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For a time Farrah Fawcett was billed as Farrah Fawcett-Majors. 

I don't think we've mentioned Courtney Thorne-Smith.

Phylicia Rashad was previously billed as Phylicia Ayers-Allen.

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13 hours ago, TopBilled said:

For a time Farrah Fawcett was billed as Farrah Fawcett-Majors. 

I don't think we've mentioned Courtney Thorne-Smith.

Phylicia Rashad was previously billed as Phylicia Ayers-Allen.

Also I don't think we've mentioned JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS (a Hitchcock stalwart) and PETER LIND HAYES

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DRIVING MISS DAISY 

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG

LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE

COLLISION (2009 UK TV Mini-Series with Douglas Henshall the forerunner to the movie "Crash")

GRAN TORINO

GUNG HO

THELMA & LOUISE

USED CARS

RONIN (with Robert De Niro and Jean Reno)

TAXI DRIVER

DUEL (1971 TV Movie)

CRASH

THE ITALIAN JOB (1969)

CHRISTINE

BONNIE AND CLYDE (1967)

THE FRENCH CONNECTION

BULLITT

THE LOVE BUG (1968)

REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

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"It Started With a Kiss" (1959) a 1955 Lincoln Futura is the third member of the cast that includes Debbie Reynolds and Glenn Ford as a couple who won the car in a lottery. (The one-off car ultimately became the Batmobile in the Batman TV series. 

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Marsha,

THE LOVE BUG is a great example for this category. The car was so popular "he" got three sequels and a reboot a generation later. LOL

I've never seen DRIVING MISS DAISY on the stage (it began as a play). But it seems like something that had to be filmed. We had to actually see them driving around since it was one of the main points of the story.

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2 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Marcar,

THE LOVE BUG is a great example for this category. The car was so popular "he" got three sequels and a reboot a generation later. LOL

I've never seen DRIVING MISS DAISY on the stage (it began as a play). But it seems like something that had to be filmed. We had to actually see them driving around since it was one of the main points of the story.

It was really MarshaKatz who posted those. LOL

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Just now, marcar said:

It was really MarshaKatz who posted those. LOL

Thanks. I went back and edited my previous post. Too much coffee this morning has done something to my brain! LOL

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eight hundred fourth category
 

Traveling to a distant land

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THE PLYMOUTH ADVENTURE

THE ISLAND AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD

SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC

ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS

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THE DARJEELING LIMITED

CAIRO TIME

CASABLANCA

JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH (1959)

THE THIRD MAN

MIDNIGHT EXPRESS

TOPKAPI

LOST IN TRANSLATION

LOST HORIZON (1937)

EAT, PRAY, LOVE

OUT OF AFRICA

National Geographic EVEREST 50 YEARS ON THE MOUNTAIN

THE AFRICAN QUEEN

SUMMERTIME

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

BEFORE SUNRISE, BEFORE SUNSET, BEFORE MIDNIGHT

VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA

THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN

THE COUNTERFEIT TRAITOR

CHASING ICE

MASTER AND COMMANDER: THE FAR SIDE OF THE WORLD

STEP INTO LIQUID

GORILLAS IN THE MIST

THE WAY BACK

NEVER CRY WOLF

 

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The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)

The Guns of Navarone (1961)

The Poppy is also a Flower (1966)

P.S. I Love You (2007)

Sahara (1943)

Beau Geste (1939)

Gunga Din (1939)

Northwest Stampede (1948 - would love to see this film again)

Pimpernel Smith (1941)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

They Met in Bombay (1941)

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Thanks for the great answers yesterday.

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eight hundred fifth category
 

The setting is a plantation

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TAP ROOTS

GREEN FIRE

BAND OF ANGELS

OUT OF AFRICA

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GONE WITH THE WIND

MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL

IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA

THE LETTER

JEZEBEL

12 YEARS A SLAVE

MANDINGO

DJANGO UNCHAINED

ROOTS (TV MINI SERIES)

ALL THE KING'S MEN

THE LONG, HOT SUMMER

SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR

HURRY SUNDOWN

THE SOUND AND THE FURY

HUSH....HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE

THE MISSISSIPPI GAMBLER (1953)

THE FOXES OF HARROW

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