Top Ten movies of the 1740s

 
Old 07-17-01, 10:21 PM
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Top Ten movies of the 1740s

I was just curious, since everyone seems to have favs. of the 90s, 60s 50s, ect.

So, what is your fav. film of the 1740s?
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Re: Top Ten movies of the 1740s

Originally posted by filmguy
So, what is your fav. film of the 1740s?
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There were NO movies in the 1740's.

The first speaking movies started in the 1920's and the silent ones weren't until the really later part of the 1800's.
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There were NO movies in the 1740's.

The first speaking movies started in the 1920's and the silent ones weren't until the really later part of the 1800's.
Are you sure?
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Originally posted by ehonauer


Are you sure?
Pretty sure if my cinematography class from 6 years ago is still somewhere inside in there.
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Pretty sure if my cinematography class from 6 years ago is still somewhere inside in there.
Either you're utilizing the most deadpan humor I've ever seen or you're completly unaware that this thread is a joke.
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Originally posted by Rand


Either you're utilizing the most deadpan humor I've ever seen or you're completly unaware that this thread is a joke.
Actually I DIDN'T think this thread was a joke, I just thought the original poster had messed up and put 1740 instead of 1940.

With the quality of threads posting up lately a 1940's thread is hardly unthinkable....


BTW the navigation for replying is awesome now... tab to reply... tab to submit... And it now quotes just the last person, no more partial deletes!
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Originally posted by GatorDeb
With the quality of threads posting up lately a 1940's thread is hardly unthinkable....
So a poll about favorite movies of the 1940's would not be to your liking? Why not? This is a movie forum.
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The First of the Mohicans
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Oh, I forgot to mention my favorite film o the 1740s.

Big Trouble In A Little Outback House
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Definitely the Star Wars Trilogy! Oh...sorry. The films weren't around back then, that's just when the DVD preparations began...
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MY FAVORITE FILM FROM THE 1740'S IS YOUARENOTORIGINAL
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That reminds of of a t.v. show in the 1740s: The Weakest Link....
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