Six Degrees Of Separation 2
  • RULES: You must find an actor from the last movie listed and post a different movie that they were in, like this...

    Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade

    Harrison Ford

    Air Force One


    (next post)

    Air Force One

    Gary Oldman

    The Professional


    (next post)

    The Professional

    Jean Reno


    ...and so on and so on.
    Well now we have a fresh new thread for all of us movie junkies to continue on with the last thread here goes...

    Demon Knight

    William Sadler

    The Green Mile
  • The Green Mile

    Michael Clarke Duncan

    Planet Of The Apes (2001)
  • Planet of the Apes (2001)

    Mark Wahlberg

  • Fear

    Alyssa Milano

    Poison Ivy II
  • Poison Ivy II

    Johnathan Schaech

    That Thing You Do
  • That Thing You Do

    Tom Hanks

  • This is probably the only thread that members get no post-credit for posting in.


    Robert Loggia

    Jagged Edge
  • Originally posted by wreckingball@Jul 9 2002, 08:28 PM
    This is probably the only thread that members get no post-credit for posting in.

    Who cares? Its a fun game. (I'm not trying to imply that you only care about your post count, I'm sure that by now I no longer seems important.)

    Anyway on with the game.

    Jagged Edge

    Jeff Bridges

    Blown Away
  • Simply an observation, Rex. No need to head for higher moral ground, I doubt that post-count means less to any other member than I. I, too, play this for fun........

    Blown Away

    Tommy Lee Jones

    Natural Born Killers
  • Natural Born Killers

    Robert Downey Jr. (sp?)

    U.S. Marshalls
  • U.S. Marshals

    Wesley Snipes

    Demolition Man
  • Demolition Man

    Sylvester Stallone

    First Blood
  • First Blood

    David Caruso

    Hudson Hawk
  • Hudson Hawk

    Bruce Willis


    Psst WB are we the only ones playing this game?
  • Naw, we're just quick to the punch


    Samuel L. Jackson

    Hard Eight
  • Guess your right 'cause heres another one...

    Hard Eight

    Gwyneth Paltrow

    Shallow Hal
  • If you don't get right, you get left.....

    Shallow Hal

    Jack Black

    Bob Roberts
  • ...and if you don't get left you are somewhere in the middle.

    Bob Roberts

    Tim Robbins

    The Shawshank Redemption
  • The Shawshank Redemption

    William Sadler

  • Rush

    Jennifer Jason Leigh

    Single White Female

    This is a pretty good thing we got going here WB.
  • Single White Female

    Bridget Fonda

    Kiss of the Dragon

  • Umm... Gid who said you could play? This is Wreckingballs and my game. Just yanking your chain, good to see another face in here...

    Kiss of the Dragon

    Jet Li

    Leathal Weapon 4
  • Lethal Weapon 4

    Kim Chan

    Jumpin' Jack Flash

    (I wanna play too!!! :D )
  • You just can't leave me out either!

    Jumping Jack Flash

    Annie Potts

  • Ghostbusters

    Bill Murray

    Charlie's Angels
  • Charlie's Angels

    Drew Barrymore
  • Well Wreckingball guess its not a secret anymore, they've gone and ruined it... ;)


    Erika Eleniak

    Under Siege

    Erika was the little girl in pigtails that Elliot kisses after he frees all of the frogs. She was also in (like my reply says) Under Siege, yes she is the girl that jumps out of the cake. I can see that she is all grown up now.
  • Ok Now I wanna play as well, please don't exclude me. :(

    Under Siege

    Gary Busey

    Point Break
  • So the word's out then........good! :D

    Point Break

    Lori Petty

    Tank Girl
  • Tank Girl

    Ice - T

    3000 Miles to Graceland
  • 3000 Miles to Graceland (amazing movie)

    Kevin Costner

    Robin Hood: Prince of Theives
  • Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

    MaryElizabeth Mastrantonio

    Scarface (that's an amazing movie)
  • Scarface

    F. Murray Abraham

    The Name of the Rose
  • The Name of the Rose (loved that movie! All those perverse priests at the time of the Inquisition........ things have changed a lot, huh?)

    Christian Slater

    Interview With the Vampire

  • Interview with the Vampire (excellent movie!)

    Kirsten Dunst(?sp?) (she was the little girl)

    Spiderman! (she played Mary Jane)
  • Spiderman

    Willem Defoe

    Clear and Present Danger

  • Clear and Present Danger

    Harrison Ford (yummy!) ;)

    Blade Runner
  • Blade Runner

    Daryl Hannah

    Roxanne ( you don't have to put on the red light ) :D
  • Roxanne

    Steve Martin

    Little Shop of Horrors

    Sing it:

    "I am a dentist, and have a talent for causing things pain"

    Ok, maybe not

  • Little Shop of Horrors

    Vincent Gardenia

    Death Wish
  • Death Wish

    Steven Keats

    The Gambler
  • The Gambler

    Richard Foronjy (I thought he was the farkin' bastadge guy from "Johnny Dangerously," but he's not)

    Repo Man "A Repo Man is always intense."
  • Repo Man

    Emilio Estevez

    The Breakfast Club *my all time favorite 80's movie*
  • The breakfast club.

    Ally Sheedy

    Short Circuit
  • Well, well.....look who's joined in...... if it isn't Mr. Gr8whiteshark? Nice to see you around Gr8white, I don't care what those other members said about you........... :D

    Short Circuit

    Steve Guttenberg

    The Boys From Brazil
  • Why I aughta..... Ooooooooooooo, I'l git ya WB! :P

    The Boys From Brazil

    James Mason

    Murder by Decree
  • Murder by Decree

    Christopher Plummer

    The Sound of Music

    This is one of the best ever musicals.....
  • The Sound of Music

    Julie Andrews

    Mary Poppins
  • hehe.....promises, promises. :lol:

    Mary Poppins

    Elsa Lanchester

    The Bride of Frankenstein
  • The Bride of Frankenstein

    Elsa Lanchester (played Mary Shelly & the Bride)

    Terror in the Wax Museum (cool flick)
  • Terror in the Wax Museum

    Ray Milland

    Dial M For Murder

    (another cool flick!)
  • Gr8white, it seems you're a bit out of practice. As I used Elsa Lanchester to link Mary Poppins with The Bride of Frankenstein, she's right out for use to connect The Bride of Frankenstein with anything else. The proper play would have been to use someone else from the cast of The Bride of Frankenstein......see? :blink:

    Dial "M" for Murder

    Grace Kelly

  • WB. I do know how to play the game, however, you are so right! I totally had a brain fart! Slap my a$$ with honey and sit me outside a bear cave!!! Bad shark! Bad! :(
    Let's do this right, shall I?


    Ava Gardener

    The Barefoot Contessa
  • The Barefoot Contessa

    Marius Goring

    A Matter of Life and Death

    (another great film!)

    :D :D :D

    Here's your honey where's that bear?!!!
  • Oooooh! So close! You almost got me with that one, my heroine. :D


    A Matter of Life and Death (released in the U.S. as Stairway to Heaven)

    Kim Hunter

    Planet of the Apes
  • Planet of the Apes

    Charlton Heston

    Ben Hur

    Tooooo easy Wreckin'!
  • Easy, perhaps, but I linked an obscure David Niven movie to The Planet of the Apes! That is a feat.

    Oops! Sorry. I got two of Heston's "sandal and sword" epics confused. Edward G. Robinson wasn't in Ben Hur.

    Ben Hur

    Sam Jaffe

    The Day the Earth Stood Still
  • So, we're trying to get obscure are we?

    The Day the Earth Stood Still

    Billy Gray (may remember as Bud from "Father knows best")

    Jim Thorpe - All American
  • Obscure isn't the goal for me, but occasionally I do consider a stumper, even if I don't play it.........

    Jim Thorpe, All-American

    Steve Cochran

    White Heat
  • White Heat

    James Cagney

    Man of a Thousand Faces
  • Man of a Thousand Faces

    Jim Backus

    Rebel Without a Cause
  • Rebel Without a Cause

    James Dean

    East of Eden

    Actually that was a feat, linking David Niven to Planet of the Apes!
    Didn't mean it to sound derogatory Wreckin' - hope that's not how it came across. If it did, please accept my apology my friend.

  • No offence taken, Lola. :D

    East of Eden

    Raymond Massey

    Seven Angry Men
  • "Seven Angry Men"? Is that a legit movie WB? There was a "Twelve Angry Men", which Raymond Massy wasn't in. Can you confirm?
  • Yes Gr8 it is a legitmate movie, not a bad western either

    Seven Angry Men ( Also known as God's Angry Men)

    Dennis Weaver

    The Bridges at Toko-Ri
  • Confirm this, honkus! Nyaaaaah! :lol: :D :lol:

    The Bridges at Toko-Ri

    William Holden

    The Omen II
  • WB you smart a$$! :P

    And the actual title you doofus is:

    Damien: Omen II

    Lance Henriksen

    Alien 3
  • Outstanding, toothy! Not only did you correct my error (thank you very much), but you played one of my favorite actors. Nicely done. :)

    Alien 3

    Ian Holm

  • Brazil

    Robert de Niro

    A bronx tale
  • A Bronx Tale

    Chazz Palmintieri(sp?)

    The Usual Suspects
  • The Usual Suspects

    Kevin Spacey

    Seven *the best crime thriller ever!*
  • Seven

    Morgan Freeman

    Lean on me
  • Lean on me

    Lynn Thigpen

    Blankman (ugh!)
  • Blankman

    David Alan Grier

    I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
  • I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

    Jim Brown

    Mars Attacks!
  • Mars Attacks!

    *Jeez so many ways to go here*
    Pierce Brosnan

  • Goldeneye

    Sean Bean

    Bravo Two Zero (May I say an excellent [true] story and an excellent movie!)
  • That's a tough one, I had only one out, thank goodness it's a big one. :blink:

    Bravo Two Zero

    Richard Graham

  • Titanic

    Leonardo DiCaprio

    The Beach
  • The Beach

    Robert Carlyle

  • Trainspotting (what, is that like bird-watching, only more interesting!?)

    Kelly Macdonald

    Elizabeth (aka: Elizabeth: the Virgin Queen)
  • Elizabeth (aka Elizabeth: The Virgin Queen) virgin? Hah!

    Geoffrey Rush

  • Quills

    Joaquin Phoenix

  • No speedie, trainspotting isn't exactly like birdwatching. You see, one actually put spots on the train in trainspotting, and I understand (I haven't seen the film yet) that the spotting is usually done from a bridge as the train passes under, and it's spotted with material produced in the body. Y'know, puke, poop, whatever. The film has been described to me as a "dark movie about heroin addiction". For what it's worth.......


    Mel Gibson

    The Road Warrior
  • The Road Warrior

    Vernon Wells


    (Remember this one? Pseudo remake of Fantastic Voyage.)
  • Oh yeah. I remember it. I remember Tuck's sweet Shelby convertible, hottttttt!


    Kevin McCarthy

    Invasion of the Body Snatchers (O.G. Body Snatchin' version) B)
  • What the heck is the "O.G. Body Snatchin' version"??? <_<
  • I take it ya mean the original version. In which case:

    Invasion of the body snatchers

    Larry Gates

    In the Heat of the Night (1967)

  • In the Heat of the Night (1967)

    Sidney Poitier

    The Jackal *A good movie minus Bruce Willis' scene with that guy in the bar. You know the one I'm talking about.* :o :blink: We really should have a vomit smilie, these are the closest that I could find.
  • I don't know Rex, you're soundin' a little homo-phobic there......y'know that's not very "PC". If you don't like fags, just say so. Gideon'll get over it. :D

    The Jackal

    Jack Black

    Bob Roberts
  • Looks like someone is cruising for a bruising!

    I am sooooooooooo looking forward to the av awards ;)

    he he


    Bob Roberts

    Fred Ward

    Escape From Alcatraz (1979)

  • Escape From Alcatraz (1979)

    Clint Eastwood

  • Unforgiven

    Gene Hackman

    Young Frankenstein (back here again!)
  • No worries, Gideon. It's all in good fun. :D

    Young Frankenstein

    Kenneth Mars

  • he he - its going to be in-recoveryball after the av awards ;) - lol

    How about:


    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (cameo - as himself)


    A tenuous link granted, but I didn
  • Airplane

    Lesley Neilson Who in the hell names their son Lesley?

    Naked Gun
  • HAHAHA!!! Only Canadians would name their son Leslie, Rex* :lol: :D

    The Naked Gun

    George Kennedy

    In Harm's Way

    *I'm not kidding, look it up. Leslie Nielsen's Canadian, I wouldn't lie aboot it. :lol:
  • In Harm's Way (another favorite!)
  • Kelly's Heroes

    Telly Savalas

    The Dirty Dozen

    Seemed logical....... B)
  • The Dirty Dozen

    Jeff Conaway

    Grease The wifes favourite movie, definitely not mine.

    A thousand pardons, I did a search and used the first movie that came up, The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission(1988) . Now realizing that it is The Dirty Dozen (1967) I will gladly edit this post to try and save some face. One other thing WB, I already knew that Leslie Nielson was Canadian.:P ;)

    The Dirty Dozen

    Donald Sutherland

    National Lampoons: Animal House
  • Grease is OK, but what role did Jeff Conaway play in The Dirty Dozen?

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