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Why Shoot the Teacher? (1977). Bud Cort, Samantha Eggar, Chris Wiggins, Gary Reineke, John Friesen, Michael J. Reynolds, Dale McGowan and Kenneth Griffith. A man arrives in a provincial Canadian town to take up a job as a teacher in a one room school during the Depression. Based on the novel by Max Braithwaite.
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Happy to gratify [Big Grin] [Razz]

X The Unknown (1956) Great film. Shame about the terrible audio on this new icon release [Mad]

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Very interesting early Hammer Film. I like it a lot.
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Just watched one of my fave Pacino flicks ...And Justice For All. Takes you through so many emotions. First half is lighter, quite funny but the second has my stomach in knots by the time it gets to the end courtroom shenanigans. And then the final scene always has me cracking up through the credits [Big Grin]

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Helen I've never seen this and have been eyeing it this week because it's ondemand.......well because of you i'm going to watch it! I love Pacino!
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Baron Munchhausen (1943). Hans Albers, Wilhelm Bendow, Michael Bohnen, Hans Brausewetter, Marina von Ditmar, Andrews Engelmann, Kathe Haack, Brigitte Horney, Waldemar Leitgeb, Walter Lieck, Ferdinand Marian, Hubert von Meyerinck, Jasper von Oertzen, Werner Scharf, Armin Schweizer, Marianne Simson, Leo Slezak, Hermann Speelmans, Hilde von Stolz, Gustav Waldau, Franz Weber, Iise Werner and Eduard von Winterstein. Narrative of the adventures of Baron Hieronymous Munchhausen, whose wanderings take him to Russia, Turkey, Venice and even the moon. [Smile]
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Cool Muffy, let us know what you think! [Smile] Pacino is my no.1!
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over Rourke?????! whaaaaa what??? [Wink]
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lol Pacino is my no.1 fave actor. Mickey is my no.1 fave thing to look at hahaha [Big Grin]
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Earthquake - You'll never guess what this is about [Razz]

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i havent seen justice for all yet, im going to give that one a go
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Coolio [Big Grin]

I just watched a good, creepy film, Fright (1971) about a babysitter being terrorised by the looney tunes Dad of the kid.

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The House of Whipcord. Oh my god, this film destroyed me [Eek!] Amazing, amazing film, can't fault a thing about it.
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Peter Walker rules! See House of Mortal Sin next.
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That's available to watch on my lovefilm so might do so tonight [Smile]

That part in Whipcord when the Vampire Circus guy sets her up on the escape broke my heart lol. He was so convincing haha

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A Bridge Too Far (1977)

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The Longest Day (1962)

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I finally got to The Omega Man, I can't say I cared for it very much at all [Frown] I'll stick with the fantastic Last Man On Earth.
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Totally agree with you.
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Hell in Pacific (1968)

It was looking good until a certain point and then it was like they couldn't be bothered anymore. Good up until 3/4's of the way through and then dies big time.

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The Wanderers (1979). Ken Wahl, John Friedrich, Karen Allen, Toni Kalem, Alan Rosenberg, Jim Youngs, Tony Ganios and Linda Manz. The experiences let alone times of a gang of Italian-Americans growing up in The Bronx in 1963. Based on the novel by Richard Price.
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Yeah, what? Yeah, you looking at a Baldie now, faggot!
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Foul Play (1978)

Beware of the dwarf!

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and...., im..., ready to take a chance again

ready to put my love on the line...

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Haha [Big Grin]
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Becket (1964). Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud, Donald Wolfit, Martita Hunt, Pamela Brown and Felix Aylmer. The troubled friendship between the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas a Becket and his English king , Henry II. Based on the play Becket or the Honour of God by Jean Anouilh.
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