Movie Trivia: A Boy and His Dog

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  1. Close_Hauled

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    In the 1975 award winning film, based on a novella by the same name; What did the boy (Don Johnson) and his dog ("Tiger" on The Brady Bunch) decide to do with the girl (Susanne Benton)?
     
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    Eat her
     
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    I don't know why, but I knew that you would know! :D
     
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    Who could forget that movie ;)
     
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    Uhmm, what movie would that be?
     
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    Ah *smacks his head a few times* I didn't pick up on that! I guess becuase I've never heard of it before.
     
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    Me either. Drat!
     
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    It's one of those movies that you gotta see. It's a cult classic. Just bizzare.
     
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    Like Killer Klowns from Outer Space?

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095444/
     
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    Damnnation alley now there is a real cultural masterpiece almost as bad as killer clowns from outerspace. But not as bad as a boy and his dog. :p
     
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    I prefer the highbrow type movies. "Airplane" for example.
     

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    Awe! Now COME ON! Now my feelings are really hurt. :'( What about "Barbarella". Surely you have to agree that that is the cinematic masterpiece of ALL TIME!! :D
     
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    Well I will have to fess-up. Barbarelle was a masterpiece :cool: ;)
     
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    Jane Fonda anyway.
     
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    She did have some atributes ^^ but I never really did like her.
     
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    Barbarella was one of the main inspirations for Austin Powers, did you know?
     
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    Austin Powers. Hummm.
     

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    Right. Groovy, baby.
     

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    That is much better!! :D
     
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    I was only kidding! No more "Barbaralla" posts! Please! Oh, the humanity! :'(
     
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    How about Mel Brooks' classics: Spaceballs or History of The World, Part 1?
     
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    Has anyone watched the movie: Flubber ?
     
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