The bad and the ugly: More movie wordplays from Week 871

Saturday, July 10, 2010; 12:00 AM

More honorable mentions from Week 871, in which we asked you to change a movie title by adding, deleting or changing one letter, or transposing two nearby ones:

Apocalypso Now: Napalm come and me wan' go home. (Kevin Dopart, Washington)

A la Tar: An ingenious Cajun chef saves Grandma's restaurant by adapting seafood recipes to new conditions and calling it Nouvoil Cuisine. (Cy Gardner, Arlington, Va.)

A Beautiful Hind: The J-Lo story. (Tom Witte, Montgomery Village, Md.)

Ben-Hurl: A vomitory attendant at the Circus Maximus dreams of becoming a charioteer. (Chris Doyle, Ponder, Tex.)

A Rug's Life: A vain man discovers that his new toupee (voiced by Gilbert Gottfried) has an in-your-face personality of its own. (Will Cramer, Herndon, Va.)

Hamadeus: Phil Silvers is driven to insane jealousy by the effortless genius of Jerry Lewis. (Michael Fransella, Arlington)

The Food: The Bad and the Ugly: An Army training film. (Beverley Sharp, Washington)

It's a Wonderful Lift: How the Wonderbra is reshaping America. (Seth Tucker, Washington)

Lorenzo's Moil: Unable to find a competent rabbi, a family attempts the bris on its own. (Craig Dykstra, Centreville, Va.)

Raiders of the Lost Mark: South Carolina state police, the National Guard and the national press corps search the entire Appalachian Trail looking for Gov. Sanford. (Ira Allen, Bethesda, Md.)

A Night to Demember: Lorena Bobbitt reminisces about life with John. (Seth Tucker)

O Brothel Where Art Thou?: Three prison escapees on an urgent quest. (Brendan Beary, Great Mills, Md.)

The Seventh Seat: A knight plays musical chairs with Death. (Carla Haus, Chevy Chase, Md., a First Offender)

Silence of the Iambs: A poet struggles desperately with writer's block. (Sheri Tardio, Prince Frederick, Md.)

Headline by Roy Ashley, Washington

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