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GONE WITH THE WIND (dir: Victor Fleming, Not Rated) - Michelle says, "Have you really not seen this film in its entirety yet? Surely, you know enough about it to understand a passing reference to Scarlett’s gross infatuation with her effeminate cousin Ashley, or her gown made out of her curtains when she’s desperate for money in the Reconstruction Era. Or maybe you’ve said, 'Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn,' to your friend or something. Maybe it was on every Thanksgiving Day around dinner time when you were growing up, and you snuck away to watch it in the bedroom with all the guest’s coats, but then it was time for dessert, so you only got see the Intermission which was weird because it’s a movie. Or maybe you caught that embarrassing part with the screeching slave girl, Prissy, and you didn’t know why it made you uncomfortable, or why you almost wanted the South to win the Civil War, so Scarlett’s beloved plantation Tara wouldn’t be pillaged by the those devilish Yankees. Maybe you were struck by the color contrasts of the film – the initially lush and idyllic greens versus the heated oranges when the South is burning later on, Scarlett’s virginal white dress complimenting her flushed cheeks and cherry puckered mouth. Or maybe you read the epic novel upon which the movie was based and didn’t bother to watch the film. I think you’re lying about that last excuse, though. I think you need to just man up and watch all four hours of this thing right now."
ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (dir: Howard Hawks, Not Rated) – Bart says, "Cary Grant was never sexier than in this adventuresome tale of heroic cargo pilots in the Andes. Here he trades in his familiar suave, debonair playboy image for a strutting, manly confidence that has Jean Arthur and Rita Hayworth competing for his affections, even though he clear prefers the company of his fellow self-sacrificing pilots. This is your new favorite Howard Hawks movie."
THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES (dir: Alfred L. Werker, Not Rated)
DESTRY RIDES AGAIN (dir: George Marshall, Not Rated)
GUNGA DIN (dir: George Stevens, Not Rated)
MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON (dir: Frank Capra, Not Rated)
THE RULES OF THE GAME (dir: Jean Renoir, Not Rated)
STAGECOACH (dir: John Ford, Not Rated)
THE WIZARD OF OZ (dir: Victor Fleming, Not Rated)
WUTHERING HEIGHTS (dir: William Wyler, Not Rated)
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