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#26 Post by plaxii » 14 May 2003, 10:13

well the pics are

mathew mchanhe(wow did i sell that wrong)
meatloaf
antoniop banderez
?
drew barrymore
dont know
dont knwow
harrison ford
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#27 Post by JJ » 14 May 2003, 10:13

Gren wrote:
jeremiahs johnson wrote:Both that and Anna Nicole Smith were (rather lame) attempts at humor.
I guessed that. That's why I was "humoring" you. :D
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#28 Post by Gren » 14 May 2003, 10:16

plaxii wrote:mathew mchanhe(wow did i sell that wrong)
You spelled that so wrong it even sounded like a different person.
Lionel Hutz, aka Miguel Sanchez, aka Dr. Nguyen van Thoc, was paid $8 for his 32 hours of babysitting.

He was glad to get it.

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#29 Post by Gren » 14 May 2003, 10:17

Well as much as I'd like to stay here all night I've got to go home in a minute so if you've any guesses or anything try them now cos I won't be back till tomorrow.
Lionel Hutz, aka Miguel Sanchez, aka Dr. Nguyen van Thoc, was paid $8 for his 32 hours of babysitting.

He was glad to get it.

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#30 Post by JJ » 14 May 2003, 10:17

plaxii wrote:well the pics are

mathew mchanhe(wow did i sell that wrong)
meatloaf
antoniop banderez
?
drew barrymore
dont know
dont knwow
harrison ford
I think #1 is Vinnie Jones and #7 Billy Crudup...
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#31 Post by plaxii » 14 May 2003, 10:19

Matthew McConaughey much better :)
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#32 Post by JJ » 14 May 2003, 10:19

And #6 is Christina Pickles. So there we are, I guess.
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#33 Post by plaxii » 14 May 2003, 10:20

good call on vinny jones

my bad
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#34 Post by plaxii » 14 May 2003, 10:22

so to recap

vinny jones
meatloaf
antonio banderez
?
drew barrymore
Christina Pickles
billy crudup
harrison ford
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#35 Post by luke_os » 14 May 2003, 10:24

plaxii wrote:so to recap

vinny jones
meatloaf
antonio banderez
?
drew barrymore
Christina Pickles
billy crudup
harrison ford
None of them sound like their birth names to me. But I dont know.

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#36 Post by plaxii » 14 May 2003, 10:26

and what the hell do any of them have to do with being john malkovich?
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#37 Post by alan smithee » 14 May 2003, 11:13

luke_os wrote:
plaxii wrote:so to recap

vinny jones
meatloaf
antonio banderez
?
drew barrymore
Christina Pickles
billy crudup
harrison ford
None of them sound like their birth names to me. But I dont know.
FWIW: the first three names are slightly misspelled:
Vinnie Jones
Meat Loaf
Antonio Banderas

real names (thanks, IMDb):
Vincent Peter Jones
Marvin Lee Aday Jr. (sometimes credited as Michael Lee Aday)
José Antonio Domínguez Banderas
Drew Blythe Barrymore (the family name was, of course, once Blythe)
Christine Pickles
Billy Crudup
Harrison Ford (sometimes credited as Harrison J. Ford; IIRC he wanted to "spice up" his name)

I don't see any pattern in their birthdays. Perhaps they have (pairwise?) common costars or have all played similar roles...
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#38 Post by luke_os » 14 May 2003, 11:38

Random thought?

What about Shakespeare?

Christina was in Romeo + Juliet.
Being John Malkovich had a bit of Shakespeare in it.
I dont know about the others. Just a thought

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#39 Post by alan smithee » 14 May 2003, 11:45

Miscellanea:

Meat Loaf was in Crazy in Alabama (http://us.imdb.com/Details?0142201), which was directed by Antonio Banderas.

Spike Jonze directed Being John Malkovich. Jonze = Jones.
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#40 Post by snotball » 14 May 2003, 12:05

Are you sure #1 isn't Luke Wilson?
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#41 Post by Ze » 14 May 2003, 12:07

snotball wrote:Are you sure #1 isn't Luke Wilson?
It's Vinnie Jones...without a doubt


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#42 Post by snotball » 14 May 2003, 12:10

Well, you do have a point there.
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#43 Post by gentle » 14 May 2003, 12:15

luke_os wrote:Random thought?

What about Shakespeare?

Christina was in Romeo + Juliet.
Being John Malkovich had a bit of Shakespeare in it.
I dont know about the others. Just a thought
"Meat Loaf had many adventures over the next couple of years included touring the States with the National Lampoon Road Show, playing the priest in 'Rockabye Hamlet' (a rock version of Hamlet)"
"Magic is the first and last religion of the world. It has the power to make us whole, to open our eyes to the Dominions, and return us to ourselves. We are born divided, and long for union. We're joined to everything that was, is and will be. From one end of the Imajica to the other."

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#44 Post by Coco » 14 May 2003, 12:17

I think it was proffesor plum with the leda piping in the library. Oh hang on wrong game

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#45 Post by gentle » 14 May 2003, 12:21

gentle wrote:
luke_os wrote:Random thought?

What about Shakespeare?

Christina was in Romeo + Juliet.
Being John Malkovich had a bit of Shakespeare in it.
I dont know about the others. Just a thought
"Meat Loaf had many adventures over the next couple of years included touring the States with the National Lampoon Road Show, playing the priest in 'Rockabye Hamlet' (a rock version of Hamlet)"

Never Been Kissed
There's a stinky subplot here that involves Josie (Drew Barrymore) slowly falling for a Shakespeare teacher.
"Magic is the first and last religion of the world. It has the power to make us whole, to open our eyes to the Dominions, and return us to ourselves. We are born divided, and long for union. We're joined to everything that was, is and will be. From one end of the Imajica to the other."

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#46 Post by alan smithee » 14 May 2003, 12:24

gentle wrote:
gentle wrote:
luke_os wrote:Random thought?

What about Shakespeare?

Christina was in Romeo + Juliet.
Being John Malkovich had a bit of Shakespeare in it.
I dont know about the others. Just a thought
"Meat Loaf had many adventures over the next couple of years included touring the States with the National Lampoon Road Show, playing the priest in 'Rockabye Hamlet' (a rock version of Hamlet)"

Never Been Kissed
There's a stinky subplot here that involves Josie (Drew Barrymore) slowly falling for a Shakespeare teacher.
Assuming this Shakespeare thread is right (which I somewhat doubt, as where the hell can you go with H Ford?), we'll need more to narrow down who "?" is... Unless it is Laurence Olivier -- I hear that he was in a version of Hamlet. :)
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#47 Post by gentle » 14 May 2003, 12:28

alan smithee wrote:
gentle wrote:
gentle wrote:
luke_os wrote:Random thought?

What about Shakespeare?

Christina was in Romeo + Juliet.
Being John Malkovich had a bit of Shakespeare in it.
I dont know about the others. Just a thought
"Meat Loaf had many adventures over the next couple of years included touring the States with the National Lampoon Road Show, playing the priest in 'Rockabye Hamlet' (a rock version of Hamlet)"

Never Been Kissed
There's a stinky subplot here that involves Josie (Drew Barrymore) slowly falling for a Shakespeare teacher.
Assuming this Shakespeare thread is right (which I somewhat doubt, as where the hell can you go with H Ford?), we'll need more to narrow down who "?" is... Unless it is Laurence Olivier -- I hear that he was in a version of Hamlet. :)
I think you are right, the whole Shakespeare thing is very tenuous to say the least. Nothing else stands out at the moment :(
"Magic is the first and last religion of the world. It has the power to make us whole, to open our eyes to the Dominions, and return us to ourselves. We are born divided, and long for union. We're joined to everything that was, is and will be. From one end of the Imajica to the other."

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#48 Post by Coco » 14 May 2003, 12:57

Ok Being John Malchovich, whats so special about it.

Puppetering
Spike Jones directed it
Charlie Kauffman wrote it
John Cussak
Cameron Diaz
John Malchovich

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#49 Post by Nunis » 14 May 2003, 13:57

Wow this is wicked hard. Just to confirm though, #1 is 110% Vinnie Jones. Trust me.

Anyway, Shakespeare? Remember now Gren doesn't read books, so I dunno about that. Shakespeare might not be his thing. I don't even know who this Christine person is. Anyone? ("IMDb? Me? Come on, I'm lazy.")

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#50 Post by alan smithee » 14 May 2003, 13:58

Coco wrote:Ok Being John Malchovich, whats so special about it.

Puppetering
Spike Jones directed it
Charlie Kauffman wrote it
John Cussak
Cameron Diaz
John Malchovich
several people playing themselves (e.g., Charlie "Machine" Sheen)
It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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