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DickLindsay

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About DickLindsay

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  • Birthday 12/13/1958

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    Rancho Mirage, California
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    classic films, Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Humphrey Bogart, original lobby cards

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  1. thanks.... When I read that other info on WIKIPEDIA, from the synopsis ("The camera pans down to a cactus as he rides past it. Lying next to it is the only bag of gold that the bandits had missed. It is unopened and still full of gold.") I really thought I had made a mistake all these years. Just goes to show, you cannot trust everything on wikipedia.
  2. But what about the final shot of the film? Does it show the empty sacks that were dumped by the banditos, OR does the final shot show a bag of gold that the bandits had missed which is unopened and still full of gold?
  3. Hello all, TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE has always been one of my all-time favorite films. I just read something on WIKIPEDIA which says that the final shot shows a bag of gold that the bandits had missed which is s unopened and still full of gold..... I feel a little awkward to ask this, but.... it that accurate? I always thought the last shot showed the sacks of gold that were opened and dumped into the desert and are now completely empty. I asked a friend of mind about this (before writing here on TCM), and we both have this same interpretation (the last shot shows an empty sack). are
  4. LITTLE NELLIE KELLY (1940) during the swearing in of new USA citizens segment.
  5. my sincere apologies, I meant the woman in #8 is Clara Blondick.
  6. actually, i think i am changing my mind about #9-- I think the woman IS Clara Blandick.
  7. hi Janet: I have the proper equipment to transfer music from LPs to my PC, and then I can create a CD with those files. I will do this for you as a courtesy-- I will even send you prepaid first class labels. If your're wondering why I am willing to do this, here is the reason: I love to collect original film photographs. Many a time, as many of you know from reading my posts, I get terrific looking photos and there are always a few which I cannot identify. Every single time, the TCM members help me out with identifications and I cannot express how grateful I am for the help I receive.
  8. Hello everone, I changed all the photos to larger images; for some reason it wasn't working very well last night. hope the larger images help I think correct title for #2 is WORLD GONE MAD On #9, the number is R-298-A but my STILL IDENTIFICATION book does not have that code. with regard to #8, is it possible that it is Lillian Harmer-- it's the only female i see in the cast that fits (its not CLARA BLONDICK and its not JANE DARWELL.........) thanks again!
  9. Hello everone, I changed all the photos to larger images; for some reason it wasn't working very well last night. hope the larger images help On #9, the number is R-298-A but my STILL IDENTIFICATION book does not have that code. with regard to #8, is it possible that it is Lillian Harmer-- it's the only female i see in the cast that fits (its not CLARA BLONDICK and its not JANE DARWELL.........) thanks again!
  10. Hello, I am having difficulting posting photographs here. 1. This is an MGM starlet, but my new photo ID book does not include the code MG55612 located on the bottom left. any ideas? 2. Pat O'BRIEN, but I do not know the woman or the other gentleman. 3. I am guessing JACKIE COOGAN? 4. Code on the bottom of this photo is 1333 which according to my ID book is either ROAD TO MOROCCO or ANCHORS AWEIGH. I think its neither. 5. I know its ROBERT MITCHUM, but not sure of the two ladies 6. probably
  11. wow, i think you're definitely right! I think if MARY WICKES ever needed a stand-in, they could've hired PHYLLIS KENNEDY! thanks for the info!
  12. Hello, i have this nice original still from CAREFREE. I am able to identify all in the photo, but the lady on the far right looks like (to me anyway) MARY WICKES. But I don't see her name in the credits. Am I wrong? thanks https://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/lobbiesforme/02vj.JPG
  13. thanks Lawrence. I almost guessed with was Margaret Lindsay.... I wonder if there was a working title with the initials "EA"?! thanks for your help!
  14. Hello everyone, hope your summer is going well. I'm in a place where is 120F! I am trying to identify the film title of this photograph. The info in the bottom right is "EA" but I see no Karloff film that has that info. So, does anyone know the woman? Thanks
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