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1920 - a Century Ago Challenge

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In the Year 1920


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Rules:
- A feature film (Anything over 45 minutes) counts as one entry
- A total of 60 minutes of short films count as one entry
- Rewatches are allowed
- Watched in 2019 (Films watched before this thread count too)

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(1917+1919+1920)
RBG 10+0
nimimerkillinen 1+9
PUNQ 7+0
sol 0+6
albajos 3+2
Lilarcor 3



Unchecked 1920 movies - Order by: in # official toplists
Unchecked 1920 movies - Order by: checks
What happened in 1920 (Wikipedia)
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01. Die Puppe (Ernst Lubitsch, Germany) 6 official lists 758 checks
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Will update points once a month
1. Broken Blossom - The girl acted great and couple of good looking close up but thats about it. ~ White man acting asian didnt work at all here imo
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(s1a) Rowdy Ann (Al Christie, USA) 1 official list 150 checks 21min. (21)

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01. Die Puppe (Ernst Lubitsch, Germany) 6 official lists 758 checks

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02. Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (1919) USA 13 official lists 3 195 checks

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01. Die Puppe (Ernst Lubitsch, Germany) 6 official lists 758 checks
(s1a) Rowdy Ann (Al Christie, USA) 1 official list 150 checks 21min. (21)

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1. Blind Husbands - light fave
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2. When the Clouds Roll by - interesting, some pretty surreal moments. partially silly, partially a bit dull

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I'm actually winning this. And I wasn't even trying... :blink:

1. Die Puppe (1919, Ernst Lubitsch)
2. The Oyster Princess (1919, Ernst Lubitsch)
3. Male and Female (1919, Cecil B. DeMille)
4. Blind Husbands (1919, Erich von Stroheim)
5. The Sentimental Bloke (1919, Raymond Longford)
6. Hawthorne of the U.S.A. (1919, James Cruz)

Seen all of those throughout the course of the year for various Official Challenges. Not in that order. That's ranked order of preference.
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sol wrote: December 24th, 2019, 10:39 am I'm actually winning this. And I wasn't even trying... :blink:

1. Die Puppe (1919, Ernst Lubitsch)
2. The Oyster Princess (1919, Ernst Lubitsch)
3. Male and Female (1919, Cecil B. DeMille)
4. Blind Husbands (1919, Erich von Stroheim)
5. The Sentimental Bloke (1919, Raymond Longford)
6. Hawthorne of the U.S.A. (1919, James Cruz)

Seen all of those throughout the course of the year for various Official Challenges. Not in that order. That's ranked order of preference.
:thumbsup: very quiet challenge this year it seems maybe some more action next year

(had a rough year but still time to catch up on the year for couple or a few more)
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nimimerkillinen wrote: December 24th, 2019, 1:50 am 2. When the Clouds Roll by - interesting, some pretty surreal moments. partially silly, partially a bit dull

3. Back to God's Country - some nice nature shots
4. J'Accuse - dont know was i just not in proper mood but was dissapointing but worth watching, rewatch some day
5. True Heart Susie
6. Præsidenten

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2. When the Clouds Roll by - interesting, some pretty surreal moments. partially silly, partially a bit dull
3. Back to God's Country - some nice nature shots
4. J'Accuse - dont know was i just not in proper mood but was dissapointing but worth watching, rewatch some day
5. True Heart Susie
6. Præsidenten
7. The Dragon Painter
8. Madame DuBarry
9.
Back Door 26m
The Hayseed 27m
The Marathon 13m
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