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Old 6th May 2009, 09:41   #46
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A man as soon as he picks up the phone instead of a traditional "hello" says " Whoever it is, i'll pay you on thursday"

Which movie?
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Odd Couple-2
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Peter Sellers - The Trail of the Pink Panther

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Since no reply, answering it myself

Odd Couple-2

Sounded familiar. Mad as Hell...was it Walther Matthau?

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fairly easy ones :

1. "I love the rain - it washes memories off the sidewalk of life "

2. "death should not be seen as the end , but as a very effective way to cut down expenses "

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fairly easy ones :

1. "I love the rain - it washes memories off the sidewalk of life "

2. "death should not be seen as the end , but as a very effective way to cut down expenses "

The first one is from Play it Again, Sam. Am confused about the second. It is also by Woody Allen for sure, but which movie? Ummm.....Love and Death? Sleeper? Dunno.....
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Here's my brain-drain SONG:

"Hand grenades flying over your head
If you wanna survive, get out of bed"
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1) Snatch

2) The Matrix

3) "Your qualities will be known among your enemies long before you meet them my friend" - Kingdom of Heaven
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Sounded familiar. Mad as Hell...was it Walther Matthau?
You're a Walter Matthau fan too? I just love the old movies with Walter Matthau & Jack Lemmon. And Odd Couple was indeed one of the best! Best Buddy movies of all time! I didn't know there was an Odd Couple 2.

I've heard the song you've posted, but can't make out which one, or whose it is :(

Can't ID any of the quotes now. Getting rusty upstairs.

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You're a Walter Matthau fan too? I just love the old movies with Walter Matthau & Jack Lemmon. And Odd Couple was indeed one of the best! Best Buddy movies of all time! I didn't know there was an Odd Couple 2.
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hydrashok: Yeah...totally cuckoo. Also love Stanley Holloway: My fair lady. Please tell me you've watched The Marx Bros. People look at me strangely when I mention the name...and I then know the generation gap.

New one:

"Yes, I've been broken hearted
Blue since the day we parted
Why, why did I ever let you go?..."

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Please tell me you've watched The Marx Bros. People look at me strangely when I mention the name...and I then know the generation gap.

New one:

"Yes, I've been broken hearted
Blue since the day we parted
Why, why did I ever let you go?..."
Absolutely love Marx Brothers. Infact, i have a friend who even looks like Groucho. But he gets offended by the comparison

And thats Mamma Mia by Abba. Isn't it?
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Yeah...totally cuckoo. Also love Stanley Holloway: My fair lady. Please tell me you've watched The Marx Bros. People look at me strangely when I mention the name...and I then know the generation gap.

New one:

"Yes, I've been broken hearted
Blue since the day we parted
Why, why did I ever let you go?..."
Not much of a fan of the Marx Bros. My Sister loves them though

That's ABBA. Mamma Mia!
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The first one is from Play it Again, Sam. Am confused about the second. It is also by Woody Allen for sure, but which movie? Ummm.....Love and Death? Sleeper? Dunno.....
Bingo. the second one is from Love and Death. good to see another woody allen fan here.

another one , a song

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And so it was
That I came to travel
Upon a road
That was thorned and narrow
Another place
Another grace
Would save me
You are the sun
I am the moon
You are the word
I am the tune
Play me
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Now, one Hindi film dialogue

Character 1: Doodh ka jala chhaanch ko bhi phook kar peeta hai
Hero: Afsos ki log doodh se bhi jal jaate hain

Answers anyone?

Hint: The movie took six long years to make and was released in 1971
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"In matters of love, the bravest of warriors behave like consummate idiots"

Name the movie
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I know almost everyone can guess this
"It's not funny and I know funny, I am a clown fish"
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Absolutely love Marx Brothers. Infact, i have a friend who even looks like Groucho. But he gets offended by the comparison

And thats Mamma Mia by Abba. Isn't it?
amitoj: Correct, Sir.

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Not much of a fan of the Marx Bros. My Sister loves them though

That's ABBA. Mamma Mia!
hydrashok: Right, sir.
Marx Bros zaniness is an acquired taste, I suppose.

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Bingo. the second one is from Love and Death. good to see another woody allen fan here.

another one , a song

"
And so it was
That I came to travel
Upon a road
That was thorned and narrow
Another place
Another grace
Would save me
You are the sun
I am the moon
You are the word
I am the tune
Play me

w 12: Very familiar. Billy Joel? Or Lobo? Tune comes to me around 'sun, moon, word, tune...' but I can't place it.
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