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Great Punches In Cinema History #7

Reagan Versus Dickinson Versus Cassavetes!

The Killers (Don Siegel, 1964)

A love triangle turns brutal. I just wish Norman Fell would jump in and make it a quadrangle.

First, the Fortieth President of the United States of America hauls off and gives a righteous slap to Angie Dickinson’s unfaithful mug (but who really believes he was the first President to do that?).

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Then Cassavetes returns fire, slugging Ronnie to defend Angie.

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The results –

Bullied Angie:

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Bloodied Ron:

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Defiant John:

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Again, if Norman Fell would just jump into the middle of this, declare his affection for one of these three and slug someone, why then you’d really have a movie.

Great Punches In Cinema History #6

The Legend of Frenchie King aka Les Petroleuses (Christian-Jacque, 1971)

Claudia Cardinale lays out Brigitte Bardot. It happens around the 1:20 mark. There’s more punching later in the clip, but the first one is the killer.

Great Punches In Cinema History #5

Raging Bull (Scorsese, 1980)
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Jake LaMotta versus concrete wall:

“Why why why why why!”

Great Punches In Cinema History #4

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It’s A Wonderful Life

George Bailey gets socked by Mr. Welch, the schoolteacher’s husband.

“Muh mouth’s bleedin’ Bert! Muh mouth’s bleedin!”

Great Punches in Cinema History #3

Great Expectations, 1946

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Herbert Pocket versus Pip Pirrip, the rematch. Pip by first round knockout.

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Phil Connors beats Ned Ryerson to the punch

Phil Connors beats Ned Ryerson to the punch

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