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Carrie :  1952--Jennifer Jones as the naive' girl with a married lover

              1976--Sissy Spacek as the naive' girl who gets even with her classmates

 

Heaven Can Wait:  (1943) deceased Don Ameche tells Satan his life story    

                               (1978) deceased Warren Beatty gets a second chance at life

Mr. and Mrs. Smith:  (1941) Carole Lombard and Robert Montgomery find out they      aren't legally married,  trouble   ensues

                                 (2005) Brad Pittt and Angelina Jolie find out they're trying to kill each other, trouble  ensues

It All Came True:  (1940) Humphrey Bogart hides out at a boarding house filled wth eccentric performers

                             (1998) James Spader buys a house occupied by eccentric show biz ghosts

Million Dollar Baby: (1941) Priscilla Lane gets a new outlook on life with a million dollar gift

                                (2004) Boxer Hillary Swank throws in the towel on life

 

Fast and Furious (1939) Comedy about married book dealers (Franchot Tone and Ann Sothern)  Image result for fast and furious 1939

has absolutely no connection to the 2009 film (or any of that franchise)                              Image result for fast and furious 2009

                               

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Bad Boys (1983) tumblr_po06g6Fxbt1s9g0yko1_1280.jpg and (1995) x1080

 

Notorious (1946) notorious.jpg?w=1000&h=923 and (2009) 51giZH6n5AL._UY260_UX260_AL_.jpg

 

Twilight (1998) susan-sarandon-gene-hackman-paul-newman-twilight-1998-BPGCTR.jpg and (2008) c6102b117162daef00f671a75cb194ef.jpg

 

 

 

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NO WAY OUT (1950) Racism 

NO WAY OUT (1987) Espionage

THE ACCUSED (1949) Hiding a self-defense killing

THE ACCUSED (1988) Brutal gang rape

GLORY (1956) Love of a filly race horse

GLORY (1989) U.S. Civil War's first all-black volunteer company

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Two films starring Joan Crawford:

POSSESSED (1931) Joan is the mistress of wealthy lawyer Clark Gable.

POSSESSED (1947) Psychological noir featuring, through flashbacks, Joan as nurse to Raymond Massey's wife, marrying Massey after his wife dies, and her obsession with her former lover Van Heflin.

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Easy to Love

1934 - Genevieve Tobin is on a quest to find out why her husband, Adolphe Menjou, has grown indifferent to her.

1953 - Aquatic star Esther Williams is in love with her boss, Van Johnson, who only seems interested in the money she's making for him.

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Just found another one -- CRACKED NUTS (1941) comedy with Una Merkel about a contest winner, not to be confused with CRACKED NUTS (1931) with Wheeler and Woolsey

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one thousand four hundred sixty-seventh category

Punk rockers

SID AND NANCY (1986)
STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME (1986)
GREEN ROOM (2015)

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We Are the Best! (2013), Swedish film that I actually saw in the theater.

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6 hours ago, Marianne said:

We Are the Best! (2013), Swedish film that I actually saw in the theater.

And you're willing to admit it. :) 

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Films from the 1930s that were remade

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CLEOPATRA (1934)
THE BUCCANEER (1938)
THE WOMEN (1939)

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the 'Wall of Jericho' from 1934's It Happened One Night                                              Image result for happened one night stills

is re-used in the 1956 remake, You Can't Run Away From It                                               Image result for you can't run away from it 1956

Charles Laughton's title character in Ruggles of Red Gap  (1935)                                                Image result for ruggles of red gap 1935

 

 

 

got a comedy makeover with Bob Hope in 1950's Fancy Pants                                            Image result for lucille ball as a child

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SCARFACE (1932)

DARK VICTORY (1939)

LOVE AFFAIR (1939)

OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934)

THE LADY VANISHES (1938)

BACK STREET (1932)

MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN (1936)

THE BLUE ANGEL (1930)

THE CHAMP (1931)

DAVID COPPERFIELD (1935)

THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO (1934)

WATERLOO BRIDGE (1931)

CRAIG'S WIFE (1936)

GOODBYE, MR. CHIPS (1939)

IMITATION OF LIFE (1934)

KING KONG (1933)

MORNING GLORY (1933)

STAGECOACH (1939)

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