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RE: Rutger Hauer was a standout. He gave the moment.

gotta disagree on Marlon Brando as Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire. He chewed up the screen. James Dean gave a similar performance in East of Eden which had some terrific shots as well. Speaking of Kazan flicks, "Baby Doll" is a fun one.

For an interesting and somewhat creepy little film from back in the day, check out Todd Browning's "Freaks".

Not sure how many "graveside service" scenes appear in film, but the very best is in Russ Meyer's "Mudhoney". It's a cringe-worthy scene and a hoot to boot! (The rest of the film is not so great.)

Another hootenanny of a film is "God's Little Acre" with a steamy performance from Tina Louise.

You can't dismiss Sunset Blvd or Fellini, Kurosawa and Bergman films just because they were made in the 50s and 60s. Welles' Touch of Evil has one of the best opening scenes in film history (even with Heston as a Mexican).

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  • RE: Rutger Hauer was a standout. He gave the moment. - dean_martin 11:35:43 04/29/20 (0)


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