baconYesterday on her Facebook page, my younger sister posted an item suggesting that her friends should post the name of a movie but substitute the word “Bacon” for one of the words in the movie’s name. I don’t know what got into me, but once I got started, I couldn’t stop. Here’s a very small sample:  



A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Bacon

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Bacon

Arsenic and Old Bacon

An Inconvenient Bacon

Gone with the Bacon

The Day the Bacon Stood Still

Desperately Seeking Bacon


Zero Dark Bacon

Bacon of Frankenstein

The Invasion of the Bacon Snatchers

The Empire Strikes Bacon (see also: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Bacon)

Four Weddings and a Bacon

How Green Was My Bacon

All the President’s Bacon (see also: The King’s Bacon)

The Bacon of Sierra Madre (see also: The Bacon of Navarone)

The Bacon of the Condor (see also: The Bacon of the Jedi; The Bacon of the Yankees)

A Long Day’s Journey into Bacon

Brokeback Bacon

Legally Bacon

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Bacon

La Cage aux Bacon (see also: Hiroshima mon Bacon; La Dolce Bacon)

The Good, the Bad and the Bacon (see also: A Fistful of Bacon; The Magnificent Bacon; How the Bacon was Won; The Man Who Shot Liberty Bacon; High Bacon)

From Bacon to Eternity

Bacon of Arabia

Night of the Living Bacon

The Agony and the Bacon

I Am Curious (Bacon)

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Bacon?

To Have and to Have Bacon

Chariots of Bacon

Saving Private Bacon

Four Weddings and a Bacon

Dead Bacon Society

You’ve Got Bacon!

Dances with Bacon

No Country for Old Bacon

On a Clear Day,You Can See Bacon