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Psycho--final scene when a skull (or maybe mummified mom) quickly appears on Norman's face   Animated GIF

hard to see here...but the license plate on the yellow car driven by Paul LeMat in American Graffiti is THX 1138...a 1971 film directed by George Lucas                                                                                                                                                  Animated GIF

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Holy cow

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Barbara needs Fred to moo-ve over in REMEMBER THE NIGHT (1939).

There are cows on a farm in PEOPLE WILL TALK (1951).

Lucille Ball milks a cow in an episode of I Love Lucy.

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Mooo-vie moments...

The Lemon Drop Kid  (Hope calls the cow 'Crosby')                                                090aadc5733a255f0c2da5ac2c359312.gif

The flying cows in Twister  Animated GIF

Mrs. O'Leary's famous cow starting the fire in In Old Chicago                    ec60533cc866a9bc41e070f125bd4009.gif

The cow seems unimpressed by Bette Midler's talents in Big Business    Animated GIF

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ANNE OF AVONLEA — Anne goes in the mud to get her cow Dolly out of her neighbor’s field. She sells the cow on the spot only to discover she sold the wrong cow!

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WHAT A WAY TO GO — Robert Mitchum names his plane Melissa after his beloved childhood cow, so when they go back on the farm they buy a cow named Melissa II — but he gets killed when he milks the bull on accident!

GYPSY — Louise dresses up as a cow for their vaudeville act

PINKY AND THE BRAIN — Brain dresses up as a cow 

EMPEROR’S NEW GROOVE — “ I’ve been turned into a cow. Can I go home?”

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Eddie Cantor:  Whoopee! (1930), Palmy Days (1931), The Kid From Spain (1932), Roman Scandals (1933), Kid Millions (1934)

Laurel and Hardy: Pack Up Your Troubles (1932), The Bohemian Girl (1936)

Paul Lukas:  City Streets (1931), The Ghost Breakers (1940)

Fred MacMurray: Standing Room Only (1944), Suddenly It's Spring (1947), On Our Merry Way (1948)

Robert Preston: North West Mounted Police (1940), Reap the Wild Wind (1942)

Barbara Stanwyck: The Locked Door (1929), Variety Girl (1947)

James Stewart: Pot o' Gold (1941), On Our Merry Way (1948)

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Sports star cameos

THE KID FROM CLEVELAND (1949) — some of the Cleveland Indians baseball team are seen on screen.

ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD (1951) — Ty Cobb and Joe DiMaggio have a cameo.

Members of the New Orleans Saints plays themselves in the football drama NUMBER ONE (1969).

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The  Pride  of  the  Yankees  1942  (  Babe  Ruth)     Speedway  1968   (  race  car  drivers  Buddy  Baker,  Richard Petty  and  Cale  Yarborough  )    Paper  Lion  1968   (   the  Detroit  Lion   football  players   and  Vince  Lombardi ).

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