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  1. HarryLong

    Greed

    I've read I-don't-know-how-many interviews with actors who worked with vonS & claimed he either showd them the full 8-hour cut or offered to. I wonder what ever happened to that print?
  2. Might I just suggest the rolled up copy of Colliers _not_ be positioned in the back pocket...
  3. *Your joke was as plain as the nose on my face* Pinnochio jokes always are...
  4. In that last photo (worthy of the Big Hair thread), Joan's beehive looks ready to slide off her head...
  5. >>OK. I think it's officially time for everyone on this thread to start our own production company. Tax write-off, eh?
  6. >>Tempted as I am, I will respect your lead, and not offer any sub-jections... We wouldn't want this thread locked...
  7. *I am Curious Yellow Submarine* You'll all understand why - this being a family-friendly site - I don't provide a plot synopsis...
  8. >>Is that the one where Tallulah Bankhead and William Bendix fight to eat Zuzu's petals as the angel points out that James Stewart would not have been a nazi spy if he killed himself? And Walter Slezak steals the Reichsmarks that befuddled old Henry Hull was supposed to stow in the purser's safe just before the dance floor opened up & dunked them all in the ocean... Yup.
  9. At the risk of seeming rude... I've watched Virginia Bruce in quite a few movies & it just never struck me before how ... um ... ample she was...
  10. It's a Wonderful Lifeboat A guardian angel descends to show George Bailey what his home town would have been like had the Titanic not sunk...
  11. Sorry. I thought you were referring to the list that had been posted on this thread... (Which I now see - courtesy of a curious "paste" - is a couple months old.)
  12. >>I'm becoming a little concerned with the fact that this is the second release of Warner Archive Collection new titles without a single movie/short from pre-1960 Are we looking at the same list? >>March 16 releases: *Torchy Blane: The Complete Movie Collection* *Too Much, Too Soon (1957)* *Saint Joan (1957)* *Midnight Alibi (1934)* *Chasing Rainbows' (1930)* *"Ripley's Believe It or Not'' shorts* *My Wild Irish Rose (1947)* *The Eddie Cantor Story (1953)* *Lord Byron of Broadway (1930)* Arizona Dreams (1993) Rabbit, Run (1970) Girlfriends (1978) A Man and a
  13. >?well, you don?t like my movies because you only want to see Disney animation.? Yeah he doesn't seem to grasp that some people don't like his films just because they don't like his films, not because they prefer Disney animation. I did like the work from his MIGHTY MOUSE stint, but I find his features rather simplistically written & cliched.
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