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WordWolf

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  1. The Facebook page is here:https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Louis-Bible-Fellowship/118451138168054?_fb_noscript=1 It's got all the familiar buzzwords, guaranteed to trigger PTSD. It has a link to a separate website- which is to an expired domain someone's cybersquatting on. Nobody has updated their Facebook page to reflect their current URL. The current URL off Facebook is http://www.stlouistheologicalseminary.org/index.php It's well-phrased, and should NOT trigger PTSD. Furthermore, it's got notices that their school won't tolerate plagiarism, and gives some examples of 2 categories of plagiarism. I think someone's learned something, at any rate. If we take this site as 100% truthful, it's come a longer way than the people posting to their Facebook page-who sound like they just came out of a twi class.
  2. ...and waited until now to get new information, for which I appreciate your reply.[ The internet age sure makes it easy to learn all sorts of things, doesn't it?/b]
  3. -The production company for this US film was a HONG KONG company- Golden Harvest. That explains some of the cast but causes another wrinkle in the casting at the same time. -One role was written specifically with DON RICKLES in mind, but he refused the role, and we got a better movie for it once it was recast (with the same name.) -George Furth and John Fiedler both appear in this movie. (I used to confuse the 2 actors because of this.) -Peter Fonda appears in it as well. And Valerie Perrine. And Bianca Jagger. -Steve McQueen was cast, but died before they prepared to begin filming, so that part was re-cast and the mood of the movie was changed radically. -In one scene, a Cantonese-speaking character is interviewed by a Japanese television presenter. Neither the presenter nor the audience understand what he's saying, but the other Cantonese-speaker in the movie and he chat several times, in Cantonese. -One actor spoke about having done the movie, later. "I did that film for all the wrong reasons. I never liked it. I did it to help out a friend of mine, Hal Needham. And I also felt it was immoral to turn down that kind of money. I suppose I sold out so I couldn't really object to what people wrote about me." -This was the first movie the late Rick Aviles appeared in (you may remember him as Willie Lopez in "Ghost.") -Nobody remembers the name of the character Pamela Glover-she ends up with a nickname early on, and that "becomes" her name for the rest of the movie. -Continuity error: the "Hawaiian Tropic" car changes from a Laguna to a Monte Carlo after a quick paint job. -Continuity error: Jamie Black and Fenderbaum know Mc Clure and Prinzim early on. However, in the middle of the movie, Mc Clure and Prinzim completely fail to recognize them.
  4. Yes, they all played Dr Who in one form or another. (Mrs Wolf figured it out without cheating, but she doesn't want to play logging in.) John Hurt played "the War Doctor", the Doctor who refused to call himself "the Doctor" because of his behavior when at war. William Hartnell played the First Doctor, but when he passed away, the First Doctor was played by Richard Hurndall (in The Five Doctors). Michael Jayston and Geoffrey Hughes played aspects of the Doctor's dark side. Toby Jones did something similar. Peter Cushing played him on film in 1965 & 1966. No fooling. Paul Mc Gann, Sylvester Mc Coy, Peter Davison and Colin Baker all played Doctors in the television series (Fifth thru Eighth.) Jim Broadbent, Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Grant, Richard E. Grant, and Joanna Lumley were all in the Comic Relief UK spoof, "the Curse of Fatal Death." (You can see it on YouTube.) Go ahead, George.
  5. "Superman, thank God....I mean, GET HIM!" Superman, just before the big fight at the end of Superman II.
  6. -The production company for this US film was a HONG KONG company- Golden Harvest. That explains some of the cast but causes another wrinkle in the casting at the same time. -One role was written specifically with DON RICKLES in mind, but he refused the role, and we got a better movie for it once it was recast (with the same name.) -George Furth and John Fiedler both appear in this movie. (I used to confuse the 2 actors because of this.) -Peter Fonda appears in it as well. And Valerie Perrine. And Bianca Jagger. -Steve McQueen was cast, but died before they prepared to begin filming, so that part was re-cast and the mood of the movie was changed radically.
  7. If it said "care" instead of "like", I'd have a guess....
  8. John Hurt Richard Hurndall Michael Jayston Geoffrey Hughes Toby Jones Peter Cushing Jim Broadbent Hugh Grant Rowan Atkinson Paul Mc Gann Richard E. Grant Joanna Lumley Sylvester Mc Coy Colin Baker Peter Davison
  9. BTW, We saw-with Willy Wonka and Hermione Granger- that parodies count-providing the parody carries the exact same name, i.e. "George St George as Super-Duper Man" would not count as G St G in the list of Superman actors. (No, THAT wasn't a hint, either.)
  10. "The only ones from the list I can put a face to are Hurt, Cushing, Atkinson, Hugh Grant, and Lumley." That's why you're way off base. But I thought a serious enough fan might have gotten ONE of those names to be a giveaway. " The woman, of course, throws a wrench into this, but there are a number of traditionally male roles now being portrayed by women," It IS a traditionally male role, correct. The other sentence doesn't EXACTLY apply here. (That will make sense when I reveal all.) "Let's try another "Holmesian" role:Inspector Lastrade?" No, you're way off-course here. Wrong pew AND wrong church. (No, that's not any kind of clue, either.)
  11. But you SAID you weren't posting a hint.
  12. That's it. Both versions of the show lasted for years, not counting syndication. And the UK one aired on US cable once it was in syndication.
  13. John Hurt Richard Hurndall Michael Jayston Geoffrey Hughes Toby Jones Peter Cushing Jim Broadbent Hugh Grant Rowan Atkinson Paul Mc Gann Richard E. Grant Joanna Lumley
  14. No. Raf was not providing ANY kind of hint. This one's tough enough that Mrs Wolf missed it- and she's seen 3 of them in this list but still can't picture a role where they both play the part, even after seeing it!
  15. No, nothing quite so classical. And yes, those are all actors who shared a common role, believe it or not. (I myself saw those last 3 do it, as did Mrs Wolf.)