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jefe1

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Last week signed up for the Criterion Channel, this is the first thing I watched.
Classic.
Nick Cave, Peter Falk...

Too bad the follow-up Faraway, So Close! isn't available.
Its a great film worth watching again. Saw Faraway so close too long ago to remember.......
 

Lute

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I really liked the first film in this series. That seems to happen a lot with me. Maybe that should be the name of a new thread.

 
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Lute

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Golly, Brett......from your esoteric music culled from the bowels of Middle Earth to CAR CHASES and SWORD FIGHTS.......what an eclectic life you lead!


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Brett Quixote de la Tokyo
Crushingly clear caption, Ralphie 🙀

Well, let’s just call it an adventurous affair with Cinematic Archeology. :love: :love:

Speaking of archeology, swords and knife fights...


A bit of trivia: The sword fight was initially supposed to be much longer with Harrison Ford using his whip, but he and much of the crew had a stomach virus, so they cut it short. LOL!!
 
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4-earredwonder

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Crushingly clear caption, Ralphie 🙀

Well, let’s just call it an adventurous affair with Cinematic Archeology. :love: :love:

Speaking of archeology, swords and knife fights...


A bit of trivia: The sword fight was initially supposed to be much longer with Harrison Ford using his whip, but he and much of the crew had a stomach virus, so they cut it short. LOL!!
And that classic line: NEVER BRING A KNIFE TO A GUNFIGHT!
 

Q-Eight

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For me, the resident PetroSexual.... it's 70's Road movies:

Two-Lane Blacktop
Vanishing Point
Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry
Speedtrap
Smokey & the Bandit
Cannonball!
The Gumball Rally
Stingray
Moonrunners
The Last American Hero

Honorable mentions go to: Thunderbolt & Lightfoot, Easy Rider & Bullitt.
 
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