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Breakfast At Tiffany's

Rating: 2.9

Breakfast At Tiffany's - a movie revered as a true classic
Audrey Hepburn, the icon, with bearing aristocratic
George Peppard, the actor, so suave and debonair
So should I, would I, ever so much as dare

To point out the most seemingly insignificant of facts
That Audrey Hepburn, under her most fashionable of hats
Had stuck in her mouth an object most vile
Most destructive, most evil, fills me with bile

And don't forget George, he should also be included
Had one stuck in his mouth, the object to which I have alluded
They both smoked fags, now was this just by chance
Or somehow, in some way this movie to enhance

Or did the tobacco companies pay for this ad
Was this infact, something evil, very bad
You may not believe that this could possibly be true
But watch carefully many movies and you'll see that that's exactly what they do

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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
E. Nelson 17 May 2005

Pure doggerel. I believe the subject of Tobacco's Great Evil could be approached with much more subtlety.

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Graham Leese 16 May 2005

Still good movie isn't it

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