Bierfest - 16 July 2009

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Casinomeister

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This week's contest!!

Identify the movie and scene (who is blowing the horn?) from the following.

The first person to get it right wins BEER delivered to your doorstep (must be legal drinking age and not live in a beer unfriendly environment) - or $50 - your choice.

http://www.casinomeister.com/mp3/16july2009.mp3

Get ready...get set...go!
 

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Is it------'JANET LEIGH FROM THE MOVIE PSYCHO'her charecters name was ' Marion Crane' she pulled up to the hotel before checking in to make sure it was open, which was the end for her.


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Is it------'JANET LEIGH FROM THE MOVIE PSYCHO'her charecters name was ' Marion Crane' she pulled up to the hotel before checking in to make sure it was open, which was the end for her.


pevangel
Oooh... That's a good shout. I was thinking of rainy movies - and could only come up with "Glengarry Glenross" or "Taxi Driver" or "Road to Perdition"...
 

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Is it------'JANET LEIGH FROM THE MOVIE PSYCHO'her charecters name was ' Marion Crane' she pulled up to the hotel before checking in to make sure it was open, which was the end for her.


pevangel
Bingo!

Man, that was fast!! And I thought that was a hard one.

Yes, it was the scene where Marion had pulled up to the Motel, saw the "mother" in the window of the house, and went back to the car and honked the horn. Note the sound of the water is reminiscent of the shower scene.

"M-my mother, uh--what is the phrase?--she isn't quite herself today..." Fantastic movie - great for analyzing and discussion.

So PM me your wish - Beer or cash!
 

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Bingo!

Man, that was fast!! And I thought that was a hard one.

Yes, it was the scene where Marion had pulled up to the Motel, saw the "mother" in the window of the house, and went back to the car and honked the horn. Note the sound of the water is reminiscent of the shower scene.

"M-my mother, uh--what is the phrase?--she isn't quite herself today..." Fantastic movie - great for analyzing and discussion.

So PM me your wish - Beer or cash!


CONGRATS PEVANGEL!!!! :thumbsup:
 
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