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locovocoMove 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!"
TorgoSuperb! 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?
-1flb2-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.
DieguitoGood one, but way too long..
tommy_leazaqThe length was never a issue for me.. Enjoyed every bit of 5 hours
spacew0manAbsolutely great! Never mind the length, because the movie pulls you right in from the very beginning!
demagogoIt's pretty good, indeed, but I'm sure nothing too important would be lost if this one were a couple of hours shorter.
AquillaDaisyaday put link for the first part, here is for the second.
GershwinDamn, how long can a movie get? But pretty good.
daisyadayI 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.