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  1. oh yes....i forgot

    they both went to dewitt clinton high school

    and i think the term colourful, tipped me off.....

    that was a term my great grandmother used to describe her son.....

    she always thought it sounded more pleasant......

    strange but i guess no more than how the term gay originated......which really means happy....

    cheers

    karith

  2. are you speaking of...

    george cukor and stanley kramer?

    both were from new york

    both were nominated for best director but only cukor won the oscar....

    cukor was known for his sunday parties....

    and both worked with tracy/hepburn....

  3. are you talking about jean the"vitagraph dog"

    the first dog hero

    here manager would be laurence trimble.

    and after her death in 1916, he later went on to work with another dog star "strongheart"

    both paved the way for later stars like rin tin tin, lassie, and airbud :)

    this is my daughters favorite genre of film...

    karith

  4. man have i become addicted? :)

     

    okay who am i?

     

    as well as being a director, i have had my share of time in front of the camera. (although some are uncredited.)

    i have been in movies with the likes of gary cooper, bob hope, and gloria swanson.

    who am i?

     

    karith

  5. afternoon dan,

    you are Peter Greene

    born in Montclair, Nj.

    you stand 6 feet 3 inches

    you were trained at the lee strasberg theater institute, where you were in several plays before going into film

    the improvised scene is from "usual suspects" where you flicked a lit cigarette into stephen baldwins face.

    the actor you got "up close and personal" with was Ving Rhames, in pulp fiction, a memorable scene where you play a character named "ZED"

    and you do have publicized demons (although i can't seem to find anything)

    thanks

    karith

  6. hi dan,

    this is a good one,

    most of his movies deal with social misfits, but the one i am thinking of is

    "atame"

    which in english is supposed to be "tie-me-up,tie-me-down"

    and although i have never been able to figure out what atame means, i always thought it was "love"

    it just looks similar to the french version of "love" which i believe is "ataime"

    well now that i have broken down my theory.....

    wow long post :)

    karith

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