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May 21, 2008
Dbax
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Movie Trivia 11
The Natural................what is the name engraved on Robert Redfords bat?
May 21, 2008
Sisavic
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Lightning? It's a guess.
May 21, 2008
#6
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wonder boy ?
May 21, 2008
Dbax
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Wonderboy is right. And there is a lightning bolt engraved into it too.
May 22, 2008
#6
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in butch cassidy and the sundance kid , who played the man who hired them as payroll guards ?
May 22, 2008
2awesom
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i recall that Sam Elliott appeared in this movie so i'll take a guess and say Sam E.?
May 22, 2008
#6
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no, it wasn't Sam Elliott
May 22, 2008
Dbax
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Strother Martin
May 22, 2008
#6
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Dbax, that is correct. Your up.
May 22, 2008
Dbax
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Dirty Harry.....When Harry stops the robbery at the beginning of the movie, he walks over to where the guy is lieing and gives his "I don't remember how many shots I fired" speech. But as he walks over to him, he passes a movie theater. What movie is playing?
May 22, 2008
Ken
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Probably one of his spagetti westerns. Fist Full of Dollors, or The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Just as long as it wasn't Paint Your Wagon, lol.
May 22, 2008
Ken
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I spelled both spaghetti and dollars wrong. Alex Trebek would be crushed.
May 22, 2008
Dbax
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Close, but no cigar.
May 23, 2008
2awesom
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Great Question One of my favorite movie's

answer Play Misty For Me!
May 23, 2008
Dbax
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Yep! Good job!
May 23, 2008
2awesom
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I potrayed the Mayor in Dirty Harry & I also was the Dean at the College in Animal House, Who are I?
May 23, 2008
Dbax
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I know the guy, just don't know his name.
May 23, 2008
Ken
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John Vernon
May 24, 2008
2awesom
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john vernon you got it!
May 24, 2008
Ken
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What happened to most of the Earth's population, and what caused it, in "The Day of the Triffids"?
May 25, 2008
2awesom
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i think it had something to do with a bad meteor shower that struck the earth and then the plants (Triffids) took over and ate people, something like that?
May 25, 2008
Ken
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Close enough. The meteor shower blinded most of the population, and allowed the plants to sneak up on unsuspecting blind people. If you didn't look at the meteor shower, you were ok.
May 25, 2008
timothystone
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I play on the So Cal Cruisers 60's team. My Grandfather played "Doc Adams" on Gunsmoke from 1955-1975.
What was Doc's first name and who played the town Blacksmith? See you at the field!
May 25, 2008
Ken
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Tim, the 1 and only requirement for posing a question is that you have to answer the current question correctly, so Awesome is up. By the way, I'm a good friend of your manager, Phil Cook, and I hope you come back to the site and answer the next question, 'cause I'd like to hear more about your uncle.
May 26, 2008
2awesom
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I don't know the answer to Tim's question, but if Tim would come back on here and let us know, that would be great.

Anyway, my question is In the movie Dumb & Dumber

Our heroes Jim Carrey & Jeff Daniels are on their way to Colorado to return a brief case, on the way they stop at a Diner and Jeff Daniels throws a salt shaker which hits a Big RedNeck Guy by the name of SEA-BASS.

SEA-BASS threatens Jeff Daniels & Spits on his Burger, SEA-BASS is wearing a baseball style cap which contains three lines on the front, what does the hat say?
May 26, 2008
timothystone
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Sorry, I did not know rules, but I do now! The answer to the Gunsmoke question...Doc Adams first name is "Galen" and the actor who played the town Blacksmith for 3 seasons was Burt Reynolds.
May 26, 2008
Dbax
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2awesome, great question. I have no idea. Timothy, that's cool. Wasn't his first name Milburn?
May 26, 2008
Ken
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Yeah, I think Milburn Stone.
May 27, 2008
2awesom
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It is a tough question, before giving the answer how about a hint - It has something to do with Women
May 27, 2008
timothystone
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You're right. Milburn Stone was my Mother's Father. My full name is Timothy Stone Gleason (no relationship to Jackie )
He was a great Grandfather and person. I miss him everyday, but I still get to see the Gunsmoke reruns on TV Land.
I go by Timothy Stone because that's what my wife calls me. If I run into you at one of the tournamnents, please say HI.
May 28, 2008
2awesom
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OK that was a tough one you would almost have to watch the movie to see what the hat says- anyway it says
Wine'em Dine'em 69'em

next question In the early 60's B/W movie The Train
starring Burt Lancaster What is contained on the Train
that neither the Allies or German's want to see get damaged or destroyed?
May 28, 2008
Ken
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I believe it was art objects that the nazis pilfered from museums in France and other countries..
May 29, 2008
2awesom
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that is correct! french paintings
May 30, 2008
Ken
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I'm vacationing in Hawaii, so how about this: Who played the husband of Julie Andrews in "Hawaii"?
June 2, 2008
Ken
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OK, been 3 days. If your bed is rotating, you call him.
June 3, 2008
Sisavic
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Could he be Max von Sidow?
June 3, 2008
Ken
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Yes, Max Von Sydow is correct. You're up.
June 3, 2008
Sisavic
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Where was most of "A Bronx Tale" filmed?

The film was directed by Robert DeNiro and written by Palminteri.

Extra-Extra credit: One of rhe best lines was spoken by the DeNiro character's son (you'd relate to the line better if you were Italian).
June 3, 2008
Sisavic
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Sorry, but I didn't compete my question. Disregard previous post

Where was most of "A Bronx Tale" filmed?

The film was directed by Robert DeNiro and written by Palminteri.

Extra credit: One of rhe best lines was spoken by the DeNiro character's son (you'd relate to the line better if you were Italian). What did he say after a first kiss from his new girlfriend?

Extra-Extra-Extra credit: In the film, how could a guy tell if his date liked him?
June 6, 2008
Sisavic
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It's 3 days and I ought to post a hint, but I can't think of one that isn't obvious. Maybe because it's too personal or too local.

I grew up in the neighborhood where the A Bronx Tale was filmed - Astoria, Queens. It was chosen because the streets today look exactly like the streets of the 50s and 60s (except street signs). My school/church/playground is constantly in the background - what a kick. Some scenes were filmed in Brooklyn.

The line spoken by DeNiros' character's son: He's about 15-16 and in love for the first time with a black girl from the "projects" (this would never really happen in my neighborhood). He kisses on the lips for the first time, steps back stunned and in awe and says "Do you make sauce? In his world, all he needed was a kisser like her and italian sauce.

Finally, if, after the guy opens the passenger side door for a date the first time, she reaches over to unlock the driver's side door, she liked him.

Another trivia item: During the openning scene, the boys are playing Johnny-ride-a-pony. Ever hear of it?

See next post for a more simple trivia question and thanks for listening to my reminiscing.
June 6, 2008
Sisavic
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Name the only actor had TOP billing for 3 "Best Movie" Academy Awards.

Extra Credit: Name the films
June 6, 2008
Dbax
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Great stuff on A Bronx Tale. I love that movie. For your next question, I will guess Tom Hanks.
June 6, 2008
Sisavic
138 posts
Dbax,

Not Hanks.
June 6, 2008
Ken
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How about Dustin Hoffman? ( Kramer vs.Kramer, Rainman, Midnight Cowboy)
June 6, 2008
Sisavic
138 posts
Ken,

Yup, Dustin is the man. He won best actor for Kramer v Kramer and Rain Man, but lost in 1969 to the Duke in True Grit.

You are up!
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