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We - Fantasy/SF novel written by Samjatin
She = an adventure novel by H. Rider Haggard first published in serialized form in The Windsor Magazine in 1904-5.
She - the hit song by Elvis Costello
- it's also referring a wife of mine named Eva
Shea = an African tree whose seeds yield shea butter. It must not be confused with "She who must be obeyed".
Stadium - as for example the ballpark of New York Mets
200 metre dash = about once around an ancient Greek stadium
olympic games
five ring circus
Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash, the man in black
Fire in the Hole call before igniting the blasting powder in mining
Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall
Pinky Fisk a local socialist curmudgeon who died a few years back.
Mr Kipling - and his exceedingly good cakes Birthday Smilie

Edit: Oops, I replyed to the previous page and not this one...

I'll say Cranky instead Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie
Get out and get under song lyrics from the era when cars were hand cranked and often broke down requiring the driver to do so in order to make repairs.
Lada - the Russian car performing as always
Chitty chitty bang bang 1968 movie based on the children's book by Ian Fleming, the father of 007.
Sean Connery - wasn't he the real JB?
Yes, SC was the original JB in the movie Dr. No.

Michael Caine who starred with SC in the movie The Man Who Would Be King, my favorite Kipling tale.
Mowgli - from "The Jungle Book"
Gunga Din
India
indiana jones... Smile Smilie
Minnesota Fats professional pool shark (billiard player)
Snooker
Joe Davis - Winner of the first championship in snooker held in 1927.
"Trouble, oh we got trouble,
Right here in River City!
With a capital "T"
That rhymes with "P"
And that stands for Pool.!"

"Ya got one, two, three, four, five, six pockets in a table.
Pockets that mark the diff'rence
Between a gentlemen and a bum,
With a capital "B,"
And that rhymes with "P" and that stands for pool! "
Pool-shark
Jaws naw-dum-naw-dum-naw-dum-naw-dum-naw-dum-
Moby Dick - still living in the ocean I belive, but not hunted by whalers!
Japanese Scientific Whale Studying Fleet I believe they bagged and tagged the Great White Whale two or three times and finally relegated him to their larder, serving him up as:Blubber on a Stick" back in their baseball parks after collecting all kinds of extraneous data about: what he likes to wear; what he thinks about the price of petrol; and what his favorite color. But I digress.....
Nova Scotia whales and whale watching
Scotch a slightly smoky liquid I learned to drink mixed with water at my late in-laws home some forty years ago. Alcoholic Smilie
Jack Daniels - another kind of fire-water, preferable to salt-water
Old No. 7
Lassie nr. 7 - played in umptith wonderdog-movies and was ever so faithful!
"Woof bark ralph ruff!" Translation = "Help, Timmy's fallen in the well and I can't get him out by myself, your going to have to help."

I remember the Lassie movie in wartime Norway; which number was that?
Timothy - Pinocchio's conscious friend, but not in a well I hope!

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I remember the Lassie movie in wartime Norway; which number was that?
That was new information, but I wasn't quite aware of the cult-Lassie at the time!
Bluegrass

Found it: Son of Lassie made in 1945 and it was movie number two.
Green, green grass of home...
How Green Was My Valley (1941) movie; (1939) book by Richard Llewellyn
The Green Way
The Green Man = Father Nature, the consort(?) of Mother Nature
Batman
Bats in the Belfry
Belfry of Ghent - 91mtrs tall
YETI YETI
Tora Tora Tora
Genesis Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteronomy - The first five books of The Bible, of which is all the Torah includes Teacher Smilie Read Smilie
Eru (The One)
Eyore the very gloomy, blue-gray sawdust stuffed donkey.
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