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Without Googling, do you know who Yul Brynner and Telly Salvas are?
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I don't know either person 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
I know who Yul Brynner is, but not Telly Savalas 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
I know who Telly Savalas is, but not Yul Brynner 8%  8%  [ 2 ]
I know who both of them are 80%  80%  [ 20 ]
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My wife was having a conversation with a couple of friends, and we ended up talking about bald people and the names Yul Brynner and Telly Savalas came up, but our friends were ignorant of them both. Now they are a bit younger than me, born in the early 80s.

I was really surprised, but I wondered if it is just an age thing, most people here are also slightly younger than me, do you guys know who they are (without googling)?

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Considering the resurgence of Westworld I'm surprised of folks not being aware of Yul Brynner

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Considering the resurgence of Westworld I'm surprised of folks not being aware of Yul Brynner


That was partly my thinking

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That's me not knowing. Mid 80s. I've heard the name Yul Brynner but don't know who is and didn't know that's how it's spelled.


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For the longest time I thought that Yul Brynner and Telly Savalas were completely bald because of something actually wrong with their heads. Shocked to learn they were just regular baldies who had shaved the rest off.


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Knew them both well as actors. Knew neither were completely bald as well and have seen early films of both of theirs when they had hair.

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I went for I know neither.

I'd heard of the name Yul Brenner, but I thought he was a famous chess player or bridge player or something.


Could be Omar Sharif you're thinking of.

I'd heard of both Yul Brynner and Telly Savalas but until fairly recently, I'd not seen anything they were in till I watched Westworld a few years back.

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I went for I know neither.

I'd heard of the name Yul Brenner, but I thought he was a famous chess player or bridge player or something.

Hi name is mentioned in 'One night in Bangkok' from the musical 'Chess'.


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That would be it. I typically avoid musicals, and that one I've successfully avoided too the extent I've never heard of it.


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I grew up seeing them both on the telly.

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I went for I know neither.

I'd heard of the name Yul Brenner, but I thought he was a famous chess player or bridge player or something.

Hi name is mentioned in 'One night in Bangkok' from the musical 'Chess'.


A shitty along from a shitty musical....... I also avoid musicals.

And poetry.

Unless it's rude or funny.

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‘Chess’ is an excellent musical, tbf.

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All musical's are shit (as is opera and ballet), the concept is utter madness and I have no truck with it. I feel embarrassed to watch them. Films with some songs are sometimes OK, e.g. Hard Day's Night

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All musical's are shit

You don’t like Blues Brothers?

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You look like youse could use a Mary Poppins. A man who doesn't watch Mary Poppins is not a whole man. Why do you not have Mary Poppins in your hand?

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You don’t like Blues Brothers?

No, it was shit.

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You look like youse could use a Mary Poppins. A man who doesn't watch Mary Poppins is not a whole man. Why do you not have Mary Poppins in your hand?

That's a film with some songs in it. Not bad. I saw the new one at the kino a couple of weeks ago with my granddaughter.

Edit. But it should have still been Julie Andrews. That new tart was all wrong for it. And Michael Banks needed chinning, the wimp.

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You look like youse could use a Mary Poppins. A man who doesn't watch Mary Poppins is not a whole man. Why do you not have Mary Poppins in your hand?

That's a film with some songs in it. Not bad. I saw the new one at the kino a couple of weeks ago with my granddaughter.

Edit. But it should have still been Julie Andrews. That new tart was all wrong for it. And Michael Banks needed chinning, the wimp.

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You look like youse could use a Mary Poppins. A man who doesn't watch Mary Poppins is not a whole man. Why do you not have Mary Poppins in your hand?

That's a film with some songs in it. Not bad. I saw the new one at the kino a couple of weeks ago with my granddaughter.

Edit. But it should have still been Julie Andrews. That new tart was all wrong for it. And Michael Banks needed chinning, the wimp.

Mary Poppins is definitely a musical.

Yeah, that’s 100% a musical. Chimeny sweeps don’t all spontaneously step in tune outside of a musical. Anymore.

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You look like youse could use a Mary Poppins. A man who doesn't watch Mary Poppins is not a whole man. Why do you not have Mary Poppins in your hand?

That's a film with some songs in it. Not bad. I saw the new one at the kino a couple of weeks ago with my granddaughter.

Edit. But it should have still been Julie Andrews. That new tart was all wrong for it. And Michael Banks needed chinning, the wimp.

Mary Poppins is definitely a musical.

Yeah, that’s 100% a musical. Chimeny sweeps don’t all spontaneously step in tune outside of a musical. Anymore.


There's a cut off point for me between musicals and films with songs in them. I just haven't been able to define it beyond 'that was shit' and 'that film had some quite good songs in it, and not too many to spoil it.'

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Sounds like you mostly just don’t like songs.

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Maybe he doesn't, but I do. I have a large collection of them, many of which are very enjoyable.

Even the ones with lyrics that make no sense at all (e.g. about 75% of what Jon Anderson wrote with Yes).

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Perhaps I was scarred by being taken to see '7 Brides for 7 Brothers' and 'Tommy the Torriador' at the pictures when I was rather young.

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There's a cut off point for me between musicals and films with songs in them. I just haven't been able to define it beyond 'that was shit' and 'that film had some quite good songs in it, and not too many to spoil it.'

Musicals are films that have songs about things happening in the film, like Mary Poppins, Little Shop of Horrors or The Greatest Showman. Films with songs are just films with characters singing songs that have a "normal" explanation, like Sister Act, Pitch Perfect or American Pie.

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So IS Blues Brothers a musical, by that standard? (I’ve not actually seen it, and I know they are singers, but do they only sing the songs as part of performances/practice and do the songs advance the plot? I genuinely can’t remember if you usually say it’s a musical or not :D

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Yes, because of the song "Think", which is Aretha Franklin telling Matt "Guitar" Murphy to think about things when the Blues Brothers ask him to rejion the band.

Also there is a bit of magic music going on when people are dancing outside Ray's Music Exchange.

You should watch it.

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All musical's are shit (as is opera and ballet), the concept is utter madness and I have no truck with it. I feel embarrassed to watch them. Films with some songs are sometimes OK, e.g. Hard Day's Night


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All musical's are shit (as is opera and ballet), the concept is utter madness and I have no truck with it. I feel embarrassed to watch them. Films with some songs are sometimes OK, e.g. Hard Day's Night


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So IS Blues Brothers a musical, by that standard? (I’ve not actually seen it, and I know they are singers, but do they only sing the songs as part of performances/practice and do the songs advance the plot? I genuinely can’t remember if you usually say it’s a musical or not :D


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Yes, because of the song "Think", which is Aretha Franklin telling Matt "Guitar" Murphy to think about things when the Blues Brothers ask him to rejion the band.

Also there is a bit of magic music going on when people are dancing outside Ray's Music Exchange.

You should watch it.

I did try to watch it once, at Russell’s suggestion, but I just didn’t get on with it or find it entertaining. I know that’s like blaspheming here, but I didn’t think it was any good.

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I'm not sure American Pie was in Grimothy's list. There's no singing in it

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I'm not sure American Pie was in Grimothy's list. There's no singing in it

Oz joins the acappella team with Heather.

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Yes, because of the song "Think", which is Aretha Franklin telling Matt "Guitar" Murphy to think about things when the Blues Brothers ask him to rejion the band.

Also there is a bit of magic music going on when people are dancing outside Ray's Music Exchange.

You should watch it.

I did try to watch it once, at Russell’s suggestion, but I just didn’t get on with it or find it entertaining. I know that’s like blaspheming here, but I didn’t think it was any good.


I’ve never been that entertained by it either.

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