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Can you name the new movie titles formed by dropping one letter from the actual titles given these plot descriptions*?
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* For example, if the clue was (1977) "Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader attack each other with a dark, oily, viscous material," dropping the "S" from Star Wars would form the answer - "Tar Wars".
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Five sterotypical teenagers serve detention one Saturday at Shermer High School with a small black bear.
Jim Carrey stars as a man unaware that he is living life as a female pig on a reality television show.
In this animated classic, an electrically-charged atom named Simba goes into hiding based on the mistaken belief that he killed his father, head-nitrate Mufasa.
In this Quentin Tarantino homage to crime stories of the mid-20th century, two young dogs, a boxer, and other small canines intertwine in tails of violence and redemption.
In this M. Night Shyamalan blockbuster, a boy played by Haley Joel Osmet is able to see dead people including Darth Sidious, Darth Maul and Darth Vader.
Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau play a compulsive neat freak and his best friend, a sloppy sportswriter, who live together in a two-door sedan.
An American symbologist investigating a murder at the Louvre finds telling clues in a centuries-old fish.
After its competitors are kidnapped and murdered at an international eating competition, Israeli agents track down the perpetrators and exact justice.
A haunted vietnam vet played by Robert De Niro works at the IRS and obsesses about a woman while trying to save a young prostitute.
After forensic analysts fail miserably in piecing together scientific evidence, Clarice Starling is forced to turn to Dr. Hannibal Lecter for assistance in capturing a serial killer.
An angel visits George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart, and shows him how his life would have been as a successful con man.
Creatures from outer space replace and eliminate young males by duplicating their human forms in plant-like pods when they fall asleep.
In this Tim Burton Film, small parasitic insects attack both the Red Queen and the Mad Hatter.
Andy's sister's doll of a British loyalist during the American Revolution helps Buzz Lightyear defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg.
A group of friends who enlist for battle during World War I are stationed in France where they discover to their horror their inability to change the typeface in the Army newspaper.
Brett Favre makes a cameo appearance in this Cameron Diaz comedy in which multiple men are smitten with the same Spring month.
Tom Hanks plays a simpleton officiating baseball games.
Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington star in this movie adaption of the John Grisham thriller in which a law student uncovers a conspiracy regarding a soft French cheese.
In this Martin Scorsese film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, a man plays practical jokes on unsuspecting mid-19th century Manhattanites.
Frodo Baggins starts his quest to drive the one all-powerful tractor-trailer into Mount Doom.
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