Live Poll: Face-Off: The 'Wages of Fear' vs. 'Diabolique'

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These are the best known thrillers of "French Master of Suspense" Henri-Georges Clouzot, which one is the best?

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls041003139/
Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/gkHPQPxPLEM/
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තරිඳු ධනංජය/Thorin

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  • left out :(

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ElMo

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Wages of Fear
...sans aucun doute!
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තරිඳු ධනංජය/Thorin

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Yes, ElM. I agree with you. :D

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Vincent Fournols

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You skipped "Le Corbeau" (the Crow), the best according to me!
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තරිඳු ධනංජය/Thorin

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Sorry Vincent Fournols

I changed this to a face off
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rubyfruit76, Champion

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'Good match-up! Diabolique gets my vote.

May I suggest one small edit? ('below in bold: I changed the comma before "which" to a semi-colon)

These are the best known thrillers of "French Master of Suspense"Henri-Georges Clouzot;  which one is the best?
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Peter, Champion

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You're also missing a discussion link.
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තරිඳු ධනංජය/Thorin

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Fixed it and added the discussion link. Thanks. :D
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rubyfruit76, Champion

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Thank you, so much, for the edit and especially the discussion link. For a while, I was the master of missing discussion links, lol. Honestly, after about three years of making polls, I just suddenly started to forget the discussion links over and over, again. Lol. Fortunately, there was always someone to remind me. : )
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තරිඳු ධනංජය/Thorin

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Oh.
Even experienced poll makers forget it, so I guess it's common for a rookie like me. :D