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  1. Oh my gosh, thank you SO much! You do not know how amazing you've just made me feel! This is my first time doing the challenge, and I didn't think that anyone would vote for me! This is such an honor! Ya-hoo!! If you want to cast your vote, you can either: type up who you want to vote for and post on this voting thread, or send who you want to vote for in a Privtae Message to kingrat. That's what I did. Thanks so much again! Bette Davis 19
  2. gagman, itis not too late to vote! The voting stops on March 12th, its only March 5th! Please vote! By the way, I was the person who included The Black Pirate! Thanks for your kudos! I also was the one who scheduled The Man Who Laughs! I'm so glad that you like my schedule! I love hearing what people think (a couple of votes wouldn't be bad either! ) Bette D 19
  3. I am so sad that I can't vote for myself. :_| X-( But, hmmmm, who to vote for................
  4. Now, my main topic for my films are the 1920s and 1930s ones, as you probably have seen. They usually get unnoticed because: the quality, the sound, the lines, and the technology. I wanted to give many of these unseen masterpieces a chance. For the first day, I centered around that lovable dog Skippy (a.k.a Asta) for the daytime. I mean, come on, who doesn't love him? In primetime, I centered around the ever-creepy Lon Chaney. Not only are his films landmarks, but they're also really fun to watch. I also included "When The Clouds Roll By" as my silent because, not only do I think it is amazing, but there is rarely a silent on that was made before 1920. I also included "L'Inhumane" as my foreign film. I originally scheduled it as my cult film, because, it is a 1920s silent sci-fi that is really good. Sci-fis were SUPER rare in the 1920s. For the second day, I centered around early Hitchcock for the daytime, because I thought that it would be fun to watch the movies slowly get better and better and better throughout the day. And, I love Hitchcock! For the primetime, I centered around late-20s musicals. I am a HUGE fan of early musicals, and they are so often overlooked. They are also really entertaining! For the third day, I centered around the too-too elegant world of art deco. i am a huge fan of art deco, and i really enjoy films about it. For primetime, I did my four oscar selections, and then went on to celebrate the birthday of Buddy Ebsen. For my first oscar, I gave it to Bette Davis for Of Human Bondage. Almost any classic movie fan knows about this, and everyobe agrees that Bette should have won. But, for some reason, she wasn't even nominated! ARG! I next gave one to Gold Diggers of 1933 for its amazing music (which I play to no end on iTunes!). I gave my third Oscar to Dwight Frye in Darcula. I know that this may be a little surprising, but Dwight Frye is an amazing actor that never got a chance. His performance in Dracula is actually really frightening, and even most today would agree that he gives a chilling performance as one of Dracula's insane minions, My last Oscar, I gave to Footlight Parade for its beautiful Bubsy Berkeley choreography. For the fourth day, I centered around early color movies. I personally really enjoy early color movies, they are really fascinating. For primetime, I celebrated Leslie Howard's birthday with my favorite movies of his. For the fifth day, it is time for my SOTM! On her birthday, my cousin - Bette Davis! I know she has been SOTM twice before, so, to change it up, I focused on her movies that no one has seen, instead oof the well-known ones on DVD. Plus, I really wanted to see her early movies that aren't available anywhere. For the sixth day, I did, what I'm sure you have all wanted to see, STAR'S FIRSTS. Unless their first movie is widely available on DVD (very unlikely), firsts are never seen, but, they are always wanted to be seen. For my last day, I did early sci-fis all day, because, I love 1940s and 1950s sci-fi, so, even earlier sounds like even more fun! I also included the incomporable "42nd Street" for my Essentials, and, the freaky "The Man Who Laughs" as my cult. I hope you all like my schedule! Bette
  5. Sunday, April 1st 6:00 am (1934). *Fog Over Frisco.* BW-68 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Donald Woods, Margaret Lindsay. D: William Dieterle. p/s. 7:15 am (1938). *Topper Takes A Trip.* BW-80 min. United Artists. Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Billie Burke. D: Norman Z. McLeod. p/s. 8:45 am (1938). *I Am The Law.* BW-83 min. Columbia. Edward G. Robinson. D: Alexander Hall. p/s. 10:15 am (1938). *Bringing Up Baby.* BW-102 min. RKO. Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charles Ruggles. D: Howard Hawks. p/s. 12:00 pm (1937). *The Awful Truth.* BW-90 min. Columbia. Irene Dunne, Cary Grant. D: Leo McCarey. p/s. 1:30 pm (1936). *After The Thin* *Man.* BW-113 min. MGM. William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart. D: W.S. Van Dyke. p/s. 3:30 pm (1934). *The Thin* *Man.* BW-93 min. MGM. William Powell, Myrna Loy. D: W.S. Van Dyke. p/s. 5:15 pm (1935). *The Lottery Lover.* BW-82 min. Fox. Lew Ayres, Pat Patterson. D: Wilhelm Thiele. p/s. 6:45 pm (1935). *It's A Small World.* BW-70 min. Fox. Spencer Tracy, Wendy Barrie, Raymond Walburn. D: Irving Cummings. p/s. 8:00 pm (1920). *The Penalty.* BW-90 min. Goldwyn. Charles Clary, Doris Pawn, Lon Chaney. D: Wallace Worsley. p/s. 9:30 pm (1923). *The Hunchback of Notre Dame.* BW-100 min. Universal. Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry. D: Wallace Worsley. p/s. 11:15 pm (1924). *He Who Gets Slapped.* BW-71 min. MGM. Lon Chaney, Norma Shearer, John Gilbert. D: Victory Sjostrom. p/s. 12:30 am (1919). *When The Clouds Roll By.* BW-50 min. United Artists. Douglas Fairbanks. D: Victor Fleming. E. 1:30 am (1924). *L'Inhumane.* BW-135 min. Cinegraphic. Georgette Leblanc, Jaqu Catelain, Philippe Heriat. D: Marcel L'Herbier. E. 3:45 am (1925). *The Phantom of the Opera.* BW-107 min. Universal. Lon Chaney, Mary Philbin. D: Rupert Julian. p/s. Monday, April 2nd 5:45 am (1934). *The Man Who Knew Too Much*. BW-75 min. Gaumont British Distributors Ltd. Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 7:00 am (1941). *Suspicion*. BW-99 min. RKO. Joan Fontaine, Cary Grant, Sir Cedric Hardwicke. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 8:45 am (1943). *Shadow of a Doubt*. BW-108 min. Universal Pictures. Joseph Cotton, Macdonald Carey, Patricia Collinge. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 10:33 am (1929). *St. Louis* *Blues*. BW-16 min. Paramount. Bessie Smith. D: Dudley Murphy. Premiere #1. 11:00 am (1946). *Notorious*. BW-101 min. RKO. Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 12:45 pm (1948). *Rope*. BW-80 min. Warner Bros. James Stewart, John Dall, Farley Granger. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 2:15 pm (1936). *Secret Agent*. BW-86 min. Gaumont British Distributors Ltd. John Gielgud, Peter Lorre, Robert Young. D: Alfred Hitchcock. Premiere #2. 3:45 pm (1940). *Rebecca*. BW-130 min. United Artists. Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, Judith Anderson. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 6:00 pm (1940). *Foreign Correspondent*. BW-120 min. United Artists. Joel McCrea, Herbert Marshall, George Sanders. D: Alfred Hitchcock. p/s. 8:00 pm (1927). *Jazz Singer*. BW-89 min. Warner Bros. Al Jolson, May McAvoy, Warner Oland. D: Alan Crosland. p/s. 9:30 pm (1929). *Broadway Melody*. BW-110 min. MGM. Charles King, Anita Page, Bessie Love. D: Harry Beaumont. p/s. 11:30 pm (1929). *Love Parade*. BW-107 min. Paramount. Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald, Lillian Roth. D: Ernst Lubitsch. p/s. 1:30 am (1929). *Applause*. BW-80 min. Paramount. Helen Morgan, Joan Peers. D: Rouben Mamoulian. Premiere #3. 3:00 am (1928). *Lights of* *New York*. BW-57 min. Warner Bros. Helene Costello, Cullen Landis, Eugene Pallette. D: Bryan Foy. Premiere #4. 4:00 am (1929). *Rio* *Rita*. BW-127 min. RKO. Bebe Daniels, John Boles, Bert Wheeler. D: Luther Reed. Premiere #5. Tuesday, April 3rd 6:15 am (1932). *Grand Hotel*. BW-112 min. MGM. Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford. D: Edmund Goulding. p/s. 8:15 am (1933). *Female*. BW-60 min. Warner Bros. Ruth Chatterton, George Brent. D: Michael Curtiz. p/s. 9:30 am (1936). *Swing Time*. BW-103 min. RKO. Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers. D: George Stevens. p/s. 11:15 am (1935). *Star of* *Midnight*. BW-90 min. RKO. Ginger Rogers, William Powell. D: Stephen Roberts. p/s. 1:00 pm (1933). *Design for Living*. BW-91 min. Paramount. Fredric March, Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins. D: Ernst Lubitsch. p/s. 2:45 pm (1934). *The Gay Divorcee*. BW-107 min. RKO. Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers. D: Mark Sandrich. p/s. 4:45 pm (1932). *Trouble in* *Paradise*. BW-83 min. Paramount. Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, Herbert Marshall. D: Ernst Lubitsch. p/s. 6:15 pm (1933). *Rafter Romance*. BW-72 min. RKO. Ginger Rogers, Norman Foster. D: William A. Seiter. p/s. 7:30 pm (2012). *Now Playing: February*. Color-30 min. p/s. 8:00 pm (1934). *Of Human Bondage*. BW-83 min. RKO. Bette Davis, Leslie Howard, Frances Dee. D: John Cromwell. p/s. 9:30 pm (1933). *Gold Diggers Of 1933*. BW-96 min. Warner Bros. Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler. D: Mervyn LeRoy. p/s. 11:15 pm (1931). *Dracula*. BW-75 min. Universal Pictures. Bela Lugosi, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye. D: Tod Browning. p/s. 12:30 am (1933). *Footlight Parade*. BW-104 min. Warner Bros. James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler. D: Lloyd Bacon. p/s. 2:15 am (1938). *Broadway Melody of 1938*. BW-110 min. MGM. Robert Taylor, Eleanor Powell. D: Roy Del Ruth. p/s. 4:15 am (1961). *Breakfast at Tiffany's*. Color-115 min. Paramount. Audrey Hepburn, Buddy Ebsen, Mickey Rooney. D: Blake Edwards. p/s. Wednesday, April 4th 6:15 am (1924). *Wanderer of the Wasteland*. Color-60 min. Paramount. Jack Holt, Noah Beery, Billie Dove. D: Irvin Willat. Premiere #6. 7:15 am (1926). *The Black Pirate*. Color-94 min. United Artists. Douglas Fairbanks, Billie Dove, Donald Crisp. D: Albert Parker. p/s. 9:00 am (1916). *Joan the Woman*. Color-140 min. Paramount. Geraldine Farrar. D: Cecil B. DeMille. Premiere #7. 11:30 am (1922). *The Toll of the Sea*. Color-53 min. Metro Pictures. Anna May Wong, Kenneth Harlan, Beatrice Bentley. D: Chester M. Franklin. p/s. 12:30 pm (1933). *Mystery of the Wax Museum*. Color-77 min. Warner Bros. Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Glenda Farrel. D: Michael Curtiz. p/s. 2:00 pm (1932). *Doctor X*. Color-76 min. First National Pictures. Lee Tracy, Fay Wray, Lionel Atwill. D: Michael Curtiz. p/s. 3:30 pm (1930). *The Cuckoos*. Color-97 min. RKO. Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey, Dorothy Lee. D: Paul Sloane. p/s. 5:15 pm (1930). *The Lottery Bride*. Color-80 min. United Artists. Jeanette MacDonald, Zasu Pitts, John Garrick. D: Paul L. Stein. p/s. 6:45 pm (1930). *The Floradora Girl*. Color-79 min. MGM. Marion Davies, Lawrence Gray. D: Harry Beaumont. p/s. 8:15 pm (1936). *Romeo and Juliet*. BW-125 min. MGM. Leslie Howard, Norma Shearer. D: George Cukor. p/s. 10:30 pm (1939). *Gone with the Wind*. Color-238 min. MGM. Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard. D: Victor Fleming. p/s. 2:30 am (1931). *A Free Soul*. BW-91 min. MGM. Norma Shearer, Leslie Howard, Clark Gable. D: Clarence Brown. p/s. 4:15 am (1932). *Smilin' Through*. BW-98 min. MGM. Norma Shearer, Fredric March, Leslie Howard. D: Sidney Franklin. p/s. Thursday, April 5th 6:00 am (1932). *The Man Who Played God*. BW-80 min. Warner Bros. George Arliss, Bette Davis, Louis Closser Hale. D: John G. Adolfi. p/s. 7:30 am (1932). *So Big!*. BW-81 min. Warner Bros. Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent, Bette Davis. D: William A. Wellman. Premiere #12. 9:00 am (1933). *Parachute Jumper.* BW-65 min. Warner Bros. Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Bette Davis, Frank McHugh. D: Alfred E. Green. p/s. 10:15 am (1933). *Ex-Lady.* BW-67 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Gene Raymond, Frank McHugh. D: Robert Florey. p/s. 11:30 am (1935). *Dangerous*. BW-79 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Franchot Tone, Margaret Lindsay. D: Alfred E. Green. p/s. 12:45 pm (1935). *Bordertown.* BW-90 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Paul Muni. D: Archie Mayo. p/s. 2:15 pm (1935). *Front Page Woman.* BW-82 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, George Brent. D: Michael Curtiz. p/s. 3:45 pm (1936). *The* *Petrified Forest**.* BW-83 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Leslie Howard, Humphrey Bogart. D: Archie Mayo. p/s. 5:30 pm (1937). *Marked Woman.* BW-84 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart. D: Lloyd Bacon. p/s. 7:00 pm (1938). *Jezebel.* BW- 103 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, George Brent. D: William Wyler. p/s. 8:45 pm (1939). *Juarez**.* BW-125 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Paul Muni, Brian Aherne. D: William Dieterle. p/s. 11:00 pm (1939). *Dark Victory.* BW-104 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, George Brent, Humphrey Bogart. D: Edmund Goulding. p/s. 12:45 am (1940). *The Letter.* BW-95 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson. D: William Wyler. p/s. 2:30 am (1941). *The Little Foxes.* BW-115 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, Teresa Wright. D: William Wyler. p/s. 4:30 am (1942). *In This Our Life.* BW-97 min. Warner Bros. Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Charles Coburn. D: John Huston. p/s. Friday, April 6th 6:15 am (1931). *Bad Sister*. BW-68 min. Universal. Conrad Nagel, Sidney Fox, Bette Davis. D: Hobart Henley. p/s. 7:30 am (1927). *Orchids and Ermine*. BW-70 min. First National. Colleen Moore, Jack Mulhall, Sam Hardy. D: Alfred Santell. Premiere #8. 8:45 am (1944). *Song of the* *Open Road*. BW-93 min. United Artists. Jane Powell, Bonita Granville, Peggy O'Neill. p/s. 10:30 am (1930). *Young Man of* *Manhattan*. BW-79 min. Paramount. Claudette Colbert, Norman Foster, Ginger Rogers. Premiere #9. 12:00 pm (1927). *Broadway Nights*. BW-72 min. First National. Louis John Bartels, Lois Wilson. D: Joseph. C. Boyle. Premiere #10. 1:30 pm (1932). *This Is The Night*. BW-80 min. Paramount. Lili Damita, Charles Ruggles, Cary Grant. p/s. 3:00 pm (1933). *Dancing Lady*. BW-92 min. MGM. Joan Crawford, Clark Gable. D: Robert Z. Leonard. p/s. 4:45 pm (1929). *The Cocoanuts*. BW-96 min. Paramount. Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Chico Marx. D: Robert Florey. p/s. 6:30 pm (1933). *The Bowery*. BW-92 min. United Artists. Wallace Beery, George Raft, Fay Wray. D: Raoul Walsh. p/s. 8:15 pm (1930). *The King of Jazz*. BW-105 min. Universal. Paul Whiteman, John Boles, Bing Crosby. D: John Murray Anderson. p/s. 10:00 pm (1942). *There's One Born Every Minute*. BW-60 min. Universal. Hugh Herbert, Peggy Moran, Tom Brown. D: Harold Young. p/s. 11:00 pm (1935). *The Murder* *Man*. BW-70 min. MGM. Spencer Tracy, Virginia Bruce, James Stewart. D: Tim Whelan. p/s. 12:15 pm (1925). *Lady of the Night*. BW-60 min. MGM. Norma Shearer, Malcom McGregor. D: Monta Bell. p/s. 1:00 am (1932). *Blessed Event*. BW-80 min. Warner Bros. Lee Tracy, Mary Brian. D: Roy Del Ruth. p/s. 2:30 am (1934). *Anne of Green Gables.* BW-78 min. Radio Pictures. Anne Shirley, Tom Brown, O. P. Heggie. D: George Nichols Jr. p/s. 4:00 am (1938). *Prison Farm*. BW-67 min. Paramount. Shirley Ross, Lloyd Nolan, John Howard. D: Louis King. Premiere #11. 5:15 am (1937). *They Won't Forget*. BW-97 min. Warner Bros. Claude Rains, Gloria Dickson, Lana Turner. D: Mervyn LeRoy. p/s. Saturday, April 7th 7:00 am (1902). *A Trip To The Moon.* BW-14 min. Gaston Melies. Georges Melies, Victor Andre, Bleuette Bernon. D: Georges Melies. p/s. 7:15 am (1916). *20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.* BW-105 min. Universal. Lois Alexander, Curtis Benton, Wallace Clarke. D: Stuart Paton. p/s. 9:00 am (1919). *The First Men In The Moon.* BW-60 min. Gaumont British. Bruce Gordon, Heather Thatcher, Lionel d'Aragon. D: Bruce Gordon. Premiere #13. 10:00 am (1922). *The Man From Beyond.* BW-74 min. Houdini Pictures. Harry Houdini, Arthur Maude, Albert Tavernier. D: Burton L. King. p/s. 11:15 am (1927). *Metropolis.* BW-153 min. UFA. Alfred Abel, Brigitte Helm, Gustav Frohlich. D: Fritz Lang. p/s. 2:00 pm (1929). *The Mysterious* *Island**.* BW-95 min. MGM. Lionel Barrymore, Jacqueline Gadsden, Lloyd Hughes. D: Benjamin Christensen. p/s. 3:45 pm (1930). *Just Imagine.* BW-109 min. Fox. El Brendel, Maureen O'Sullivan, John Garrick. D: David Butler. p/s. 5:45 pm (1931). *Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.* BW-98 min. Paramount. Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins, Rose Hobart. D: Rouben Mamoulian. p/s. 7:30 pm (1997). *Private Screenings: Mickey Rooney*. Color-41 min. p/s. 8:00 pm (1933). *42nd Street**.* BW-89 min. Warner Bros. Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell, Bebe Daniels. D: Lloyd Bacon. p/s. 9:30 pm (1928). *The Man Who Laughs.* BW-110 min. Universal. Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin, Olga Baclanova. D: Paul Leni. p/s. 11:30 pm (1931). *Frankenstein.* BW-71 min. Universal. Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, John Boles. D: James Whale. p/s. 12:45 am (1933). *Island Of Lost Souls.* BW-71 min. Paramount. Charles Laughton, Richard Arlen, Leila Hyams. D: Erle C. Kenton. p/s. 2:00 am (1933). *The Invisible* *Man.* BW-71 min. Universal. Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart. D: James Whale. p/s. 3:15 am (1933). *It's Great To Be Alive.* BW-69 min. Fox. Raul Roulien, Gloria Stuart, Edna May Oliver. D: Alfred L. Werker. p/s. 4:30 am (1935). *Bride of Frankenstein.* BW-75 min. Universal. Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson. D: James Whale. p/s. There it is! Bette
  6. Here comes my schedule- FINALLY! I don't know about everyone else, but my schedule took me about six hours to make! I hope you all like it! And, just to warn all of you 1960s movie lovers, I only have one movie that was made after 1959. About 3/4 of my movies are from the best decade for movies- the 1930s. I also have a lot for the 1920s. I've noticed MANY 1950s movies on TCM, and not so many 1930s and earlier movies. So, here we go!
  7. BetteDavis19

    BETTE DAVIS

    Thank you SO much Movie Gal and James! It makes me feel SO HAPPY to know how people are feeling about my thread! But, I won't be able to post any new pics or threads here for four or five days because I am working on the 21st Unofficial Programming Challenge, sorry! But anyone who wants to post something here can while I'm working! Bette
  8. I wouldn't mind doing that job! I know what you mean, I uploaded information for Bette Davis about four months ago, because on her page they got something wrong, and I haven't gotten any word about it and nothing has changed. But they're so busy, I just don't bother them about it!
  9. BetteDavis19

    BETTE DAVIS

    Here's another one I just found. Bette is usually in dramatic roles, so I thought it would be nice to find a picture of her genuinely laughing and, from my guess, 1941-1943:
  10. BetteDavis19

    BETTE DAVIS

    Hi! I will not be around a computer all weekend, so I thought I should post a couple of cute pics before I left! A cute picture of Bette with an ice cream cone, from, by my estimate, 1933-1935.
  11. I had a question about the schedule. I didn't know if for the cult film you could do a foreign one.
  12. BetteDavis19

    BETTE DAVIS

    Bette Fun Fact o' The Day: Did you know that, for Jezebel, Bette thought there was another, almost unknown actor who she thought would be better cast a Preston Dillard? The actor was John Wayne, who at the time was working at Republic Studios, and who did have the toughness built into him more than Fonda. Bette
  13. BetteDavis19

    BETTE DAVIS

    Bette with Henry Fonda the year before they made Jezebel.
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    BETTE DAVIS

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    BETTE DAVIS

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