Favorite Horror Films 7/18
The Man Who Laughs (1928) dir. by Paul Leni [x]
"A king made me a clown! A queen made me a Peer! But first, God made me a man!"
Lord Loxley - Aidan McArdle #Mr.Selfridge #Selfridge
Poirot - Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case
I’d like to present to you the scenes that had me balling my eyes out because my favourite detective. The one I have grown up with my whole life, the show I have watched longer then any other, had just died/ ended.
The look on Captain Hasting’s face as he see Poirot lying there & that last look at the camera with his signature was an emotionally beautiful ending.
Well done David Suchet, you did everything perfectly
The final confrontation scene between Poirot and the villain was brilliant and wonderfully acted .
I saw him fall for a long way. Then he struck a rock, bounded off, and splashed into the water… I am not a fanciful person, but I give you my word that I seemed to hear Moriarty’s voice screaming at me out of the abyss. - SH, The Empty House.
From The Phantom of the Opera (1925).
Last Saturday of Carnival.
A perfect view of the balance between chaos and order within an operating room.
behind the scene 1925
OMG Rose’s face though!
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There is nothing better to begin with, as the wonderful opening of the Granada Sherlock Holmes Show.
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