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09-07-2006
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and dr. mabuse the player. another classic of german expressionism. i just love it when they use floating words to show the (fleeing) mind of someone in the film.

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26-07-2006
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Gentlemen prefer blondes
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hitchcock films.

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Definitely Gone With The Wind for me..
i watched it several times and i can still watch it many times more,it is my favorite film ever..
Same here for me!! I've seen Gone With the Wind at least 10 times and I can watch it again and again...One of my fav. films ever...

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this is such a great thread!!!!! Thanks to all who have posted.

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I love Sweet Charity! With Shirley McClaine.

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Poor little rich girl..edie Sedgewick is in it and to me has never looked more beautiful

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anyone seen 'lolita' (60's version) and 'pretty baby'?
i really want to watch these two..maybe i will during christmas =T

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irma la douce w/shirley macclaine and jack lemmon
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WHAT'S UP, DOC? 1972
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anyone seen 'lolita' (60's version) and 'pretty baby'?
i really want to watch these two..maybe i will during christmas =T
Have seen Lolita numerous times, and definetily recommend watching it. It is a great film from Kubrick

Of course even that does not beat reading the book...

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Chocolate (I know this is a movie from only 2001 or something, but still)
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Le Ballon Rouge for the mens/boyswear, for serious.

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