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9 minutes ago, GGGGerald said:

Sounds like a future Classic Category :)

Yes, it does...doesn't it? LOL

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one thousand four hundred forty-eighth category

Kids mixed up in crime

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TIGER BAY (1959)
THE YOUNG SAVAGES (1961)
THE BAD SEED (1985)

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High School Caesar

We Need to Talk About Kevin

The Cool and the Crazy

Children of the Corn

St. Trinian's

Heathers

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19 minutes ago, shutoo said:

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Oh yeah, great example.

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THE 400 BLOWS

BICYCLE THIEVES

RIFIFI

A BRONX TALE

BUGSY MALONE

ADVENTURES IN BABYSITTING

SLEEPERS

MAN ON FIRE

NIGHT OF THE HUNTER

THE CLIENT

TAXI DRIVER

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Some Disney movie examples:

THAT DARN CAT

THE NORTH AVENUE IRREGULARS

THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE

THE RESCUERS

THE MOON SPINNERS

 

Some examples of kids being held hostage by crooks:

CRY TERROR!

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH

RANSOM!

BIG HOUSE USA

CHARADE

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Thanks for all those excellent examples yesterday.

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one thousand four hundred forty-ninth category

Based on Russian literature

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ANNA KARENINA (1948)
TARAS BULBA (1962)
ONE DAY IN THE LIFE OF IVAN DENISOVICH (1970)

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SUMMER STORM (1944) is one of the early American efforts by Douglas Sirk, based on Chekhov's "The Shooting Party." Cast includes Linda Darnell, George Sanders, Edward Everett Horton, and Anna Lee. ... Rarely shown.

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WE LIVE AGAIN (1934) is based on Tolstoy's last novel (Resurrection) and marked Samuel Goldwyn's second attempt to counter the Garbo phenomenon with his protegé Anna Sten.

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LOVE AND DEATH (1975)

ANASTASIA (1956)

THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV (1958)

LOLITA (1962)

THE SEA GULL (1968)

THE INSPECTOR GENERAL (1949)

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ONEGIN (1999)

THE THREE SISTERS (1966)

RESURRECTION (1931)

FEAR (1946)

FURY (1973)

LA CHINOISE (1967)

THE IDIOT (1951)

THE WHITE DEVIL (1930)

AND QUIET FLOWS THE DON (1957)

THE STEPPE (1962)

ONE RUSSIAN SUMMER (1973)

And since Sholem Aleichem was born in Russia and wrote about it, I'm adding FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

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one thousand four hundred fiftieth category

The Confederate flag

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BIRTH OF A NATION (1914)
ALVAREZ KELLY (1966)
THE DUKES OF HAZZARD (2005)

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A SOUTHERN YANKEE (1948)

BLACKkKLANSMAN (2018)

GONE WITH THE WIND (1939)

FRIENDLY PERSUASION (1956)

THE CONFEDERATE FLAG STILL FLIES IN THE SOUTH (2002 Documentary directed by Carlos Tavares, a native of Rio de Janeiro, who resides in California, tells the story of an estimated 20,000 Confederates who emigrated to Brazil after the Civil War.)

RIDE WITH THE DEVIL (1999)

THE OUTLAW JOSEY WALES (1976)

THE HORSE SOLDIERS (1959)

SHANE (1953)

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35 minutes ago, MarshaKatz said:

THE CONFEDERATE FLAG STILL FLIES IN THE SOUTH (2002 Documentary directed by Carlos Tavares, a native of Rio de Janeiro, who resides in California, tells the story of an estimated 20,000 Confederates who emigrated to Brazil after the Civil War.)

Sounds interesting. Had never heard of this one before.

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one thousand four hundred fifty-first category

In the trenches

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ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930)
PORK CHOP HILL (1959)
THE TRENCH (1999)

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