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Garbo fan

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  • Birthday 04/22/1967

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  1. a shorter version was shown at the Casablanca screening.
  2. is this it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSi2gGQoefQ if so, they also played a variation of it at the Casablanca screening... Edited by: Garbo_fan on Mar 5, 2014 3:07 AM
  3. show the original. the version WITHOUT Raymond Burr...
  4. I went with my girlfriend to see Richard Pryor. After the show we were leaving and i noticed a Huge Limo parked next to a door in the back of the building and a small crowd gathering. So we walked over to the Limo and waited and waited and waited and the door opens and Arsenio Hall walks out and says the Mr. Pryor had already left in the first Limo. Liar Liar. Some of the people then just walked away. But not me, I waited for awhile longer and it Payed Off. just this Christmas i saw Jesus Christ Superstar for the second time and i decided to wait for an autograph at the side entrance after t
  5. they're both very good. i prefer the '57 version...
  6. i'm not a huge fan of Basil Rathbone, but he was a great actor. i used to not like watching movies with him in it because i absolutely HATED the evil characters he played. such as: Mr. Murdstone in David Copperfield Levasseur in Captain Blood Gorotchenko in Tovarich Richard, Duke of Gloucester in Tower of London then i realized i hated the characters so much because he was so good at playing them. i still prefer William Powell though. BTW, when the hell is Tovarich going to get a DVD?
  7. she's great in Portrait Of Jennie and Since You Went Away, but i also love We Were Strangers and The Barretts of Wimpole Street Message was edited by: Garbo_fan
  8. favorite is Lionel in You Can't Take It With You. fave for the brothers together is Ars?ne Lupin.
  9. Cimarron The White Cliffs of Dover
  10. > This brings to mind my puzzlement as to why someone > found it necessary to colorize some of the Laurel & > Hardy shorts. I find it completely unnecessary on Spike TV you can order a Three Stooges box set, but they've all been colorized. why?
  11. it's a toss-up between Yankee Doodle Dandy and Mata Hari. YDD because of all the red, white and blue (bazillion flags, costumes) in it. but then i can just imagine that dress Garbo wears, the whole thing looks like Dorothy's ruby slippers. ooh, hot. i think Patton would have been good in B&W...
  12. mom says it was Robin Hood or Snow White, but i was 3 or 4 and don't remember it. the first movie i do remember seeing would be Star Wars. the first drive in movies i remember seeing were a pair of Christopher Lee dogs, End of the World and Starship Invasions in 1977 or 1978.
  13. > I think of biopics as movies with music in them, > unlike musicals wherein the songs carry on the > dialog. Some have already been mentioned, but there > is also: > Yankie Doodle Dandy - Story of George M. Cohan > - Cagney & Richard Whorf - 1942 exactly. to me YDD is not a musical, i only list it as a favorite musical because i don't feel like arguing about it the song and dance numbers are the entertainment within the story, not part of the telling of the story. as i've said before and still believe, people just don't burst into song during a n
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