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Who was in all 5 films?

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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

Good point(s). Totally agree. I didn't realize his career went into the 70s.

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Who was in:

TIME WITHOUT PITY (1957)
THE ENTERTAINER (1960)
EQUUS (1977)
THE DRESSMAKER (1988)
DENNIS THE MENACE (1993)

Joan Plowright.

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37 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

Joan Plowright.

Yes. Great, distinguished actress.

It is your turn!

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ROSALIE (1937)
TARZAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE (1942)
THE ROSE TATTOO (1955)
BACHELOR IN PARADISE (1961)
AIRPORT (1970)

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36 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

ROSALIE (1937)
TARZAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE (1942)
THE ROSE TATTOO (1955)
BACHELOR IN PARADISE (1961)
AIRPORT (1970)

Virginia Grey.

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Who was in:

THE WEDDING NIGHT (1935)
SO ENDS OUR NIGHT (1941)
THEY CAME TO BLOW UP AMERICA (1943)
LET'S LIVE A LITTLE (1948)
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE (1955)

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39 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Who was in:

THE WEDDING NIGHT (1935)
SO ENDS OUR NIGHT (1941)
THEY CAME TO BLOW UP AMERICA (1943)
LET'S LIVE A LITTLE (1948)
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE (1955)

I believe she was Sam Goldwyn's girl, but it didn't work out:

Anna Sten.

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49 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

I believe she was Sam Goldwyn's girl, but it didn't work out:

Anna Sten.

She didn't become the star in America that Goldwyn expected. But she did go on to do a bunch of films at Fox, usually as a second lead. And she married an independent producer who put her in some of his films.

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She's very good in THEY CAME TO BLOW UP AMERICA. But I think her best performance is in LET'S LIVE A LITTLE-- she's hilarious in that one. She never lost her looks, so even in her later stuff, she is still mesmerizing to watch on screen.

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Immortalized by Cole Porter:

"When Goldwyn can with great conviction
Instruct Anna Sten in diction
Then Anna shows
Anything goes."

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1 hour ago, Brrrcold said:

Immortalized by Cole Porter:

"When Goldwyn can with great conviction
Instruct Anna Sten in diction
Then Anna shows
Anything goes."

Brrrcold, I started a thread called "Briefly Lyrical". That's the kind of lyric with the kind of composer that I was wanting for participants in that thread to bandy about. It's certainly one of the more memorable clever things that Cole Porter wrote. 

Please consider playing in that thread sometime.

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15 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

Next:

 Mother Wore Tights

Vivacious Lady

The Warrior's Husband

The Girl from Missouri

I Married An Angel 

Maude Eburne?

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Thanks. 

Who was in:

COMANCHE (1956)
THE PERFECT FURLOUGH (1958)
THE ALAMO (1960)
TWO RODE TOGETHER (1961)
MR. MAJESTYK (1974)

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39 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

Linda Cristal.

Yes, lovely actress.

It is your turn.

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17 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Yes, lovely actress.

It is your turn.

THE FIREFLY (1937)
FOUR JACKS AND A JILL (1942)
WAKE OF THE RED WITCH (1948)
THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT (1956)
THE CHAPMAN REPORT (1962)

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7 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

THE FIREFLY (1937)
FOUR JACKS AND A JILL (1942)
WAKE OF THE RED WITCH (1948)
THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT (1956)
THE CHAPMAN REPORT (1962)

Gotta be Henry Daniell.

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Right. He turns up in a lot of surprising places - and frequently in G. Cukor movies.

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Who was in:

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE (1952)
THE SOUTHERNER (1945)
THE WELL-GROOMED BRIDE (1946)
FEUDIN', FUSSIN' AND A-FIGHTIN' (1948)
MR. SOFT TOUCH (1949)

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3 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Who was in:

GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE (1952)
THE SOUTHERNER (1945)
THE WELL-GROOMED BRIDE (1946)
FEUDIN', FUSSIN' AND A-FIGHTIN' (1948)
MR. SOFT TOUCH (1949)

Percy Kilbride?

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17 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

Percy Kilbride?

Correct. I figured if I mentioned one of the Ma and Pa Kettle films, it would be way too easy!

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9 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Correct. I figured if I mentioned one of the Ma and Pa Kettle films, it would be way too easy!

You could've been cagey by listing THE EGG AND I.

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7 minutes ago, Brrrcold said:

You could've been cagey by listing THE EGG AND I.

I did consider that. :) 

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OUR DAILY BREAD (1934)
THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL (1939)
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT (1940)
THUNDERBIRDS (1952)
KISS ME, STUPID (1964)

 

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