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OT: The Semi-Anual Young Frankenstein Qote Thread


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Roll, roll, roll in zee hay!!!


Were wolf?

There wolf.

 

"There castle."

 

"Why are you talking like that?"

 

"I thought you wanted to talk like that?"

 

"I don't want to talk like that."

 

"Suit yourself, I'm easy!"

 

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Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: For the experiment to be a success, all of the body parts must be enlarged.

 

Inga: His veins, his feet, his hands, his organs vould all have to be increased in size.

 

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Exactly.

 

Inga: He vould have an enormous schwanzstucker.

 

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: That goes without saying.

 

Inga: Voof.

 

Igor: He's going to be very popular.

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OK, I don't get it. Is there meaning to this? Or is it just a silly nonsense thing that I've been wondering about for all these years?

 

 

The joke is that blucher (or whatever the real german spelling is) means glue. Makes the horses very nervous.

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Dr. Frahnkensteen

 

No, its Frankenstein.

 

You're putting me on.

 

No really.

 

Then do you also say Froederick?

 

No Fredrick.

 

Oh

 

You must be EEgore.

 

No, its pronounced Eyegore.

 

THey told me it was EEgore

 

Well they were wrong then weren't they?

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Too bad it's not true.

 

 

Soilent Green may be people, but blucher ain't glue. It's just a surname. The gag's a take on the old movie ploy of playing a sound like an organ chord, or a lightning strike, whenever the evil villian's name is spoken, or when he/she appears. Note that the horses aren't frightened in Frau Blucher's presence...only when her name is spoken (and wherever....even when no horses are around, like up in the castle tower!).

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