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  1. I'm happy that there is a Diana Dors day on this August's SUTS. There's one thing wrong though with that day's schedule: they're not showing "Berserk". She had several funny one-liners in that one. Her role in that film was a character role, but a very juicy and prominent supporting role. It was also a movie in which she practically goes toe-to-toe on-screen with Joan Crawford in a couple of scenes. I'm a little sorry that TCM won't be airing that film as part of her Summer Under the Stars day. I can't believe they're not including it. They have shown it occasionally.
  2. Thank you, Peebs. OK, this is it: "Change of Habit" "World War III Breaks Out" "Some Kind of Wonderful" "One Is a Lonely Number" "Baby Boom"
  3. Is it Donald Sutherland? I remember him being in the last two.
  4. Yes, you've got it, Princess of Tap. Now it's your turn.
  5. All right, Peebs. "Sabrina" "Wait Until Dark" "Summer Rental" "Our Miss Brooks" "Hot Shots: Part Deux"
  6. Alan Arkin was in "The In-Laws" with Peter Falk. Peter Falk was in "Murder By Death" with Eileen Brennan. Eileen Brennan was in "Sticky Fingers" with Helen Slater. Helen Slater was in "City Slickers" with Jack Palance. Jack Palance was in "The Silver Chalice" with Paul Newman. Next: Ken Lynch
  7. Albert Brooks was in "Defending Your Life", which featured Shirley MacLaine. Shirley MacLaine was in "What a Way to Go" with Paul Newman. or Albert Brooks was in "Defending Your Life" with Meryl Streep. Meryl Streep was in "Postcards from the Edge" with Gene Hackman. Gene Hackman was in "I Never Sang For My Father" with Melvyn Douglas. Melvyn Douglas was in "One Is a Lonely Number" with Trish Van Devere. Trish Van Devere was in "Messenger of Death" with John Ireland. John Ireland was in "55 Days at Peking" with Ava Gardner. Ava Gardner was in "The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean" with Paul Newman. Next: James Handy
  8. Ruth Roman was in "Dallas" with Gary Cooper. Gary Cooper was in "Desire" with Marlene Dietrich. Marlene Dietrich was in "Golden Earrings" with Ray Milland. Ray Milland was in "The Gilded Lily" with Fred MacMurray. Fred MacMurray was in "The Apartment" with Shirley MacLaine. Shirley MacLaine was in "What A Way To Go" with Paul Newman. Next: Arielle Dombasle
  9. Yes it is. Good work there, TopBilled. Now it's your turn.
  10. All right. "The Defiant Ones" "For Love of Ivy" "Cleopatra" "Hawaii" "Parrish".
  11. Almira Sessions. She's a performer I never knew.
  12. There are so many people that I have thought of for Summer Under the Stars, for 2020, 2021, and even 2022, and 2023. These are the people that I have thought of for 2020: [Some have been honored in SUTS at least once, and others have not. These have been my thoughts for this year, pretty much in this order.] Spencer Tracy Ida Lupino Humphrey Bogart Norma Shearer Ramon Novarro Glenda Jackson (a SUTS debut) Fredric March or Robert Taylor {a choice for a Backlot vote - the men] Nanette Newman (another SUTS debut) Harvey Keitel (another SUTS debut) Joan Leslie (another SUTS debut) Fay Bainter (another SUTS debut, I think) Tom Skerritt (another SUTS debut) Deborah Kerr (it's been a few years) Sammy Davis Jr. (It's been a number of years - that is if he was ever honored during SUTS) Kim Hunter (another SUTS debut) Jerry Orbach (another SUTS debut) Loretta Young Richard Kiley (another SUTS debut) Ann Rutherford (another SUTS debut, I believe) Max Von Sydow (another SUTS debut; it's been on my mind since last year, well before his passing. My dream is that they would include two of his rare gems from the early and mid-1990s: "The Best Intentions" and its sequel "Private Confessions".) Ruby Dee (another SUTS debut) Martin Balsam (another SUTS debut) Cesar Romero (another SUTS debut) Candice Bergen (another SUTS debut) James Earl Jones (another SUTS debut) Grace Kelly or Hope Lange [a choice for a Backlot vote - the women; Lange definitely being a SUTS debut; I actually prefer Hope Lange as a whole over Grace Kelly} Warren William Beah Richards (another SUTS debut) John Saxon (another SUTS debut) Lucile Watson (another SUTS debut) Leslie Nielsen Hopefully one day soon I'll be able to share with you my ideas for the next year and perhaps the following two years after that.
  13. Very well done, Swithin! That was very fast. Now it's your turn.
  14. 1 Bonita Granville was in "Love laughs at Andy Hardy" with Lina Romay. Lina Romay was in "Weekend at the Waldorf" with Ginger Rogers. Ginger Rogers was in "The major and the minor" with Ray Milland. Ray Milland was in "Love story" with Tommy Lee Jones. Tommy Lee Jones was in "The Betsy" with Lesley Anne Down. Lesley Anne Down was in "A little night music" with Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth Taylor was in "Cat on a hot tin roof" with Paul Newman. 2 Bonita Granville was in "Now voyager" with Bette Davis. Bette Davis was in "Phone call from a stranger" with Shelley Winters. Shelley Winters was in "Pete's dragon" with Red Buttons. Red Buttons was in "Sayonara" with Patricia Owens. Patricia Owens was in "No down payment" with Joanne Woodward. Joanne Woodward was in "The long hot summer" with Paul Newman. 3 Bonita Granville was in "These three" with Marcia Mae Jones. Marcia Mae Jones was in "Heidi" with Shirley Temple. Shirley Temple was in "The little colonel" with Lionel Barrymore. Lionel Barrymore was in "You can't take it with you" with Ann Miller. Ann Miller was in "The opposite sex" with Leslie Nielsen. Leslie Nielsen was in "The naked gun 33 1/3: the final insult" with George Kennedy. George Kennedy was in "Cool hand Luke" with Paul Newman. Next: Lucinda Dickey
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