21st Jul '14 9:18:47 AM SeptimusHeap
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Let's not add rankings on main pages. Put them in the Trivia tab if anywhere.
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21st Jul '14 8:24:22 AM dsneybuf
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22nd Jun '14 7:53:04 PM dsneybuf
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22nd Jun '14 12:13:59 PM dsneybuf
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22nd Jun '14 12:13:28 PM dsneybuf
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Most of those lists came in years other than 2008
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25th May '14 11:25:08 AM BondGirl
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2nd Apr '14 11:24:13 AM Valance47
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Added some clarification for Colour Coded trope
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29th Mar '14 10:00:09 PM JulianLapostat
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In many ancient cultures, and some parts of England, Green was the color of poison, sickness, and so associated with death. For the Egyptians it was also a color of rebirth. And in any case, that is the association that is worked out in the film, as noted by writer Bill Krohn in HITCHCOCK AT WORK.
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21st Mar '14 5:07:24 PM Valance47
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Green is typically paired with envy or wealth: death is usually white or black
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21st Mar '14 5:16:57 AM JulianLapostat
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