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Subject:Re: Andy Richter (1) and Techwr-l the Movie (2) From:wordsync -at- swbell -dot- net To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 20 Mar 2002 16:51:39 -0700
Maggie Secara wrote:
There was a show on HBO some years ago where the beleagured guy's
fantasies wereplayed out as cuts from old movies and TV shows. REALLY old
movies (B/W) for the most part. Pre-dates Ally McBeal by a few years.
It was called "Dream On," I believe, and I think the main character was
played by Brian Benben or something like that.
By the way, for the Techwr-l movie, I like Kathy Bates for me, in one of
her crazier roles (maybe Rat Race), except that I'm taller (5'11").
wordsync -at- swbell -dot- net
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