The Princess Bride cast reunion photo Oct 11, 2011• By Abraham• Click the image to enlarge it.(via FilmDrunk, Mental Floss) Share on Facebook Ready for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! Punishment with a belt Ghostbuster Abe Lincoln Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Andrew says: Very cool! Lee Shelton says: Inconceivable! Lee Simms says: No rhyming, I mean it! Anyone want a peanut? DimShell says: You keep using that word… I do not think it means what you think it means. Jamsco says: I’m missing the Grandson – Fred Savage.And what about the “I have no gate key” guy? Beth says: I was thinking the same thing. Lori says: You mean this gate key…http://www.gazillionmovies.com/Actor/M/Ma/Pictures/malcolm-storry.jpg Malcolm StorryDon’t let it put you into the “pit of despair” http://www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/content/images/2007/08/17/alassmithandjones_2_396x222.jpg Mel Smith Cheryl says: W.I.N. Love, Love, LOVE this movie! My Bridal march song was “Storybook Love” and the pastor that married us (voice and all) started the ceremony, “Mawwiage, Mawwiage is wut bwings us togever today”. The guests roared and so did the wedding party! Thank you all for loving this movie too, I adore you all so much! /end Dork Moment. <3 Duke says: I wanted to have that be the opening lines of my wedding, but SHE wouldn’t let me. irv says: And you went ahead and married her anyway? Inconceivable! zachl says: may andre rest in peace…and may he dream of large women DimShell says: LOL Tom1969ca says: Sad, though, that of all the thousands of pictures available of Andre, they chose to use a mug shot booking photo… :-P Gordon says: There’s a shortage of nice breasts in the world. It’d be a pity to damage yours. Laura says: Deawy wuv this movie!!!I was really touched to see the photos of those no longer with us, and charmed by the photo, which looks so much like the movie feels.Thank you so much! deb says: “Its incon-thevable” hahahaha Sheri Girard says: where’s fred? Eric says: Maybe Fred is the R.O.U.S. at the extreme left? John says: No Peter Falk and Fred Savage! It’s incomplete! Wendy says: @John, Peter Falk is there, by way of photograph. But we are indeed missing Fred Savage. Jenna Bryson says: Love this movie so, so, so much, I mentioned it in my song lyrics: “Maybe she would be a long-shot, maybe she’d be ‘Princess Bride’” (Alternate Ending, from the album ‘make/believe’ on iTunes). C. Deliz says: More info here.http://www.mamapop.com/2011/10/the-princess-bride-cast-reunites-awesomeness-tears-ensue.html Dalene says: LOVE this! We love Princess Bride so much we named our daughter Waverly. WHAT? You mean you don’t know who Waverly is? YOU haven’t yet *read* “The Princes Bride”? Inconceivable! :) TheActualTodd says: Hey, Billy Crystal, get over yourself. Laura says: No one has noticed that Richard Lewis is not in this picture? He was a big part of the movie…why isn’t he included? danielle says: richard lewis wasn’t in the princess bride. he was in the robin hood: men with tights in which cary elwes was in as well T says: I love how the ROUS is included on far left. :) John says: One of my favorite movies of all time. I included a few scenes from it in this mashup video I edited: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNkcwvnYaG8&feature=youtube_gdata_player Skylar says: I first saw this image on 22 words and loved it. Shared it with all my Jewish humor loving friends. Then I saw it in a frame at my friend’s house… turns out he worked on this shoot. So cool! Thanks, 22 words. TALIA says: This was such an incredible movie!I have a feeling people aren’t going to be this nostalgic for the ridiculous bromances and “romantic” raunchy comedies they crank out today.I really wish they would make more movies like this…“My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father….prepare to die.”-Princess Bride Such poetry! ;) Ceri Cat says: This is probably one of my top 10 movies for life, it took me years to find a copy then I wound up buying half a dozen on DVD for myself, family, and friends. It welded together the best parts of fantasy with a glorious cast and turned out a oft times surprisingly subtle comedy that appeals to people of almost any age without requiring dirty jokes to keep the adults entertained.