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  1. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971) E. T. the Extraterrestrial (1982) The Killing Fields (1984) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Schindler's List (1993) Monsters Inc. (2001) Brokeback Mountain (2005) Twelve Years a Slave (2013) Inside Out (2015) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
  2. Thanks, Peebs! I can definitely imagine a day's worth of TCM programming based on that theme. Next: Desire (1936) Confession (1937) Victor/Victoria (1982) City of Angels (1998) No Reservations (2007)
  3. Important scenes in each film take place in a shopping mall?
  4. Yes, that's it! I didn't even notice the "enemy advancing" part (which is true of 1 and 3, and in a certain sense 4) until you pointed it out. I was just looking for "bridges are partly or completely destroyed." Nice work as always, Peebs! (I was actually just about to post a hint, but you didn't need it.) Tag, you're it... πŸ™‚
  5. The Kid (1921) Modern Times (1936) (Chaplin was big on hugs) Stage Door (1937) (after Kay's death) My Favorite Wife (1940) Random Harvest (1943) The Miracle Worker (1962) ("She knows!") Sounder (1972) ("Nathan!") Rain Man (1988) (this is Raymond's equivalent of a hug) Good Will Hunting (1997) ("It's not your fault") Also, Tina hugging Dr. Jaquith in Now, Voyager (1942) (couldn't find a photo)
  6. Ah yes, the secret love-child of Rodney Dangerfield and Andie MacDowell. (He later changed his name to Roddy McDowall to hide the truth.) πŸ™‚
  7. Passage to Marseille (1944) Next: Dark Passage (1947) (Humphrey Bogart double-bill)
  8. Thanks, Terrence! Just for the record, Cinemaman's answer happens to be coincidentally true, but since there were more than 1000 mystery guests on What's My Line? over the years, that would also tend to be the case for many random groups of five well-known actors from that era: http://wapedia.mobi/en/List_of_What's_My_Line?_mystery_guests So, hopefully no one is ever tempted to actually use that as their question! πŸ™‚ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Next: The General (1927) King Kong (1933) The Bridge on the River
  9. "A kitten being tortured by a bulldog needs Bad Luck Chester Morris Serial." Now all we need to do is re-program AutoCorrect so it does that instead. πŸ™‚
  10. Jack Elam was in Dirty Dingus Magee (1970) with George Kennedy, who was in Cool Hand Luke (1967) with Paul Newman. Next: William H. Marshall (not the bandleader/singer)
  11. Hi Kandis, I haven't seen it in many years, but in the Oscar-winning film Babette's Feast (1987), quail in puff pastry is one of the dishes being prepared for 11 guests (who suddenly expand to 12 with the last-minute addition of a military general). Not a musical comedy by any means, but a film with many moments of gentle humor. Perhaps not what you had in mind, but it's the closest thing I could think of. (The quail can be seen before cooking, from 0:40-0:54 in the clip below.)
  12. C-Man, I updated my answer (all had wives named Anne, not "Ann or Anne").
  13. They were each married to well-known actresses named Anne? Payne: Anne Shirley Hodiak: Anne Baxter Sterling: Anne Jeffreys Wallach: Anne Jackson Brooks: Anne Bancroft
  14. John Agar was in Shield for Murder (1954) with Edmond O'Brien, who was in The Rack (1956) with Paul Newman. (fwiw, Baby LeRoy was in A Bedtime Story with Maurice Chevalier, who was in A New Kind of Love with Paul Newman. But any reason to mention Claire Trevor is good by me.) πŸ™‚ --------------------------- Next: Carol Speed
  15. Jan-Michael Vincent was in Hooper (1978) with Sally Field, who was in Absence of Malice (1981) with Paul Newman. Next: Baby LeRoy
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