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sellyoulloyd

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  1. I can't post a photo...can I answer? Is it Ray Milland -- The Thing with Two Heads ?
  2. Here's a new one... My father was an architect who at one time worked for British Intelligence, and my mother was a model. They divorced when I was just a toddler. I studied dance with the Royal Ballet in England and performed at Covent Garden. I was discovered by producer Ray Stark when I was 18. Beautiful and sexy, I could sing as well as dance. Usually cast as a free spirited character, I came to instant fame in films. I won a Golden Globe as Most Promising Newcomer (Female), and my first two movies were very successful.
  3. Thanks, Eve. Lee Remick has always been one of my favorites. I'll be back with a new identity...
  4. Rionald Colman was in the 1925 version of Stella Dallas with director *Henry King*
  5. If the thread is mine because I answered correctly, I'll have to pass -- not at a computer where I can post a picture right now. thread's open...
  6. Good one, Marian! This pic is from *Touch of Evil* -- late 50s. Orson Welles directed this movie as well as starred in it. I remember hearing Charlton Heston describe how Welles shot each scene in one take. I believe this photo is from a very lengthy scene, so shooting in one take was quite a feat. However, Heston said that Welles rehearsed everyone with such a clear idea of what would take place that the scene went off without a hitch. The fact there were no cuts made the scene even better!
  7. I hope you're *Lee Remick* ("Days of Wine and Roses," music by Henry Mancini). Are you?
  8. *Angels in the Outfield* Our Vines Have Tender Grapes ---or--- I Remember Mama
  9. GOOD suggestion on Hugh Jackman for the lead... I think I pretty much agree with comments about the other actors. George Clooney is best when he does a character "out-of-character." You're right that this movie might not be his best vehicle. Rod Taylor was good in the original, good-looking but still a little rough around the edges. It's funny that all suggestions for his part are Australian, too, like Taylor. Abigail Breslin might be better with a different director, especially if she is not carrying the movie. She's about the right age; I think I'd give her a shot at it. So here's
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  11. *Fred Astaire* was featured performing the song "Cheek to Cheek" in a clip from the film Top Hat in the movie The Green Mile, directed by *Frank Darabont*
  12. *Smith*, Ryder played by George Hamilton in Where the Boys Are (1960)
  13. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
  14. Robert Altman directed one episode of the 1960's TV series Route 66, starring *Martin Milner*
  15. *Little Big Man* (tar and feathers) nw: maple syrup
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