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  1. I could only think of The Party (1968) , is it right? Next: Foot Massage
  2. But for me I am more interested of the classics from 60s till the end of 70s, with all the groovy fashion. and I think the start of the 60s they start to make such tempting and bold scenes, and technicolor helped them.
  3. Yes I agree on this, and these are kind kind of sexy scenes I mean. Thanks.
  4. Hello, I am looking to watch movies that have one main actor or few, I mean the whole cast won't exceed 3 people. I feel these kind of films are great and solid, because it focus on one character and that actor or actress play a great role to make the film reach success, I mean these films show you the skills of an actor and how talented is he/she. I will give you an example: One of my favorite films from this genre is : Duel (1971) by Steven Spielberg, the main actor is Dennis Weaver, I never get bored of this film and I watch it over and over. It is so great, with all the suspens
  5. Great titles, Barefoot in the Park is a great movie and I like these films that have a small setting, I mean that all the events nearly happen in one or few places. That Touch of Mink is on my watch list. Desk Set, the trailer seems boring to me, but I may watch it because it looks so classic with the vintage items and decoration and electronics used in it. Where The Boys Are, I need to get the DVD from Warner Archive, I like these kind of films like the beach party films in the 60s with Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. Thanks for the list, I will check the other titles.
  6. It is cool that all the replies here agreed on: Billy Wilder and Hitchcock
  7. any romance comedy classic movies between 50s to late 70s .. I mean the groovy era of technicolor movies of 60s and 70s, please don't write musicals. for me:(not ordered) the long long trailer (1953) Pillow Talk (1959) splendor in the grass (1961) Breakfast at Tiffany's(1961) All in a Nights Work (1961) Sunday in New York (1963) Move Over, Darling (1963) Man's Favorite Sport? (1964) Modesty Blaise (1966) Bonnie and Clyde (1967) A Guide for the Married Man (1967) Fathom (1967) Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969) Lovers and Other Strangers(1970) what is your list?
  8. Victor Francen was in The Big Scare with Rock Hudson
  9. Lol, yes but that film is so funny, and the hotel they choose at the end is great. Also there was the other big hotel that was full and they couldn't find their room, I like the places they shoot the film at.
  10. I agree, this is one of my favorite classic movies, very colorful and the setting is awesome. the atmosphere of the whole traveling is exciting, and the trailer they had is so classic. very romantic couple and the movie have many original funny lines. I like these kind of classics, and trying to find more like this. Thanks.
  11. Thanks, you mean W H O R E from 1991 , right? If You Can't Say It, Just See It
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