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LiamCasey

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  1. "Pishogue"? Sure, make me go look for my dictionary! 🙂
  2. Dennis Hoey, Universal Inspector: Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942) - As Inspector Lestrade Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman (1943) - As Inspector Owen She-Wolf of London (1946) - As Inspector Pierce
  3. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) might be a borderline candidate. 😉
  4. Probably not the type of multiple personalities in one body you were contemplating. But it is Halloween. And, to be honest, I just couldn't help myself. So I apologize in advance: The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971) The Thing with Two Heads (1972)
  5. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) next: the first phone call
  6. Lady Frankenstein (aka La Figlia di Frankenstein) (1971) - Amazon Prime w/ Joseph Cotten, Rosalba Neri (aka Sara Bay), Paul Muller, Riccardo Pizzuti (aka Peter Whiteman), Herbert **** (and, yes, I'm not surprised that the autocensor frowned upon that surname), and Mickey Hargitay. Directed by Mel Welles. And written by Edward Di Lorenzo. This movie contains all the tropes one comes to expect from a Frankenstein movie: mad scientist (Joseph Cotten), mad scientist's assistant (Paul Muller), mad scientist laboratory, grave robbers (Herbert **** and others), hanged criminal, lightning, a
  7. Bela Lugosi (White Zombie (1932)) Next: fast zombies
  8. Lana Turner. Because I still have wire hangers! Next: The male leads of Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954): Richard Carlson or Richard Denning?
  9. Joan Davis (Hold That Ghost (1941) is my favorite Abbott and Costello movie.) Next: Another with Richard Carlson.
  10. 6.) Was credited as Walter Matuschanskayasky for his cameo as a drunk in Earthquake (1974).
  11. As much as I'm looking forward to the two of you tackling Psycho (1960) next weekend, part of me is bummed that you are not doing a triumvirate here and reviewing Man in the Attic (1953) instead (even though that third one had the audacity to go with a new title).
  12. Frankenstein (1910) - Amazon Prime w/ Augustus Phillips as Victor Frankenstein, Charles Ogle as The Monster (and as his own makeup man) and Mary Fuller as Elizabeth. Produced by Thomas Edison. And written and directed by J. Searle Dawley. Going with another adaptation of Frankenstein for my second horror movie for the month. Although it is odd to use the word movie for something that is less than 15 minutes in length. But that's the way it was 100+ years ago. And it is also odd to use the word horror because in this less than Cliff's Notes version of Mary Shelley's novel, anything re
  13. Haunted Honeymoon (1986) - An obvious first thought for the month of October. Next: A horror western.
  14. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994) - Amazon Prime w/ Robert De Niro, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hulce, Helena Bonham Carter, Aidan Quinn, Ian Holm, Richard Briers, John Cleese (fantastic as Professor Waldman), Robert Hardy and Cherie Lunghi. And directed by Kenneth Branagh. It's October. Always a good month to catch up on some horror movies. Although I'm tempted to classify this movie as more of a melodrama. Probably due to the fact that, even though this one is not a literal adaption of the original novel (which I have read), it is still close enough for government work.
  15. Born on the Fourth of July (1989) Next: Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)
  16. Mona Lisa (1986) - Another starring Bob Hoskins. Captain Carey, U.S.A. (1950) - Whose theme song, "Mona Lisa", won the Academy Award for Best Original Song. One of my favorites by Nat King Cole.
  17. A number of actors in this movie are primarily known for appearing in the same television sitcom.
  18. Thanks, Lavender! Next: What some people do when on "leave" from a German POW camp.
  19. This movie has got to be The Bad News Bears (1976). Written by Bill Lancaster, the son of Burt. I assume that Walter Matthau's character was based upon the father and, therefore, Tatum O'Neal's character was based upon the son.
  20. Summer School (1987) w/ Mark Harmon Next: The Mummy's Tomb (1942) w/ Elyse Knox (aka Mark Harmon's mother)
  21. The Longest Day (1962) Next: a fun day at the beach
  22. Assassination in Rome (1965) - AMC On Demand w/ Hugh O'Brian and Cyd Charisse. And directed by Silvio Amadio. According to the on-screen description, this is a thriller where "(a) PR man searches the Italian underworld for an ex-girlfriend's husband believed to be a spy". I knew things had been a tad busy for me the last number of months. And I was spending so much time on my laptop for work that I just had to get away from it for leisure. But, until now, I hadn't realized that I hadn't posted anything since April 6th or even reacted to someone else's post since June 19th. Obvio
  23. Charlton Heston - 1970s Disaster Hero Earthquake (1974) Airport 1975 (1974) Gray Lady Down (1978)
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