First Film that comes to mind...

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Orca

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When in doubt, have another one.
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Pixote (the main character has a nightmare where they are running naked and the picture is on all the cover art for the film. Unfortunately one can’t get it out of their head after seeing it)

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White Shadows of the South Seas (1928)

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Chicago 1930 ; illustration from the paperback book jacket of The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, published 1953
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Nostos Il Ritorno (based on Books 5 and 6 of Homer’s Odyssey)

Next: musical mixed with a tonally dissident genre
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LostHorizons wrote: June 11th, 2024, 2:47 am Next: musical mixed with a tonally dissident genre
Just Imagine (1930), a science fiction musical

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Heat Lightning ('34)

-an exceptional film addition to a series
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The Scarlet Claw.

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Mario’s death while fishing in Night Porter

Next: full of hot air
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LostHorizons wrote: June 13th, 2024, 2:29 am Next: full of hot air
The Dark Horse

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Gabriel Over The White House

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All About Eve ('50)

n: a quest
Chicago 1930 ; illustration from the paperback book jacket of The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, published 1953
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What's Up Tiger Lily? (1966) [The quest for a recipe for egg salad. "It is written who makes the best egg salad shall rule over heaven and earth. Don't ask me why egg salad. I've got enough aggravation."]

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Clash of the Titans

-a poignant farewell at a train station
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Make Way for Tomorrow (!937)

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Deliverance

n: arrival or departure of a cruise ship
Chicago 1930 ; illustration from the paperback book jacket of The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, published 1953
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