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Monster in the Closet, Movie, 1986 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Überfall im Wandschrank (Germany)
  • Un monstruo en el armario (Spain)
  • Non aprite quell'armadio (Italy)

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andrepa DE

2013-03-09 16:46

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noone credited for this, because of title ? but it´s good stuff!

-- Last edit: 2013-03-09 16:48:04

ingo DE

2013-03-09 16:50

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On the first view I thought "Why a monster in the loo?" :think: (in German "Klosett" ist an outdated word for "toilet"), and the second thought went to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erich_von_D%C3%A4niken , but then I remembered, that he has aliens on the closet, not monsters.

andrepa DE

2013-03-09 22:27

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wonderful example of "false friends" simillar words different meaning, but wait a moment,
as it is of french origin, Klosett is small closed secret or hidden room!

-- Last edit: 2013-03-09 22:32:20

ingo DE

2013-03-10 09:20

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andrepa wrote wonderful example of "false friends"

Bei "Genial daneben" wurde mal nach einem "Falschen Freund" gefragt. Es wurde nicht erraten.
Meine beiden Vorschläge wurden nicht genommen. Weder "Sperrwolf", noch "Umtangler". Dabei hatte ich letzteren sogar mitgeschickt :(

Phil Leon DE

2013-03-11 02:17

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ingo wrote
Bei "Genial daneben" wurde mal nach einem "Falschen Freund" gefragt. Es wurde nicht erraten.
Meine beiden Vorschläge wurden nicht genommen. Weder "Sperrwolf", noch "Umtangler". Dabei hatte ich letzteren sogar mitgeschickt :(


An die Folge kann ich mich noch gut erinnern. Davor wusste ich allerdings auch nicht, was ein "falscher Freund" ist.

antp BE

2013-03-11 11:57

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andrepa wrote
as it is of french origin, Klosett is small closed secret or hidden room!

"Closet" is from Old French, and until now I didn't know it existed in French.
Wiktionary mentions it as being a "small park for fishing" (info taken from a 19th Century dictionary) but I am not sure it even exist in modern French as it is not found in the official dictionary from French Academy.

-- Last edit: 2013-03-11 11:58:32

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