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What film is the most often seen? And for those of you who have microsoft internet explorer, click on help, go to the second entry of the drop down menu, click on tip of the day, at the bottom of your screen will appear info on how to link, short cuts, cut and paste using the keys, sending a page via email, ect.

-- mitch hearn (, November 26, 2001


Right now - Harry Potter! :-) But my guess for your question is The Wizard of Oz. It's on tv every year, and tons of the video have been sold (and watched often, at least in our house).

-- Cheryl in KS (, November 26, 2001.

"It's a Wonderful Life"

-- Melissa (, November 26, 2001.

That one got swatted pretty fast with a correct answer, so let's dig a little deeper: In early laser experiments there was a measurement of strength units known as ________________?

-- mitch hearn (, November 26, 2001.

But Mitch, you didn't say WHO got the correct answer! Was it Cheryl with The Wizard of Oz, or Melissa with It's a Wonderful Life?

-- Cathy N. (, November 26, 2001.

Oh, probably the wizard of oz, since you gave us computer wizard hints.

-- Cathy N. (, November 26, 2001.

It is the Wiz, the amount of time it takes these to post varies, their not even on my screen yet, I am answering from the old answers section where they show up immediantly.

-- mitch hearn (, November 26, 2001.

My favorite movie, Casablanca, with Humphery Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, is number one. It also has the most misquoted movie line in it. Nowhere in that film will you hear, "Play it again, Sam."

Can anyone tell me what's the second most seen film?

-- Gary in Indiana (, November 26, 2001.

I se nobody has any interest it that question; therefore I will just dump that one and state that the early lazer measurement needed to be tested on a product that was available worldwide, a produce with uniform properties turn out to be Gillette razor blades, therefore the measurements were named "Gillettes".

-- mitch hearn (, November 27, 2001.

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