History DoubleEntendre / Film

30th Aug '16 6:53:15 AM Kitch
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-->'''Tiger Tanaka:''' I have much curiosity, Bond-san. What is "Little Nellie"?\\

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-->'''Tiger --->'''Tiger Tanaka:''' I have much curiosity, Bond-san. What is "Little Nellie"?\\



-->'''James Bond:''' I thought that Christmas only comes once a year.

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-->'''James --->'''James Bond:''' I thought that Christmas only comes once a year.year.
** But the best ones come from ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe''.
--->'''M''': Moneypenny, where's 007?\\
'''Miss Moneypenny''': He's on a mission, sir. In Austria.\\
'''M''': Well, tell him to pull out. ''Immediately''.\\
''[Cue Bond making love with a woman by a fireplace in Austria]''
30th Mar '16 5:08:07 PM LongTallShorty64
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* From the film ''Film/ItShouldHappenToYou'':
--->Ilka Chase: At what age should a girl marry? It seems to me Dr. Manning that it’s very dangerous to generalize.
--->Dr. Manning: We have found out after many years of research—
--->Constance Bennett: I quite agree with Ilka. I know lots of girls that have been married at sixteen, and very happily, too.
--->Dr. Manning: Well, statistics show us that—-
--->Wendy Barrie: But Connie, for a certain type maturity is terribly important.
--->Dr. Manning: Now, if you take—-
--->Ilka Chase: Gladys, what do you think?
--->Gladys Glover: Well, ''[takes sip of water]'', I think if they’re big enough, they’re old enough.
28th Feb '16 4:16:22 PM Taxima
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* ''Film/{{Chicago}}: The musical number ''When You're Good to Mama'' is loaded with double language. The overall message is "you scratch my back I'll scratch yours", but consider that the song is styled as a burlesque number.

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* ''Film/{{Chicago}}: ''Film/{{Chicago}}'': The musical number ''When You're Good to Mama'' is loaded with double language. The overall message is "you scratch my back I'll scratch yours", but consider that the song is styled as a burlesque number.
28th Feb '16 4:16:09 PM Taxima
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* ''Film/{{Chicago}}: The musical number ''When You're Good to Mama'' is loaded with double language. The overall message is "you scratch my back I'll scratch yours", but consider that the song is styled as a burlesque number.
1st Feb '16 6:14:32 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sen8Tn8CBA4 And of course...]]
24th Jan '16 3:58:07 PM chicagomel
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** "Pull out, you aren't doing any good back there!"
21st Dec '15 12:34:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/FatalInstinct'': Parodied during Lola Cain's seduction of Ned Ravine, where their innuendo gets increasingly convoluted until it involves clone duplicates and dying in a house fire.
12th Oct '15 4:26:32 PM ngh93
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* In ''Welcome to Mooseport'' plumber Handy Harrison (Ray Romano) comes out of the bathroom of his mayoral candidate Monroe Cole (Gene Hackman).

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* In ''Welcome to Mooseport'' ''Film/WelcomeToMooseport'' plumber Handy Harrison (Ray Romano) comes out of the bathroom of his mayoral candidate Monroe Cole (Gene Hackman).
12th Oct '15 4:26:01 PM ngh93
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* In ''Film/WelcomeToMoosePort'' plumber Handy Harrison (Ray Romano) comes out of the bathroom of his mayoral candidate Monroe Cole (Gene Hackman).

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* In ''Film/WelcomeToMoosePort'' ''Welcome to Mooseport'' plumber Handy Harrison (Ray Romano) comes out of the bathroom of his mayoral candidate Monroe Cole (Gene Hackman).
30th Sep '15 7:22:02 AM Retloclive
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* In ''Film/LiarLiar'', Fletcher is forced to call his ex-wife, Audrey, to make an excuse as to why he can't come to his son's birthday party. He claims that the boss is ''really riding him'' with work he has to do for his law firm. In actuality, his boss, Miranda, truly was working him sexually.

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* In ''Film/LiarLiar'', Fletcher is forced to call his ex-wife, Audrey, to make an excuse as to why he can't come to his son's birthday party. He claims that the boss is ''really riding him'' with work he has to do for his law firm. In actuality, his boss, Miranda, truly was working him sexually.sexually when Fletcher made the claim.
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