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    Lee J. Cobb, Karl Malden, and Rod Steiger for Supporting Actor in On the Waterfront. James Caan, Robert Duvall, and Al Pacino for Supporting Actor in The Godfather. Robert de Niro, Michael V. Gazzo, and Lee Strasberg for Supporting Actor in The Godfather Part II. Dianne Wiest and Jennifer Tilly for Supporting Actress in Bullets over Broadway. Shirley MacLaine was not happy she shared her Best Actress nomination with Anne Bancroft in The Turning Point.
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    Sunset Blvd. Next: Picking Flowers
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    Humphrey Bogart as Rick in Casablanca. Peter O'Toole as T.E. Lawrence in Lawrence of Arabia. Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate. Louise Fletcher as Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
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    O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
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    POLITICO @politico House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is rescinding his endorsement of GOP congressional candidate Ted Howze after POLITICO uncovered dozens of derogatory social media posts from his accounts McCarthy yanks Howze endorsement after 'disappointing' social media posts In a statement, the House GOP leader said "hateful rhetoric has no place within the Republican Party." politico.com 7:00 PM · May 25, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.
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    Lauren Werner @LaurenWern Some people scratch their head and wonder who writes his speeches. Clearly someone dumber than he is because the result speaks for itself. 4:37 PM · May 25, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
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    Y'know, I mentioned Joad in one of the posts I claim had disappeared. And John Ford was so adept at creating so much chaos under that bridge that(to me) it wasn't clear if Tom clopped the guy who smashed Casey's head, "Plum to squash", the guy who "sapped" him upside the head, or just the guy who was closest. Whichever the case, it seems SOMEBODY in the scene got away with murder. Sepiatone
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    Wild in the Country (1961) Next: Wild in the Streets (1968)
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    I love this cat sooooo much.
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    Budapest is indeed a beautiful city. I was there when it was still Communist. I was young, had a backpack and spent a very strange night sleeping in the Eastern Railway Station, after having been questioned about my behaviour by the police. One of the the strangest nights of my life.
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    That's a hard one. I haven't watched the show in a while. Maybe "Flu Attack." All the girls get the flu just before going to a big party. Next: Favorite Beatles album
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    Herodius, played by Rita Gam in "King of Kings"
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    3. Bernard Hermann composed the score.
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    The Deer Hunter. next: swimming pool.
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    When will you do the same for Donald Trump’s social media posts!?!?!
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    Gosh, for some reason I suddenly want to visit Vienna again. (...nice rendition here)
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    Gallagher, Susan - Judy Garland in Ziegfeld Girl
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    Philadelphia Story, The (1940)
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    When watching D-DAY, THE SIXTH OF JUNE, who should show up, and uncredited, as Col. Timmer's(Edmond O'Brien) driver? Why... The often uncredited DABBS GREER, whose nearly 100 movie appearances were largely uncredited. But, there he is! EVERYWHERE! And, luckily, given credit billings in well over 100 TV appearances (or more) as an equal number of varied characters. From the nicest and sweetest of guys to the scum of the Earth, Dabbs has covered them all! I'd go so far as to say that Dabbs almost has as recognizable a character actor face as CHARLES LANE. But of course, Dabbs would have needed to live WAY past his 90 years to even come close to Lane's filmography, but who can say? If not for the kidney failure and heart disease, he might have made it! Now, I do watch(and some would say too much) a lot of "retro" TV shows, and catch Dabbs in many of them, as(at different times) a newspaper reporter on THE GEORGE BURNS AND GRACIE ALLEN SHOW, then a couple days later as an elevator operator in another episode of the same show. And it may not be the only one, but his "uncredited" role in "D-Day" wasn't listed in his filmography, and maybe not the only one not on the list. Sepiatone
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    Raw Story @RawStory President roasted for 'a lie of colossal Trumpian proportions' by St. Louis newspaper President roasted for ‘a lie of colossal Trumpian proportions’ by St. Louis newspaper President Donald Trump’s attempts to blame former President Barack Obama for America’s COVID-19 response were fact-checked in a new editorial by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “Woe is Donald Trump. The... rawstory.com 6:47 PM · May 25, 2020·Hootsuite Inc.
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    Presumed Innocent (1990) Next: The Fugitive (1993) two w/ Harrison Ford
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    Dolores Gray was in Kismet with Ann Blyth
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    Fulton, Polly -- Barbara Stanwyck in B.F.'s Daughter (1948)
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    Executive Suite (1954) Next: Vietnam War
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    Django Reinhardt sounds to me like he could've lent his "gypsy jazz style" to The Third Man atmosphere:
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    JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG -- Maximilian Schell and Spencer Tracy both up for Best Actor AMADEUS -- F. Murray Abraham & Tom Hulce for Best Actor
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    Your "Laura" study reinforces my impression of your avatar/moniker: Django Reinhardt! Speaking of impressions and Django Reinhardt, jamesjazzguitar, you might appreciate the following if somehow overlooked:
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    You're apology is accepted but frankly I can't recall anything where an apology was in order. As for escapism; yea, we all want that and these last few months have provided a lot of time for it; For me that means learning to play songs that I have wanted to for a long time like Laura from the 1944 movie of the same name;
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    CNN Politics @CNNPolitics Democrats see Elizabeth Warren as a rising VP contender as coronavirus reshuffles the 2020 race https://cnn.it/2XuHbsu 11:58 AM · May 25, 2020·SocialFlow
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    Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman in Midnight Cowboy
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    Anne Baxter & Bette Davis, rather fittingly, for Best Actress in All About Eve
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    NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY (1968)
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    Peter O'Toole & Richard Burton for Best Actor in Becket Burt Lancaster & Montgomery Clift for Best Actor in From Here to Eternity Tony Curtis & Sidney Poitier for Best Actor in The Defiant Ones
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    A few.... Wallace Beery as Long John Silver in Treasure Island Charles Laughton as Quasimoto in The Hunchback of Notre Dame Vivian Leigh as Blanche Dubois in Streetcar Named Desire Ava Gardner as Kitty in The Killers Humphrey Bogart as Fred C. Dobbs in The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre Jean Peters as Candy in Pickup on South Street Gloria Grahame as Marianna in Naked Alibi Marlon Brando as Stanley Kowalski in Streetcar Named Desire Kim Novak as Polly the Pistol and Dean Martin as Deano in Kiss Me Stupid Orson Welles as Hank Quinlan in Touch of Evil Harry Belafonte as Ingram in Odds Against Tomorrow Steve McQueen as Captain Virgil Hilts "The Cooler King in The Great Escape Eli Wallach as Tuco Ramierez in The Good The Bad And The Ugly a Jane Fonda as Brabarella in Barbarella Lee Van Cleef as Col. Douglas Mortimer in For A Few Dollars More James Garner as Marlowe in Marlowe Clint Eastwood as Joe-Manco-Blondie in the first three Leone Westerns Sidney Poitier as Tibbs in In The Heat Of The Night Helen Mirren as Cora in Age of Consent GianMaria Volonte as El Indio in For A Few Dollars More Rod Taylor (with Suzy Kendall) as Travis McGee in Darker Than Amber Michael Cain as Carter in Get Carter Valerie Perrine as Honey Bruce in Lenny Richard Roudtree as John Shaft in Shaft Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver Warren Oates as Bennie in Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia Giancarlo Giannini as Pasqualino Frafuso aka Settebellezze in Seven Beauties Frederic Forrest as Dash Hammett in Hammett
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    Yep! And if HE isn't in something, then usually either Whit Bissell, William Schallert or Richard Anderson are almost sure to be, anyway. (...saaay, ya know, I think I recall this one Perry Mason episode where all FOUR of 'em were in it...naaah, jus' kiddin')
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    Actually, the storyline for the film Rebecca was changed from the book to make Rebecca's death more accidental. In the book, Max kills her deliberately after she goads him one time too many. However, as in the film, Rebecca has a form of cancer and in effect is asking for an easy death. The censors at the time wouldn't allow the book's version in the film.
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    Thanks for reminding me of that one! One of my favorite Kay Francis movies.
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    Actor Adam Williams' resolution, he who played one of James Mason's henchmen named Valerian and who threw the knife into the back of actor Philip Ober in the U.N. Building, ends up meeting his fateful end near the end of the movie, and while tussling with Cary Grant on the face of Mt. Rushmore and whereupon he falls to his death. (...and I know this because I just watched this flick for the umpteenth time on TCM just a week ago or so)
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    GIVE MY REGARDS TO BROADWAY (1948)
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