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In Reply to: RE: The Home B&W Festival posted by Bambi B on September 17, 2018 at 06:46:28
. . . as one of the uTube posters notes, a prescient foreshadowing of today's US/Mexico relationship! ;-)
BTW, in addition to Star Bores and Hairy Plodder, you could have also mentioned Star Blecch - "These are the voyages of the star ship, Booby-Prize!" I should talk though, because, five days a week, Ms. CfL watches re-runs of Star Trek (the OS) and Star Trek TNG, and I often get roped in - LOL!
Oh - and I also see you're a fan of "A Crockwork Lemon". ;-)
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Now we are getting obscure! Then Mad satire of "A Clockwork Orange"? "When I say rape ...-" "We'll say forget it!"
Did you ever hear the DJ Al "Jazzbo" Collins?
He was on KSFO way back, and on KCSM until his death.
He had a Club, The Bandidos, and their motto was that line, in Spanish-
No tengo que ensenarle ningunas chapas maldidas!
No Tilda on my keyboard...
Chris from Lafayette,
Yes, wasn't there a "stinkin' badges" tribute in "Blazing Saddles"?
I really liked the original Star Dreck series as a kid, but keep forgetting or rather try to forget the movies, although the 2009 one was better than expected.
Yes, I admit to liking about everything Kubrick did quite a bit, partly because of the range: 18th Century to WWI to Cold War to SciFi to Dystopia, to Vietnam, comedy to tragedy plus the amazing attention to detail.
I even like a movie with only a distant connection to good ol' Stanley "Colour Me Kubrick". Based on a true story, John Malkovich plays a con artist pretending to be Kubrick to get free drinks.
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