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Date: 18 Apr 2000
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Murder My Sweet, The thin Man Series, and any other whodunit murder that William Powell did, as well as any Movie William Powell did with Myrna Loy. The new Movies are only window dressing to hide his infatuation for B and W murder mysteries. Forget Bogey or even John Grisham. He was a cross between William Powell and Dick Powell from Murder My Sweet. I bet he was also an Erle Stanley Gardner file. I am sure I missed this before, but just to be sure I watche Naked Gun 1 and Naked Gun 2 and 1/2 yesterday. You know the part where they found Norberg in the ocean and they had a drawing of a man on the water done in what appeared to be shaving cream? This appears to be the position Nicole was in except her face was turn to cause the blood to bleed out. I am about convinced that this guy worked on this for years and years, we all know this. Meeting them started this for Furhman. The first Naked Gun movie started his rage and desire to do something about it knowing O.J. Simpson was the target because he already had it in mind. Today I watched Shadow Of The Thin Man. You have to see the sight gags to see it. Me telling will do nothing. Star of Midnight is also one as well as the entire Thin Man as I said. The Big Clock. Anything from the new movies were something he needed to make it work so he watched remakes hoping for the contempory upgrade so the tie in wouldn't be so obvious. I think he was then approached to do the hit from several sources. Can you imagine how this had to have blown him away, he was planning to do it, and then several people ask him to. Imagine their <those who paid> surprise the next morning when their messages from the killings don't hit anyone, O.J. Simpson hget's blamed. All the killings afterwards of deputies and citizens close to the case, all fit in with those old blacke and White Movies, especially the funny ones. I have four of the Hildegarde movies. Watch them and you'll really be surprised. The thing about Furhman, old B&W movies <forgive the racism in this statement as it has to be said this way> The blacks play the roles that people like Furhman feel they belong in if not worse. I don't think that way, but once I made myself think like Furhman, I knew newer movies wouldn't work except for window dressing as a red herring. You could not get the originality of this murder from remakes or today's working population and how people are treated. The old fashioned hit over the head and no retribution from the neighborhoods comes from the old B&W's. Yes, Mr this, and No Mr. That, is just not today's ,movies. You may be able to come forward to the sixties, but still the bad guy was still almost always white. He might get his ideas of framing and such but the movie angles comes mostly from the oldies. The new films just helped him not tip off the world. This is probably how they picked up so fast that Furhman was in on it. His old fashioned climb the wall tactics. I even wonder if some of his stuff doesn't come from that guy, I think his name was James Gleason??? He did the Hildegarde Movies. This covers the gender bias of Furhman quite nicely. Especially I think it is the Penguin Murders, where even though she has outsmarted him at every turn, she gets to make him a breakfast fit for a king. You may have an entire new book, and just show how thye LAPD hasn't changed because they use William Powell and Hildegarde Movies as training tapes. :):):) Just joking of course.
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