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In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 3:02:40 PM PDT
J. Baker says:
>William A. Smith says:
"Exiting this game too.

Voting any of Hitchcock's films down is--well--offensive."<

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Ah, come on, you know that nothing personal is meant by Vasta, Sloany or Q voting down some of our favorites. And besides, I was just about to call a 'cease fire' on downvoting here, as we transition this elimination game into a poll. Come back to the game anytime, Mr. Smith.
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....I'll tell you all what. Since downvoting has become so palpably unpopular on some of these games, especially this one, I'm not even going to put it to question at this point:

Starting October 2nd, Midnight, This game will become a poll race. Ranking will be done in order of which films get to 150 points first.

No more down-votes will be allowed after today, but I will allow one more + vote. So +3 on each post can be used, for one, or divided among two or three titles.

I should have done it this way all along, but I wasn't sure which would be the more desired method of voting.

P. S. to Sloany - no, I don't hate Grace Kelly, she simply leaves me cold. Never cared for her acting, and aside from being able to wear a dress awfully well, I can't figure what she's doing in the part opposite Jimmy Stewart in 'Rear Window. That may be her least distracting - and hence best - role ever. They don't seem right together, and yet the central themes of 'Window' are so good and fascinating that I can even put up with the more grating and useless presence of Wendell Corey.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 4:51:04 PM PDT
Q says:
Hey, I went to Jesus Camp every summer as a kid (maybe why I like 'Sleepaway Camp' so much)! Only we didn't worship George Bush or turn into Christian Soldiers.....we just sat around the campfire singing songs with our marshmallows while the "older kids" played guitar. Plus, we only sang about the nice Jesus, not the one that damns you to the fiery hell.

However, I do recall sneaking out to smoke when I got to be one of the "older kids".

Clearly my Jesus camp didn't work, as I am now more of a fan of Buddhism. Or no religion at all. Ha. Jesus or not, it was a cool camp.

PS- Toby, your idea has already been done! But I'm a Cheerleader

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 4:59:29 PM PDT
After E.S. Hogwallop

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 34
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 16
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 29
Rich and Strange / East of Shanghai ~ 1
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 14
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 8
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 20
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 15

+2 The Birds
-2 The Trouble with Harry

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 5:04:19 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 1, 2012 5:05:57 PM PDT
Q says:
After Walt is Psycho, (but we already knew that, didn't we?)

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 34
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 16
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 29
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 14
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 19
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 15

+2 Strangers on a train.
-1 Strange rich peoples on a boat.
-1 Vertigo (i feel it's getting an undue lead)

**EDIT**

JBT beat me to the punch. I added his votes in!

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 5:26:29 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 1, 2012 5:27:19 PM PDT
Jesus camp didn't do a thing for me either. But I did like the nice warm fires and the camel smokes the older kids brought with them. The mosquitoes were a drag though.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 5:31:56 PM PDT
Oz le Fou says:
@Grace
I hear ya. There's not really the type of acting going on that makes you go, "Wow." I do find a weird kind of fit between Jimmy and Grace, though. If her character displayed stronger...shallowness, shall we say, then yeah, square block, rectangle hole, but her character actually comes across as very down-to-Earth, and very much *trying* to be down-to-Earth, which I think is important when looking at the odd union. Plus, there's a bit of a treat 'em mean, keep 'em keen thing going on there.

I appreciate her as an actress. Nowhere near the level of others, but I do nevertheless. Separately, I personally find her incredibly beautiful. Right up there with the great beauties. That doesn't mean I'm not critical of her performances, but it doesn't hurt that I like looking at her. I can be such a bloke sometimes.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 1, 2012 5:39:24 PM PDT
Oz le Fou says:
Q,
I always wanted to go the an American style summer camp. Especially as I was a rampant skirt chaser. I figured the gals over there might like the Aussie in their midst. And now, we'll never know.

I coulda been a contender.

I went through a very minor Buddhism stage. Actually, I kinda looked at as many religions as I could. Oddly, I felt the strongest pull coming from Islam. That was probably also during my Cat Stevens phase.

Posted on Oct 2, 2012 12:33:48 AM PDT
J. Baker says:
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_____Rules Change Time_____

There will be no Down-voting from hereon out on this thread, only Up-votes allowed, with one other change: and extra +1 is allowed, making a total of +3 to use as you wish.

We will now saunter to the finish line of 150 points for each film, to rank them in the order we collectively see most fitting.
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In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 12:40:50 AM PDT
J. Baker says:
After Q, beat punch spiker,

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 35
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 16
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 30
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 14
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 19
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

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+ The Birds
+ Rear Window
+ Young and Innocent

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Remember, everyone, we're only doing upvotes now. I'm hoping this will make things simpler and eliminate any bitterness that could have arisen if we saw too many of our favorite Hitch's drop off or diminish in points.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 1:35:24 AM PDT
Oz le Fou says:
After the young and innocent bird sat on the ledge of the rear window,

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 16
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 31
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 19
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

Plus The saboteur sat on the ledge of the rear window gazing at the birds.

If we were still offending...whoever it is we were offending...I would have given a down-vote to 'Rebecca', even if I did develop a crush on Joan Fontaine.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 2:20:10 AM PDT
J. Baker says:
As the Boss sang: ♪ Broadway Mary,Joan Fontaine /Advertiser on a downtown train / Christmas crier bustin' cane / He's in love again ... ♫

I think that song was originally called 'Circus'. Pretty good for a Dylan knockoff.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 4:09:59 AM PDT
After Sloan:

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 16
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 31
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

+3 Vertigo

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 7:52:11 AM PDT
After PoM

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 31
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 31
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

+3 North by Northwest, for which I have a special affection.

And thanks to JB.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 9:49:40 AM PDT
El Emmarino says:
After William (Welcome Back!),

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 33
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 32
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

[++] Norman sneaking out the [+] rear window for his date. SSSHH! Don't tell his mommy!

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 10:49:08 AM PDT
The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 3
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 36
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 32
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

+3 for Psycho, because one just can't get enough crazy.

Posted on Oct 2, 2012 2:59:40 PM PDT
Q says:
I don't see what the point of playing a game is, if nothing is down-voted.

I have lost interest.

Down-voting a Hitch films doesn't mean that it is bad. I love them all. We were clearly just playing a game.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 3:08:37 PM PDT
El Emmarino says:
Q,

PLEASE DON'T QUIT!!!! It's still a game/race to declare the ultimate Hitchcock film... [cough] Psycho [cough]. Come on girl, at least try for a little while? Please with sugar on top?

Posted on Oct 2, 2012 3:17:09 PM PDT
Q says:
You may as well call it 'The Most Widely Viewed Hitchock Movie'.

Because if people are only up-voting movies that thay have seen, and they have only seen a few (or one, even) Hitchcock films, that gives those films a huge unfair advantage. If it was a poll where everyone had seen every movie listed and they rated them, that would be different. Otherwise, it seems like a waste of time. Maybe an Alfred Hitchcock chatroom would be more appropriate.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 3:24:28 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 2, 2012 3:26:42 PM PDT
I like the idea of a Hitchcock chat room. I'll keep a look out for one. I'd make one, but I'm working on a new game and a Friday forum.

Posted on Oct 2, 2012 5:44:00 PM PDT
C. J. Vasta says:
After Taylor who's committed

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 36
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 6
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 36
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 32
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

+3 Dial B for Baker

Just think if this new rule change sticks Suspicion could make a big comeback. Anyone a big fan of light-bulbs in glasses of milk and arbitrary happy endings.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 7:49:03 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Oct 2, 2012 7:52:21 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 2, 2012 7:59:27 PM PDT
J. Baker says:
Q,

There is really very little difference between upvoting to a certain destination and doing the +/- thing.
You're right that this method is more *likely* to vault the most popular up first, but not necessarily.
I agree completely that down-voting doesn't mean it's bad or even that you don't like it, all it means at bottom is that we don't like them As Much as what we're + voting.

It would be true to think that my choice to do upvotes only now has something to do with a valued player threatening to leave, but really I'm glad it happened the way it did, because it woke me up to the realization that we would have been better off doing it this way from the get-go, like the Coen brothers' poll.
Jill, you are a valued player as well, and I'd hate to think the rules changed kept one player on and turned another away.

Keeping it upvoting-only also allows for a more positive, chat-friendly thread I've found. Not to beat the horse to severely: like the Coen poll! I really like that thread, and with a director of Hitchcock's popularity, I thought there would be plenty of chances to gain new players and casual posters who just want to share some perspective on the movies.

Suggestions on how to improve the game (scale back down to +2 upvotes to slow it down? Or make the end line 200 points instead?) are encouraged. Just don't ask to return to +/-. I honestly don't see the big deal, why that would bother anyone so much. I see it as potentially very good for the game in the long run.

But it won't be good at all if we lose people like you, Q. Please don't go on account of this. Think it over. I can put it to a vote. But you know, the reason I didn't was because so few people were downvoting here anyway, and I thought that was really cool because it allowed those who hadn't seen certain movies to watch them before they vanished from the surface of the thread!

I gave the extra +3 in the hopes that you guys would spread the affection to some that might otherwise go neglected. Maybe I should make the tweak in the rule that you can't use more than +2 for a single movie? I'm open to any ideas.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 3, 2012 12:36:04 AM PDT
J. Baker says:
After CJ dreaming,
[and after "** Your message will not be posted. Please see our Guidelines regarding objectionable content."]
...

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 39
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 6
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 36
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 32
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

+3: Berths Id - anagram truth ya'll... them feathered flocks are but an expression of the sèxual frustration of modern man, an id unleashed from their own repression. Good pèçkèrs. They'll peck your eyes out.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 3, 2012 1:14:24 AM PDT
Oz le Fou says:
YO! We still watchin' and chattin'!

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 3, 2012 1:16:23 AM PDT
Oz le Fou says:
After good pecker,

The 39 Steps ~ 3
The Birds ~ 39
Blackmail ~ 7
Dial M for Murder ~ 6
Family Plot ~ 7
Foreign Correspondent ~ 9
I Confess ~ 10
Jamaica Inn ~ 4
The Lady Vanishes ~ 10

Lifeboat ~ 6
The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog ~ 9
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) ~ 7
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) ~ 8
Marnie ~ 3
Mr. & Mrs. Smith ~ 3
Murder! ~ 7
North by Northwest ~ 19
Notorious ~ 8
Number 17 ~ 7

The Paradine Case ~ 1
Psycho ~ 36
Rebecca ~ 7
Rear Window ~ 35
Rope ~ 19
Sabotage (1936) ~ 7
Saboteur ~ 15
Secret Agent ~ 6
Shadow of a Doubt ~ 6

Spellbound ~ 10
Stage Fright ~ 7
Strangers on a Train ~ 10
Suspicion ~ 1
To Catch a Thief ~ 9
Topaz ~ 5

The Trouble with Harry ~ 3
Under Capricorn ~ 3
Vertigo ~ 22
The Wrong Man ~ 7
Young and Innocent / The Girl Was Young ~ 16

Plus3 Rear Window
Minus3 Shadow Votes for 'The Trouble With Harry'
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