Discussion in 'Games, words, music, trivia, videos, whatever...' started by bobsyeruncle, Apr 11, 2015.
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(to be read widda New Yawk accent)
Lupino as the warden. You'll have to take my word about the scene.
FLOOR EYED DIN HOUR PRESS SCHUSS BAH DILLY FLUE IDS!!!
(...culled through lotsa different clips from the scene; dunno why it took so long to find one that included "Luckily, I was able to interpret these feelings correctly." Without hearing the source of General Ripper's sound reasoning, one might see him as a little off, you know?)
I knew this one was a stretch, and Becky just confirmed. Depends heavily onda New Yawk accent, especially the pronunciation of her sounding like hut without the t.
Ida eyed her and then denied her.
Love Sterling Hayden and "luckily, I was able to interpret these feelings correctly" is one of the the film's greatest character lines, delivered with Sterling perfection.
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(...fur sty mice awe stir link aide hen.)
ETA - He's hiding it well, but you can still see the fear in his eyes...
Cannes zee thief ear Innes sighs Anthe bull gin craw Ferds genes.
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(...held up the second time when I watched it again on IFC a few weeks ago; not just fluff for the double X crowd.)
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neume (...once wrote a paper about the 19th century revival of plainsong for a truly lousy course that had the promising title of "Music, Culture, Context".)
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Dasein is always left untranslated like a proper name.
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...hand char mink Joe ant who...
Sow duck hammerer rads temp hounds, cur wrecked?
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Bad till hot and tots?
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Skip to 10:00 for the start of the fateful match, or watch it all if you're up for a funny Ingmar Bergman parody (and Madeline Kahn's film debut) - https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dove_(1968_film).
Minty deviled eggs bad in school? IDK, but miss you @Adrienne
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