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  1. Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) Next: extremely cold weather
  2. Fail Safe (1964) Next: Favorite Warner Bros. musical
  3. The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947) Next: lots of screen time for Sean Connery
  4. Indignation (2016) A Jewish college student grapples with love, education and fighting in the Korean War.
  5. Our Dancing Daughters (1928) The Roaring Twenties (1939) Singin' in the Rain (1952)
  6. Thanks TB! Yes, Hopkins and Harrison together in a screwball comedy or drama, romantic or otherwise, would have been nice to see.
  7. Men Are Not Gods (1936) Miriam Hopkins went to England to film this romantic drama. A favor for the devoted wife of a fledgling actor brings Miriam’s character new friends, but also envelops her in a romantic triangle that turns dangerous. The love/sex dualism is presented as a male entitlement, but for women a painful bargain fraught with longing and loneliness. The mood is brightened by wry comedic touches, as well as lovely shots of London landmarks. Hopkins’ performance is made memorable by a scene in which she bluntly and powerfully confronts the one-sided choices women are asked to make
  8. Like Someone in Love (2012)
  9. Blue is the Warmest Colour (2013) Next: Another movie that contains "blue" or "blues" in the title
  10. The Believer (2001) Ryan Gosling as a Jewish anti-semite who joins neo nazis
  11. I consider Miriam Hopkins the quintessential Pre-Code actress. Sexy, smart, and direct, Miriam could seduce you one moment (Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) and break your heart (The Story of Temple Drake) in the next. I would have loved to have seen her in an all-out musical. Something like 42nd Street would have been a perfect vehicle. Great choice for SOTM.
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