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answered How is naming done in MI6?
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comment Which film has the most direct sequels/prequels?
14 in total. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherlock_Holmes_(1939_film_series)
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comment What is the most repeated programme on British telly?
This is interesting but doesn't answer the question: what's the most repeated single episode of a television series? Perhaps it'll be an episode from your lists, particularly one that didn't have many series (so each episode has been shown more times).
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comment Origin of “knife to a gunfight” quote
@poepje: The Ngram chart, with zero results before 1987, suggests it wasn't a common expression before The Untouchables (1987).
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comment Origin of “knife to a gunfight” quote
@poepje: Yes, that's why the 1732 quote is a comment and not in my answer.
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answered What is the first occurence of film within a film within a film?
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answered Silent film created after 1990
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answered Which is the first parody film?
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revised First use of on-screen text messages, like in Sherlock and House of Cards
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comment First use of on-screen text messages, like in Sherlock and House of Cards
@Dan: Well, it's certainly similar -- avoiding showing a "boring" phone or letter to keep the story moving forward. I think it's somehow different with an SMS, short by definition, that pops up on screen almost as if your television screen is the mobile (somehow like second screens and all that).
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answered Which film or TV-Show was the first to use a '555-' phone number?
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answered How can I find out if a movie/series is still restricted by copyright?