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John Carpenter's Halloween was inspired by the weird proto slasher Black Christmas, a film about a mysterious killer murdering sorority babes during the holiday break. But relatively few people remember Black Christmas, while Halloween grossed $47 million on a budget of $325,000. That's because A) John Carpenter is a genius and B) Halloween is the only holiday that makes sense for a horror movie.Then there were slashers set during Valentine's Day. It's not a particularly scary holiday (unless you're very, very lonely), but at least it provides a good excuse to focus on that classic slasher trope of teenagers getting naked. April Fool's Day?Paramount PicturesThat whoopee cushion will be the last thing you'll ever hear!Studios Hired Charlie Chaplin Clones To Make Even More Tramp MoviesDo you have a hard time distinguishing between all the buff blond witty Chrises on today's movie scene? Do you find it difficult to track all 37 Hemsworth brothers currently working in Hollywood? It seems that studios not only like movie rehashes, GIORGIO ARMANI but they'd also prefer to keep copies of the same actor too. Just ask Charlie Chaplin.By 1918, Chaplin was the most famous person in the world, and the Tramp was the most beloved fictional character since whatever religious deity you don't believe in. But although he was making as many as six movies a year (check that work ethic, Tom Cruise), distributors felt like there wasn't enough of the man with a small mustache to go around. And since they couldn't make Chaplin do more movies, they decided to simply make more Chaplins.King Bee FilmsNot enough actors are described as "funsters" anymore.Given Chaplin's incredible stardom, there was no shortage of impersonators touring the vaudeville circuit. So instead of negotiating with the real Chaplin, studios would hire these fake Chaplins to make fake Tramp movies. And by far the most successful of those was Billy West, an impersonator whom Chaplin himself supposedly said was almost as good as the real deal. By 1919, West was making up to 15 fake Chaplin movies a year, because it's a lot easier and quicker to shoot a movie someone else had basically done before you.But that doesn't mean West was some a lazy hack. He was dedicated, going so far as to wear curlers and learn to use his less dominant left hand to more closely resemble the star. He also hired Chaplin's own cast and crew whenever they were available, and gave Oliver Hardy (of Laurel and Hardy fame) his first Hollywood break. West's films were such quality homages to Chaplin that many of them still get wrongly listed as actual Chaplin movies.Jaws Unleashed A Whole Aquarium's Worth Of Marine Murder MoviesBarely a year after Jaws came the blatant copycat The Jaws Of Death, a movie about a telepathic serial killer that clearly hoped you stopped reading the poster after the first two words.Canon FilmsAlso that you'd see this poster and still somehow be cool with a movie about sharks as misunderstood victims.In 1977, directors started asking "What else is in water and scary?" A dumb question that brought us movies like Tentacles, a hack job which amazingly stars John Huston and Henry Fonda.American International PicturesMade back in the days before you'd see that title and automatically assume it was anime porn.And it all started with underage New York street toughs.United ArtistsThis was in the days when poor kids had to wrestle all their clothing away from packs of wild dogs.In 1937, Armani Times Hollywood Ruthlessly Beat A Profitable Idea To Death United Artists adapted the hit Broadway play Dead End, about a tough band of city punks who got kicked out of the school of hard knocks for being too rowdy. The studio hired the original Broadway cast, but sold their contracts before the movie was released because the young ruffians method acted too hard and drove a . But it turned out that United Artists were the ones who trucked this deal up, because Dead End was a massive hit. After its box office success, Warner Brothers snapped up the cast, branded them "the Dead End Kids," and launched their own dirty faced franchise.Warner Bros. Shopping Armani With Wholesale Price: http://search.yupoo.org/index.php?keyword=Armani+handbag Tags: #yupoo #Armani #yupoo armani #yupoo search #Yupoo handbag #Yupoo bag #yupoo english #free vector
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