Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for January 31, 2020

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    meg_grif  about 4 years ago

    Oscar Peyrou sounds more like a poster critic than a film critic to me.

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    Templo S.U.D.  about 4 years ago

    where can one find and read that article about writer’s block?

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    Bilan  about 4 years ago

    Peyrou must be the reason Pedro Almodóvar is so successful in Spain.

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    jasonsnakelover  about 4 years ago

    Poscar Eyrou Isn’t that a bit like judging a book by its cover?

    Take care and may God bless.

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    wjones  about 4 years ago

    Was writers block a number one seller?

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    Gent  about 4 years ago


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    jbrobo Premium Member about 4 years ago

    I got nothin…..

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    DavidMagoon1  about 4 years ago

    It’s a good thing Loveable Truly (Linus the Lionhearted) is a cartoon character.

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    khmo  about 4 years ago

    Heck of an analyst -posters only? Hope no one pays him for that.

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    Technicholls  about 4 years ago

    The mailman (Mr. Beasley) in the Blondie movies wore a uniform. They were produced in 1938 – 41.

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    TMR  about 4 years ago

    It might have been illegal to wear a postal worker’s uniform, but did they abide by that law? I’m sure I’ve seen many a postal worker in uniform in movies before 1967. (“It’s A Wonderful Life” is an early one that comes to mind).

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    Dean  about 4 years ago

    Perhaps they got around the law by using real postal workers instead of actors.

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    joefearsnothing  about 4 years ago

    How about “the mailman always rings twice”?

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    artegal  about 4 years ago

    Oscar Peyrou: That has to be the dumbest way of doing one’s job I’ve ever heard of.

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    Ricky Bennett  about 4 years ago

    It was illegal for actors to wear a postal worker’s uniform because people were afraid they’d go postal…

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    Russell Bedford  about 4 years ago

    Before being reorganized as the United States Postal Service by Richard Nixon’s administration; The United States Post Office was, under the Post Master General, considered to be a civilian Uniformed Service of the United States Government. Even the mail boxes in that movie and television era were depicted in a different color scheme and with different labeling than what was on the authorized USPO boxes.

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    craigwestlake  about 4 years ago

    And he critiques books by carefully studying the dust jackets…

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