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Thea Westra

This film is one of my old favorites too. I often recommend it still. It's wonderful and so funny. Must do my own list of ten and see if I come up with similar, more or different.
Thanks for posting it here to remind me of one of my fond film memories. Namaste, Thea

Nancy

This has always been one of my favorite movies. As you wish .....

MadSpanky

My most important lessons from the movie:

"Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!!"

and...

"There's a shortage of perfect breasts in this world."

http://www.princessbride.8m.com/script.htm#17

KevinL

Great movie, great post. Found you from the Carnival of Cinema.

Cyndi L

Always answer every unreasonable request with "as you wish" :-)

domestika

A wonderful list - and a wonderful film/story! I keep the book in my bedside bookcase, for when a delightful lesson in optimism is needed.

Philip Stolle

Wonderful post. One of the most endearing films of all times. You drew out some great observations. It sends me off on some great concepts. Thanks.

AK

Great post, Mr. Besilly, I'll pass it on to my friends.

Love number 3!

Thanks!

~willow~

Books resonate with me more than movies, but I can certainly appreciate The Princess Bride *and* your distillation of lessons from it. It definitely is something worth sharing with others!

bie

True love will definitely defy all odds.

I haven't had the chance to watch the movie but I've read the book and it's a good read, highly recommended.

Thanks for the list.

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