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  1. Bette Davis in Pocket Full of Miracles Freddie Bartholomew in Captians Courageus Debbie Reynolds in The Unsikable Molly Brown Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman William Powell in My Man Godfrey Eddie Arnold in You Can't Take it With You Barbara Stanwyck in Remember the Night Micky Rooney in Boys Town
  2. "Move Over Darling" 1963 A remake of "My Favorite Wife" The stars were Doris Day and James Garner Is a possibility
  3. Phyllis Povah (July 21, 1893 ? August 7, 1975) was an American actress, who made numerous appearances on stage and a few films. Povah made her Broadway theatre debut in Mr. Pim Passes By in 1921 and acted in minor roles in several productions over the next two decades. She achieved a notable success in a featured role in the stage production of The Women, and the play ran for 18 months, from 1936 until 1938. When a film version was planned, Povah and Marjorie Main were the only members of the cast who were chosen to reprise their roles in the film which was released in 1939. (The film was
  4. I always thought this Sports Illustrated article would make a great movie. It's about a black coach hired to coach Amish kids and his battle with cancer. http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1021912/index.htm
  5. These are not Best Depictions of True Stories but favorites: Most movies about the Titanic The Longest Day Battle of the Bulge Yankee Doodle Dandy Brian's Song Sergeant York Infamous Unsinkable Molly Brown Glory The Alamo (Wayne's) A League of Their Own *Not on my list but The Birdman of Alcatraz should have been The Birdman of Leavesworth
  6. My list of Grant's best: Bringing Up Baby 1938 Holiday 1938 - This is one of my favorites - he and Hepburn are Great! In Name Only 1939 Gunga Din 1939 His Girl Friday 1940 - The pace he and Russell pull off here is classic. My Favorite Wife 1940 - His elevator scene is classic The Philadelphia Story 1940 Penny Serenade 1941 - The scene before the judge may be one of his best ever. Suspicion 1941 The Talk of the Town 1942 Arsenic and Old Lace 1944 - This is like watch him on stage Notorious 1946 Bachelor and the Bobby-soxer 1947 - This was one of the classics my wife wanted me to w
  7. Jean Arthur and Joel McCrea - More The Merrier Jean Arthur and Cary Grant - Talk of the Town Jean Arthur and Ray Milland - Easy Living Jean Arthur and William Powell - Ex Mrs Bradford Jean Arthur and James Stewart - Mr Smith and You Can't Take it With You Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray - Remember the Night Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda - Lady Eve and Mad Miss Manton Barbara Stanwyck and Gary Cooper - Ball of Fire Ginger Rogers and David Niven - Bachalor Mother Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire - most of their movies Ginger Rogers and William Powell - Star of Midnight Ging
  8. This thread in general discussion might interest you: Favorite tear jerker: http://forums.tcm.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?messageID=8038593
  9. Hey Catwoman check out this thread from favorites: http://forums.tcm.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=99702
  10. Thank you, I will give it a shot!
  11. Is there a sight like IMDB for music? Look up an album to see who played on it etc. It seems everyone here has so much knowledge.
  12. In "Come Live with Me" I forgot to mention the way Stewart and Lamarr meet. Stewart is in diner waiting for a stool to open up to do the last dime/hot water ketchup thing. Lamarr is there too (I can't remember why - fleeing a nice guy immigration agent?). The two get into the tussle over a newly open stool at the counter. Stewart placed his dime on the counter as they are arguing and the waiter takes it thinking it's a tip from the guy who just left the stool. This illustrates to Lamarr that this guy is down and out thus setting up the arrangement.
  13. you may want to move this question to "Information Please". I bet you get a fast answer there.
  14. Come Live With Me: James Stewart and Hedy Lamar Illegal immigrant and showgirl Johnny Jones (Lamar) is due to be deported from the USA, her only hope is to get married, but her rich publisher boyfriend Barton Kendrick (Ian Hunter) is already married! She meets down-on-his-luck author, Bill Smith (Stewart), and proposes a marriage of convenience in order to remain in the country. Kendrick (through Jones) offers pay for Smith's room and expenses (Smith will only accept payment to the penny and nothing more) so he can have the freedom to write. Smith write about his arrangement in a story and
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