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This actress was born in 1865

and is credited with a famous

quote with the words "Betty

Grable" in it.? She is in a movie

where she is known to have effected

a vanishing act.

 

Who is this Dame?

 

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  Dame May Whitty ?

 

"I've got everything Betty Grable has, I've just had it longer" 

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Yup, that Dame was a Whitty one.

You even provided the quote,

extra credit for you,

 

Yours...

 

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Thank you

 

Next:

 

February 20, 1952 - On this date, what Bogie film opened at the Capitol Theater in New York City?

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What does young Elizabeth Taylor's character

want in Life With Father? She is insisting on

something, What is it?

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-she wanted her 'crush', the eldest Day son Clarence, Jr., to "write first"?

 

Yes, indeed.

 

Yours,

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That was Cool, Cool, Considerate Men

 

(..and Nixon said, "It's good to be King")

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In the film version of 1776, what number was cut from the original film release as a favor to Richard Nixon by Jack L. Warner?

-thought this was easy, :huh:

the song depicts Revolutionary War–era conservatives as power-hungry wheedlers focused on maintaining wealth.

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That was Cool, Cool, Considerate Men

 

(..and Nixon said, "It's good to be King")

sorry Kid , missed your post by thi-----is much :D

of course that's it !

thanks &

 

-your thread......

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The staff at Variety wrote,

 

"(this film) is a morbid, cliched expedition into lust and murder. The atmosphere throughout is strained and taxes the nerves with a feeling of impending disaster.. The camera lingers on Monroe's sensuous lips, roves over her slip-clad figure and accurately etches the outlines of her derrière as she weaves down a street to a rendezvous with her lover. As a contrast to the beauty of the female form is another kind of nature's beauty - that of the Falls. The natural phenomena have been magnificently photographed on location."

 

Can you name this film

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The staff at Variety wrote,

 

"(this film) is a morbid, cliched expedition into lust and murder. The atmosphere throughout is strained and taxes the nerves with a feeling of impending disaster.. The camera lingers on Monroe's sensuous lips, roves over her slip-clad figure and accurately etches the outlines of her derrière as she weaves down a street to a rendezvous with her lover. As a contrast to the beauty of the female form is another kind of nature's beauty - that of the Falls. The natural phenomena have been magnificently photographed on location."

 

Can you name this film

NIAGARA

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That is correct

 

Your thread

Name at least two instances in which one of the stars of the original played a supporting role in the remake.

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Name at least two instances in which one of the stars of the original played a supporting role in the remake.

Hint: Female played the lead in a '30s film, supporting role in '60s remake.

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Well, one instance would be Miriam Hopkins playing a lead in These Three and then playing a supporting role in the remake, now called The Children's Hour.

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Well, one instance would be Miriam Hopkins playing a lead in These Three and then playing a supporting role in the remake, now called The Children's Hour.

That's one. Another---:male---starred in '60s film...supporting role in '90s remake.

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That's one. Another---:male---starred in '60s film...supporting role in '90s remake.

Actually, there were TWO males that starred in the original who both had supporting roles in the remake.

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Robert Mitchum and Gregory Peck were both the stars of the original and both had supporting roles in CAPE FEAR

Correct. Lavender or starliteyes gets the thread.

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