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Kikiki

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  1. As much as I like Bette, you are correct. However, they were both “giants”.
  2. Is the market really clamoring for this? I just wonder what the catalyst might have been.
  3. How about the Phantom Corsair posing as the Flying Wombat in The Young In Heart in 1938
  4. Thanks! I’ve seen it, but it has many viewings in it. He was the best. His creative genius stands the test of time and reaches multiple generations. Nobody looked like he did; nobody created comedy like he did; he was unique. Unfortunately his fall from grace was not unique, and he didn’t escape the usual Hollywood pitfalls and snares. But, his work speaks for itself.
  5. Agree with everyone on your list. Although I’m sure I saw Buster’s films growing up, I must not have been ready to fully appreciate his genius like I am now. The General! There is a film! I’ve watched it twice this past year, and so many others. There may even be a viewing this weekend.
  6. David Suchet is one of the finest actors alive today. His acting starts at the cellular level. Also love, as if it weren’t obvious, Buster Keaton. Really “discovered “ him during the pandemic. Since our business was pretty much on hold - like everyone’s was/is - got some serious reading time. I started with just one book about Buster, his autobiography, My Wonderful World of Slapstick. Things took off from there. I’ve read six biographies on him as well as 35 other books on various subjects; some good for me, some for fun. Now I’ve seen most of his movies; all from the golden era before he sig
  7. Richard Pryor and Gene Wildman in Silver Streak
  8. Those were great. Thanks for posting.
  9. Didn’t like the spaghetti westerns then and don’t like them now. To harsh, both visually and thematically.
  10. If memory serves me correctly, Disney had just had a bit of a box office disaster with Mars Needs Moms and didn’t want Mars in the title. But mistake. Still a very good movie, and it had quite a good second life making the rounds on various tv outlets for about five years after it’s theater release.
  11. True. Not realizing that JCM was the source material for the Star Wars movies, people thought that it was derivative rather than seminal.
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