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Tom Foolery U.S.M. #2348

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The Pilot, Capt. Hank Tucker RCAF: I'm Captain Hank Tucker, RCAF. I've come to bring the fugitive to justice. Wheres headquarters?

Sergeant Edgar Millen: Wherever I'm standin.

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I write movie reviews.

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I'll play:

 

Actor 1: Where'd an Indian get a rifle like that?

Actor 2: He don't say. I don't ask.

 

 

What movie and who?

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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Winchester '73

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Winchester '73

 

Nope - but the main actor is in this one also....close (and I beleive it was a '73 Winchester rifle they were takin' about)

 

Daniel the Brief PM'd me with the correct answer - so keep guessin' y'all

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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Ah, Well, ya see, it was the "Man from Laramie".

 

Keystone

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The Pilot, Capt. Hank Tucker RCAF: I'm Captain Hank Tucker, RCAF. I've come to bring the fugitive to justice. Wheres headquarters?

Sergeant Edgar Millen: Wherever I'm standin.

 

 

 

Good, now what movie is it??? :lol:

 

 

TF

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Ah, Well, ya see, it was the "Man from Laramie".

 

Keystone

 

Good job!

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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LOL...wouldn't have posted the "full quotes" iffin I didn't know the film. :D

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:huh: "You just made me have a bowel movement in my britches, ....... I ain't never gonna forgive you for this."

 

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:huh: "You just made me have a bowel movement in my britches, ....... I ain't never gonna forgive you for this."

 

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Billy The Kid 1973?

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Billy The Kid 1973?

Good Job.... ;)

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The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

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"....not every situation calls for your patented approach of "shoot first, shoot later, shoot some more and then when everybody's dead try to ask a question or two."

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True Grit?

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Sorry Silver...Don't think so "classic"...well not in this case. Think "Classic Remade"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or in this case perhaps "Classic Ruined" but it is a good line.:)

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Got it...."Wild Wild West"

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Yea...the AWEFUL remake...but it was a good line.

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How about "get down Edith".

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Okay you will never get this one.. " no one puts baby in the corner".. I laughed for two days.. A friend gave me the movie in MO.. I was not going to even watch it.. but a SASS PARD told me too.. While it was a bit steamy for uh.. me.. lol.. that line cracked me up for days................. geesh.. it was even delivered with tongue in cheek.. lol

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Personally, if someone told me I couldn't put my sixteen-year-old in the corner, I believe I'd get upset. Dang sure wouldn't let her go Dirty Dancing with him.

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Would be easier if you got the quote right.

 

"Nobody puts Baby in the corner"

 

Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in a craptastic movie "Dirty Dancing"

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How about "get down Edith".

 

Archie Bunker in "All in the Family"? :lol:

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Archie Bunker in "All in the Family"? :lol:

 

 

The "Edith" in this quote was played by Candice Bergen.

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I've been using this a few times. :lol:

 

"This conversation is pointless"

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"Its a bad wound. Lucky for you the bullet plugged up the vein."

 

:P Had a surgeon tell us once at a convention seminar that he actually had seen this happen while in the sandbox. B)

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The "Edith" in this quote was played by Candice Bergen.

 

This the one with Gene Hackman and Jan-Michael Vincent and James Coburn?

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This the one with Gene Hackman and Jan-Michael Vincent and James Coburn?

 

 

No, in fact this actors next, and final word was "damn"!

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Doin some head scratchin here...

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LOL....did you mean to throw us off the scent by changing the name in the quote?...LOL

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How about "get down Edith".

 

The Wind and the Lion? Sean Connery. Candice Bergen played "Eden", not "Edith", but I kinda think he pulled her out of the line of fire.

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