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screencap Friday: what the flick? #75

Friday fun! Here’s a screen capture from one of the DVDs in my collection (and it’s definitely from a movie, not a TV show). Guess the movie for fun and, well, fun. No prizes, just bragging rights. But hey: one guess per comment — no fair hogging all the guesses.

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  • AJS-DC

    Kill Bill

  • Joel

    The Third Man.

  • Eric

    Dead Again?

  • Kenny

    Oohh.. we had some easy ones.. but now I think MAJ is showing us who’s boss.

    Ummm.. Some like it Hot,.. just because it looks like it maybe a man in drag.

  • doa766

    the hate?

  • Anne-Kari

    Ed Wood? nah that’s too damn easy…

  • Ide Cyan

    Mystery Men?

  • doa766

    shindler’s list?

  • Gia

    American History X?

  • The Man Who Wasn’t There.

  • Jan Willem

    All About Eve?

  • Chris


  • MaryAnn

    Kenny is closest… but still cold.

  • Victor Plenty

    The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert? (Hoping this guess is wrong, because I’ve only read about that movie, and if this is right I’ll feel morally obligated to finally make time to see it.)

  • Mephisto. (Another film I only heard about but I need to see someday. Apparently there’s a trend here…)

  • Karen P

    Crying Game?

  • MaryAnn

    Still no winners.

    Here’s a hint: the film is from the era when many movies were in black and white, not as necessarily an artistic thing (in the same way not NOT making a movie in 3D IMAX today is not necessarily an artistic decision).

  • bitchen frizzy

    I’ll guess Grand Hotel.

  • Patrick

    I am finding this one particularly frustrating because I KNOW it is a film I have seen, but I cannot get my brain to cooperate. What is it?

  • Jan Willem

    Second try: Sunset Blvd. (as in: also by Billy Wilder)

  • MaryAnn

    Nope, all wrong.

    Since this week’s screencap has already been guessed, I’ll reveal this one: *Strangers on a Train.*

  • Patrick

    I knew I had seen the film, but now I feel REALLY stupid. For many years much of the imagery in my artwork was derived from stills and frame grabs from Hitchcock films.

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