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Sherlock Holmes-- for me it is always Rathbone. He looks like the illustrations Doyle approved of. When I see an actor who is not tall, long-faced and well-nosed, it feels wrong, even if the actor is good.

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from IMDb

Friday the 13th (1980)

Good work, no doubt...but....for all the film geeks out there, the hockey mask didn't appear until episode 3. Sorry dude

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from Telegraph.co.uk

James Bond's best film posters

Dr. No (1962) French edition James Bond: 50 Years of Movie Posters https://www.youtube.com/user/PopcornCinemaShow

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This has a very specific meaning to it, with a nice use of mist and almost zero light to give a sense of style as well.

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from the Guardian

Scorsese: my friendship with Michael Powell

THE RED SHOES, 1948. Directed by Powell and Pressburger, starring Moira Shearer. Click through for Martin Scorsese on his friendship with Michael Powell.

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