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Title sequence. Pre-title credits for Bud Abbott and Lou Costello | Africa Screams (1949); directed by Charles Barton

Title sequence. Pre-title credits for Bud Abbott and Lou Costello | Africa Screams (1949); directed by Charles Barton

Batman: Under The Red Hood (2010) || Wow! Ultra-violent and full of pathos, the story of Jason Todd's return to life includes so many shocking and memorable moments I can scarcely list them all. I never in my life thought I'd see an animated adaptation of The Joker "killing" Jason Todd but there it is in the pre-credit sequence. The emotional impact of the final scene left my jaw hanging open.

Batman: Under The Red Hood (2010) || Wow! Ultra-violent and full of pathos, the story of Jason Todd's return to life includes so many shocking and memorable moments I can scarcely list them all. I never in my life thought I'd see an animated adaptation of The Joker "killing" Jason Todd but there it is in the pre-credit sequence. The emotional impact of the final scene left my jaw hanging open.

The Champions - another fab British show from my childhood.  Seeing it again as an adult I find the acting is just dreadful! :)  But I love it anyway for the clothes, the look and the feel.  Another "moment in time".

The Champions - another fab British show from my childhood. Seeing it again as an adult I find the acting is just dreadful! :) But I love it anyway for the clothes, the look and the feel. Another "moment in time".

“The dead are alive,” we’re told in writing at the start of Spectre. There’s a clue to take seriously, although at first it seems only to point to the amazing pre-credits opening sequence, filmed at Mexico’s Day of the Dead, when crowds parade in skeleton costumes and skull masks.

“The dead are alive,” we’re told in writing at the start of Spectre. There’s a clue to take seriously, although at first it seems only to point to the amazing pre-credits opening sequence, filmed at Mexico’s Day of the Dead, when crowds parade in skeleton costumes and skull masks.

Pulp Fiction (1994) This non-formulaic, defining film of the 1990s was known for its violence, ensemble cast, and pop cultural references. Writer/director Tarantino had co-written the screenplay with Roger Avary, after his earlier first feature Reservoir Dogs (1992) - a preparatory film for this R-rated energetic work, with the same kind of rich and witty dialogue, blood-letting, vulgarities, 'sick' and dark humor, an AM radio pop music soundtrack, and startling action.

Pulp Fiction (1994) This non-formulaic, defining film of the 1990s was known for its violence, ensemble cast, and pop cultural references. Writer/director Tarantino had co-written the screenplay with Roger Avary, after his earlier first feature Reservoir Dogs (1992) - a preparatory film for this R-rated energetic work, with the same kind of rich and witty dialogue, blood-letting, vulgarities, 'sick' and dark humor, an AM radio pop music soundtrack, and startling action.

Season 7 of the Office (apparently mirrored so they could use it on YouTube, still good stuff)

Season 7 of the Office (apparently mirrored so they could use it on YouTube, still good stuff)

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