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  1. The year that Ronee Blakely was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Barbara Jean in Nashville, the camera person zoomed in on Susan Sarandon by mistake instead of Ronee Blakely during the part where the five nominees are all shown on screen! I guess the two women do have similar facial features, but still . . . This was the year that Lee Grant won for Shampoo.
  2. One of my favorite songs from Nashville - "Since You've Gone" - isn't included on the soundtrack album.
  3. This was such sad news to hear. If she was ill, I'm glad she is not suffering and that she seems to have died peacefully. Ann Reinking didn't appear in many movies ( I don't think the medium could fully capture the depth of her talent) but she was wonderful in All That Jazz and Annie. It was on stage where she shone the brightest, as a performer and as a choreographer. Here's a clip of her as Roxie Hart from the 1996 Broadway revival of Chicago, which she also choreographed using Bob Fosse's blueprints. Wow! This is the essence of what a great musical theater performanc
  4. Basil Rathbone was Mr. Murdstone in David Copperfield Loretta Young was Katrin Holstrom in The Farmer's Daughter Robert Taylor was Johnny Eager in Johnny Eager So the movie is Private Number. next: Elmer Gantry carries on an affair with Anna Leonowens, the wife of his "boss" Lester Townsend
  5. "Two Sleepy People" with lyrics by Frank Loesser and music by Hoagy Carmichael from the movie Thanks For The Memory. In the movie it was sung by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross. Seth MacFarlane (of Family Guy fame) and Norah Jones also recorded a version of this song.
  6. Yes! Kander and Ebb's "Mein Herr" was added for Bob Fosse's movie Cabaret, replacing "Don't Tell Mama" from the original stage production. The 1998 Broadway revival included both "Mein Herr" and "Don't Tell Mama." Good work, MilesArcher. It's your turn.
  7. Hint: The score of the movie was taken from a stage musical, but this song was not in the original stage production.
  8. Yes! Great work, lavenderblue. It's your turn.
  9. lavenderblue is correct. The movie is A Millionaire For Christy starring Fred MacMurray and Eleanor Parker. You should check it out, shutoo. It'a a lot of fun. It's your turn, lavenderblue.
  10. Here's a hint: The movie was released in the 1950's. The male lead made a number of Disney movies.
  11. Clark Gable was Harry Van in Idiot's Delight Myrna Loy was Muriel Blandings in Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House May Robson was Apple Annie in Lady For A Day Jean Harlow was Lola Burns in Bombshell So the movie is Wife Vs Secretary next: Fog delays Helen Burns's attempt to leave her husband Henry VIII for David Savage
  12. A Hitchcock movie has a number of vampire references. Name the movie and provide at least three examples of vampire references.
  13. The prop was the UNICA key from Notorious. Cary Grant kept it and later gave it to Ingrid Bergman. Many years later she gave it to Hitchcock.
  14. "It's The Same Old Dream" with lyrics by Sammy Cahn and music by Jule Styne from the movie It Happened in Brooklyn. Frank Sinatra sang those lyrics in the movie.
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