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Forum: Movie Questions 09-27-22
Replies: 3
Answered: Early examples of restyled title idents?
Posted By Colonel Blimp
Columbia Pictures seemed to have a particular...

Columbia Pictures seemed to have a particular sense of humor regarding its own iconic "Torch Lady". The perfect example was "The Mouse That Roared", where she looks down, sees a mouse near her feet,...
Forum: Movie Questions 05-28-22
Replies: 3
Unanswered:  Kidnapped man held prisoner under a giant bell
Posted By Colonel Blimp
The "bell torture" was used by Boris Karloff in...

The "bell torture" was used by Boris Karloff in the 1932 classic "The Mask Of Fu Manchu". In the '60's there were a half dozen "Fu Manchu" movies released. Possibly the bell torture was used in one...
Forum: Movie Questions 04-18-22
Replies: 2
Answered: A dystopian world with 3 Sun
Posted By Colonel Blimp
"Nightfall". Based on a story by Isaac Asimov. ...

"Nightfall". Based on a story by Isaac Asimov. Two different versions - 1988 and 2000.
Forum: Movie Questions 02-10-22
Replies: 7
Answered: Transported into the movie or TV world
Posted By Colonel Blimp
Buster Keaton's "Sherlock, Jr."

Buster Keaton's "Sherlock, Jr."
Forum: Movie Questions 01-03-22
Replies: 8
Answered: Movie where confederate soldier comes home
Posted By Colonel Blimp
You can watch it at OK. RU.

You can watch it at OK. RU.
Forum: Movie Questions 12-30-21
Replies: 5
Answered: ~Old Movie ( Black and White) - Mystery House with traps
Posted By Colonel Blimp
The film you remember is "Topper Returns", from...

The film you remember is "Topper Returns", from 1941.
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 09-04-21
Replies: 63
My Favorite Jason Robards Performances
Posted By Colonel Blimp
I saw this film back in 1965. I was 13 at the...

I saw this film back in 1965. I was 13 at the time. (Double feature with "Zorba The Greek". Remember double features?)
It has remained one of my ultra-faves ever since. A film I wish everyone could...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 09-04-21
Replies: 5
Louis de Funès
Posted By Colonel Blimp
Well, the only one of his films I've seen is "The...

Well, the only one of his films I've seen is "The Mad Adventures Of" Rabbi" Jacob." I declare it to be one of the funniest films ever made!
Forum: Movie Questions 09-03-21
Replies: 7
Answered: Song from the movie Hide-Out (1934)
Posted By Colonel Blimp
The song you're looking for is the famous...

The song you're looking for is the famous old-time novelty number "The Whistler And His Dog".
Lots of available recordings of it on YouTube.