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 Posted: Sat Jul 13th, 2013 06:36 pm
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Yep.. The wife and I saw it last Sunday morning. What can I say we're cheap. Anyway, we generally smiled or laughed through th whole thing. I didn't pay too much attention to the trains beyond the action of the movie itself. It's definitely a worthwhile ticket.



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My Favs in order;
Emperor of the North
The Train
Breakheart Pass



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Buster Keaton in The General.



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jtrain wrote: I love watching what that man can do with a crow on his head.Is that
"I love watching what that man can do - with a crow on his head."
or
"I love watching what that man can - do with a crow - on his head."
or both?



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Kitbash0n30 wrote: Buster Keaton in The General.
I totally forgot about that one! It's one of my favorites as well.:doh:



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OR-

Helping my brother jack, off his horse--
Helping my brother jack off his horse--

Oh geez-- now the Mod's gonna get me- have pity, Woodie!


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Heath wrote: The General" 1926 I think with Buster Keaton. Beautiful 4-4-0 and early rolling stock, and yes it's funny also.Yes, with Buster. Borrowed it from the local library. Now I want to do a Civil War era layout... Jose.



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Herb Kephart wrote: OR-

Helping my brother jack, off his horse--
Helping my brother jack off his horse--

Oh geez-- now the Mod's gonna get me- have pity, Woodie!


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The correct way would be, just to show the importance of capitalizing the proper way:
Helping my brother Jack  off his horse--
Helping my brother jack off his horse--
Jose.



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The train stopped in the middle of the forest to let the Lumberjack off.

 

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The train stopped in the middle of the forest to let the Lumberjack off.

(I think it was a Shay) 

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