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Posts posted by starglitter

  1. 1. I for sure believe this was comedy's golden Era. I could watch any movie from this time and find it vastly more enjoyable and certainly funnier than movies put out today or in the recent past. For one, theres been a big shift recently into the R-Rated comedies with more sex jokes than anything else. Chaplin/Keaton/Lloyd etc. could keep me entertained with a simple chase around a tree or something like that. That says something about what level they were on.



    I can agree with that. I hate that so much comedy today relies on vulgarity or gross-out humor. 

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  2. 1. Well it was definitely the golden age of physical comedy, I can agree with that.


    2.  I think it evolved. The physical gags weren't used as much in the sound era, but they didn't completely disappear. 


    3. I know personally, I am hugely influenced by documentaries. They give me fresh views of things I already knew about or introduce me to things I never knew about. 

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