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    i'm not sure whether this fits the bill but i believe terri garr was one of the dancers in "the tami show" concert film.
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    The Four Feathers run time

    the criterion bluray edition runs 115 minutes. and considering the film's age, it looks very good.
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    A Favor

    1940 the grapes of wrath. the philadelphia story. 1941 the maltese falcon. 1942 talk of the town. yankee doodle dandy. 1943 casablanca heaven can wait. the more the merrier. 1944. since you went away. 1945 spellbound 1946 it's a wonderful life. the razor's edge. 1947 no vote. 1948 the red shoes. hamlet. 1949 a letter to 3 wives.
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    Movies Airing on TCM That Aren't Available on DVD

    cluny brown. i have a copy that i snagged off of tcm, one christmas eve several years ago, but i'd like to upgrade. it's lubitsch, and i can't think of a better reason than that.
  5. when i watch the spaghetti westerns of sergio corbucci, the great silence, the original django, the perdition benders (darn censors) i'll watch them in the original italian with english subtitles. i've never done that with the dollars trilogy, although the next time i audition the good, the bad and the ugly, i probably will. a few years back, eli wallach redubbed some of his lines for some found footage. the effect was a bit jarring to say the least.
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    Herbert Marshall on "What's My Line?"

    thanks for the heads up, bingfan. your 'what's my line' link sent me on a bit of a binge. i can think of worse ways to spend a friday afternoon.
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    OT: Favorite Classic Christmas Albums?

    'christmas sing along with mitch', 'holiday sing along with mitch', and 'lanza sings christmas carols' were beaten to death during the holidays when i was growing up. (early 60's) strange, that i still have a soft spot in my heart for them. especially lanza's christmas offering which featured 'we three kings' with the truly horrifying (to a young child) third verse: "Myrrh is mine, its bitter perfume, Breathes a life of gathering gloom; Sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying, Sealed in a stone-cold tomb." i still love 'a charlie brown christmas' and 'a christmas gift for you from phil spector' (with darlene love's show stopper 'christmas, baby please come home') as for single songs: pearl bailey ~ a five pound box of money. bruce springsteen ~ santa claus is comin' to town. judy garland ~ have yourself a merry little christmas. the kinks ~ father christmas.
  8. i'm surprised that no one has mentioned *cluny brown.*
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    mary eaton. (full disclosure) i have no idea who mary eaton was...i just followed your clues.
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    i'm probably wrong but...marion harris? (just didn't want anyone to think i'd taken off to canada)
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    Physical Cliffs

    character actor cliff osmond just passed away a few days ago.
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    could it be a young chairman of the board? old blue eyes? the voice?
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    wikipedia may have an explanation...3rd paragraph: Edited by: scrutney on Jan 2, 2013 10:38 PM
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    "Didnt we "do" her already?" i assume that that's why fred said we were going to hate the interests of full disclosure, i googled up the photographers name (signed picture). the image was there.
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    Oh, that face, that fabulous face. Whose is it?

    looks like the progressive insurance spokeswoman. but it's dorothy dalton.

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