New and Improved Titanic Memorable Lines and Trivia


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Ok McVey-coming out with the BIG guns blazing huh? Palmer's Disease? Hmm. Is that a liver thing like hepatitis? There was a made'for TV movie about a mutiny at sea on a modern liner-everybody is deliberately infected by means of the food or ship's doctor. I just can't remember why? World domination? Hostage thing? It was also a novel... ok- what's the prize- if it's jelly donuts my mind may work harder. Give us a HINT.
 
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So- Brain Trust- whilst we ponder the Palmer Disease thing-here's the TITANIC corker for tonight. Name movie and scene: "There's only FOUR!!There must be MORE!"
(NO- NOT jelly donuts!)
Prize* the yet unclaimed orange 1971 Ford Pinto/with 8 track, fuzzy dice and Grateful Dead decals!
 
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The Steward in any Titanic movie with Guiness in the Bar Refrigerator...what do you mean no...I just know that I am right! I want a recount. I mean Grateful Dead decals...I'll fight for this one.
Maureen.
 
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Hmm..

Playing hard ball on that one, eh, Ilya? No clues? Oh well ... I give up. Besides, Shelley, you're way ahead of me on that one, and judging by your track record so far ...
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As for yours, Shelley -- if not Berliners, is it four Frankfurters, Wieners, or Hamburgers? From "Titanic Beach Bikini Bingo", starring Annette Funicello and Bobby Darin?

No??
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You're gonna hate yourself for this one! Picture distraught ladies swarming up to the boatdeck-one clutches her throat in alarm at viewing the remaining LIFEBOATS and utters the immortal line" There's only FOUR- there MUST be more!" ANTR.
And a Rama Lama Ding Dong to Annette and FRANKIE AVALON (Bobby Darren? and how OLD are you John-teehee?)Just for giggles- do you remember Bobby's wife's name? Hmmm-just testing!
 
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Since recovering from my bout with Molasses Swamp, I began hearing the answer coming faster and faster to me....the answer is false, no Bobby Darren's wife was not on one of the four lifeboats that were left....she hung onto the stern until the end and was really Rose and she married Bobby Darren before he changed his name to Dawson. No wait...oh man not the molasses swamp again....
 

Pat Cook

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Again, I apologize for jumping in late here but I've been having problems getting aboard. (I can just imagine what THAT line is going to lead to!)

If I remember correctly, Bobby Darin's wife was Sandra Dee. In fact, I believe they had a son.

Have missed you all.

Best regards,
Cook
 
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Wait you mean to say that I have tuned in every single day and lost to someone who proabaly went to school with Sandra Dee adn Bobbie Darin and Annette Funicello....and has not tuned in for a week cause he claims that he can;t connect. And I get sent to the swamp. No I demand a recount. Oh no...not the swamp again! Drat.....

Welcome back Cook.
 

Mike Poirier

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Immortal line time.
This one comes from a movie based on a fictional Titanic book. Unfortunately it is set on a WW2 ocean liner.
As water enters the 1st class cabin, Bradford Dillman is pulling Morgan Fairchild out the door.
She says, " There's over 5 million dollars worth of diamonds in there "
Dillman reply's " Do you want to get out of here or we're gonna go down with it "
 
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You're right, Shelley. I do hate myself for bollixing that one. In my own defense, may I say, 'twas the allure of fine German foods that blinded me!

But oh, no. I'm much too young to remember anything like that ... That Annette Funicello stuff -- didn't we have to cover that in high school or something? History, was it? (Yeah, that's it -- that was in the same class we learned about President Elvis and his role in the "Kissin' Cousins" Conspiracy.)
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Mo, you're way ahead of me on that "bride" question -- I mighta guessed "Fabian". Nope -- wait a minute, he was a guy. Mon' Capitan, I believe you have it there! Has the prize committee confirmed?

(Hey, I do vaguely remember "The Unsinkable Molly Brown". Though in retrospect, I think Debbie Reynolds was sort of an odd choice there.)

And hey, is Ilya gonna keep us in suspense? C'mon, Mr. Mcvey, chime in with the answer! We can't sleep nights for wondering ...
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Michael, I haven't got a clue, but I'd probably give my eyeteeth to pull Morgan Fairchild out any door!
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Cheers!
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Would the movie be "The Memory of Eva Ryker"? I don't know what this one has to do with Titanic, tho'. Just a guess here - it was something about a WW2 ocean liner and the closest one I could think of.

Also, Morgan's another good ol' Texas girl!

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Mo wrote: > ...and lost to someone who proabaly went to school with Sandra Dee adn Bobbie Darin and Annette Funicello...<

I WISH! Not too much surf in Houston, Texas, tho'. Not saying, however, I didn't dream...

Warmest regards,
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Mike Poirier

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Pat:
You get 10 points for the right answer and the other 90 for actually watching the movie.
I liked it, but no one else did.
The book is well worth reading. One of the few well written fictional Titanic books.
 
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I think he either gets an orange 1971 vehicle of some sort or a Jelly Donut or a cocktail weenie...I forget. But having by placed in the swamp several times its hard to keep up with this thread.
Maureen.
 
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Shoot- got home late!!!! Missed the fun and I HAD the answer too.Glad you carry on without me- all the way down 95 doing 85mph to post my question- the cop would NOT believe me. So get a jump on tomorrow's stunner. TRIVIA: Robert Wagner and the yuppy-preppy boys are yodeling around the piany with bouncy saucy what's her name, Capt. Smith leans against the door all wistful- remembering his gravy days and the kiddies are singing the alma mater from WHAT ivy leaguey college. Name that TUNE. And the prize you ask- my teasing comb- a month's supply of Dippity-do and the entire recorded hits of (drumroll) LESLEY GORE!!!
 
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Oh man, dippity-do is one thing, but forcing Leslie Gore on us...I mean offering Leslie Gore's entire recorded hits...now that is true class Shell. Have no idea how you find these great prizes. But see I do know this one, "Happy Days Are Here Again! from the bouncey saucey Stevie Nicks/Bill Clinton Saxaphone School of Music College.

What do you mean no! This game is rigged!
And Cook is gone a week and he wins...no fair!
Just cause he knows the right answer just isn't fair.
Maureen.
 

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