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18th Feb '18 12:53:15 AM JackG
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* In ''The Takers'', a modern-day ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' pastiche by Jerry Ahern, Mary-Frances Mulrooney's skirt has a [[MarilynManeuver habit of blowing up]] providing everyone with a PantyShot. She gets a WolfWhistle, too, while boarding a nuclear submarine. A naval officer tells off the seaman responsible, then explains that [[ShesGotLegs none of the women who boarded earlier got a whistle like that]].

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* In ''The Takers'', a modern-day ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' pastiche by Jerry Ahern, Mary-Frances Mulrooney's skirt has a [[MarilynManeuver habit of blowing up]] providing everyone with a PantyShot. She gets a WolfWhistle, too, WolfWhistle too while boarding a nuclear submarine. A naval officer tells off the seaman responsible, then explains that [[ShesGotLegs none of the women who boarded earlier got a whistle like that]].


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* ''Series/BlakesSeven''. In "City At The Edge Of The World", Vila is fiddling with an electronic lockpicking device when a previously leather-clad ActionGirl enters having [[SheCleansUpNicely cleaned herself up and changed into a dress]]. The device promptly makes an [[EmpathicEnvironment appreciative electronic sound]].
15th Jan '18 5:00:46 PM jormis29
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* In "Hollywood Steps Out," a selection of Hollywood hunks (''e.g.'', Wallace Beery, Ronald Colman, Creator/ErrolFlynn, Creator/WilliamPowell, Aubrey Smith, and Spencer Tracy), while watching "bubble dancer" Sally Rand, wolf-whistle and go, "Baaaby!"

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* In "Hollywood Steps Out," ''WesternAnimation/HollywoodStepsOut'', a selection of Hollywood hunks (''e.g.'', Wallace Beery, Ronald Colman, Creator/WallaceBeery, Creator/RonaldColman, Creator/ErrolFlynn, Creator/WilliamPowell, Aubrey Smith, and Spencer Tracy), while watching "bubble dancer" Sally Rand, wolf-whistle and go, "Baaaby!"
24th Dec '17 11:30:06 AM nombretomado
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* In "Hollywood Steps Out," a selection of Hollywood hunks (''e.g.'', Wallace Beery, Ronald Colman, ErrolFlynn, Creator/WilliamPowell, Aubrey Smith, and Spencer Tracy), while watching "bubble dancer" Sally Rand, wolf-whistle and go, "Baaaby!"

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* In "Hollywood Steps Out," a selection of Hollywood hunks (''e.g.'', Wallace Beery, Ronald Colman, ErrolFlynn, Creator/ErrolFlynn, Creator/WilliamPowell, Aubrey Smith, and Spencer Tracy), while watching "bubble dancer" Sally Rand, wolf-whistle and go, "Baaaby!"
31st Oct '17 2:18:18 AM JackG
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* Prostitutes in Ancient Rome were called ''lupa'' (she-wolves), apparently due to the wolf-like howl they used to attract the attention of clients.
9th Oct '17 3:02:01 AM JackG
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->"As I got out of the car arriving I got the most gorgeous wolf whistle from somebody, and I thought, 'Huh! This is going to be alright!'"
-->-- ''' WAAF Mary "Bubbles" Moore''', ''Death by Moonlight''.
26th Feb '17 10:33:59 AM nombretomado
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* Famously done in the HumphreyBogart film ''Film/ToHaveAndHaveNot'': Creator/LaurenBacall instructs Bogey: "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and ''blow''." When she's gone, he tries it, and produces a wolf whistle.

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* Famously done in the HumphreyBogart Creator/HumphreyBogart film ''Film/ToHaveAndHaveNot'': Creator/LaurenBacall instructs Bogey: "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and ''blow''." When she's gone, he tries it, and produces a wolf whistle.
24th Dec '16 8:55:45 PM dsneybuf
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* The trailer for ''Film/TheSevenYearItch'' dubs this over [[MarilynManeuver the scene where a breeze blows the Girl's skirt upwards.]]
13th Dec '16 9:39:15 AM igordebraga
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* ''Film/TheMask'': It's actually brought up in the film that hero Stanley Ipkiss is a huge fan of Tex Avery's cartoons. After donning Loki's mask, he goes to see Tina Carlyle at the Coco Bongo Club and pays tribute to ''Red Hot Riding Hood'' by transforming into a ''green'' wolf, complete with whistle.

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* ''Film/TheMask'': It's actually brought up in the film that hero Stanley Ipkiss is a huge fan of Tex Avery's cartoons. After donning Loki's mask, he goes to see Tina Carlyle at the Coco Bongo Club and pays tribute to ''Red Hot Riding Hood'' ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'' by transforming into a ''green'' wolf, complete with whistle.
13th Dec '16 9:32:31 AM igordebraga
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* Music/TheBlackKeys invoke even if not employing it in "Howlin' For You".
6th Nov '16 8:15:59 PM LadyNorbert
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* Jessica Rabbit received several throughout ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''3
* In ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife'' young adult George whistles at young adult Violet the first time he (and we) see her. "That's some dress you got on Violet."

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* Jessica Rabbit received several throughout ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''3
''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''.
* In ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife'' ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife,'' young adult George whistles at young adult Violet the first time he (and we) see her. "That's some dress you got on on, Violet."



* In ''Film/{{Brooklyn}}'', Tony takes Eilis to Coney Island to celebrate her finishing her bookkeeping course with top grades. After she changes into her bathing suit, he stares at her for several seconds before putting his fingers to his lips and whistling his appreciation.
* Disney's animated ''Disney/RobinHood'' has Robin and Little John disguise themselves as Gypsy women as part of a scheme to swindle Prince John. Little John, being [[BigFun the larger of the pair]], comes off looking like a BigBeautifulWoman with [[GagBoobs colossal breasts]], on account of the fact that he's [[VictoriasSecretCompartment hiding a pile of gold coins in his fake cleavage]], and one of the prince's guards wolf-whistles in his direction.



* In ''The Takers'', a modern-day ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' pastiche by Jerry Ahern, Mary-Frances Mulrooney's skirt has a [[MarilynManeuver habit of blowing up]] providing everyone with a PantyShot. She gets a WolfWhistle too while boarding a nuclear submarine. A naval officer tells off the seaman responsible, then explains that [[ShesGotLegs none of the women who boarded earlier got a whistle like that]].

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* In ''The Takers'', a modern-day ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' pastiche by Jerry Ahern, Mary-Frances Mulrooney's skirt has a [[MarilynManeuver habit of blowing up]] providing everyone with a PantyShot. She gets a WolfWhistle too WolfWhistle, too, while boarding a nuclear submarine. A naval officer tells off the seaman responsible, then explains that [[ShesGotLegs none of the women who boarded earlier got a whistle like that]].



* Disney's 1973 version of ''Disney/RobinHood'' has Robin and Little John disguise themselves as Gypsy women as part of a scheme to swindle Prince John. Little John, being [[BigFun the larger of the pair]], comes off looking like a BigBeautifulWoman with [[GagBoobs colossal breasts]], and one of the prince's guards wolf-whistles in his direction.
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