5 Inanimate Objects In Movies That Were Given Human Names

vincent Ladies, gentlemen, boys and girls; I'm looking for some audience participation on this one. The topic at hand is inanimate objects in movies that were given human names. I've seen a couple of examples in some movies I've watched recently and it got me thinking about others, but it was fairly tasking - it's not a subject I'm overly familiar with (is anyone?). I tried to avoid things like plants (Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors, since plants grow and that plant in particular came fully alive) and things like the Transformers and Herbie which, whilst they are vehicles, also have a life of their own. I've also opted not to included toys who are named characters, such as Woody and Buzz Lightyear etc. I also considered items like Hellboy's guns which, in his movies, were called 'The Good Samaritan' and 'Big Baby'. They are human-esq names, but they aren't actual names (like Tom, Dick or Harry), so I avoided those in the end too. Finally, I thought about Ron Burgundy's fists in Anchorman, which he named Jack Johnson and Tom O'Leary, but decided that fists and body parts didn't qualify for inclusion either. This seemed to leave me very short of ideas, but I mustered up this small list. Please feel free to offer more ideas in the comments, because I find the subject bizarrely intriguing! With that in mind, here are five inanimate objects in movies that were given human names...

Honourable Mention: Johnny West The Dildo? (American Pie 2)

johnny-west This only gets an honourable mention because it wasn't actually called Johnny West - it was assumed to be called Johnny West by Stifler, Jim and Finch - when in fact the Johnny West that the two lesbian characters were referring to was actually a cowboy action figure! Moving on...

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