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Name the pre-1970 film

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2 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

Is it "Arsenic and Old Lace"?
 

No, that's not it Marsha.

Another clue

the surgeon is obsessed with the works of Edgar Allan Poe

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Just now, MarshaKatz said:

Is it "The Raven" with Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff?

You got it, Marsha. My favorite of their co starring vehicles.

Your turn

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9 minutes ago, Det Jim McLeod said:

You got it, Marsha. My favorite of their co starring vehicles.

Your turn

Thanks, Det Jim,

A public service officer and police captain join forces to prevent a pneumonic plague epidemic.

 

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2 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

Thanks, Det Jim,

A public service officer and police captain join forces to prevent a pneumonic plague epidemic.

 

Panic In The Streets, Richard Widmark and Paul Douglas

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9 hours ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Panic In The Streets, Richard Widmark and Paul Douglas

Hi, lavender. You're absolutely correct!  Panic In The Streets is the film. As a staunch fan of Richard Widmark, I'm always looking out for his films. This particular film has a great cast of actors and top notch direction by Elia Kazan.  Good job!  It's your turn.

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Thanks Marsha, TCM hasn't shown this one in awhile and I also love Richard Widmark and I love Paul Douglas

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A little girl is accused of stealing although she's innocent and it influences the rest of her life

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3 hours ago, starliteyes said:

The Locket?

Yes, it is The Locket Star. Eddie M said that when he returns in Sept, TCM will show The Locket on Noir Alley. Hasn't been on in a while, looking forward to seeing it again. That was quick work, good job, your thread ma'dere ;)

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In order to improve her reputation so that she can get her hands on more of the family fortune, a playgirl heiress joins the WACs during WWII.

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9 hours ago, starliteyes said:

In order to improve her reputation so that she can get her hands on more of the family fortune, a playgirl heiress joins the WACs during WWII.

That's Lana in Keep Your Powder Dry?

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Thanks Star. I haven't seen this one in a long time, but I always liked the film very much. However, I always thought that was an awful title for the film.

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A boy stops a wedding by using insects

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15 hours ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Thanks Star. I haven't seen this one in a long time, but I always liked the film very much. However, I always thought that was an awful title for the film.

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A boy stops a wedding by using insects

It sounds like "The Bride Goes Wild" where Butch Jenkins lets loose the ants.

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5 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

It sounds like "The Bride Goes Wild" where Butch Jenkins lets loose the ants.

Yes it is The Bride Goes Wild. June Allyson and Van Johnson and Hume Cromyn and Butch as the little mischief.

I always get a kick out of this film I even have a copy of it, that's how much I like this film. Good job Marsha, your thread 

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22 hours ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Yes it is The Bride Goes Wild. June Allyson and Van Johnson and Hume Cromyn and Butch as the little mischief.

I always get a kick out of this film I even have a copy of it, that's how much I like this film. Good job Marsha, your thread 

Thanks, lavender. I really enjoy this film too especially Hume Cronyn's wonderfully hysterical comedic performance. I'm going to leave this thread open.  

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