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  1. A heart felt thank you to everyone that made this course possible, especially professors Edwards and Gehrig, the TCM crew, all of the students who helped out and made the games, and anyone I forgot. I would have gladly paid two or even three times what you charged for this course. The course was that good.
  2. What about "Tales from the crypt?" It had humour, suspense and many of the episodes involved someone that was completely innocent.
  3. I personally didn't enjoy any of his films from Marnie on. I'm not much of a Hollywood fan for most of the 60s and 70s. I feel that in the attempt to compete with television, Hollywood lost sight of who their target audience was and what pleased them. Thank God for George Lucas.
  4. I'm watching all of them, but I'm just up to Rebeca, which is a great film. I work long hours, but I do have a dvr.
  5. I saw for the first time on Sunday. I thought it was great. Full of plot holes, but slapstick is. It is now one of my favorite Hitch movies, but I prefer slapstick over all other genres.
  6. I wonder if I am the only one that wants to look up the books that Hitch turned into movies. I think it would be interesting to see how faithful he was to the stories. A list of these books would be nice.
  7. Rope. I had never heard of it until I caught it on TCM a few years ago. At that time I didn't know it was an experiment so I was able to just enjoy it.
  8. I would like something on precode Hollywood or the horror genre with hammer being more than a footnote.
  9. Votes on what next year's class should be on (if this happens again next year[please let it happen again next year!]).
  10. If you do this next year think about a topic involving precode Hollywood or the horror genre with emphasis on hammer horror.
  11. I would like to thank everyone who was involved in making this happen. I took a course with Dr Wes Gehring at Ball State and really enjoyed it and this course was just as good. Again thanks to all.
  12. I had a class from Dr. Gehring in the early 90's. It was one of my most memorable and enjoyable classes.
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