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Horse Feathers Horse Feathers was released in 1932. Horsefeathers is a term used to mean “nonsense” and that is exactly how to describe this movie. This movie was definitely a comedy as well as a musical. There was a lot of slap-stick comedy in this film as well as many “play on words”. Slap-stick comedy is a type of comedy where some character will hit another or just fall a lot often associated with “horseplay.” This film is pretty well known and is rated #65 on AFI’s top 100 comedy films. With being so such a well done film, there were many different film techniques used in this movie. There was a great deal of parallel editing in this movie. Parallel editing is when they show two different events flashing back and forth to one another to show that they are both happening at the same time. One scene in the movie was at the very end of the movie when they had the big game. It would flash back and forth between the game to Baravelli and Pinky stuck in the room trying to escape. This helped you to realize that
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