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October 1998, Week 4


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JEFFREY STRASBURG <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 23 Oct 1998 08:00:16 -0700
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At this early hour of the morning, the only example that comes to mind is
Danny Devito's WAR OF THE ROSES -- while Michael Douglas's "heart attack"
turns out to be something more in the way of an ulcer, it certainly serves
as a pivotal point in the film.
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        "The only way to teach these people is to kill them."
                                        --David Mamet, _American Buffalo_
On Sun, 18 Oct 1998, Angel Comas wrote:
> As a writer and journalist  I am  preparing a book on: infarcts in the
> movies. My aim is to write about films in which collpase, heart attacks
> and sudden
> death  have an importance in the plot.
> I am asking for suggestions. Thank you very much.
> Angel Comas - Barcelona- Spain
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