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Who would you rather meet?

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The problem with meeting Bowie is , he didn't like to talk about anything interesting. Especially the past. Mick probably wouldn't stop talking :lol: . For this question, my choice would be Jagger but, Its Keith I would want to talk to.

SUTS yesterday or tomorrow: Red Skelton or Humphrey Bogart ?

 

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7 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

I'd rather meet Charlie Watts or Bill Wyman--

But absolutely David Bowie.....

Next:

 John Lennon or Paul McCartney?

You beat me :). McCartney, us Lefties have to stick together !

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4 minutes ago, GGGGerald said:

The problem with meeting Bowie is , he didn't like to talk about anything interesting. Especially the past. Mick probably wouldn't stop talking :lol: . For this question, my choice would be Jagger but, Its Keith I would want to talk to.

SUTS yesterday or tomorrow: Red Skelton or Humphrey Bogart ?

 

I love Red Skelton. But Bogie is sexy!

Next: Lucy or Desi?

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Can I say neither?  Lucy, if I had to pick.

 

Inspired by the Princess of Tap...

Next:  Eleanor Powell or Ann Miller?

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Peebs, I actually met Ann Miller when she was doing "Sugar Babies" in Kansas City.

But that really doesn't matter; the answer would always be Eleanor Powell.

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Elizabeth Taylor or Marilyn Monroe?

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Marilyn Monroe.  With the myth and mystique surrounding Monroe, it might be interesting to talk to the real person.

Next:  Greta Garbo or Marlene Dietrich?

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I never could understand anything Garbo said in English oh, so I'd have to opt for Marlene Dietrich.

Since Dietrich  KNEW everybody who was worth knowing in show business in America and Europe, she would be a great choice.

Next:

 Phil Silvers or Jackie Gleason

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Jean Simmons for her co-stars

Next:  Lana Turner or Lauren Bacall?

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Lana Turner accomplished her career on her own and owned up to her own mistakes in life.

You can learn a lot from a person like that.

Next:

Spencer Tracy or Katharine Hepburn

 

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Spencer Tracy.  I've seen interviews with Hepburn, read her books, and even made brownies using her recipe.  So I'd pick Tracy to get to know him better.

 

Next:  Oliver Reed or Richard Harris?

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(Oliver Reed always scared me and probably some other people too.)

 I really liked Richard Harris' recordings like " MacArthur Park ".

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Richard Burton or Peter O'Toole

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O'Toole...Burton always seemed to believe his own press...

next--comedic relief: Patsy Kelly or Zasu Pitts

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2 hours ago, shutoo said:

O'Toole...Burton always seemed to believe his own press...

next--comedic relief: Patsy Kelly or Zasu Pitts

 You really put me on the spot with this one-- I'm crazy about both those ladies.

But Patsy won the Tony for Ruby Keeler's Broadway tap dance comeback,  "No, No, Nanette". So I'd want to hear all about that.

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Al Pacino or Dustin Hoffman

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Dustin Hoffman.  I like both actors but it seems like Hoffman would be more chatty and more of a yarn-spinner.

Next:  Julie Christie or Michael Caine?

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Lassie.  With Flipper you'd be limited to the water.  You could take Lassie places.  

Next:  Claude Rains or James Mason?

 

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Claude Rains was one of the best actors of The Golden Era and actually taught Olivier in acting school. He also like to explain to people about the techniques used in " The Invisible Man ".

Next:

Frankenstein's James Whale or Dracula's Tod Browning

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Browning, because I like his movie better.

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Charles Laughton or Twiggy

 

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Charles Laughton.  I think he'd be much more interesting than Twiggy.

Next:  Ava Gardner or Rita Hayworth

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George Sanders although Errol would probably be more fun

next:  Cyd Charisse or Leslie Caron

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Cary Grant.  Definitely Cary Grant.

Next Barbara Stanwyck or Bette Davis?

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