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  1. Heck even Jethro Tull condoned “Living in the Past.” But yeah, there is really no question that the gritty noirs of the 30’s and 40’s was far more cognizant of the social issues than fantasy and action crazed Hollywood, who have only the box office potential in mind. Great Polonsku lead-in there. To some extent Kazan’s ON THE WATERFRONT can also be envisoned with that scenario.

    Anyway, a fabulous post.

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