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Movies where a character is in the title but is not in the movie

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On 8/1/2017 at 11:12 AM, tbarrie said:

The second and third Lord of the Rings films? Or does the flaming eye that symbolizes Sauron's gaze count as appearing?

The King is Aragorn, and Gandalf even tells the Steward he can't prevent the "return of the king". . . 

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Half of the Pink Panther movies.

 

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31 minutes ago, Kuetsar said:

The King is Aragorn, and Gandalf even tells the Steward he can't prevent the "return of the king". . . 

I think he is referring to the actual Lord of the Rings aka Sauron.

Sauron appears in the opening scene of first movie aka The Silmarillion:  Cliff Notes Edition, but only manifests himself in the form of the Eye in Two Towers and Return of the King

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4 minutes ago, odessasteps said:

Looking for mr. Goodbar ? 

Nobody is Mr. Goodbar, though.

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Just now, J.T. said:

Nobody is Mr. Goodbar, though.

Then it fits, i guess. I couldnt recall if any of the men are ever called that. (Not seen it since the 80s)

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5 minutes ago, odessasteps said:

Then it fits, i guess. I couldnt recall if any of the men are ever called that. (Not seen it since the 80s)

No it dies not fit.  Mr. Goodbar is an ideal, not a person.  That doesn't count as a missing or non existent character.

We're talking about something like John Malkovich not appearing in Being John Malkovich.

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