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Indestructible Man(1956)

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  • Teaching Man, Dick Chasen

    • GypsyPi3000
    • 5/11/13

    The indestructible man, The Butcher, is obviously the star of this movie. Lon Chaney, Jr. plays the finest indestructible man I've ever seen. Primarily, because of his amazing closeups. They really stood out to me, so much so, I found myself staring in the mirror trying to imitate him. Well, I am no Chaney for sure. I couldn't get my under-eye circles to twitch even once, and forget about getting every pore on my head to exude sweat. So, I turned my thoughts to someone more destructible - Lt. Dick Chasen. And wow, what a treasure trove I found. During this film I learned a lot from Dick Chasen. He's kind of like a quiet hero even though he is the narrator. On the surface, Dick Chasen just teaches us how to nab bad guys by not really doing much of anything. But, with Dick Chasen's typical understated style, he gives us a few more life tips. Nobody can say Dick Chasen is afraid to walk around with stupid black smudges on his face. And while that may seem trivial, it sure makes me feel better when I think about all the times I've been smiling at work with spinach stuck in my teeth. Dick Chasen then kicks it up a notch by asking his boss for a vacation in one of the smoothest manners I've seen. Dick: "Say, how 'bout that time off I've got coming?" Boss: "48 hours starting right now." Wow, if only. Dick Chasen now moves on to show guys how to properly get a girl to marry him. First, he somehow goes to the girl's boss and gets her fired without her knowing. Now, I am a little fuzzy on how Dick Chasen went about doing this. But, since this is man stuff, I won't worry my pretty little head about it. Next, Dick sticks with his low-profile-burgers-in-a-car date to tell his intended he got her fired today. Now, this is where Dick Chasen works his true magic. As the girl feels a surge of panic, Dick comes to her rescue by pronouncing, "Being my wife will take up all of your time." Girl's response: "Even if I wanted to say no, I couldn't." You just can't beat that!!!

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