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 : Yesterday at 09:04:11 PM 
dave jenkins - moorman
I seem to remember that Evelyn Keyes had the look of Marilyn in that dress in one scene. I need to see this one again.
A stunning film.  Its a cult classic and should be among the top classics in the film noir genre...

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 : Yesterday at 09:02:45 PM 
moorman - moorman
It's provident that this film wasn't destroyed. I've got both this and 1944 'Gaslight' on DVD. I'm going to have to compare the two. I reckon that Angela Lansbury is the star of the 1944 version as the flirty maid. And the thought of Charles Boyer having to stand on top of a chair so he could be above Ingrid Bergman's height on screen.
  I'm gonna have to watch this version also.  I don't believe it can top the original but I will gibe it a look anyway...

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 : Yesterday at 09:01:18 PM 
moorman - moorman
I really enjoyed reading the debate on here about this one. I can remember this film getting a bit bogged down after a time. But it does recover as I seem to recall. I need to see this one again after reading this thread.

Yes, we went back and forth over this.  Its a great film...

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 : Yesterday at 03:20:42 PM 
titoli - titoli
Deadline - U.S.A (1952) As formulaic as can be, you've seen and heard it all before. Famous last lines, which contradict though the main plot which shows that press, far from being unstoppable, actually can be stopped by money. Anyway, it gets worse and worse. 5/10.
On youtube.

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 : Yesterday at 09:13:23 AM 
PowerRR - cigar joe
Odds Against Tomorrow Bluray from Olive - beautiful but no extras

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 : Yesterday at 08:47:37 AM 
Herry Grail - dave jenkins
Only question is why Frayling would choose a cover for this book that is so similar – or perhaps identical - to the cover of his biography of Leone, “Something to do with Death”
Authors don't choose cover illustrations/photos/designs--that's strictly the province of the publisher. And the publisher goes with what he/she/it thinks will help sell a book.

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 : Yesterday at 06:47:49 AM 
moorman - greenbudgie
I really enjoyed reading the debate on here about this one. I can remember this film getting a bit bogged down after a time. But it does recover as I seem to recall. I need to see this one again after reading this thread.

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 : Yesterday at 06:41:46 AM 
titoli - greenbudgie
Ouch. Better him than me.

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 : Yesterday at 06:41:29 AM 
Il Buono - Cusser
John Wayne wasn't above adapting the "gun in the bathtub trick" to a shower in "Big Jake" !!!

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 : Yesterday at 06:39:14 AM 
moorman - greenbudgie
Charles Laughton's wife Elsa Lanchester is a scene-stealer in this. And a great performance by Charles Laughton himself. Perhaps the best Agatha Christie adapted movie. I don't usually like courtroom stuff but this is good.

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