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William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"I'm afraid we are speaking past each other. There is ample evidence, circumstantial and literary, that Oxford lived and wrote about all that we consider Shakespearean. There is ample evidence that the three primary bases for Shakspere as…"
May 10, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"To Sevorin: Thank you for the labelling correction.  It was Richard Barnfield's "A Remembrance of some English Poets" in Poems in Divers Humors. (1598) that includes the following play on Vere's name and his pseudonym Ever…"
May 10, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"Sevorin does not respond to the evidence presented showing that contemporaneous authors knew Oxford was "Shakespeare". I will proceed to respond to his challenge for evidence that the Stationers' Company allowed pirated plays, despite…"
May 9, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"In reply to Sevorin: After ignoring the evidence I alluded to, which is artfully integrated into the plays and characters of 'Shakespeare' and Jonson, you say it is no evidence? Then curse and rant? Why vituperate if you have facts? Here…"
May 9, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"That's a fine upstanding declaration, and the only problem is providing any factual or logically consistent argument to back it up. You obviously haven't read the historical or literary background, so your statement of belief is…"
May 8, 2012
William Ray replied to Ando's discussion 'Words, words, words...' in the group Shake & Stir
"Greenblatt did not say a word about his book until twenty-six minutes into the monologue. The preamble was stream of consciousness nonsense, useless to anyone. When he did begin to discuss Shakespeare and read a bit from the book, he evidenced…"
May 8, 2012
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Even if you don't believe that he wrote all those plays let's talk about his best film adaptations and anything else William Shakespearean.See More
May 8, 2012
William Ray is now a member of Netflix Movie Fans
May 8, 2012

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The World of Apu
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Ando replied to pterosaur's discussion 'The Listening Thread: Part NEIN!' in the group The Soundtracks to Our Lives
"Nice, slow, soulful take. Still partial to Mccan's, tho. :-) "
34 minutes ago
David replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Here's a podcast on films if interested.  Are there any you listen too?  http://podcastpickle.com/ They were covering surreal films as well."
2 hours ago
eviltimes replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Ghost in the Shell ARISE Border 3 Ghost Tears     2014   NR   59 min   JP   EN subs   8/10 Part 3 of 4 in the prequel to the GITS:SAC series. As the Major and the rest of what will become Section…"
3 hours ago
eviltimes replied to pterosaur's discussion 'The Listening Thread: Part NEIN!' in the group The Soundtracks to Our Lives
"Tubes - Don't Want to Wait Anymore"
4 hours ago
Dig-Me-Up left a comment for David
"Extant is on tonight at 9 PM. Just a reminder. http://www.tvguide.com/tvshows/extant/tv-listings/580829 ; "
5 hours ago
eviltimes replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Oh, yes.  Horse or not - giddy up!"
12 hours ago
Don Wilson is now a member of Netflix Movie Fans
12 hours ago
Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Humoresque (1946) Wealthy socialite, Joan Crawford, falls for poor, young, violinist, John Garfield. Isaac Stern's beautiful playing, Oscar Levant's wonderful turn as Garfield's lifetime buddy and fellow artiste, classic 40s black…"
13 hours ago
Nerves replied to Ando's discussion 'Peeping Tom (Powell, 1960)' in the group Criterion Fun
"Regarding the German accent: Karlheinz Böhm, who plays Mark Lewis, was Austrian (he just passed away this May). He was the son of the famous conductor Karl Böhm. Sounds a bit like Peter Lorre, doesn't he? "
18 hours ago
eviltimes replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Yeah, it pains me to see the money Criterion wastes at times.  Oh well."
19 hours ago
eviltimes replied to pterosaur's discussion 'The Listening Thread: Part NEIN!' in the group The Soundtracks to Our Lives
"Beatles - Only a Northern Song"
19 hours ago
Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 34.0'
"Well, if the theme you first mentioned, namely, deciphering the unconcious minds of people, was at the forefront - or, at least, weaved perceptively into the narrative of Peeping Tom it may have been a clearer film. As it is it's a…"
20 hours ago

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