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  1. I tried to find that one but couldn't. Do you remember any of the actors? Did it seem to be a foreign film? When you say you saw the film 50 years ago, did you mean that was a new film at the time made about 1955 or was it an older movie that you just happened to see in the 1950's ???
  2. This plot sounds astounding. I've never seen that one!
  3. > Robert Osborne is the best interviewer of movie > stars. He knows when to shut up. He knows when to say > a few words, and he knows how to get the people to > gabbing like they and we are all in the same family. > > Osborne is so much better than Dick Cavett. That's true. I loved the recent interview with former child stars. That was so enjoyable I watched it twice.
  4. "Son of Lassie" (1945) Peter Lawford. Laddie is the son of Lassie and he ends up in the army going behind enemy lines to deliver messages. He has to crawl on his belly while gun fire is all around him. Later Laddie appears to suffer post traumatic stress disorder and is going to be taken some where.....but manages to escape and find his way back to his remote village . "The Three Lives of Tomasina" (1963) Disney movie about an orange tabby in a quaint English village. "Meet The Parents" (2000) Robert Deniro, Ben Stiller. I loved Deniro's pampering of Mr. Jinx and t
  5. > Has anyone brought up Now, Voyager on here yet? I > just lose it when Bette Davis says "No one's ever > called me darling before" > > Brad Yes, that was sad, although in the end Bette seemed to be content with how things turned out. She still had the companionship of Tina's father. Dark Victory was also sad.....at the end she knows she's going blind but she keeps it from her husband and manages to pack his suitcause for his trip. She doesn't let him know.
  6. She should have won an Academy Award for Stella Dallas !!!! My favorite Stanwcyk films: Ball of Fire The Lady Eve Christmas In Connecticut Ladies They Talk About Night Nurse Stella Dallas
  7. Incredible too when you think that from the age of 3 she was an orphan growing up in foster homes in tough neighborhoods of Brooklyn being passed from place to place.
  8. Well.....I feel a little embarassed that I can watch "Mr. Blandlings Builds His Dream House" ; "Houseboat" over and over and never tire of them. I also love the Doris Day comedies......"Please Don't Eat the Daisies" ; "Pillow Talk" ; "That Touch of Mink" ; "The Thrill of It All"; "Send Me no Flowers"
  9. OK I guess I'll go first " I love Don Knotts movies~ The Incredible Mr. Limpet and The Shakiest Gun In The West Lol" LOL! I once searched high and low to find a copy of Mr. Limpet to purchase!!!
  10. That movie is one of my all time favorites. No matter how many times I see it I get such a kick out of it. No current day actor could pull this off like Cary Grant does. "If you Ain't Eatin' Wham you Ain't Eatin' Ham!" Message was edited by: pjkitten
  11. > Penny Serenade makes me cry buckets. It's one of > those movies that every time I see it I tell myself > I'm not going to cry, but do. Field of Dreams makes > me cry because I would love to have 5 minutes with my > dad again, what a gift to get a do over. Bambi was > traumatic when I first saw it. I remember everyone > cried in the theater. I think that was the first time > I saw my dad cry. > My husband hasn't seen Old Yeller since he was a kid > because he just can't stand knowing a dog is going > to die. > y youngest son can't make it thro
  12. You're welcome. It was a cute movie. I see it's even available on DVD now !
  13. Yes, I know the movie you mean. It's called: "It Should Happen To You" However the actress who plays the lead role is: Judy Holliday, not Jean Hagen. I think they look a little a like. Here's the plot of the movie: "Gladys Glover has just lost her modelling job when she meets filmmaker Pete Sheppard shooting a documentary in Central Park. For Pete it's love at first sight, but Gladys has her mind on other things -- like making a name for herself. Through a fluke of advertising she winds up with her name plastered over 10 billboards throughout city. Suddenly all of New York i
  14. > I did tape this movie, and I'd be glad to send it > along to you if possible. Please PM me here, and I'll > check the tape out and get back to you. > > Max Max, I did send you a PM. I would be willing to send your copy back to you, after I make a copy. Thanks.
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