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@Diehl40 I believe there’s a typo in the countdown list, not showing gold rush but showing what I’m assuming to be one of tomorrows
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When Harry Met Sally.... is one of my favorite movies. Many rom-coms that I considered for my list leaned more towards romance and not as much towards comedy, but When Harry Met Sally.... has a nice blend of both. It was #4 on my list.


The Gold Rush is another good Chaplin movie that didn't make my list.
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I guess predictions for tomorrow:

In a twist, I don't think it's actually going to be The Producers.

Sid & Nancy (1986)
Alive (1993)



When Harry Met Sally is probably the top movie to introduce anyone to the rom-com genre. I've only seen it once, way back when but I remember enough of it to know that I loved it, and Meg Ryan's charm and Billy Crystal's humor were the main reasons for that. I truly need to see it again.

The Gold Rush is my all-time favorite Charlie Chaplin movie and on LB I believe I gave it a 5/5 stars. To me, it's perfect because it made me laugh all the way through, or just smile with delight at Chaplin's inventiveness. I really need to buy that sucker...if money weren't so tight right now! But, again, I didn't put Chaplin or Keaton on my list...mainly movies that I've seen more than once and that I can still watch, not matter what the era, and laugh like it's the first time I've seen it.

So far:
#8.My list Stripes #90. Countdown list
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I'll say The Producers and The Waterboy.
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70 points, 5 lists
The Producers
Director

Mel Brooks, 1967

Starring

Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Estelle Winwood, Christopher Hewett


#83








71 points, 6 lists
Wayne's World
Director

Penelope Spheeris, 1992

Starring

Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Rob Lowe, Tia Carrere


#82








Wayne's World was #34 on the MoFo Directed by Women List. This is the first appearance of the original The Producers.



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Not seen The Producers. Wayne's World is another of those "amusing when I saw it as a youngster" but I didn't even contemplate it for the best comedies ever.



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It's probably way too early for The Producers.
I guess I was wrong, but I'm kinda shocked!
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Absolutely loved The Producers when I first watched it as a kid and whilst it may have lost a little of its lustre for me over the years it would still have been a lock for a ballot had I made one. Never seen Wayne's World, not even sure I've seen any snippets from it other than the Bohemian Rhapsody scene that was aways being trotted out, maybe one day I will but it's probably not that likely.

Seen: 10/20
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terrible, 0/5, not enough puppies.



The Producers is great, but didn't make my ballot. I have seen Wayne's World years ago and have it on dvd, but am not a big fan.

Seen: 20/20

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