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Oh, that face, that fabulous face II - Post 1950's. Whose is it?

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Yes, he's Robert Stack :)

 

That photo of Dustin Hoffman is his high school yearbook picture. He and Robert Duvall were roommates.

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Guess we better provide some balance to all the scantily-clad femmes...

 

How's this? Want to know the name of the actor in the middle...

 

(Yes, it was Danny Kaye's birthday on Friday... And today many of his flicks are on TCM...)

 

Want the monkey and the movie... Should be easy...

 

 

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You misunderstand. I only commented on the Dustin Hoffman photo - not confirmed it.

 

I give up 2gv6lpc.jpg

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It's official: Dustin Hoffman.

 

Don't get too frustrated if I don't spend every moment by my computer.

 

In the meantime:

 

By the way, did you ever notice how much more difficult to find photos of male stars that aren't immediately recognizable?

 

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I can't believe this stumped anybody???

 

The movie is "Merry Andrew" and that's Chim the Chimpanzee (as Angelina in film) between Pier Angeli and Danny Kaye...

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> {quote:title=dpompper wrote:}{quote}KD, I get confused (and don't know how to post pictures). Is this lovely lady Shirley Jones? Thanks.

See FredCDobb's updated post - Above

 

Edited by: Kid_Dabb on Jan 21, 2013 9:47 AM

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Thanks, KD. Slightly before Christmas I did a search to find the instructions and spent about an hour on the project, with no success. That was a busy time of year. Maybe I'll pick it up again.

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That link goes to the old code for posting a photo.

 

The new code is just an exclamation point before and after the photo's URL address. Like this:

 

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One right before and one right after.

 

To get a photo's URL address, right click on the photo itself and click on PROPERTIES.

 

This is a photo's URL address:

 

http://www.nndb.com/people/515/000065320/clara6-sized.jpg

 

Put the exclamation point before and after this, and the photo will appear.

 

When you find the URL address, look at the DIMENSIONS of the photo. The first number should not be more than 600. That means the photo is 600 pixels wide. That should be the maximum width of a photo. Anything wider will be difficult to see on the screen.

 

Keep in mind that many photos of stars contain the name of the stars in their URL addresses, so try to find one without the star's name in it.

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