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Everything posted by tibor_bardot

  1. Eyes Without a Face is this friday in Canadian programming i cant wait for that one unfortunately us canucks won't be able to see La Terra Trema
  2. thats some funny stuff, Greta lol
  3. yes, i've seen both films. i enjoyed Der Untergang more than the documentary though.
  4. i am DEFINITELY watching all four of those movies! what a treat that day will be. didnt Fellini have a role in making Paisan and I, Vitelloni?
  5. what does that cue have to do with BB?
  6. simply magnificent! keep them coming, bitte we need to see more Brigitte movies on TCM, the last one i saw was "A very private affair" some of those pictures i've never seen before! and i thought i've seen them all Great job Dan.
  7. did anyone catch it last night??? it just gets better with each view
  8. excellent photos you beat me to starting a Bardot thread lol
  9. i will for sure, as i'm part Deutsch! thanks for the suggestion Garbo
  10. so we are lol. dont i feel stupid now i hear Max is an awesome director also TCM definitely needs more foreign cinema in programming i will start an Italian thread soon, but until then....did anyone catch "Two Women" last night with Sopia Loren? it was quite magical
  11. i would LOVE to see La Ronde also. With Roger Vadim, Jane Fonda, Anna Karina and Catherine Deneuve's older sister; how could it go wrong? has anyone else seen the lesser known films of new wave director Roger Vadim???
  12. wonderful! i agree, Alain Delon was quite the charmer back in the day. I thought he was hilarious in Bride sur le cou, La (Please Not Now!).
  13. Hello everyone, i'm a huge fan of French cinema and European cinema in general. My favourite director is Jean-luc Godard. Who are you favourite directors, actors, actresses and films in general?
  14. Cat People is definitely cult, i'd love to see it on TCM......mmmm...Natassja Kinski...
  15. couldn't have put it better myself
  16. the first one sounds similar to "Bridge on the River Kwai"....except Alec Guiness didnt have a rifle in his confinement.
  17. in no particular order... 1. The Longest Day 2. Stalag 17 3. Platoon 4. Forrest Gump 5. Das Boot 6. Sink the Bismarck! 7. Full Metal Jacket 8. Dr. Strangelove 9. Run Silent, Run Deep 10. The Enemy Below
  18. ah, what a great comedy. Hepburn is delightful and O'Toole is charming. I bought it in a store for about $10 new
  19. could be from the movie "Pal Joey" with Kim Novak; although i'm not certain
  20. What classic actor would you most like to see in a Superman costume? Jimmy Stewart What classic actor would you least like to see in a Superman costume? Gene Wilder What classic actor would you cast as Moses in Ten Commandments (other than Charlton Heston)? hmmm......Marlon Brando? What classic actor would you cast as Robin Hood other than Errol Flynn? Clark Gable What classic actor had the biggest.....ears? didnt pay enough attention to that.... What classic actor would have made a great President and why? Katherine Hepburn. No Reason What classic actor had the most books written about them? dont keep up with that What classic actors would you like to send to the moon on a one-way spaceship? Gene Wilder, Eli Wallach, Mel Brooks Which classic actor would you most like to bump in the backside with your shopping cart? Marlene Dietrich What classic actor would you most like to be stuck in an elevator with and why? Brigitte Bardot. well now, that info isnt exactly rated G.... What classic actor would you least like to be stuck in an elevator with and why? Woody Allen. because of the stench What classic actor that you like made one of the worst movies you ever saw? Jack Nicholson - everything he made after the 70's What classic actor's name did you like so much that you would have liked to name your child that name? Kim Novak What classic actor's first name couldn't you stand? Humphrey....you know who i'm talking about What classic actor had the nicest, chiseled facial features? Gregory Peck What classic actor had the most craggy face? Hal Hooper What classic actor had the worst teeth? Zero Mostel What classic actor most resembles your first high-school crush? Patricia Neal What classic actor would you love to find laying next to you in bed when you awake in the morning? Ursula Andress What classic actor would you most like to have a candlelight dinner with? Audrey Hepburn What classic actor had the funniest walk? John Cleese lol What classic actor would be a perfect contestant on Deal or No Deal and why? Robert Mitchum What classic actor do you feel is the greatest actor who ever lived and why? couldnt answer that question, but i think Marlon Brando was quite good
  21. gotta go with "The Wild One", Mr. Brando
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