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  1. "My sister should have come in at midnight, And my mum would always sit up and wait. It always ended up in a big row When my sister used to get home late." "Out of my window I can see them in the moonlight, Two silhouettes saying goodnight by the garden gate."
  2. There have been a number of accomplished swordsmen- and talented amateur swordsmen- in Hollywood history. A great many of the amateurs have ONE MAN to thank- it's said he taught Hollywood to fence. With all the teaching he's done, he's rarely on camera- in fact, when he was most visibly on camera, dueling, nobody has any idea it's him. It's not a surprise he's a former Olympic gold medalist. Who is this man? For bragging rights, who did he play on-camera?
  3. My answer was "ROCK AND ROLL BAND"???, and you replied to that with "Yes", so I thought you were saying it was my turn!
  4. Next song. "Whenever we kiss I get to feeling like this, I get to wishing that there were two of you."
  5. Next song. "Out of my window I can see them in the moonlight, Two silhouettes saying goodnight by the garden gate."
  6. I always like to wait for confirmation, especially if it's "official" (the poster says it's correct.)
  7. The answer was "HAMLET." David Tennant was in the Royal Shakespeare Company version, with Tennant as Hamlet, and Claudius and old Hamlet played by Patrick Stewart. It's a neat version with some interesting moments. (When they catch a fleeing Hamlet, he's brought in, tied to a chair. When Polonius recites his cliche festival at Laertes and Ophelia, at the end, both mouth what he's saying as he says it, as if they've heard it so many times they can recite it from memory.) Of course, there was a Danish version because the story takes place in Denmark.
  8. True, but not the answer I was looking for, nor the name of a movie. ;)
  9. This story has seen 14 different versions made into movies. 6 were silent films, at least 1 was a television-film and didn't air in theaters. 2 were French, one was Soviet, 1 was Danish, 1 was Italian, and the rest were US or UK versions(as far as I know.) What do Mel Gibson and David Tennant have in common?
  10. That's it. Quite a list of stars in that thing, wouldn't you say?
  11. That's him. "Jack" Dawson was his character in TITANIC! (I think people have seen that one...)
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    I'm very sorry. I never got to meet CIndy!, but I met Steve! once, and he seemed a solid fellow. I would not wish this loss on him. (As if I would on anyone, but especially not someone like him.)
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