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This week we are watching #StrangersOnATrain in the meantime you can check out our #BladeRunner2049 episode up now! #RewatchersOnThePod #ApplePodcasts #Spotify


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Strangers on a Train

Éramos os únicos turistas naquelas carruagens. Imprevisível saber o que pode acontecer nessa situação: brincas e aparvalhas com uma criança de 3 anos enquanto a mãe prepara folhas de banana com caril, arroz e kappa para o manjar igualitário da larga família que faz a travessia até Ernakulam; ris-te com um grupo de juniores que te tentam explicar os snacks e iguarias que compraste ao senhor que entrou pelo comboio adentro para alimentar os viajantes e amealhar umas rupias; conheces um pokemon raro do subcontinente, sob a forma de um indiano que odeia cricket e adora ténis, fazendo jornadas propositadas à Austrália para ir ver o torneio do Grand Slam; surpreendes-te com um jovem que ao saber que és português clama bem alto o nome do Eusébio.

Um punhado de euros é o que custa um bilhete para que da estranheza se obtenha familiaridade. No final, os comboios da Índia são mais uma pequena lembrança das coisas que têm um valor muito mais elevado que o seu preço.

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🗣 “Hate makes you impotent, Love makes you crazy. Somewhere in the middle you can survive”.
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🗓#ThrowMommaFromTheTrain was released #OnThisDay 1️⃣9️⃣8️⃣7️⃣.
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🎥 A classic tale of a bitter ex-husband and a momma’s boy who team up to ’take care of’ each other’s problems. What could possibly go wrong?!?!
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🚂 Directed by AND starring #DannyDevito, the film also featured #BillyCrystal, #AnneRamsey, #KateMulgrew, #RobReiner, #KimGeist and even #OprahWinfrey!⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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🚞 The film parodies the thriller genre and is a brilliant comedic remake of #Hitchcock’s #StrangersOnATrain.
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👩‍👦#JohnCandy and #JoePesci were considered for the role of Owen, but Danny DeVito decided to play the role himself.
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✍️ #TomHanks, #BillMurray, and #RobinWliams were considered for the role of Larry Donner.
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🍿 This is one of my favorite scenes! Are there any that stand out to you? 💭.
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#80smovie #80smovies #ilovethe80s #ilove80s #xennial #xennials #fannypack #lasvegaspodcast #podcast🎧 #podcastersofinstagram #podcastersofig #lasvegaslocal #vegaslocal #lasvegaslocals


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2019 in my Spotify-life shows that I refuse to stop exploring new bands. That I have a soft spot for #thecadillacthree , #jtex , #strangersonatrain and... that I will never leave #nickcaveandthebadseeds 😍


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Kasey Rogers and Robert Walker in Strangers on a Train, 1951
Alfred Hitchcock bought the rights to the original novel anonymously to keep the price down, and got them for just seven thousand five hundred dollars.


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Su cartelera de cine del ayer presenta: Un día como hoy - 7 de diciembre - pero de 1951, se estrenaba en el cine Alameda de la ciudad de México la película de Alfred Hitchcock "Strangers on a Train", que se conoció en nuestro país con el título "Pacto Siniestro". Duraría dos semanas en cartelera. #strangersonatrain #alfredhitchcock #alfredhitchcockmovies #farleygranger #ruthroman #robertwalker #mexicanlobbycard #carteleradelayer


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From watching #strangersonatrain to rescuing a mischievous cat from deep inside a television cabinet #patriciahighsmith @alfredhitchcockofficial #russianblue #cats #catsofinstagram


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After a much too long break, the study of Hitchcock for @theshamleysilhouette resumes. Tonights feature:

The happenings on a train once more kick Hitch into a new career phase. Taking from Patricia Highsmith’s novel a story of deadly consequences from a slight toe tap, it is a picture that kicks further down the well of twisted souls from what seems of personal gain woven into the inherent nature of a mad man. In ways it feels as an elaboration on Shadow of A Doubt while propelling further the realms of Psycho and Frenzy. The downward spiral of Guy at the hands of the brutality of Bruno. A tale that only can happen in STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. #AlfredHitchcock #TheShamleySilhouette #StrangersOnATrain #FarleyGranger #RobertWalker


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After a much too long break, the study of Hitchcock for @theshamleysilhouette resumes. Tonights feature:

The happenings on a train once more kick Hitch into a new career phase. Taking from Patricia Highsmith’s novel a story of deadly consequences from a slight toe tap, it is a picture that kicks further down the well of twisted souls from what seems of personal gain woven into the inherent nature of a mad man. In ways it feels as an elaboration on Shadow of A Doubt while propelling further the realms of Psycho and Frenzy. The downward spiral of Guy at the hands of the brutality of Bruno. A tale that only can happen in STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. #AlfredHitchcock #TheShamleySilhouette #StrangersOnATrain #FarleyGranger #RobertWalker


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Some fantastic lots have gone under the hammer today, including a number a classic Hitchcock film posters. .
This British Quad poster for Strangers on a Train (1951), starring Farley Granger and Ruth Roman, sold for a hammer price of £2,800 this afternoon.
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Masters Showcase: Alfred Hitchcock

The big kahuna himself! Now, I know that you know that I could go on for far too long talking about Mr. Hitchcock and his films. And I'm sure many of you know all about his legacy on cinema, and so, for these reasons, I will try to keep it relatively brief here.

The 'Master of Suspense' is one of the clear pioneers of modern cinema. Although I previously mentioned that Kubrick was the father of the blockbuster, Hitch was arguably the father of the smash-hits (yes, I'm using that as a technical term here). Unlike any previous director, swathes and swathes of people would rush out to see every new film that Mr. Hitchcock made making him an undeniable Hollywood sensation. And for good reason! Throughout the 30's-60's, Hitch really did reinvent the filmgoing experience, changing the medium to a more exciting and plot-driven experience. One of his greatest legacies, was how he was able to craft and build suspense throughout films and sequences using new and innovative film techniques in an era where there was still heavy censorship for films (no violence, no nudity, no "immorality"). Take one of his most famous scenes as an example: in Psycho's infamous shower scene, Hitch utilized Eisenstein's classic montage theory to create one of the scariest scenes of all-time. Sure, the incredible score helped with it, but, if you watch closely, you will notice that at no point is there any 'true violence'; the film never shows the knife actually contacting Janet Leigh's Marion Crane. It is in the juxtaposition of fast-cutting disparate images that creates the plot sequence in the viewer's mind, which is that Marion is being murdered (in terrifying fashion, no less). This really is one small example of Hitch's incredible talent and auteurship. On top of his famous thrillers, Hitchcock also had great success in dramas, romances, true horrors (though The Birds is a tad dated now...), as well, he had a strong grasp on comedy that he infused into all of the above genres. For all that he gave to cinema he is undoubtedly one of the all-time masters.

1. Rear Window (1954)
2. Vertigo (1958)
3. Psycho (1960)
4. North By Northwest (1959)
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Drew this guy last week Thursday; think he was in his late thirties but he really had these deep sunken lines. But I feel like he was a builder, cause I feel like he had these really builderish type trousers. Sadly that is all I can remember about him. #soat #centrallinetube #sketch #strangersonatrain


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Im going backwards this week; so caught this guy on a monday. I got on at mile end and he got off at stratford. So this is half finished but I didn’t want to finish it without looking at him. But he was with a friend or colleague from work I believe. #centrallinetube #sketch #soat #strangersonatrain


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Latest stranger; drew on the way to uni instead today cause I loved the way this guy was sleeping. He was wearing a stoney hat (Stone Island), these nike shoes I was envious of and this huge black fanny pack. I think he was in his late twenties possibly due to not that many age marks or lines and his sense of fashion. He got on at Leytonstone and I have no idea where he got off but somewhere between oxford circus and Eailing Broadway, since I got off the train. #centrallinetube #soat #sketch #strangersonatrain


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1951 Supporting Actor: Robert Walker 6 Votes 4 Abstain #robertwalker #strangersonatrain #hitchcock


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When it’s your best friend’s 50th birthday, so you ambush his Metro North ride home. Alles alles gute, @swanwashere. You don’t remember Paris, hon, but it remembers you. #oldman #strangersonatrain


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“Touching strangers on trains” @jamiezhu #strangersonatrain #funnycunt


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