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Friday, July 6, 2012

The Trap

Today, I’m posting my late cousin, George C. Hull’s silent movie, The Trap. So when you all have time, please watch it. Just click on the link below that says The Trap. This should take you to the movie. It’s about 45 minutes long.

This morning I had a dentist appointment. I need like three fillings and a mouth guard for TMJ. Yikes! And I have to get ready for work.

You all have a great day and weekend!

Shelly

The Trap

35 comments:

  1. I'll have to watch this one later on!

    Never fun having a dentist appointment...

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    1. Actually, I hate going to the dentist.

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  2. No way could I sleep with a mouth guard in. *gag*

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    1. Tonja:

      Right now, I use a mouth guard from Wal Greens. It keeps me from clenching my teeth.

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  3. Good luck at the dentist and I'll be watching it later as well. Sounds omnious!

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    1. Silent movies are cute. They've got dramatic make-up and expressions.

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  4. Wish I could watch, ut with my slow modem, not possible. Wish I could, tho!

    Good luck with the dentist (gak!)

    Have a good weekend!

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    1. That's okay. Yes. Gak! on the dentist.

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  5. Will be sure to watch it! I love silent movies!

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  6. If you can fix TMJ, the mouth guard will certainly be worth it.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  7. Oh yikes! I loathe going to the dentist. I've had TMJ since I was a kid and never done a thing about it. Just lived with it.

    I'll come back to watch the movie when I have 45 min. :)

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    1. PK:

      You must live with migraines b/c I do.

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  8. Good luck with the dentist - I'm ok with them, as long as they numb my mouth up real good, I usually fall asleep while they work.

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    1. I need to be numbed up good, too.

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  9. Enjoyed the silent video movie. That's pretty cool that it was your late relatives movie. :) Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Oh good, I'm glad. Thanks for watching.

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  10. I watched the whole thing and at first I thought oh-no it's 45 min. long but I really wanted to know how it ends. I'm glad Uncle Gaspard gets a second chance. Great movie, your cousin George did a great job. It does have some parts that go a little fast and dark but for 1922 it is awesome. Good luck at the dentist.

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    1. He has other ones, too. But I haven't been able to find them.

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  11. Ugh, dentists...hope that went well! Later tonight when I've got some more free time I'll have to come back and watch the movie. Looks like a good one!

    Sarah Allen
    (my creative writing blog)

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  12. will check it out. fillings! ugh. that reminds me, i'm due for a dental appointment too.
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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    1. Today, is Tuesday and the left side of my mouth is sore. Really sore. Still.

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  13. Best of luck with the dental thing... Ugh! Pain!

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    1. It's Tuesday and its sore. My mouth.

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    1. Yikes! Is it right. My mouth still hurts.

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  15. A silent movie. How fascinating. I shall have to investigate. Dentists! Yuk! I'm suffering with mouth ulcers right now. Mouth pain overtakes everything.

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  16. Sounds interesting! Thanks for the link! :-)

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  17. I'll have to bookmark this and watch another time. Sounds very cool, though. Hope your toothache is better:)

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  18. *Waves* Just dropping by to say hello!
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  19. Thanks for the link, and for your visits to my blog :)

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