Autopsy Video #7

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  1. You two recommended The Towering Inferno wholeheartedly rating this 1974 disaster movie 5 Grey Geeks and I have to say I had my doubts. Like the Beard I had not watched this movie since 1974, that’s 46 years ago. I remember loving it when I saw it with by brother and sisters mostly because it starred two heart throbs: Steve McQueen and Paul Newman. Before I rewatched the movie I worried that I wouldn’t get past those horrible 70s clothes and movie sets. (Yes! I’m superficial that way!) Never you mind— this movie delivers on all levels just as you said! Watching this movie based on your recommendations and viewer insights was like watching it for the very first time. I noticed and noted the opening credits and observed the two stars’ names. I also noticed that even the movie title was a combination of two fonts- I guess as a physical representation of the two distinct novels. This movie was filled with an all star cast, tons of dram and action and the special effects have withstood the test of time. You’ve done it again Mustache and Beard! (Clap, clap, clap, clap …Standing ovation!)

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  2. As you might have noticed, on my most recent post, The Towering Inferno is my number one disaster movie. Clearly, I think it still holds up, despite the very 70’s context. Love that you saw the movie through a distinct lens from what you had seen it before and that it helped to birth in you a new appreciation for the movie. I won’t be so arrogant as to bow, but I will tip my hat in acknowledgment of your kindness. Thank you. I’m glad you liked the movie.

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