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First Carrie, in Carrie (1976), then everyone in her class!

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Home invasion

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BLIND ALLEY (1939)
IN COLD BLOOD (1967)
DEATH WISH (1974)

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A different type of home invasion:

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Sheridan Whiteside, THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1942).

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Panic Room (2002)

Hostage (2005)

The Strangers (2008)

Trespass (2011)

You're Next (2011)

The Purge (2013)

 

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THE DARK PAST (1948)

KEY LARGO (1948)

KIND LADY (1935 & 1951)

THE ANDERSON TAPES (1971)

PACIFIC HEIGHTS (1990)

THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936)

THE REF (1994)

HE RAN ALL THE WAY (1951)

WAIT UNTIL DARK (1967)

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Canadian Mounties

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SUSANNAH OF THE MOUNTIES (1939)
ROSE MARIE (1954)
THE CANADIANS (1961)

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Murdoch Mysteries (2008-present)- William Murdoch, a detective with the Toronto Police, discovers he has a brother who is with the RCMP.

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THE WILD NORTH (1952)

MRS. MIKE (1949)

NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE (1940)

PONY SOLDIER (1952)

SASKATCHEWAN (1954)

RENFREW OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED (1937)

DUDLEY DO-RIGHT (1999)

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7 minutes ago, GGGGerald said:

Canadian Mounties vs. Atomic Invaders (1953)

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:lol:

Can't say I've ever seen it. In fact, I'd never heard of it before. :) 

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Here's William S. Hart in O'MALLEY OF THE MOUNTED

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TIMBER TERRORS, as the poster says, "Featuring Morton of the Mounted" who also appeared in COURAGE OF THE NORTH

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TRAIL OF THE MOUNTIES

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There was a serial called PERILS OF THE ROYAL MOUNTED (1942), coming in 15 chapters-- of course the last chapter was called "The Mountie Gets His Man"

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Thanks for the excellent examples yesterday.

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Acting teachers

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Stella Adler
Peter Breck
Nina Foch
Martin Landau

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how about a couple fictional ones..

Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie  Image result for tootsie dustin hoffman acting class

Billy De Wolfe in That Girl  Image result for that girl billy De Wolfe

and a real one (Rawley Farnsworth) that inspired a fictional one (In and Out)  Image result for rawley farnsworth

 

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I forgot to mention Landau's ex-wife Barbara Bain. She teaches at the Actors Studio in West Hollywood.

Also, I think Betty Garrett had her own theater in North Hollywood and did workshops up until the time of her death.

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TCM's little vignette about Claude Rains is narrated by a British Actor (was is John Gielgud?) Who says Claude Rains was his acting teacher

Harold Gould was an acting teacher before he ever acted in a movie

Down here in LA, in Topanga Canyon, we have the     Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum that has many acting classes -- does that count? :)

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