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42nd Street Forever, Volume 2: The Deuce (2006)

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Compilation of movie trailers (grindhouse, horror, kung-fu, etc...)

Stars: Michael Gingold, Chris Poggiali, Edwin Samuelson
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not as good as the first, but still worthwhile
23 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

56 more vintage trailers are in this sequel compilation to the first 42nd Street Forever (which I loved, by the way). This time around the focus is mainly on racing films, blacksploitation, a few swords & sandals flicks among others. Even though this began with a great trailer for the classic Ms. 45 and has a few other gems here & there, it pales in comparison to volume 1 which really upped the anti as far as trailer comps go. This is still watchable, but in my opinion, just lacked that special something. Also there's way less nudity and rampant violence in this set (although both still there)

My Grade: C


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