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    Hitler and Bigfoot

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cFHJMBQIav0
    Hey! This movie has to true. They wouldn't make a movie like this if it weren't true. And Sam Elliot wouldn't star in it if it weren't true.
    Unless he needed a check that week.
    Or an excuse to get outa the house for a couple of weeks.
    Or his wife made him.

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    Umm... Umm..
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    I know Christopher Walken will act in literally anything, because he says he's lazy, and if he's not working, he'll just sit there doing nothing. Don't know about Sam Elliott (Oscar nominee!), even though I've written about him, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillianren View Post
    I know Christopher Walken will act in literally anything, because he says he's lazy, and if he's not working, he'll just sit there doing nothing.
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    Well that makes perfect sense; they both dated Eva Braun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    Well that makes perfect sense; they both dated Eva Braun.
    Christopher Walken did WHAT?
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    Well, this sounds amusingly ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger E. Moore View Post
    Christopher Walken did WHAT?
    Yes, that's right. Christopher Walken and Sam Elliott both dated Eva Braun. Coincidentally, so did Bigfoot.

    Actually, that's kind of misleading. Christopher Walken, Sam Elliott, and Bigfoot are actually all the same "person". Don't believe me - have you ever seen them all together at the same time?
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    The only surprising thing is that Nicholas Cage is not in it as well. This sounds like the sort of film in which he would appear.

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    He looks to be in The Colour Out of Space...by some reports.

    In other news, acid producers took a hit....

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    Elliott looks pretty good for a man who'd have to be in his nineties if he killed Hitler.
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    Or else he was a precocious child.
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    Maybe it will turn out that he's Hitler.

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    No, no, Hitler needs to be an extraterrestrial cyborg played by Keith David.
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    No Hitler was the master.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    No Hitler was the master.
    ,No. There was a doctor in Nazi Germany who was working on an ape man army. After the war he moves to the Pacific Northwest and opens a secret lab to continue his research. One day a Nazi shows up with Hitler's DNA wanting him to clone Hitler. No problem. Until some ape DNA gets mixed up in the Hitler DNA. Poof, out pops Bigfoot. That could be the prequel.

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    "Ok... ok... ok. I have an idea," said writer one.
    "More shots?" asked writer two.
    "No. Well yes, of course. But not that."
    "The idea?"
    "We'll combine iCarly and Kelly's Heroes."
    "That sounds.... bad. Well, not bad, just complicated. Pass the vodka, we don't need shot glasses anymore."
    "You're right. Lets pare it down to just a couple of minor characters."
    "The Beavcoon!"
    "And the Nazis!"
    "No! Hitler and Sasquatch."
    "This will be bigger than Cowboys vs. Aliens!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    No Hitler was the master.
    The Roger Delgado one? Derek Jacobi? John Simm? Or was he (gasp) Missy?
    I've seen your avatar on the other forum, I KNOW you know what I'm talking about!
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    The John Simm one he seem to want to take over the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solfe View Post
    ""We'll combine iCarly and Kelly's Heroes."
    Only if you can get Quentin Tarantino to direct it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift View Post
    Only if you can get Quentin Tarantino to direct it.
    It would have a great sound track!
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    Finally saw the movie. Not what I expected. I expected an action adventure with Sam Elliot romping through the Pacific Northwest on the trail of Bigfoot. Instead, there were three Hitler's. Elliot kills one. Then mopes around the house for 40 years feeling sorry for himself. Then the FBI shows up and tells him there's this BF up in Canada. It's carrying Corona virus and it can wipe out the human race. We need you to go kill it or the POTUS is gonna nuke Canada. So, reluctantly, he goes and kills BF, fakes his death, goes home and mopes around with his dog Ralph.
    The hunt for BF only takes about 10-15 minutes. Not really a bad movie, especially if you like watching Sam Elliot moping around a lot.

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    Oh that movie. I watched it on a streaming site because it sounded novel. It didn’t really keep my interest and I think I read something through part of it as it was playing. Anyway, I only remember some of it. It seemed a bit pointless.

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    It is all misinformation. It was Stalin that was behind the ape-soldier hybridization program...no, really...

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    It seemed they wanted to tell the story of a lonely old man. But they used a rather odd plot device to do it. Killing Hitler and Bigfoot were minor subplots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superluminal View Post
    Finally saw the movie. Not what I expected. I expected an action adventure with Sam Elliot romping through the Pacific Northwest on the trail of Bigfoot. Instead, there were three Hitler's. Elliot kills one. Then mopes around the house for 40 years feeling sorry for himself. Then the FBI shows up and tells him there's this BF up in Canada. It's carrying Corona virus and it can wipe out the human race. We need you to go kill it or the POTUS is gonna nuke Canada. So, reluctantly, he goes and kills BF, fakes his death, goes home and mopes around with his dog Ralph.
    The hunt for BF only takes about 10-15 minutes. Not really a bad movie, especially if you like watching Sam Elliot moping around a lot.
    Wait, a movie made last year has the coronavirus as a plot point?
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    Corona virus has been around for a while. Sam Elliot's character was part of the 1% of the human race who was immune to the strain BF was carrying, so he was the only one who could track the critter down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KaiYeves View Post
    Wait, a movie made last year has the coronavirus as a plot point?
    There are many varieties of corona viruses. Covid-19 is only the latest version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noclevername View Post
    There are many varieties of corona viruses. Covid-19 is only the latest version.
    Yes, but I hadn’t heard them called that before the present outbreak, I was more used to hearing them called by specific names. I was going to say using that nomenclature in particular instead of just staying “a virus” or giving it a fictional name or acronym derived from a location, species, or discoverer seems creepily prescient.
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    I don’t recall a mention of “coronavirus” but to be fair I wasn’t looking for it since I watched it last year and could have missed it. I do recall the bigfoot was infected with some extremely dangerous disease.

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