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THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) and BRICK (2005) - Steve Hayes

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Steve Hayes is an actor and loves classic films. He has started a YouTube channel and is on his fourth episode (see below). Previous episodes include "Demetrius and the Gladiators" (1954), "The Lodger" (1944) & "Hangover Square" (1945), and "Kings Row." He'll be releasing a new episode each week, so subscribe if you like it.


STEVE HAYES: Tired Old Queen at the Movies -- #4

THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) and BRICK (2005)

Bogies search for The Black Bird and the first classic Film Noir meets its match in BRICK, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, a modern take on the genre, shot in a high school in present day Southern California. Both are filled with blackmail, murder, mystery and females who aren't what they oughta be.


Link: http://www.youtube.com/user/STEVEHAYESTOQ



Each week, gay comedian, actor and old movie lover STEVE HAYES comments on and dishes the classic movies he loves. From Film Noir to Screw Ball Comedies, Social Dramas to Camp Classics, nothing escapes his scrutiny. Using his vast knowledge of film and Hollywood history, he not only describes the various films, but provides the inside scoops on who got who to do what to whom in order to get what was made, made. With a new segment every week, each two to four minute segment is shot on location in Thornfild Manor, Steve's overly-opulent , nostalgia filled, sumptuously cluttered, studio apartment and hosted by fellow actor John Bixler, Steve recommends what classics to see, what to avoid, what to take seriously, what not to and what to run out and rent as soon as the show is over.

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I found him on Youtube this week and posted about him on another thread here --- he's actually why I joined the forum. He clearly loves the movies, knows his stuff and is a talented guy. Each episode is better than the last. I'm excited about where he's going with this series.

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