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Rey commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"Hard to say what to show for children for more recent westerns, but a rare hybrid that came out relatively recently that they would enjoy would be Back To The Future Part III. I know, not a true western, but the kids are going to love it ;)."
1 hour ago
David commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"I'd think they'd enjoy The Cowboys, with John Wayne as there's younger boys in it, along with True Grit, either version, for the same reason, has a younger girl in it.  They might like Chisum too as it has two young borthers in…"
4 hours ago
Just Gus commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"I already know some which are definites...just asking others' opinions."
13 hours ago
Just Gus commented on Just Gus's group 'Western Roundup'
"I have decided to educate my four youngest about Westerns, a film genre I have a deep and abiding love and passion for. Suggestions for films?"
13 hours ago
Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Oh yeah. But he's like a precursor to Mr. Magoo. Put them in any situation and watch them defy the laws of physics. :D"
15 hours ago
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Ando commented on Ando's group 'Shake & Stir'
"Ooh. The Burns & Allen episode was sorta painful. This one ought to be fatal :pVincent Price does all the death scenes from The Bard's more popular plays. Theater of Blood (1973) "
22 hours ago
Ando commented on Ando's group 'Shake & Stir'
"Think you had trouble with Shakespeare? Check out Burns & Allen... "
yesterday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Well, I'd argue that his feature films like 'The General' have better structured plots."
Thursday
Ando replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Yep. Good one. Must say Keaton's plots all seem almost incidental. He could walk from movie into another without much continuity work. ha"
Thursday
Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Baseball Tonight' in the group The Fan
"Nice one from The Nats yesterday; Harper and Scherzer in fine form. Wonder if they'll be this hot when they come to Queens in late July (got Mets tix)- "
Thursday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"The Goat (1921)Not one of the most cohesive plots but has a lot of funny gags and a few iconic Keaton moments like the one at 8'46". I don't quite understand the relevance of the title unless it's short for scapegoat. ★★★★☆ "
Thursday

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