3 comments on “Turner Classic Movies’ Salute to Slapstick

  1. Hello. i’d like to re-read Professor Edwards’ remarks about the five elements of slapstick:
    • Exaggeration
    • Physicality
    • Repetition or Ritual
    • Fantasy or Make Believe
    • Pain or Violence
    one more time. Is this possible, and if so, how may I access them?
    Thanks,

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      • Hey, Chris. Many thanks for your guide to retrieving Rich’s remarks on the five components of slapstick. Much appreciated, Bob Gibson

        From: Silver Screen Reflections <comment-reply@wordpress.com> Reply-To: Silver Screen Reflections <comment+z7aqp4jvadphsp4_h5wj8ol87_s_4byau38c5l570k@comment.wordpress.com> Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 10:27 AM To: Information Technology <gibson@msudenver.edu> Subject: [New comment] Turner Classic Movies’ Salute to Slapstick

        Chris Hamby commented: “Hi, Bob- Professor Edwards’ remarks about the five elements of slapstick are available under Module 1.2 (WK 1.2, “What is Slapstick?” (if you are taking the online Slapstick course provided by Canvas, Turner Classic Movies and Ball State University). htt”

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