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January 30, 2008


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ILoz Zoc

Hi Bob,
You bring up a really great point: "his insights lead you back to familiar pictures with fresh perspectives." I found myself watching Son of Frankenstein again just to see Lionel Atwill's Inspector Krogh performance. The book is filled with insights that make you want to go back and watch the actor, and realize how much it adds to the film's success.

Robert Tinnell

What a pleasure to see Mark's book get some well-deserved discussion. To be honest, when he first told me he was writing this I was a little unsure of the subject matter - I guess I just couldn't see it. But boy, after reading it did my opinion change. In a world of sound bites and ad nauseum plot regurgitations, Mark really gives the reader something to think about. Best of all, his insights lead you back to familiar pictures with fresh perspective. Thanks, John, for spreading the word.


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