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  1. Frankenstein

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    All the outdoor stuff seemed covered well, so what else do we do? My wife collects cookie jars(doesn't fill them tho sucks) you know "whatnot" I have a thing for "old" movies. Used to play golf but got to busy. Pretty much whatever, just a starting point. Model builders etc music is one of my biggest passtimes
     
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    What old movies? Some of my favorites:

    Casablanca
    Gaslight
    Notorious
    Mr. Blanding Builds His Dream House
    Arsenic and Old Lace

    (I like Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman)
     
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    Drinking beer
     
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    Arsenic and old lace is one of my favorites(try bell book and candle) Casablanca is a classic I preferred Key Largo.
    From here to enternity
    John Wayne especially his non western works.(Wake of the red witch, hell fighters)
    Four for Texas (most of the rat pack movies)
    Journey to the center of the earth
    Voyage to the bottom of the sea
    Harvey(of course?)
    I like the bob hope movies wich included bing and Kaye as well as white Christmas etc
    Bing did a movie Going my Way I thought it good
    Lots of old classic disaster films
    Panic in the year Zero is great IMO
    But I like them all
    Towering inferno
    Earthquake
    Posidon (brain just won't spell it right?) oh well
    When time ran out is a good one
    Always liked Damnation Alley
    So many more really
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe
    I loved the young Hepburn she really lit up the screen
     
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    I collect money
     
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    I forgot about Key Largo. I really like that.
     
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    I drink beer one night a week wether I want to or not.
     
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    I tried it couldn't get the knack for it.
     
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    i nerd out and make chainmaille from time to time. mostly smaller stuff, but i'm about halfway through another hauberk, and i've made a couple coifs, too...
    butted, no patience to drill and rivet each link.

    [​IMG]
     
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    That chain mail would likely drive me nutty I can't stand to braid paracord! It's cool stuff tho not sure what the pices you named are but I'll google them the get perspective.

    Another movie I've always liked is The Swimmer with Burt Lancaster
    And west world with brynner
     
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    Papillon
    The great escape
    Cool hand luke
    Jeremahia jonhson.......
     
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    ^ All good. I'll add Stalag 17
     
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    For those interested in foreign films i highly recommend my favorite black and white french movie:
    LES TONTONS FLINGUEURS.......they don t make movies like this anymore.
     
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    I'm still hanging on to all my Marvel Comics from the '90s. Have't added anything new, but the jr high dork in me won't let them go.
     
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    Holden was good had a lot of good productions
    Toko-Ri
    Sunset boulevard
    As well as some I mentioned above
     
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    Alfred Hitchcock
    - Rear Window - Jimmy Stewart & oh my God goddess Grace Kelly, hottest sexiest woman ever to me
    - Vertigo - Jimmy Stewart again at his best and Kim Novak, another WOWzer
    - North by Northwest - Carey Grant & a young sexy Eva Marie Saint
    - To Catch a Thief - Carey Grant again with Grace Kelly, just WOW
    - The Birds - damn Tippi Hedren was hot in the day and loved Rod Taylor in this role
    - Psycho - the Janet Leigh shower scene excites me then scares the crap out of me to this day, man that just sounds wrong LOL

    Classics with Bogart, a real man's man in the day
    - Casablanca
    - Key Largo

    The Duke
    - The Quiet Man - his best Role ever with the only woman who could be his equal on screen, Maureen O'Hara as his bride Mary Kate
    - The Searchers - best western ever
    - The Man who Shot Liberty Valance
    How can a movie with John Wayne, Lee Marvin, and Jimmy Stewart not be on everyone's list​

    Best one liners ever & GREAT movies too
    - Tombstone - one of my top faves
    Val Kilmer & Kurt Russell as total bad asses, gotta love it, "I'm your Huckleberry", "It appears my hypocrisy knows no bounds", "I have not yet begun to defile myself", "Go ahead, skin it. Skin that smokewagon and see what happens", & "So run, you cur... RUN! Tell all the other curs the LAW'S coming! You tell 'em I'M coming... and Hell's coming with me, you hear?! Hell's coming with me!" - Greatest lines ever in any one single movie to me.​
    - Blazing Saddles - classic Brooks & too many classic lines to even start......

    Southern
    - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - Pure Classic with Paul Newman, Elizabeth Taylor as one sexy young thing, & Burl Ives, classic Southern movie
    - The Long Hot Summer - Paul Newman rocks here as drifter Ben Quick, another Southern classic
    - To Kill a Mockingbird - Gregory Pecks greatest role as Atticus Finch and routinely voted best movie ever
    - Forrest Gump - probably my all time favorite movie, Hanks at his finest, "Lietenant Dan, Lietenant Dan", Gary Sinise - perfect performance, & Bubba's shrimp scene LOL

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    Any with Sean Connery or Daniel Craig, just pick any
     
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    Left off two:

    - The Old Man & the Sea - Spencer Tracy with an Ernest Hemingway cameo, so cool!!!!!!
    - It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World - funny funny funny movie with almost every star from the 50's & 60's including again Spencer Tracy
     
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    MMMMW is great. Under the big w! Lots of great lines in that one.
     
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    Around the world in 80
    And
    The great race were some good ones
    I enjoyed Lemmon in Prisoner of 2nd Avenue
     
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    Fixed it for you.
    Let's Go Rangers!!
     

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