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shutoo

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  1. Brewster, Abby---Josephine Hull in Arsenic and Old Lace
  2. Azure's right..the tweed lady is, of course, miss Foy..the title character who only drinks Herriman's Herbal tea Azure's next!
  3. Egelhoffer, Dr.--played by Edwin Maxwell in His Girl Friday
  4. Lavender is right! I adore this film..watch it every Christmas. For those who haven't seen it, Bob Hope is the title character..and Mrs Beasley.. in this Damon Runyon tale. Lavenderblue's next...
  5. Sorry for the delay..you're right..it's The Yam (and thanks for posting the clip..can't get attachments to work when using my tablet)... Miles is next...
  6. It is Diana Dors..I guess I was thinking of her because I saw her in a Hitchcock presents last week on hulu...her second husband, Richard Dawson, is probably known best as the kissing game show host. Dors evidently was the 'Marilyn Monroe of England' because of her beauty, but was a pretty good actress. MilesArcher is up!
  7. A young stylish woman and an older woman in traditional tweed share a table in a train's dining car. The older woman orders tea, but insists they brew it from the package she hands the waiter.
  8. Sorry! Mrs Beasley found (very) temporary lodging at the Nellie Thursday Home for Old Dolls
  9. A lot of pressure...let's try this... This English born actress was an early bloomer--beauty pageants at 13, and her first bit parts at 16. Even as a child she wanted Hollywood fame..but achieved only small roles in American films despite her popularity in Britain. In fact, Americans are more familiar with her second husband (and not for his movie work).
  10. Ray Milland? (I have no idea if he was Fred's pal..)
  11. Driftwood, Otis---Groucho Marx in A Night At the Opera
  12. In the very broadest view, this song could be said to have a holiday connection... I didn't come to do the Charleston I didn't come to bell the Jack I didn't come to do the Suzie Q Or do the Bottom they call Black Know the song and film in which it's performed?
  13. Marlowe, Kit---Bette Davis in Old Acquaintance
  14. Iranoff---Sig Ruman in Ninotchka
  15. One of my all time favorites, Holiday Inn Fred Astaire sings this in the final scene when the characters are reunited on stage. Irving Berlin wrote it.
  16. Thanks Lonesome!..here's a clue to one of my favorite holiday films... With only two days left until Christmas, Mrs. Beasley--a poor soul who "..had to take in floors to wash" to make ends meet--seeks a warm shelter. Her only possession? A bag containing the mop she's knitting.
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