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Everything posted by cheesiesmom

  1. If you've subjected your loved ones to watching bits and pieces of the films as many time as I have, you'd probably feel guilty about it. I thought III was very Shakespearean in the way Michael and the family were destroyed. I particularly like the Saga, putting the story into chronological order.
  2. I always loved Peter Lawford. But I wouldn't nominate him for an Oscar. Van Johnson, too.
  3. The Maltese Falcon; The Big Sleep for Detective Holiday Inn/Meet me in St. Louis (Christmasy) Drama - Imitation of Life (Lana Turner) Western-Drums Along the Mohawk with Fonda and Colbert Charlie Chaplin's Limelight (a talkie made in the 50's) Woody Allen-My kids love Radio Days, Sleeper, Annie Hall, and my personal fave is Zelig which did the forest gump thing of putting the characters into pix and newsreels long before they did it in forest gump. What do you mean by "new" classics? Gigi, Hud, The Hustler. Sweet Bird of Youth. Of course, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. For sheer endura
  4. Nope. I love Tracey. Ever since I was a little kid watching those old movies after school on a b&w tv. "Cass Timberlane." Great movie. Tracey's great. Perhaps it was the era he came from, too. Different type of acting. "Boom Town" and "San Francisco." Great, great, great. Of course maybe you don't care for him because he had a "substance abuse" problem.
  5. The Godfather. Anyone of the films. All I need to see is about two seconds and I'm hooked. I don't even have to see it from the beginning. I'm beginning to memorize lines (When did I ever refuse an accommodation?)
  6. Maybe reefergladness should stop spending so much time toking. Then he would know that "The Thin Man" starred William Powell and not Ronald Coleman. As for Spencer Tracey, try watching (un-stoned) such great ST movies as "Inherit the Wind," the "Boystown" duo, or his Oscar-winning performance in "Captain's Courageous.
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