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The Crypt-O-Gram message board discussion.

Two challenges this time, one easy and one … not.

The Easy One:

Here is a list of two-word film titles, each word of the
title has the same number of letters.
I’ve given you the first letter of each word. How many of them can you name? (There may be
more than one answer for each entry.)

Example:

KK = King Kong

1.
PB

2.
BB

3.
AF

4.
TL

5.
OT

6.
LW

7.
KB

8.
ND

9.
DN

10.
ST

11.
BN

12.
WR

13.
DB

14.
SL

15.
MM

16.
DC

17.
BS

18.
BR

19.
MP

20.
EB

The Difficult One:

Each of the following film titles belong on this list
because they all share something in common.
To solve this puzzle, name ANOTHER MOVIE that belongs on this list HERE.

Lawrence of Arabia

Annie Hall

Star Trek: First
Contact

Apocalypse Now

The Living Daylights

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Princess Bride

Miller’s Crossing

Natural Born Killers

And now for the answers to Crypto-O-Gram #4:

The quote:

“I’ll tell you why I can’t put up with you people. Because you’re bastard people.”

– Corky

The clues:

1. Rodent
from the night: LITTLE (Stuart Little)

2. Danny
and the deep blue sea: OCEAN (Ocean’s
Eleven)

3. Support
for Chrissie: BUOY (Jaws)

4. Opposite
from Zemeckis: POLAR (Polar Express)

5. How
Goldblum saved the world: UPLOAD
(Independence Day)

6. The
fly made this change: BUTTLE (Brazil)

7. Woody’s
new location: YORK

8. Part
of what singer took from Casablanca: USUAL (The Usual Suspects)

9. Made
Riddick see the way he does: TWOHY
(Pitch Black)

10. Cujo
beginning: PUPPY

11. Leslie
Nielson and George Kennedy have appeared in this kind of show: CREEP (Creepshow)

12. Leguizamo’s
age: ICE (Ice Age)

13. At the end
of the universe in Contact: EYE

14. How Dorothy
got home: WISH (The Wizard of Oz)