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What Do These Four Films Have In Common

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This is, of course, quite correct. "The Last Laugh" is a silent film with no dialogue cards, while the others are sound films with no dialogue. ("Dementia" also exists in another form under the title "Daughter of Horror," with an added narration.)


Your turn.


Edited by: Silverwolf on Sep 30, 2012 1:41 PM

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Okay, for clues I'll list four more films that have the same thing in common as the first four I listed:


LIBERTY (1929) - Laurel & Hardy short.

UNACCUSTOMED AS WE ARE (1929) - Laurel & Hardy short.

BURY THE HATCHET (1937) - Comedy short starring Monty Collins & Tom Kennedy.

MICRO-PHONIES (1945) - Three Stooges short.


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I did a lot of research on IMDB, and I couldn't find a single actor, director, writer, producer, or studio that worked on all 8 films.


I can't find any connection at all.


Maybe you are mistaken.



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