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StBartsActor

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  1. I am with you primosprimos, I have never received the impression that The Stranger had undercurrents of homosexuality. And I've seen it several times including the other night. I really think it's a terrific movie with all the actors doing very valid work.
  2. Coming in very late here, but first reaction to the question is Judy. Has to be one of the great iconic classic performances to get all the nuances of emotions called for. Followed by Tatum. That performance was no fluke. It's too good. Brandon De Wilde and the child from the Search.
  3. Khaled Hosseini (Kite Runner) third book - And The Mountains Echoed. Saw Act One on Broadway tonight and now I need to read the Moss Hart book.
  4. Thank you so much for that...... I really enjoyed it. I admired his knowledge of film and his way of answering the various Posts here. Again, RIP, Kyle. Give Frank Capra my regards "up there" and ask him about working with Eleanor Parker for me. BH
  5. I am so sorry to hear this news. As a fairly new poster here, I had a few fun moments with Kyle here. Rest In Peace. I've been watching my nephews child (3 years old) for the past few days 24/7. I think I will give him an extra hug right now.
  6. My Darling Clementine may not be new to many on this thread, but if it is, it is definitely worth watching. I only watched it in its entirety a year or two ago and loved it (and you don't have to be a western fan). And yes, Darnell was a beauty and overlooked. Agree.
  7. I don't get to talk about Tree of Life" much and not sure I am going to make anything any clearer for you. But I went to see this film in the theater mainly because seeing Malik's images on the big screen would be a major enhancement. And it was. I was blown away by the film (maybe the beginning of time ran on too long, but even that is debateable). I've never seen a film accomplish what it was saying with so little dialogue. For instance, the images - - Brad Pitt's character, who needed love so badly and did not know how to communicate, hold his baby in his arms so tightly that the baby crie
  8. I have to say the marathon Truffaut evenng is proving to be the most satisfying "event" in recent memory. It's great TCM choses to do this kind of thing.
  9. My all time favorites are Two For The Road & Picnic. Then again there are all those wonderful Max Steiner, Erich Korngold scores in the 40's.
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