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Who was in all 5 films?

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1 hour ago, Emily Emerac said:

So -- who was in these:

Tortilla Flat

River Gang

High Conquest

Roughly Speaking

The Flying Missile

Is it John Qualen?

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10 minutes ago, Emily Emerac said:

Yes, that's the man.

I love character actors, and he's one of my very favorites.

And now . . . . . . .?

Thanks. So now I will do the next one. If I hadn't answered correctly, I could try again. Or someone else could come along and answer correctly. The person with the correct answer does the next one.

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Who was in:

BLUE SKIES (1946)
THE PERILS OF PAULINE (1947)
TEA FOR TWO (1950)
DEAR BRAT (1951)
CALL ME MADAM (1953)

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4 hours ago, Emily Emerac said:

Don't need the movie titles -- it's the smiling face of Billy De Wolfe

It sure is...such a funny guy. He and Doris Day became lifelong friends when they met on the set of TEA FOR TWO. They did another film together and in the 70s he had a recurring role on her sitcom.

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Your turn.

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43 minutes ago, Emily Emerac said:

Let's see . . .

Mrs. Parkington

The Story of Dr. Wassell

Kitty Foyle

Topper

Pocketful of Miracles

Is it Doodles Weaver?

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Yes!  I threw you a bit of a curve there since, although certainly noticeable in every film, Weaver wasn't always in the credits.

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1 minute ago, Emily Emerac said:

Yes!  I threw you a bit of a curve there since, although certainly noticeable in every film, Weaver wasn't always in the credits.

Yes, most of your examples were uncredited appearances by him.

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Okay, who was in:

EXPERIMENT PERILOUS (1944)
THE PORT OF 40 THIEVES (1944)
THE MAGNIFICENT ROGUE (1946)
SPRINGTIME IN THE SIERRAS (1947)
CAMPUS HONEYMOON (1948)

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Some clues on the most recent one I posted:

She was a star at Republic Pictures. She usually played a villainess. Her initials are S.B.

Here's what she looks like:

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On 9/22/2018 at 3:32 PM, TopBilled said:

Some clues on the most recent one I posted:

She was a star at Republic Pictures. She usually played a villainess. Her initials are S.B.

Here's what she looks like:

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Answer: Stephanie Bachelor

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Let's try:

Two Tickets to Broadway

A Letter to Three Wives

Her Twelve Men

Man in the Shadow

Street with No Name

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19 minutes ago, Terrence1 said:

Let's try:

Two Tickets to Broadway

A Letter to Three Wives

Her Twelve Men

Man in the Shadow

Street with No Name

Barbara Bates?

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Lets try this again.  I was writing Barbara Bates but picturing Barbara Lawrence.

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Now you got it!  Since they both have the same first name, I thought that perhaps you were on the right track.  I love Barbara Lawrence, and she should have  become a bigger star.  Arturo, your turn.

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3 hours ago, Terrence1 said:

Now you got it!  Since they both have the same first name, I thought that perhaps you were on the right track.  I love Barbara Lawrence, and she should have  become a bigger star.  Arturo, your turn.

I agree about her.  Thanks Terence.

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