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Desc:Andy Griffith in 'Rustler's Rhapsody' Farewell, Matlock.
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:Faggot, Andy Griffith, Rustlers Rhapsody
Submitted:Binro the Heretic
Date:07/10/12
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Jet Bin Fever
We giggled so much when a kid read that line out of The Prince and the Pauper.
John Holmes Motherfucker
My high school English class went to a big movie theater with a lot of kids from a lot of different local schools. It was a big rowdy crowd of kids, and we were there to see the American Film Theater's production of Harold Pinter's The Homecoming.

The film begins. An old man and a younger man are sitting in a living room. There's a long Harold Pinter pause. The old man looks up.

"Give me a fag. I'll have a fag."

Pandemonium!

BHWW
an old favorite, with Tom Berenger as a hero straight out of a 30's "singing cowboy" b-western who shoots guns out of villains' hands and has been through the whole b-western plot so often he's figured out what going to happen as soon as he ends up in yet another town menaced by a rapacious cattle baron (who has a huge herd you always hear but never get to see)

-also the part where he tries to order a glass of milk at a local saloon and gets a bunch of stares.
"Is this one of those really tough bars? Then let me have a large glass of warm gin with a human hair in it."

-and Griffith's cattle baron resorting to hiring out-of-town killers straight out of a spaghetti western.
Caminante Nocturno
It's okay, he's old. Old people say things like this.
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