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-> ''Before the sole audible word in the entire movie'': [SILENCE]
-> ''After it'': [SILENCE CONTINUES]

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-> ''Before the sole audible word in the entire movie'': [SILENCE]
[NO AUDIBLE DIALOGUE]
-> ''After it'': [SILENCE [NO AUDIBLE DIALOGUE CONTINUES]


-> "Non."
-> [SILENCE CONTINUES]

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-> "Non."
->
''After it'': [SILENCE CONTINUES]


-> [[spoiler: Before the only audible word]]: [SILENCE]

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-> [[spoiler: Before ''Before the only sole audible word]]: word in the entire movie'': [SILENCE]


--> '''Dom:''' They're right. It ''is'' the ''real thing''...

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--> '''Dom:''' They're right. It ''is'' the ''real thing''...thing''...
* Apparently the DVD subtitles were very easy to write up.
-> [[spoiler: Before the only audible word]]: [SILENCE]
-> "Non."
-> [SILENCE CONTINUES]

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** Plus Marceau does his "walking into the wind" routine into actual wind, which is blowing in through an open window.


* When [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Engulf]] [[MegaCorp and Devour]] find the picture of [[TheVamp Vilma Kaplan]] and show it to the members of the board. [[spoiler: They stroke their chins, [[SomethingElseAlsoRises and the table slowly rises from the ground...]]]]

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* When [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Engulf]] [[MegaCorp and Devour]] find the picture of [[TheVamp Vilma Kaplan]] and show it to the members of the board. [[spoiler: They stroke their chins, [[SomethingElseAlsoRises and the table slowly rises from the ground...]]]]]]



-->'''Mel''': [[spoiler:You son of a bitch]].\\

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-->'''Mel''': [[spoiler:You You son of a bitch]].bitch.\\



* A scene transitions into the New York skyline to the tune of "San Francisco" before the orchestra comes to a noisy halt (apparently recognizing their mistake). Cue some sheet music rustling before they resume with "I'll Take Manhattan."

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* A scene transitions into the New York skyline to the tune of "San Francisco" before the orchestra comes to a noisy halt (apparently recognizing their mistake). Cue some sheet music rustling before they resume with "I'll Take Manhattan.""
* The VengefulVendingMachine that Dom encounters. It launches Cokes at high velocity and never out of the correct slot, including places where vending machines don't normally dispense goods, such as from the sides. Every time he blocks one exit, a new one appears. When he finally gets the brilliant idea to block the two side slots with his hands and the middle opening that happens to be [[GroinAttack at groin height]]...
--> '''Dom:''' They're right. It ''is'' the ''real thing''...


-->'''Mel''': [[spoiler:"You son of a bitch."]]
-->'''Card''': [[FunWithSubtitles "You naughty boy."]]

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-->'''Mel''': [[spoiler:"You [[spoiler:You son of a bitch."]]
-->'''Card''':
bitch]].\\
'''Card''':
[[FunWithSubtitles "You You naughty boy."]]]]


* When Mel calls up world-famous mime Marcel Marceau to ask him if he wants to be in his silent movie, and he replies (out loud), "Non."
-->"What did he say?"
-->"I don't know, I don't understand French."

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* When Mel calls up world-famous mime Marcel Marceau to ask him if he wants to be in his silent movie, and he replies (out loud), "Non."
"Non!"
-->"What did he say?"
-->"I
say?"\\
"I
don't know, I don't understand French."


* A scene transitions into the New York skyline to the tune of "San Francisco" before the orchestra comes to a noisy hault (apparently recognizing their mistake). Cue some sheet music rustling before they resume with "I'll Take Manhattan."

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* A scene transitions into the New York skyline to the tune of "San Francisco" before the orchestra comes to a noisy hault halt (apparently recognizing their mistake). Cue some sheet music rustling before they resume with "I'll Take Manhattan."


* The part where the head of Engulf and Devour orders his right hand mand to slap all of his coworkers is utterly hysterical.

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* The part where the head of Engulf and Devour orders his right hand mand man to slap all of his coworkers is utterly hysterical.


** The very plausable possibility that the entire film was just an OverlyPreparedGag for that one scene.

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** The very plausable plausible possibility that the entire film was just an OverlyPreparedGag for that one scene.



* The scene on the carousel. You may never look at hobbyhorses the same way again.

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* The scene on the carousel. You may never look at hobbyhorses the same way again.again.
* A scene transitions into the New York skyline to the tune of "San Francisco" before the orchestra comes to a noisy hault (apparently recognizing their mistake). Cue some sheet music rustling before they resume with "I'll Take Manhattan."

Added DiffLines:

** The very plausable possibility that the entire film was just an OverlyPreparedGag for that one scene.


* The part where the head of Engulf and Devour orders his right hand mand to slap all of his coworkers is utterly hysterical.

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* The part where the head of Engulf and Devour orders his right hand mand to slap all of his coworkers is utterly hysterical.hysterical.
* The scene on the carousel. You may never look at hobbyhorses the same way again.


* In the hospital, taking his medicine. Sid Caesar puts the pill in his mouth, and he takes an entire glass of water with it. When he opens his mouth to complain that the medicine never works, the pill is still in plain sight, stuck to his tongue.

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* In the hospital, taking his medicine. Sid Caesar Creator/SidCaesar puts the pill in his mouth, and he takes an entire glass of water with it. When he opens his mouth to complain that the medicine never works, the pill is still in plain sight, stuck to his tongue.



* The trio visits Sid Caesar's character in the hospital and turn his [=EKG=] monitor into a ''Pong'' game.

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* The trio visits Sid Caesar's Creator/SidCaesar's character in the hospital and turn his [=EKG=] monitor into a ''Pong'' game.


* In the hospital, taking his medicine. Mel Brooks puts the pill in his mouth, and he takes an entire glass of water with it. When he opens his mouth to complain that the medicine never works, the pill is still in plain sight, stuck to his tongue.

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* In the hospital, taking his medicine. Mel Brooks Sid Caesar puts the pill in his mouth, and he takes an entire glass of water with it. When he opens his mouth to complain that the medicine never works, the pill is still in plain sight, stuck to his tongue.

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