King Kong (1933) was Hitler’s favorite movie.
The IMDB trivia for Trip to the Moon says that the hand colored copy was discovered in a barn in France. But the wikipedia page says it was found in 1993 in the Filmoteca de Catalunya. What is the reason for this?
I don’t know why you’d have to admit that. Queens guitarist is/was great. Wasn’t only Freddie that made the band a success.
I meant the composition. I know May’s a great guitarist. 😃
What do you think is the worst silent film ever and the best? I’m interested to hear your opinions. Of course, you are still free to talk about other stuff in this thread, but they must be related to silent film. 😃
I will admit, the guitar solo in Heaven for Everyone (Queen version) is epic.
This thread is to discuss films that are known to no longer exist in any media form, and ones that have been found and restored.
Have fun! 😃
What is your favorite movie time period? As in 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, ect.
Anyway, what currently lost silent film would you most like to see? Mine would be London After Midnight. There’s a reconstruction of it using stills, but would be nice to see the actual film.
A classic lost film. It is very sad it’s lost. Hopefully maybe some guy will have the footage on some kind of VHS or something. (Okay, that’s unlikely but I wish that’s the case)
I am sorry if I am breaking any rules here, but I’d like you to get back on topic, this current conversation belongs in another thread
Do stills of films on IMDB have anything to do with the films themselves, like actual scenes? Because some of them are simply an actor/actress posing
Oe ‘hmmmm’ scene I saw was in Jekyll in Hyde where a girl takes off all her clothes (but no nudity) in front of Jekyll.
This thread is for discussing film scenes that seem quite awkward in the film, seem quite pointless, have uncomfortable innuendos, or just shouldn’t be there.
Have fun! 😃
Also Charlie Chaplin with and without his 'stache also look quite different.
Freddie Mercury with and without his moustache, and with long and short hair somehow look like two different people.
The guitar solo in Brighton Rock by Queen was first used in a BBC session in 1973 for “Son and Daughter”
Sorry for the accidental double post
Isn’t there a thought repeating in that barbaric brain of yours? The name “Friendly”—Mr. Edgar Friendly?
…Don’t you have someone to kill?
Well, I looked at my other old threads again, like the 'Say something random every time you see this thread And the majority of my Batman related threads, I feel like a laughingstock.
The most common name in the world is Mohammed
I didn’t mean that kind of pointless. I know it’s an innuendo.
This is quite possibly one of the most pointless movie scenes I’ve seen, like, seriously, I do not understand the point. 😐
The assimilation scene in Superman III.
A classic. though that actually didn’t scare me.
I watched Attack the Block when I was nine, it was the first MA15+ film I’d ever watched (that I can remember). It’s an action sci-fi film (I guess it has elements of horror) but it freaked the hell out of me at the time. One of my favourites now.
What exactly did the scary scenes contain?
This is the thread for unintentionally scary or intentionally scary scenes in non-horror films.
Please do not use any pictures, as you might trigger someone’s phobias or generally simply freak them out, so it is best you don’t use pictures, just describe them in detail. 😃
In 100 years time if “The New Thread Thread” wasn’t irrelevant anymore, and if there were new ones being made every once in a while, there would be “The New The New The New The New The New Thread Thread Thread Thread Thread Thread Thread”
(It’s just a joke, you do not need to take it seriously)