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1930s Draft: Round One - Richard Dickson vs. Simbob
#1
(06-07-2021, 01:18 PM)Richard Dickson Wrote:
THE ROOTS RUN DEEP
Films from the '30s that shaped a kid in the '70s


1. THE WIZARD OF OZ (Victor Fleming, 1939)

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2. A NIGHT AT THE OPERA (Sam Wood, 1935)

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3. THE MUMMY (Karl Freund, 1932)

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4. FLASH GORDON (Frederick Stephani, 1936)

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5. TARZAN THE APE MAN (W. S. Van Dyke, 1932)

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BONUS

PORKY'S DUCK HUNT (Tex Avery, 1937)

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LONESOME GHOSTS (Burt Gillett, 1937)

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(06-11-2021, 02:01 AM)simbob Wrote:
Frankenstein (1931) - James Whale
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Hell's Angels (1930) - Howard Hughes & James Whale
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Queen Christina (1933) - Rouben Mamoulian
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Man's Castle (1933) - Frank Borzage
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The Bat Whispers (1930) - Roland West
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BONUS
Fleischer Studios Shorts
Directed by
Dave Fleischer


Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor (1936)
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Snow-White (1933)
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#2
It's tough to pick between the two, but Dickson's picks resemble my own weekend UHF experiences as a kid. So Dickson.
"Such is the heroic burden. We must always mourn our fallen. Gone Forever! Dead like Robin! Like Supergirl! Deceased like Superman! Hal Jordan! All gone! I weep for them, and know that someday I shall join them. I must go weep. Like a hero." -- Kyle Baker
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#3
FRANKENSTEIN is one of my favorite movies ever, but I like Dickson's overall list more. My vote goes to Dickson.
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#4
I've unfortunately never seen a couple of films on simbob's list, so it's hard to make a true 'apples to apples' comparison in terms of quality. He has some undeniable classics, however.
Richard's list is excellent and is similar to my own tastes.

Vote: Richard, with the caveat that I'll seek out those films on simbob's list that I have not seen.
'make sure you pay attention to the awesome suits' - Nooj on UNDERWATER
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#5
Richard. Wizard of Oz is one of my favorite movies of all time. Definitely in my top ten.
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"We're not all masters of our souls, Meacham...I learned that on Earth."
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(07-02-2021, 11:08 AM)Judas Booth Wrote: I've unfortunately never seen a couple of films on simbob's list, so it's hard to make a true 'apples to apples' comparison in terms of quality.  He has some undeniable classics, however.
Richard's list is excellent and is similar to my own tastes.

Vote: Richard, with the caveat that I'll seek out those films on simbob's list that I have not seen.

I think they're all freely available on YouTube besides Queen Christina.
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(07-02-2021, 11:04 PM)simbob Wrote:
(07-02-2021, 11:08 AM)Judas Booth Wrote: I've unfortunately never seen a couple of films on simbob's list, so it's hard to make a true 'apples to apples' comparison in terms of quality.  He has some undeniable classics, however.
Richard's list is excellent and is similar to my own tastes.

Vote: Richard, with the caveat that I'll seek out those films on simbob's list that I have not seen.

I think they're all freely available on YouTube besides Queen Christina.

Awesome, thanks!
'make sure you pay attention to the awesome suits' - Nooj on UNDERWATER
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#8
Richard. Can't vote against the Marx Bros.
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