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LindaValerio

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  1. h1. Goodbye Colonel Potter. Harry Morgan 1915-2011 [img=http://longshotsblues.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/mash.jpg?w=500]http://longshotsblues.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/mash.jpg It was with great sadness to hear today that a great actor from one of my favorite sitcoms had died. Harry Morgan who in his entire career never appeared once on any talk show even when Dragnet was such a hit, because he felt why talk about himself. A rarity among actors of any stature. But my God is there a lot to talk about when it comes to this man. Born in Detroit, Mi. on April 10, 1915 as Harr
  2. Pertaining to a Jack Lemmon question. Which movie did Jack's son Chris star with him on. I answered That's life. And I was correct. Julie Andrews also starred. I saw it at the show when it came out. I saw everything Jack Lemmon was in. He was my favorite actor. Chris played his son in the movie. Flim Flam said " WRONG " Airport 77 was correct. I don't know. I don't ever remember seeing Chris in Airport 77. But he sure was in That's Life!
  3. Never read the book. And I've got to admit, I hated the remake of Gypsy. Bette Midler is a good actress, loved her in many movies, but just not Gypsy. I guess in my eyes, nobody could play the parts or replace the performances of all the actors, in the original movie. I would of loved to have seen Ethel Merman do it on Broadway. From what I understand Mrs. Merman was very hurt, that she did not get to play the part in the movie version. By the way my mother grew up just a few miles from Tiger Stadium, at 17 and myrtle. A long time ago ( she was born 1931 ). And your profile caught my eye, you
  4. All I can say is AIRPORT. One great movie. Saw it at the theater in 1970, I was 13. I absolutely loved DEAN MARTIN. Wanted to see everything and anything he was in. But everybody in this film was great. And what a cast! Besides Maureen and Dean, Burt Lancaster, Van Heflin, George Kennedy, and HELEN HAYES who made the movie. Among others. I've seen this movie at least 30 times over the years, and I never get tired of seeing it. It is an exciting movie to watch from start to finish. There are just way to many entertainers dying now, so fast. It will be a very sad day, when all the stars from my
  5. Richard Burton Sexiest actor ever in the movies and stage
  6. Lucky Houseboat, SEXY Charade, SEXIER Mr. Blanding builds his dream house The bachelor and the bobby soxer Father goose North by northwest I know I'm missing many, many more!
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    Gypsy

    My all time favorite musical. Natalie Wood was great. And what a cast. Rosalind Russell, Karl Malden. And Paul Wallace was a doll. What ever happened to him. I don't remember seeing him, that much in many more movies. Or I just might of been to young to remember. Or maybe I just love this movie so much because it brings back memories of where I watched it for the first time. I was 12, living on the east side of Detroit. In my friends house, in the back bedroom with her three sisters and mom. I see this movie, and it brings me right back to better times, I guess. It was an exciting movie to wat
  8. Judy Garland was one of the most exciting entertainers to watch. She made you feel like you could get up, and start singing like her. Never saw so much energy, come out of anybody. She was great. The song she sang in, A star is born, the man that got away. Awesome!
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