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Recently, at the Festival della Fantascienza, here in Trieste, I've seen "Triage" and I must say I liked this film a great deal and the role that Sir Christopher Lee plays in this film is very interesting, and as always, he is a great actor.


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Mirella, I have never seen

Mirella,


I have never seen Triage.  I  have to go and rent that movie at a movie rental store and watch it. What year was it made?


Did you see this movie in Italy: The Clone Wars?  It was an animated version of the Star Wars saga.  It is now a t.v. series.  All the children at my child's school watch that series.  My son actually gets very upset, if I forget to tape the series. The people at the network, for some reason, air the series late at night. I don't understand why it comes on late at night, because it is a favorite of children.  The children favor the Count Dooku character.  I think he is badly drawn, and the voice doesn't sound like Christopher Lee.  I have to watch the credits and see who is the voice of the Count.


I volunteer at the school library. The children check out books with the characters in the series. Those books are always checked out of the library. Well, I suppose if it gets them to read, I am all in favor of the books.

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Dear Anna, I really hope that

Dear Anna,


I really hope that you'll be able to see "Triage" soon, as it is a very beautiful and interesting film and Sir Christopher Lee plays a very interesting role. No, I am sorry, I have not seen the film "The Clone Wars", at least, not yet, and I hope to be able to see it soon.


I saw "Triage" at the Festival della Fantascienza, last november, when Sir Christopher Lee came here in Trieste for the Festival, and now Triage is in all the cinemas of Trieste, and I went to see it again.


Mirella Giurco.

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i haven't seen it yet either.

i haven't seen it yet either. buut one film i am dying to see is 1939



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Re: Movie Discussion

Mirella(or to whom it may concern)


I had forgotten all about this movie.  Back in 1998, there was an adaptation of the Odyssey on t.v. in the U.S.A.  Christopher Lee played Tiresius the Blind prophet of Thebes.  Odysseus goes to the underworld and meets with Tiresius, who alone retains the ability to be whole.  It was a fearfully, creepy performance.

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I'm hoping to see this film as soon as posible, but not sure when it is released over here in England.

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Dear Steve,


Do you mean "Triage" I think?  Well, I hope, for you, that "Triage" will be released very soon in England, as it is a very interesting film and Christopher Lee has got a very interesting role, that as always, He plays in an excellent way.

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oh i loved the film 'the odyyessy' or however ya spell it?  sorry for my bad spelling.   i watched it when it 1st aired.  & i have since enjoyed watching it every now & than since. i still haven't seen the other films posted. buut 'the oddyessy'  or however ya spell it? came out here in the states in (1997)



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Anna Liberatore wrote:

Mirella(or to whom it may concern)

I had forgotten all about this movie.  Back in 1998, there was an adaptation of the Odyssey on t.v. in the U.S.A.  Christopher Lee played Tiresius the Blind prophet of Thebes.  Odysseus goes to the underworld and meets with Tiresius, who alone retains the ability to be whole.  It was a fearfully, creepy performance.

 

Bizarre!  I have seen this movie and don't remember him being in it!  Maybe I missed that part.   wink

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Dear Anna,

You ask me what year was TRIAGE made, well it was made in 2008, and it is a very good film and Sir Christopher Lee plays a very interesting role, so I suggest that you try and see it, as it is really worth while seeing.

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TTBoD 40th anniversary.......the ending was a bit of a downer but I like the movie more after repeated viewings.

Also 50th anniversary Village of Damned this month........



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well in 'The Oddyessy"  & sorry for spelling that wrong. he he. i haven't seen it in many years, but i believe it's near the end of the film & he's in maybe 5 minute of the film. & that's pretty much it. my guess he only did one day of shooting for it. 



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I recently purchased "The Odyssey" and "Moulin Rouge" (1952) partly because Sir Christopher is in the cast (and also Peter Cushing in the latter).  I will be looking out for them.  All the best. Andrew.

 

 

 

 

 



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i recently watched a couple more of Mr. Lee's films one i thought was good the other i thought stunk. the 1st one was "Ten Little Indians" where he lent his voice  in the (1965) version that was a good film. a bit slow at first but once it got going it was good. the other was "The Scream of Fear" (1961) 2 early Lee Films. i thought it the film ran too slow. the acting in both film were actually pretty good. so was the direction & so forth. but unlike "Ten Little Indians" which held my attention "Scream of fear" or "Taste of Fear" lacked it. 

 

the ending to me was a surprise to be honest. & that i liked where i was able to say HUH? i'm confused but once it explained itself & it did wonderfully. it made sense. the actor who played the father in it i dunno his name at the moment. he reminded me of "Boris Karloff' whom

 

they SHOULD have cast in this film. the lights or candle when they show him in a couple of scenes were done beautfully. & it reminded me of some of that ole "Karloff"  look that evil look that he gave when he played a villian. anyways, i'm now about to start watching "The Puzzle of the red Orchid" (1962) the german version apparently. thank god for subittles cause i don't know any german. 



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I watched Scream Of Fear last year for the first time. It caought me off gurad the end I liked that very much. It was a very cleaver movie for sure. Makes me think I should watch it again.

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It starred Vannessa Willians as  and Armand Assante. Lee played the blind propet Iresas who warned Oddyseus of the dangers of the Sirens.. It was a small role but masterfully performed by the master of horror



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right, it's just been a long time since i last saw it. good film as well. as for the film i already mentioned it was also a good film. i had to rewind it quite a few times cause they spoke so fast so keeping up with the subtitles was pure hell for me. he he. & i am course am referring to the film

"The Puzzle of the red Orchid" (1962)  that was a good film. it just was a little slow in some spots. & by the way i'm sorry about the 2 different colors here. that came as a surprise to me. cut & paste is what i did. anyways, "Klaus Kinski' looks like the damn devil in this film! i dunno about his other work when he was younger but this is just what it looks like to me. did anyone else enjoy this film?



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Glad to hear you have sceen the movie. I agree it really is a very specail movie and a must see for sure.  It is a must see fore sure not to be missed. Sir Mr Lee is very very wounderfull in the movie.

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yes & it was wonderful having him live through the picture. i wonder how many movies that did happen in? weather he was the good guy or the bad guy. not to many i don't think?



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Captain America is another

Captain America is another great moive which I think will be the greatest hit of this year. Those who love to read comic is eager for the release of this great movie.

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 y ou know i watched 2 films

 y ou know i watched 2 films old ones that looked like "Christopher Lee" films one was called "Lianne: Jungle Godess" from (1956) the only known name in that one is 

at least that i've heard of is "Hardy Kruger" if that's not how you spell his name i'm sorry about that. it's a german film that the dubbing actually wasn't to bad for a change. he he. & a decent movie as well. that looked like a film he could have done back than. another German film that i thought was a bit slow but it was a decent film 

 

was (1967)'s 'The Creature with the Blue Hand" another German film this time with "Klaus Kinski" in a dual role. though he plays a dual role you mostly see him play the good guy in it. that film kinda reminded me of  Mr. Lee's film "The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism" which came out the same year i believe. yes 

 

that films has many titles but that's the ONLY one i could think of.  either way that one is a good one that's also a bit slow but once it gets going it's a good one. 

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