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  1. 4.) The role of "Liliom" was one of his favorite roles.
  2. Really? Sorry, Terrence, but there are nicknames in other films that are much more unusual and memorable than Chickie-Pan.
  3. The Human Comedy of Terrors
  4. Meg Ryan Next: Audrey Kathleen Ruston
  5. 3:10 to Yuma (another Western with Glenn Ford) Next: How to Steal a Million
  6. "A Fair is a Veritable Smorgasbord" (from Charlotte's Web - 1973) Next: a song sung by 3 men
  7. Romeo and Juliet Next: sneaking out through a window
  8. The Scapegoat Next: FLNNETIICADO
  9. Thenryb, if you didn't know that Terrence had used this answer before, then the search function would have been useless. Just to clarify, I only said that I remembered that Terrence had used the answer before. I didn't remember which movie it was, so I did have to look it up. As I said earlier, I haven't seen this movie in a while, so I had forgotton about the nickname.
  10. Terrence, I just remembered that you once used the name "Chickie-Pan" as an answer on the "First Film That Comes to Mind" thread. It was from The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Debbie Reynolds' character was nicknamed "Chickie-Pan". (I haven't seen that film in a while, so I had forgotten about the nickname.)
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