Thread: Amazing Movie Scenes

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    • 2 years 10 months ago
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    Yul Brynner stole the show, but this was also Richard Benjamin's best role, imo. Here is my favorite scene where Richard's character hides in plain sight, with a little surprise for Yul's T1-like persona:


    Love that movie. It was like Jurassic Park meets Terminator. Also, are you sure that Richard Benjamin's best role wasn't Saturday The 14th? LOL


    This is amazing GV, I thought I was the only guy around here that knew about "Saturday The 14th" from 1981. I've been a fan of Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss ever since their TV sitcom "He & She" waay back in 1967.

    Remember the eye balls in the coffee? And I love the scene where the son opens the Book of Evil and releases the illustrated monsters, page by page, lol.

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      James Cann reprised his role in Godfather, Part II as Sonny Corleone. Not surprisingly, he loses his temper here.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

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        It's always a pleasure to see old James Cann again, fantastic actor!

        Here's a cool scene from the 1958 Warner Bros. Classic, "Auntie Mame" showing her nephew Patrick is quite the young bartender, lol.

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          Here's one that still amazes me no matter how many times I see it.

          Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan in MGM's 1942 classic, "Tarzan's New York Adventure". This is the clip of the famous Brooklyn Bridge scene, imagine the impact this must have had on the audiences of the time.

          The really amazing thing about this film is it was shot almost entirely on the MGM lot, not on location in NYC. Notice how the actors are screened into the NYC backdrop, to me it actually makes this movie fun to watch in an odd way!

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            Just about any scene from Terminator 2

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RbL4PwTDsQ
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