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  1. Less often mentioned... Ladies: Gene Tierney, Jean Simmons, Lana Turner, Ingrid Bergmann, Kim Novak,Dorothy Dandridge, Sophia Loren, Julie Christie, Allida Valli, Anouk Aimee Gentlemen: Gregory Peck, Victor Mature, Terrence Stamp, Farley Granger, Stewart Granger, Edmund Purdum Extremely attractive though not "breathtakingly beautiful" gentlemen: Joseph Cotten, Trevor Howard, Peter Finch, Woody Strode, (young) John Wayne,
  2. Oh, yes, I agree about "The Shawshank Redemption" and the recent "Stepford Wives" which is truly hilarious. I'm sure both of these will be dvd rental hits for a long time to come.
  3. Victor Mature, my favorite actor, had a sense of humor about himself, and obviously didn't take himself too seriously when he said: I'm no actor ? and I have sixty-four pictures to prove it." He also said: "Hollywood is a place where the stars twinkle until they wrinkle."
  4. These are great, especially the last one from Myrna.
  5. I totally agree with classicsfan1119 about Spartacus' ending - it clears my sinuses every time. It's another one of my top ten I forgot to mention. Also, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - it's soooo beautiful! I also agree with the person who cries about the lost kitty near the end of Breakfast at Tiffany - also another ending so sweet I have to cry, but I'm a good cryer! And what about Death in Venice! I also agree about Wuthering Heights. It gets embarrassing, really.
  6. Wow! What fun read everybody's lists. Sanders' sounds like great fun - I'll have to look for it at the library. As a teenager I had to read Flynn's "My Wicked, Wicked Ways" - the title was irresistable and it was satisfyingly scandalous. Shelley Winters' are fun reading, too, for her amorous adventures. I keep thinking I'll pick up Shirley MacLean's books some time, too, and check out about her and Mitchum, among (many, it seems) others.
  7. I find him adorable in The Shop Around the Corner, delightful in Bell, Book and Candle, and intriguing in Vertigo.
  8. The Third Man Kiss of Death The Postman...
  9. What fun to read everybody's lists. Here are (some of) my favorites (I have so many) not including the usual Pantheon: The Third Man Death in Venice (which I fogot to mention in the best deaths thread, for Dirk Bogarde's great one) Once Upon a Time in the West Vertigo The Ghost and Mrs. Muir The Egyptian My Darling Clementine Lawrence of Arabia Patton Spellbound
  10. And how! My favorite movie with him is Spellbound - I love it when he offers Ingrid Bergman a choice of sandwiches on their picnic, and she chooses liverwurst. His performance in The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit is very sensitive. A howlingly bad movie is Duel in the Sun, but he's fun in it as a "bad boy."
  11. Orson Welles in The Third Man, and I also second Henry Fonda in Once Upon a Time in the West. This is fun!
  12. Victor Marure - or at least a day devoted to his movies, especially Androcles and the Lion, The Moss Rose, My Darling Clementine, After the Fox, and on and on...
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