Thursday, October 6th, 2022 5:30 PM
Which of the following musical reptiles or amphibians would you love to see in the front row of a concert?
4 months ago
Frogs ain't lizards. But I want to work in Michigan J. frog as a normal option or a Betty White option.
What do you peeps think?
I dont remember he singing in the movie though...
@mariojacobs I thought Rango too. But I don't believe he sang in it. I could make an absurd stretch and add him as a spoken word poet.
LouisPeopleMichael-Leon WooleyTitlesThe Princess and the Frog
@mariojacobs Frogs aren't lizards. If you want him on board, a little help rewording the question would be appreciated.
@mariojacobs Never watched the film. Does Louis sing? I'm in the process of rewording title and question. Excellent nomination.
@Tsarstepan I haven't watched it either.
I took the example from my own list
FYC: Mr. Toad singing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFX5M_Btd7U
Also FYC: The Frog chorus from Rupert and the Frog Song, famous for singing Paul McCartney's We All Stand Together
I've uploaded some better images
@Pencho15 Both options have been added to the list. Thanks Pencho.
@Tsarstepan The rest of the images have been uploaded for Rupert and the Frog Song, so in case you want a more musical image for the poll there's:
Frogs from the chorus
Frogs with violin and accordion
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There was a 70's children's show called "New Zoo Review" and one of the characters was a singing frog named Freddie.
Wally Gator would also occasionally sing on the 60's cartoon "Wally Gator."
The biggest one that you forgot, however, is Kermit the Frog! "It's Not Easy Being Green!" "The Rainbow Connection"
@TheOldJalapenoman I'll need to address the criminal Kermit omission soon/. I'll check to see if they others also have respective images as well. Thanks Jalepenoman. Good to have you back.
I'm not really back as a poll creator. I'm just here to add an occasional comment. Due to major health issues, I am now bedridden and will be for the rest of my life (no idea how long that will be).
@TheOldJalapenoman I figured. Still, an occasional comment is a nice thing. Good to have you around still. Added your suggestions and repushed the list.
@Tsarstepan Here are some poll ideas that I have had over the past few weeks. I am unable to do the work to create a poll, but these are a few free ideas for you to use if you wish. If you don't want them, consider them up for grabs:
Most Successful Mission: Impossible (television series) actor
The 1966 Television Series Mission: Impossible ran for seven seasons. The show has spawned a rebooted series as well as a series of successful films (with a different cast). Of the cast members who worked as members of the original series IMF team, which of the actors do you think had the best and most distinguished career?
Steven Hill (season 1) as Dan Briggs
Barbara Bain (seasons 1 to 3) as Cinnamon Carter
Greg Morris (Full series run) as Barney Collier
Peter Lupus (full series run) as Willy Armitage
Peter Graves (seasons 2 to 7) as Jim Phelps
Martin Landau (seasons 1 to 3) as Rollin Hand
Leonard Nimoy (seasons 4 and 5) as Paris
Lesley Ann Warren (season 5) as Dana Lambert
Sam Elliot (season 5) as Doug Robert
Lynda Day George (seasons 5 and 7) as Lisa Casey
Barbera Anderson (season 7) as Mimi Davis
Favorite Movie with a Lion/Mountain Lion as a Pet
Lions, and mountain lions, have occasionally been used as pets in films and television. Which is your favorite movie/tv show where a lion is a family friend or pet?
Notes: All versions of the story of Elsa the Lioness, her siblings, and her offspring in movies and television shows are listed under the original title of Born Free (1966). The television show Daktari was a follow-up to the film Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion and they are listed together. The Lion King films and the Madagascar films are not listed as, even though both feature lions prominently, they are never pets of human beings.
Born Free (1966) (all versions and sequels) Elsa the lioness, her sibilings, and her offspring
Clarence. the Cross-Eyed Lion (1965) a lion, led to television series Daktari
Mia and the White Lion (2018) a white lion
Napoleon and Samantha (1972) a lion
Christian the Lion
Duma (2005) a cheetah
The Wolf and the Lion (2021) A lion cub
Lena and Snowball (2021) a lion cub
Father of the Pride (2004) A family of lions
Sheena (1984) a lion
Secondhand Lions (2003) a lion
Black Samson (1974) a lion
Zebra in the Kitchen (1965) a mountain lion
Throwback Poll: Disney used the similarly named Medfield College, Midvale College, and Merrivale College in ten films from the 60’s and 70’s. Which one of these films was your favorite?
The Absent Minded Professor (1961 at Medfield)
Son of Flubber (1963 at Medfield)
Flubber (1967 at Medfield)
Now You See Him, Now You Don’t (1972 at Medfield)
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969 at Medfield)
The Strongest Man in the World (1975 at Medfield)
The World’s Greatest Athlete (1973 at Merrivale)
The Shaggy D.A. (1976 at Medfield)
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964 at Midvale)
The Monkey’s Uncle (1965 at Midvale)
Note: A recent poll on movie schools omitted ALL of these.
I took the liberty of posting your ideas in this thread so more people can see them: https://community-imdb.sprinklr.com/conversations/imdb-poll/poll-ideas/5f4a7cb48815453dba0ff47a
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