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A Night of Terror (aka Love From a Stranger)  1937                                     Animated GIF

Arsenic and Old Lace  Animated GIF

The Woman in Green  (Basil again!)  Animated GIF

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The Invisible Man (1933)

The Raven (1935)

The Terror (1928)

A Shriek in the Night (1933)

The Mystery of Mr. X (1934)

While London Sleeps (1926)

The Phantom Fiend (1932)

Terror Aboard (1933)

The Crimes of Stephen Hawke (1936)

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NIGHT NURSE

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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

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LOVER COME BACK

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Four Girls in White (1939)

Against the Law (1934)

The New Interns (1964)

Registered Nurse (1934)

Woman Doctor (1939)

The Doctor and the Girl (1949)

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Extreme Measures (1996)

Extreme Measures (1996) - Rotten Tomatoes

 

Postcards from the Edge (1990)

Postcards from the Edge | Brad Laidman: Elvis Needs Boats

 

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)  about paramedics

Bringing Out the Dead. 1999. Directed by Martin Scorsese | MoMA

 

Parkland (2013)  about Parkland hospital and the Kennedy assassination

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I couldn't think of any other films...

That Girl, Ann Marie goes to emergency room to get bowling ball removed from her toe  Animated GIF

Rhoda gets carried in by Nick Lobo  RHODA S03E16 A Night In the Emergency Room | Emergency room, Tv shows, How  to memorize things

A puck incident requires care for Ross on Friends  Animated GIF

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10 minutes ago, shutoo said:

Steamboat Bill, Jr.  (still amazing)  Animated GIF

do-it-yourself:  Kathy Bares in Fried Green Tomatoes  Animated GIF

I am amazed at your vast knowledge of film and television scenes.

Everyone who participates on this thread does such a great job!

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Larceny, Inc.  (1942)  Edward G. Robinson buys luggage store next door to a bank to break through the wall for a heist.

Sexy Beast (2000)  drills through bathhouse wall to rob bank next door

 

How about breaking the fourth wall?

Road to Utopia (1945)

Alfie (1966)

Lewis Gilbert: master craftsman who went beyond Bond with a 'working class  trilogy' | Film | The Guardian

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1 hour ago, Peebs said:

Larceny, Inc.  (1942)  Edward G. Robinson buys luggage store next door to a bank to break through the wall for a heist.

 

...which inspired Woody Allen's SMALL TIME CROOKS

 

 

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SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS -- barn raising ends in barn falling

 

THREE LITTLE PIGS -- "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in!"

 

Two MONK episodes--

MR MONK AND THE ACTOR - the killer knocks down the wall to cover up evidence

MR MONK BUYS A HOUSE -- the killer destroys every wall in Monk's new house looking for hidden money

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two thousand nineteenth category

Had a huge hit and a notable flop in the same year

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Robert Mitchum in 1947: he had a big hit on his hands with the western PURSUED; but the romance drama DESIRE ME flopped.

Kathleen Turner in 1988: WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT did very well with audiences; SWITCHING CHANNELS was a box office failure.

Anthony Hopkins in 1992: BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA was a smash; FREEJACK was a bomb.

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Not a box office hit vs flop but a critical hit vs flop -- Sandra Bullock won an Oscar and a Razzie the same year (in fact, the same week). The year was 2010. The Oscar was for THE BLIND SIDE. The Razzie was for ALL ABOUT STEVE.

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12 minutes ago, LonesomePolecat said:

Not a box office hit vs flop but a critical hit vs flop -- Sandra Bullock won an Oscar and a Razzie the same year (in fact, the same week). The year was 2010. The Oscar was for THE BLIND SIDE. The Razzie was for ALL ABOUT STEVE.

Yes, good example.

Also--

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Bruce Willis in 1990: DIE HARD 2 was huge; THE BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES was not.

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Harrison Ford  1977:  Star Wars and Heroes

Tom Cruise 1983:  Risky Business and Losin' It

Dustin Hoffman 1979:  Kramer vs Kramer and Agatha 

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Ben Stiller: Envy (2004)/Meet the Fockers (2004)

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Johnny Depp: Alice in Wonderland (2010)/The Tourist (2010)

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(Although, in each case, I prefer the panned film.)

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