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Subject: Re: What Movie Traumatized You as a Kid? Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:56 am
To me it kinda started my whole curiosity on the study of occult subject matter.My personal research goes as far back as the age of 12.ONE MORE SCARY ONE WAS THE OMEN FOR ME!..Today i see people finally learning about what i already knew at my young age .This world has a nefarious underlying dark group ....! Thats the creepy reality!
Subject: Re: What Movie Traumatized You as a Kid? Wed Mar 01, 2017 2:22 pm
Maw took me to the big city when I was real little to see one of them moving picture things. Don't recall the exact name but it had some fellers name 3 stooges in it. They gave us some kinda paper glasses to watch it with and then it began. People was running right at me and then some real mean ugly looking guy came right into my face with a knife. Well that was it. I started screaming bloody murder and stained my drawers ever whicha way I could. Maw had to carry me out screaming all the way and I would not let her go back in.
I hate being used- Sold- and especially stabbed for any reason and I have always felt sorry for all the goats and sheep out there let alone the humans that have lost their lives to the cause of sacrifice grrrrrrrrrr Yep as a kid this movie was to real for this boy
The Stooges are private detectives that are hired to track down a kidnapped girl name Mary Bopper (Norma Randall), daughter of George B. Bopper. They decide to trace Bopper back to where she was last seen, which leads them to mad scientist Dr. Jeckyl (Philip Van Zandt) and his assistant, Mr. Hyde (Tom Kennedy). There is also a gorilla kept imprisoned in the house for experimental purposes. The Stooges arrive to rescue the kidnapped girl disguised as door-to door pie salesmen.
Spooks! was the first of two Stooge shorts (the other being Pardon My Backfire) made by Columbia Pictures in 3D, after the 3D craze of 1953 began with Bwana Devil. It originally premiered on May 20, 1953 with the Columbia western Fort Ti (also in 3D).
Thanks to Wiki for the info
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