|Shanghai Tippytap - 2010-08-12 |
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-08-12 |
Dude, I just totally saw an ankle.
Ankle? I didn't even see a wrist!
|kennydra - 2010-08-12 |
Ok that preload image is going to get me fired*.
*who am i kidding, i don't have a job!
|augias - 2010-08-12 |
Go call on the apothecary, Ezra, and take these farthings with you; I believe I am coming down with the vapors.
|StanleyPain - 2010-08-12 |
Can you imagine how mindblowing this must have been in 1898? This would have been, like, the Avatar of those days.
This film was a very early example of editing different scenes into a cinematic work, and includes one of the earliest shots of the technique called "phantom ride".
Unfortunately this filth proved so successful with the savage lower classes that copycat films were made, so utterly obscene that I can barely describe their content in words...
"A rather different jest was developed for pretty much the same scenario in What Happened in the Tunnel (1903) when the masher finds he's kissed entirely the wrong woman while in the dark of the tunnel, or Love in a Railroad Train; aka, Love in a Train (1902) in which train comes back into the light revealing to the masher that he's kissing not the nanny, but the behind of the baby she cares for."
|Comeuppance - 2010-08-12 |
She's faking it.
That totally kills it for me.
|fourthguy - 2010-08-13 |
|mashedtater - 2010-08-13 |
That...that Mark Twain is taking such liberties with that lady!
Rest assured, the good lord would not let such a temptresses digressions go unpunished, and only a few years later she met with a grisly end. :P
Mrs. George Albert Smith
Mary Jane's Mishap (1903)
|fluffy - 2010-08-13 |
Oh my, I am being overcome by the vapors!
|Sphinx - 2010-08-13 |
|memedumpster - 2010-08-13 |
Sodom on the Rails, brought to you by the Devil's Tool.
|Udderdude - 2010-08-13 |
That's so quaint.
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