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Dinner For Ten
Who Said It
"When I was sitting down at my dinner table with ten different celebrities from the past and present, it proved to be quite a competition of quotes. I can't remember who said what. Please help me with my dilemma."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
As my first guest passed the plate of succulent, tender roast beef, which he thought to be awesome, to one of my other guests, he quickly exclaimed, "I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse!" Which actor is credited with making that very statement?
Readily accepting the plate of roast beef, the next guest replied with a smirk and a furrowed brow, "Go ahead, make my day", as he happily helped himself to a couple of slices of the tender roast and asked the piano player to play "Misty"! Which of my guests said that?
Claiming to be a grossed out by all of this "meaty" talk, my next guest, a beautiful Southern belle, who dwelt on a cotton plantation called Tara, lost her appetite. Without even thinking, she exclaimed, "As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again." Which actress, seated at my dinner table, made this remark?
Feeling amused by the over exaggeration by our previous guest, my next dinner guest quickly blurted out her own remark of "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death!" Which of my dinner guests, who once played the part of Rose Hovick, the mother of Gypsy Rose Lee, made this statement?
When the arguing was seemingly about to begin, on whether or not to eat, my next guest cleverly stated, while waving his cool hand, "What we've got here is failure to communicate." Who was this wise guest of mine?
I agreed with my wise guest and steered the conversation in another direction as I brought out a fine dessert! Eying the double fudge chocolate cake, this guest's eyes melted and his tongue licked his lips. He surely was thinking 'batter up' as he said "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the Earth." Can you please tell me which of my guests made this comment?
With that being said my next guest, drooling with anticipation, quickly quipped a splendid remark of his own. With glowing eyes and a cue to Sam, the piano player, he said, "The stuff that dreams are made of" and took a large bite out of the double fudge chocolate cake. Who was this guest?
Feeling full enough from dinner and wanting to keep her girlish figure, as long as she could 'turn back time' that is, this actress used a line from one of her movies, as she refused dessert. She said, "Bobo, take the cart away." Who said this?
Well, dessert was over and now it was time to serve my guests some after dinner drinks. Out of the blue I heard this delightful Scottish guest mutter, "A martini. Shaken, not stirred." Who said that?
With dinner wrapping up and everybody feeling quite stuffed and content, my final guest spotted a box of 'After Eights' on the sideboard, picked up the box and in his finest British accent said, "One mint? Wafer thin, sir!" Surely you can tell me which of my guests said that.
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Compiled Dec 11 12