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Zepvsblimp20web

18th Dec 2020, 12:00 AM in The Zeppelin Will Rise Again
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Ariane Eldar 16th Dec 2020, 11:42 AM
Ariane Eldar
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Theater Of The Bloody Tongue

Ariane's Private Place
Ariane Eldar 16th Dec 2020, 11:45 AM
Ariane Eldar
Those amphetamines' name is a reference to a famous movie, but you already guessed that, rightie-right? Oh, that note. Pfffft, this was just a lousy-lousy trick of Psycho-Ginger making us believe she wouldn't come to the trade show, some people can't fight fair!

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Zero Hour 18th Dec 2020, 12:15 AM
Zero Hour
Wine with drugs probably don't mix well... Peter's gonna get a killer hangover i bet
Ariane Eldar 18th Dec 2020, 8:54 AM
Ariane Eldar
Hihi, I have drugs to solve that problem, too, darling.
Microraptor 18th Dec 2020, 12:57 AM
Microraptor
I get the Jekyll & Hyde reference in general.
But which one of the probably dozens of film adaptions?
(I mean, certainly there are some that are more famous than others, but...)
Stilldown 18th Dec 2020, 8:50 AM
Stilldown
The most famous one from the year of horror classics, 1932. Frederic March wasn't the first one to play Hyde (I think I've watched four of the silent versions made before this talkie, including the Stan Laurel spoof,) but he defined the iconic character in a way that Karloff recreated Frankenstein and Lugosi Dracula. Interesting enough, the later version with Spencer Tracy copies many scenes from the march version, but Tracy fails in the Hyde part.

PS: The second movie reference on this page is Johnny Weissmüller as Tarzan.
Microraptor 18th Dec 2020, 2:01 PM
Microraptor
- There was a Jekyll & Hyde spoof with Stan Laurel!?
(Interesting - bit of internet research reveals that it was apparently shortly before he teamed up with Oliver Hardy.)

- Ah yes, the famous Tarzan cry, now I see it!
Stilldown 18th Dec 2020, 4:59 PM
Stilldown
Laurel did a huge number of movies before he teamed up with Hardy, but most of them weren't really remarkable, although there were notable examples, like the Hyde movie and a very early prison break movie. (I think the same can be said about the Hardy movies before Laurel, although I liked the stoneage one.)
lirvilas 18th Dec 2020, 6:28 PM
lirvilas
huh, seems like a good coffee additive

also, it might actually explain some of the behavior I've seen on the highways around here
Ariane Eldar 18th Dec 2020, 8:20 PM
Ariane Eldar
Pfffft, coffee additive? Maybe we can make a deal... I have to speak-speak a few words with Donna anyway.