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  1. It has been awhile since I posted anything here. Hope all are doing well in these trying and uncharted times. Got a request to do a page on Gloria Swanson. Even though I feel I am a big movie buff, most of her movies are unknown to me. Yes, I, of course have seen her performance in Sunset Blvd. many times. Figured I would share the link here and see what the experts know about her early movies. https://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/gloria-swanson-movies/
  2. Kirk joins Olivia at the 103 marker. Both legends are still going strong. Our Kirk page ranks 71 of his movies Best to Worst in 6 different categories. Happy Birthday Kirk.http://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/kirk-douglas-movies/
  3. Thanks for all the suggestions...our Movies About Movies Page went from a little over 100 movies to 131 movies. Did not have box office grosses on some of the suggestions...so I sadly could not include them. This is the 42 movies listed that were made before 1968. Thanks again for the help. https://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/movies-about-movies/ 1928 The Cameraman (1928) 1928 Show People (1928) 1930 Free and Easy (1930) 1932 What Pri
  4. Thanks Brrrcold for the input. We are now up to about 125 movies.....with these TCM suggestions coming in....I have seen about 85 of them....seems...I like the subject....lol.
  5. Thank you Ray F. I will see if I have box office grosses on Crazy Horse and The Death Kiss. Hellzapoppin was a very very big hit back in the day. Once again…thanks for the suggestions.
  6. Hey Princess of Tap....great suggestions...kicking myself for not remembering Man of a Thousand Faces...that is one of my favorite James Cagney movies.
  7. Thank you Yancycravet….I will get these added to the page. Thanks for the suggestions.
  8. Thank you Vidiorisking…I will see if I have any box office grosses on Souls For Sale. I will have to check out Eleanor Boardman…as I admit…I am not too aware of her.
  9. Thanks for all the suggestions. I will add those movies to the page. Kicking myself for not including A Man Of A Thousand Faces.
  10. So we put together a movie ranking page on Movies About Movies. Overall we included 111 movies, but only 20 from 1928 to 1959. So my question is...which movies need to be added to the page. https://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/movies-about-movies/ 1928 The Cameraman (1928) 1928 Show People (1928) 1930 Free and Easy (1930) 1932 What Price Hollywood (1932) 1937 A Star Is Born (1937) AA Best Pi
  11. It took us over 7,000 movie pages....but we finally got around to giving a cinematographer some attention. Conrad Hall got 10 Oscar nominations in just over 30 movies....not a bad percentage at all! https://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/conrad-l-hall-movies/
  12. Thanks for the thoughts. Sterling Hayden does fit lots of these clues....but as far as I can tell none of his 6 kids had a tragic ending like that. Hayden did take his kids out to sea.....which he was in contempt of court....but returned with all the kids....he came back when his money ran out. And as Hibi points out...Hayden was a high school drop out....so not thinking English Prep Schools were even in Hayden's vocabulary.
  13. We got the following comment on our website (UltimateMovieRankings.com) I nor any of my regular readers have any idea who this actor is....any ideas in the land of TCM? "I'm trying to find which US male star of 50-60s was a sailor and lost a son off a ship in a storm. The actor came to UK with diplomat father at US embassy and they put the actor in a UK private school. I was thinking it was Sterling Hayden but cannot find any link to him losing a son off a ship. Father then lost interest in acting and went sailing. Could it have been one called Robert?" - Rose White
  14. https://www.ultimatemovierankings.com/doris-day-movies/ A nice person away from the cameras. A very sad day.
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