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Marianne

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  1. I remember this episode. For some reason, I still find it hard to believe that Janice Rule also appeared in Bell, Book, and Candle with Kim Novak and James Stewart.
  2. P. of T.: I don't recall ever watching Route 66 on television when it was first broadcast. But I saw the entire series when it was re-broadcast in recent years -- I think it was WMPX. I can't find the station any more.
  3. So people participating on this thread are watching or rewatching Route 66 now? (Great idea, by the way.)
  4. Can you post the URL for this site? I would be interested in seeing the comparisons.
  5. Thanks for the feedback. I'll keep the Chromecast and other suggestions in mind. Now I promise to leave this thread to Noir Alley fans everywhere!
  6. I think I have seen all the episodes of Route 66, and I do remember Ed Asner. Wikipedia has some interesting information compiled about the show. The Guest Stars section at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Route_66_(TV_series) gives many of the names of the guest stars.
  7. Larger Than Life (1996): Lying about an inheritance!
  8. I don't have wireless, so Chromecast is out for me. But watching on my laptop does just fine.
  9. The Endless Summer (1966) National Lampoon's Vacation (1983) A Room with a View (1985) (Finally made more than 1,000 posts!)
  10. I agree! But sometimes "convenience" and/or "cheap" (as in "free"!) win out. The Internet Archive is a good resource to consider for both reasons.
  11. You can see 711 Ocean Drive for free at the Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/711OceanDrive50
  12. The Family (2013), starring Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer
  13. Blonde Ice (1948) has exactly two female cast members, even though the title and the star is a female. It's all about her ruthless treatment of men, who get to overshadow her. Almost literally. The last scene includes all the men standing over (and looking down on) one female.
  14. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969) The Paper Chase (1973) Mister Holland's Opus (1995) Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)
  15. Would these films qualify? Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) True Grit (1969) (2010)
  16. Almost forgot! Breaker Morant (1980) Gallipoli (1981)
  17. Lantana (2001): Great film starring Anthony LaPaglia Television series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Lots of fun, by the way. Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears: yet-to-be-released film that I am looking forward to seeing!
  18. Bubba Ho-Tep (2002) (Yes, it's a movie, and yes, I saw it in the theater.)
  19. I just saw Key Largo for the first time in its entirety. I always thought I had seen it before, but nope, not from beginning to end. I have a soft spot for Bogie and Bacall together on screen.
  20. Suddenly (1954) The Desperate Hours (1955)
  21. Planet of the Apes (1968) and all its sequels and remakes The original film is actually based on a French novel: La planete des singes (1963) by Pierre Boulle!
  22. The Wizard of Oz (1939) It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
  23. Princess of Tap, I still listen to and enjoy both the Beatles and the Beach Boys. I was thinking of George Wills when I posted (wasn't he critical of George Harrison and the Beatles, but not so much the Beach Boys?). Anyway, that discussion is now a ways back in this thread, but I shall continue enjoying the Beach Boys and just be glad that Dennis Wilson didn't get them all in any deeper!
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