Filmwhys #19 The Gold Rush and The Crow
I’m pleased to have another episode of Filmwhys ready to go for you today. I’m joined by Todd Liebenow of Forgotten Films who asks me why I haven’t seen the Gold Rush, one of Charlie Chaplin’s greatest films from the silent era featuring his famous little tramp character. And in return, I ask him why he hasn’t seen The Crow, the gothic supernatural revenge tale about a man who was killed along with his fiance and is brought back to life by a Crow in order to seek vengeance, it’s also the final film role of Brandon Lee who tragically died during filming.
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Posted on December 7, 2013, in Podcasts and tagged filmwhys, filmwise, movies, podcast, review, silent film. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
You’ve never seen THE CROW????
I think his excuse was relatively reasonable, usually the shock is on my end rather than on their end.
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