Old B&W Hitchcock movies are by far my faves. Lady Vanishes, 39 Steps, Foreign Correspondent & Sabotage are probably the most noteworthy in my view.
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That film was concerning the boredom of rising old in America. This one pretends to make a well timed assertion about company greed and crooked monetary institutions. The previous boys don’t rob the financial institution as a result of it will be enjoyable but because their pensions have been frozen on account of the metal mill — where they worked all their lives — being offered to a international concern. It’s The Big Short with Depends!
Fantastic concept, wow these 25 movies must all be long as I would have thought perhaps a day and half of fixed viewing versus nearly 3 days. I am sure if I would watch all 25 motion pictures in a row I would have that vacant look that many veterans have after serving in motion. The next time I even have to remain awake three days I will do this marathan.
From Shirley Temple, it was natural for me to move as much as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies; they had been made about the same time. I suppose they’re type of the grownup model of Shirley Temple, sweet, harmless and charming; the fabulous genius-impressed dances they did (like this one in Swing Time); the inventive visuals their early films offered within the top of 1930’s fantasy fashion, elegant clothes, stunning furniture and architecture, to not mention the music! It was magic! A world of inspiration; a feast for the senses!