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Q: Since when did Movies & TV SE require registration to post questions and answers, and why was it required?

galacticninjaWhile browsing through a Meta Stack Exchange post about certain SE sites requiring users to be registered before posting questions, I noticed that Movies & TV SE was listed among those sites. (When I tested it out in a private window, I discovered that Movies & TV SE also requires registration to...

 
 
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Q: What do these horizontal stripes siginify in the movie Men of Honor

Yu ZhangIn the famous scene, 12 steps from Men of Honor, we see Master Chief Leslie Sunday wears two groups chevrons on his left arm. The first group represents his military rank as a Master Chief, How about the second group of horizontal chevrons? We can see them at time stamp 8:14 from this video. ...

 
 
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Q: Lack of official MPAA/MPA number list

shano0059I have been trying to find a way to hopefully get an official list of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)(1945-2019) now the Motion Picture Association (MPA) certified numbered list for decades. All I have been able to find is individual collectors posted list. My joining this site w...

 
 
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Q: Mad Max is sentenced to the Gulags but gets cast out?

gingerbreadboyIn Beyond Thunderdome Max faces justice from The Wheel. The wheel lands on Gulag and Max is cast out on a horse. The most common understanding of Gulag in English is the Soviet era labour camps so my question is how does the story get from "labour camp" to "exile" without skipping a beat? I can o...

 
 
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Q: Is the English phrase "to make one's day" from Sudden Impact?

temporary_user_nameIn Sudden Impact, the protagonist famously says "Go ahead, make my day." I was looking at an ngram for that phrase and found that its usage skyrockets into modern levels of popularity right around 1983, when the film came out. I knew the line was famous, but I didn't realize that it potentially o...

 
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Q: In "Man of the West", who plays Dock Tobin's accomplice in the train?

AlfredIn the movie Man of the West the attack of the train involves four men of Dock Tobin's (Lee J. Cobb) gang. Three wait for the train hidden under a small bridge, Coaley (Jack Lord), Trout (Royal Dano) and Ponch (Robert J. Wilke). But there is a fourth accomplice in the train, who is hit by a bull...

 

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