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  1. You're welcome. I just thought of another one: Francis Marion, the soldier from Georgia portayed by Vincent Price in 1944's THE EVE OF ST. MARK, was inordinately fond of Cuba Libres.
  2. And, uh, which version do you prefer? (Wink, wink.)
  3. Welcome, Amanda: Coral Chandler, the femme fatale portrayed by Lizabeth Scott in the Bogart movie DEAD RECKONING, was partial to Ramos Gin Fizzes.
  4. > {quote:title=joefilmone wrote:}{quote} > What I really would love to see is that Mexican produced "Santa Claus". Here's a review I wrote a couple years ago. It's about one third of the way down the page: http://forums.tcm.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=102195&start=105&start=0
  5. I think it's THE LADY TAKES A SAILOR, 1949, with Jane Wyman and Dennis Morgan. It shows up on TCM from time to time.
  6. Sounds like THE DESERT SONG, 1953, with Gordon MacRae and Kathryn Grayson.
  7. You're thinking of DONDI, from 1961, with David Janssen, Patti Page and David Kory.
  8. > {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote} > Anne in THE DEVIL COMMANDS almost cancels out GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT, lol! > > I'm warming up to her in NATIONAL VELVET, and I did like her in DRAGONWYCK. She's also kind of fun as "Crazy Mary" in THE THIN MAN GOES HOME.
  9. > {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote} > nightwalker, your wife is a lucky woman! Yes, so I keep telling her...
  10. It could be THE JUDGE STEPS OUT, 1949, with Alexander Knox and Ann Sothern.
  11. > {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote} >I wanted to know the backstory on "Mrs. Walters". What could have turned her into that unholy >piece of ice?? Why, Mr. Walters, of course.
  12. ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT, 1953, features a subplot of this description with Stewart Granger and Betta St. John.
  13. It could be FIVE BRANDED WOMEN, 1960, with Sylvana Mangano & Jeanne Moreau. The action of this film takes place in Yugoslavia, however, not France.
  14. I don't know about a television show with "twin detectives," but this is also the ending of the film CONFIDENTIAL AGENT, 1945, with Charles Boyer and Lauren Bacall. Boyer plays a Spanish agent sent to Britain in the 1930s to buy coal to prevent its use in the manufacture of munitions by Fascists. As part of a plot to stop and discredit him, enemy agents murder a young girl by means of defenestration at the rooming house where he is staying and frame him for the deed. However, Dan Seymour, playing an East Indian named Mr. Muckerji, has observed the actual murderer in the act of committing th
  15. The film you are seeking is a Mexican horror film originally released in the USA in 1962 entitled THE WITCH'S MIRROR. It was put out a few years ago on DVD by Casa Negra, so you should be able to find a copy at Amazon or e-Bay or similar sites.
  16. You may be thinking of the 1974 TV-Movie WHERE HAVE ALL THE PEOPLE GONE with Peter Graves.
  17. This film was released on VHS several years ago. I saw several copies available at amazon, so if you check that and similar sites, you should be able to come up with a copy for a relatively minimal amount of money.
  18. THE LIQUIDATOR, 1965, with Rod Taylor, based on a series of novels featuring the character Boysie Oakes by John Gardner.
  19. How about THE MIRACLE WORKER, 1962 (the story of Helen Keller)?
  20. It could also be THE MANSION OF MADNESS, 1973, a Mexican version of Poe's "The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether," which features the inmates taking over the asylum.
  21. Another possiblity would be either of the two versions of THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET, 1934 or 1957.
  22. > {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote} > The old je ne sais quoi! Mais oui! > Geez, I haven't seen CREATION OF THE HUMANOIDS. Is that the one where they've got blue skin and are called Clickers or Clackers or something? Can't imagine Dudley as anything BUT florid, lol. Yes, that's the one. (It's "clickers," by the way.) And yes, Dudley is quite a bit more restrained in this one, but still quite entertaining. > I'm going to see if this is on YouTube. > > I'll make it a double feature with KILLERS FROM SPACE. If it isn't, some company called Dark
  23. > {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote} > Here is an alien someone actually knitted. Note the belly button. It's only got one eye, though: I like it, Bronxie. It has a certain savoir-faire. And speaking of savoir-faire, it's always struck me that this movie was missing something (besides decent acting, intelligent scripting and competent special effects, that is) and I have at last figured it out. It needs Dudley Manlove! Not the floridly declarative Manlove we all recall from PLAN 9, but the more sedate and mechanical Manlove from CREATION OF THE HUMANOIDS. Just imagi
  24. Most likely, the film you saw was 1953's SABRE JET, with Robert Stack.
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