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  1. Gals: Alice Drummond, Florence "1st Woman Wawyer in Texas" Bates,

    Thelma "Queen of the Scene" Ritter, Edna Mae Oliver, Fay Bainter,

    Ellen Corby, Anna Lee, Jane Darwell, Beulah Bondi.

     

    Guys: Lewis Stone, Harry Davenport, Sam Leven, Thomas Mitchell,

    Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton, Leo G. Carroll.

  2. I was just rereading Mr. Morrow's bio on imdb and didn't realize that

    the man who was his first director on "Combat" (Boris Sagal) died within

    the same year as Morrow in almost the same way. Uncanny.

     

    I feel he had such power in the roles he played. Oft times when people

    are typecast in the movies as well as in real life, as his IMDB bio indicates,

    and forced to replay some of the same scenarios, we lose touch with the idea that there are so many avenues of change we can enact ourselves.

     

    I feel that he might have made a great character on M*A*S*H*

    or evinced a Marvinesque take on The Thin Red Line.

  3. > 1. Which classic movie did you fall asleep on even

    > though it was said to be a timeless classic?

    Love Finds Andy Hardy

     

    >

    > 2. Which classic movie would you like to co-star

    > in?

    > Out of the Past (Tourneur- Kathy first half: good, second half: bad)

    One of Jane Greer's greatest.

     

    > 3. If your house was on fire and you could only save

    > 1 DVD, which movie would you save?

    Toss up : Brief Encounter or The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

    (I guess I have commitment problems.)

    > 4. Which classic film really grew on you after

    > initially disliking the film?

    Yankee Doodle Dandy

    >

    > 5. Which classic film line is your favorite?

    How vivid! (Auntie Mame)

     

     

    >

    > 6. Which classic film had the most ridiculous

    > title?

    A Girl, A Guy and a Gob

    >

    > 7. Which classic film had the best cast with lots of

    > well-known stars?

    Alice in Wonderland, The Great Escape

    >

    > 8. Which classic film is most underated?

    Saratoga Trunk, Torch Singer

    >

    > 9. Which classic film is way too long and should be

    > shortened?

    The English Patient (sorry, not" classic" enough.)

    Razor's Edge ( I enjoyed it, but it was too LLLLLooooonnnnnggg.)

    >

    > 10. Which classic film is too overated?

    High Noon (I felt Kelly made it too "pat" because of the age difference.)

     

     

     

    >

    > 11. If you could produce a classic film, what

    > actors/actresses would you cast and what would the

    > film be about? Robert Mitchum, , Ingrid

    Bergman, , S.Z. Sakall, Florence Bates,

    Lee Marvin, Peter Lorre, Elisha Cook, Jr., and Warner Oland.

    A film noir about two lovers struggling to thwart

    uranium smugglers aboard a cruise liner bound from

    the Orient for San Francisco as they realize their love for each other

    while fending off the other scene-stealers.

     

    ..

    >

    > 12. If you had to do a love scene with a classic

    > actor/actress, who would it be?

    Robert Mitchum/Gary Cooper toss up

  4. I find the whole topic intriguing. Didn't mean to imply Cardiff was my only

    concern as far as great cinematographers are concerned.

     

    I just hope that I can view it some day. I'm even more intrigued about it now

    than before your post with the Variety review.

     

    I enjoy a wide range of films, actors, actresses, and cinematographers,

    and I enjoy reading about all these different points of view concerning film.

    Thanks for locating the info.

  5. Great insight, mythoughts and twister!

    Great shots, danthemoviefan!

     

    I hope that we keep on remembering Vic Morrow as a solid performer in his own right, and that a horrifying event like TZ never recurs just to secure the

    film in the can at the expense of well-rehearsed "special effects," cost overruns,

    and illegal labor practices.

  6. Immigrant children such as Renee Chen and My-ca Dinh are still being exploited.

     

    What also receives little media attention is that the pregnancy rate of 14 and 15-year-old female immigrants in this country is staggering, yet there is a great reluctance on the part of schools and parents to charge anyone with statutory rape. Exploiting children is sad in any decade.

     

    I'm glad someone remembered the names of Renee Chen and My-ca Dinh,

    and I'm glad there is a thread devoted to Vic Morrow.

     

    Landis' cheerful demeanor in court still haunts and hurts.

  7. I'll never forget when I saw Pepe in the theatre for the first time!

     

    We had just come back from a car trip to Mexico, and had stayed at

    a hotel where someone had just met him because he had stayed at the

    hotel or one nearby.

     

    Cantinflas was popular here and a megastar in Mexico at the time.

  8. Bama peanut butter and Bama jellies were sold in pre-Walmart era

    stores call Fed-Marts in the sixties. They were yummy!

     

    Fed-Marts were small bulk-in-bargain type stores, and the most

    popular "preserves" were the peach and strawberry variety,

    according to my vast, internal landscape of memory.

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