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  1. Jerry Lewis shooting his shot with Audrey Hepburn-
  2. Best Opening- Touch of Evil Best Ending- 2001: A Space Odyssey
  3. Sinatra's In the Wee Small Hours is great for AM hours listening.
  4. Audrey Hepburn- My Fair Lady Robert Shaw- A Man For All Seasons Orson Welles- Citizen Kane Peter Sellers- The Pink Panther Marlon Brando- A Streetcar Named Desire Katharine Hepburn- The Lion in Winter Marilyn Monroe- Niagara Max Von Sydow- The Seventh Seal Judy Garland- A Star is Born Jimmy Stewart- Vertigo Sean Connery- From Russia With Love or any Bond
  5. Certainly one of the best films ever made on every level. Agree with the OP on the soldier getting shot, surprisingly violent for 39.
  6. A little late but I love Waterloo Bridge and watch it a lot of the time when it comes on. Also planning on staying up late and watching Wings tomorrow. Never seen it.
  7. 1. Over the Rainbow- The Wizard of Oz 2. The Way You Look Tonight- Swing Time 3. Moon River- Breakfast at Tiffany's 4. White Christmas- Holiday Inn 5. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head- Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 6. Three Coins in the Fountain- Three Coins in the Fountain 7. Sooner or Later- Dick Tracy 8. When You Wish Upon a Star- Pinocchio 9. Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah- Song of the South 10.The Continental- The Gay Divorcee
  8. Tea and Sympathy with Deborah Kerr comes on tomorrow at 4PM. A real hidden gem and probably one of my 5 favorite movies of all time. It seems to be very underseen.
  9. I would say 57- A Face in the Crowd Funny Face An Affair to Remember Paths of Glory The Seventh Seal Throne of Blood Wild Strawberries Heaven Knows Mr. Allison 12 Angry Men Sayonara Pretty tough lineup to beat
  10. That was so bad I just had to laugh. What would possess anyone to do that? Just show the regular movie and don't go to all this trouble just to mess it up.
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