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  1. I am computer illiterate! I still cannot do it right because I am trying to shrink the picture to fit the size to this page. If someone else could look it up it can be found on google if you type in Carole Lombard with a dog. It's the one where she is *very* young with what looks to be some kind of Husky. It's definitely worth posting. Thanks everybody for the help even if I still cannot get it right!
  2. !webkit-fake-url://D6DE5D54-0717-46EC-A948-87F6DB7C9D8A/carole_lombard_dog.jpg!
  3. Another more recent *really* bad clergyman was Stanley Anderson as Archbishop Rushman in Primal Fear 1996
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  5. Can anybody help me post a picture?
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  7. I agree with the listed actors like Bernard Miles (Man Who Knew Too Much), Powers Boothe (Guayana Tragedy), and one not mentioned Richard Burton (Night Of The Iguana) no wonder he was de-frocked!
  8. There are so many great classic character actors to name but here are some of my favorites: Edna May Oliver Jesse Royce Landis Leo G. Carroll Elsa Lanchester Nat Pendelton (this guy was everywhere in the 30's and 40's, usually in the same roles but always a hoot to watch)
  9. Thanks for the info Addison. I will definitely be looking for the book.
  10. I like Greer very much. I guess she wasn't what most men would call a sexy woman but I think you can't beat her legs in the beginning of Random Harvest albeit in a pretty silly dance act.
  11. I am not on Facebook (I know I'm in the dark ages so I'll post mine here) #1 The Asphalt Jungle (the perfect movie in my book) #2 Shadow Of A Doubt #3 Sunset Blvd. #4 Criss Cross
  12. I hate to be a naysayer but give me the Hepburn version anytime. Yes the cast of the 49 version was to die for but as mentioned before June Allyson is enough to drive me nuts!
  13. Well what can I say? Powell is in my top 5 male stars, I just love him! I think like many older male stars they see the writing on the wall and know they cannot keep playing the love interests of starlets twice as young as they are. I am glad at least he went out on top in Mr. Roberts.I for one am glad he never did Wagon Train as some have suggested, I would have liked to see him do Hitch's show however.
  14. I for one really like The Bishop's Wife. As far as Monty Wooley goes he plays the exact role he was always typecast as. There is always an underlying sense of humanity in his disagreeable characters as in The Man Who Came To Dinner. You feel he really cares for Betty Davis's character just a you feel he has a genuine caring for Loretta Young's character. I always watch The Bishop's Wife in the holiday season.
  15. Except for the cemetery it sounds like North By Northwest
  16. I believe this would be the charming Hattie McDaniels.
  17. Okay here it is. "No wonder this thing died! Look at all the stuff it ate!" What movie, what character?
  18. These lines are from Employee's Entrance 1933. Line A spoken by Albert Gran as Denton Ross. Line B spoken by Kurt Anderson as Warren William. If I am correct someone else can take the thread.
  19. Going out on a limb. #4 Topper Takes A Trip If it's not this guy here's another shot #4 This Man Is Mine #3 The Healer
  20. Van Johnson was in The Last Time I Saw Paris with Donna Reed
  21. Since Edy passed I'll give it a shot. This actress showed up with a recurring role on a family sitcom as the grandmother/great grandmother. She had an awesome career in classic films having starred with many leading men.
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