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Everything posted by lavenderblue19

  1. Yes, it is Ray Walston and My Favorite Martian. He said he regretted taking the role. although the money was good and he was friends with Bill Bixby but the role made him so recognizable as Uncle Martin that it stalled his career for a few years. He was in Spain and someone called him Uncle Martin and put 2 fingers behind his head as antennas LOL. Good work Peebs, you're up next
  2. The star who regretted taking the role on the hit tv comedy had a Broadway career, he was a Tony Award winner. He was a film actor too. Some of the actors he worked with in films were Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon, Lee Marvin
  3. I agree and good eye Bronxgirl, very strong resemblance to both. LOL, blew us away and a bang up ending
  4. Thanks Princess next Even thugh this classic comedy tv show was a hit, the co-star ( Emmy winner for a different show years later)) said that he regretted doing this tv show. He was friends with his co-star and made money but he felt it slowed his career down for years since so many identified him with the role. He had been a supporting actor in quite a few famous films. His co-star had 2 hit tv shows after this show. TV show, and the 2 stars ??
  5. My mom had the radio on too and my parents loved popular music,later we had a stereo in the living room and tons of albums, so as a little girl I knew some of these. 1. Mambo Italiano - Rosemary Clooney 2. Papa Loves Mama - Perry Como 6. Love and Marriage - Frank Sinatra 10. Standing On the Corner( wacthing all the girls go by)- We had the album Mpst Happy Fella but the Four Lads had a hit with the song
  6. Daryl Hickman and Pamela Lincoln are the couple Miles. Yes, a very busy child actor and in some of our favorite classic movies. The Grapes of Wrath, Men of Boys Town, Leave Her To Heaven, The Human Comedy, Keeper of The Flame, The Strange Loves of Martha Ivers are just some of the great films Daryl was in. Yes, Pamela Lincoln was in Tootsie. She was in over 200 episodes of the soap opera The Doctors. Daryl and Pamela met while they were both in William Castle's The Tingler starring Vincent Price. Thanks for the guess Princess, Miles it's your thread.
  7. Princess, I really hate doing this but that's not the couple. He started out as a child actor, and was in famous films as a child actor. and I mentioned some of the actors he appeared with. Julie is much better known than the actress he was married to. It's a different horror movie. He was some very famous films, a few won Oscars for the film and the actors that were in the films.
  8. They met while both were in a classic 1950's horror movie
  9. My Kind of Town ( Chicage Is) - Frank Sinatra - Robin and The Seven Hoods another song with a USA city in the title
  10. White Christmas, The Bishop's Wife, Christmas in Connecticut. It Happened On Fifth Avenue, the Edmund Gwenn version of Miracle on 34th Street, Remember the Night, The Man Who Came To Dinner, It's A Wonderful Life, Home Alone, and Home Alone Lost in NY, the Alastair Sim version of A Christmas Carol, Come To the Stable and the very rarely shown on TCM, The Lemon Drop Kid. I never tire of any of these and watch them every year, most more than once.
  11. Thanks Princess next He began his acting career as a child. He appeared in many films. Some of the actors in the films he appeared in were Shirley Temple, Spencer Tracy, Fred MacMurray, Van Johnson, Barbara Stanwyck. He appeared in many tv shows in the 1950's thru the 1990's. He was also a writer and producer. She was not as well known as her husband but did appear in a famous horror movie and appeared mostly in tv shows. Her career lasted from the 1950's to the 1980;s. Husband and Wife and name some films and tv shows for each
  12. Sounds like Tom Conway and Queenie Leonard. Tom played the Falcon in 10 of those films, he was the psychiatrist in Cat People., Queenie voiced Princess in 101 Dalmations and was in And Then There Was None
  13. Miles, I agree with you and Swithin. I've learned so much by doing the research. It's interesting and makes being part of the group more than just playing games with my time. Princess, it's your turn.
  14. I'm late to the party LOL 2. Chock Full O' Nuts 6. the great Geoffrey Holder for 7 UP 8 Winston Cigs 9 .Brim Decaf Coffee 11. GE 10. sounds so fimiliar but I just can't remember
  15. Thanks Peebs. Miles please take the thread, if not, Thread Open
  16. The Ballad of Cat Ballou - Stubby Kaye and Nat King Cole - Cat Ballou another movie with a song sung by Nat King Cole ( either theme song or song used in a movie)
  17. Mrs Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel - The Graduate "Hide it in the hiding place where no one ever goes Put it in your pantry with your cupcakes" next- Sammy Davis Jr. sings in a movie
  18. 1. Philip wss Roddy McDowall 4. Ellen was Betty White ( she was a semi regular as Ellen on Mama's Family for a few years) 5. Mrs. Collins was Maggie Smith
  19. By The Light of The Silvery Moon - Doris, Gordon, Leon Ames and Rosemary de Camp - same title movie movie song with Beautiful in the title
  20. Yes, knew that last clue would cinch it. Elizabeth wanted to leave Bewitched do other things when her 5 year contract was up but because the show was so high in the ratings the network (ABC) gave her ownership in the show. That plus her salary and going into syndication made her millions. Bewitched ran from 1964 to 1972. It was Agnes Moorehead that told Dick Sargent in front of him and the whole cast that she didn't like change. Agnes had become very close friends with Dick York and resented Sargent taking over the role. Protests from the Bible Belt down South didn't want Bewitched on the
  21. At first there were protests about the show. they came from one area of the country, the south. They feared it would incite devil worship!!!!
  22. You're right, I'm mistaken. I honestly did not see your first clue. I read your 2nd clue as the first. It's obvious from my answer that I thought the husband and wife were born much later. Not sure how that happened, just didn't see the clue at the top of the page. Princess got it, good work, Carry on,.
  23. Wish you wrote the husband and wife were born in the 19th century in your first clue. Obsecure fits! LOL
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