High Noon and The Wizard of OZ
I watched both High Noon and The Wizard of OZ. High Noon is somehow famous in Japan because Prime Minister Koizumi is the ardent fan of the movie. It was said that he told President Bush that Japan was Grace Kelly in that movie. Well, High Noon is the movie of one brave man and many cowards, or the movie of one irrational man and many rational people.
Then, I also watched The Wizard of OZ. This movie is famous for Latin-Americanist economists just because of one article written by none other than Carlos Diaz-Alejandro. I did not know that the phrase "I'm not in Kansas any more." appeared in the early part of the show. I wonder how many times Judy Garland pronounced Kansas in the movie.