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  1. Eve Arden was in Cover Girl (1944) with Rita Hayworth, and in Grease (1978) with Olivia Newton-John. Next: Tom Courtenay and Oscar Isaac
  2. Always interesting when an African-American actor was accorded a legitimate death scene in that era, which is one reason I chose it. Ingram is probably most familiar from his larger-than-life roles as the genie in The Thief of Badgad (1940) and Lucifer Jr. in Cabin in the Sky (1943), as well as Jim in the Mickey Rooney version of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1939). Ingram also died onscreen in Anna Lucasta (1959).
  3. À propos of nothing, Jamie Lee Curtis (note: not "Leigh Curtis") is close friends with Sigourney Weaver, so you if you play your cards right you could maybe meet two for the price of one. 🙂
  4. Underworld (1927) Street Scene (1931) Our Daily Bread (1934) Rope (1948) Los Olvidados (1950) Pickup on South Street (1953) Before Sunset (2004) Wendy and Lucy (2008)
  5. Committed suicide in Boomerang! (1947), Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), and Hang 'Em High (1968); drowned in Billion Dollar Brain (1968); killed offscreen in Tulsa (1949) and Dark City (1950) Next: Rex Ingram
  6. That's Reggie Nalder. I somehow never made the connection before between his roles in The Man Who Knew Too Much and The Manchurian Candidate, even though his appearance is so memorably distinctive! Next: • The Man I Married (1940) • So Ends Our Night (1941) • The Moon is Down (1943) • Isle of the Dead (1945) • The Third Man (1949)
  7. Fantastic Planet (1973) Next: Forbidden Planet (1956)
  8. Julie Mitchum was in The Ten Commandments (uncredited) with Judith Anderson and Edward G. Robinson, who were in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and The Outrage (respectively) with Paul Newman. Next: Beverly Lunsford
  9. The Lady Eve (1941), at the Thalia revival theater in NYC (1979) Next: a movie where the heroine is the smartest person in the room
  10. Yes, Peebs, correct as always! Koch wrote the screenplays for The Letter and Letter from an Unknown Woman, and co-wrote those for The Sea Hawk, Sergeant York, and Casablanca. He began his career as a lawyer before shifting into playwriting, and famously adapted H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds for Orson Welles' 1938 radio broadcast. He was blacklisted in 1951 and spent the next five years in the U.K., writing under a pseudonym. (Having written the screenplay for Mission to Moscow (1943) didn't exactly help his case, despite the Soviet Union having been a U.S. ally at the time.) His
  11. Just to clarify, this person did also act as a producer for two later films, and wrote some uncredited song lyrics for one of the above films. But what the above five films have in common is something this person contributed to all of them.
  12. Screenplays by Casey Robinson Passage to Marseille (1944) Next: Now, Voyager (1942)
  13. The Keys of the Kingdom (1944) The Inn of the Sixth Happiness (1958) Black Robe (1991) Silence (2016)
  14. Sylvia Miles was in Midnight Cowboy with Bob Balaban, who was in Absence of Malice with Paul Newman. Next: Kay Francis
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