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locovoco's avatar


Move over Clint Eastwood, move over Bruce Willis, move over Arnold Schwarzenegger....best line ever: "Frif Kokain, Schlappschwanz!" or for us English folk: "Eat some cocaine, you limp-dick!"
7 years 3 months ago
Torgo's avatar


Superb! See probably the first supervillain in the history of cinema arise. And what a guy he is: scientist, mafia boss, player and criminal lunatic in one single package.

Don't worry about the length of the film, the 4 1/2 hours are split in two parts and the pace is astoundingly high throughout for a film from 1922. There are even shootouts and an exploding car (!) in the action. What more could you wish for?
8 years 3 months ago
-1flb2-'s avatar


I enjoyed this movie. I was drawn into the movie to see what would happen next. Watched in 2 sittings. Great ending. Probably the first super criminal in cinema.
6 years 11 months ago
Dieguito's avatar


Good one, but way too long..
11 years 2 months ago
tommy_leazaq's avatar


The length was never a issue for me.. Enjoyed every bit of 5 hours
11 years ago
spacew0man's avatar


Absolutely great! Never mind the length, because the movie pulls you right in from the very beginning!
7 years 4 months ago
demagogo's avatar


It's pretty good, indeed, but I'm sure nothing too important would be lost if this one were a couple of hours shorter.
7 years 9 months ago
Aquilla's avatar


Daisyaday put link for the first part, here is for the second.

11 months 2 weeks ago
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11 years 6 months ago
Gershwin's avatar


Damn, how long can a movie get? But pretty good.
11 years ago
daisyaday's avatar


I was astonished when Pesh reported that 100,000 bales of cotton had been ordered. Today a standard cotton bale weighs 500 pounds, but long ago, one weighed 1,000 pounds. It takes a full wagon load of cotton to make one of the modern-sized bales, and about an acre of plants to produce that bale.
10 years 8 months ago
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9 years 11 months ago
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