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LiamCasey

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  1. James Earl Jones Next: actor with a grating voice
  2. Frankie Avalon was in The Alamo (1960) with Laurence Harvey who was in The Outrage (1964) with Paul Newman. Next: Leonard Nimoy
  3. Klinton Spilsbury Next: Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
  4. Only Angels Have Wings (1939) Next: Before Rita Hayworth was Rita Hayworth.
  5. Victor Frankenstein (2015) Next: X-Men: First Class (2011) - Also w/ James McAvoy
  6. The Big Bus (1976) Next: A movie better than the book its based upon.
  7. I liked it. And, for what it's worth, I also enjoyed her rendition of "Yesterday" during the Oscars. Which is the only other time I've heard her song. Needless to say, I'm nowhere near her target audience. 🙂
  8. Also currently included on Amazon Prime for those who have membership to that service.
  9. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) is the first Universal horror movie that I saw. But, in general, it was whatever was airing on WGN on Sunday afternoons with lousy weather during baseball's off season: 3 movies with the first movie being either a Sherlock Holmes or a Charlie Chan movie and the third being Family Classics hosted by Frazier Thomas.
  10. The Undefeated (1969) - DVD w/ John Wayne and Rock Hudson. Plus Antonio (Tony) Aguilar, Roman Gabriel, Lee Meriwether, Merlin Olsen, Bruce Cabot, Jan-Michael Vincent (albeit without the "Jan-"), Ben Johnson, Edward Faulkner, Harry Carey, Jr., Paul Fix, Royal Dano, Richard Mulligan, Carlos Rivas, John Agar, Guy Raymond, Dub Taylor, and Pedro Armendariz, Jr. And directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. The tenth and final movie in the John Wayne Film Collection. Lots of familiar names. Lots of familiar faces. And lots of both at the same time. Another oft-viewed movie. A classic? No. But enjoya
  11. Orson Welles (who was considered for the role) The Conqueror (1956) - John Wayne
  12. Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020)
  13. Casablanca (1942) - Considering my profile photo, what other answer would one expect from me? Next: Rowland V. Lee
  14. The Sign of the Cross (1932) Next: Two-color Technicolor
  15. The Longest Day (1962) - DVD w/ too many famous actors and actresses to list. Plus John Wayne (natch). Produced by Darryl Zanuck. And directed by Ken Annakin, Andrew Marton and Bernhard Wicki. The ninth movie in the John Wayne Film Collection. Part of me always wonders if this movie would have been better served if it had been cast with unknowns. Another part of me then wonders if we would still be watching it 58 years later if it had been.
  16. The Comancheros (1961) - DVD w/ John Wayne (as "Big" Jake (Where have I heard that name before?!?) Cutter), Stuart Whitman, Ina Balin, Nehemiah Persoff, Lee Marvin, Michael Ansara, Patrick Wayne, Bruce Cabot, Joan O'Brien, Jack Elam, Edgar Buchanan and Henry Daniell. Directed by Michael Curtiz (his final movie) and (unofficially) John Wayne. After a number of fairly busy months, I have finally gotten around to the eighth movie in the John Wayne Film Collection. Again, one I've seen oft-times before. Very episodic. Very unbelievable. Very historically inaccurate. And a bit awkwar
  17. From a generic point-of-view, three possible categories for future monsters of the month are zombies, ghosts and extraterrestrials. Of those three, I think ghosts would be TCM's most likely choice and would provide the most variety.
  18. My favorite Bela Lugosi movie is The Black Cat. The 1934 version with Boris Karloff, of course, and not the 1941 version with Basil Rathbone.
  19. My favorites (which contains a number of matches to the favorites of other board members): William Bendix - Wake Island (1942). Elisha Cook Jr. - The Maltese Falcon (1941). Howard Da Silva - 1776 (1972). Ruth Gordon - Every Which Way But Loose (1978). Beulah Bondi - The Shepherd of the Hills (1941). Gladys George - The Roaring Twenties (1939).
  20. Remember WENN: a television program about a fictional radio station in the early 1940s and which aired on AMC from 1996 to 1998.
  21. Miracle on 34th Street (1947) is, as sewhite2000 predicted, currently on Disney+. And I am currently watching it. We have just subscribed to that streaming service (which makes my kids very happy) and I, being a creature of habit, chose that old black & white classic as the first thing to watch.
  22. And here I figured he would have touted his political experience as The Mayor of Hell. 😉
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