LonesomePolecat

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    Tear Jearkers still...

    Oh, and add me to the list of people who cry all through *The Best Years of Our Lives*, but can't narrow it down to one moment. I'd like to mention one moment that always makes me cry: when Frederic March comes home and sees Myrna Loy, and she looks gorgeous as always, but she says, "I look terrible!" and they embrace. It's just too wonderful and so realistic--that's just how my mom would react. Their reactions are so wonderful that I cry along with them.
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    Little known movies you love and would recommend

    So nice to hear of another LILI fan!! Isn't it so utterly uplifting? I think I'll watch it now. I thought of two other obscure movies: 1. Christmas in July--- I've only heard of it because it was on the Preston Sturges DVD set I got. It is a great film--hilarious, touching, all the things Preston's films usually are. And in my opinion Dick Powell's finest performances--he's so genuine. "If you can't sleep at night, it isn't the coffee, it's the bunk!" 2. The Last Man on Earth---A fun scary Better Than It's B-Budget movie with Vincent Price, need I say more? (It's basically what I Am Legend was based on; though it didn't get screen credit, it's a bit obvious)
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    *Actors A to Z photos*.

    Ingrid Bergman (sorry if she's been done, but she bears repeating)
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    Characters A to Z Photos

    Rufus T Firefly Groucho Marx in DUCK SOUP
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    Gregory Peck

    I too wouldn't call Gentleman's Agreement "intense" but I think it's great. And I hope you'll do yourself a favor and watch Roman Holiday. It cannot help but lift the spirits!
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    Six Degrees of Separation

    Clara Bow was in Hoop-La with James Gleason James Gleason appeared on the Colgate Comedy Hour with Ed Wynn Ed Wynn was in Mary Poppins with Dick Van Dyke Dick Van Dyke was in the Dick Van Dyke Show with the brilliant Carl Reiner Carl Reiner was in Ocean's Thirteen with Al Pacino new: Alan Alda and Fay Wray
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    FAMOUS MOVIE QUOTES

    Ahhh that's the amazing "Shop Around the Corner" --a wonderful film! new one: Person 1: "Women tend to romanticize about things" Person 2: "Yes, they do, don't they?" Person 1: "Yes they do, don't they?"
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    name the movie

    what's the point? you'll just guess it in one go, Eve. But what the heck, here goes: 1. the oddest people can stop a suicide
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    *A to Z of Movies*

    X-Men
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    By Any Other Name..

    B-movie "The D___ Talk Back" Mr Tumnus find Lucy is from the Land of ___robe Bacharach and David song "I'll N___ Fall In Love Again" Quote from The matchmaker; "Those who's ___ onions is bad judges of those who has and those who ain't!" Nancy's job in Oliver Twist + Maria's lover ____y
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    By Any Other Name..

    maurice chevalier. (so clever.) give me a sec
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    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Lane, Charles
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    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Frances Farmer was in The Toast of New York with Cary Grant
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    this or that

    North by Northwest Alan Alda or his father Robert Alda?
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    The First Film That Comes to Mind...

    The Dirty Dozen new word: colt 45
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    A to Z of Characters

    Riff- Russ Tamblyn in West Side Story
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    10 clues to movie

    sounds like Night Train to Munich or perhaps The Lady Vanishes
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    Movie Music

    Braveheart, I believe. here's one for you: Elmer Bernstein has written some of the most iconic scores ever composed, but has only won an oscar for ONE movie. Name it.
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    A to Z of Characters

    Ewell, Bob- James Anderson in To Kill a Mockingbird
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    Name a Celebrity - Name a Movie

    Robert Ryan was in The Wild Bunch with Ernest Borgnine
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    *A to Z of actresses and actors*:)

    Francis, Coleman
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    *A to Z of Movies*

    Rafter Romance (to Rs!)
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    name the movie

    Sounds a lot like Miss Congeniality!
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    this or that

    The Stepford Wives Mister Roberts or Operation Petticoat?
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    *Actors A to Z photos*.

    Fred MacMurray

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