EYE-BALL MovieZone – Index of “You-Tube” Scene Uploads

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EYE-BALL MovieZone Index of
“You-Tube” SCENE Movie Uploads –
EYE-BALL MovieZoneThis EYE-BALL MovieZone page provides You-Tube uploaded links to Classic scenes from Movies.

These scenes reflect and resonate so many of the human emotions we all face on a day to day basis – love, betrayal, morality, corruption, deception, lies, and the best and worst of the human instinct.These captured scenes create a moment – a passage of time and that memory stays with you forever.

The index list of scenes is being added to on a regular basis and you are invited to visit as often as you please – some of these scenes will have an impact – but please if you find them appropriate and enjoy the experience – tell your friends – perhaps they would like a fix of fantasy and reality all mixed in together.

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You-Tube Uploaded Links:

1942 – “Kings Row”

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  • Link to Wikipedia Movie Information
  • Link to EYE-BALL MovieZone You-Tube upload – File Size=29KB
  • In this clip – from the 1943 nominated Oscar Movie – Kings Row – the word “bellyache” is used to describe the depressive issues that were infecting the world at the time (1942). I ask that you pause for a moment and ponder how weakened man has become within his environment to deal with what life often offers up … do you think this weakness is a result of the luxuries modernisation has contributed?

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1943 – “The Ox-Bow Incident”

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  • Link to Wikipedia Movie Information
  • Link to EYE-BALL MovieZone You-Tube upload – File Size=34.5KB
  • In this clip – from the 1944 nominated Oscar Movie – “The OX Bow Incident” – there has just been a lynching of innocent men – Henry Fonda’s character reads from a letter of one of the men who had just been hung … it’s powerful drama and worthy of a measure of human acknowledgment in how we deal with things that bother our conscience …

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1943 – “Watch on the Rhine”

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  • Link to Wikipedia Movie Information
  • Link to EYE-BALL MovieZone You-Tube upload File Size=11KB
  • In this clip is from an epic movie about the struggle against Fascism during the 1930′s – the main plot concerns how a Romanian Ambassador and Nazi sympathiser uses his contacts to trade information about others to advance his own financial position – in effect it is about human betrayal and how during a time when the World was dealing with the German ascendency and its intimidation being imposed on neighbouring Nations – it portrays the strength within men to fight against what they know to be evil – and the weakness of men too scared to stand against what they know to be a wrong …

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1968 – “The Shoes of the Fisherman”

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  • Link to Wikipedia Movie Information
  • Link to EYE-BALL MovieZone You-Tube upload – two (2) uploads – File Sizes = 108KB & 65KB
  • The clip presented below touched me in many ways – in a world where unless you’re divorced at least once you are unfashionable – this clip portrays a powerful scene where a woman speaks with a priest – except he is just not a priest.  They talk of problems within a marriage and the simplicity of the Priests response may save many marriages if husband and wife soul searched what they truly feel toward one another.

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2004-08 – TV Series “Boston Legal” – Season 1 – E06 – Scene 1 and 2 …

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  • Link to Wikipedia TV Series Information
  • Link to EYE-BALL MovieZone You-Tube upload – two (2) uploads – File Sizes = 28KB & 38KB
  • The two clips presented give examples of the voyeurism and fantasy world we all try to live in when we need happiness.   James Spader is a very gifted actor and his role as Alan Shore was a career defining role.  The TV series was a big winner and ended with poor ratings – but having watched the series three times – it only gets better every time …

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