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CharlieT

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  1. Was it Harriet Hilliard Nelson in FOLLOW THE FLEET?
  2. Until you said it was made in the late '40s, I was going to guess Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz with Somewhere Over the Rainbow. I would have been wrong, obviously.
  3. Actually, it was *Welcome, Stranger* starring Bing Crosbyi and Barry Fitzgerald, but close enough.
  4. THE GREAT WHITE HOPE (Madonna's bed support was *The Virgin Spring* - later remade twice as *The Last House on the Left*.) next: Greetings unknown person
  5. This is a foreign film that has been remade twice under another name.
  6. *The Miracle of Morgan's Creek* next: Madonna's bed support
  7. It was the Glenn Miller orchestra in the aforementioned films. I don't think Bill Haley ever played with Glenn Miller and his gang. Your thread, Miles.
  8. 'Fraid not, finance. One of the two films featured a world famous athlete.
  9. *While the City Sleeps*? if so: Miss Wynette and the single man
  10. *101* "It's just a step to the left, and then a jump to the ri-i-ight!"
  11. It would fit... but it's not the Beatles.
  12. Here's a quick and easy one. This musical group made two movies which were little more than an excuse to showcase their hits and their distinctive style. Who are they?
  13. Was it Cary Grant in *Singapore Sue*?
  14. *The Philadelphia Story* next: cheap musical number
  15. *99* "Yeah, I dream of Jeannie, too."
  16. MR. ROBERTS next: occurs annually prior to school vacations
  17. That was my point about the meaning of "prominent". You discount Ann Rutherford in *Gone With The Wind*, but cite her in the Andy Hardy film. Does that mean that the role is prominent, the actor/actress, or a subtle combination of role and performer? Just wondering.
  18. You're correct, Pete. I sometimes make it a game to watch for him in his brief appearances. The two most apparent are in *Meet John Doe* and *Road to Utopia*. Your thread.
  19. Depends on what you mean by prominent. *Gone With the Wind* (1939) still has Olivia de Havilland (Melanie Wilkes), Cammie Sue King (Bonnie Blue Butler), Alicia Rhett (India Wilkes), Ann Rutherford (Careen O'Hara) and Mickey Kuhn (Beau Wilkes) still surviving. de Haviland qualifies and Rutherford should, but the rest did little else of note.
  20. He is in a major sports Hall of Fame, appeared in over sixty films as an extra and was born in Prague (be careful!) - who is he?
  21. *99* "Who you callin' a eunich, laughing boy?"
  22. *The Little Princess* is the correct Shirley Temple movie, so the clue becomes: Richard Greene in *The Little Princess* Remember, this is a newer movie and won 9 Oscars - including Best Picture. (I'll be away from the computer for the next couple of days, so be patient if I don't answer right away.)
  23. I appreciate the info and the effort, Fred. Thanks for the help.
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