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A Users Guide to Golden Oldies - with full Index - PLEA... - 30/10/2005 7:31:35 PM   
Shawlord


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From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Welcome one and all to the part of the forum that gives you a taste of the past, a delectable step back in time to discuss, recommend and debate about movies from a bygone era.

In order to make this part of the forum as active and involving as possible please read the following guidlines;

Use the index below before making a thread.  To keep threads alive we actively encourage using existing threads where they have a relevance to the post you are wanting to create.  For instance; a post on the film Spellbound would fit well in to the 'Films of Alfred Hitchcock' thread.

The more obscure the film the better it will be if you can add the post about it to an existing thread so that we can create bodies of work by the same directors/actors and generate discussion.  It also makes it easier for users to learn about old films and follow the path of a particular auteur, actor or genre.

- Use Common Sense and Good Judgment.  Some films of course, are so worthy of a mention that they deserve a thread of their own, this is a judgement call.  If you do create a thread on one film then please try to add link(s) to other relevant threads, where possible, in order to create a fluidity and to draw users to related film discussions.

But most importantly...We are a friendly bunch in here so please don't be intimidated if some of us show our passions for old movies in lengthy posts, we do welcome contributions from the frequent, the casual and the one time visitors.   If you are at all unsure of where to post then feel free to PM either myself or one of the regulars (you'll soon spot them).

And now on to the listings;

From the brilliant idea painstakingly created on the old forum by Harry Lime, I give you a list that links directly to all threads created to date (hover your cursor over the blue name or title).  Please peruse this list prior to posting to ensure duplications do not occur and to aid you in determining where your post would be of most benefit!

**PLEASE SCROLL DOWN THIS THREAD FOR A MORE UP TO DATE LIST BY HARRY LIME**

Directors
Woody Allen (the early years)
Frank Capra
John Cassavetes
John Ford
Ray Harryhausen (known more so for his special effects)
Alfred Hitchcock
Stanley Kubrick
Akira Kurosawa
Douglas Sirk
Preston Sturges
Billy Wilder
Orson Welles
James Whale

Actors and Actresses 
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers
Humphrey Bogart
Cary Grant
Montgomery Clift
Kirk Douglas
Henry Fonda
Will Hay
Audrey Hepburn
Ben Johnson
Harold Lloyd
Carole Lombard
Myrna Loy
Ida Lupino
Lee Marvin
Steve McQueen
Marilyn Monroe
Dick Powell
Frank Sinatra
James Stewart

Films by Title
Alexandr Nevskiy (and Russian Directors)
All About Eve
A Matter of Life and Death
American Graffiti
Angels with Dirty Faces
Animal Crackers
An Inspector Calls
A Streetcar Named Desire
Barefoot in the Park
Brief Encounter
Brighton Rock
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Calamity Jane
Casablanca
Citizen Kane
Deliverence
Easy Rider
Fantasia
Five Easy Pieces
Gilda
Go West
Guys and Dolls
Henry V
It Happened One Night
Kind Hearts and Coronets
Laura
Martin
Metropolis
Night of the Living Dead
Notorious
Once Upon A Time in the West
Patton
Phantom of the Opera
Planet of the Apes
Rear Window
Rope
Rosemary's Baby
Singin' in the Rain
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Stazione Termini
Theatre of Blood
The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Asphalt Jungle
The Beguiled
The Blue Dahlia
The Court Jester
The Great Race
The Hustler
The Intruder
The Jolson Story
The Lost World
The Millionairess
The Monkey's Paw
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
The Scarlet Empress
The Seventh Seal
The Shooting
The Third Man
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Trial
The Wages of Fear
The Wicker Man
The Witchfinder General
This Sporting Life
Touch of Evil
To Have or Have Not
Twelve Angry Men

Discussions
Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers or The Three Stooges
The Godfather.  Best film of the 1970's? (poll)
American Grafitti - shouldn't be in Mean Streets shadow
What is the greatest classic? (poll)
The Third Man or Citizen Kane
Cagney or Bogart?

Genre and Other threads 
The Silent Movies Thread
The TCM Thread
The Horror Thread
The Horror Channel Thread
The War Films Thread
Old School Musicals
Westerns
World Cinema Oldies
Alexandr Nevskiy and other old Russians
The Golden Oldies Classic Sci-Fi Thread
Golden Age Action/Epic Films
The World of Film Noir

Golden Oldies I saw recently
The Unsung Heroes Hall of Fame
Recommend a Golden Oldie
Ealing Comedies
Golden Oldies on TV
Public Domain Classics
100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You!

So, explore and delve in to the wonderful world of old movies from silent to talkies and from black and white to glorious Technicolor, between us and the Empire forum…    "This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship


"If people see a picture of mine and then sit down and talk about it for fifteen minutes, that is a very fine reward, I think.”          Billy Wilder

You heard the man, get watching, get talking and most importantly, get writing…

< Message edited by Shawlord -- 28/3/2007 3:55:45 PM >
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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 2/11/2005 7:51:53 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Feel free to give me a prod if I miss any threads out.

Or you could send me a PM, which might be more practical than prodding

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 2/11/2005 8:50:07 PM   
Krazy_Beyootiful

 

Posts: 2877
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: Around Lil and Cray's ankles
quote:

ORIGINAL: Shawlord

Or you could send me a PM, which might be more practical than prodding

Less fun though.

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How can we be happy in a world where predictive text can spell Indictment but not Flapjacks?

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 10/2/2006 1:39:41 PM   
Mystery White Boy


Posts: 108
Joined: 9/2/2006
From: Here or there. Either way, I'm fucked.
Seriously cool idea.

...As if I needed an excuse to find out more about film.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 11/2/2006 11:45:52 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Haha indeed.

I am a bit behind with my listings at the moment though

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The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 28/2/2006 3:12:28 PM   
DanielFullard


Posts: 1025
Joined: 19/10/2005
From: Durham, England
Good update Shawlord......Worked out just how we discussed. This place has picked up a lot in the last week or so so hopefully we can get it back to being its former self

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 28/2/2006 11:18:16 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Thanks Daniel, I am sure with a little effort this place will soon be tip top.  That's not to say it isn't already full of excellent posts of course

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The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 9/8/2006 12:53:50 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
You might wanna add these when you gey a chance Miss Shawlord...
 
Actors/Actresses
 
Humphrey Bogart
Will Hay
Harold Lloyd
Carole Lombard
Lee Marvin
Marilyn Monroe
 
Directors
 
Douglas Sirk
Preston Sturges
Stanley Kubrick
 
Films
 
The Adventures Of Robin Hood
All About Eve
Casablanca
The Jolson Story
Metropolis
The Monkeys Paw
The Trial
The Wages Of Fear
 
Discussions
 
Cagney or Bogart

_____________________________

"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/8/2006 10:44:18 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Thanks Harry, I have added those you mentioned and I think I have spotted a couple others but I will have a good old sort out tomorrow.

If anyone else spots any I have missed off then please post the name of the thread in here, it certainly helps!

Cheers

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The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 28/2/2007 10:41:41 AM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Does anyone actually use the index above?  I am rarely around on this site now but I am happy to keep it updated if people find it useful.

_____________________________

The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 28/2/2007 1:07:21 PM   
Harry Lime


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I still use it Shawlord. It does need updating though.
 
I don't mind compiling a thread list for you over the next week or so.

_____________________________

"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

(in reply to Shawlord)
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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 1/3/2007 2:44:24 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
Hey Harry, if you have time to do that it would be a great help.  I am completely snowed under with my job and Uni work at the mo, including preparing for a 15 minute presentation on Joan Crawford!  If not then no worries, I will work my way through bit by bit over the next week.

Will try and keep it updated on a weekly basis from now on. 

Hope all is well with you.

Shaws
x

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The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 9/3/2007 5:45:03 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
Directors
Woody Allen (the early years)
Frank Capra
John Cassavetes
Michael Curtiz
John Ford
Ray Harryhausen (known more so for his special effects)
Howard Hawks
Alfred Hitchcock
Humphrey Jennings
Stanley Kubrick
Akira Kurosawa
Sam Peckinpah
Michael Powell & Emerich Pressburger
Douglas Sirk
Preston Sturges
Luchino Visconti
Billy Wilder
Orson Welles
James Whale

Actors and Actresses 
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers
Humphrey Bogart
James Cagney
Joseph Cotten
Cary Grant
Charles Chaplin
Montgomery Clift
Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee
Kirk Douglas
Errol Flynn
Henry Fonda
Will Hay
Audrey Hepburn
Katharine Hepburn
Ben Johnson
Jack Lemmon
Harold Lloyd
Carole Lombard
Myrna Loy
Ida Lupino
Lee Marvin
Steve McQueen
Robert Mitchum
Marilyn Monroe
Paul Newman
Peter O'Toole
Anthony Perkins
Dick Powell
Frank Sinatra
James Stewart
Shirley Temple

Films by Title
A Fistful Of Dollars
A Hard Day's Night
Alexandr Nevskiy (and Russian Directors)
All About Eve
A Matter of Life and Death
American Graffiti
Angels with Dirty Faces
Animal Crackers
An Inspector Calls
A Streetcar Named Desire
Badlands
Barefoot in the Park
Ben Hur
Blackboard Jungle
Brief Encounter
Brighton Rock
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Calamity Jane
Captain Blood
Casablanca

Citizen Kane
Corridors of Blood
Creature From The Black Lagoon
Death In Venice
Deliverence
Dog Day Afternoon
Easy Rider
Fantasia
Five Easy Pieces
Frankenstein
Gilda
Go West
Guys and Dolls
Hell Divers
Henry V
H.G. Wells' Things To Come
Invasion Of The Body Snatchers
Irma La Douce
It Happened One Night
Kind Hearts and Coronets
Kiss Me Deadly
Laura

Lolita
Make Way For Tomorrow
Man Of The West
Mary Poppins
Martin

Metropolis
Midnight Cowboy
My Man Godfrey
Night Of The Demon
Night of the Living Dead
Notorious
Once Upon A Time in the West
Paper Moon
Patton
Phantom of the Opera
Planet of the Apes
Rear Window
Rope
Rosemary's Baby
Seconds
Serpico
Singin' in the Rain

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Stazione Termini
Strangers On A Train
Sunrise: A Song Of Two Humans
Targets
Theatre of Blood
The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Asphalt Jungle
The Beguiled
The Birds
The Blue Dahlia

The Court Jester
The Falcon Series
The Grapes Of Wrath
The Great Race
The Hindenburg
The Hustler
The Intruder
The Jolson Story
The Killing
The Lost World
The Manchurian Candidate
The Millionairess

The Monkey's Paw
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
The Searchers
The Scarlet Empress
The Seven Year Itch
The Seventh Seal
The Shooting
Soldier Blue
The Sting
Straw Dogs
The Thing From Another World
The Third Man
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
The Trial
The Wages of Fear
The Wicker Man
The Witchfinder General
This Sporting Life
Touch of Evil
To Be Or Not To Be?
To Have or Have Not
Twelve Angry Men
Von Ryan's Express
Wait Until Dark

Discussions

How Difficult Is It To Get People To Watch Older Films?
How Did You Start Loving Classics?
Would A Remake Of "The Birds" Really Be A Bad Idea?
Laurel and Hardy, the Marx Brothers or The Three Stooges
The Godfather.  Best film of the 1970's? (poll)
American Grafitti - shouldn't be in Mean Streets shadow
What is the greatest classic? (poll)
The Third Man or Citizen Kane
Cagney or Bogart?
Rear Window: Hitchcock's Finest Movie?
Anatomy Of A Murder or To Kill A Mockingbird?
Rio Bravo vs High Noon
Most Overrated Golden Oldie?
James Dean the great. Would he have gone down the same road as Marlon Brando?
Who was more important? Audrey Hepburn or Marilyn Monroe?

Genre and Other threads 
The Silent Movies Thread
The TCM Thread
The Horror Thread
The Horror Channel Thread
The War Films Thread
Old School Musicals
Westerns
World Cinema Oldies
Alexandr Nevskiy and other old Russians
The Golden Oldies Classic Sci-Fi Thread
Golden Age Action/Epic Films
The World of Film Noir
Looking for Epics
British Comedies Of The 50's and 60's

Golden Oldies At The Cinema
Golden Oldies I saw recently
The Unsung Heroes Hall of Fame
Recommend a Golden Oldie
Ealing Comedies
Golden Oldies on TV
Public Domain Classics
100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You!
100 Golden Oldies Recommended by You: Part 2!
Classic Cut Collection £3.99
Any Of These Worth Getting?
Once They Were Gorgeous
The Oldest Film You Have...

< Message edited by Harry Lime -- 16/9/2007 7:42:22 PM >


_____________________________

"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

(in reply to Shawlord)
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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 24/8/2007 11:18:22 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
Just to let you all know that I've updated the index in the post above so it should be up to date as of this evening (24/08/07).
 
Give me a shout if I have omitted anything. Just click any of the films, actors, directors or discussions listed and, as if by magic, it should link you straight to the thread you want... Even if it has seemingly disappeared from the site! Yes, that's right. Through me you can resurrect the dead.
 

 
Worship me.

_____________________________

"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

(in reply to Harry Lime)
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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 15/9/2007 5:08:52 PM   
directorscut


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Links to Deliverance and The Third Man are broke.

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Member of the TMNT 1000 Club.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 15/9/2007 5:40:49 PM   
Harry Lime


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Joined: 30/9/2005
Amended and updated.

Just post here or dash me a PM if you find anymore problems.

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"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 11:29:14 AM   
adamdavidsmith


Posts: 2558
Joined: 1/12/2005
congratulations on your new found moderator status dear friend

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 2:12:49 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
Thank you very much sir.

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"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 4:35:36 PM   
adamdavidsmith


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

Thank you very much sir.


How did that come about?

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 6:24:47 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
By magic.

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"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 7:17:55 PM   
Jennifer X


Posts: 52
Joined: 30/9/2005
quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

By magic.


AKA oral sex.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 7:25:39 PM   
jamesbondguy


Posts: 6238
Joined: 6/1/2007
From: The Village Green
The Patton link is broken.....

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Just like Geoffrey Ingram.

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 7:43:11 PM   
Harry Lime


Posts: 5147
Joined: 30/9/2005
quote:

ORIGINAL: Jennifer X
quote:

ORIGINAL: Harry Lime

By magic.

AKA oral sex.

Oh just you wait, Mrs! Just you wait! I'm so gonna use that later!
 
"Harry, come to bed..."
"Why's that baby? You're in the mood for a bit of magic? You need to get my wand out first..."
 
Then who'll be laughing? Huh? Huh?
 
Erm, Anyway! The Patton link is fixed Mr. Bond.

_____________________________

"People think I have an interesting walk. Hell, I'm just trying to hold my gut in."

If I get there early will it be the right time
our heaven is just waiting so put your hand into mine.

(in reply to Jennifer X)
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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 16/9/2007 10:46:40 PM   
curtain twitcher


Posts: 4816
Joined: 9/4/2007
From: The Hotel California
Can't you two keep this to the confines of your bedroom? (Yes i read the 'anyone still around from 2002-2004/5'whenever it was thread thread).

You know, reading the word 'oral sex' and simultaneously listening to cheesy eighties music on the radio of the game GTA: Vice City was not a pleasant combination. I thought of gay Berlin night clubs and cocaine and ecstasy and....well you get the idea.

Harry, if you ever read this post i will be starting my top fifty in a week. Got some classics on it.

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I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.

You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.

There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend. Those who have a rope around their neck and those who have the job of cutting.



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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 10/10/2007 5:21:12 PM   
amateur ghostbuster

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher


I thought of gay Berlin night clubs and cocaine and ecstasy and....well you get the idea.



Are you David Bowie?

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 13/10/2007 8:52:00 PM   
curtain twitcher


Posts: 4816
Joined: 9/4/2007
From: The Hotel California

quote:

ORIGINAL: amateur ghostbuster

quote:

ORIGINAL: curtain twitcher


I thought of gay Berlin night clubs and cocaine and ecstasy and....well you get the idea.



Are you David Bowie?

Thankfully no.

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I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.

You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.

There are two kinds of people in the world, my friend. Those who have a rope around their neck and those who have the job of cutting.



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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 10/12/2007 4:40:28 PM   
Peppermint


Posts: 10421
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: Sussex
Harry, was there ever a Marx brothers thread?

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"Dr Jackson's gonna die when he sees this."

"What, again?"

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 10/1/2008 1:35:56 PM   
Shawlord


Posts: 546
Joined: 30/9/2005
From: The Sands, Las Vegas 1950's
I am sure there used to be one but it would have been many moons ago, there is one for Animal Crackers in the list above but the Marx Brothers surely deserve a dedicated thread!

A Night at the Opera is my favourite, a superbly ridiculous film.

[Edit Just noticed one at the bottom of page 1 - http://www.empireonline.com/forum/tm.asp?m=1680263 ]

< Message edited by Shawlord -- 10/1/2008 1:41:19 PM >


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The World is a fine place, and worth fighting for... I agree with the second part.

100 Golden Oldies Recommended by you!

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RE: Golden Oldies Listing - please read before posting - 9/10/2011 4:31:42 PM   
nochain

 

Posts: 5
Joined: 9/10/2011
It seems that my life is not enough for films, haha!

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