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Stiles7918

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  1. I'd like to see GREED Erich Von Stroheims masterpiece. I'm glad that the Women In Films over. I just couldn't relate to them. There have recently been too many newer films that take up too much time. I enjoy the early silent classics of Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton, Chaplin, Pickford, Stroheim, Arbuckle, etc. Please stick to the oldies of talkies and silents. Thank you.
  2. I would love to join a classic movie fan group. I am in Arlington, Tx, which does not have an existing group. Mike I see that you are attempting to form one. You seem to have much to offer as far as education, job experience, and movie watching accommodations. Sounds great. I would love to join.
  3. I love the way Lupino builds in hopelessness and tension with dark lighting, dark desolate side roads, and, bilingual characters. Surely the Spanish speaking victim would find a way to say "Help, call the police after we've left," without causing alarm in either character. Lupino escalates the tension as each character encounters disability (his ankle is injured). Spoiler Alert; The final scene was unexpected when one victim sympathizes with the villian and walks him out to the cop car without incident. Why does he do an about face and have no hate for his captor? Perhaps we're all caught up i
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