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  1. Tyrone Power was in _The Mark of Zorro_ (1940) with Basil Rathbone
  2. Carmen Miranda was in _That Night in Rio_ (1941) with Alice Faye. *New Star: Alice Faye*
  3. Hmmn, lets see, probably all black and white would give you the impression that was old Random possibilities: Cairo ( 1942), Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title ( 1966) My Favorite Blonde ( 1942) My Favorite Spy ( 1942) My Favorite Spy ( 1951) Ship Ahoy ( 1942) They Got Me Covered ( 1943)
  4. Hmmn, lets see, probably all black and white would give you the impression that was "old". Random possibilities: Cairo ( 1942) Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title ( 1966) My Favorite Blonde ( 1942) My Favorite Spy ( 1942) My Favorite Spy ( 1951) Ship Ahoy ( 1942) They Got Me Covered ( 1943)
  5. Ok, no puns from me Message was edited by: Caramia
  6. I have no clue of the name, and this is a bit long, but... From the Wiki:"Musical score: Main article: Vertigo (film score) In a 2004 special issue by Sight and Sound devoted to Film Music, Martin Scorsese described the qualities of Herrmann's famous score. S&S: What is your favourite film soundtrack music and why do you like it so much? A big question. There are so many, and they all work so differently ? from a big, beautiful score for full orchestra like Jerome Moross' for Wyler's The Big Country or David Raksin's for Force of Evil, to a more modern score with very spare instr
  7. Prince, you are so right, I don't want to see the advertisements.
  8. I would love something like that. For your example of '39, a mini-intro, even, letting me know the country was in a depression, and the people wanted and needed a few moments of hope, strength, and humor. I remember my mother stating that to scrape together the pennies needed to take a family to the theater in 1939 meant weeks of saving for her. She always looked for the movies that they could sing to later at home. Those movies were the reward night for the family members having worked so hard to run a farm. Of course, that then would engender a whole slew of comments arguing, no, b
  9. I had no idea he was in so many films. Wallace Ford had a talent though that let him be one of those people that you really see when he was on-stage/"on". He didn't steal the scene, instead he enabled the scene. The scene was better for having had him in it.
  10. You know, I had the same feeling at times. I feel quite lucky now to have found this forum. Like you, I am new to the forum, and in reading through posts here, I have discovered a whole world of interest in seeing some of these again. In another post, about the 20's, it was said much better (by ThelmaTodd I believe), these movies encompass a whole world of interest, in the history, the art, the movie making techniques, the architecture, the social mores, the accepted demeanor. Ah you will need to see her post. For me, now I have begun to see a glimmer of what R. Osborne is talking abo
  11. *Dr Kildare* New word = inspiration Message was edited by: Caramia
  12. On right now... May 17, 08:00PM *Seven Brides for Seven Brothers*. Now this one really has tunes that stick.
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