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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971). Gene Wilder, Peter Ostrum, Jack Albertson, Julie Dawn Cole, Paris Themmen, Denise Nickerson, Michael Bollner, Leonard Stone, Roy Kinnear, Ursula Reit, Dodo Denney and Gunter Meisner. Five children win a ticket finding contest to be given a guided tour of a sweet making factory by its eccentric owner which turns out to be a test.
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Stunts (1977). Robert Forster, Fiona Lewis, Joanna Cassidy, Darrell Fetty, Bruce Glover and James Luisi. After a featsman is killed under suspicious circumstances in the course of a film being made, his brother steps in to find out what really happened. Along the way, he becomes lovers with a journalist.

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Been watching the BBC's new version of Sherlock Holmes (2010) and 1970's TV series of Hazell (1978) and The Tomorrow People (1973-1978), both looking very dated now.

SH is very good, though. Doubtful you US based people have seen it yet, but is on a region 2 DVD for about £15.

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The Spiral Staircase (1945)

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Wizards (1977). Bob Holt, Jesse Wells, Richard Romanus, David Proval and Mark Hamill. In a future world devastated by a nuclear holocaust, two wizards who are brothers vie for rule. Trouble arises when one decides to utilise technology to bring about conquest and domination.
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Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

Classic Carpenter. [Cool]

The opening theme is one of the best ever...

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The Secret Invasion (1964). Stewart Granger, Mickey Rooney, Raf Vallone, Henry Silva, Edd Byrnes and Mia Massini. In the Second World War, five hardened criminals led by a British major are detailed to free a Italian general who is being held prisoner by the Germans in a fortress in Yugoslavia.
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Cat Ballou (1965), starring Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin, Nat King Cole, Stubby Kaye, John Marley.

Marvin won a Best Actor Oscar for his dual role as a drunken gunfighter Kid Shelleen and the main villain, Tim Shawn.

This could've been funnier, but the linking ballad between scenes helps!

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Callan 1974. A spin off film from the UK series of the same name, starring Edward Woodward (The Equaliser, Wicker Man) as a dour spy in the seedy underworld of the time in London. Fairly bland, to be honest.
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Close Encounters of The Third Kind (1977)
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WAY OF THE DRAGON- 1972

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Even though im a Kung Fu nut, and asian film fanatic, I was never the biggest Bruce Lee fan. Though this was his best movie in my opinion (even if the rest of the world favours Enter The Dragon [Roll Eyes] )

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It is a cool movie and of course hairy Chuck Norris is a plus [Cool]
I think that The Big Boss and Fist of Fury are also very good.

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Taxi Driver (1976). Robert DeNiro, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Peter Boyle, Jodie Foster, Albert Brooks and Leonard Harris. A Vietnam War marine works as a taxicab driver late at night in New York City. Increasingly repelled by the crime that he sees, he makes a rejected advance to a campaign volunteer (on whose employer, a senator, he subsequently makes a foiled murder attempt) and then meets a child prostitute who he decides to rescue from both her milieu and also her pimp.

You talking to me? [Eek!]

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quote:
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It is a cool movie and of course hairy Chuck Norris is a plus [Cool]
I think that The Big Boss and Fist of Fury are also very good.

Chuck Norris' back hair is a welcomed addition to any movie..... [Eek!]
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Enter The Dragon. Bruce Lee and John Saxon with Bolo Yeung. The first blockbuster martial arts film that brought the genre to the west. Classic must see film. 9/10.
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It Happened One Night

Released in 1934, with Clark Gable and the beautiful Claudette Colbert. It's a very well made, very funny comedy. It won 5 Oscars in 1935 for Best Actor (Gable), Best Actress (Colbert), Best Picture, Best Director (Frank Capra) and best adapted screenplay, thereby becoming the first movie ever to win all of the 'top five' at the Academy Awards.

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Company of Killers, alias The Hit Team (1970). Van Johnson, Ray Milland, John Saxon, Brian Kelly, Fritz Weaver, Clu Gulager, Susan Oliver, Diana Lynn and Robert Middleton. A hired murderer working for a criminal organisation ends up being hunted by both his employers together with the police following the murder of a policeman.
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Dirty Harry (1971). Clint Eastwood, Harry Guardino, Reni Santoni, John Larch, Andy Robinson and John Vernon. A police inspector is determined to put a stop to a psychopathic serial murderer who is terrorising San Francisco, even if it means breaking some rules.

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Laura (1944) and Blood Feast (1963)
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American Graffiti (1973). Richard Dreyfuss, Ronny Howard, Paul LeMat, Charlie Martin Smith, Cindy Williams, Candy Clark, Mackenzie Phillips, Wolfman Jack, Harrison Ford, Bo Hopkins, Kathy Quinlan, Suzanne Somers, Joe Spano and Debralee Scott. In an American town in 1962, four youths who are friends decide to have one last night on the town after their high school graduation.
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Escape from Alcatraz (1979)

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Swap Meet (1979)

Very silly teen comedy directed by Brice Mack.

Starring hot girls: Debi Richter (Midnight Madness, Hot Moves, Winners Take All),
Penthouse Pet of the Year 1980 Cheryl Rixon and Ruth Cox.

The dudes: Jon Gries (Joysticks, High School USA, Real Genius etc.), Dan Spector and Loren Lester.
Danny DeVito is Max the mechanic.

Disco dancing, stupid chase scenes, drive-in action and T&A.
Some groovy tunes on the soundtrack from 70´s disco group called Hemlock.

HEMLOCK Band performing "Disco Break"

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The Wasp Woman (1959) [Big Grin]

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quote:
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The Wasp Woman (1959) [Big Grin]

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I have that movie on DVD, which is part of the "Drive-In Discs" series. It contains two b-movies from the 50's or early-60's, and comes along with intermission ads, trailers, and countdown clocks (like "Only 3 minutes before showtime!"). It is designed to make it look like you were in a real drive-in movie theater! [Cool]
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Cool stuff! [Big Grin]
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