Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Rope Topic Sentence

Write a well constructed topic sentence that answers our guiding question for the semester focusing on our viewing of Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope

How do words and actions influence who others become?

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  5. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope actions and words said and done by others can change others easly. Just like when Brandon said to Phillip "pull your self together nothing is going to get in my way, no, not now, not after the hard parts over!". Even though Phillip did not want to hide from killing David because of his friend Brandon did not want to get caught Phillip had to pull himself together.

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  10. I thought this was just 1 sentance?

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  15. In Alfred Hitchcock’s, The Rope, Rupert’s words and actions influenced Brandon the most because he taught him it was ok for the intellectually superior to kill.

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  16. In The Rope, by Alfred Hitchcock's there is the "perfect" murder and Phillip the secondary to the murder gives it all away to a guest named Rubert being nervouse the whole time.

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  18. In Alfred Hitchcock's movie, The Rope, the action's and word's of both Brandon and Phillip were indicating that something was wrong, and as a result this influenced Rupert to act and think like an investigator trying to figure things out.

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  19. in Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope,phillip through out the hole movie is influencing rupert to beleive that they killed david, phillip and Brandons best friend.

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  20. In Alfred Hitchcock's move The Rope, Brandon and Phillip think that they can kill there friend after hearing that it was ok to kill if you where intellecutally superior from Rubert.

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  23. In Alfred Hitchcock's, The Rope, Brendan sternly beleives that if one man is intellectially superior, he has the right to kill the unsuperior one, which is what he did to his friend, David.

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  24. In Alfred Hitchcock's movie, The Rope, words and actions can influence who others become because of peer pressure and Brandon's ability to persuade Phillip that it isn't bad to murder David because he was intellectually in superior.

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  25. in Alfred Hitchcock's movie The Rope, Rupert had the largest influince on Brandon convincing him it is ok to kill intellectually inferior beings.

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  26. In Alfred Hitchcock's move The Rope, Brandon and Phillip think that they can kill their friend after hearing that it was ok to kill if you where intellectually superior from Rubert

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  27. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, Rupert’s words and actions influence Brandon the most because Rupert convinced Brandon that it was ok to kill a man if you were intellectually superior to them.

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  28. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, Rupert’s action influence Brendan and Brendan influences Philip because Rupert implies murder is ok to Brendan then Brendan has Philip help him with the murder.

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  29. In Alfred Hitchcock"s The Rope, Words and actions influence who you become by when Rupert pulled out the rope, and phillip grabbed the gun and said we need to kill him. Also, rupert was Brandons and Phillips school teacher and he taught them that to some people killing is a crime and to other prople its a privalage.

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  30. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope,Phillips actions and emotions influence Rupert because through out the movie Phillips nerves get to him and that gives him and Brenden away to Rupert.

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  33. In The Rope by Alfred Hitchcock Brandon and Phillip are influenced by Rupperd their former teacher and his theories on murder, to kill a close friend David because they think he is an inferior being that does not matter to the world.

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  34. In the movie "The Rope" by Alfred Hitchcock he uses the words and actions to further the story using Phillips actions of being really tense about being caught for the crime of murder that he and Brenan inflicted on David. Giving Rupert the thought of something amidst at the party Rupert having as very suspicious feeling do to Phillips action.

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  36. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, Rupert influnces Phillip the most because it's causes Phillip to belived that Rupert knew they killed David.

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  39. In Alfreds Hitchcocks The Rope, Brendon influences Phillip that killing David is ok because David was a kind of a nobody.

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  40. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, Phillips words and actions affect rupert because, Phillip is acting nervous and talking as if he had done something bad.

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  41. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, Brendan influences Philip, because even though Philip is the weak hearted one, always acting sketchy about how he and Brendan killed David, their friend, Brendan gave him plenty of reasons why what they did was okay.

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  42. In Alfred Hitchcock's "The Rope" Rubert's words influence Brandon the most because after listening to Rubert's theories about murder and the intellectual, he takes them a little to literally, and ends up killing one of his close friends.

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  44. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope Brandon's abillity to control Phillip lead to the dreadful events of the movie, because; without Phillip, Brandon never would've been able to kill David in an efficient manner.

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  45. In Alfred Hitchcock’s movie The Rope, the words of Dr. Rupert saying to kill less inferior beings is a privilege influences Brandon and Phillip to kill their friend David.

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  46. In Alfred Hitchcock's movie The Rope, Brandon is influenced by Rupert, because of his words, "kill less inferior beings," and by this statement, Rupert drives Brandon to kill his good friend David

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  48. In Alfred Hitchcock's "The Rope," Brandon continually convinced Phillip to go against his better judgement all throughout the movie by using charm, careful wording, and well reasoned thoughts.

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  49. In The Rope produced by Alfred Hitchcock, Rupert influenced Brandon and Phillip the most to kill because his teachings taught them that it was acceptable to kill if the being was intellectually inferior.

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  53. In "The Rope" by Alfred Hitchcock, Rubert's words,(After all, murder is - or should be - an art. Not one of the 'seven lively', perhaps, but an art nevertheless. And, as such, the privilege of committing it should be reserved for those few who are really superior individuals") infuence Brandon and Phillip so much that it leads to them murdering their good friend over superiority.

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    In Hitchcock’s movie, “The Rope,” the words of a teacher had such a profound influence on two young students, Brandon and Philip, that they committed a murder of a school old friend just to prove that they were superior in intellect.

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  56. In Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Rope” two friends Brendan and Philip commit a murder because of the words from Rupert saying it’s ok to kill someone if they are intelectually infrerior, however the words Rupert say are not how he feels after he realises what Brendan and Philip have done when they murder their best friend.

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  58. In Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Rope”, the words and actions of Ruben influence Brandon and Phillip the most because they cause David to be killed to prove that they are superior beings.

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  59. In Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Rope”, Rupert influences Brendan the most, because he teaches Brendan that murder should be a privilege to the socially superior.

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  60. In Alfred Hitchcock's The Rope, the words and actions of Brandon are most influential towards Philip because he convinces Philip that it is their God given right to kill the inferior people of the world.

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  61. In Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “The Rope”, the words and actions of Ruben convince Philip and Brandon that killing is ok if you are intellectually superior.

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  62. In Alfred Hitchcock's "The Rope", the words and actions of Rupert influence Brandon and Phillip by making them think that murder is okay if you are more of an intellect than the victim.

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  63. In Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Rope”, the words and actions of Phillip change because Brandon convinces him that murder is ok if you kill someone who is intellectually superior to you, but as time goes on Phillip gets nervous as Rupert slowly solves the puzzle.

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  64. In Alfred Hitchcock's movie The Rope, Rupert influnces Brandon and Phillip the most because he makes them think that he has killed david There old school friend. Also it was there god givin duty to kill him. Rupert also made them believe that murder is okay if you are more of an intellect than the victim.

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  65. In the movie "The Rope" directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Rupert words influenced Brandon and Phillip that is was ok to kill someone as long as they where not as intellectually superior as you.

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  67. In Alfred Hitchcock's, “The Rope”, Brendan sternly beleives that if one man is intellectially superior, he has the right to kill the unsuperior one, which is what he did to his friend, David.

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  68. In Alfred Hitchcock’s "The Rope" Rupert’s words and actions influenced Brandon the most because Rupert taught him that it was ok for the intellectually superior to kill.

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  69. In Alfred Hitchcock's movie "The Rope" The words and actions Brandon make influence Fillip the most.

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  70. In Alfred Hitchcock's "The Rope", Brandon's words and actions influence himself to kill David because of the thought of him being intellectually superior to David.

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