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Posted: 13 Jan 11 21:04

Movies that used country music in their soundtrack:


Finding Yokel

Forest Hump

I Saw Who You Did in the Outhouse Last Summer

The Lost Squirrel

Pirates of the Used Car Lot






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Posted: 13 Jan 11 21:09
The Sound of Shit Kickin' Music

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 21:14
  • The Twilight Saga: The School Marm Gets Poked
  • Harry Potter And The Mississippi Hoedown
  • The Karate Kid Meets The Tombstone Kid


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Posted: 13 Jan 11 21:20
The Chronicles of Narnia: Story of the Corn Shredder

Rosemary's Rabies

The Eggs Files

Whose Afraid of The Big Bad Wolf?

Basal Instict

Little Red Riding Hob

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 21:55
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Posted: 13 Jan 11 22:06
A Speeder and an Officer

The Outhouse Chronicles

Splendour Smoking Grass

The X-Tractor

Pot Wars



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Posted: 13 Jan 11 22:40
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Posted: 13 Jan 11 22:41

Genuinely super - you realise this sort of thing is worth money to comedians? I believe current rates are $50 for aomething like that - ask bureau and other who have written for people


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These are subjects similar to Letterman's Top Ten. I try to never use his but who knows after all his shows over the years.

I think there are writers who check all of the stories, snippets, forums all the time but would disguise them by changing them around a bit. Since I watch very little TV, I would never see them.


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Posted: 13 Jan 11 22:59
The Big Sheep.

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 23:00
Thieves, you mean...


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I think there are writers who check all of the stories, snippets, forums all the time but would disguise them by changing them around a bit. Since I watch very little TV, I would never see them.


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Posted: 13 Jan 11 23:07
The beer hunter
The John Deere Hunter
ET? How ya spellin' thayut?
The Odd father
Seven sisters for Seven Brothers
Lassie stayuh stiyull dammit ahm tryin ter.....
True Grits
The Grits of Wrath
The Green Smile
Cotton Club
Farewell My Combine
King Korn
The Brother Who Shagged me
The Purple Rose of Jethro
A Streetcar Name Desiree-Sue
Sweet Smell of Cesspits
The man with the golden gums
Sour M.A.S.H.
9 1/2 fingers
(Dodge) Rayum Mayun

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 23:15 - Edited By: Charpa93, 13 Jan 11 23:16

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Thieves, you mean...


Quote: Bureau

I think there are writers who check all of the stories, snippets, forums all the time but would disguise them by changing them around a bit. Since I watch very little TV, I would never see them.


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That's what I would figure happens. they take something change it up just a tad and voila, they win, you lose.
At any rate, these are still fun to write.

Still, I wonder, why ARE we so quick to give away our talent?

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 23:22
You are a bunch of buggers really - you do this to prevent me getting any sleep - I suffer from brainstorms everything just goes wham its like a caffeine over load - I cant stop thinking

Next time put these up at a civilised hour

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Posted: 13 Jan 11 23:44
Ma nuit chez Clem

The Discreet Charm Of The Hayseeds

A Parisian in Chattanooga

Only Angels Have Gizzards

The Shop Around The Back Forty

Mr. Smith Goes To The Capital City (Jackson - I think)
Which, According To Cecil, Is Way The Hell Beyond The Picket Wire

From Here To The Widow Jamison's

Rocco And His Immediate Male Kinfolk

Some Came Mosing Along

Bakersfield, Mon Amour






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Posted: 14 Jan 11 00:07 - Edited By: Bureau, 14 Jan 11 00:08

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Thieves, you mean...


Quote: Bureau

I think there are writers who check all of the stories, snippets, forums all the time but would disguise them by changing them around a bit. Since I watch very little TV, I would never see them.


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I'm not sure, EQ. I write snippets, deep thoughts, jokes on here and sometimes find similar things elsewhere. I think everything we have ever read or heard comes out in our own writing.

One of the Beat Poets (Ginsberg, Burroughs, Snyder,etc) stated that he consumed everything he read and shit it out as his own poetry.

Like George Harrison got the medley in his head for 'My Sweet Lord" from the old Motown song "He's So Fine" and was sued. I don't think Harrison ever realized it until it was too late.

-Bureau

Now a complete story might be different.

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Posted: 14 Jan 11 00:16
Yes, I see what you mean.

I was being facetious. I know we all gather material and use it, a bit like the dreaming process.

Yes, I agree with what you say.

Scavengers, then, rather than thieves!


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Thieves, you mean...


Quote: Bureau

I think there are writers who check all of the stories, snippets, forums all the time but would disguise them by changing them around a bit. Since I watch very little TV, I would never see them.


-Bureau




I'm not sure, EQ. I write snippets, deep thoughts, jokes on here and sometimes find similar things elsewhere. I think everything we have ever read or heard comes out in our own writing.

One of the Beat Poets (Ginsberg, Burroughs, Snyder,etc) stated that he consumed everything he read and shit it out as his own poetry.

Like George Harrison got the medley in his head for 'My Sweet Lord" from the old Motown song "He's So Fine" and was sued. I don't think Harrison ever realized it until it was too late.

-Bureau

Now a complete story might be different.


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Posted: 14 Jan 11 00:43 - Edited By: Lynton, 14 Jan 11 15:41
You don't know the eaning of serious! EQ

I'm sure you're right EQ and Bureau it's subliminal -It is so disappointing to have thought of something quite separately and then find that it has already been done.

The seven plots for stories makes it exceedingly difficult to dream up something new and exciting.

Have you noticed how jokes tend to be there waiting for things to happen. Humans are very suggestible and the things that certain situations of occurences suggest can be quite limited. The word association that goes o here is what goes on in the head of any imaginative person.

I did genuinely invent a new joke once - it was awful. I was sat in the garden in Corsica on holiday. Swine flu was rife and I was reading the paper and about the swine flu hotline.

the following sprung to mind

Tried to phone the swine flu hotline - it was no good, all I got was a lot of crackling.

I texted it to 2 people my brother and a Scottish friend in York - it turns up at the Edinburgh Festival. The route seems obvious comedians seize new ideas.
And it was in the finals for one of the worst jokes of the festival (it didn't win) how about that for cold comfort.

But it isn't difficult to see how two lively (twisted?) minds can dream up the same thing - someone mentioned Bob Monkhouse the other day -if ever you saw him on a live show where he asked the audience for a subject for a joke he would start with the word, go through rhyming words, go through closely related and more distantly related words concepts and finally linking several ideas together he would come up with a joke.

The rapidity with which jokes came out when Whacko Jacko died was ubelievable

Whe the next royal wedding was announced within an hourI was texted the following:

'Reg XYZ married for 60 years to his wife was asked what advice he would give to the happy couple for a long and happy married life and he said

Wear a seat belt'

The mind of humans has evolvedto associate ideas and symbols and cause and effect. We are all gifted this way but the more exposure to ideas and experiences the better we are at it.

Bugger I've gone on and on again!

Monkey! You can't complain about frivolity here

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Posted: 14 Jan 11 14:28 - Edited By: Bureau, 14 Jan 11 14:31
Back to the Frivolity: (Don't hide the madness)


Country Music soundtracks in movies:

Truck Soup

Last Banjo in Paris, Kentucky

The Half Sense

Armageddon Good Money fer that Backer Patch

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Posted: 14 Jan 11 19:53 - Edited By: Erskin Quint, 14 Jan 11 20:33
Tractor Driver
The Swining
To Kill A Clucking Bird
The String
In The Watertrough
Dye Hard
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Creamcatcher

The Dark Calf

Inbred Children of the Corn

Dolores Clayoven

The Plough Sematary

Pride and Head Juices

The Ten Abandonments (Epic)

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Posted: 14 Jan 11 23:44 - Edited By: John Peurach, 14 Jan 11 23:46
L'Age D'Ain't

Unmodern Times

My Man Godfearingfry

The Paducah Story

Citizen Korn

She Wore A Calico Ribbon

Millie Pierce

Sunset Cowpath

The Day The Earth Do-Si-Doed

Closely Watched Sows

Cries and Hollers

Abushelandapeck Now

All The President's Hired Hands

Scenes From A Shotgun Marriage

A Man For All Harvest Seasons

Buggy Driver

Five Easy Pieces Of Bottom Land

The Godpappy

Chinertown

Written on the Twister

Les Quatre Cent Coops

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The men who leered at goats
Born on the 4th of .....hey ma!!
Alabma Jones ayund thur Junkyard of Dooom
The hayund thayut holds the ladle
The hillbillies have eyes
Two Lane Ford Truck
Peggy-sue jumped the broomstick
Amer.. Amercain ....Gr shit Elroy how do you spell graffiti?
The three eyes of Laura Mars
Meet the Shuckers
The hogs of War
The day of the fishin tackle

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Posted: 15 Jan 11 11:26
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Posted: 15 Jan 11 12:36 - Edited By: Bureau, 15 Jan 11 13:47
Oh Brother Clem, Where Art Thou?

"Your-Ass-Can't" Park

Hairy Potter & the Green Chilis of Fire

Chaws!

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