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PostPosted: October 18, 2015 7:43 PM 

Much like “Play it again, Sam”, the oft-repeated line “a dingo ate my baby” is a frequent movie misquotation. It was originally attributed to Lindy Chamberlain, whose two-month-old daughter Azaria was snatched from her tent by a wild dog while the family was camping at Australia’s Ayers Rock. At the time of the 1980 incident, witnesses heard Chamberlain call out either “That dog’s got my baby!” or “My God, a dingo has got my baby!” Which didn't stop investigators from believing it was Chamberlain herself who murdered her child (she was convicted of the crime, but her sentence was overturned eight years later when new evidence proved the veracity of her claims). In the 1988 film adaptation of the incident, A Cry in the Dark, Meryl Streep cried out, “The dingo took my baby!” --Mental Floss.com

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PostPosted: November 4, 2015 1:27 AM 

The meaning behind dingo ate your baby had nothing to do with the real 1980 incident,a woman sitting beside Elaine at a party(aussie) kept talking about her husband to be as baby,Elaine got tired of her constant repeating of "her baby", I wonder where my baby is? and to shut
her up said maybe the dingo ate your baby,I dont think seinfeld would actually try to get a laugh out of a real life event.

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