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An Animated Paper Figure is Sherlock Holmes in “The Singular Case of the Plural Green Mustache” (1965) – reviewed by George

This is a short (4:22) animated film with articulated paper figures that can be moved in stop-action technique. It is very funny. It was produced for IBM by Charles and Ray Eames, who I suspect also directed (no directing credit … Continue reading

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Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II (1989) – reviewed by George

The first film opens at the NYC Public Library where a librarian (played by Alice Drummond) goes downstairs into the stacks. As she walks down an aisle of shelved books the books behind her begin to float across the aisle … Continue reading

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Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983) – reviewed by George

For a space fantasy film this has an unusual cast: Peter Strauss, who played the soft brother in Rich Man, Poor Man, Molly Ringwald, from many teen movies, Ernie Hudson, from Ghostbusters I and II, and Andrea Marcovicci from TV … Continue reading

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