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57 minutes ago, Arturo said:

Here is a wild guess:  is it THE FAN/LADY WINDEMERE'S FAN?

Sorry, not the film.

The story begins in the USA, then Europe and India and back to Europe

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Here's another scene

A beautiful woman with plans to seduce the man she loves changes her mind after he proposes and she sends him away

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3 hours ago, Arturo said:

THE RAZOR'S EDGE.

About time! of course The Razor's Edge - Tyrone, Gene Tierney, Clifton Webb, Anne Baxter, Herbert Marshall, John Payne. On my top 10 list favorite films of all time. it's your turn Arturo, good work.

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On 1/30/2019 at 1:38 PM, lavenderblue19 said:

About time! of course The Razor's Edge - Tyrone, Gene Tierney, Clifton Webb, Anne Baxter, Herbert Marshall, John Payne. On my top 10 list favorite films of all time. it's your turn Arturo, good work.

Thank you Lavenderblue.  One of my favorites as well.

Next:  Born out of wedlock, and snatched from his mother's arms as a newborn by her father, a man makes it to another continent to make his fortune.

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On 2/1/2019 at 1:40 AM, Arturo said:

Thank you Lavenderblue.  One of my favorites as well.

Next:  Born out of wedlock, and snatched from his mother's arms as a newborn by her father, a man makes it to another continent to make his fortune.

Arturo, time for another clue, thanks

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1 hour ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Arturo, time for another clue, thanks

Sorry, Lavender.

The man is a gambler, and is apparently caught cheating on a river boat.  He is left stranded on a sandbar.

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On 2/1/2019 at 1:40 AM, Arturo said:

Thank you Lavenderblue.  One of my favorites as well.

Next:  Born out of wedlock, and snatched from his mother's arms as a newborn by her father, a man makes it to another continent to make his fortune.

Foxes of Harrow? Rex Harrison and Maureen O'Hara ??

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Thanks Arturo

In order to stop a man from leaving to kill another man, a woman first tries to seduce him. When he says he'll be back after he kills the man, she shoots him

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In order to save the reputation of a man she loves, a woman who is about to be arrested, lies to the man she loves telling him that she really doesn't love him and she thinks he's a sucker.

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The woman is on trial for the murder and is found guilty, but the man she loves comes forward to explain circumstances that she refused to make known so she is saved.

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11 hours ago, BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls said:

It sounds like Midnight Mary starring Loretta Young.

The film is Midnight Mary starring Loretta Young. Very good, your turn to post one.

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9 hours ago, BagelOnAPlateOfOnionRolls said:

Yes! Tootsie was the movie I had in mind.

Dustin Hoffman's "That's a corn cob" reaction to Jessica Lange cracks me up.

Good job, lavenderblue! It's your turn.

Thanks Bagels. That line was actually ad libbed by Dustin and Jessica picking up the corn cob was done on the fly by her LOL not in the script, that's what I read years ago. Tootsie is one of my very favorite comedies, love it.

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Thank you Lavenderblue.

A woman has to decide if she should continue to date a married man.  She is a single career girl and lives in NYC.  A relative stranger notices her dilemma and asks her about it.

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On 3/13/2019 at 3:21 PM, Arturo said:

Thank you Lavenderblue.

A woman has to decide if she should continue to date a married man.  She is a single career girl and lives in NYC.  A relative stranger notices her dilemma and asks her about it.

 Arturo, Here's another good one that needs to be updated, thanks.

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