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About eafrn

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  1. Thank you so much! I watched a few clips of the movie on youtube and I'm certain that's the one!
  2. I am trying to find a movie about Horatio Hornblower. Not the one from the 50's starring Gregory Peck but an ealier version made in the 40's or 30's. It follows the same theme of the one from the 1950's where Hornblower, who is married, meets and falls in love with another woman while on his travels.The first time I saw it was on TCM a number of years ago. Anyone out there know which movie I'm talking about? TIA, Evelyn
  3. Oh, those beautiful, expressive eyes! Thank you, Bette Davis19 for sharing all those great photos! Below is a link to a "tribute" to B.D. on YouTube. The song Bette Davis Eyes is the background music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdXy7lGjhDY&feature=fvwrel Two of my favorite quotes by Bette Davis are below: *on longtime rival, Joan Crawford.... I wouldn't **** on her if she was on fire* Getting old is not for sissies Edited by: eafrn on Nov 6, 2011 2:04 PM Edited by: eafrn on Nov 6, 2011 2:05 PM
  4. In no particular order: Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) Schindler's List (1993) The Guns of Navarone (1961) The Great Escape (1963) Yanks (1979) - This is a sleeper that many have not seen or heard of. It stars the young Richard Gere. It's a story worth seeing! It finally came out on DVD last year! http://www.amazon.com/Yanks-Richard-Gere/dp/B0006IIPM6/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1320426326&sr=1-1
  5. Movieman1957 I love Arron Copland's music! I've not heard "Quiet City" in a long time. Thanks for the link!
  6. "Deborah's Theme,' from the soundtract of "Once Upon a time in America" Ennio Morricone composer Ennio Morricone "Deborah's Theme", live in Warsaw Below I included a different version of Deborah's Theme. I have this Yo Yo Ma album. It moves me to tears every time I listen. IMHO Morricone is a genius! From the album "Yo Yo Ma plays Ennio Morricone" 1st piece: Deborah's Theme 2nd piece: Cockeye's Song 3rd piece: main theme from the soundtrack "Once upon a time in America"
  7. It's been brutally cold here in the Midwest. I am SO ready for Spring!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSw7CcAXPWk
  8. I think the movie you are referring to is _Imitation of Life_ (1959) Starring Lana Turner, John Gavin and Sandra Dee Back Street (1961) Stars _Susan Hayward_, John Gavin and Vera Miles
  9. Shirley Horn - One of the greatest female jazz singers, bar none! Also an accomplished pianist. Below is her beautiful rendition of the song, "Here's to Life," from her album of the same name. I love the lyrics to this song. Close your eyes while you listen...it feels like she's singing you a lullaby. Rest in Peace, Shirley.
  10. The "Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori" at the end of the film means, "It is sweet and proper to die for one's country." The film Johnny Got His Gun ends with this saying, along with casualty statistics since World War I.
  11. > {quote:title=MOVIEOFDREAMS wrote:}{quote} > Strangely enough I had copied that list entitled Movie Dubbers quite a while ago and then forgot all about it...it is an extensive list and a good resource for any movie buff. You're welcome. This was the first time I became aware of that website and was amazed at the extent of information offered. As it states..... "This list is a result of more than forty years of compulsive- obsessive data-gathering....." I guess a little OCD ain't a bad thing
  12. LATIN LOVERS (1953): Carlos Ramirez for Ricardo Montalban I found the info from the link below. The movie titles are alphabetized. http://www.barbaralea.com/Dubbers/dubberslist.html
  13. Beautiful rendition, movieman. I've not heard of Jane Olivor. So much talent out there! Speaking of Rainbows.... Have a listen to "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," sung by the extraordinary talented Eva Cassidy...a beautiful young lady who left this earth far to soon. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccCnL8hArW8 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eva_Cassidy
  14. Cinemafan - I hope this link works for you. Another Buffalo Springfield:
  15. Composer John Barry who won an Oscar for best music and original score for Out of Africa. Each one of us is touched by music in our own way. Every time I hear the soundtrack from Out of Africa it brings tears to my eyes, especially the scene where Meryl Streep and Robert Redford are flying over Africa in his biplane. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_fAEdw7ts0
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