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sellyoulloyd

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  1. Ralph Richardson was directed in Battle of Britain (1969) by *Guy Hamilton*
  2. Jules Munshin was in On the Town with *Vera-Ellen*
  3. I'm pretty sure you are Wisconsin-born *Virginia Cathryn "Gena" Rowlands*...
  4. tough choice... *Frank Capra* The Shop Around the Corner or In the Good Old Summertime ...or... You've Got Mail
  5. Fred Zinnemann produced *A Man for All Seasons* with screenplay by *Robert Bolt*
  6. good one, mr6s -- I had to read it twice!
  7. *Zeigler*, Dr. -- Jerzy Skolimowski in Mars Attacks (1996)
  8. Perry Mason Mr. Smith Goes to Washington or Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
  9. I LOVE *Rear Window*! Raymond Burr or E.G. Marshall?
  10. *X*, Mrs. -- Laura Linney in The Nanny Diaries (2007)
  11. Thanks, Eve; I enjoy your posts, too. The sleuthing is a good part of the fun, isn't it, especially when you're trying to beat the clock! can't wait to meet the new you!
  12. Fred Astaire starred in *Easter Parade* (1948) with Texas-born *Johnnie Lucille Collier* * *Ann Miller
  13. *A Tree Grows in Brooklyn* *Loretta Young* or *Grace Kelly*
  14. here's an idea for a new trivia game... *Movie Taglines*: 1.) Give the tagline for an award-nominated movie and the movie's release date (year). 2.) Whoever identifies the movie then offers up the next tagline. want to play? Tag #1: *"A Gal Who Really Goes to Town!" (1947)*
  15. Tyrone Power starred in *Alexander's Ragtime Band* (1938) (also directed by Henry King), which had an Oscar-nominated Best Original Song, "Now It Can Be Told," written by *Irving Berlin*.
  16. For the next decade I made films both in America and Europe. I faded from public view for a time while my father was ill, but I remained active as managing director of my own production company, producing and directing commercials. "I don't have that (need) to prove myself. I have a passion to do good roles but luckily I don't have to do it for economic reasons. I'm not a big spender and I don't need a lot of frills." I have since been seen in small parts in various films and TV series, including Hawaii Five-O, Knots Landing, The A-Team, and ER, and have done commercial spots promoting ?Orien
  17. I was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress (Drama) for my first film role, which was that of a prostitute. My second film, produced and released by Universal-International, was nominated for five Oscars, including Best Music-Scoring for a Musical Picture. The clip of one of my musical numbers is still replayed often today. Through this song, I became the icon of 1960s feminity. For my third film, Vidal Sassoon cut my long hair into a trendsetting asymmetrical bob.
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