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The Cartoon Quote Game...

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

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    Hint: Little guy, big mustache, rabbit's recurring adversary.
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    I didn't want this easy one go unguessed.
    It's Yosemite Sam from Hare Lift.
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    Right again, Salty. Good job. :). You get to step up again.
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    Thanks

    "What a strange-looking creature. Mmm, look at those beady little eyes, and that "purrposterous" chin, and those "rickydickorous" striped py-jamas!"
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    Hint: I got the idea for this quote because the live action version just came out.
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    I thought someone would have got it by now.

    Last Hint: This character lives in the woods thats about 100 acres big.

    Google should also work.
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    Hah, I was actually watching that video yesterday, after seeing the live action version.
    It's Tigger from "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day." Tigger sees his reflection in Pooh's mirror, and isn't sure what it is.
    This gag is redone a bit in "Christopher Robin" the live action version which just recently came out in which Tigger tries to go after his reflection in the rear view mirror of a taxi cab.
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    Yes, that is correct!
    I heard the movie is really good.
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    Indeed, it is very good. I'm just glad that they got Cummings to voice Tigger after all. (originally, he was just going to be voicing Pooh.) Eeyore steals almost every scene he's in though.
    "Well doggone. Newlyweds. Uh oh, the mother-in-law."
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    Ah, I know this one but I don't think I can come up with a quote. Not while I'm traveling. If no one posts an answer, then I'll go ahead and post.
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    Ok, it's the narrator from The First Bad Man.
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    Correct, Saltyboot. The caveman is dragging home his new bride--and she's dragging along her mother.
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    Thanks. I will pass my turn to whoever wants it.
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    I'll take it. I have a good one for today.

    "When I get home, I shall write a book about this place.....If I ever do get home."
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    Hint: She takes an unbooked journey down a rabbit hole.
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    I don't know why no one got this when the hint was a no-brainer. So here's the last hint:

    Later, she went through the looking glass.
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    Well, this has to be Lewis Carroll's Alice Through The Looking Glass, most likely done by Walt Disney Pictures, since Walt seems to have had a fixation of sorts on Alice. Disney Studios also made a mixed-media series of Alice's adventures.
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    Yes, it was from Disney's "Alice In Wonderland." Good job, OUB. :). You have control of the board.
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    Nice. :) Now, here's a character that doesn't seem cut out for a Bond One-Liner, but delivers one anyway:

    "Pauvre, pauvre pussycat. C'est la guerre." Translation: "Poor, poor pussycat. Such is war."
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    Nibbles from "The Two Mouseketeers." Tom actually gets guillotined at the end of this short for failing to protect the king's banquet from Jerry and Nibbles.
    Nibbles sadly remarks upon this--but then quickly shrugs it off and marches cheerfully onwards with Jerry.
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