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.