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Date Posted: 16:48:35 08/01/05 Mon
Author: Lewis H.
Author Host/IP: 192.91.147.35
Subject: Re: I always hated that list.
In reply to: Leoff 's message, "I always hated that list." on 14:52:56 08/01/05 Mon

That just looks like a more realistic list. The absence of any of the Star Wars Episode 1-3 movies improves it 1000%. I had fun seeing them but they aren't in my top 10 movie list.

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[> [> "Birth of a Nation" would be at, or near, the top based on ticket sales, not money. -- wwolfe, 11:42:47 08/02/05 Tue [1] (161.149.63.100)

Given that a movie ticket cost about a dime in 1915, versus ten bucks now, a Top Ten based on money means next to nothing.


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