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  1. Haven't seen "The Notebook" yet, but did purchase a copy after hearing rave reviews from strangers! LOL They also suggested a new box of kleenex, which I bought today. "Murphy's Romance" is wonderful! I almost signed up for cooking lessons, but when they couldn't assure me that I would find a man like James, I decided not to take the course. The old Maverick series are a hoot!
  2. I'm slipping..I totally forgot about James Garner. I was thrilled to finally have "Rockford" on DVD. My mom and I were in front of the TV every Thursday to watch him!
  3. I agree ladies, the men were men back then. I'll have to throw in my nickels worth on the guys and gals... Of course these are in no particular order, just depends on my mood! LOL Cary Grant, Laurence Olivier, Robert Mitchum, Robert Taylor. Jean Harlow, Ann Sheridan, Vivian. As for the new guys...I'm smitten with Gary Oldman. Sigh...
  4. ****!!!! You have too much time on your hands Mr. Helm....
  5. Thanks Rusty...I was losing sleep over that. LOL I am so "rusty" on my trek trivia, they may revoke my geek card. That would be devistating.
  6. Okay...What the heck is a "naked nancy"? I have an idea, but better to ask the experts...
  7. Hey Rusty! I will take your advice on Zabriskie Point. I just don't have enough time to watch alot of movies. I have too many movies in shrink wrap and others bought at yard sales the past few years that I need to watch first! LOL I agree totally with you on Demon With A Glass Hand. That is one of my favorite OL episodes! It is fun to see the stars in their early roles in various TV apperances. I guess I'm just not fond of too many movies from the 80's. Heck, I still haven't seen any of the "brat pack" movies! I get quite a bit of flack for that, but they are on my "list" of things to get t
  8. I think you should write a screenplay about those cranes. You could bring back the 50's monster movie genre, or take a page from the beach movies. With how boney hollywood is getting these days, you'd have no shortage of talent to cast the cranes from. Gary Oldman as the mad doctor who made the giant cranes. (I love him) Keanu Reeves as the hero. He needs a job.
  9. Too funny!!! How could you not give that a standing ovation! I would have lost too. It was just brought to my attention that CTU director, is also Sam in LOTR!!! I knew I recognized his face, but couldn't place it. Thank goodness my buddy has a better memory than me. Maybe that's why she's my friend. She realizes I need help. LOL What was the apartment number?? LOL
  10. Don't know if it's been mentioned in previous pages, but I always cry at "Waterloo Bridge", when Vivian decides to throw herself in front of the car. Who can forget Wallace Berry in "The Champ"??? Kleenex please...
  11. Hey Rusty...Seems like you guys here have more time to watch film than I do, and have a more informed option as well. If one of you says it's a stinker, and has no actors in it I'm interested in, then I'll take the advice! I've seen and own quite a number of stinkers! My poor machines start coughing when I put one of in to play...Of course there is the "cheese" factor. I've got to be sold on it. How's that Robert festival going?
  12. Fred , I thought I had dreamt the category of Longest Sideburns. Thanks for the validation.
  13. Jimmy was the person I was thinking of . Typed the wrong name! Cranes keep people away? Hmmm...maybe I'll cancel getting that tattoo. I'll have to watch Rear Window tonight. Been awhile. What did you think of "I Confess?" Watch that leg!
  14. Raven, Try to find a copy of "The Atomic Submarine", 1958. I like all of the titles on your list, and I think you would get a kick out of the above film like I did. It has everything! I LOVE it!!! LOL
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