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  1. I'm a journalist working on a project, and I'm hoping to include some current information about Sue Lyon, the actress who portrayed Lolita in the classic film. I understand she's still alive but can't find any information about where she lives, what she does or what she's done in recent years. Any information would be most appreciated!
  2. Hello, this is a thread to talk about people whose talent spanned several aspects of the musical world. I do love Frank Sinatra overall. But I already have a thread about Frank Sinatra. But there are others who are singers, songwriters, and actors/actresses as well. Yes Sinatra only wrote two songs. But you don't have to be all three. You just have to be two of them. This is a thread devoted to those who are multitalented in that way. I will start with Frankie Avalon. Best known for making 1960s Beach films with Annette Funecello. He was a singer, songwriter, and actor. My favourite songs of his include Beauty School Dropout, Grease, and Venus.
  3. I am a big Hitchcock fan. I've seen nearly all of his movies, including titles that you never think of off the top of your head. What are your favourite Hitchcock movies, artists, sub-genres, movies with frequent stars, movies based upon books, and really any aspect of Hitchcock in general? I'll start with his most frequent male stars and my favourite movie of all time. Then I'll look at different aspects on different days so that it is a long running thread but not one where I am posting several pots in one day with no replies in between etc. My favourite Hitchcock movie of all time is Rear Window. He worked with two male stars 4 times each - James Stewart and Cary Grant James Stewart 4 Movies: Rear Window is my favourite. Cary Grant 4 movies: North By Northwest is my favourite. Among character actors, Hitchcock made the most movies with Leo G. Carroll. My favourite of his collaborations with Hitchcock is Spellbound.
  4. If you're like me, you spend a certain part of your TCM time thinking about who's going to receive a day during the SUTS schedule. Here's a place for you to post your dream schedule for August. What would constitute an awesome month for you? Which people people would you LOVE to see? I can't wait to hear what you all come up with!
  5. Pineknoll

    Susan Hayward - Superstar

    I enjoyed watching Robert Osborne interview Robert Wagner before the showing of "With a Song in my Hear." My favorite part was when R.O. said that this movie made Susan Hayward a superstar. I never heard R.O. refer to her with that status before. It was also nice when R.W. referred to her as a great lady. RIP Susan - we remember the 50s.

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