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  1. Humphrey Bogart & John Derek in KNOCK ON ANY DOOR (1949). Maureen O'Sullivan & Mia Farrow in HANNAH AND HER SISTERS (1986).
  2. Wednesday October 20, 2021 Concentrate on TCM blithe spirit
  3. I love SUPER-SLEUTH. *** THE ROARING TWENTIES (1939) Next: lots of police cars
  4. I see that the above poster is still intent on his crusade of subtle bullying, of trying to draw me out into some sort of thread war. Why? Is this person jealous of me? Does he not have a life? I have no obligation to post a picture of Olivia de Havilland just because he thinks I should. We all know that if I post a picture, he will use it to continue to argue. It is true that I am not a fan of this person's posting style, but I am grounded enough to know that he has a right as a guest of TCM to post his viewpoints. Just like I have a right to post my viewpoints. And I d
  5. I see that the above poster is trying to flip things around, twist things and continue to be contentious. I was perfectly fine posting my opinions without referencing said person. It was THAT person who started replying to all my posts in a strange third-person sort of passive aggressive way. And anyone with a modicum of intelligence reading back over the thread will see that. I do not need to justify anything I wrote. Especially when that person cannot even quote me directly and never acknowledges me by name...which proves how small and petty he is. Nobody else would feel the need to ju
  6. I would like to think you are right...but I sincerely doubt Curtiz put that much thought into the woman's role in this picture, beyond her being an emotional appendage to the lead male character. I regard Curtiz as a sexist and misogynist. THE PROUD REBEL would have been a better picture if Ida Lupino had directed it.
  7. You are really going out of your way to argue with me? Seriously. I responded on the thread because it hadn't caught on at that point and I thought I could support your topic by bumping it to the top of page 1. But obviously you don't appreciate my efforts and just want to jump on a post to stir up drama, For the record I never said Moon River was a favorite per se. And yes it has stuck in my head all these years. Anyway-- I have learned my lesson and will never respond on any of your threads again. I am going to avoid the hassle.
  8. AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (1945) Next: lots of screen time for Jack Oakie
  9. two thousand two hundred twenty-ninth category Old time movie star with newer star SUNSET BLVD (1950) has Gloria Swanson with William Holden BREEZY (1973) has William Holden with Kay Lenz MAVERICK (1994) has James Garner with Mel Gibson MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2004) has Clint Eastwood with Hilary Swank
  10. BLUE SKIES (1946) Next: THE BLUE DAHLIA (1946)
  11. It would have been more realistic if he was the last child she had after a brood of kids, at age 40. But I think the screenplay was written with a 30 year old actress in mind, not a 50 year old actress. Jean Arthur is miscast. Logically she would have been the boy's grandmother. Especially since women in the west often started having kids in their mid-teens. We have the same problem with Lucille Ball as Mame. She should have been the boy's grandmother or great-aunt, not his aunt.
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