Dooley Wilson – Knock on Wood

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An evening pause: Just one of the continuous string of great scenes from the 1942 film, Casablanca, much of which is a silent interplay between the characters that only will make sense if you’ve seen the movie.

Hat tip Edward Thelen.


One comment

  • wayne

    Edward– great selection.
    >Rick hides the transit-visa’s he received from Peter Lorre earlier, into Sam’s piano.
    (I still maintain the Paris flash-back scenes tend to drag on a bit, but Casablanca is definitely in my top-10.)

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