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  1. L'd love to see more of the Paramount films with Charles Buddy Rogers. Also Clara Bow and Richard Arlen. They were at the top of the heap way back when!
  2. My favorite? I'd have to say a tie between Vertigo and Psycho!
  3. Hud, The Sting, and Nobody's Fool. The first film I saw him in was The Young Philadelphians--and I've been a fan ever since.
  4. Pasha is a 1968 French film starring Jean Gabin He plays a police inspector investigating; the death of a close colleague. The inspector believes that his friend was murdered and he intends to find out. The film is totally excellent, but what really grabbed me was the soundtrack. Serge Gainsbourg' did the music and lyrics and it made the movie all the more better. One of the main events in the movie is an armored truck heist--and its aftermath. Anyhow, check it out if you get a chance.
  5. IMDb has listed 95 screen credits for John Bowers, Unfortunately, I've only seen 2 of them---Lorna Doone ( 1922) and The Ace of Hearts. I would have seen more if I could have found them. I think I'll try again to find some of his other films
  6. First off-thanks Topbilled for sharing all this info on MGMs fantastic outpouring of films from the 40s on up. A lot of the films from 1951 are some of my favorites. It's because of some of these titles that I became really interested in movies, Anyhow, I think you're doing a great job with these list of films by year-plus the added on information you give on some os the films. You're like a walking encyclopedia!
  7. Really sad news. I've enjoyed all the films that I've seen him in. Some of his best were ( in my opinion) are: Breathless Le Doulos ( the Finger Man) Pierrot Le Fou - opposite the great Anna Karina Borsaino- co-starring with Alain Delon Classe Tous Risques
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    "Teorema" (1969)

    I really like this film. Pasolini is in top form. Reminds me in a vague way of Something for Everyone--the film with Angela Lansbury and Michael York.
  9. Melanie Griffith. She is definitely one of my favorite actresses. I mean who could not like her in Working Girl. She was so totally great. She stood out in her role in Nobody's Fool. Another one of her best films was Stormy Monday. Bonfire of the Vanities ;had it's flaws, but Melanie was fun to watch. She was also married to Don Johnson, Steven Bauer and Antonio Bandaras--quite an achievement!
  10. I just watched a film called Mixed Kebab (2012) which was a Turkish/Dutch film. I thought it was a fantastic film, well worth a look. The 2 male leads were handsome and gave really fine performances-as did the rest of the cast. The script is intelligent and manages to get you right into the story. There is a trailer on YouTube. Check it out!
  11. I'm a big fan of John Payne and Dorothy McGuire. Of course, a lot of their films don't get shown on TCM because they both made a lot of films at 20th Century Fox. Ruth Roman is another favorite. She was great in The Window. Evelyn Keyes was a fine actress--liked her in some of those noir films.
  12. William Holden played an artist in The World of Suzie Wong. A French film called Van Gogh ( 1991) with Jacques Dutronc was very good. I also liked Portrait of Jennie (1948) with Joseph Cotten.
  13. The above video is clips of Marco Berger's Sexual Tension--consisting of 6 short unconnected stories. It's really great and fun to watch! Thanks Jaragon.
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    Marco Berger

    Marco Berger is a writer/director from Argentina. His films include Hawaii, Plan B, and more recently The Blonde One. In my opinion, he's probably one of the best directors around right now. Too bad TCM hasn't shown any of his films, Anyway, if you haven't seen any of his films, check them out. If you have seen at least one of his films, you might agree with me.
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    "The 4th Man Out"

    Just caught this on YouTube--really interesting, funny film. It should have received more attention!
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