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#51 Post by Steel Frog » 02 Feb 2006, 15:44

alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Great cameo, not a great film...which probably defines a great cameo:

Kevin Bacon, Novocaine.

Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
How about Frank in Cannonball Run II.
You know what that film should be called? Cannonball Run II...if Frank Sinatra Says It's OK.
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#52 Post by alan smithee » 02 Feb 2006, 15:46

Steel Frog wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Great cameo, not a great film...which probably defines a great cameo:

Kevin Bacon, Novocaine.

Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
How about Frank in Cannonball Run II.
You know what that film should be called? Cannonball Run II...if Frank Sinatra Says It's OK.
:rollsupwindow:
Now that's an emoticon we need.
:green:

(and a brighty, shiny :D for both of you)
:rollsupwindow:
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#53 Post by JJ » 02 Feb 2006, 15:51

alan smithee wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Great cameo, not a great film...which probably defines a great cameo:

Kevin Bacon, Novocaine.

Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
How about Frank in Cannonball Run II.
You know what that film should be called? Cannonball Run II...if Frank Sinatra Says It's OK.
:rollsupwindow:
Now that's an emoticon we need.
:green:

(and a brighty, shiny :D for both of you)
:rollsupwindow:
F*ckin' limeys.
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#54 Post by Agrajag » 02 Feb 2006, 17:52

Steel Frog wrote:Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
Also Arnold in the newer version....
JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote::rollsupwindow:
Now that's an emoticon we need.
You read that capsicum... get on it!
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#55 Post by capsicum » 02 Feb 2006, 19:45

JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Great cameo, not a great film...which probably defines a great cameo:

Kevin Bacon, Novocaine.

Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
How about Frank in Cannonball Run II.
You know what that film should be called? Cannonball Run II...if Frank Sinatra Says It's OK.
:rollsupwindow:
Now that's an emoticon we need.
Ask and ye shall recieve. Sorry it took so long.


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#56 Post by JJ » 02 Feb 2006, 20:04

capsicum wrote:
JJ wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:
JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:Great cameo, not a great film...which probably defines a great cameo:

Kevin Bacon, Novocaine.

Some of the most shameless and historically worthless cameos can be found in the original Around the World in Eighty Days. "Hey, it's Frank Sinatra".
How about Frank in Cannonball Run II.
You know what that film should be called? Cannonball Run II...if Frank Sinatra Says It's OK.
:rollsupwindow:
Now that's an emoticon we need.
Ask and ye shall recieve. Sorry it took so long.


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Wow. wd. The scene we were thinking about is probably impossible within the limited scope of emotiworld, but this seems better.

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#57 Post by capsicum » 02 Feb 2006, 20:06

I couldn't figure out how to make the whole limo interior thing work... so I just went with the side view.

Trying to make it a little smoother... we'll see.
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#58 Post by JJ » 02 Feb 2006, 20:09

capsicum wrote:I couldn't figure out how to make the whole limo interior thing work... so I just went with the side view.

Trying to make it a little smoother... we'll see.
Maybe the driver could be holding a copy of Yes I Can if Frank Sinatra says it's OK.
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#59 Post by Steel Frog » 03 Feb 2006, 09:37

JJ wrote:
capsicum wrote:I couldn't figure out how to make the whole limo interior thing work... so I just went with the side view.

Trying to make it a little smoother... we'll see.
Maybe the driver could be holding a copy of Yes I Can if Frank Sinatra says it's OK.
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#60 Post by Middle » 06 Nov 2006, 07:05

Reviving this thread (if it's even worth it)...

Chuck Norris and David Hasselhof in Dodgeball. The movie was pretty stupid, buth those cameos were great...
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#61 Post by TK421 » 06 Nov 2006, 07:15

m1ddle wrote:Reviving this thread (if it's even worth it)...

Chuck Norris and David Hasselhof in Dodgeball. The movie was pretty stupid, buth those cameos were great...
Don't forget Lance Armstrong.

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#62 Post by Middle » 06 Nov 2006, 07:19

TK421 wrote:
m1ddle wrote:Reviving this thread (if it's even worth it)...

Chuck Norris and David Hasselhof in Dodgeball. The movie was pretty stupid, buth those cameos were great...
Don't forget Lance Armstrong.
True, forgot about him, but his cameo wasn't as random as the other two. Lance actually ahd something to say, and basically had a part in the 'story'.
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#63 Post by sldawgs » 06 Nov 2006, 07:29

Sammy Davis, Jr. had a cameo in Diamonds Are Forever, but it was cut, probably because he was playing craps and some guy comes up and points out Bond to him and he remarks about his looks or something, just seemed contrived to get Sammy Davis, Jr. on screen.
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#64 Post by TK421 » 06 Nov 2006, 07:31

The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.

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#65 Post by Middle » 06 Nov 2006, 07:42

TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
Well, uhm....he was in the backseat.... :doh:
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#66 Post by You Know, for Kids » 06 Nov 2006, 07:55

TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
"Hey, NPH wouldn't do that, all right?"
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#67 Post by TK421 » 06 Nov 2006, 08:01

You Know, for Kids wrote:
TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
"Hey, NPH wouldn't do that, all right?"
WWNPHD?

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#68 Post by Batman » 06 Nov 2006, 12:00

TK421 wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
"Hey, NPH wouldn't do that, all right?"
WWNPHD?
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#69 Post by TK421 » 06 Nov 2006, 12:10

Batman wrote:
TK421 wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
"Hey, NPH wouldn't do that, all right?"
WWNPHD?
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#70 Post by Middle » 07 Nov 2006, 00:14

Batman wrote:
TK421 wrote:
You Know, for Kids wrote:
TK421 wrote:The Neil Patrick Harris cameo in Harold & Kumar seems a little more odd today.
"Hey, NPH wouldn't do that, all right?"
WWNPHD?
Does the first "W" stand for "What" or "Who"?

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