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  2. Great One-Liners

    "Tokio Jokio" (1943) WWII propaganda cartoon short by Warner Brothers. Incendiary Bombs scene after explosion Commentator...Ah, losing face, losing face.
  3. The south is a woman.

    Well, there IS at least ONE big difference between Margaret Mitchell and the character of Scarlett O'Hara she created, ya know slayton. Yep, ya see all those times I've watched GWTW in the past, I don't EVER recall seeing Scarlett NOT looking both ways before crossing the streets of Atlanta! (...sorry, but you know ME...just couldn't resist this one)
  4. Today

    This has been on the board for a long time, so here are the answers. #13 is actor Gary Haynes, who played the part of Chris Webber #14 is actress Erin O'Brien-Moore. She was also in the 1957 movie version, playing Mrs. Evelyn Page. She played Humphrey Bogart's wife in "Black Legion" in 1937. Now, who are these folks and what do they have in common? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  6. I Just Watched...

    Well, I should hope so ! My poor Mary Beth I fell in love with her when she descended a stage coach near Ox-Bow Canyon.
  7. This statement, which I've seen before, caused me to research it a bit, and unsurprisingly, the results were more complicated than your oversimplification. First of all, he never said that Antarctic ice would be gone by now, or then. His comments were about the Arctic ice only, and it was that it would be gone during the summer, not year round. He was wrong, and seems to have exaggerated the actual findings and data of the lead scientists, who claim that the first summer with full northern, Arctic ice to melt will occur in the 2020-2040 range. Here's a rundown of Gore's multiple errors, and the actual facts. This was never said about Antarctica, though, which is where your posted story about the stranded researchers took place.
  8. Was researching Weather Channel story about the stuck Chinese icebreaker. From 2013 the same year Al Gore said the ice caps be gone. Oh how embarrassing. China should take advantage of this and make their own version of the game....
  9. First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    Yankee Doodle Dandy-- Born on the 4th of July Next: A song written for Bing in the movies made Popular by another Singing Star
  10. The President And The Porn Star

    There's nothing more pathetic than an old man trying to recapture his youth by harassing young women. His daughter must be embarrassed but is afraid to show it.
  11. Double Feature

    Woman's World Next: What a Woman!
  12. Double Feature

    Who Was That Lady? next Designing Woman
  13. IT'S MOVIE "TIME"!

    Cheyenne Autumn
  14. First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

    "Better Luck Next Time" (I LOVE EASTER PARADE!!!!) next a song from another movie related to a holiday other than Christmas
  15. The President And The Porn Star

    But personally the $350.00 I just spent for this was a better value.
  16. ClassiCategories

    There's a great episode of MASH in real time called "Life Time" with a ticking clock in the corner
  17. The President And The Porn Star

    Imagine what the autograph copy will fetch. But that's a bargain compared to...
  18. The President And The Porn Star

    Wow, Trump with a naked hooker for the low price of $347. That's a real bargain for that fine piece of literature!
  19. * A to Z of TV *

    skipping x You Are There
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    CRISIS - Vacationing in a Latin American country, an American neurosurgeon and his wife become entangled in a revolutionary uprising. Incidentally, the neurosurgeon is Cary Grant, the Latin American dictator is Jose Ferrer, and actress Paula Raymond was cast as Grant's wife. As an addition to this itinerary, Grant must operate on Ferrer who just happens to have a life-threatening brain tumor. I've already noted never to book a vacation with the travel agency Grant used.
  21. The President And The Porn Star

    Trump / Playboy on Ebay
  22. Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    You don't catch on very quickly, do you?
  23. I Just Watched...

    Castle in the Desert (1942) - Final entry in the Charlie Chan mystery series to be produced by 20th Century-Fox, directed by Harry Lachman. Chan (Sidney Toler) finds himself summoned to a medieval-style castle built in the middle of the desert in the western U.S. It belongs to eccentric researcher Paul Manderlay (Douglass Dumbrille) and his wife Lucy (Lenita Lane) who happens to be a descendant of the infamous Borgias. They have a house full of guests, one or more of whom seems intent on killing them all. Also featuring Henry Daniell, Arleen Whelan, Richard Derr, Edmund MacDonald, Ethel Griffies, Steven Geray, Milton Parsons, Lucien Littlefield, and Victor Sen Yung. This is an odd installment of the series, with a lot of comedy and an "old dark house" setting. The characters are all strange enough to hold one's interest, and Toler and Sen Yung's interplay is still fun. Fox decided to end the series with this one, stating a desire to cut back on film production during the war, but many feel it was also due to the Asian lead character, who, despite being Chinese-American, would still be resented by those with anti-Japanese sentiments due to the war. Toler himself would eventually buy the rights and take them to the poverty row Monogram company, where a new batch of Chan films started in 1944 with Charlie Chan in the Secret Service. (7/10) Source: Fox DVD.
  24. Happy Birthday to...

    ...Catherine Keener (born on March 23, 1959), the two-time Academy Award-nominated actress who excels in comedies as well as dramas. She has been nominated twice for Academy Awards. Her recognized roles and movies are as follows: Maxine Lund in "Being John Malkovich" (1999). Best Supporting Actress. Nelle Harper Lee in "Capote" (2005). Best Supporting Actress. For more than 20 years, Keener has been a regular in the independent films written and directed by Nicole Holofcenter In Holofcener's debut film "Walking and Talking" (1996), Amelia (Keener) and Laura (Anne Heche) were roommates who had been friends since childhood. When Laura became engaged to her boyfriend, Amelia experienced some major changes. Written and directed by Holofcener, the independent comedy/drama also starred Liev Schreiber, Todd Field and Kevin Corrigan. In Spike Jonze's offbeat 1999 comedy "Being John Malkovich," John Cusack played a puppeteer who gained limited access to the title actor's mind through a door behind a filing cabinet in a New York office building. Malkovich -- good sport that he is -- played himself in the film. Keener appeared in the film as a co-worker who persuaded the puppeteer to make a profit from his newfound discovery. She received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her performance. The movie's screenplay was written by Charlie Kaufman, who later directed the 2008 comedy "Synecdoche, New York." In "Lovely & Amazing" -- a 2001 picture written and directed by Holofcener -- Keener played a married clerk at a one-hour photo shop who became involved with a fellow employee (Jake Gyllenhaal). The comedy/drama also focused on the personal struggles of her mother (Brenda Blethyn) and sisters. One of her siblings (played by Emily Mortimer) was an actress with body image issues. The other (Raven Goodwin) was an adopted 8-year-old African American with weight and identity problems. Also starring in the film: Dermot Mulroney (who was married to Keener at the time), Clark Gregg, Aunjanue Ellis and James Legros. In "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" (2005) -- which marked the directorial debut for Judd Apatow -- Steve Carell played the title character. The picture, also co-written (with Carell) and co-produced by Apatow, featured Keener as the woman who won the central character's heart. The film also starred Seth Rogen, Leslie Mann (Apatow's wife), Paul Rudd, Romany Malco, Elizabeth Banks and Jane Lynch. The film was shot for $26 million and grossed $177 million worldwide. Keener earned an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of author Harper Lee in the 2005 biopic "Capote." Lee and the celebrity author Truman Capote were friends since childhood. In her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "To Kill a Mockingbird," Lee even modeled the character Dill on Capote. Directed by Bennett Miller ("Moneyball," "Foxcatcher"). the film provided a Best Actor Oscar for the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, who played Capote as he conducted research on his 1965 nonfiction best seller "In Cold Blood." Holofcener's 2006 comedy/drama "Friends with Money" starred Frances McDormand, Jennifer Aniston, Keener and Joan Cusack as longtime Southern California friends. One of them -- Aniston's struggling character Olivia -- was a former schoolteacher working as a house cleaner. The three others are married -- but not necessarily happy -- and affluent. The film also starred Jason Isaacs, Simon McBurney, Greg Germann and Scott Caan. In the 2011 comedy/drama "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding," Keener played a divorced mother of two who left New York with her kids and headed to the legendary town of Woodstock. There, she stayed with her estranged mother (Jane Fonda) -- a 1960s-era hippie. Directed by Bruce Beresford ("Tender Mercies," "Driving Miss Daisy"), the film also starred Elizabeth Olsen, Nat Wolff, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chace Crawford and Kyle MacLachlan. Holofcener's 2013 romantic comedy "Enough Said" starred Emmy winners Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini as a promising couple. Keener co-starred as the friend of Louis-Dreyfus's character and Gandolfini's ex. The film was released three months after Gandolfini's death by a heart attack in Italy on June 19, 2013. The picture also starred Toni Collette and Tavi Gevinson. Keener played Allison Williams' liberal mother in Jordan Peele's 2017 blockbuster hit "Get Out." The horror satire earned writer-director-co-producer Peele an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. The film also received Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor (Daniel Kaluuya).
  25. Trump's Biggest Whoppers

    Haven't any woman already lost respect by appearing in Playboy?
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