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I Can’t Stop Thinking About This Scene From ‘Soylent Green’

And it has nothing to do with the famous catchphrase

Soylent Green is probably best known as a punchline. In 1993, Phil Hartman parodied the movie on Saturday Night Live, although he was making fun of Soylent Green’s growling manly man star, Charlton Heston, more than he was the actual movie.




by John DeVore

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