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Harakiri (Seppuku)  Japan / Shochiku / 1962 / Black and White  / 133 Minutes / Aspect Ratio:  2.35:1

Harakiri (Seppuku) Japan / Shochiku / 1962 / Black and White / 133 Minutes / Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1

Hidden Gem #40: Big Business (1929, U.S.A.)   Director: J. Wesley Horne (Supervising Director: Leo  Mc Carey)    Laurel and Hardy, the "go to" specialists in hilarious "tit for tat" types of confrontations, were graced with a special distinction in this early silent short, namely the duo's innocent attempt at retrieving an unwanted Christmas tree (inadvertently caught in a potential customer's slammed door) that begins the slow buildup to it's brilliantly staged Armageddon.

Hidden Gems #4

Hidden Gem #40: Big Business (1929, U.S.A.) Director: J. Wesley Horne (Supervising Director: Leo Mc Carey) Laurel and Hardy, the "go to" specialists in hilarious "tit for tat" types of confrontations, were graced with a special distinction in this early silent short, namely the duo's innocent attempt at retrieving an unwanted Christmas tree (inadvertently caught in a potential customer's slammed door) that begins the slow buildup to it's brilliantly staged Armageddon.

Top Ten Cinema's Most Treasured Images Part 2: #13. The Seven Year Itch (1955, U.S.A.)

Top Ten: Cinema's Most Treasured Images Part 2 (#11 - 20)

Top Ten Cinema's Most Treasured Images Part 2: #13. The Seven Year Itch (1955, U.S.A.)

"The only way to stay out of trouble is to grow old, so I guess I'll concentrate on that."  Orson Welles as Michael O'Hara in 'The Lady from Shanghai'

Answers to Sterling Silver Dialogue #8

"The only way to stay out of trouble is to grow old, so I guess I'll concentrate on that." Orson Welles as Michael O'Hara in 'The Lady from Shanghai'

Opening Up a Treasure: The Night of the Hunter

Opening Up a Treasure: The Night of the Hunter

Aspect Ratio,Film Noir,The Nights,Hunters,Cinema

Singin' in the Rain: "Good Morning" Scene

End Credits #58: 2016 Lost Treasures Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher / Capturing a Golden Moment #17: Singin' in the Rain

Singin' in the Rain: "Good Morning" Scene

Top Ten Guilty Treasures: Putney Swope (1969, U.S.A.) Some films are best savored after they're over and this is one of them. It's just too insane while it's taking you for a ride. Offensive to everyone and anyone in his wide-angled sights, Robert Downey Sr. indulges his each and every whim. He even puts "a prince" after the director's credit and completely dubs his own voice over that of his lead actor Arnold Johnson. His performers constantly repeat phrases...

Top Ten: Guilty Treasures

Top Ten Guilty Treasures: Putney Swope (1969, U.S.A.) Some films are best savored after they're over and this is one of them. It's just too insane while it's taking you for a ride. Offensive to everyone and anyone in his wide-angled sights, Robert Downey Sr. indulges his each and every whim. He even puts "a prince" after the director's credit and completely dubs his own voice over that of his lead actor Arnold Johnson. His performers constantly repeat phrases...

Monkey Business: Passport Departure Scene

Capturing a Golden Moment #6: Monkey Business (1931)

Monkey Business: Passport Departure Scene

The Duke as Ethan Edwards.  The truly scary visage of a man half-mad.

The Duke as Ethan Edwards. The truly scary visage of a man half-mad.

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