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  2. LonesomePolecat

    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Julie (1956) next fake teeth
  3. Nothing about that low-life surprises me or blows my mind.
  4. LonesomePolecat

    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Laurence Naismith
  5. hamradio

    Rudy and the Beast

    Paid no attention to the officers gender! Doesn't matter if the officer is male or female, that is Munchkins short!
  6. MilesArcher

    Mash-Up Alternate Title

    Roger Byam is Franchot Tone in Mutiny On The Bounty. Blanche Hudson is Joan Crawford in Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? Candy Johnson is Clark Gable in HonkyTonk. The movie is Dancing Lady. Next: Roy Earle, Nero, and Will Thompson are given shelter by Ellie Banks and Pontius Pilate.
  7. LonesomePolecat

    THREE word titles

    BELL BOTTOM GEORGE (1944)
  8. LonesomePolecat

    TWO word titles

    OLD IRONSIDES (1926)
  9. Princess of Tap

    Rudy and the Beast

    She's a female officer. I bet her gun is just as long as any male officer's gun. But there are always men who want to denigrate or make fun of women who are working in traditional male role jobs.
  10. LonesomePolecat

    ONE word titles

    BAVU (1923)
  11. LonesomePolecat

    Places everyone!

    THE TURNERS OF PROSPECT ROAD (1947)
  12. LonesomePolecat

    People Pictures

    ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE (1924)
  13. LonesomePolecat

    IT'S MOVIE "TIME"!

    I LOVED YOU WEDNESDAY (1933)
  14. LonesomePolecat

    Movies by Number

    20 MULE TEAM (1940)
  15. LonesomePolecat

    All about FOOD

    THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
  16. LonesomePolecat

    Movies That Make a Statement

    NOW WE'RE IN THE AIR (1927)
  17. hamradio

    Movie Blunders

    Just a little blunder, in the movie "Black Fury" (1935) during the hospital scene. An ELECTRIC wall clock doesn't tick...tick...tick...tick..
  18. LonesomePolecat

    *A to Z of Movies*

    THE VAMPIRE LOVERS (1970)
  19. LonesomePolecat

    Three in One

    Inspector Abberline next Florence Reed, Martita Hunt, Jean Simmons
  20. MilesArcher

    Ghost of a Chance

    Dickens' A Christmas Carol - Many versions of that story and lots of ghosts.
  21. MilesArcher

    Husband and Wife

    This husband and wife met while working in radio before World War II. After the war they both embarked on film careers, and over the years they worked together more than a few times. He appeared in film noirs and westerns in his early career, sometimes playing lawmen and sometimes playing villains, ranchers, and assorted other characters. He succeeded two stars of popular TV western series after the original stars had died. He and his wife both worked in a Hitchcock movie, but while he appeared on screen, she was only heard. He once appeared on an episode of a TV show where the leading character's name was the same as his name. She was the ultimate character actress, doing everything from Shakespeare to "The Real McCoys". She often used makeup and costumes to intentionally appear unattractive in her roles. She made several guest appearances on the Perry Mason TV show, sometimes as the murderer. She appeared several times on "Gunsmoke". One of the characters that she played led to her own TV series playing that character, although the show only lasted for half a season. They remained married more than fifty years. Can you name this couple?
  22. LonesomePolecat

    Long Titles (6 words + up)

    THE STRANGE CASE OF DR MANNING (1957)
  23. hamradio

    I Just Watched...

    "Black Fury" (1935) never heard of this coal miners movie before, LOVED IT! Had a happy ending. Nice to see a drama about a coal miners worries & woes that didn't revolved around global warming.
  24. LonesomePolecat

    *A to Z of Filmmakers*

    Johnson, Louis -- gaffer (Stanley and Livingstone)
  25. LonesomePolecat

    Ghost of a Chance

    THE CAT AND THE CANARY
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