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  2. South Korea’s Grand Bell Best Picture Award of 1989 went to … Come Come Come Upward (1989) Kwon-taek Im, South Korea
  3. China’s Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Picture of 1988/89 included … The Village of Widows (1989) Jin Wang, China
  4. The 1989 winner of Japan’s Academy Award was … Black Rain (1989) Shohei Imamura, Japan
  5. The 1990 National Film Awards of India Best Picture was … The Tiger Dancer (1989) Buddhadev Dasgupta, India
  6. The 1989 winner of Mexico’s Ariel Best Picture Award was … Goitia, A God For Himself (1989) Diego Lopez Rivera, Mexico The 89/90 winner of Mexico’s Ariel Best Picture Award was … Red Dawn (1989) Jorge Fons, Mexico
  7. LonesomePolecat

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Unknown Valley (1933)
  8. LawrenceA

    I Just Watched...

    In tonight's installment of 1970's Made-for-TV Theatre: Cry Panic (1974) - 6/10 Decent mystery/thriller with John Forsythe as a man driving through a small California town who gets into an accident, killing a pedestrian. However, when the police arrive, the body of the victim has disappeared, and no one believes Forsythe. But this is just the beginning of his nightmare ordeal. Also featuring Earl Holliman, Ralph Meeker, Norman Alden, Claudia McNeil, Wesley Lau, Royce D. Applegate, and Anne Francis. This stranger in a strange town tale is unpredictable and well enough acted. I'm not sure it all made complete sense by the end, but it was entertaining. Death Cruise (1974) - 5/10 Three couples (Richard Long & Polly Bergen, Tom Bosley & Celeste Holm, and Edward Albert & Kate Jackson) on a luxury cruise find themselves the target of a mysterious murderer. New ship's doctor Michael Constantine tries to solve the case before they're all dead. Also featuring Cesare Danova as the ship's captain. From producer Aaron Spelling, this felt like a dark version of an episode of Love Boat. The identity of the killer is fairly obvious, as are a few final-act twists. This would be Richard Long's final appearance, as he died in December of '74. The Elevator (1974) - 5/10 A number of passengers are trapped after hours in a malfunctioning elevator high up in a newly-opened skyscraper. They struggle to find a way out before the elevator gives way and they all plummet to their deaths. Featuring James Farentino as a claustrophobic criminal, Craig Stevens as cool-under-pressure doctor, Teresa Wright as his wife, Myrna Loy as a rich eccentric, Roddy McDowell as the building supervisor, Arlene Golonka, Jean Allison, and Barry Livingston. Carol Lynley and Don Stroud also appear as Farentino's accomplices. This is fairly routine stuff (there's only so much one can do in a "trapped in the elevator" story), but I did enjoy Loy's turn as a gabby old dame.
  9. starliteyes

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Van Heflin
  10. I was checking the date to see if it was the first of April
  11. starliteyes

    *A to Z of Movies*

    (The) Toy Wife
  12. Sunday, February 24 2:15 p.m. The Music Man (1962). I can’t deny that it has some catchy tunes.
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    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Xavier, Michael
  14. LonesomePolecat

    The Name Game

    Hermione Gingold next Groucho quote "If ___ runs out, get Mabel" + what Ariel's dad is
  15. starliteyes

    Movies That Make a Statement

    Follow Your Heart
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    After the Dance
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    Movies by Number

    Operator 13
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    Movies with descriptive titles

    A Royal Romance
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    ONE word titles

  20. LonesomePolecat

    First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    First thought was of Angela Lansbury, so let's go with "By the Sea" from SWEENEY TODD by Sondheim next another song with music and lyrics by one guy
  21. TopBilled

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    MY SON JOHN (1952)
  22. TopBilled

    *A to Z of Movies*

    STARS IN MY CROWN (1950)
  23. starliteyes

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Robert Walker
  24. starliteyes

    *A to Z of Movies*

    Rise and Shine
  25. TopBilled

    31 Days of Oscar 2019

    February 23, 2019: 6:15 a.m. The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) 8:00 a.m. Robinson Crusoe (1954) 9:30 a.m. Captain Blood (1935) 11:45 a.m. The Black Swan (1942) 1:30 p.m. The Three Musketeers (1948) 3:45 p.m. Knights of the Round Table (1953) 6:00 p.m. Ivanhoe (1952) 31 DAYS OF OSCAR: FAVORITE VERSION-- A STAR IS BORN 8:00 p.m. A Star Is Born (1937) 10:00 p.m. A Star Is Born (1954) 1:15 a.m. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 3:30 a.m. Key Largo (1948) 5:30 a.m. 42nd Street (1933)
  26. MilesArcher

    Briefly Lyrical

    See if you know this one: The first time that I stole a kiss, I caught her stealing two. I asked her did she love me, She said "Indeed I do".
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