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    TCM and Other Sources for Classic Film

    I was hoping Judy would have her day.
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Maureen O'Sullivan
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    DESIGN FOR LIVING
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    Finally saw CITIZEN KANE on DVD last night...

    LOL, love it Dargo! And yes it is indeed typical Lucy.
  5. I bought the movie on DVD because I finally wanted to see what all the hoopla was all about. And while it wouldn't be what I would have chosen to be THE greatest movie of all time, it is a damn fine film for sure. Charles Foster Kane is neither saint, nor villain really, but a deeply flawed human being. Like the rest of us. Orson Welles certainly succeeded in making a classic film. I am aware a lot of folks didn't appreciate KANE when it came out in 1941, but today quite a lot of viewers (myself included) believe this is indeed the crowning achievement of his career. I'm only sorry I didn't get to see it much sooner than I did. But I couldn't wait until it came on TCM again. And at last I finally understand what 'Rosebud' means!
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY
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    Bringing Up Baby (1938) v. What's Up Doc? (1972)

    I love BRINGING UP BABY but can hardly stand WHAT'S UP DOC? I guess a big part of the reason is because I'm a much bigger fan of Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant than I am of Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal. Hepburn and Grant just captured a hilarious quality and chemistry in their shenanigans in BABY that I feel Streisand and O'Neal badly lacked in their film. Sorry to all the WHAT'S UP DOC? fans, but IMHO BABY beats it by a long shot in the laugh out loud department.
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    THE MIRACLE WORKER
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    TCM and Other Sources for Classic Film

    Great selection of films. Really enjoy IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT and RUN SILENT RUN DEEP.
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    That winning smile.

    I thought at times Andy's smile in A FACE IN THE CROWD, could be a bit on the maniacal side, though I do agree that Anthony had a pleasant enough smile.
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    the most silly little movie myths

    On the old IMBD boards, the one for THREE MEN AND A BABY, that's all the posters wanted to talk about, the 'ghost', not the movie, script, director, any of the actors. It was 'the ghost' who got the most interest.
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Anthony Hopkins
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    I Just Watched...

    I agree, Lugosi was just terrific as Ygor, and proved that he could be so much more than just Count Dracula. Unfortunately, he would never again get either a good opportunity or a good part to prove he could be such a fine actor, not just a horror actor, but a great actor when given some great material.
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    Your top ten character actresses and actors

    I'd also like to add Donald Crisp and Jack Carson on my list of favs (can't believe I forgot about those two!). You could always count on them, especially Crisp, for strong support in any film they were in.
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    Actor/Movie Association Game

    Robert Walker

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