Growing up and liking it 1957

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The Doubtful Guest by Edward Gorey

The doubtful guest shows up unannounced and unwelcome, yet its presence is accepted after only a brief interlude of screaming. The staid, pale, Victorian inhabitants of the mansion alternately stare and glare at the doubtful guest as it tears out whole chapters from books, peels the soles of its white canvas shoes, and broods while lying on the floor (inconveniently close to the drawing-room door). Strangely, or rather, typically, as this is a Gorey book, the stymied occupants never ask the guest to leave--and in 17 years it has still shown no intention of going away.
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This is one of the only movies in the imdb top 50 that I haven't seen. How well does it hold up to the years? I agree. There's something about black and white done well that makes it even more timeless. It's classy and dramatic. The uses of shadows on the men's faces. The contrast between black and white dramatizes the visuals, which are limited because of the setting.

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