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Nora Benson says she was a teacher at John C. Calhoun High School in Roanoke Virginia. John C. Calhoun (1782 - 1850) represented South Carolina as both a member of the House of Representatives and a Senator, and was also the seventh Vice President of the United States (1825 to 1832). He is noted for defending slavery. See more »
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Is this real?
[Flint points to cryogenic booths room ]
Oh yes. Yes it's quite real. We call it our "Save for Later" program.
Yes. Here people worth keeping can be saved for a time more worth living. As a matter of fact it's, uh, really quite the ultimate luxury.
Just imagine. Just imagine here we can suspend time for as long as we wish. To return fifty or a hundred years later.
Well. To be frozen in nitrogen gas and then thawed out at some time later ...
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Well it looks like I'm in a minority with this one as I think 'In Like Flint' is better than 'Our Man Flint'! It's goofier than the original and for me that makes it more entertaining. It's filled with silly stuff like exploding golf balls, brainwashing via hairdryers, Flint talking fluent dolphin and Lee J. Cobb in drag. It's similar in approach to the 'Batman' TV series (Yvonne "Batgirl" Craig even appears as a Russian ballerina) so if you enjoy that show, and yes, Austin Powers, you'll have lots of fun.
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