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Name this movie.

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Spoiler!


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'Emma' (1996)
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Saw your discussion of sirens with Ken F.

You didn't ask and maybe it has either already been guessed or merely pointed out earlier in this thread. But I always assumed your siren pic is from:

MASH (1970)
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'Emma' (1996)
From left to right that's Alan Cumming, Juliet Stevenson, Polly Walker and Ewan McGregor.

Review: Emma (1996).

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Saw your discussion of sirens with Ken F.

You didn't ask and maybe it has either already been guessed or merely pointed out earlier in this thread. But I always assumed your siren pic is from:

MASH (1970)
I just found it on wikipedia under Civil Defense Siren: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_defense_siren

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Name that movie:

Answer:

Spoiler!




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Elementary. It's Murder By Decree. Directed by Bob Clark of Black Christmas, Porky's and A Christmas Story fame.
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Elementary. It's Murder By Decree. Directed by Bob Clark of Black Christmas, Porky's and A Christmas Story fame.
When you have eliminated all other tweedy Christopher Plummer roles, only the correct one remains!

Review: Murder by Decree (1979).

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The Ongoing "Name That Movie" Contest

I started watching that recently, as well as the George C. Scott one. Stayed to the end of "The Seven Percent Solution" (Nick Meyer book, and script IIRC, Herbert Ross film) as it held fond memories from childhood. Alan Arkin as Sigmund Freud - classic!

Trivia question, boys and girls ... name a Plummer film in which he stood next to an actor to play Red Jack in another film. Bonus question: further Jack the Ripper tie in with that film.



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I started watching that recently, as well as the George C. Scott one. Stayed to the end of "7 Percent Solution" (Nick Meyer book, Herbert Ross film) as it held fond memories from childhood. Alan Arkin as Sigmund Freud - classic!

Trivia question, boys and girls ... name a Plummer film in which he stood next to an actor to play Red Jack in another fiml. Bonus question: further Jack the Ripper tie in with that film.
Clarify please: you're asking for a film where Christopher Plummer stood next to an actor who played Jack the Ripper in another film?

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When you have eliminated all other tweedy Christopher Plummer roles, only the correct one remains!
My thinking exactly.
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I started watching that recently, as well as the George C. Scott one. Stayed to the end of "7 Percent Solution" (Nick Meyer book, Herbert Ross film) as it held fond memories from childhood. Alan Arkin as Sigmund Freud - classic!
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Trivia question, boys and girls ... name a Plummer film in which he stood next to an actor to play Red Jack in another film. Bonus question: further Jack the Ripper tie in with that film.


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Clarify please: you're asking for a film where Christopher Plummer stood next to an actor who played Jack the Ripper in another film?



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Yessir.


Oh, wait .. there's a Sherlock Holmes reference in that film as well.


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A hint: "I'll bet you wish you'd stood up in bed."


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A hint: "I'll bet you wish you'd stood up in bed."
That's a quote from McCoy in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country which had Christopher Plummer in it, but I still don't get your original clue.


EDIT: AH! David Warner played Jack in Time After Time. He played a Klingon in Star Trek VI. Gotcha.
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The Ongoing "Name That Movie" Contest

Yep. Christopher Plummer was Sherlock in Bill's clue, and General Chang , with David Warner as the Klingon Chancellor Lincoln-lookalike .. in ST VI, co-written and directed by Nicholas Meyer, who wrote and directed ... Time After Time which starred Warner as Jack the Ripper, chased to 1980 by his friend H. G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell in one of his least appreciated roles). Previously Meyer wrote "The Seven Percent Solution" which posited Dr. Watson (Robert Duvall; don't laugh, he was good) conspiring to bring his friend Holmes to Sigmund Freud (Alan Arkin) to cure his cocaine addiction. In the film version directed by Herbert Ross, Holmes (Nicol Williamson, a great Holmes IMHO) utters the well-known adage, "Eliminate the impossible and whatever remains, however improbable, must be ... the truth."

Spoke utters this phrase in ST VI, attributing it to "one of my ancestors," suggesting that in the fictional Star Trek universe, his human mother Amanda is a descendent of Sherlock Holmes.

Is your head spinning yet? Buckle up and strap in ... in the second season ST TOS episode "Wolf in the Fold," written by Robert Bloch, an entity that's seemingly responsible for mass murders of women on various planetary bodies, is identified as "Red Jack," or Jack the Ripper.

Enjoy the weekend, guys. Better yet, cue up a few of these for some fun-filled fantasy home theater viewing. The ST TOS episode is better than your memory may allow, effectively scary in parts.


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Yep. Christopher Plummer was Sherlock in Bill's clue, and General Chang , with David Warner as the Klingon Chancellor Lincoln-lookalike .. in ST VI, co-written and directed by Nicholas Meyer, who wrote and directed ... Time After Time which starred Warner as Jack the Ripper, chased to 1980 by his friend H. G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell in one of his least appreciated roles). Previously Meyer wrote "The Seven Percent Solution" which posited Dr. Watson (Robert Duvall; don't laugh, he was good) conspiring to bring his friend Holmes to Sigmund Freud (Alan Arkin) to cure his cocaine addiction. In the film version directed by Herbert Ross, Holmes (Nicol Williamson, a great Holmes IMHO) utters the well-known adage, "Eliminate the impossible and whatever remains, however improbable, must be ... the truth."

Spoke utters this phrase in ST VI, attributing it to "one of my ancestors," suggesting that in the fictional Star Trek universe, his human mother Amanda is a descendent of Sherlock Holmes.

Is your head spinning yet? Buckle up and strap in ... in the second season ST TOS episode "Wolf in the Fold," written by Robert Bloch, an entity that's seemingly responsible for mass murders of women on various planetary bodies, is identified as "Red Jack," or Jack the Ripper.

Enjoy the weekend, guys. Better yet, cue up a few of these for some fun-filled fantasy home theater viewing. The ST TOS episode is better than your memory may allow, effectively scary in parts.


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Plummer was also with Klaus Kinski in "Vampire in Venice". Kinski played JtR in the 1976 Jess Franco movie..... "Jack the Ripper".

Plummer also with James Spader in "Wolf". Spader had two roles in 1988's "Jack's Back" (although I think it was more of a copycat criminal).

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I'm three points in the hole. I'll never get out of that hole if there aren't any movies posted to identify!

So here's a late Friday afternoon entry for the rest of you guys.
Name this movie:

Solved:
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I'm three points in the hole. I'll never get out of that hole if there aren't any movies posted to identify!

So here's a late Friday afternoon entry for the rest of you guys.
Name this movie:

Machete?
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Machete?
Yes, it's Machete. I didn't think it would be guessed so quick. I need to make these a little harder.

I was going to post this pic but I changed my mind at the last minute.
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That's Robert De Niro in The American President.
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That's Robert De Niro in The American President.
It's Robert De Niro as Senator McLaughlin, also from Machete. I was going to post that picture for Machete instead of Jessica Alba.
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You would have been better off with Jessica.

BTW, Robert is supporting Hillary. ...And the Machete franchfrise is a funny one.
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That's who this is.
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Yes, but from the neck up.
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Plummer was also with Klaus Kinski in "Vampire in Venice". Kinski played JtR in the 1976 Jess Franco movie..... "Jack the Ripper".

Plummer also with James Spader in "Wolf". Spader had two roles in 1988's "Jack's Back" (although I think it was more of a copycat criminal).

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Yes, but from the neck up.
OK, here's more from the same fight scene in Machete, but below the neck.
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