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  2. The Producers (1967) Directed by Mel Brooks
  3. I watched the remake of A Kiss Before Dying last night on HBO on Demand. The original film definitely is the better film [a 7.5 compared to a 6 for the remake], even if the original was not a masterpiece. (I have not read the book) That said there were some intriguing elements to it for me. I was more impressed with Dillon's performance than you were, and Young grew on me the longer the film went on, though her voice was off-putting at first. Some of the visual design of the remake was quite impressive. Was upset that Max Von Sydow and Diane Ladd had so little to do. But yes, the gore was
  4. Cool Hand Luke (1967) Directed by Stuart Rosenberg
  5. "Listen, sister, and listen good -- I WILL NOT EAT GREEN EGGS AND HAM!" next
  6. Quatermass and the Pit (1967) Directed by Roy Ward Baker
  7. Point Blank (1967) Directed by John Boorman
  8. HI-Lili-Hi-Lo - Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer in Lili sticking with a song in a film directed by Charles Walters
  9. Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Directed by Arthur Penn
  10. The Dirty Dozen (1967) Directed by Robert Aldrich
  11. Barefoot in the Park (1967) Directed by Gene Saks
  12. The suffocator's favorite weapon, PILLOW OF DEATH
  13. Yea, 270 EC votes would go to the winner IF they could get enough states to join the compact that have 270 or more EC votes. BUT they are not close to even 200 based on what I last read. E.g. swing states like PA and FL are NOT going to join such a pack! They like being battleground states that decide the Presidential election. I.e. getting such a compact is almost as difficult as passing a Constitutional amendment, and thus you're just wasting your breath.
  14. And here's the Christopher Lee version, THE MUMMY (1959)
  15. THe original film of THE MUMMY (1932)
  16. Belle De Jour (1967) Directed by Luis Buñuel
  17. Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) Directed by George Roy Hill
  18. BUD ABBOTT AND LOU COSTELLO MEET THE KILLER, BORIS KARLOFF
  19. Julie Andrews' song at the Jewish Wedding, which I think is just called "Mazeltov", in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE next song from a movie directed by Charles Walters (other than the previously mentioned EASTER PARADE)
  20. Hot Rods to Hell (1967) Directed by John Brahm
  21. Blow-Up (1966) Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni
  22. Cathy Come Home (1966) Directed by Ken Loach
  23. Mario's favorite weapon, CUBAN FIREBALL
  24. What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) Directed by Woody Allen, Senkichi Taniguchi
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