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Re: Favorite Movie Scenes; keep it clean :-) by Wild in Africa on 18 December 2010 5:48pm
 
Yes PerfectB, love that scene in 'White Mischief' as well, particularly as I know the location, Lake Naivasha in Kenya, very well though I think what she says is "Oh, God, not another fu~*ing perfect day"

One of my favourite scenes is at the beginning of 'Apocalypse Now' my favourite move btw, where Captain Willard (Martin Sheen's character) moves from a fever driven nightmare of Helicopter rotor blades to the spinning blades of a ceiling fan in his recovery room, with the voiceover quote "Saigon... shit; I'm still only in Saigon... Every time I think I'm gonna wake up back in the jungle"
 
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