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What TV Shows and Movies did you grow up with?

For those who love the obscure, this game's for you.  

  1. Leave a description of a TV show or movie 
  2. Include a photo if you like, but it's not necessary
  3. Whom ever guesses it correctly, gets to post the next offering.

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Yeah when you're ready

MID 60'S MOVIE...MALE AND FEMALE STARS WELL KNOWN..

A PRODUCER HIRES A DRUNKEN WRITER TO WRITE HIS LATEST MOVIE. THE WRITER HAS BEEN HOLED UP IN A PARIS APT. SUPPOSEDLY WORKING FOR MONTHS, BUT HAS BEEN LIVING IT UP INSTEAD. NOW THE SCRIPT IS DUE IN A CCOUPLE OF DAYS, SO THE WRITER HIRES A TEMP SECRETARY TO HELP...AND SHE DOES BY ACTING OUT SENARIOS...

Paris blues?

NOPE...ALTHOUGH PARIS IS IN THE TITLE

Well since it probably isn't Is Paris Burning? It might be Paris when it sizzles, and that taps me on Parises

PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES IT IS

Since you are back, try this..Late seventies one of this superstar's last film. She is a suspect in a murder which takes place on a river cruise in Africa. All star cast of suspects..super sleuth solves crime

FROM YOUR CLUE I'D SAY ITS...DEATH ON THE NILE? WHO LAST MOVIE ...BETTE'S ?

Almost. she made two more + a TV movie..supporting stuff

SO....DEATH ON THE NILE IS NOT THE MOVIE?...OR ...

No Nile's right. I just said she made two more more after that..Your turn

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