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Post by Torgo » Fri Jul 05, 2019 12:11 pm

13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
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13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
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Post by Death Proof » Fri Jul 05, 2019 12:40 pm

13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
10. The Vulture - Spider-Man: Homecoming

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13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
10. The Vulture - Spider-Man: Homecoming
11. Ian Malcolm - Jurassic Park
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Post by Captain Terror » Fri Jul 05, 2019 1:50 pm

13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
10. The Vulture - Spider-Man: Homecoming
11. Ian Malcolm - Jurassic Park
12. Don Lope de Aguirre - Aguirre, Wrath of God
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Post by Patrick McGroin » Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:24 pm

13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
10. The Vulture - Spider-Man: Homecoming
11. Ian Malcolm - Jurassic Park
12. Don Lope de Aguirre - Aguirre, Wrath of God
13. Dad Meiks - Frailty

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
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Post by Death Proof » Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:49 pm

Patrick McGroin wrote:
Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:24 pm
13 movies you'd like to see with Nicolas Cage playing one of the characters (name the character)

1. Kylo Ren - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. John Wick - John Wick
3. Franklin - Texas Chainsaw Massacre
4. Indiana Jones
5. Joan Crawford- Mommie Dearest
6. Annie - Annie
7. Heinrich - Possession
8. Nux - Mad Max: Fury Road
9. Darkman
10. The Vulture - Spider-Man: Homecoming
11. Ian Malcolm - Jurassic Park
12. Don Lope de Aguirre - Aguirre, Wrath of God
13. Dad Meiks - Frailty

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"

I have no idea what you're going for here.

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Post by Torgo » Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:05 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
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Post by Wooley » Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:26 pm

Torgo wrote:
Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:05 pm
13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
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Post by Patrick McGroin » Fri Jul 05, 2019 4:53 pm

Death Proof wrote:
Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:49 pm
I have no idea what you're going for here.
That was more of a WTF? moment since I've never heard anyone call a screwdriver a screwgie before. But the other part of that "rang false" could be what Torgo or Wooley said. I also was thinking it could mean a bad line reading but let's not open that subjective can of worms.
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Post by Stu » Fri Jul 05, 2019 5:51 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
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Post by topherH » Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:30 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls- "I like puppy chow, too."
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Post by Torgo » Sat Jul 06, 2019 2:34 am

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
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Post by IPlayTheBlameGame » Sat Jul 06, 2019 6:43 am

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
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Post by Rumpled » Sat Jul 06, 2019 9:03 am

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
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Post by Rumpled » Sat Jul 06, 2019 9:07 am

Torgo wrote:
Sat Jul 06, 2019 2:34 am
13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"


6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
The film did have a loony wizard of oz connection and if i remember he mentions toto

You should have mentioned the guy in the bar talking like daffy duck :D
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Post by Torgo » Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:33 pm

Rumpled wrote:
Sat Jul 06, 2019 9:07 am
The film did have a loony wizard of oz connection and if i remember he mentions toto

You should have mentioned the guy in the bar talking like daffy duck :D
There's also Crispin Glover shouting "I'm making my lunch!" Maybe I should have said the whole movie.
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Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:32 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
9. Avengers 4 - I contend that Steve Rogers complementing his own glutes is not a very Steve Rogers thing to do. unless this is just a sign of the wicked, sinful modern world rubbing off on him
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Post by Popcorn Reviews » Sat Jul 06, 2019 6:57 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
9. Avengers 4 - I contend that Steve Rogers complementing his own glutes is not a very Steve Rogers thing to do. unless this is just a sign of the wicked, sinful modern world rubbing off on him
10. Interstellar - "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space."
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Post by topherH » Sat Jul 06, 2019 8:18 pm

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
9. Avengers 4 - I contend that Steve Rogers complementing his own glutes is not a very Steve Rogers thing to do. unless this is just a sign of the wicked, sinful modern world rubbing off on him
10. Interstellar - "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space."
11. Jason Goes to Hell - the medical guy eating Jason's heart and becoming possessed by Jason. Then getting angry when Kane Hodder called him a pussy dressed in SWAT gear.
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Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Sun Jul 07, 2019 8:49 am

13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
9. Avengers 4 - I contend that Steve Rogers complementing his own glutes is not a very Steve Rogers thing to do. unless this is just a sign of the wicked, sinful modern world rubbing off on him
10. Interstellar - "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space."
11. Jason Goes to Hell - the medical guy eating Jason's heart and becoming possessed by Jason. Then getting angry when Kane Hodder called him a pussy dressed in SWAT gear.
12. Force Awakens - Han Solo decides to confront his unstable murderous son on a narrow, railing-less walkway above a bottomless abyss without having shown any prior suicidal tendencies

(we all knew Ford wanted out of Star Wars but I was like, you don't need to telegraph this to us that hard. maybe more of a "c'monnnnnnn" than a "wtf")
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Torgo wrote:
Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:33 pm
There's also Crispin Glover shouting "I'm making my lunch!" Maybe I should have said the whole movie.

And putting a cockroache on his pooper :D
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13 film moments or lines of dialogue that either rang false or made you think, "WTF?"

1. The one in No Country For Old Men where Chigurh asks the two guys if either of them have a "screwgie"
2. A Better Tomorrow 2 - Ken's speech about how fried rice is like his mother and father
3. Batman Begins: "What about escalation?" (Set up the sequel much?)
4. Pulp Fiction: “Garçon means boy."
5. Showgirls - "I like puppy chow, too."
6. Wild At Heart - Jack Nance talking about how "his dog barks some"
7. Every movie involving faith and science: "As a scientist, I've been trained to believe only in what I can see, hear and touch!".
8. Double Jeopardy (1999) - If your convicted of your husbands death but it turns out he's still alive it's not illegal to kill him again?
9. Avengers 4 - I contend that Steve Rogers complementing his own glutes is not a very Steve Rogers thing to do. unless this is just a sign of the wicked, sinful modern world rubbing off on him
10. Interstellar - "Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends dimensions of time and space."
11. Jason Goes to Hell - the medical guy eating Jason's heart and becoming possessed by Jason. Then getting angry when Kane Hodder called him a pussy dressed in SWAT gear.
12. Force Awakens - Han Solo decides to confront his unstable murderous son on a narrow, railing-less walkway above a bottomless abyss without having shown any prior suicidal tendencies
13. Armageddon - "AJ, I got just five words for you: Damn glad to see you boy!" :roll:


13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
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4. The Nice Guys
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero

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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout

Half of this list will be Shane Black movies, right?
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
8. Tango & Cash
9. Memories of Murder
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
8. Tango & Cash
9. Memories of Murder
10. Men in Black
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
8. Tango & Cash
9. Memories of Murder
10. Men in Black
11. Bad Boys
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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
8. Tango & Cash
9. Memories of Murder
10. Men in Black
11. Bad Boys
12. RIPD

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13 films with a mismatched duo of cops/detectives/investigators

1. Seven
2. The Heat
3. Lethal Weapon
4. The Nice Guys
5. The Last Action Hero
6. Theodore Rex
7. The Last Boy Scout
8. Tango & Cash
9. Memories of Murder
10. Men in Black
11. Bad Boys
12. RIPD
13. Zootopia

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
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13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
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Post by Thief » Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:48 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Captain Terror » Tue Jul 09, 2019 12:50 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:11 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin

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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:21 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Patrick McGroin » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:42 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:48 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett

Shepherds we shall be, for thee, my Lord, for thee.
Power hath descended forth from Thy hand, our feet may swiftly carry out Thy commands.
So we shall flow a river forth to Thee and teeming with souls shall it ever be.
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Captain Terror » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:56 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett
9. Lon Chaney Jr as Chewbacca
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Torgo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 1:57 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett
9. Lon Chaney Jr as Chewbacca
10. Paul Robeson as Lando Calrissian
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Tue Jul 09, 2019 2:11 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett
9. Lon Chaney Jr as Chewbacca
10. Paul Robeson as Lando Calrissian
11. Vincent Price as Emperor Palpatine

Shepherds we shall be, for thee, my Lord, for thee.
Power hath descended forth from Thy hand, our feet may swiftly carry out Thy commands.
So we shall flow a river forth to Thee and teeming with souls shall it ever be.
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 2:27 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett
9. Lon Chaney Jr as Chewbacca
10. Paul Robeson as Lando Calrissian
11. Vincent Price as Emperor Palpatine
12. Billy Barty as Wicket
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Tue Jul 09, 2019 2:40 pm

13 actors that would be cast in a 1940's version of Star Wars

1. Tim Holt as Luke Skywalker
2. Sydney Greenstreet as Jabba the Hutt
3. Cary Grant as Han Solo
4. Priscilla Lane as Leia
5. Laurence Olivier as Grand Moff Tarkin
6. Leslie Howard as C-3PO
7. Ronald Colman (or Alec Guiness) as Obi-Wan
8. John Wayne as Boba Fett
9. Lon Chaney Jr as Chewbacca
10. Paul Robeson as Lando Calrissian
11. Vincent Price as Emperor Palpatine
12. Billy Barty as Wicket
13. William Holden as General Veers


13 actors cast in a 1950's version of Avengers: Endgame

1. Jimmy Cagney as Rocket Raccoon

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So we shall flow a river forth to Thee and teeming with souls shall it ever be.
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Captain Terror » Tue Jul 09, 2019 2:52 pm

13 actors cast in a 1950's version of Avengers: Endgame

1. Jimmy Cagney as Rocket Raccoon
2. Tab Hunter as Captain America
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 2:54 pm

13 actors cast in a 1950's version of Avengers: Endgame

1. Jimmy Cagney as Rocket Raccoon
2. Tab Hunter as Captain America
3. Boris Karloff as Thanos
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Torgo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 3:00 pm

13 actors cast in a 1950's version of Avengers: Endgame

1. Jimmy Cagney as Rocket Raccoon
2. Tab Hunter as Captain America
3. Boris Karloff as Thanos
4. William Holden as Hawkeye
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