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  1. Based on the comments in this thread, it seems like we have a unanimous agreement to watch 49th Parallel next. Accordingly, I'm starting a thread; discussion can/will begin on 1-July. In the meantime, here's the IMDB page and two essays to get us started, both from Criterion: "49th Parallel: The War Effort" By Charles Barr "49th Parallel" By Bruce Eder I'll poke around and see what else I can come up with around the time discussion starts. The movie isn't included with the Criterion Collection on Hulu, but it is on Amazon US (as well, of course, as existing on DVD), so it shouldn't be too hard to track down. I'm also seeing it on YouTube with the claim that it's in public domain, though whether that's true is more than I can say. Looking forward to discussing this one with you guys; I've had a copy since Peter mentioned it a while back in the thread on WWII films, but I've not watched it (which is actually one of the reasons I'm thrilled that this one got the consensus). Here's the trailer:
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