Here are the rules: Post a short snippet of a line from a song, and players have to name the movie or play it came from.
FIRST correct answer (per the poster of the song), gets to post the next one.
"When Eddy said he didn't like his teddy..."
Correct! Now it's your turn, Brave Warrior...pick and post a snippet from a movie musical or stage show of your choice...
And, the First one to get the correct answer--according to YOU...gets to post the next.
"Trouble, oh we got trouble,
Right here in River City!
With a capital "T"
That rhymes with "P"
And that stands for Pool,
That stands for pool."
The Music Man is correct. However, Robert Preston, as fake Professor Harold Hill, sang the song in the movie. You're still the winner, snakeslane!
Are previous winners allowed to continue to play, Liz?
Yes, she did, but the rules state it must be the poster of the snippet that awards the chance to post next.
As an added thought--extra bragging rights if you can also name the character who sang the song! ;-) (But no penalty if you don't know, and don't mention any character)
OK, I'll try one. Don't look it up!
“Yeah, to you it’s Thanksgiving; to me it’s Thursday.”
Saturday Night Fever - John Travolta, I guess he didn't sing it, but he strutted to it
Yeah the Beegees sang though John Travolta did strut quite impressively!
Everything's alright, yes, everything's fine.
And we want you to sleep well tonight.
Let the world turn without you tonight.
I would guess you could put in an opera, but you have to win first.
Jesus Christ Superstar. We did it in high school and I sang it!
Actually, I went to a performing arts high school. There weren't a lot of musicals we didn't do all or part of over the course of the four years.
Correct! You must have been Mary Magdalene. Your turn.
Okay on a related note:
Some men are born to live at ease, doing what they please,
Richer than the bees are in honey
Never growing old, never feeling cold
Pulling pots of gold from thin air
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