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The Hoodlum(1919)

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  • Another Fabulous Silent

    • Andy Moursund
    • 11/18/10

    On one level The Hoodlum is a rather formulaic Hollywood melodrama, but to the 21st century eye it goes way beyond that. The studio re-creation of the Lower East Side slums, complete with insects crawling all over infants while they sleep, and street vendors shouting in Yiddish, is a bit like watching a film dramatization of Jacob Riis's How The Other Half Lives, with an adorable craps-shooting tomboy (Pickford) and a Charles Coburn precursor (her grandfather) thrown in for good measure. A sheer delight from beginning to end.

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    • classic watcher
    • 11/15/10

    Very good movie I really like the part where the cops are chasing Amy and when the motorcycle cop wrecks he runs to the bushes and pulls out a cell phone what a real classic it goes to show that cell phones have been around a long time and the scene where Amy's grandpa is sleeping in the chair and the baseball game is playing in the background like it is his dream such great technology for 1919

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