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RichfromCarbondale

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  1. Okay, here's my list. Somebody made a good point about the definition of a cult film being a film that wasn't initially popular on release but that developed a devoted following afterwards. I think that's a good definition, although I disagree with the writer's conclusion that Rocky Horror Picture Show doesn't qualify because it was popular when released. My recollection is that it was _not_ very popular when first released. According to Wikipedia (which admittedly is not always right): "The film opened in the US at the UA Theatre in Westwood, California on 26 September 1975. It did well at t
  2. My Top 10, not necessarily in order: West Side Story Bye Bye Birdy South Pacific Singing in the Rain Sound of Music White Christmas An American in Paris That's Entertainment, I and II That's Dancing I realize that some may not regard the last 3 selections as true musicals, since they are compendiums or whatever -- but to me, showcasing the best selections from the best musicals made them immensely entertaining. And since they are movies featuring song and dance, well, that makes them musicals, right?
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