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Everything posted by edonline

  1. *Richard Burton* was drinking buddies with a few actors from the UK, including Richard Harris and *Peter O'Toole*
  2. Harold Lloyd didn't have a prosthetic hand. While working with an low-charged explosive, it went off and blew off one of his thumbs. To make up for the loss while filming, he wore gloves so the missing thumb couldn't be seen.
  3. *Janet Leigh* Janet Leigh's parents worked at a ski resort and her father managed the front desk where he often had a photo of his daughter. The photo led to Janet getting a break into show business when she got a screen test after the photo caught the attention of actress *Norma Shearer*
  4. *Joan Crawford* was meant to star in *From Here to Eternity* but when she became too demanding, her role went to *Deborah Kerr*
  5. *The Last Time I Saw Archie* A specific location under direct solar exposure
  6. I always thought he looked like Captain Marvel ("*Shazam!*")
  7. *Gwyneth Paltrow* was Maid of Honor at Madonna's wedding to British film director *Guy Ritchie*
  8. http://www.popeater.com/2010/03/24/robert-culp-dead-i-spy/ 'I Spy' Star Robert Culp Dies After Fall at Home By PopEater Staff Posted Mar 24th 2010 05:17PM Robert Culp, who shot to fame as an actor thanks to his Kelly Robinson role in 'I Spy' in the 1960s, died on Wednesday after the 79-year-old actor hit his head during a fall near his Hollywood home. According to the Los Angeles Times, Culp hit his head after falling while walking on Wednesday morning and was found by a jogger who then called 911 shortly after 11 a.m. Culp was pronounced dead shortly after at Queen of Angels ho
  9. *Robert DeNiro* turned down the role of Jesus in *The Last Temptation of Christ*, with the role eventually going to *Willem Dafoe*
  10. *Richard Widmark* was the step-father of Amy Fonda, daughter of Susan Blanchard and *Henry Fonda*
  11. *Darren Aronofsky* had some acclaim with his 1998 film *Pi*. Speaking of which, they served some mighty fine pie at the diner in the town of Twin Peaks which was featured in the 1992 film *Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me* which was directed by *David Lynch*
  12. Mr. Cash with wings = *Johnny Angel* An adolescent lycanthrope, that was my existence
  13. *Mario Lanza* made a few movies and one of his most famous and best roles was in *The Great Caruso* as Enrico Caruso, the famous Italian tenor and one of the greatest male operatic singer in history. No relation to the tenor, despite the same last name, is less than the greatest actor *David Caruso*
  14. *Carol Burnett* during the run of the eponymous *The Carol Burnett Show* spoofed many Hollywood classic films, with Carol playing the leading lady. One such spoof caught the attention of the REAL leading lady who found it hilarious and who wrote Carol Burnett a fan letter, prompting the star to appear as a guest. The spoof was a take-off of *Sunset Blvd.* and the star was *Gloria Swanson*
  15. *Hedy Lamarr* sued, but settled out of court with, Mel Brooks for making fun of her name in *Blazing Saddles*, in which the character Hedley Lamarr was played by *Harvey Korman*
  16. *Abbott and Costello* were inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2009. Among the others joining them were music performer and occasional actor Jon Bon Jovi and the incomparable *Jerry Lewis*
  17. *Claire Bloom* One of Claire Bloom's most recent appearances was in the last season's two-part finale of *Doctor Who*. Also making a cameo appearance in the show was *Timothy Dalton*
  18. > {quote:title=hamradio wrote:}{quote} > Here's a site where you can buy some http://www.polishposter.com/ > > I'm trying to understand the "Kill Bill" poster, very strange - I don't get it. This poster? http://www.polishposter.com/images/4731.jpg I believe it's meant to be the sword which The Bride uses throughout the movie. Compare it to the original teaser poster. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cf/Kill_bill_vol_one_ver.jpg
  19. Some of these are very cool and I would love to have them hanging on my walls at home. Others are very... unique. http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/gallery/2010/mar/06/polish-film-posters-homework?picture=359992026
  20. Tim Burton has a version of *Alice in Wonderland* with Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter opening March 5th. It appears to be very true to Burton's style of film-making so some will probably not like it immediately. I loved this movie from 1903 though. It's amazing what people could do in the very earliest stages of film.
  21. BFIfilms ? February 25, 2010 ? The first-ever film version of Lewis Carroll's tale has recently been restored by the BFI National Archive from severely damaged materials. Made just 37 years after Lewis Carroll wrote his novel and eight years after the birth of cinema, the adaptation was directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow, and was based on Sir John Tenniel's original illustrations. In an act that was to echo more than 100 years later, Hepworth cast his wife as the Red Queen, and he himself appears as the Frog Footman. Even the Cheshire cat is played by a family pet. With a running
  22. (Lipton) *Tea For Two* Creating melodic vocalizations during a downpour
  23. *Fred (Frederick) Pierce* served as executive producer for the movie *Money Train* which starred Wesley Snipes and *Woody Harrelson*
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