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  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show

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    Icon5 not car related, old 'musical movies'

    its become obvious to me latly, (being an ex fils student) that if you take 3 or 4 old, well known, 'musical' based movies, people will always have a definate fav, so i thought i would try a poll and see what the most popular seems to be out of the 3 my friends seem to always go for


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    its not until you go back on something you have written, that you realise how strange you really are......, mayb i should stay here in NZ with the rest of the weirdo's around here
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    Bloody hell they're not old, i haven't seen 2 of the three and the other dosen't rate a mention, because it has john revolting in it.
    My all time favourite would be the sound of the V8 hotrod at the start of Brigadoon
    Yes i do know i just dated myself as OLD.
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    You forgot the 4th option .... "Don't give a flying"

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    List is NOWHERE near long enough


    BTW - I've been in a stage production of one of those shows...
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    I despise musicals. Except for " Cannibal: the musical." Download it on Kazaa or elsewhere. It doesn't have many songs in it, and the levels of cannibalism are just right.
    It's by the Southpark guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwick2
    I despise musicals.
    So do I, especially anything with Elvis. I'd rather watch repeats of The Brady Bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UFO
    List is NOWHERE near long enough


    BTW - I've been in a stage production of one of those shows...
    Guessing Craig, but I could see you in 'Rocky Horror' especially the NZ production... "Lits do the tim warp agin"

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