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selvin Jan 31, 2008 3:11 PM

I was so far in left field I was thinking of "Born Free."

Aloha

Trojansoc Jan 31, 2008 4:46 PM

A great photo, but I don't think I would have gotten this one

Paul

calr Jan 31, 2008 7:13 PM

Has Cats been made into a movie. I have seen the touring stage production which was outstanding. I also have a video (purchased) of one of their performances. Not sure about a movie, however.

Cal


Bynx Jan 31, 2008 7:19 PM

Cats the Musical is available on DVD only. I dont believe it was ever released as a movie. It was shot over a month in the London theatre and does a good job if you ever saw the play live.

tigerwings1st Jan 31, 2008 7:33 PM

"Dead Cats Dont Wear Stripes." What?! Is that really a movie title? So you're the movie buff? Hey, what's the matter with Steve Martin!

I enjoy all of you guy's sense of humor. :lol:


flutelady Jan 31, 2008 7:54 PM

Great photo of "Cats" :cool:

Bynx Jan 31, 2008 9:04 PM

tigerwings1st wrote:
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"Dead Cats Dont Wear Stripes." What?! Is that really a movie title? So you're the movie buff? Hey, what's the matter with Steve Martin!

I enjoy all of you guy's sense of humor. :lol:

Dead Men Dont Wear Plaid doesnt quite fit the picture. As for Steve Martin, there is nothing wrong with him that 15 years of holidays on some remote Greek Island wouldnt help. Im not a movie buff. But my head is chock full of useless information. But I cant find my glasses. Go figure.

tigerwings1st Jan 31, 2008 10:15 PM

Dead Men Dont Wear Plaid - LOL , I knew that sounded familiar.

Alan T Feb 1, 2008 12:06 AM

Bynx wrote:
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..I try not to think of Steve Martin...
What? Not even "The man with two brains", the only film worthy of standing alongside "Young Frankenstein" (Mel Brooks)?

"Roxanne"? A town-warming tale? Wth real science & a tribute to real literature?

Sadly, I don't have ready photographic access to two brains in jars, or any burning buildings. I bet you could have, if you tried, Bynx!

Bynx Feb 1, 2008 6:58 AM

Alan, my appreciation of humor comes from Laurel & Hardy (I have 97 of their 105 movies), Buster Keaton (I have most of his movies), Harold Lloyd (since he kept his films to himself and his daughter only recently released them, I only have about 20 of his movies), Charlie Chaplin (I own most of his better films), the likes of Steve Martin fall far short. I have 3 Amigos but prefer to see Martin Short and Chevy Chase. I have to admit that Martin was ok as the singing Egyptian on SNL.


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