Another Top 5 segment from The MacGuffin. This time Allen and Ed share their top 5 formative films.
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My top five formative films in no particular order:
Perils of Pauline (1947)
The Legend of Hell House
North By Northwest
Local Hero I have revisited a lot of times over the years. That’s a good one. Also, Midred Pierce taught me why Joan Crawford was a big deal.
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