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About stellabluegrl

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  1. Check out this site: http://www.clown-ministry.com/Resources/limelight-charlie-chaplin.html Scroll down to where it says "Detailed outline of Charlie Chaplin's Limelight" and towards the end it will say "In the final part of the film.....". There you will find your answer.
  2. Welcome Whit! Glad to have ya with us !
  3. Crap!! MAJOR typo/brain-fry there! You're right, feaito....I did mean Jean RENO!!
  4. Well, most of ya know who my choice is......COOP!!! LOVE that man!! Some other favorites of mine: Rudy Valentino -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: The 20s (those eyes.....WOW!!) Errol Flynn -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: The 30s and 40s. James Stewart -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: The 30s, 40s John Derek -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: The late 40s and the 50s. Best features -- his deep eyes, and his mouth. Clark Gable -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: 30's and 40's Newer actors: Hugh Jackman -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: From the 90s. Johnny Depp -- AT HIS MOST BEAUTIFUL: From the 90s. B
  5. One of my absolute favorite movies in this genre is "The Usual Suspects" (1995). Kevin Spacey (who I think is one of the best actors out there today) is FABULOUS in this movie. Easily one of the best movies of the 90's......strong writing and strong cast.
  6. Okay....I've given this some thought and here's what I've come up with so far (in no particular order).... Ain't Too Proud To Beg -- THE BIG CHILL (1983) Amazing Grace -- SILKWOOD (1983) I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow -- O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? (2000) The Way You Look Tonight -- SWING TIME (1936) Animal Crackers in My Soup -- CURLY TOP (1935) As Time Goes By -- CASABLANCA (1942) Aquarius -- HAIR (1979) Born To Be Wild -- EASY RIDER (1969) Call Me -- AMERICAN GIGOLO (1980) Cheek to Cheek -- TOP HAT (1935) Dude (Looks Like A Lady) -- MRS. DOUBTFIRE (
  7. Mae West! She seemed like she knew how to have a good time! Quote: "It's not the men in my life that counts-- it's the life in my men." Need I say more?
  8. Oh, MAN! Cujo scared the hell outta me (I was about 12 when it came out)!!! I forgot to mention Rudyard Kipling's Rikki-Tikki-Tavi along with my animated faves!
  9. What a fun topic! LOVED your story 'bout the peanut brittle, Slappy ******!! My boxer LOVES popcorn -- she starts freakin' out as soon as the first kernel pops in the microwave. When I sit down with the bowl I just throw pieces in her general direction.....she catches 'em every time. My cat Gandalf (a HUGE Maine ****) is like a damn dog -- follows me around everywhere and curls up in my lap every time I watch a movie or read a book. Okay, I'll start with animated.... #1: The Cheshire Cat from "Alice in Wonderland" #2: Eeyore from "Winnie the Poo" #3: Si and Am from "Lady and the Tram
  10. You got it bggalaxy! "The Uninvited" it is -- one of my all time faves!
  11. Hey there Antar! Missed ya bud! Not yet feaito..... Hint#3: A beautiful old house overlooking the Cornish Coast
  12. Time for another hint..... Hint#2: An informative old missive
  13. Well hot damn! I really wasn't sure if that was it or not! Okay, here goes..... Hint#1: A protective grandfather
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