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Everything posted by CharlieT

  1. Thanks, Fred. I'll stay away for now.
  2. The target movie is a newer one, and the Shirley Temple is one of the last of her "juvenile" films.
  3. The last two times in visited the "What movie is this picture from?" thread in *Games and Trivia*, I got this threat warning from my anti-virus program: The page you are trying to access has been identified as a known exploit, phishing, or social engineering web site and therefore has been blocked for your safety. Without protection, such as that in the AVG Security Toolbar and AVG, your computer is at risk of being compromised, corrupted or having your identity stolen. Please follow one of the suggestions below to continue. URL: www1.mysafety-pc-protection.in/?p=p52dcWpob1%2FCj8bYbnOC
  4. *The Country Girl* next (this could be a toughie): Richard Greene in a Shirley Temple film
  5. I think that last one was *Daddy Longlegs* STRANGE CARGO next: the following noise made by the human talker
  6. *98* Sometimes living next to the drive-in theater bothered Veronica.
  7. *97* " Gee, Ted, don't you think you should have read the instructions for the Rogaine *before* taking a bath in the stuff?!" Edited by: CharlieT on Mar 12, 2010 5:59 PM
  8. Has to be and is. Your thread.
  9. An easy one: "How am I doing, Joseph? ...but I didn't have a drink!"
  10. *96* "Do we LOOK like Bonnie and Clyde?"
  11. Audrey Hepburn to Cary Grant in *Charade*?
  12. Opening: Tracey... Tracey... TRACEY... TRACEY... TRACEY... TRACEY... TRACEY
  13. Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter in *Silence of the Lambs* or *Hannibal*?
  14. *96* "Sorry, Ms. Miranda, but I can't arrest this guy for eating the rest of your Tutti-frutti hat."
  15. THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOXER next: Location of the chance-taking osprey
  16. *96* "No, Ma'am, I not the loan arranger. I'm the Lone... oh, nevermind."
  17. *96* "Sorry, Ma. The auditions didn't go well. I lost out to some guy named Don Knotts."
  18. OK, basically, it's the misidentification of the music that opens the small door that allows the group into the candy room. Mike TeeVee's mother identifies the riff as Rachmaninoff's, but it is Mozart from The Marriage of Figaro. Thread is open.
  19. *The Blackboard Jungle* next: Will the igneous sample collector find failure because he's good?
  20. Personally, I preferred Tommy, Jan and George Cleveland. What was the mistake made in *Willie Wonka*, starring Gene Wilder, regarding classical music
  21. You are correct. Let's see if I can get all of the relationships correct. John Wayne and his children, Michael, Toni, Patrick and Melinda Wayne (all children of varying ages at the races.) Maureen O'Hara and brothers, Charles Fitzsimmons (Hugh Forbes, IRA member) and James O'Hara (Father Paul). Brothers Arthur Shields (Reverend Playfair) and Barry Fitzgerald (Michaleen Oge Flynn). Director John Ford and older brother, Francis Ford (Dan Tobin, dying man who leaves his deathbed to see the big fight). It also featured Ford regulars, Victor McLaglen, Mildred Natwick, Ward Bond,
  22. How about *Three Little Words* about Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby?
  23. Cloris Leachman and June Lockhart, with June appearing in *Son of Lassie*.
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