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  1. TheCid said: " I never saw any real connection to A Christmas Carol. " Really? I saw it right away. And without first looking up any information about the movie. Funny how movies affect people so differently. I was going to rate CASH ON DEMAND but refrained from doing so in my first post. Now, I'm ready to give it a 4 out 5.
  2. I just watched "Cash on Demand". I thought it was delightful. Perhaps not quite noir but worthwhile for the acting of Peter Cushing and André Morell. It is more like a play made into a movie, in my opinion. I love British movies of that era so it's hard for me to dislike this one. P.S. Merry Christmas to all Noir Fans!
  3. Here are a few for your pitchforking consideration: Frederick Fairlie (John Abbott) in "The Woman in White" (1948) Stawski (Simon Oakland) in "The Sand Pebbles" (1966) Torvald (Jack Palance) in "Barabbas" (1961) Clara Thornhill (Jessie Royce Landis) in "North By Northwest" (1959) Tom Ripley (Alain Delon) in "Purple Noon" (1960) Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) in "Gladiator" (2000) and from TV: Officer Carl Levitt (Ron Carey) in "Barney Miller:" TV Series (1975-1982) Major Frank Burns (Larry Linville) in "M.A.S.H." TV Series (1972-1983) Kirk Devane (Steve Kampmann) in "Newhart" TV Series (1982-1990) P.S. I am somewhat new here. I had registered years ago but I guess my account was deleted because of inactivity. So here I am, fighting "inactivity" with my pitchfork.
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