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That was Shelley Winters in Night of the Hunter. Maybe jelly

got them cornfused - it happens.

 

Interesting - Two for the See Saw: Paul Newman was originally slated to star opposite Elizabeth Taylor in the film. I can't even imagine that one.

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Until she returns what about this:

 

In what movie did the dialogue in one scene have to be overdubbed after the Kennedy assasination?

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I knew somebody would guess this, but no. That movie was released before the assasination. I know there's been a lot of Kennedy speculation connected to this movie, but it's not the one.

 

This movie was released late 1963; did very well

crime story

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That was released in 1954........

 

I repeat: 1963 crime movie with comedy elements; wellknown stars.

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Sorry, again no. crime is very central here, but with comic touches. So don't go the assasination or politics trail. that leads nowhere.

 

A+++ lead actor and actress with solid supporting cast.

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That's *Charade (1963)*

 

Audrey Hepburn: "at any moment we could be assassinated," was dubbed over to become "at any moment we could be eliminated" due to the recent assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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Thank yaw - thank yaw, Emgee :)

 

*Next:*

 

Paul Newman, Peter O'Toole and Montgomery Clift were considered for the lead role in this sci-fi drama. In 1971 some scenes from this film were used in an episode of Rod Serling's Night Gallery television show.

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No

No

and No

 

Scenes used in a Night Gallery episode included the monorail and the flying policeman.

You're right on top of this with your guesses - so close.

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Not that one. This one is more cerebral, if I may use that term. Characters are

forced to utilize their brain's capabilities.

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Good trivia question, i never knew that.

 

So.....which famous actress had a cameo in a classic adventure movie?

(Blink and you'll miss her)

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