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I got that Drive-In disc too. It's great! Did you guys know that there is this script kicking around, and folks have been trying to get this bio-pic about Susan Cabot's tragic life off the ground?
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The last 70's film I saw was "Sugar Hill" (1974), a film that has eluded me all these years. Having seen pretty much seen the same two stills in books over the years and not much written about it--it never played theatrically in Pittsburgh to my knowledge--I was prepared for it to be not-so-hot. Boy, was I surprised! "Sugar Hill" is an absolute delight in almost every respect. It's a well made, very entertaining blaxploitation-horror film with great atmosphere, humor, funky music, and easy-on-the-eyes Marki Bey wearing the finest in 70's fashion. Every once and a while, you finally get to see a film that you've only heard about, and it is a hidden treasure. I hightly recommend "Sugar Hill."
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Electra glider in blue Tells the story of bike cops and some runs in with hippys
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My fave Amicus film, The House That Dripped Blood

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The Crawling Hand (1963) Hideous
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Prey - Love Norman J Warren's weird little films.
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Rosemary's Baby (1968) [Big Grin]
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Life Begins for Andy Hardy (1941). Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Judy Garland, Fay Holden, Ann Rutherford, Sara Haden, Patricia Dane and Ray McDonald. Andy Hardy decides to go to New York City to get a job after his high school graduation and learns a few things about dreams and reality while working as an office boy as he is flirting with the office receptionist and helping an unemployed dancer.
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Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940). Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Fay Holden, Cecilia Parker, Judy Garland, Sara Haden, Ann Rutherford, Tom Neal and Diana Lewis. Andy Hardy experiences problems when he becomes infatuated with a debutante whom he has only seen in pictures and never met at all while his father travels into New York City to appear in court to keep the local orphange open.
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Quite entertaining, but very overrated, I would say.

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Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (1941). Mickey Rooney, Lewis Stone, Fay Holden, Ian Hunter, Sara Haden, Kathryn Grayson, Todd Karns and Gene Reynolds. Andy Hardy, on the verge of graduating from high school, gets into trouble with his girlfriend when he becomes conceited and engages a private secretary.
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quote:
Originally posted by Simoneer:
Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Quite entertaining, but very overrated, I would say.

Blaaaaaspheeeeemer!!!!!! [Roll Eyes]
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Asylum [Smile]

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Simoneer:
Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Quite entertaining, but very overrated, I would say.

Blaaaaaspheeeeemer!!!!!! [Roll Eyes]
To each their own. [Big Grin]


Anyway, I watched Rear Window for the first time yesterday. I haven't enjoyed a '50s movie this much. In fact, I'm ready to say my views of old movies (pre-70s) have changed because of it; before this, the only one I really liked was The Invisible Man (basically a horror comedy...from the freakin' 30s!). I'm gonna be watching a lot of these now. [Smile]

Grace Kelly was truly pretty.


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Something for Joey (1977) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0076738/
Starring Marc Singer, with a small role played by Steve Guttenberg. I remember watching this made-for-tv movie as a kid. It's a real tearjerker.

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"Cold Turkey" (1971), starring D|ck Van Dyke, Bob Newhart, Vincent Gardenia, Barnard Hughes, and Jean Stapleton.

Directed by Norman Lear, who later became more famous for producing hit TV shows "All In The Family", "Maude", "Sanford & Son", and many others.

It is about a small town in Iowa, who takes up on a $25 million challenge from a tobacco company, if the entire town's population can quit smoking for 30 days.

The film is actually a nice satire on how people can try to quit an addiction, but also on the news media and what passes today for political correctness and the "nanny state."

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Good as always, though not as good as the sequel. Less action, ya know.

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An old favorite of mine. Been years since I watched it. Hilarious as always... and this time around I got more of the jokes. [Smile]


Give him the said-a-give!

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..I can still bust a gut laughing at this movie..still easily one of my favorite comedies of all time.

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Hometown USA (1979)

This was a decent teen comedy set in 1950s.
Two tough guys and a geek spend a wild night on town.
Cars + girls = good time.

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The Hills have eyes
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Vampire Circus, an excellent late-era Hammer film soon to be released on BluRay in North America. You watch True Blood on HBO and go, "Wow, sexy, gory vampires," but Hammer was there first, a long time ago with The Vapire Lovers, Lust for a Vampire, Twins of Evil, and Vampire Circus, which has one of the sexiest, action-packed first 12 minutes you'll ever see.
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My fave horror Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

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The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966):

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After watching so many horror films during this past Halloween Weekend...I needed a break from the blood and gore with a good light-hearted spook comedy movie...and you can't really get any better than this. The Ghost and Mr. Chicken is easily my favorite Don Knotts film, he's hilarious in this. And any other Don Knotts fan should agree with me that this is a Must-have in your collection.

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Amityville horror love this movie
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