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Everything posted by ScrewballDame

  1. Yes, that's the one. Lavender you got 3 out of 4, so the thread is yours.
  2. Thanks, I'm actually not awake enough to think up a question, so thread is open.
  3. Yes it's Judith Anderson 1. All Through the Night 2. ? 3. The Furies 4. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  4. To Have and Have Not? 1949 Nobel Price winning author William Faulkner adapted 1954's winner Ernest Hemmingway's story.
  5. Back on topic. A man finds a cluster of daisies discarded on the floor in a back staircase.
  6. Thanks, Lavender. 1. A gambler stumbles across a Nazi spy ring 2. Infidelity is the cause of a long standing family feud. 3. A woman is jealous of her new step mother. 4. A son returns home to celebrate his father's birthday. The actress either plays a supporting or character role. The films are also in chronological order.
  7. Barbara Stanwyck is my favourite actress and as her month long celebration ends, I've tallied up all of her movies I've seen so far (68). Here's the list. (The films I was able to see for the first time this month on TCM are highlighted in red.) The Locked Door 1929 Ladies of Leisure 1930 Illicit 1931 Ten Cents A Dance 1931 Night Nurse 1931 The Miracle Woman 1931 Forbidden 1932 Shopworn 1932 So Big! 1932 The Purchase Price 1932 The Bitter Tea of General Yen 1932 Ladies They Talk About 1933 Baby Face 1933 Ever In My Heart 1933 Gambling Lady 1934 A Lost Lady 1934 The Secret B
  8. O'Shea, Sugarpuss-- Barbara Stanwyck in *Ball of Fire*
  9. Jared Leto was in *American Psycho* with Reese Witherspoon Reese Witherspoon was in *Twilight* with Paul Newman next: Caroline Dhavernas
  10. Is it Nat Pendleton? 1. Lady For A Day 2. The Great Ziegfeld 3. On Borrowed Time 4. Murder, My Sweet
  11. I'm thinking of the remake, The Gift of Love. Great job Lavender. You should get double points naming both the orignal and the remake.
  12. Yes! That's the one. Good job, Flashback. Your turn.
  13. The film was also directed by the same guy who directed the documentary on Robert Crumb called "Crumb" that was on TCM underground the other night.
  14. Sorry for the wait. The woman is there looking over a bunch of boys playing softball, trying to find a suitable child for adoption.
  15. No, not that one. There's a scene in the film where the girls are visiting a comic book store called Zine-O-Phobia run by an actual xenophobe and on the shelves are some of the comics created by the author of the comic the film is based on. The titles are, Eightball, Pussey! and David Boring.
  16. Bryce Dallas Howard was in *The Help* with Sissy Spacek Sissy Spacek was in *Missing* with Jack Lemmon Jack Lemmon was in *JFK* with Kevin Costner Kevin Costner was in *Message In A Bottle* with Paul Newman next: Kyle MacLachlan
  17. Yes, to all! Thank you for getting that. You're up.
  18. No, The girl gets away from the man and runs into a woman.
  19. Seth MacFarlane was in *Ted* with Mark Wahlberg Mark Wahlberg was in *I Heart Huckabees* with Dustin Hoffman Dustin Hoffman was in *All The President's Men* with Robert Redford Robert Redford was in *Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid* with Paul Newman next: David Hemmings
  20. No, they're not violet either. The girl has roommate and they went on to make another film together called Smashing Time.
  21. Interesting. This is a film adaptation of a beloved comic centered around two girls. One of the girls is an aspiring artist and the drawings sketched out in her notebook are actually the works of a different comic writer, underground legend, Robert Crumb, his wife Aline Kominsky, and their daughter Sophie.
  22. Since there hasn't been much response I'm going to practically give away the answer with this clue. The girl's eyes aren't brown, grey, or blue.
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