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Everything posted by NickAndNora34

  1. I Won't Dance- Lovely to Look At (1952); Marge & Gower Champion Marian the Librarian- The Music Man (1962) Row Row Row- Two Weeks With Love (1950); Debbie Reynolds & Carleton Carpenter Poor John- Cover Girl (1944); Rita Hayworth Alley Dance- My Sister Eileen (1955); Tommy Rall & Bob Fosse I Wanna be Loved by You- Three Little Words (1953); Debbie Reynolds & Carleton Carpenter I Might Fall Back on You- Show Boat (1951); Marge & Gower Champion Make Way for Tomorrow- Cover Girl (1944); Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers, & Rita Hayworth Barn Dance- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) Rap Tap on Wood- Born to Dance (1936); Eleanor Powell Shoeless Joe from Hannibal Mo- Damn Yankees (1958) Trash Can Dance- It's Always Fair Weather (1955); Gene Kelly, Dan Dailey, Michael Kidd The Babbitt and the Bromide- Ziegfeld Follies (1946); Gene Kelly & Fred Astaire Piano Dance- Let's Dance (1950); Fred Astaire Tom and Jerry- Anchors Aweigh (1945); Gene Kelly Lonesome Polecat- Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) Baby June and Her Newsboys- Gypsy (1962) Lady Be Good- " " (1941)- Eleanor Powell and her dog, Buttons I'll Take Tallulah- Ships Ahoy (1942)- Eleanor Powell (dancing), Red Skelton (singing)
  2. Ray Anthony- last surviving member of the Glenn Miller Orchestra Marge Champion Ken Berry Tim Conway Leslie Caron Dick Van Dyke Tab Hunter Angie Dickinson Tippi Hedren Joanne Woodward Eva Marie Saint Rhonda Fleming Carol Channing Marsha Hunt Patricia Morison Glynis Johns Jane Withers Honor Blackman Carl Reiner Carleton Carpenter Ann Morgan Guilbert (Millie on The Dick Van Dyke Show) Ed Asner Sally Ann Howes (Truly Scrumptious) Rose Marie Bob Newhart
  3. Laura- Laura (1944) Gone with the Wind Suite- Max Steiner (1939) Tom, Tom the Piper's Son- Presenting Lily Mars (1943)- Judy Garland I'm Strictly on the Corny Side- A Date with Judy (1948)- Jane Powell, Scotty Beckett Tammy- Tammy and the Bachelor (1957)- Debbie Reynolds Pennies from Heaven- " " (1936)- Bing Crosby The Moon is Blue- " " (1953) Wishing Will Make it So- Love Affair (1939)- Children's Chorus
  4. I don't believe we do see Barney Quill... And, of course, Rebecca de Winter... Don't know how I forgot that one
  5. In The Women (1939), Stephen Haines, Mary Haines' (Norma Shearer)'s husband is mentioned the whole time (as are all the others' husbans) but there are no men in the whole film. Also, Claude Daigle, the little boy who drowned in The Bad Seed (1956) is naturally talked about by the other characters, but, he has met an untimely demise.
  6. I know for Rebecca (1940), the second Mrs. DeWinter's name is not mentioned, however, in the book, the only snippet we receive is that her name is spelled unusually. But I definitely agree that it's fine not knowing her name as she is overshadowed by Rebecca the whole time.
  7. I probably watched Annie, The Sound of Music (1965) , Pollyanna (1960) , My Fair Lady (1964) each about 25 times between when I was 4 years old and 8 years old. I've only seen The Women (1939) about 6 times in the past two years.
  8. 1. "And by the way, there's a name for you ladies. Although it isn't used in high society... Outside of a kennel." (The Women, 1939) 2. "I'm going to give you a piece of my mind." "Oh, I wouldn't want to take the last piece." (Vivacious Lady, 1938) 3. "Insanity runs in my family. In fact, it practically gallops!" (Arsenic and Old Lace, 1944)
  9. Oh, I adore Betty Grable. One of my favorites of her '40s musicals is Pin Up Girl (1944).
  10. Literally, the scene that always makes me emotional, is the end scene in Disney's Homeward Bound... It's just so touching that when animals love their owners, they will try to find them no matter what. Also, the scene in "The Champ" with Jon Voight and Ricky Schroder, where the "Champ" has his last fight. Both of these NEVER fail to make me cry.
  11. Laura- Laura (1944)- Dick Haymes or Ella Fitzgerald Gone with the Wind Suite- Max Steiner Tammy- Tammy and the Bachelor (1957)- Debbie Reynolds Pennies from Heaven- " " (1936)- Bing Crosby I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams- Sing You Sinners (1938)- Bing Crosby Goodbye Charlie- " " (1964)- Bobby Darin Put the Blame on Mame- Gilda (1946)- Rita Hayworth This Happy Feeling- " " (1955)- Debbie Reynolds Swinging on a Star- Going My Way (1944) We Have Never Met as Yet- I Love Melvin (1953)- Debbie Reynolds & Donald O'Connor Buttons and Bows- The Paleface (1948)- Bob Hope Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son- Presenting Lily Mars (1943)- Judy Garland The Hanging Tree- " " (1959)- Marty Robbins In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening- Here Comes the Groom (1951)- Bing Crosby & Jane Wyman High Hopes- A Hole in the Head (1959)- Frank Sinatra Oh, I also love the theme song for "Somewhere in Time."
  12. I really enjoyed Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967), Let's Dance (1950; Astaire & Hutton), Singin' in the Rain (1957) (plus many more I'm currently drawing a blank on).
  13. I think, for me, I thoroughly enjoyed The Bad Seed (1956), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) and The Thing from Another World (1951; despite its corniness; "Keep watching the skies!") What are some y'all have seen that you thought were weird/strange, scary/creepy, or just things that made you think?
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