Firearms For Fun and Profit: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Aug. 2019 Edition, Vol. .38 Caliber

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    Let us consider, for a moment,  the strained logic inherent in the Constitutional inalienable right to be contrary, hypocritical and downright stupid in certain assertions of what defines responsible conduct (not to mention what you can get away with with the backing of several managers, press agents, paid lackeys and a studio more concerned with award season statues than legal statutes) in regards to the proper function, intentions and usage of firearms by private citizens as prescribed in the 2nd Amendment (heretofore referenced as the 2nd Suggestion) as depicted by that most public exemplar of ludicrous misconduct-  the pacifist Hollywood film industry  -who best demonstrate their persistence of gratuitous moral hypocrisy by prolifically producing cinema efforts aligned with that which is unquestionably their favorite genre form: How to Kill Your Fellow Man (or, to comply with local Oregonian pronoun ordinances: How to Kill Compatible Carbon-Based Life Forms). And with that introductory contempt we bring you yet another episode of America’s most misunderstood regularly scheduled source of harmful but effervescent propaganda, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you during this and every other lunar phase by those wonderful folks who distribute SKITTLES, America’s favorite breakfast candy and most frequent substitute for American produced contraceptive pills exported over the Canadian border. In this edition we celebrate the unspoken but obvious secret fraternity between a publicly Guns & Ammo critical motion picture industry and their most advantaged recipient of what can only be described as fortuitous ancillary advertisement: the NRA (though not inclusive of former spokesperson Dana Loesch who lost considerable credibility when she began a campaign to force-feed America a steady diet freeze dried beet crystals). Each of the following twenty five images depicts Hollywood’s vision of civil society, pump action-style. Your task is to identify all twenty five images (correctly would be preferable) and let us know the results. (Otherwise, it’s a fruitless enterprise and will only lead to frustration and eventual insanity.) The first to correctly identify all twenty five images will receive the much discussed but banned in thirty two countries CSR Culture Shock Award. Good luck.

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1 Response to Firearms For Fun and Profit: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Aug. 2019 Edition, Vol. .38 Caliber

  1. beetleypete says:

    OK, I am feeling wide awake, and haven’t had any wine! Here goes…

    01 Man Hunt (Great Fritz Lang film)
    02 Hard Times ( A guess, but I know it’s Aldo Ray)
    03 Rope
    04) My Darling Clementine
    05) The Russians Are Coming
    06) Foxy Brown (Guess, but it is Pam Grier!)
    07) Nightfall (Aldo Ray again)
    08) St Valentine’s day Massacre
    09) No- too dark.
    10) No idea
    11) Targets (Saw that at the cinema)
    12) Hang ‘Em High
    13) Walking Tall
    14) Appaloosa (Got that on DVD)
    15) The Parallax View (Saw that at the cinema)
    16) Abraham Lincoln (The D W Griffith film, from 1930)
    17) A Christmas Story (Hard to believe I have actually seen that film!)
    18) Panic In The Streets (That was on TV last week)
    19) No idea
    20) Calamity Jane
    21) Joe
    22) Thieves Like Us
    23) King of New York (I had that on VHS)
    24) Bend of The River
    25) Dillinger (That’s a guess at the film with Warren Oates)

    Not great. Three no ideas and a few guesses.
    I did my best professor, honest! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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