Well, with so many schools there, you’d expect a lot of leagues .....
posted on 12/02/2012 12:42:41 PM PST
(Old Movie BUMP)
Gotta love free youtube movies. I'm sick and don't have cable. Yesterday was Hitchcock day. I watched Woman in the Window, Rebecca, and The 39 Steps. Today I was able to get live football on the computer. It is priceless. I'll consider your suggestion for later.
posted on 12/02/2012 12:45:54 PM PST
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Disney made a lot of great movies back then.
I have seen a couple of other versions of “20,000 Leagues”, and none of them were even close to the Disney version.
posted on 12/02/2012 12:46:58 PM PST
(One shot one miss.)
Great movie. I and my kids were sad when the ride was discontinued at Disney World - Florida.
posted on 12/02/2012 1:22:03 PM PST
(Eat the rich only if you're certain it's your last meal)
One of those movies I used to love to watch as a kid, on a Sunday afternnon/evening, on channel 9’s Family Classics with Frazier Thomas.
posted on 12/02/2012 1:22:39 PM PST
by mountn man
(ATTITUDE- The Pleasure You Get From Life, Is Equal To The Attitude You Put Into It.)
Verne was quite the visionary, no?
The visual scene that grabbed me when I saw it in the theater was the the wall behind which was the futuristic source of power for the sub. It was studded with translucent hemispheres behind which you saw the swirling colors of the process by which it was produced.
Well, that, and the tentacles of the giant squid.
posted on 12/02/2012 1:41:33 PM PST
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First movie I ever saw. At a drive-in movie.
How could it be 1954? I saw it in theater when I was a kid. Ever since I’ve wanted by own submarine with a ramming prow.
posted on 12/02/2012 1:57:19 PM PST
by Telepathic Intruder
(The only thing the Left has learned from the failures of socialism is not to call it that)
Those old Disney movies were family friendly but not in the least bit effeminate.
Some of the better ones were: “Treasure Island”, “Kidnapped”, “Darby O’Gill and the Little People”, “Swiss Family Robinson”, etc.
All of them really good adventure.
posted on 12/02/2012 2:42:28 PM PST
(One shot one miss.)
I just picked up the 1916 version from Grapevine Video. It had been a long time since I’d seen it, and I didn’t remember it incorporating elements from Mysterious Island.
posted on 12/02/2012 3:45:58 PM PST
by william clark
A wonderful movie.
Kirk Douglas sings to a seal.
Ends with a bang!
posted on 12/02/2012 6:51:20 PM PST
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