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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #12

O.E.D.:                         David Lean, 1969, 3 hours 30 min.

        Lean's version of the Oxford Dictionary has been accused of
        shallowness in its treatment of a complete work.  Omar Sharif
        tends to overact as aardvark, but Alec Guiness is solid in
        the role of abbacy.  As usual, the photography is stunning.
        With Julie Christie.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #3

MIRACLE ON 42ND STREET:
        Santa Claus, in the off season, follows his heart's desire and
        tries to make it big on Broadway.  Santa sings and dances his way
        into your heart.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #4

WITLESS:
        Peter Weir directs Sylvester Stallone in the most challenging role
        of his career.  Stallone plays a Philadelphia police officer on the
        run from corrupt officials.  He is wounded and then nursed back to
        health by Amish Mennonites.  Fearful that they might unwittingly
        reveal his hiding place, he blows them all away.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #5

THE ATOMIC GRANDMOTHER:
        This humorous but heart-warming story tells of an elderly woman
        forced to work at a nuclear power plant in order to help the family
        make ends meet.  At night, granny sits on the porch, tells tales
        of her colorful past, and the family uses her to cook barbecues
        and to power small electrical appliances.  Maureen Stapleton gives
        a glowing performance.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #6

RAZORBACK:                      Paul Harbride, 1984, 2 hours 25 min.
        One of the great Australian films of the early 1980's,
        and arguably the best movie ever made about a large,
        man-eating hog.  Some violence.  With Gregory Harrison.
 
Freebsd Fortunes 3:  1676 of 2182

FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #7

OUT OF "OUT OF AFRICA":
        This film is a compilation of selected news clips depicting audiences
        frantically pushing and shoving to get out of theatres where "Out of
        Africa" is showing.  Many people are trampled to death in the frenzy.
        Due to its violence and offensive language, not recommended for
        younger viewers.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #8

THE SMURFS AND THE CUISINART (1986)
        The lovable little blue Smurfs encounter a lovable little kitchen
        appliance, which invites them to play.  The Smurfs learn a valuable
        (if sometimes fatal) lesson.

THE SMURFS AND THE CARBON-DIOXIDE INDUSTRIAL LASER (1987)
        The inevitable sequel.  The lovable and somewhat mangled surviving
        Smurfs team up with the Care Bears to encounter a cute, lovable piece
        of high-tech welding equipment, which teaches them the magic of
        becoming rather greasy smoke.  Heartwarming fun for the entire family.
 
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FORTUNE DISCUSSES THE OBSCURE FILMS: #9

THE PARKING PROBLEM IN PARIS:   Jean-Luc Godard, 1971, 7 hours 18 min.

        Godard's meditation on the topic has been described as
        everything from "timeless" to "endless."  (Remade by Gene
        Wilder as NO PLACE TO PARK.)
 
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Fortune Documents the Great Legal Decisions:

It is a rule of evidence deduced from the experience of mankind and
supported by reason and authority that positive testimony is entitled to
more weight than negative testimony, but by the latter term is meant
negative testimony in its true sense and not positive evidence of a
negative, because testimony in support of a negative may be as positive
as that in support of an affirmative.
                -- 254 Pac. Rep. 472.
 
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Fortune Documents the Great Legal Decisions:

We can imagine no reason why, with ordinary care, human toes could not be
left out of chewing tobacco, and if toes are found in chewing tobacco, it
seems to us that someone has been very careless.
                -- 78 So. 365.
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