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    Having The Font is just one of the many fringe benefits of dating Evil Minion.



    Sooooo, from my signature ... you now have the elusive "P." And, since Evil Minion puts me in such a good mood, I am going to dispense an additional clue .......




    The name of the font is indeed part of the name of a movie. The movie is based on a stage play. But, ah, the name of the movie and the play are different.

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    Thanks for the clue! I will find that font!!













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    GA! Difficult! Could you give us any clues about the movie/play is was based on. Anything would help.













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    Taking a short break from the search for the one true MiceChat/Age Font, here's a comparison of my font versus the actual one (which I still haven't found). The grey letters are the ones I took from the logos. all of the rest I made myself:





    The atcual font:


















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    That list only contains modern plays. What about all the Shakespeare plays?

    My Fair Lady was the one play that stood out at me from the list though, since for class we read Pygmallion, which is the play that forms the basis of My Fair Lady. Yet, after searching several sites for fonts containing either Fair or Lady, nothing has come up...
    Last edited by Mr Ness; 05-02-2005 at 12:30 AM.

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    You're right. Good job! Oh, well, if at first you dont succeed...













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    For finding fonts, i'd suggest this site:

    http://www.fontfinder.ws/

    It searches a database of over 23,000 available fonts, both free and commercial, and it searches the internet, all at once.













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    GADS!

    How long are we gonna be strung out on this! Just tell us the name of the font! PLEASE!!!!
    Happy Anniversary, MiceChat!

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    Yeah!













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    So far I've only found one movie that was based on a stage play of a different name. The name of the movie is "These Three" and it was based on the play "The Children's Hour".

    And if your thinking of asking Evil Minion or innerSpaceman, good luck. I've PM them both and their not talking.













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    Another one:

    Vanya on 42nd Street was a 1994 film by Louis Malle and Andre Gregory, based on the play Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov. It starred Wallace Shawn in the title role













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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil Minion
    I think there may be a few missing from this list.
    Probably.

    But more importantly, is the one we're looking for missing from the list???













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    I found (what I believe to be) a more complete list of films adapted from plays. Credit to www.zuzu.com

    Adding Machine, The (1969)
    Agnes of God (1985)
    Amadeus
    American Buffalo
    Anne of the Thousand Days
    As You Like It (1978)
    Bell, Book, and Candle
    Birdcage, The (1996) (La Cage aux Folles)
    Blithe Spirit (1946)
    Brighton Beach Memoirs (1986)
    Camile
    Children of a Lesser God (1986)
    The Children's Hour
    Closet Land
    Comedy of Errors, The (1983)
    Crucible, The (1996)
    Cymbeline (1983) (TV)
    Dangerous Liaisons (1988) (Les Liaisons Dangereuses)
    Danton
    Death And The Maiden
    Death of a Salesman (1985) (TV)
    Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
    Desk Set
    Diary of Anne Frank, The (1959)
    A Doll's House
    The Dresser
    Driving Miss Daisy (1989)
    Edward II
    Educating Rita
    The Elephant Man
    Enemy Of The People
    Equus (1977)
    Evita
    Faust (1994)
    Frankie and Johnny
    The Glass Menagerie
    Glengarry Glen Ross
    The Golden Coach (Le Carosse Du Sacrement)
    Grand Hotel
    Hamlet (1990/I)
    Hedda Gabler (1993)
    Hedda Gabler
    Heidi Chronicles, The (1995)
    Henry IV, Part I (1979)
    Henry V (1989)
    Hot L Baltimore (1975)
    House of Games
    Importance of Being Earnest, The (1952)
    Inherit The Wind
    Julius Caesar (1953)
    Key Largo
    King Lear (1982)
    Kiss of the Spider Woman (1985)
    La Cage aux Folles
    The Lion in Winter (1968)
    Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962)
    Look Back in Anger
    Looking for Richard
    Love's Labour's Lost (1985) (TV)
    Love! Valour! Compassion! (1997)
    Macbeth (1983) (TV)
    The Madness of King George
    The Madness of King George
    A Man for All Seasons
    M. Butterfly (1993)
    Marat/Sade (1966)
    Mass Appeal
    Merchant of Venice, The (1980)
    Midsummer Night's Dream, A (1981
    My Own Private Idaho (1991) (modern-day Henry IV, Part I)
    Much Ado About Nothing (1993)
    'Night Mother (1986)
    Noises Off (1992)
    Onegin
    Othello (1981/I) (TV)
    Our Town
    Peer Gynt (1993)
    A Place In The Sun
    Philadelphia Story
    Portrait of Dorian Grey
    Prelude to a Kiss
    The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie
    Prospero's Books (1991) (The Tempest)
    Richard II (1954)
    Richard III (1995)
    Romeo + Juliet (1996)
    Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
    Saint Joan (1957)
    Salome's Last Dance
    School For Scandal
    Search For Signs Of Intelligent Life, The
    The Seven Year Itch
    Steel Magnolias (1989)
    Streamers
    A Streetcar Named Desire
    SubUrbia
    Suddenly Last Summer
    Sunset Boulevard (1950)
    Swimming To Cambodia
    Talk Radio (1988)
    Taming of the Shrew, The (1980) (TV)
    The Tempest
    The Three Sisters
    Titus Andronicus (1998)
    Torch Song Trilogy
    Trip to Bountiful, The
    12 Angry Men (1957)
    Twelfth Night (1992)
    Two Gentlemen of Verona, The (1983) (TV)
    Uncle Vanya (1991) (TV)
    Under Milk Wood (1973)
    Valmont (1989) (Les Liaisons Dangereuses)
    Vanya on 42nd Street (1994) (Uncle Vanya)
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
    Whose Life Is It Anyway?
    The Winter Guest
    You Can'T Take It With You

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