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Posted by: Charles Jul 1 2018, 09:52 AM
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Sometimes questions that can be easily Googled can be made a little more difficult by adding a few twists in the research trail. Perhaps this is one of them.

"Pulp Fiction", "Three Amigos" and "Lost in Translation" are three successful but quite different movies.

A male star from each of these movies has something quite unique with the other two.

Name the three actors and what they uniquely have in common.

Posted by: Pool Jul 4 2018, 09:59 AM
Chevy chase and bill murry both in caddy shack
trying to not google, wracking my brain on actors for Pulp fiction, to remember if any golf movies :)

Posted by: Charles Jul 4 2018, 12:11 PM
Hi Pool

You're more than welcome to answer Burning Questions each week. In fact it's a pleasure to have another member involved.

Rather than post answers here (so that others might benefit from your wisdom) it is better to send a PM (Private Message).

As you are new to the site, this might be something you haven't done before. To send a PM, take the following steps:
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Posted by: Charles Jul 8 2018, 09:50 AM
John Travolta ("Pulp Fiction"), Chevy Chase ("Three Amigos") and Bill Murray ("Lost in Translation") all rejected the title role in the film "Forrest Gump" before fourth choice, Tom Hanks, accepted the part.

All three have other things in common, but rejecting the part of Forrest Gump is unique to the three.

Pool and Flin each earn two points for identifying two of the actors.

Alicia and Bear earn four points after naming all three and the unique connection.

As Alicia came up with the answer with her first attempt, she earns a bonus point.

Posted by: Alicia Jul 8 2018, 12:01 PM
Thank you Charles. I did wonder about second attempts to get the correct answer silly me didn’t ask. I remember you once telling me to have another go, but wasn’t sure if that applied to all queations, I will now put my answers in sooner and have more attempts when wrong.

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