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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.

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by John DeVore

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