CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title
[464] CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title - The claustrophobic world of a WWII German U-boat; boredom, filth, and sheer terror. Film was made in 1981. - #brainteasers #movie #film #cinemania - Correct Answers: 58 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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CINEMANIA: Guess the movie title

The claustrophobic world of a WWII German U-boat; boredom, filth, and sheer terror. Film was made in 1981.
Correct answers: 58
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
#brainteasers #movie #film #cinemania
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A young boy enters a barbersho...

A young boy enters a barbershop and the barber whispers to his customer, "This is the dumbest kid in the world. Watch while I prove it to you."
The barber puts a dollar bill in one hand and two quarters in the other, then calls the boy over and asks, "Which do you want, son?"
The boy takes the quarters and leaves.
"What did I tell you?" said the barber. "That kid never learns!"
Later, when the customer leaves, he sees the same young boy coming out of the ice cream store. "Hey, son! May I ask you a question? Why did you take the quarters instead of the dollar bill?"
The boy licked his cone and replied, "Because the day I take the dollar, the game's over!"
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Floyd Bennett

Born 25 Oct 1890; died 25 Apr 1928 at age 37.American aviator who piloted the explorer Richard E. Byrd on the first successful flight over the North Pole on 9 May 1926, in a three-engine Fokker monoplane, Josephine Ford. They flew 1,360 miles from King's Bay, Spitzbergen, to the Pole and back in 15-1/2 hours. During his aviation duty in the Navy Bennett had met Byrd (1925) as his commander on the Donald B. MacMillan expedition to northwestern Greenland. Byrd realized that Bennett was more than a good pilot, he was fearless, and one of the finest practical men in the Navy for handling an airplane's temperamental mechanisms. Together, they planned the North Pole flight. For his share in the achievement Bennett received the Congressional Medal of Honor.
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