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Welcome Masha, if you like Jewellry Robbery and Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels I think you're going to be at home here.
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I don't know JEWEL ROBBERY. LARCENY, INC is a wonderful caper comedy with Edward G. Robinson. Woody Allen stole the concept for his SMALL TIME CROOKS. Stolen or not, that's another good one! I love a good heist film, though most of them are quite serious. John Huston's THE ASPHALT JUNGLE leads the pack. There's a French film called RIFIFI. Only in recent years have I discovered ARMORED CAR ROBBERY. These are all fine crime dramas.

We're so glad to have you join us, Masha! We look forward to your input into the discussions.
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Welcome aboard Masha! :)
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RedRiver wrote:I don't know JEWEL ROBBERY.
You really need to watch it. William Powell and Kay Fwancis in an absolutely delightful precode romcom.
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jondaris wrote:
RedRiver wrote:I don't know JEWEL ROBBERY.
You really need to watch it. William Powell and Kay Fwancis in an absolutely delightful precode romcom.
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knitwit45 wrote:
jondaris wrote:
RedRiver wrote:I don't know JEWEL ROBBERY.
You really need to watch it. William Powell and Kay Fwancis in an absolutely delightful precode romcom.
h

Jon!!!! hi ya!!! we miss you around here, sure glad to see your name pop up!

Nancy


Wow ... what a pleasant surprise as well ... good ole Jondaris posting!!!
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Michaerl Crichton's THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY is a better book than movie. A truly fascinating story that almost reads like an instruction manual. "How To Rob a Train!" It's one of the best suspense novels I've read.
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Hi, Masha! I think I might know you already ....is that possible?
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