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  1. Kathleen Freeman was in "Singin' in the Rain" with Debbie Reynolds Debbie Reynolds was in "Divorce, American Style" with Van Johnson Van Johnson was in "Yours, Mine and Ours" with Henry Fonda Henry Fonda was in "Sometimes a Great Notion" with Paul Newman Next: Errol Flynn
  2. "That Forsyte Woman" aired last night on TCM and I DVR'd it and watched it tonight. My thoughts: 1) I thought it was called "That Forsythe Woman" and saw the title pop up on TCM and thought: "Ugh! TCM spelled the name of the movie wrong." Then I was looking up trivia about the movie on imdb and realized that it was spelled without the 'h.' Haha 2) Wow. It was interesting to see Errol Flynn in such an against type role and with grey in his hair no less. I can imagine that at 40, he would have some greying, but MGM probably added the grey temples to make him look more "distingui
  3. I see we're up to 1953... I am behind. Favorites for 1951: The African Queen Alice in Wonderland An American in Paris Streetcar Named Desire Strangers on a Train Royal Wedding Favorites for 1952: Singin' in the Rain The Crimson Pirate Monkey Business The Quiet Man The Star Favorites for 1953: Peter Pan From Here to Eternity Gentlemen Prefer Blondes How to Marry a Millionaire Roman Holiday Niagara Stalag 17 The Band Wagon The Wild One
  4. When I was little, my sister and I had two hamsters named Fonzie and Felix, after "The Fonz" from "Happy Days" and Felix Unger from "The Odd Couple." When I buy my house, I plan on getting a yellow Labrador and naming him Ricky after Ricky Ricardo from "I Love Lucy." Although, I may want to get another pet, or maybe not use Ricky and name the dog "Flynn" instead after my new boyfriend Errol Flynn. Not sure yet.
  5. Thank you. I am sorry that I came across as offended or upset that I was identified as male. That wasn't my intent. I was merely correcting a pronoun and in no way trying to cop an attitude. I can see how "speedracer" could be construed as male, seeing that it's a male character from a cartoon. My phrasing in the beginning of my response came across poorly. I apologize. I do not know why someone would even bother adding a TCM graphic in the corner of the screen. That seems pointless. The whole point of the image was Errol Flynn, I don't think anyone would care where the image
  6. Michael Jackson in "Thriller"Jeff Goldblum semi-transformed in "The Fly"
  7. Woah! I wasn't trying to have an attitude. All I was trying to do was let someone know that I was a girl and not a guy as to explain why I was asking in the first place and to explain that I wasn't the one who created the initial screen shot. I'm sorry that I forgot to explicitly thank the person who identified the film. I didn't think I was being rude and ungrateful since the amount of enthusiasm I displayed in my response would have implied how appreciative I am. Thank you to Kid_Dabb for identifying the movie for me I sincerely appreciate it. I am also happy to know that I own the
  8. First off, Speedracer5 is a "she" not a "he." This is important to note as to how and why I came across this picture, because frankly, it's ridiculous. I have no idea when the 28 Days of Oscar was and have no recollection of watching it. A few months ago, I first became acquainted with Mr. Flynn. I had heard of him, but for some reason had never seen his films or really had any idea what he looked like outside of pictures I'd seen of the Adventures of Robin Hood poster. Well, I saw "The Adventures of Robin Hood" in the theater and am now completely enamored with Errol. I've watch
  9. No. I don't think that's it. His hair was long in Captain Blood.
  10. I know that it's Errol Flynn and at one point this movie was featured during TCM's "28 days of Oscar." I don't even care what this movie is about, I was sold on watching it based on this image alone. Lol.
  11. When I arrived in the United States in the 1930s, the studio executives changed my national origin and tried to pass me off as European. Who am I ?
  12. Gisbourne, Sir Guy of. Basil Rathbone "The Adventures of Robin Hood"
  13. My List for 1950 All About Eve Sunset Boulevard Born Yesterday Cinderella Fancy Pants The Fuller Brush Girl Kim Rabbit of Seville (Looney Tunes) Summer Stock Three Little Words
  14. These are my favorites for the decade. Note, I'm saying "My Favorites," I'm not trying to claim that these are the "best" or the "greatest" or anything like that. After looking up my favorite movies to make sure I was noting them under the right year, I realized there are a million movies that I want to see; but haven't yet. 1940 The Sea Hawk Santa Fe Trail The Philadelphia Story His Girl Friday Dance, Girl, Dance Too Many Girls Rebecca Virginia City I Love You Again 1941 They Died With Their Boots On Shadow of the Thin Man Citizen Kane High Sierra The Maltese Falcon S
  15. Alan Hale, Sr. character: Little John of the "Robin Hood" fame ??
  16. Betty Garrett was in "On the Town" with Frank Sinatra. Frank Sinatra was in "From Here to Eternity" with Burt Lancaster Burt Lancaster was in "Buffalo Bill" with Paul Newman Next: Rita Hayworth
  17. Lol. I do that anyway; I am almost 30, I am too old to care what anyone thinks about my movie watching habits. There's absolutely no way that I could be hurting myself or others with what movies I choose to watch, so it really isn't of anyone's concern. I also get razzed about my reading material as well. I like to learn things while I'm reading, so I typically read autobiographies/biographies, historical non-fiction and other non-fiction books about a subject I am interested in. I will read fiction as well; but cannot bring myself to read "chick lit," stupid romance novels (sometime
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