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  1. Thanks for these photos. The photo of Vic Morrow is great. He was a very handsome man in his younger days.
  2. thanks for all your hard work in posting these wonderful photos!
  3. The photo appears to be Kim Hunter, not Phyllis Thaxter.
  4. Do you have any idea why Marlon in smiling so much in that photo?
  5. I would love to see a candid photo of William Holden if anyone has it. Also, this is a wonderful thread!
  6. An even better lookalike of Anthony Weiner is Ron Palillo, the late actor who played Arnold Horshack on Welcome Back Kotter. Please put their photos side by side. The resemblence is amazing.
  7. I'd love to see a SUTS for Vic Morrow. If not, at least TCM should try to get some of those 1950's films he was in - or early 1960's films. There are quite a few you can't find on DVD which I'd love to see. Blackboard Jungle is probably his best film - but he did make many others.
  8. I see there is a tv film out on DVD called "A Step Out of Time" from 1971 with Vic Morrow, Peter Falk and Peter Lawford. Has anyone ever seen this film?
  9. Thanks - was a little afraid to click on the link. I have never seen this film before. I hope TCM can play this film. I didn't see it on You Tube. Did Vic Morrow ever play a leading man in a romantic part in any of his films or tv appearances?
  10. I've seen that episode on Barbara Stanwyck show where Morrow guest stars. He really never put in a single bad performance. I think TCM will just stick to movies and not classic tv or variety type shows. What I would love to see is the films where Vic Morrow played Dutch Schultz and also one where he was disgruntled worker - I think it was called "hell's five hours". Does anyone know where these films can be found? I don't think they are out on DVD and TCM never shows them either. This was a great actor.
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