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  1. The Matrix, 1926

    “The film takes place in the year 1955 in which reality as perceived by most humans is actually a simulated reality created by sentient steam locomotives to pacify and subdue the human population, while their bodies’ are used as an energy source. Upon learning this, a Telegrapher “Trinity” is drawn into a rebellion against the steam engines”

  2. Before “Urban Dictionary” was around, the term “money shot” was oft misinterpreted.

  3. “I’ll take care of you, buddy- right after I uh, take care of this!”

    Must be a tiny guy- that 1903 sure looks BIG!

  4. In this 1918 James Bond silent film, the caption is “Good thing your bullet proof wig-helmet also doubles as hearing protection. This is gonna be loud. “

  5. The Russian James Bond brandishes his Tokarev while his dancing partner swoons…

    “That’s not what I meant when I said, ‘shots’…”

  6. “Damn, it was a pistol in your pocket.”


    “Why yes, it is a pistol in my pocket.”

  7. Organized criminals about to have a shootout in a “Gun Free Zone” Broadway nightclub 1923. Standing on the site today is now a Cinemark Theater.

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