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    Yes, it was from an episode of THE TONIGHT SHOW from 2015, when the former Baysiders were in their early forties. The first time I saw it I was genuinely "so excited." I remember saying out loud "He's going to dance" just before Mario Lopez (Slater) actually ripped off his clothes to reveal the tights. I loved the references to Elizabeth Berkley's role in SHOW GIRLS and Tiffani Amber Thiessen's time as a cast member of BEVERLY HILLS, 90210.
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    The horror in The Exorcist encompasses the inner, human drama of its characters. Chris is not only desperate to liberate Regan from whatever is afflicting her, she also wants to believe and prove that her daughter is innocent of murder. Guilt-ridden Karras wants to get his Faith back. Did Father Merrin released Pazuzu in Iraq? Or did Pazuzu just let him know he's back? Either way, Father Merrin is determined to finish his job. Satanic Possession is a far-fetched concept for the average person. The movie is designed and marketed as a Horror movie, and it certainly is, and yet, despite the presence of demons and Catholicism throughout the movie, it plays for all kinds of audiences so that the horror can be felt, recognized by everybody. There are scenes and bits of dialogue that can make us doubt what is going on on the screen.The demonic possession is never proven, for example. This clue is crucial, and then hurriedly pushed aside. Most of the shocking scenes are witnessed by Chris, Karras, Merrin, even Sharon, people who have just received terrible news or are already battling their own demons. Those shocks are so well staged and powerful that the supernatural horror is palpable, probable.
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    Spencer Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew and Lionel Barrymore in Captains Courageous: The Marx Brothers spent most of Monkey Business as stowaways: Shirley Temple also stowed away in - what else? - Stowaway. Here she is with Robert Young, who was also along for the ocean voyage:
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    Errol Flynn spent lots of time at sea in a LOT of his movies Same goes for Douglas Fairbanks
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    THE L-SHAPED ROOM (1962)
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    Rey will be the Force-conceived offspring of the Emperor. She's supposed to mate with Kylo Ren/Ben Solo and create the ultimate Force-powered ubermensch. But things won't go as planned. Or there will be Ewoks. Lots and lots of Ewoks.
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    Paul F. Tompkins @PFTompkins Do you remember when people were saying she was going to be some kind of positive influence on her father, that was right up there with “maybe the weight of the job will change him” in terms of hahaha sure you dumb idiot
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    Well, that's all it takes for some people to cry feminism.
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    Newsweek @Newsweek Ivanka Trump lied about Trump Organization projects to secure real estate deals worldwide, report says bit.ly/2CThiLe 11:00 PM · Oct 18, 2018·SocialFlow
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    blogTO @blogTO Justin Trudeau has been re-elected as Prime Minister of Canada blogto.com/city/2019/10/justin-trudeau-relected-prime-minister/… 10:35 PM · Oct 21, 2019·Twitter Web App
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    Well, son of a gun, so he does. Motherless Brooklyn, which he not only stars in but also directed and co-wrote, coming out in November. This kind of makes me think of Saturday Night Live. Anyone remember when the guest hosts would be Milton Berle or Ralph Nader because ... well, because they were available? This year, Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy both made their first appearances on the show in years (well, Murphy's hasn't happened yet; it's in December); conveniently, both also had projects they wanted to promote coming out at the same time. Same think with the late-night talks shows. I feel like Shelly Winters or Bob Hope would hang out with Johnny Carson just because they liked doing it. But now you rarely see an actor on a talk show unless they have a new movie or TV show (or new season of that show) coming out that same week. Oh, they're happy to tell amusing anecdotes and chat about this or that, but right at the end, you have to play a clip from their new project. That's capitalism, I guess.
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    Adam Schiff @RepAdamSchiff It will be said of House Republicans, When they found they lacked the courage to confront the most dangerous and unethical president in American history, They consoled themselves by attacking those who did. 7:02 PM · Oct 21, 2019·Twitter for iPhone
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    IF I HAD A MILLION (1932)
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    20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
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    Audrey Hepburn charm is the main appeal in all of her performances. That is the main fascination; I admit I'm a sucker for her charms. I find Neal to be the better actress and one, as I stated above, that also has a unique screen persona. Even when allowed to over-do-it she still is compelling; E.g. have you seen Bright Leaf? The difference in how Bacall and Neal handle there roles is interesting. (just like Jack Carson and Cary Cooper).
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