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Everything posted by slaytonf

  1. What's blasphemous about losing money? I don't get it.
  2. Faye Dunaway in The Thomas Crown Affair (1968): One of the great entrances in movies. It sets the tone for this, the most stylish of all heist movies--and maybe of all movies. It shows Vickie as sophisticated, smart, powerful, in possession and control of her life and sexuality. The last of which she does not hesitate to use as a tool in her work. Chic, mod, trig, she has large appetites for experience, risk and men, and is unashamed of any.
  3. It sure was! People act with their voice as much as their body.
  4. So here I was, thinking I was so clever coming up with a neat topic: Great movie entrances (separating exits to increase the thread count). Now maybe I coulda got away withit, but I thought, "I wonder what's been said about entrances before. . .?" A quick search and--bummer. A whole thread about it. And one I even contributed to, too! Dag. Well, there are others I can come up with. But first we'll reprise my favorite: Here's about the biggest I can think of:
  5. That is Simone Simon. Looks like a pic from The Devil and Dan'l Webster (1941).
  6. Both Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People are available for watching on You Tube. Some of the best of anything ever produced on TV or anywhere else. Alec Guinness is brilliant. So are the supporting cast. Lookatem: Ian Richardson Ian Bannen Beryl Reid Siân Philips and Patrick Stewart (pre Picard)
  7. One sexy lady. And a hell of a great dancer:
  8. It's comforting to know I always have a place I can go to be ignored.
  9. You can see the original two movies and the series on YouTube.
  10. Now all that remains is to search for Agnes Moorehead's name.
  11. You can look here: https://forums.tcm.com/topic/48413-star-of-the-month-summer-under-the-stars-honorees/?tab=comments#comment-976717 But it's only up to 2015.
  12. Based on HelenBaby2's comment, my Guess is it's Alice Terry, and the pic is from Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921)
  13. I don't think it's possible anymore. The best I can think of is to search the actor's name in the month schedule.
  14. And I don't know anyone who has. Which illustrates my point. The dominant culture, as a stratagem to preserve its position portrays itself as one of the very groups it victimizes in order to delegitimize honest objections to the impositions it makes on minority views. Bad enough swords are used to belabor people about their shoulders and head, so much worse to use an olive branch.
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