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Roger Moore :thumbsdown: (I would've said George Lazenby, but he didn't last long enough)

edit: I forgot about Timothy Dalton, I'll pick him

Name a movie that doesn't contain any violence

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Great question and, probably, impossible to answer but I'll bite . . .

"The Grapes of Wrath."

Don't be fooled by the last word.

Name the worst artificial sweetner and explain why diet "anything" is worse for you than naturally sweetened foods.

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Cyclamates (banned in the US since 1969). Artificial sweeteners are worse than natural sweeteners for 2 reasons:

1. Since the human body is not designed to absorb non-natural substances, artificial products may increase the risk of certain diseases, such as cancer.

2. Since your body craves the sugar when you eat or drink something sweet, an artificial product will not necessarily satiate that desire, causing you to crave sugar as much or even more after having the sugar substitute.

Enough with the science crap, back to the thread. ;)

Name a word whose first 3 letters appear in succession in the alphabet.

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Hey, cyberjudge, what is wrong with your right answers and the accuracy of them?

Though, aspartame is not banned in the USA but is in most of "health foods." That was the answer I was looking for. However, take not my word for it . . . Aspartame

It's terrible, with all of the recent "health foods," that aspartame is one of the ingredients that defeats the purpose. It tricks the body to become diabetic.

"Lipton" green tea (bottled) is one of a thousand examples.

But, I catch your drift so why is a draft bad for y...whoops...ok.

The Jackson 5's ABC?...Seriously, I'll let someone else answer that.

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Name a movie title with 5 words.

"Bon Voyage and Aventure Malgache." (Alfred Hitchcock 1944)

:doh:

Naming 2 seperate titles, each with 2 words and inserting the word "and" between them doesn't count, MT.

MCK asked for one movie title with 5 words.

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Thanks for bringing it to my attention, Brad.

It's just written on my DVD as one movie so I thought I'd give it a shot.

Nice catch! :coolio:

Okay, more realistically, how about . . .

"The Treasure of Sierra Madre?" (John Huston 1948)

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Okay, more realistically, how about . . .

"The Treasure of Sierra Madre?" (John Huston 1948)

Sorry, MT.

Removing words from the title doesn't count either.

The title of that movie is:

"The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre".

That's 6 words.

One more strike and you're out, slugger. :laughing:

Good movie, by the way! :thumbsup:

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Yo, Brad, you must be a movie enthusiast because you've caught me in many mistakes.

I love the fact that you're so young yet so intelligent.

Lemme try once more . . .

"The Man in the Moon" (Robert Mulligan 1991)

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