Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by timb2, Dec 20, 2018.
Did you know one of the Sleazestacks was a young Bill Laimbeer?
What happened to all the minority munchkins if "Oz The Powerful was the prequel to "The Wizard of Oz"? What happened? Did Hitler escape to Oz or something???
Also in "The Wizard of Oz" ,the Flying Monkeys caught Dorothy and Toto,but Toto escapes the castle and the guards try to get Toto but fail,but the Witch never sends out her Air Attack(The Flying Monkeys) to go retrieve Toto again. If the Witch sends them, she would have never had to worry about The Scarecrow,The Tinman,and The Lion finding the castle.
Yes, I did know Bill Laimbeer was in the show.
THIS!!!! I need answers!!!!! Not that I want to kill roadrunners, but a steady stream of money to buy all those Acme products sounds pretty darned good.
Yes, used to love that show.
Gomer Pyle was meant to be a comedy and lighthearted, they didn't want to touch on any issues involved with warfare/the war.
Am a big fan of the Warriors, memory may be a bit cloudy on this but Fox wanted to be the war chief in Swan's place and was more trouble than he was worth. They wrote him out of the movie by killing him...…..Actually had to go look that up and here it is...
"Fox first appeared in the 1979 film The Warriors, in which he was portrayed by American actor Thomas G. Waites. In the film's original script, Fox was one of the most prominent characters in the film, developing a romance with Mercy and leading The Warriors back to Coney Island while Swan was kidnapped by a rival gang. Waites and director Walter Hill often argued during production; this combined with Waites' lack of on-screen chemistry with Mercy's actor Deborah Van Valkenburgh, led to Waites leaving The Warriors during production. Waites was then replaced by an unknown stunt double, as the character of Fox was killed off; Fox's leading role and his romance with Mercy was relocated to the character of Swan, due to Swan's actor Michael Beck and Van Valkenburgh having good on-screen chemistry. As a result of Waites leaving, he was not listed in the end credits of The Warriors"
What the hell is Disney doing with Star Wars?
He sure wasn't selling pelts. Maybe he got rich off YouTube videos?
The Shawshank guard was brutal and unchecked by his superior. He did it because he could. I don't recall if they said what the fat man was in for, but it was irrelevant.
They originally intended for Halloween to be an anthology of different horror movies and tried to start another story in Halloween 3. It confused moviegoers who associated it with Michael Myers, and they quickly dashed the idea, bringing back the Shape in subsequent films.
The ending is very ambiguous. It's been quite some time since I've seen it, but I remember coming away with the feeling that Bateman was insane and had done none of the murders. I believe the filmmakers were asked about it in an interview, where they stated they didn't mean to leave the ending so open ended...that in their mind he was a serial killer.
Why in the movie "Dodgeball" does Average Joe's welcome back the Pirate Guy after he deserted them. They just made a load of money and he pulled an Antonio Brown on them. Why let him back in with Good Graces?? The Pirate Guy only came back when they won the Championship.
How come no one on "The Jeffersons" not notice that Lionel has changed? Is it a situation like George Foreman naming all his sons George?
Who on Gilligan's Island was hooking up with each other???
Or Lloyd Braun on Seinfeld..weird how they can't make a minor character like that work. Can't imagine it would be about money
I thought so
Huh, never woulda taken that angle wo reading that. Thank Denim