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The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:37:56 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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How many have people managed to get? I've got 21 so far...
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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:40:22 PM   
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I'm up to 32. Its tough!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:44:58 PM   
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It's rather brilliant, though.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:49:52 PM   
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28 and my head is melted

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:50:36 PM   
Rob


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35 at the moment but thoroughly stuck.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:50:57 PM   
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37. My brain has given up.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:55:19 PM   
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38.  Just got two that had been really bugging me!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:55:25 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Zao

37. My brain has given up.


My brain has too. Its crying for mercy.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:59:18 PM   
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Stuck on 23.

All the ones on the lower left hand side are giving me trouble, stupidly. I'm sure I'm just being a complete dumb ass.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 1:59:22 PM   
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I'm on 37 and very stuck. any ideas on the dragon. I'm sure its obvious but i can't think. Also Right/Middle i'm sure is interview with a vampire, but it just won't have it.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:00:21 PM   
nclowe


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Apparently I have 18 more to get but I can only see 11..... I should probably come off my lunch break soon...I've been doing this for like an hour now!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:00:45 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimboxiii

I'm on 37 and very stuck. any ideas on the dragon. I'm sure its obvious but i can't think. Also Right/Middle i'm sure is interview with a vampire, but it just won't have it.


I had the trouble, its 'the' not 'a'

Im on 27. Doing in intermittently during doing my work. Its taking over though!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:00:54 PM   
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I've got 41



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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:00:56 PM   
Rob


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Jim box.  Highlight below.

Enter the Dragon
Interview with The Vampire

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:02:15 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimboxiii

I'm on 37 and very stuck. any ideas on the dragon. I'm sure its obvious but i can't think. Also Right/Middle i'm sure is interview with a vampire, but it just won't have it.


I got stuck on that. Its cause its.....

SPOILERS... highlight below
'interview with the vampire'

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:03:00 PM   
hursty

 

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any one got any clues for the woman with the books


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:04:52 PM   
Chrisseh


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As we have now had 3 people answer the vampire one, I'm going to jump on the bandwagon and answer it too.
Highlight below.
Interview with the Vampire


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:05:42 PM   
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Woman with books hint: the books are probably fiction

Of course its the d'oh.

Any ideas on cheerleaders


< Message edited by jimboxiii -- 22/5/2009 2:07:29 PM >

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:07:00 PM   
Rob


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quote:

ORIGINAL: hursty

any one got any clues for the woman with the books




Nope.  I've tried Book Grinder (Classic film), Mince Books, Fargo and coutless other randoms

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:07:25 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimboxiii

hint: probably the most iconic director of a generation. currently on his 6th film

Great clue!! Cheers! only 17 more to go now :D

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:08:48 PM   
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31 now  
Liked the 5280 ft one.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:09:24 PM   
nclowe


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Anyone any ideas for the guys with the kids or the kick boxing cheerleaders?

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:11:34 PM   
hursty

 

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quote:

Woman with books hint: the books are probably fiction

Of course its the d'oh.

Any ideas on cheerleaders


Still not got a clue
and no idea about the cheerleaders either!

I've got 42 so if anyone wants clues...................

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:12:44 PM   
jimboxiii

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: nclowe

Anyone any ideas for the guys with the kids or the kick boxing cheerleaders?


im stuck on those as well. also the two guitar looking things, the height sign, the kids (thought it was kids or honey i shrunk the kids, alas no) the windmill, and the guy lying down

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:13:35 PM   
Rob


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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimboxiii

quote:

ORIGINAL: nclowe

Anyone any ideas for the guys with the kids or the kick boxing cheerleaders?


im stuck on those as well. also the two guitar looking things, the height sign, the kids (thought it was kids or honey i shrunk the kids, alas no) the windmill, and the guy lying down



Modern musical classic 

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:13:41 PM   
jimboxiii

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: hursty

quote:

Woman with books hint: the books are probably fiction

Of course its the d'oh.

Any ideas on cheerleaders


Still not got a clue
and no idea about the cheerleaders either!

I've got 42 so if anyone wants clues...................



Its a pulping machine

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:14:58 PM   
hursty

 

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I got  the lady book 1!


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:15:33 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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I'm now on 30. I find that I'm pathetically proud of myself when I get one :P

At the risk of sounding stupid, anyone got any hints towards the king sitting on teh bucket?

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:15:57 PM   
jimboxiii

 

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how about the old people sign?

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 2:16:53 PM   
Rob


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quote:

ORIGINAL: jimboxiii

how about the old people sign?


It's: No Country for Old Men 

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