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  1. One of my all-time favorites has been The Story of Vernon & Irene Castle, which is rarely mentioned when Fred and Ginger are the topic. I love the variety of dances performed in the film, and Edna Mae Oliver is always a hoot.
  2. In previous courses, the video lectures were eventually proceeded with a transcript of the lecture. I found this to be a wonderful tool for the times I was unable to stream. I seem to recall the transcript were made available a day or so after the video lecture. Will this be an option with this course?
  3. I agree with #7 kevroy7 . The opening scene does seem to last much longer than the amount of time that elapses. Having watched this film dozens of times in the past, I'm probably seeing things that may or may not be there, based on the input on this thread. However, I do think that clocks are clever time symbols. In this particular case, the age difference between Waldo and Mark is patently clear. Waldo is an antique; Mark the hard-boiled modern man. Waldo immediately affects an air of superiority - claiming he is the "only one who really knew Laura", and ordering Mark around. The fact
  4. Olivia de Haviland was in THE HEIRESS with Miriam Hopkins
  5. James Stephenson was in "The Sea Hawk" with Errol Flynn.
  6. James Stephenson was in "The Sea Hawk" with Errol Flynn.
  7. Sometime in the late sixties or early seventies, I watched a movie on very late night television. I believe was called "The Fortress". I think it was a foreign film, but can't be sure. The movie was about prostitution. I have never been able to find any information on this film.
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