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Re: The Original Vs. The Remake: The Wolf Man (reply)
I wonder if the hoopla of using the title "The Wolfman" and absolutely nothing else from the 1941 version was in a way a cynical cheap shot at fans of the early film? Sure they hoped to lure in these fans for their hard earned money but...
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09/26/13 6:55 PM
Re: Was The Monster in BRIDE really GREEN? (reply)
mrbluesky wrote:Precisely. Therefore, the answer is yes.REMBRANDT Lighting makes sense.
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09/25/13 7:44 PM
Re: FRANKENSTEIN - Somebody missing.... (reply)
I often muse about what it would have been like the second time Whale did that "?" thing with The Bride Of Frankenstein. If she survived by being just as indestructible as the Monster and had adventures of her own. Back in the Thirties...
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09/25/13 7:36 PM
Re: Top Ten "Hard-To-Find" Universals (reply)
Rick wrote:I'd like to add my own personal current obsession, LOVE BIRDS (1934).  Ghost or no ghost, I want to see it.Me too!!! Most likely if LAM ever resurfaces I'll be disappointed in it but until you see any lost or obscure film,...
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09/25/13 7:27 PM
Re: Sing along........ (reply)
I heard, what I heard, when I heard it!
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09/25/13 4:51 PM
Re: The Original Vs. The Remake: The Wolf Man (reply)
Werewolf of London is my favourite Wolfman film. From what I've read and the way you have titled this thread, you are asking us to not compare the films but instead list the winner. First off the word "Remake" is a misnomer. Remaking any...
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09/25/13 4:45 PM
Re: Top Ten "Hard-To-Find" Universals (reply)
How about "THE DARK INTRUDER" starring Leslie Nielsen from 1965
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09/25/13 4:00 PM
Re: FRANKENSTEIN - Somebody missing.... (reply)
What it does show is how early the "?" Monster was called "Frankenstein" by the reviewers. They seem so affected by the film after viewing it that they forgot the film was about the maker Doctor Henry Frankenstein and not about his...
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09/25/13 3:53 PM
Re: The Wolf Man (1941)  (reply)
The Wolfman is a tremendous source of strength for guys like me. He's strong, aloof and destined to live alone. He's his own man...his own wolf. He knows that it is impossible to get close to someone. Because sooner or later that full...
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09/15/13 5:01 PM
Re: Dracula - Spanish Version  (reply)
The Batman of Gotham wrote:Sue?Miss Piggie. Oink!
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09/14/13 9:57 PM
Re: The Wolf Man (1941)  (reply)
There was a young man named Larry Who at the full moon grew quite hairy, Bitten one night, after a terrible fight, Then Bela the Gypsy was free. He lost Gwen's love then, forever, There's no cure, no not ever. In the light of every full...
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09/12/13 9:29 PM
Re: Dracula - Spanish Version  (reply)
mrbluesky wrote:And what's your name....?Sabes mi nombre, busque el número deSabes mi nombre, busque el número deTú, tú sabes, tú sabes mi nombreTú, tú sabes, tú sabes mi nombre{Buenas noches y bienvenidos a Slaggers, con Denis...
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09/12/13 8:59 PM
Re: Dracula - Spanish Version  (reply)
Había una vez un hombre llamado McGill,Los actos cuyos crecieron extraordinariamente mal,Insistió en hábitos,la participación de conejos blancos,y un pájaro con un billete flexible.
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09/11/13 10:30 PM
Re: From the mouths of babes (reply)
Wich2 wrote:Sounds like some hi-hi-larity, doc!Of course I never actually did any of these but I witnessed all of them at one time or another. The kind of stuff David Letterman might pull off.
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09/07/13 6:22 PM
Re: 82 Years later and nothing even comes close! (reply)
Frederic March's, Hyde from Doctor Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. Jean Cocteau's Beast from Beauty And The Beast. Briggitte Helm in Metropolis. Max Shrek in Nosferatu. Gort from Day The Earth Stood Still. (I don't know if it's make up per se,...
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09/07/13 6:17 PM
Re: From the mouths of babes (reply)
Wear throwaway latex gloves and face mask when you go into the restaurant. Bring plastic knifes and forks and make sure you ask for "to Go" cups with your meal and a "doggie" bag for your non existent dog "drooler", that you pretend is...
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09/07/13 6:00 PM
Re: From the mouths of babes (reply)
mrbluesky wrote:Children do not think literally as words have not ensnared them. In that way they often read the essence of a thing far better than those who have succumbed to reality. Of course words are simply symbols of ideas which...
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09/05/13 9:42 PM
Re: Keeping the Universal Monsters Alive for Future Generations (reply)
Conan O'Brien will play Renfield and Adam Sandler will be Seward.
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08/26/13 4:03 PM
Re: Keeping the Universal Monsters Alive for Future Generations (reply)
Servant of Legendre wrote:Well, at least we're not getting Ben Affleck as Dracula. Yet.I wouldn't be so sure....
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08/25/13 4:32 PM
Re: Renfield (and Frye) redeemed? (reply)
It appears as if Universal routinely re-edited( butchered) their films after the test screenings. Murders In the Rue Morgue, Bride of Frankenstein etc...
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08/15/13 9:22 PM