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The Films of Barbara Stanwyck: Sorry, Wrong Number (1948)

In this quite overlooked, nerve-racking film-noir from Antalole Litvak, Barbara Stanwyck plays Leona Stevenson, a bedridden heiress to a big pharmaceutical company who, whilst trying to reach her husband Henry Stevenson (Burt Lancaster) on the phone, is cross-connected to another phone conversation in which two men are plotting the murder of a woman. 358 more words


Wrong number

The term, wrong number, me nostalgic.

Recently an astronaut on the space station, ISS, tried to call his home from the ISS, and uttered the famous words, “Hello, is this planet earth” , and put the fear of aliens in the lady, who happened to be at the other end of the wrong number. 559 more words


Wrong Number!

As a young man, I never used to like the telephone!  Oh, I knew it was a wonderful invention, a labour-saving tool, and a life-saver in time of emergency.  934 more words

Funny, Eh?

Sorry, You Have The Wrong Number...

Who's Johnny??? Lol #WrongText #WhoDis #Funny #Mishues #NewPhoneWhoDis pic.twitter.com/VlNHHLHTyF

— What's The Mishue? (@mishues_) October 18, 2017

LOL. Okay, whoever this Johnny guy is, there’s no doubt he’s pretty damn popular.

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“Really this isn't Brandi”

My phone rang and it was the wrong number. Again. My name isn’t Brandi and this is my phone number now. They think I’m lying, I can tell when they change their tone and it becomes suspicious as soon as I say “you have the wrong number”. 95 more words

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Did I Just Accuse You Of Murder? I Mean, You Have The Wrong Hotel

The phone rang; it was a woman wanting to confirm a reservation. “I just need to make sure you have my reservation for tomorrow.” She said. 636 more words


10 Entertaining Wrong Number Texts Made Unforgettable With Awesome Responses

We’ve operated a few of these for you guys before, and it’d seem that we share a collective relish for those working moments when the universe smiles down upon lucky types with the perfect kinds of prank possibilities. 107 more words