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#51 2018-11-03 01:01:41

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Some early Lee Van Cleef -

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High Noon (first feature film), sitting and smoking; and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance with Lee Marvin and Strother Martin.

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#52 2018-11-03 01:33:21

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Nice, Gary Cooper's greatest roll is High Noon.

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#53 2018-11-03 01:48:15

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The first damn shot in High Noon (1952) is Lee Van Cleef.

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Grace Kelly, I can't wait. How is Lon Chaney (The Man Of A Thousand Faces) in this movie?

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#54 2018-11-03 02:16:59

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Escape From New York (1981)

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An early shot in the film of Lee Van Cleef

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#55 2018-11-03 02:40:10

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hhh wrote:

How is Lon Chaney (The Man Of A Thousand Faces) in this movie?

Lon Chaney Jr (cedited as Lon Chaney) - he's actually pretty good as an aging, former lawman.

Katy Jurardo's verbal beat down of Lloyd Bridges is awesome:

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hhh wrote:

Nice, Gary Cooper's greatest roll is High Noon.

Most definitely.

Earlier Gary Cooper - (L-R) Robert Preston, Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward (first credited role), and Ray Milland, Beau Geste 1939:

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Edward Arnold, Barbara Stanwyck, Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan - Meet john Doe 1941

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Nicolas Cage in the 1999 Scorsese flop film "Bringing Out the Dead"

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#59 2018-12-07 00:07:44

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Strother Martin in "Cool Hand Luke"

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Another classic -

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Ben Johnson, Warren Oates, William Holden, Ernest Borgnine in "The Wild Bunch"


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#62 2018-12-07 02:46:11

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An influence on the OK Corral shootout in Tombstone, I'm guessing, though it's been used so many times in Westerns, who knows...

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#63 2018-12-07 04:21:55

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#64 2018-12-08 08:15:24

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^ soon all h. bogart films are going to be outlawed i guess big_smile

^^ a wildwest town with an open sewer running through it, never seen that in a movie...

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#65 2018-12-08 15:42:41

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^^ a wildwest town with an open sewer running through it, never seen that in a movie...

Peckinpah didn't sugar coat anything.


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^ soon all h. bogart films are going to be outlawed i guess big_smile

Everything and anything can be overdone, I guess.

Political Correctness, #MeToo, Free Range Kids... Current 'pet peeve' is warning labels/lawyer speak.  Unmitigated risk aversion is the new Puritanism; complete with witch hunts, funny outfits, and humorless preachers thundering doom. The name of the Deity is changed to Safety; the name of Satan is changed to Lawyer; but the object is the same: to suck the life out of life and tell you how to live it.

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So the story with Tombstone (1993, starring Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, Sam Elliot, Bill Paxton, Powers Boothe, Michael Biehn and Dana Delaney) is that the director, George P. Cosmatos, was fired, and Kurt Russell stepped in and directed the film. As a result, he shifted the main focus of the film away from Wyatt Earp, though his character and relationships get considerable screen time, and onto Doc Holliday and his relationships, especially re: his mistress and Wyatt.

As a result, the new directing and editing gave Kilmer the vehicle to display what I think is the finest acting of his career.

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And Ringo. his decimation of Ringo throughout the film is flipping epic.

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eight.bit.al wrote:

Political Correctness, #MeToo, Free Range Kids...

can you explain why the last one is on that list?
"How to raise safe, self-reliant kids without going nuts with worry" and "Children deserve unsupervised time" sounds pretty good to me.

Unmitigated risk aversion is the new Puritanism; complete with witch hunts, funny outfits, and humorless preachers thundering doom. The name of the Deity is changed to Safety

one for the bunsenlabs quotes package I think. would you mind?

PS: how did you implement your dynamic quotes signature?

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ohnonot wrote:
eight.bit.al wrote:

can you explain why the last one is on that list?

Sure. Society's 'control' of how people raise their kids is the excessive part. I'm a free range kid from 50's America, before that style of parenting needed a name.

Which led into the risk aversion thoughts.

Unmitigated risk aversion is the new Puritanism; complete with witch hunts, funny outfits, and humorless preachers thundering doom. The name of the Deity is changed to Safety

one for the bunsenlabs quotes package I think. would you mind?

Not at all; truth be told I stole it from somewhere I can't remember now.

PS: how did you implement your dynamic quotes signature?

You give me too much credit. Copy/paste. Often choosing something that relates to the posting.

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Sure. Society's 'control' of how people raise their kids is the excessive part. I'm a free range kid from 50's America, before that style of parenting needed a name.

i see.
looked it up on wikipedia.
i didn't know it's a "Thing".
making that your bible probably isn't so good either.

all in moderation, i'd say.

Not at all; truth be told I stole it from somewhere I can't remember now.

oh.
i think at some point i'd vowed to use only original content, but this definitely wouldn't be the first time something "slipped past".

You give me too much credit. Copy/paste. Often choosing something that relates to the posting.

oh again.

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^ oh well. :-)

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Oh no... not again.

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#75 Yesterday 22:30:43

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hhh wrote:

Oh no... not again.

Oh, what?

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