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WAR OF THE WORLDS

They have all narrated The War of the Worlds.

Cedric Hardwick for the 1953 film.

Morgan Freeman for the remake in 2005.

Richard Burton for Jeff Wayne's 1978 musical album.

I omitted Orson Welles who narrated the original 1938 radio broadcast.

I thought if I had put him in it would have been too easy.

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Well I for one never would have got the answer! Not even with the help of Orson Wells!

Join the club Canny lass i would never have guessed that.

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Bugger! I actually thought of that but didn't follow it up.....

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Aha, I happen to know this without the need to even think, so I'll leave it for others to try and get it first.....no clues from me!!

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Aha, I happen to know this without the need to even think, so I'll leave it for others to try and get it first.....no clues from me!!

Cheers, Mercuryg. It's a good one, let's see how many know it.

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Have they all played themselves in a film?

No, sorry Canny Lass, that's not the connection, but there is a specific one. Mercuryg says he knows it.

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post-2953-0-91477800-1348643361_thumb.jpA WINNER!!!

Well Done Vic. (I know Mercuryg had said he knew it so well done to him, too.)

So, Vic, you have won the first prize. You will represent GB in the Louisiana alligator wrestling tournament this Xmas. No, don't thank me now, thank me later...er...hopefully. I know people who would give an arm and a leg for this opportunity - and many have. So once again well done.

Does anybody want some more?

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post-2953-0-91477800-1348643361_thumb.jpA WINNER!!!

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Yes! Nice to have something to ponder when bored at work!

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post-2953-0-91477800-1348643361_thumb.jpA WINNER!!!

Well Done Vic. (I know Mercuryg had said he knew it so well done to him, too.)

So, Vic, you have won the first prize. You will represent GB in the Louisiana alligator wrestling tournament this Xmas. No, don't thank me now, thank me later...er...hopefully. I know people who would give an arm and a leg for this opportunity - and many have. So once again well done.

Does anybody want some more?

Aye gan on then

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post-2953-0-91477800-1348643361_thumb.jpA WINNER!!!

Well Done Vic. (I know Mercuryg had said he knew it so well done to him, too.)

So, Vic, you have won the first prize. You will represent GB in the Louisiana alligator wrestling tournament this Xmas. No, don't thank me now, thank me later...er...hopefully. I know people who would give an arm and a leg for this opportunity - and many have. So once again well done.

Does anybody want some more?

Thanks Keith! Been going there for years :whistle: , the 'gators are quite armless it's them bloody Aussie crocs that give me trouble, doing the crocodile roll!

(Wor lass introduced me to the sport, she enters me every year! said it was more manly than growing leeks!)

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This one is hard but there is a connection; my best clue would be film character appearances.

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