Re: Interconnectedness of all things, redux.
Wed, 30 Jul 1997 22:45:42 -0700
>Close, but no cigar. Sort of like "Come up and see me some time." being
>attributed to Mae West when in fact the closest she ever got to saying
>that is "Why don't you come and see me?" Or like "Billions and billions"
>being attributed to Carl Sagan when in fact Johnny Carson was the one
>who invented the saying in a parody of Sagan's _Cosmos_.
In "Casablanca," Bogart never says "Play it again, Sam." The
closest is when Ingrid Bergman says "Play it, Sam." Don't know where the
urban myth began.
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