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  1. I haven't bought the 1st or 2nd season of Alfred Hitchcock Presents yet. My favorite episodes in this series were the ones with Rip Torn and John Cassavetes. I'm also looking forward to the release of the Alfred Hitchcock Hour, whenever that is.
  2. I saw All Mine to Give (1957) again last week--that one gets me all teary-eyed. Disney's The Three Lives of Thomasina (1964) is sad, especially, the funeral procession with the kids in kilts playing bagpipes. Another real tearjerker for me, is The Island of the Blue Dolphins (1964).
  3. Joan Fontaine in Born to Be Bad (1950)
  4. My all-time favorite is 3:10 to Yuma. (The story, the acting, cinematography and the memorable opening theme sung by Frankie Laine are excellent). Other favorites are: Loves of Carmen The Gazebo The Fastest Gun Alive Human Desire The Big Heat A Stolen Life Cowboy I would like to see The Adventures of Martin Eden (1942) based on the Jack London book. (I haven't seen this film listed in any tv schedules in 30 years!)
  5. Full of Life (1956) is my favorite Judy Holliday movie.
  6. Leed

    The Avengers

    The Fear Merchants
  7. Leed

    The Avengers

    The Hidden Tiger The Joker The House That Jack Built
  8. We never see the unfortunate Claude Daigle in The Bad Seed--no flashback sequences, no photographs, etc.
  9. I can't decide either. I once had an argument with a roommate because I absolutely had to watch Bogart on the late movie--pre-VCR era. (Actually, I think this was the reason my roommate moved out). However, Cagney did have the most expressive eyes...
  10. I like the 1949 version with June Allyson. There was also a 1978 made-for-TV version with Susan Dey as Jo and William Shatner as Professor Bhaer. I've only seen it once, but it wasn't all that bad.
  11. Shadow of a Doubt Marnie Family Plot The Birds Rebecca
  12. In high school one of my classmates looked at my yearbook photo and said that I looked like Emma Peel (Diana Rigg). Other people have told me that I look like Stefanie Powers and Elizabeth Taylor. In recent years, however, a few people have told me that I resemble Roseanne. I resemble that remark!
  13. My grandmother sent me to get popcorn during the Incredible Mr. Limpet. I was about 8 or 9 years-old and I returned with popcorn for my little sister and grandmother, but with my money I bought a magazine featuring this new musical sensation--The Beatles. Grandma was not too happy. (The theater was either the Fox or Paramount in Oakland, CA).
  14. Ray Danton Rory Calhoun Steve Cochran
  15. Sean Connery Laurence Olivier Dorothy McGuire Cliff Robertson
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