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  1. Mine is "Jaws". Always has, and always will be.
  2. My favorite shot is from my all-time favorite film "The Shawshank Redemption". It is the shot of Red, Hadley and the Warden looking down the tunnel that Andy Dufresne has dug in order to escape from his cell. The look on the warden's face is PRICELESS! I've seen MANY a classic moment in movies, but this is my #1 favorite.
  3. Am I the only Apes fanatic that finds it an OUTRAGE that an "Official" **** website DOESN'T EXIST?! While I have everybody's attention, I'm going to state the obvious. The GREATEST movie ending ever is **** (straight from the GENIUS mind of Rod Serling). You Maniacs! You blew it up! Aw, Damn you! God damn you all to hell!
  4. Of the old Universal Horror films, starting with Dracula (1931) and ending with House of Dracula (1945) which one is your favorite, and why? There are a total of 15 films (I'm not including Werewolf of London, although I think it's a good one) including 5 Frankenstein, 5 Mummy, 3 Dracula, and 2 Wolfman. My favorite is Bride of Frankenstein for obvious reasons. Everything about Bride is CLASSIC!
  5. I agree. "Micro-Phonies" like SO MANY Stooge shorts, is a CLASSIC!
  6. As a member of the Three Stooges (which officially makes me a Knucklehead) fan club, I had a question for all my fellow Stooge fanatics. What is your favorite Three Stooges short? Mine is "Three Little Beers". What I'll never know is whether it has something subconsciously to do with the fact that I was a caddie for 5 years when I was a teenager. What I mean is, the highlight of this short is the Stooges completely destroy a golf course! YES!
  7. How does it feel to be the FUNNIEST woman who's EVER been on television? Lucy, WE DO love you!
  8. Is the scene in "The Nutty Professor" where Buddy Love first appears at "The Purple Pit" and orders an "Alaskan Polar Bear Heater"! Then Buddy Loves strikes one of the patrons at the bar, and then pulls out this HUGE mirror to check his hair! C-L-A-S-S-I-C!! WE LOVE YOU JERRY!
  9. As an "Official Knucklehead" (member of the Stooges fan club) I have only one comment: If you listen closely, you can hear the Stooges spinning in their graves! To the producers of this movie: A great man once said "Why I Outta...!"
  10. It sounds something like "10" starring Dudley Moore and Bo Derek. Dudley Moore played piano (and was good!) Other than that I have no idea.
  11. Does anybody else think that "One Froggy Evening" is the single GREATEST cartoon of all-time?! I was a kid in the 70's and every saturday morning it was RITUAL to watch the "Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show on CBS! Does anybody remember how all the Looney Tunes characters would be dressed in fancy hats and suits and sing a song that went "Oh what hights we'll hit, on with the show, this is it!" What a TRAGEDY that today's kids have NONE OF THIS! However, you can do the next best thing and buy the "Looney Tunes Golden Celebration" box sets and show them to kids on Saturday mornings so they can see how things USED TO BE!
  12. The one Horror star who DOESN'T have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! The legendary Lon Chaney Jr. the ONLY actor who played all four of the Universal Monsters. The Wolf Man, Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy. If you google "Lon Chaney star Hollywood Walk of Fame" you will find a site where a relative of Chaney's is raising money for his MUCH DESERVED star. I'm contributing.
  13. "Darkman" has "cult movie" written all over it! It's one of the funniest and strangest movies I can think of. I saw it in the theater back in 1990 and LOVED it because it was so different from other "Super Hero" movies I had seen. As everybody already knows, director Sam Raimi has directed other "cult movies" including "The Evil Dead" movies. Does anybody else share my love of this movie?
  14. To Ollie T: Great posting! You seem to know EVERYTHING about "Them!". Watch for a cameo by Richard Deacon (Lumpy Rutherford's dad on "Leave It to Beaver") as a reporter about an hour into the movie! I just discovered that they sell "Them!" mouse pads on ebay! COOL! Message was edited by: GangGreen65
  15. After searching for the longest time for this CLASSIC documentary that was shown on AMC several years ago, I recently bought it on DVD! Hosted by Billy Mumy! (star of the CLASSIC Twilight Zone episode "It's a Good Life") Now I just need to buy the other CLASSIC companion, "Monstermania" hosted by the late, great Jack Palance! I cannot recommend these two documentaries enough, they are CLASSICS!
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