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GeorgeStGeorge

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GeorgeStGeorge last won the day on October 25 2016

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About GeorgeStGeorge

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    I could have SWORN I charged the ring this morning!
  • Birthday 03/20/1956

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  1. Super Hero TV

    I hope your "sabbatical" isn't too long. Even bridge need four players. Interesting turn on Arrow this week. Knowing that WW is probably behind, I won't spoil it. Just to hint that a DC character whom you wouldn't probably expect in the "Arrowverse" gets a rather solid mention. George
  2. Name that Tune

    That might explain it. To me, Neil Young's voice had the same effect as fingernails scratching on a blackboard. George
  3. Name that Tune

    Nope. Sorry. George
  4. Name that Actor/Actress (or Role)

    Harry Palmer Jack Carter Alan Breck Robert Blakeley Milo Tindle George
  5. Name that Actor/Actress (or Role)

    Probably not. But let's try Robert Downey, Jr. I know he played Chaplin. Georg
  6. Name that Actor/Actress (or Role)

    OK. Had it backwards. Are these people who portrayed Hitler? George
  7. Name that Actor/Actress (or Role)

    Obviously a prolific actor. Some of the names seem familiar (not just Albert Einstein); but I'm not getting it. George
  8. Movie Mash-Up

    I'll give you all six. I hadn't thought of Robin. The "gimme's" were, of course, Superman and Batman. Neither Green arrow nor Aquaman had his own book until the 60's (for A-man) and the 80's (for GA), but both were back-up features in other books through the early decades. You're up! George
  9. Movie Mash-Up

    WW, really? OK, let's end this Featuring one of only five DC Comics heroes to make it from the 40's to today, the original source material for this very recent movie involved an American Air Force pilot being rescued from a crash by an island girl, during WWII. Apparently, WWII was too morally unambiguous for today's Hollywood (can't have America be the good guys, after all), so the movie is set in WWI, and the pilot, though an American, is working as a spy for the British. Although the movie draws heavily on Greek mythology, the heroine is named after a Roman goddess. George PS: Extra credit if you can name the other four DC heroes who made it from the 40's (with changes, here and there). Two are "gimmes"; the other two, not so much, though I'm sure you're familiar with the characters.
  10. Game: Before & After (Movies and TV)

    It is, indeed. Originally, I had "Thor: The Dark World Is not Enough," but I think this one flows better. You're up! George
  11. Movie Mash-Up

    The original source material for this movie involves an American Air Force pilot being rescued from a crash by an island girl, during WWII. Apparently, WWII was too morally unambiguous for today's Hollywood (can't have America be the good guys, after all), so the movie is set in WWI, and the pilot, though an American, is working as a spy for the British. Although the movie draws heavily on Greek mythology, the heroine is named after a Roman goddess. George
  12. Name that Flick

    Correct. Glad to have you back! George
  13. Triple Movie Links Game

    Tom Hanks A League of Their Own Jon Lovitz George
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