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Discussion in 'Free-For-All' started by MrCleveland, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. emeraldisle

    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    OUB, you're right on all counts. It's Peppermint Patty and Marcie, all right. Good job. :). Next quote's all yours.
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    Sweet, that was a nice quote to aim at. :D I hope this one is nearly as worthy:

    "A cornered mouse never fights."
    "Don't you believe it!"
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    One of my favorites,from Tom and Jerry's "Mouse Trouble". The first line is from the "Random Mouse" book "How to Catch a Mouse", the second is from Tom, once he finds out the book isn't entirely accurate.
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    That is precisely where the quote comes from, Bill. Splendid memory, and very well spelled out the particulars. It harkens to the wartime adage "Don't you believe it" about Nazi super-weapons.
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    Cool,I knew that booming "don't you believe it" was probably a WWII reference, never knew what they were referring to.This next quote comes at the conclusion of a somewhat offbeat sequence---"Well,there actually was such a case in Venezuela!"
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    This was the first appearance of an animal whose biggest ambition was to be someone's pet, whether they liked it or not.
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    Got it. It's Charlie Dog, from "Little Orphan Airedale."
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    You certainly do have it,emeraldisle.Charlie had moved in with Porky Pig after telling him he was pregnant(!), only to slip up by giving Porky his name. The quote was Charlie's reply while being tossed out the door.Very subtle gag, but you could tell what they were talking about.Next one's yours.
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    Thanks, Bill. Today, I offer these quotes:

    "Don't hurt him, boys. He's got a movie to make."

    "I ain't makin' nothin' with you!"
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    I instantly recognize the cigar-chomping Bad Boss Pinky, voiced by the late Sorrell Booke, who is The Dragon to the Grand Duke, speaking the first line. The reply comes from Chanticleer the rooster, voiced by the late Glen Campbell, refusing to cooperate with such an unscrupulous liar that'd keep Chanticleer's old friends from meeting him. From Don Bluth's mixed medium feature Rock-A-Doodle.
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    OUB, you struck gold again. Good job. :). Step up, and post again.
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    Delightful. :) And since I've been playing a version of Doom that swaps out the various monsters, here's a quote when one lesser adversary bites the dust:

    "Adios, you chicken-pluckin' little stinker!"
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    Foghorn Leghorn escaping the weasel in "Weasel While You Work."
    Also, so that's why Porky got so pissed when Charlie mentioned his name in "Little Orphan Airdale" I was too young to get the joke (and I haven't seen that short in ages) so I always wondered what Porky had against the name Charlie...
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    Absolutely correct, this is Foggy thinking he's given the slip to one hungry, demented weasel. Hungry to the point of "eat it first, identify it later." Well done, Glowworm. :)
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    "Enter, oh seeker of knowledge. THAT'S YOU, FATHEAD!"
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    That's Bugs Bunny pretending to be Swami Rabbitini, from "Bowery Bugs." Never expected Mr. Blanc to use such a deep voice.
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    Correct--always giggled at that bit as a kid.
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    Thanks, Glowworm. Now even though it's a bit ahead of schedule, how about this quote?:

    "Meet my new friend, Mr. Feng."
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    Hint: The protagonist of a sequel that opens tomorrow.
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    Okay, I cheated and sniffed through the coming attractions section of IMDb. This must be Surly the purple squirrel from The Nut Job 2. How come people aren't going haywire about a purple squirrel?

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