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Philip Muldoon

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  1. It seems so obvious I can't believe it hasn't been suggested..... Ben Mankiewicz!
  2. THat's a good question! I wanted to see if anyone else would mention them?????
  3. Of course I'd be wrong not to say: Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday! Audrey Hepburn and Holden/Bogart in Sabrina. Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney in Two for the Road (ok painful) Audrey Hepburn and William Holden in Forget Paris Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire in Funny Face Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'Toole in How to Steal a Million Well I'm starting to sense a trend here...
  4. Hands down, no questions asked.... Doris Day and Rock Hudson!!!!
  5. There was a mention here about the score, it was awesome. Little trivia, it was the first film that Fox played during the intro when the Fox logo appeared on screen. She never loved her husband, she was vulnerable when she fell for the cad... Let's face it, she was sitting at home collaborating with a ghost on a book about the life of a seaman, she had to question her own sanity at times. For me it was never depressing as some have said. It was so romantic, the idea that she could love this being and after enduring the life she chose finally can be with him. It gives me hope!
  6. The B&W scenes make the movie, it's an amazing segway to Oz.
  7. For me it was and will always be the cowardly lion. Bert Lahr just stole so many scenes in WOO that I lost count. He just a dandelion...So funny.
  8. Klute Trapeze Sleuth Bullit Tarzan Godzilla Frankenstein Dracula Wolfman Jaws
  9. When the conversation at parties gets around to naming the ten films you would take with you on a deserted island, I always include The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. I love this film, I love Gene Tierney in it and expect to be waiting for my true love in the same fashion as the Captain.
  10. I am not alone, but am a huge Doris Day fan. She can sing, dance, and act. A real gem. I love her in all genre of film she has done. Must see: Pillow Talk Love me or Leave Me Young Man with a Horn Julie Well I could just drag her filmology over. She should have gotten the AA for Love Me or Leave Me, not even nominated.
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