Talk:9 to 5 (film)
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I've never seen this title ever written out in long form. Is there some evidence for calling it anything other than 9 to 5? I mean, just look at the picture of the movie poster at the top of the article. If spelling out the title was just a way to disambiguate, then we should probably move the article to 9 to 5 (film) CzechOut talk | work 03:33, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
- Heh, okay, I guess I should've looked at the movie poster. I guess it does say there NINE TO FIVE. Still, the relative size of the two titles kinda lets you know what the preferred title is, doesn't it? I mean, I know that IMDB lists it as such, but I gather that's simply because of an even greater need to disambig on their site. More modern versions of the DVD don't have "Nine to Five" on the front cover at all, preferring a stylized logo of "9 to 5". I still think that most people, when looking for this thing, will find it odd to note that this article is called "Nine to Five" when articles about the theme song and TV series use "9 to 5". CzechOut talk | work 03:51, 24 August 2007 (UTC)
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Adult Cinema Parody
Added information about the X-Rated parody, 8 to 4, released in 1981. Generally I wouldn't list such parodies, but this was quite a new phenomenon in the early 1980s, and this parody was shot on film and played in proper cinemas, so I feel it's worthy of a mention. I've included it under "popular culture."
- I see someone has deleted the above mentioned adult parody. As usual, whoever did it did not explain why. Many other films have sections relating to their place in popular culture, including adult take-offs, so why should this film be any different? If you feel it's not appropriate SAY SO. You're not above the rest of us! If no one can come up with a good reason not to include it in the next couple weeks, I'm adding it back in. --HillbillyProfane (talk) 02:04, 18 September 2009 (UTC)