called Big Ben.)

Peter Pan (1953)

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Other Disney movies with Big Ben scenes include CARS 2, MARY POPPINS RETURNS, and THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE

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I remembered the Red Buttons character in THE LONGEST DAY whose parachute gets caught on the church bell tower:

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In looking for that picture, I found out that the actual church put up a monument to the soldier who really got stuck there on D-Day:

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Pretty cool!

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one thousand five hundred ninetieth category

En Español..but not Mexican films

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QUINCEANERA (2006) from the United States
SENOR, DAME PACIENCIA (2017) from Spain
AMOR URGENTE (2018) from Argentina

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Tie Me Up!Tie Me Down! (1989)

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988)

Pain and Glory (2019)

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Coming to the United States

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TOMORROW IS FOREVER (1946)..Natalie Wood’s character
COMING TO AMERICA (1988)..Eddie Murphy
GREEN CARD (1990)..Gerard Depardieu

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