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43 minutes ago, LonesomePolecat said:

The Val Lewton movies  (is horror counting as a thriller or did you mean "suspense"?)

Suspense, suspense-thriller, sometimes the terms are synonymous. Your example is fine. :) 

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40 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

 

is there one in A Kiss Before Dying?

It's not a cliff exactly. Robert Wagner's character goes over the edge of a steep drop created as the result of copper strip mining. I guess you could call it an artificial cliff created by capitalism and copper! He pushes his first girlfriend off a tall building. I'm not aware of any other high structures in the film, but it's been several weeks since I last saw A Kiss Before Dying.

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Far From the Madding Crowd (1967) Gabriel Oak's poor sheep were driven off a cliff by one of his dogs

 

The Italian Job (1969)

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Breaking Away (1979) 

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The Road Runner and Wile E Coyote 

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INDIANA JONES AND THE LAST CRUSADE -- the late great Sean Connery thinks Indy has gone over a cliff

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Smeagol leads Frodo and Sam up a steep cliff in LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING

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EVIL UNDER THE SUN  -- being seen on the edge of a cliff is an important part of the murder solution

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There are mountain climbing movies like THE MOUNTAIN

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Best mountain climbing movie though is THIRD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN with lots of scary cliff scenes

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Someone mentioned Cliff Diving, so naturally we gotta include POCAHONTAS

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Brilliant examples yesterday!

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Hooligans’ shenanigans

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The Dead End Kids in THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL (1939)
The Bowery Boys in LIVE WIRES (1946)
John Travolta and friends in GREASE (1978)

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The Original Hooligans, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (pick your favorite film versions)

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The Harlem Tuff Kids/Harlem Dead End kids in REFORM SCHOOL and TAKE MY LIFE

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THIS IS THE LIFE

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ANNIE -- some girl hooligans

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NEWHART -- George Utley was part of a gang called the Vermont Hooligans (here they are at a rumble)

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THE GIRL IN THE KREMLIN

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THE SCARLET EMPRESS about Catherine the Great

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WAXWORKS (1924) -- German expressionist film has a segment about Ivan the Terrible played by Conrad Veidt

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HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER-- the late great Sean Connery writes a letter to the Kremlin

NINOTCHKA/SILK STOCKINGS -- orders from the Kremlin to go to Paris

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Excellent examples yesterday.

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In two or more films with Margaret Rutherford

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Stringer Davis (her real-life husband, who played her boyfriend in the Miss Marple movies)
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Glynis Johns

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