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About CineramaRick

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  1. I am shocked and stunned at the news of Kyle's passing. I'm sitting here typing this with tears in my eyes. Kyle was one of the most erudite, intelligent, sensitive and kind posters on these boards. He was a teacher. I first came to know of him from his extraordinary film poster threads. We exchanged several messages and I have some stunning screen savers on my computer thanks to his gorgeous images. It is painful to think he is gone but these boards will always be a better place because of his grace and wit and intelligence. Thank you, Kyle.
  2. 8. Clifton Webb passed up the chance to play Jeffrey Cordova (played by Jack Buchanan in the film) to play John Phillip Sousa in *Stars and Stripes Forever* (1952).
  3. It is Martha Scott. She played Charlton Heston's mother in *The Ten Commandments* (1956) and *Ben-Hur* (1959). Back to you Lavender or the thread is open.
  4. Yes, please hurry back Mark. We all love reading your posts. It's just not the same around here without you!
  5. It's Bela Lugosi. Incredible picture.
  6. Shirley MacLaine was in *Wrestling Ernest Hemingway* (1993) with Richard Harris.
  7. Grace Kelly was in *High Society* (1956) with Bing Crosby.
  8. Joker - Heath Ledger in *The Dark Knight* (2008)
  9. Debra Paget was in *The Haunted Palace* (1963) with Lon Chaney, Jr.
  10. Mongo - Alex Karras in *Blazing Saddles* (1974)
  11. Even though I have seen Hitchcock's first version of *The Man Who Knew Too Much* (1934) several times, I was not aware of Nova Pilbeam or her history with the great director. She played the protagonist's daughter in that film. Hitchcock later starred her in *Young and Innocent* (1937). This, apparently, is where David O. Selznick saw her potential and advocated for her to star in *Rebecca* (1940) in the role many believe should have won Joan Fontaine the Academy Award. This was a good one, Lana, fun learning about Ms. Pilbeam. Back to you, Lana.
  12. Gailey, Fred - John Payne in *Miracle on 34th Street* (1947).
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