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Youngest member of the Bluth family. Cartography, Native American tribal ceremonies and 18th century agrarian business principles and archaeology expert.

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Jun
23
awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
23
revised Were Poltergist and E.T. filmed in the same neighborhood?
add tags to improve sort/search
Jun
23
suggested suggested edit on Were Poltergist and E.T. filmed in the same neighborhood?
Jun
23
asked Where do the historical accuracies end and fiction begin in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter?
Jun
22
revised Why did Javert not check for the tattoo in Les Miserables?
title spelling
Jun
22
suggested suggested edit on Why did Javert not check for the tattoo in Les Miserables?
Jun
22
revised Why did Javert not check for the tattoo in Les Miserables?
edited tags, edited title for spelling, cleared up superfluous language in body
Jun
22
comment Why were the parents in The Poltergeist shown smoking pot and drinking?
I'll admit I have a theory but I'm hoping someone has a better answer than I do.
Jun
22
asked Why were the parents in The Poltergeist shown smoking pot and drinking?
Jun
22
suggested suggested edit on Why did Javert not check for the tattoo in Les Miserables?
Jun
21
answered How long did Cliff date Clair in the Cosby Show?
Jun
21
comment How did Jason Bourne know the location of the only other living Treadstone assassin?
Agree that I always thought they worked alone. That said, the exchange between Jarda and Jason Bourne quoted above appears to answer your question.
Jun
20
comment Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
Yes to that suggestion, and I like the idea of breaking expectations!
Jun
20
revised Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
per commenter, added more context
Jun
20
comment Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
Haha glad that cleared it up. Please edit if you see a potential statement Hitchcock was making. I've considered this question a long time, but a (reasonable) specific statement or agenda still elude me.
Jun
20
comment Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
I see where you both are coming from, and I understand your concerns. @ChristianRau, I'm specifically asking if he's making a statement by providing some evidence to support that hypothetical. I'm hoping someone can provide insight into whether or not that evidence supports my hypothesis-- that he was making some kind of statement (whatever that may be).
Jun
20
revised Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
per commenter, added more context
Jun
20
asked Was Rear Window making a statement about 1950s gender roles?
Jun
12
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
11
answered To what extent were the actors in Wedding Crashers improvising?