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« Reply #60: June 04, 2007, 10:54:23 pm »

LOL! I wonder how many people caught that reference?

I wonder how many takes it took Corey to get it in a straight voice.
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« Reply #61: June 05, 2007, 07:17:13 am »

LOL! I wonder how many people caught that reference?

There were quite a few letters the following week.  There was also a gag article about ringtones in NYC.  Somewhere there is a whole page of the stuff they've done on April Firsts over the years.

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« Reply #62: June 05, 2007, 01:00:42 pm »


Check and see if your library has it. Longshot, but you never know.

They don't.  I've looked before.  Thanks for the suggestion, though.   Cheesy

I don't know if this will help, but Lincoln trails has it.  Of course, I don't believe either Danville or Urbana will interlibrary loan it, but other libraries do interlibrary loan videos.

Mine doesn't.  But again, a good thought.  Smiley  I figure one day I'll meet someone hereabouts who owns it and would be cool enough to lend it to me.   Grin

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« Reply #63: June 05, 2007, 02:08:09 pm »

Mine doesn't.  But again, a good thought.  Smiley  I figure one day I'll meet someone hereabouts who owns it and would be cool enough to lend it to me.   Grin

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You could always just read. "Make Room Make Room", by Harry Harrison.  That's the book the movie comes from.
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You could always just read. "Make Room Make Room", by Harry Harrison.  That's the book the movie comes from.

Excellent!  I didn't even realize it was based on a book (which, I recognize was stupid of me, since a lotta the really campy old sci-fi movies from back in the day were based on slightly-to-tremendously better books  Cheesy ).

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