Python Dictionary

I have a variable which outputs

Happy Gilmore
Silly Monkey
Funny Donkey

I would look like to load these into a dictionary so I can use

print(variable.get("Happy"))
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SiHodgy007Asked:
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aikimarkCommented:
variable = {"Happy": "Happy Gilmore","Silly":"Silly Monkey","Funny":"Funny Donkey"}
print(variable.get("Happy"))

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SiHodgy007Author Commented:
Sorry the Variable outputs the above, how do I manipulate it into a dictionary. You have just re-wrote the variable.

Get Happy should return Gilmore
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SiHodgy007Author Commented:
Solved
list = list.split()
dict = {k:v for k,v in (x.split(':') for x in list) }
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SiHodgy007Author Commented:
Solved myself
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