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-"'''Afghanistan Bananistan'''" is a dictum said to be first recorded in the film ''[[The Hot Rock]]''.+'''''The Hot Rock''''' is a 1972 [[comedy-drama]] [[caper film]] directed by [[Peter Yates]] from a screenplay by [[William Goldman]], based on [[Donald E. Westlake]]'s novel of the same name, which introduced his long-running [[John Dortmunder]] character. The film stars [[Robert Redford]], [[George Segal]], [[Ron Leibman]], [[Paul Sand]], [[Moses Gunn]] and [[Zero Mostel]].
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The Hot Rock is a 1972 comedy-drama caper film directed by Peter Yates from a screenplay by William Goldman, based on Donald E. Westlake's novel of the same name, which introduced his long-running John Dortmunder character. The film stars Robert Redford, George Segal, Ron Leibman, Paul Sand, Moses Gunn and Zero Mostel.

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