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  1. Paul Newman William Holden Robert Ryan Robert Montgomery Robert Walker Gloria Grahame Deborah Kerr Carole Lombard Judy Holliday Peter Sellers Fredric March Julie Christie Richard Basehart Tom Courtenay Alan Arkin Albert Finney Rosalind Russell Leslie Howard John Cassavetes John Garfield Richard Widmark Joan Fontaine Jean Simmons Jean Seberg Cary Grant Gregory Peck Robert Shaw Lee Remick Bette Davis Barbara Stanwyck Montgomery Clift If I hadn't already seen almost all their movies, Ingrid and Audrey would be on the list, and if it were only possible - Gene Tierney
  2. Awww . . . you're nice! I saw all your posts about Brad - I like you! lol For the past year, unless I've been on a Brad messageboard (unfortunately it's happened there too), I've gotten so used to people constantly bashing him. That's why I'm always pleasantly surprised to find people like you who ARE fans and only have good things to say about him. And thanks for posting the picture of beautiful Brad.
  3. I'm still sad about Brad's passing (I was never a big fan of Heath so his death didn't upset me too much). What's worse than him being overshadowed by Ledger's death is the fact that when he was mentioned, more times than not it was in a negative way. He was generally brushed off by the media, and many people felt compelled to post incredibly cruel and hurtful comments about him. Which breaks my heart because from all accounts, he was a really sweet, caring guy. I've always thought he was such a unique talent and I hate that he hasn't really been given credit for it. Sorry, I could rant about this for days..... but I won't. lol
  4. > {quote:title=CelluloidKid wrote:}{quote} > *TCM Year End Obit 2008 TCM Remembers* *I'm So happy that Brad Renfro gets a nod!!* Me too. I always adored that guy. I LOVE TCM for not overlooking him because that's happened way too much. People can think what they want about him, but he was very talented and deserves to be remembered for that.
  5. Tales of Hoffmann is sooooo boring. I rented it once and could only get halfway through it. But The Red Shoes is much better.
  6. In no particular order: The Terminator Se7en L.A. Confidential All About Eve The L-Shaped Room The Parent Trap Pickup On South Street Heavens Above Pollyanna Wild is the Wind
  7. Definitely North By Northwest! Followed closely by Charade and Notorious.
  8. Thank you! I especially don't get the appeal of Brando and Hepburn. Never have, never will.
  9. Alright I'm an idiot. I thought Tremors was 1989.
  10. I was a kid in the 80's so there are a lot of teen movies on the list: Adventures In Babysitting Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Pretty in Pink Ferris Bueller's Day Off Heathers Breakfast Club Sixteen Candles Some Kind of Wonderful Better Off Dead Valley Girl The Shining Near Dark The Lost Boys Tremors Clue Say Anything Footloose Bad Boys On Golden Pond 9 to 5 The Terminator Pee-Wee's Big Adventure This is Spinal Tap National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Stranger Than Paradise The Ninth Configuration Midnight Run The Big Chill Steel Magnolias Parenthood Empire of the Sun A Christmas Story Goonies Legend of Billie Jean Just One of the Guys Can't Buy Me Love Superman II Back To the Future Mask Stand By Me Full Metal Jacket Desperately Seeking Susan River's Edge Running On Empty Shy People Return of the Seacaucus Seven
  11. Top: Paul Newman William Holden Robert Ryan Audrey Hepburn Ingrid Bergman Honorable mention: Gene Tierney, Robert Montgomery, Robert Walker, Gloria Grahame, Carole Lombard, Peter Sellers, Gregory Peck, Deborah Kerr, Bette Davis, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alan Arkin, Cary Grant, John Cassavetes, Judy Holliday Bottom: John Wayne Charlton Heston Gary Cooper Joan Crawford Marilyn Monroe Honorable mention: Marlon Brando, Clark Gable, Steve McQueen, Lana Turner, Jennifer Jones, Greta Garbo, Katharine Hepburn
  12. Thank you so much TCM for including Brad Renfro in the tribute, and not snubbing him like the Oscars did. I was afraid he would be left out again and I'm glad you were respectful enough to not let that happen. Message was edited by: daydreamnation
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