You can’t go to a theater or scan through cable TV these days without being ear-shattered with the most vile locker-room cursing. This old Navy guy is familiar with dirty words, and can still remember way back when Clark Gable uttered the word damn in Gone With The Wind. Everyone at that time was shocked at the vile obscenity.
Today’s onscreen filthy flood of cursing makes that moment seem like a prayer meeting. So, to bring the old movies up to date, let’s just suppose what other vintage scenes could be brought down to today’s gutter language. If there had been no censorship then, for example:
Frankly, Scarlett, I don’t give a flying ÅÏ√÷≥!
The Wizard of Oz: Toto, you little black ƒ®∂, I’ve got a ƒ≠ºø∆ feeling we’re not in ƒÔ¨† Kansas anymore.
Casablanca: Here’s looking at your Å≥Ω , kid.
Treasure of the Sierra Madre: Badges? We don’t need no √Ô•¶§ badges!
Sudden Impact: Go ahead, you †ÁÏ√. Make my ¶∞º√ day!
Titanic: I’m ∫√©∆† king of the √÷≥≤≠ world!
A Few Good Men: You can’t handle the £ΩÇ≈Ó truth!
Forrest Gump: Stupid is as ∫√ç˚∆ stupid does.
Jerry Maguire: Show me the ƒ•¶ƒ∆ money!
OK, randy reader, you supply the updated ∆≤∫¥¢£ words in the obscene scenes.