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LiamCasey

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  1. Sam stared down at the table in deep thought. So deep that he didn't even notice the marinara slowly drip from his nose to the stereotypical red checkered tablecloth below. He knew he was missing something. But what?!? Suddenly a light bulb lit up over his head (Incandescent, of course. And, let's be honest, a low wattage one at that.) and he quickly raised his eyes back to Miss Wonderful. "Wait a minute. Your husband's dead? But you earlier said that you fear your husband. Are you telling me that you fear a dead man? Or is he not fully dead?" Now it was Miss Wonderful's turn to star
  2. There was also a radio series with Orson Welles entitled The Adventures of Harry Lime which ran from 1951 to 1952 and which was a prequel to the movie.
  3. Stella Dallas (1937) Next: Murder, My Sweet (1944) - Two more with Anne Shirley
  4. James Cagney Next: Sherlock Holmes (1922)
  5. Spade rolled his eyes. "First you tell me that you fear a fat man. Then you tell me that you fear a thin man. And now you tell me that there was a murder. Cut to the chase, sweetheart! Who was murdered? And who do you think dun it? The endomorph? The ectomorph? Or is there some mesomorph that you've yet to tell me about that you also fear?" Not that Sam really cared about Miss Wonderful's answers to any of these questions. Because, deep down, he was still fixated on Italian food. And had a hankering for... Meatballs
  6. Mighty Joe Young (1998) Next: The Parent Trap (1998) - More remakes from the same year
  7. Not too surprising since George Lucas was influenced by an earlier Akira Kurosawa movie, The Hidden Fortress (1958): https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20160104-the-film-star-wars-stole-from
  8. A few more where the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor is a factor: Air Force (1943) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) The Final Countdown (1980) Pearl Harbor (2001)
  9. Three based upon novels by Robert Louis Stevenson: Kidnapped (1938) The Black Arrow (1948) The Master of Ballantrae (1953)
  10. A Time to Kill (1996) Next: Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
  11. The Winds of War (1983) - Albeit only on the brink for war for the United States. On a side note, this and its sequel are planned to be remade as a limited series by Seth MacFarlane.
  12. Blame It on Rio (1984) Next: My Favorite Year (1982) - Two with Joseph Bologna
  13. Thanks. Considering how many of your posts I've read (and enjoyed, I might add), I was fairly confident that you were. But I've seen enough people argue passionately and vehemently about the craziest things in my time that I just had to ask. Curiosity and the cat, you know.
  14. The Shootist (1976) Next: John Monk Saunders
  15. Beauty and the Beast (2017) Next: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) - Two with Emma Watson
  16. The Big Sleep (1946) Next: Johnston McCulley
  17. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) w/ a supervillain named Electro 😉 Next: with a superhero or superheroine who is neither Marvel nor DC
  18. Three swashbucklers based upon novels by Rafael Sabatini: Captain Blood (1935) w/ Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland The Black Swan (1942) w/ Tyrone Power and Maureen O'Hara Scaramouche (1952) w/ Stewart Granger and Eleanor Parker
  19. The House of the Spirits (1993) Next: Robert E. Howard
  20. Rollerball (1975)? I'm going to be honest, TB, that's the one movie on your list that makes me scratch my head. Now, granted, I've only seen that movie once and more decades than I care to contemplate have passed since then. But I don't recall anything especially noteworthy about it. Why does that one rate so highly for you?
  21. Since this topic is currently being mentioned in the "Wow...I'm really here!" topic, I figured I'd pop it to the top so others can easily find it.
  22. This month on Svengoolie: The Thing That Couldn't Die (1958) on 3/6, Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) on 3/13, The Shadow of the Cat (1961) on 3/20 and The Beast Must Die (1974) on 3/27.
  23. Call of the Wild (1935) Next: Lester Dent
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