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    We have to mention this guy: And then more recently:
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    Rear Window Butterflies Are Free Breakfast at Tiffany's Manhattan Murder Mystery Barton Fink Little Women Bachelor in Paradise In a Lonely Place My Sister Eileen The Seven Year Itch tv: I Love Lucy (The Mertzes) The Bob Newhart Show (Howard Borden) The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (The Mortons) The Honeymooners (The Nortons) Laverne and Shirley (Lenny and Squiggy) Everybody Loves Raymond (Marie and Frank..and Robert usually) Seinfeld (Kramer) The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Rhoda and Phyllis--first four - best - seasons)
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    HOME IMPROVEMENT had Wilson A CHRISTMAS STORY had the Bumpus dogs YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU was all about Lionel Barrymore not selling so the neighbors wouldn't be forced out
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    Good Neighbor Sam (1964) Neighbors (1981) The Dick Van Dyke Show. (Jerry and Millie Helper)
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    "Rosemary's Baby" (1968) "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984) "Arlington Road" (1999)
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    Referring to the 2 M's. Jay Leno use to point out be careful where one stands when taking photos or the placement of such.
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    The new bio-pic "Judy" is creating new interest in Judy Garland so I thought I would share my favorites of the movie songs she performed- 1. Over The Rainbow from The Wizard Of Oz- her signature song, I am sure this is everyone's favorite, but only Judy can sing it, I have never heard a version come close to hers. It is beautifully wistful and her voice is so tender and emotional. I also think it is the greatest song ever introduced on film. 2. The Man That Got Away from A Star Is Born-a simple torch song becomes a gut wrenching emotional performance from the power of her voice. A true show stopper. 3. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas from Meet Me In St Louis-a beautiful song that became a holiday standard, once again no one has topped the original. The song has such greater impact when seen within the context of the film, Judy is the older sister trying to cheer up sad little sis Margaret O'Brien. It seemed much more beautiful and haunting here. 4. Get Happy from Summer Stock-a jaunty upbeat number despite the lyrics about the coming of Judgement day. It turned out to be Judy's final film at MGM, but this performance ranks as one of her best. One of the few times she would look very sexy on film too. 5. But Not For Me from Girl Crazy-a poignant Gershwin tune, made heart breaking by Judy's beautiful voice. What are your top five?
  8. 4 points
    Completely agree, although I have just a LITTLE bit of trouble believing that Mickey Rooney grows up to be Clark Gable.
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    I don't appreciate this idea that adults who enjoy comic books and the like are not "grown up." My husband reads comic books, or graphic novels as they're known, and is also an avid gamer. He's every bit of a grown up as anyone else. He owns his own vehicle. He owns his own home. He's held a steady job since high school. He was working as sous chef and now as a kitchen supervisor. He's in line to become a regional kitchen manager in the Portland Metro Area. He's also an avid reader and has read everything from Alexandre Dumas' four novels about the Three Musketeers to Desi Arnaz' autobiography (which I recommended to him) to Nikki Sixx's Heroin Diaries. I enjoy watching animated films and shows. I've had the same pair of Chucks since the seventh grade and they are very comfortable. I wear flip flops in the summer, though I do not buy the $2 Old Navy ones as they hurt my feet. I also don't buy the ones that make the flip flop noise as you walk, because those are annoying. I don't think liking these things makes me any less of an adult than anyone else. I have some graphic tees, but none with Looney Tunes. I also don't wear slogan shirts unless you count my hilarious Golden Girls shirt with the "I'm Ready! Take me hurricane '91" statement. I also don't have any tats or body piercings either. I think an adult is someone who is self-sufficient and can make their own decisions about what they do and do not like. If their love of comic books isn't hurting themselves or anyone else, why does it matter? If someone doesn't like superheroes, Marvel, and anything else of that ilk, don't watch them. Who cares? I'm honestly just tired of this trend of everyone trying to police what everyone else enjoys and does. As long as they're not promoting free-basing cocaine or animal abuse, or anything else horrific and dangerous, why does it matter to you what people enjoy doing in their free time? Scorsese just needs to stick to making the same old gangster movie featuring Joe Pesci, Robert DeNiro, and Leonardo DiCaprio, and let everyone else do what they want.
  10. 4 points
    Nobody expected America to withdraw after ONE PHONE CALL to our morally bankrupt “leader”, and within a week, the worst case scenario is coming to pass, exposing our allies to ethnic cleansing, allowing the terrorist group ISIS to become a force again, and our diplomatic norms shredder for decades. Idiot Moron Trump has been warned of these consequences by all of his National Security Advisors, except the kiss-aaasssses. There is an argument to be made for us to move out of the area, but in a planned orderly fashion, not over a blackmail threat to the Effing Moron. You cannot defend the indefensible of his disastrous decision! He cannot handle the pressures of his job, because he is not competent in any aspect of it.
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    Funny, I was just about to buy this from TCM.com: They call it a: Brass Praxinoscope Collectible It comes with 43 card strips!
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    Columbus is a guy who didn't know where he was going. And when he got there he didn't know where he was. I could celebrate his ignorance and brutality if I had ever gotten this day off. So since there's nothing to celebrate anyway, I guess then I can't complain about never getting this day off.
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    He stumbled on the Western Hemisphere, which would lead to one of the greatest demographic calamities in human history, with the decimation of native groups.
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    1937's A Star Is Born ends with May Robson, Andy Devine, Janet Gaynor and Adolphe Menjou attending a premiere: Margret Sullavan was a movie usher in The Good Fairy. Here she is in her usher's uniform: Things were a bit more formal back in those days. Deanna Durbin, accompanied by Herbert Marshall, watches her movie star mother in one of her movies in Mad About Music:
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    I liked Bill Maher's line on his HBO talk show Friday night. "Actually, Scorsese's right," the comedian said. "Superhero movies ARE all the same, whereas his new film "The Irishman" is a mob movie starring Joe Pesci and [Robert] De Niro."
  17. 4 points
    Ed Wood The Tingler The Smallest Show on Earth Bowfinger Scenes From a Mall Sherlock, Jr. Matinee Foul Play The Blob
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    Harry Lewis ( Edward 'Toots' Bass in Key Largo) - When Harry, an aspiring actor at the time, met future wife Marilyn Lewis, he confessed to her that he had two goals: to play Hamlet and to start a restaurant called Hamburger Hamlet as a hangout for the stars. They spent their first date looking for a location. A few days later she found the perfect spot for the original Hamlet on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Neither could cook, but they opened their first Hamburger Hamlet in October of 1950 with their savings of $3500. By the mid-'80s, there were more than a dozen Hamlets, one in nearly every part of Los Angeles. They sold the chain in 1997 for $33 million.
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    Matthew Gertz @MattGertz Trump watched James O'Keefe's latest sting get talked up on Tucker Carlson's show and floated suing CNN last night. Fox's Tucker Carlson Tonight, 8:10 p.m. Trump, 8:51 p.m. 7:50 AM · Oct 15, 2019·TweetDeck
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    Kockenlocker, Trudy--Betty Hutton in The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
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    Maybe the size limit doesn't allow for her face and knees to be in the same shot? Sepiatone
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    Was it lost? That's like going to Disney World for the first time. Other people have seen it, other people have been there, and other people live there. But it's the first time you ever saw it, so you discovered it. That's so Mickey Mouse!
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    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump · 7m “Serial killers get more Due Process than the Democrats give to the President of the United States.” @marklevinshow
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    The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985) Cinema Paradiso (1988) Sabotage (1936 Hitchcock film)

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