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  1. This thread is meant to elicit from you those memories of films you saw that disturbed your sensibilities in some way and have stuck with you through decades. In my case, the two films that leap to mind are House of Wax and -don't laugh!- The Art of Love. House of Wax probably needs no explanation for the enduring fear it instilled in me as a child, but The Art of Love (supposedly a comedy) might. Well, I was six when that movie debuted, and full of inadequate Sunday School lessons about right and wrong, good and bad, etc., so when Dick Van Dyke framed his friend for murder and nearly
  2. Oh, brilliant, Kid Dabb! Perfect! Such beauties, both! Thank you!!
  3. (I was going to point out the striking resemblance between Eddie Izzard and Blanche Devereaux [GoldenGirls] but then thought I'd better confine myself to classic movies.) So, who remembers Adrienne Ames, and whom did she most resemble?
  4. Sheesh, Fred, look what's happening OFF the screen: "...according to information produced in court, the victim, a 66 year-old woman en route to a scuba diving vacation, said she was watching the flight's movie when [a male passenger] stood next to her and began **** on her." Full story (very brief) is on the Honolulu DOJ site: http://honolulu.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel09/hn041509.htm --- I've seen Devil's Brigade more than once (but not recently) and I don't even remember the scene you found so offensive...
  5. Patrick Macnee had a respectable supporting-actor career in British films before attaining enduring (and international) fame as John Steed in THE AVENGERS. Yvonne DeCarlo comes to mind as well, since she's forever 'branded' as Lily Munster. Same for Carolyn Jones; she had some memorable roles in a couple of good films, but she'll always be Morticia Addams to anyone who grew up in the 1960s. Peter Falk had a very respectable film career before skyrocketing to worldwide fame as Columbo; same could be said for Telly Savalas: he was in some great films, but is most remembered as KOJAK. I
  6. The Hot Scots (1948) with Moe, Larry and Shemp in kilts, in a castle, menaced by "ghosts."
  7. This eBay seller seems to have bundled *The Story of Bob and Sally* into an omnibus CD collection. I'm not certain if it's the one you're looking for (could there be TWO The Story of Bob and Sally versions?!) but you might go ahead and contact him to verify content. Click on the link and scroll down to *Vol. 19, "Special Edition" Jack Lake film shorts* http://cgi.ebay.com/Roadshow-Shorts-vintage-shocking-nostalgic-20-DVDs_W0QQitemZ150325079484QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_DVD_HD_DVD_Blu_ray?_trksid=p3286.m20.l1116
  8. Eddie Brandt's Saturday Matinee has it. (If you're not in the Burbank/Hollywood area, you can rent it from them through the mail.) http://www.ebsmvideo.com/catalog.php?show_catalog=true&title_keyword=Black+Bart
  9. It's available on eBay. One seller is auctioning a lot of three Karloff films and one of them is West of Shanghai. http://cgi.ebay.com/MAN-WITH-NINE-LIVES-WEST-OF-SHANGHAI-THE-APE-KARLOFF-x3_W0QQitemZ390035658491QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_DVD_HD_DVD_Blu_ray?hash=item390035658491&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=72%3A1205%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C39%3A1%7C240%3A1318%7C301%3A1%7C293%3A1%7C294%3A50
  10. When similar frivolous joie de vivre acts occur (and make the news, heh) in *North* Korea, they'll be noteworthy indeed.
  11. You can watch them all online at hulu.com for free. They also have the Alfred Hitchcock Hour series up and running.
  12. Hi Hildy, I'm not able to fulfill your request but I did locate the exact clip from the movie. I'm posting the link on the chance that someone here *does* understand Greek and will be able to provide you a translation. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYQrg_utLm4
  13. Coming up Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:00 a.m. EST on TCM: White Shadows In The South Seas (1928) "An alcoholic doctor runs off to Tahiti, where he finds love with a native girl." Cast: Monte Blue, Raquel Torres, Robert Anderson. Dir: W.S. Van Dyke II. BW-85 min
  14. hehe indeed -I took it from an aviation site!
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