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  1. Jane Powell was a beautiful singer, actress and a very good dancer. She held her own against Fred Astaire in Royal Wedding. Howard Keel got away without doing any dancing in 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, but she did dance with a couple of the brothers. I adore her and will miss her.
  2. Hello, This month is the perfect opportunity to see classic film and actors at their best. For a western, How the West was Won is an epic with lots of great actors involved. It comes on next Saturday August 14 at 6 a.m. If that’s too early, DVR it and watch it later. The Big Country is another good one, coming on August 14 at 8 p.m. If they want to experience Judy Garland from child actress to Adult actress, her films will be shown on August 15. There are a wealth of great films to share this from all genres and decades.
  3. Yes. I remember him from Rich Man, Poor Man.
  4. I was hoping no one caught it but I mentioned movies of Burt Lancaster but was thinking about William Holden. LOL!! I'm adding him to my list. Just watched Picnic again. Excuse me ladies and gentleman on my error.
  5. Great Topic. This topic leads me to list those actors or actresses who always mesmerized me, not only with their acting but how they grew in their craft. Lon Chaney, Sr. -I watched Mockery this morning on Silent Sunday and he did not disappoint. No one can touch his artistry, his facial expressions, his make-up selections. As a child of deaf parents, he excelled in acting using his personal life skills. I adore him. Henry Fonda - He always gave a good performance and you couldn't pigeon hold him in one genre, one character, one decade. He had a long deserving career and should been h
  6. The Cagney films they left off the list: 13 Rue Madelaine, Man of a Thousand Faces, G-Men, Ragtime, City for Conquest, The Fighting 69th, Captains of the Clouds and Blood on the Sun. The usual ones they miss are Public Enemy, Angels with Dirty Faces, Each Dawn I Die and Lady Killer. For Van Heflin, how could they miss Shane??
  7. Thanks LonesomePolecat, Imagine my sadness to find that Rita Hayworth, Lucille Ball, Russ Tamblyn and Jane Powell weren't natural redheads. This was really a challenge, first finding a theme then tracking down my redheaded actors. Luckily, my favorite actor of all-time, Jimmy Cagney is a redhead and that made it fun. I don't believe Agnes Moorhead was ever Star of the Month, so I gave her the title for that week. She proved to be a versatile actress appearing in films from various studios.
  8. REDHEADS IN THE CINEMA All of these film feature actors and actresses who are natural redheads. Mary Astor James Cagney Jessica Chastain Rhonda Fleming Greer Garson Susan Hayward Katherine Houghton Leslie Howard Ron Howard Bryce Dallas Howard Van Johnson Danny Kaye Deborah Kerr Myrna Loy Ann Margaret Shirley MacLaine Jeannette McDonald Agnes Moorhead Maureen O’Hara Mary Pickford Debbie Reynolds Susan Sarandon Moira Shearer Ann Sheridan Red Skelton Sissy
  9. RED HEADS IN CINEMA! NOVEMBER 6, 2022- NOVEMBER 13, 2022 STAR OF THE MONTH – AGNES MOORHEAD A WEEK OF FILMS FEATURING ACTORS/ACTRESSES WITH RED HAIR Sunday -11/6/2022 6 a.m. Naughty Marietta (1935) Jeannette McDonald and Nelson Eddy -Dir: W.S. Van Dyke, Robert Z. Leonard Studio: MGM Time:1hr 45 min Genre: Musical/Drama 7:45 a.m. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Maureen O’Hara and Charles Laughton -Dir: William Dierterle Studio: RKO Time: 1hr 57 min Genre: Romance/Drama Channeling Hans Christian Andersen 9:45 a.m. Hans Christian Andersen (19
  10. So, I could use the information in the first post and make my own theme which includes the Essential, Silent Sunday, Noir, etc.?
  11. I'm confused, are we making a scheduled based on the first message about #45 Challenge or doing the Challenge that LonesomePolecat requested?
  12. I found my list: John Kerr Jack Carson - My goodness, he had some amazing roles and I've become a huge admirer of how he got around. Mildred Pierce, A Star is Born, with Judy Garland, The Strawberry Blonde, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, missed him in Arsenic and Old Lace yesterday, Dangerous When Wet, and Destry Rides Again. Ward Bond - Why haven't they done Ward Bond? Maybe I missed him, but he's another one that has a great many roles throughout the 30's, 40's, 50's and on Wagon Train. No Oscar for him either. - The Quiet Man, Mr. Roberts, Gone With the Wind, The Searchers, Fort A
  13. Love this question. It's Montgomery Clift. Overlooked and should have an Oscar for most of his performances. The Heiress, Red River, From Here to Eternity, Judgement and Nuremberg, A Place in the Sun. Yes, Brando is great but Monty gave us something more, vulnerability and with good looks. Someone who appears to have it all, then you see his vulnerabilities. I'm drawn to that quality in an actor. My favorite all time has been and remains Mr. James Cagney, followed by Robert Downey, Jr. and Robert DeNiro.
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