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Det Jim McLeod

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    New York
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    Cary Grant
    Kirk Douglas
    Boris Karloff
    Robert DeNiro

    Natalie Wood
    Hayley Mills
    Bette Davis
    Audrey Hepburn

    Alfred Hitchcock
    Stanley Kubrick
    Martin Scorsese
    William Wyler

    Favorite movies:

    Duck Soup
    King Kong
    Sons Of The Desert
    Bride of Frankenstein
    The Raven
    Gunga Din
    Son Of Frankenstein

    Shadow Of A Doubt
    Arsenic And Old Lace
    Meet Me In St Louis
    Kiss Of Death
    Miracle On 34th Street
    The Search
    The Window

    Detective Story
    Strangers On A Train
    From Here To Eternity
    On The Waterfront
    Night Of The Hunter
    Paths Of Glory

    The Manchurian Candidate
    Whatever Happened To Baby Jane
    A Patch Of Blue
    The Good The Bad And The Ugly
    Rosemary's Baby
    Midnight Cowboy

    The Mind Of Mr Soames
    Dirty Harry
    The Taking Of Pelham 123
    Taxi Driver

    48 Hrs
    Fanny And Alexander
    Blue Velvet
    Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life
    Full Metal Jacket
    The Untouchables
    Imagine:John Lennon

    What About Bob
    The Crying Game
    The Player
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Ed Wood

    Ghost World
    Spider Man
    Kill Bill Vol 1
    Shattered Glass
    The Chronicles Of Narnia:The Lion,The
    Witch And The Wardrobe
    Dear Frankie
    Little Miss Sunshine

    Martha Marcy May Marlene
    Zero Charisma
    Gone Girl
    Listen To Me Marlon
    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

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  1. Jim Lefferts (Arthur Kennedy) next-Arsenic And Old Lace (1944)
  2. I liked this one. Although filmed in 1978, it wasn't released in the US until 1988, 4 years after Burton's death. That's when I first saw it. It was written by Anthony Shaffer, the author of Sleuth, so there are some twists and shocks in it. Burton gives a fine performance here as the priest who is deceived by a disturbed student in a boys school.
  3. 8, She was paired with Thelma Todd is several comedy short films
  4. Anne Of The Thousand Days (1969) TCM 7/10 King Henry VIII (Richard Burton) seeks to divorce his wife Catherine to marry the young Anne Boleyn (Genevieve Bujold) I just re watched this for the first time in many years. Burton is great as the selfish, obsessive King. But Bujold steals the show as the feisty Anne. She may the most beautiful actress to play this role and makes her a very complex character. We are never sure of her motives in finally agreeing to marry Henry. She seems vengeful at times, a little devious (is she lying or telling the truth in her powerful final scene with t
  5. Young Tom Edison (1940) Next- Edison The Man (1940)
  6. Anzio (1968) next- Sharon Tate, Elke Sommer, Nancy Kwan
  7. Without naming names, what is it about some posters on here that makes you put them on ignore? There are the ones that are so obsessed by their political views that I can't stand to see what they wrote. It can be either a Right Wing Nut or a Left Wing Moron. There are ones that think they are funny but usually they are laughing at their own jokes. There are ones that think they are intelligent and use a lot of big words but they don't seem to understand them. There are ones that are clearly trolls, and just post gibberish. Or the chronic complainers (usually newbies wh
  8. 🤣I never heard of Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan, a pilot who wanted to fly from NY to CA, and ended up in Ireland! Apparently he never lived it down, though he lived to the ripe old age of 84.
  9. Yes, definitely surreal. I had read that much of it was inspired by Salvador Dali paintings.
  10. I missed the Popeye hour and some of the second hour. TOM AND JERRY/MGM CARTOONS Poor Little Me (1935) Stinky the skunk is sad because no one wants to get near him. He sings "I Ain't Got Nobody" This is one of the "cute" MGM cartoons by Hugh Harman but still has some good laughs. Stinky is befriended by a little bunny who has a cold. They are pursued by a bobcat with a Cab Calloway type voice, he sings "You Rascal You". Hic Cup Pup (1954) Tyke gets the hiccups when his dad Spike puts him down for a nap. Tom makes too much noise chasing Jerry. Tom has some of his great screams wh
  11. Home From The Hill (1960) Next- Your Cheatin' Heart (1964) two with George Hamilton
  12. House Of Cards (1968) Next- Burt Reynolds, Cybill Shepard, Madeline Khan
  13. The only one I can think of was the TV movie The Steeler And The Pittsburgh Kid (1981), it was based on the famous Coca Cola commercial of the Pittsburgh Steeler Mean Joe Greene and the kid offering him his Coke. Henry Thomas plays the kid in the movie.
  14. Have they ever played Carnegie Hall? I would go to see them if they ever play there. Carnegie Hall is still closed for performances but are supposed to open up again in the Fall.
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