LonesomePolecat

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    Double Feature

    New game, though I'd try it-- one person names a movie, the next person names another movie that would make a good double feature. Continuously, not waiting for the previous person to say yes or no, like "first film that comes to mind" No right or wrong answers, except no TV movies, just real movies. For example, if I wrote "SINGIN' IN THE RAIN " you could write... another Gene Kelly musical like AMERICAN IN PARIS, another movie making movie like HOLLYWOOD ENDING another movie about silent to sound like THE ARTIST Or if you're sick and twisted, A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Etc, etc, etc ---------------------------------------------
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    Places everyone!

    ZANZIBAR (1940)
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    People Pictures

    THE WIFE TAKES A FLYER (1942)
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    Movies That Make a Statement

    DON'T BLAME THE STORK (1954)
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    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Franchot Tone was in FIVE GRAVES TO CAIRO with Erich Von Stroheim
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    Movies by Number

    52ND STREET (1937)
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    TWO word titles

    SUICIDE FLEET (1931)
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    *A to Z of Movies*

    I SPY (1934)
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    ONE word titles

    BEDELIA (1946)
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    Long Titles (6 words + up)

    TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT--PASS IT ON (1931)
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    ?: Title asks a question

    CAN YOU HEAR ME, MOTHER? (1935)
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    THREE word titles

    MYSTERY SEA RAIDER (1940)
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    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Saw this name on the credits for NIGHT AND THE CITY the other day: Stanislaus Zbyszko
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    IT'S MOVIE "TIME"!

    CHRISTMAS IN JULY
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    All about FOOD

    GRAPES OF WRATH
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    ClassiCategories

    CHRISTMAS IN JULY -- the title is named for Dick Powell buying gifts for all their neighbors SESAME STREET GHOSTBUSTERS -- Rick Moranis & Sigourney Weaver
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    ClassiCategories

    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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    Three in One

    Christ next Henry Fonda, Burt Lancaster, James Stewart
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    The Men Have It

    Roscoe Karns was in HIS GIRL FRIDAY with Billy Gilbert
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    Ghost of a Chance

    THE GHOST CAMERA (1933)
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    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Lawson, Wilfrid
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    A to Z of Characters

    Yancy, Bart - J Carroll Naish in BAD BASCOMB
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    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    Julie (1956) next fake teeth
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Laurence Naismith
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    THREE word titles

    BELL BOTTOM GEORGE (1944)

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