Right, we all know and love the Dewey Decimal Classification right? You know, it's how most big public libraries arrange their non-fiction stock. Yes, those strange numbers on the spines of the books.
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Ok, here we go.
It's like Charades, but sadder - if such a thing is possible. I tell you if it's a film, book, play or well-known saying (slight incline of the head to Catchphrase), how many words, and give you the Dewey number and you comment what you think is the answer.
It's a film, one word, 963.986.
Heavens this is exciting. Answer in about a week.
Would Michael Caine have any part to play in this?ReplyDelete
Hmmm, maybe. Might feature Michael in the next exciting instalment of Dewey Charades (drum roll - possibly thunder and lightning too).ReplyDelete
Is there a Welsh connection?ReplyDelete
... Well there's Stanley Baker, and Ivor Emmanuel too.ReplyDelete
King Solomon's Mine?ReplyDelete
Men of Harlech!ReplyDelete
And did it feature good hats?ReplyDelete
While we're waiting for Cardiff Libraries to give us the answer, here is another charade:-ReplyDelete
Another one-word film.
Would this give me a sinking feeling?ReplyDelete
Some people are affected that way when Celine Dion starts singing, Heather!ReplyDelete
Well yes! As far as i'm concerned the best juxtaposition for this would be the salad chill compartment in Waitrose.ReplyDelete