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  2. Terrence1

    A to Z of Characters

    Kincaid, Whitey, played by Dan Duryea in "Ride Clear of Diablo"
  3. Terrence1

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Madame X
  4. Terrence1

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    You're the Cream in My Coffee Next: Performed by Gene Nelson
  5. Terrence1

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Passion
  6. Terrence1

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    DeCarlo, Yvonne
  7. TopBilled

    Who was in all 5 films?

    Initials: N.M. / Character actress / 1915 - 1977
  8. Brrrcold

    Who was in all 5 films?

    You got me. I'm out.
  9. TopBilled

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Connors, Mike
  10. I guess that men or women would wear leather wristbands (or else sweatbands) in movies/shows just to achieve a sort of "tough" look to their character.
  11. TopBilled

    *A to Z of Movies*

    OKLAHOMA CRUDE (1973)
  12. SummerStars

    *A to Z of Movies*

    NOW, VOYAGER
  13. mr6666

    Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Republican Group Will Run Ad on Fox News Urging GOP to Hold Trump Accountable: ‘No Exoneration, Definitely Obstruction’ "R epublicans for the Rule of Law, a conservative group whose stated purpose is “defending the institutions of our republic,” will run an advertisement on Fox News over the weekend to urge GOP lawmakers to hold Trump accountable for the findings in special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. ..... Within the clip is footage of “Republicans talking about how you cannot lie to the American people, you cannot obstruct justice, you must tell the truth, that the president's not above the law and we just believe those same rules very much still apply to this president,” said Longwell, adding that the group wanted to see Republicans “act like a congressional body with equal powers and to provide a check on a president, who clearly from this report does not respect the rule of law.” ....... https://www.newsweek.com/republican-group-will-run-ad-fox-news-urging-gop-hold-trump-accountable-no-1400970?utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter
  14. SummerStars

    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Brown, Joe E.
  15. TopBilled

    *A to Z of Movies*

    MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE (1985)
  16. mr6666

    2020 Election

    Seth Abramson‏Verified account @SethAbramson 3h3 hours ago 2020 Democratic presidential candidates pondering a call for impeachment: decide now if you live in Trump's moral universe or the one the rest of us do
  17. TopBilled

    Theme Songs That Fit A Movie or TV Show Perfectly

    The one they use now. Mac Carey died in 1993, but his voice is still featured. I assume it will continue this way for as long as the show is on the air:
  18. I never really paid much attention to it. I always assumed that was a wristwatch that Burt was wearing. Wristbands are a lot more common in martial arts films, I think. I can recall some Shaw Brothers films where wristbands are part of the get up.
  19. TopBilled

    Theme Songs That Fit A Movie or TV Show Perfectly

    A total classic, thanks to our friend Mac Carey:
  20. Gershwin fan

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Liberation Day
  21. mr6666

    Robert Mueller submits Russia report

    The Mueller Report Demands an Impeachment Inquiry- "Here is, as Bill Barr might call it, “the bottom line”: The Mueller Report describes, in excruciating detail and with relatively few redactions, a candidate and a campaign aware of the existence of a plot by a hostile foreign government to criminally interfere in the U.S. election for the purpose of supporting that candidate’s side. It describes a candidate and a campaign who welcomed the efforts and delighted in the assistance. It describes a candidate and a campaign who brazenly and serially lied to the American people about the existence of the foreign conspiracy and their contacts with it. And yet, it does not find evidence to support a charge of criminal conspiracy, which requires not just a shared purpose but a meeting of the minds. Here is the other bottom line: The Mueller Report describes a president who, on numerous occasions, engaged in conduct calculated to hinder a federal investigation. It finds ample evidence that at least a portion of that conduct met all of the statutory elements of criminal obstruction of justice. In some of the instances in which all of the statutory elements of obstruction are met, the report finds no persuasive constitutional or factual defenses. And yet, it declines to render a judgment on whether the president has committed a crime. Now, the House must decide what to do with these facts. If it wants to actually confront the substance of the report, it will introduce a resolution to begin an impeachment inquiry...... To say that the appropriate course is to simply wait for the next presidential election in 18 months, is to offer a judgment that—even in light of his conduct as described by Mueller—Trump is not truly unfit for the office. It is to say he is no different from, say, Vice President Mike Pence, who would take his place, or any other Republican for that matter. It is to say that what matters is winning elections, even if it risks further institutional harms. There is a danger to this mode of thinking, which is that Democrats should tolerate the institutional harms that would come from not initiating a serious impeachment inquiry because what really matters is winning the 2020 election...... In the face of this evidence, for Congress to not even consider impeachment as a matter of serious inquiry is to declare that the legislature is not interested in its carrying out its institutional obligations as a coordinate branch of government. ......... But Congress cannot forestall the inevitable forever. Eventually it will face the task the Constitution commits to the legislative branch, which is to render a judgment. In the wake of Mueller revelations, to not act is to accept the president’s conduct as tolerable— https://www.lawfareblog.com/mueller-report-demands-impeachment-inquiry
  22. laffite

    CLEOPATRA (1963) - why the hate?

    CLEOPATRA (1963) - why the hate? Maybe because she was a pain in the asp.
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