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-->--Willoughby, ''[[TexAvery Of Fox and Hounds]]''

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-->--Willoughby, ''[[TexAvery ''[[Creator/TexAvery Of Fox and Hounds]]''

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->''"Which way did he go George, which way did he go?"''
-->--Willoughby, ''[[TexAvery Of Fox and Hounds]]''


->''"I believe in giving every movie the benefit of the doubt. I walked into ''The Waterboy'', sat down, took a sip of my delicious medium roast coffee and felt at peace with the world. How nice it would be, I thought, to give Creator/AdamSandler a good review for a change. Goodwill and caffeine suffused my being, and as the lights went down I all but beamed at the screen. Then Adam Sandler spoke, and all was lost. His character's voice is made of a lisp, a whine, a nasal grating and an accent that nobody in Louisiana actually has, although the movies pretend that they do."''
-->-- '''RogerEbert''', on ''TheWaterboy''.

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->''"I believe in giving every movie the benefit of the doubt. I walked into ''The Waterboy'', sat down, took a sip of my delicious medium roast coffee and felt at peace with the world. How nice it would be, I thought, to give Creator/AdamSandler a good review for a change. Goodwill and caffeine suffused my being, and as the lights went down I all but beamed at the screen. Then Adam Sandler spoke, and all was lost. His character's voice is made of a lisp, a whine, a nasal grating and an accent that nobody in Louisiana actually has, although the movies pretend that they do."''
-->-- '''RogerEbert''', -->--'''Creator/RogerEbert''', on ''TheWaterboy''.''Film/TheWaterboy''.


-->-- '''RogerEbert''', on ''TheWaterboy''.

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-->-- '''RogerEbert''', on ''TheWaterboy''.''TheWaterboy''.
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->''"I believe in giving every movie the benefit of the doubt. I walked into ''The Waterboy'', sat down, took a sip of my delicious medium roast coffee and felt at peace with the world. How nice it would be, I thought, to give Creator/AdamSandler a good review for a change. Goodwill and caffeine suffused my being, and as the lights went down I all but beamed at the screen. Then Adam Sandler spoke, and all was lost. His character's voice is made of a lisp, a whine, a nasal grating and an accent that nobody in Louisiana actually has, although the movies pretend that they do."''
-->-- '''RogerEbert''', on ''TheWaterboy''.

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