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During one of Siskel and Ebert's early Sneak Previews (1975), the two critics asked each other that question: If you owned a movie theater, what would you call it?. Siskel liked the word "Paradise", Ebert went for "The MacGuffin". Asked the same question, each IMDb Poll Board user suggested a potential name, either with an personal connection, a sentimental movie-related value or just because it sounded too good not to be picked. Now, which of these movie theatres, if they really existed, would you be the most interested to go to? Discuss here

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February 5 of 1919 marks the establishment of United Artists, a movie company that changed history, becoming the first one meant to give actors control over their own interests. Founded by Charles Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and D.W. Griffith, the studio became mainly known as a distributor, and while it was sold and restructured many times, it still lives today as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of United Artists, we have this poll. From their first 25 years of history, which is the most important United Artists movie? Discuss Here Vote on part II Vote on Part III Vote on Part IV Poll by Pencho15

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