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    name='wadsy']The Big Sleep ?


    No, this is a recent film. Very good though. Last lines.



    I have to say, that this is a translation. It's a German language movie.

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    The Baader-Meinhoff complex?

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    name='GRAEME']No, this is a recent film. Very good though. Last lines.



    I have to say, that this is a translation. It's a German language movie.


    Baader-meinhoff complex?

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    Nein.



    But it is a political thriller.

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    name='GRAEME']Nein.



    But it is a political thriller.


    I think we may need a strong clue Graeme, not to up on German language films!



    Not 'Downfall' is it?

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    Not Downfall.



    It's an Oscar winner...

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    name='GRAEME']



    It's an Oscar winner...


    The lives of others?



    (If Graeme tells me I'm correct, please carry on anyone, I think I have no Internet until the weekend)

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    name='Mark O']The lives of others?



    (If Graeme tells me I'm correct, please carry on anyone, I think I have no Internet until the weekend)


    You are correct!

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    Try this one



    "Well, if you insist on this socialistic nonsense, yes. You're losing a friend, but gaining a second in command."

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    "Well, if you insist on this socialistic nonsense, yes. You're losing a friend, but gaining a second in command."


    The exquisite The League of Gentlemen .

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    name='GRAEME']The exquisite The League of Gentlemen .


    It is, a film I seem to enjoy more with every viewing.

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    Not too sure of the Rules here. But while Graeme has his Internet hiatus, here's a line from an odd-paired big hit if anyone wishes to have a yedscratch:



    '...Some people think they see lurve in a pornographic movie, but that's not lurve, that's lurst...'





    Oh, sh*t!! I've just remembered, this is from an American film. I've left this in situ to show the transgression.

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    name='AdobeFlats']Not too sure of the Rules here. But while Graeme has his Internet hiatus, here's a line from an odd-paired big hit if anyone wishes to have a yedscratch:



    '...Some people think they see lurve in a pornographic movie, but that's not lurve, that's lurst...'





    Oh, sh*t!! I've just remembered, this is from an American film. I've left this in situ to show the transgression.


    Don't worry if it's from a foreign film, the quizzes are open to all films (except Name the film which is Brit films only( foreign films go in the Name the WOS

    thread).

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    name='AdobeFlats']Not too sure of the Rules here. But while Graeme has his Internet hiatus, here's a line from an odd-paired big hit if anyone wishes to have a yedscratch:



    '...Some people think they see lurve in a pornographic movie, but that's not lurve, that's lurst...'





    Oh, sh*t!! I've just remembered, this is from an American film. I've left this in situ to show the transgression.


    Dukes of Hazzard?

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    name='Mark O']Dukes of Hazzard?


    'Fraid not, Mark. I haven't seen the film for a number of years, but the reason that this dialogue sticks in my memory, is that it's such a wonderfully over-the-top performance from the actor concerned. I'm sure that the dialogue below is (Phonetically?) verbatim:



    '...Some people think they see lurve in hay pornO-graphic a-movie. But I'm telling you, that's not lurve, that's lurst...'





    AF

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    name='AdobeFlats']'Fraid not, Mark. I haven't seen the film for a number of years, but the reason that this dialogue sticks in my memory, is that it's such a wonderfully over-the-top performance from the actor concerned. I'm sure that the dialogue below is (Phonetically?) verbatim:



    '...Some people think they see lurve in hay pornO-graphic a-movie. But I'm telling you, that's not lurve, that's lurst...'





    AF


    hmmm, all a bit puzzling!.........nothing to do with the former walrus of lurve, Barry White is it?

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    name='Mark O']hmmm, all a bit puzzling!.........nothing to do with the former walrus of lurve, Barry White is it?


    Sadly not, Mark. I'm not too sure how much of a clue to give you? The main two stars of this film were oddly-paired, and it did no end of good to their respective careers. The lines of dialogue quoted were spoken by one of the supporting characters (witnessed by one (no make that Both) of the main characters). The film was released in the late 1970s I believe, and was a comedy.

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    Kramer vs Kramer?

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    name='Mark O']Kramer vs Kramer?


    Sh*t, Mark, K Vs K was a comedy!?



    Nope, sorry. Not the film.

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    Wise Blood?

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