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Pepe le Moko (1941)

opinion: Inspecteur Slimane is the poisoned spider providing the web to catch Pepe… he is always around and not hiding for none what are his intensions. 234 more words

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LA BANDERA (1935, Julien Duvivier)

One of the joys of studying French and Francophone cinema for me in recent years has been exploring the rich filmography of Julien Duvivier, best known (at least in my country) for… 369 more words

2016 NFL Draft Scouting Report: South Carolina OL Brandon Shell

The nephew of the great Art Shell, South Carolina offensive tackle Brandon Shell started a whopping 47 games for the Gamecocks, bringing NFL-ready experience, size, and strength to the position. 454 more words

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2016 NFL Draft Scouting Report: North Dakota State OT Joe Haeg

Joe Haeg isn’t the most powerful offensive tackle in the 2016 class, but he does possess rare movement skills and athleticism to develop into a starter in a zone blocking scheme. 718 more words

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2016 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Texas Tech OT Le'Raven Clark

Possessing 36-inch vines for arms and nearly 12-inch hands, Texas Tech’s Le’Raven Clark has intriguing physical and athletic tools for an offensive tackle, but needs plenty of technical refinement before he’s ready to contribute in the NFL. 842 more words

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2016 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Auburn OT Shon Coleman

After a courageous and victorious battle against cancer, Auburn left tackle Shon Coleman’s miraculous recovery allowed him to return to the game he loves and generate significant NFL draft interest along the way. 699 more words

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2016 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Michigan State OL Jack Conklin

A road-grader who brought a finisher’s mentality to Michigan State’s offensive line for four years, Jack Conklin could move inside to guard in the NFL, where his power and tenacity would be put to good use in a gap system. 1,233 more words

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