Flimzy
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Why does George Mcfly employ Biff to wax his car after he had previously tried to rape his wife?
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It's not clear that Biff was trying to rape Loraine. Although he was clearly taking liberties he should not have. McFly subdued Biff in the fight at the dance. After that, Biff learned to take his ...

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Was the original "Pink Panther" movie intended to be a comedy?
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From NNDB: Edwards' most famous work, The Pink Panther, was released in 1963, with Peter Sellers as Inspector Jacques Clouseau. The part had originally been cast with Peter Ustinov, but that actor ...

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Is there any difference between a "Walker" and "Zombie"?
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The term "zombie" is never used in The Walking Dead, as far as I can recall. The term Rick's group uses to refer to the animated corpses is simply "walker." The inhabitants of Woodbury use the term "...

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Why do Bollywood movies have song and dance sequences?
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Musicals from Hollywood are popular. They aren't as popular as they were in the 40s, 50s, and into the 60s, but they do still exist. Some recent examples, just off the top of my head: The Muppets (...

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What is the reason for the blood between Henry and Clair in The Time Traveler's Wife?
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My understanding is that yes, it was a second "miscarriage". Although not a traditional miscarriage, but rather the fetus had time-traveled, which of course lead to the unborn baby's death, as it ...

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Why doesn't the reflection match the man?
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TLDR Stevens's consciousness is transferred to Fentress's body. For the sake of story telling consistency, the audience always sees Stevens's face, but we see the reflection of Fentress to show us ...

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Has an actor or actress in a TV series ever returned as a different character after their role was re-cast?
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In Star Trek (2009), Spock, who was originally played by Leonard Nimoy was re-cast and played by Zachary Quinto, but Nimoy returned to play Prime Spock. Does that count?

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Did one actor ever play two distinct characters in one scene in the Star Trek franchise?
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In A Fist Full of Datas, Brent Spiner plays Data, and multiple holodeck replicas of himself.

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Era of profanity in movie scripts?
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From Wikipedia: The films Ulysses and I'll Never Forget What's'isname (both 1967) are contenders for being the first film to use the word 'fuck,' although the word 'fucking' is clearly mouthed ...

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