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About lanceroten

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  1. Actors: Bogart, Grant, Stewart, Eastwood, McCrea Actresses: Audrey H., Grace K., Stanwyck, Lombard, Lana Turner I love movies too much to have "least" favorites.
  2. In the 1990 remake I know the female lead lives. I struggle to remember the rest of that one however. Possible that's the one you're thinking of.
  3. I was a little surprised to find out this was the first showing on TCM of this classic. Caught it on Fox last year, loved it.
  4. Pretty good flick. One of my favorite Randolph Scott Westerns.
  5. Certainly one of the best. Also one of the first horror movies I saw also. I credit this and 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers for my lifelong love of Horror / Sci-Fi.
  6. I like it. But, I'm a little biased towards McCrea. Who is one of my favorite leading men of that era. Also like Donleavy a good bit.
  7. Interesting film...Odd ending(well the whole movie but lol...) keeps me from rating it too high though.
  8. Easily one of my favorite Price movies and one of my favorites in general. Absolutely love The Abominable Dr Phibes.
  9. I saw the colorized version of this and 1956's Invasion of the Body Snatchers on the same night. Both lose something colorized. It changes the dynamics of the atmosphere. Colorizing B&W films are an example I use for my "Not every new idea, is a good one, or even worthwhile" schtick.
  10. Thank goodness I keep good records. And I have the edit button ...My Ten: 1. It Happened One Night 2. King Kong 3. Lady For a Day 4. Three on a Match 5. Smart Money 6. Frankenstein 7. The Invisible Man 8. All Quiet on the Western Front 9. Public Enemy 10. Dracula Edited by: lanceroten on Oct 23, 2013 5:10 PM
  11. 1934...My list won't be so hot when i post it then LOL...I sense a Frankenstein, Dracula and Invisible Man appearance. They count?
  12. I heard a quote once, forget the artist who said it so I can't give proper credit, but he said he likes songs from any genre of music that "makes the hair stand up on his arms". Not all songs, just certain ones. I can dig that. One look at my iTunes would confirm it Edited by: lanceroten on Oct 23, 2013 4:49 PM
  13. To get off the Duke stuff for a bit... Anyone seen either *Top Gun* (w/ Sterling Hayden) or *Backlash* (Widmark/Donna Reed) ? I DVR'ed both off Encore Westerns for later viewing.
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