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Klaatu

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  1. Best Father: Godzilla in "Son of Godzilla." How would you like to have him standing up for you. The Worst Father: Godzilla in "Son of Godzilla" because, you know, Godzilla.
  2. The miscarriage is dubious but I do know that some people got a bit carried away while viewing horror movies. My grandmother, who wasn't exactly a poster child for mental health, viewed the 1931 Frankenstein. When the creature's hand started to tremble, possibly aided and abetted by Dr. Frankenstein's cries of "It's alive!" grandma sprang from her seat, pointed at the screen and screamed, "Oh my God! He's coming to life." At that point she went into a dead faint.
  3. Here's a piece of trivia that I've heard for years that I think it is questionable. I've seen it online and in print. It's about the 1932 movie, "Freaks." The cited passage is from IMDB's trivia page on the film: A woman who attended a 1932 test screening for the film claimed later that she suffered a miscarriage resulting from the film's shocking nature, and threatened to sue MGM. Did this really happen? Who was she? Who was her lawyer? When did she screen it? The story is fragrant with the air of a PR department. In those days even adverse news like stars feuding on sets or unhappy
  4. I think that it was sometime in 1994 or so. The movie was "I Never Sang for My Father."
  5. Please forgive me if you've already read this. I'd posted it elsewhere. I've called this post "48 States in 49 movies" because there's also a film for Washington D.C. I've been reviewing the July, 2018 titles carefully. On the 50 States in 50 Movies series there are two states that I don't find. I couldn't find movies connected to Rhode Island and Minnesota. They could be going old school and say they were doing 48 states but that would mean omitting Alaska and Hawaii, not Rhode Island and Minnesota. I think that they are there and I have somehow missed them. Has anyone else found them?
  6. I've been reviewing the July, 2018 titles carefully. On the 50 States in 50 Movies series there are two states that I don't find. I couldn't find movies connected to Rhode Island and Minnesota. They could be going old school and say they were doing 48 states but that would mean omitting Alaska and Hawaii, not Rhode Island and Minnesota. Has anyone else found them?
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