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Response to asjr (Reply #7)

Sun Apr 13, 2014, 09:19 PM

29. See my post No. 28 below about the dentist sketch.

I refer to the movie They Went That-a-Way and That-a-Way. I think the dentist bit as it appears in the movie was more hysterical than it was when presented as a sketch on the Carol Burnett Show. In the movie, Tim was an inmate in a prison labor camp ( la Cool Hand Luke) and Dub Taylor was warden in the mold of Strother Martin. Tim was mistakenly thought to be a dentist and was assigned to go to work on the warden's tooth.

Another side-splitting scene in They Went That-a-Way and That-a-Way is when Tim, being on the run from the prison labor camp, is mistaken to be an American-Japanese language interpreter. His attempt to serve as the intermediary between an American official and a visiting Japanese dignitary is off the charts.

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