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  1. I really enjoyed Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967), Let's Dance (1950; Astaire & Hutton), Singin' in the Rain (1957) (plus many more I'm currently drawing a blank on).
  2. Have a friend who collects Dalmatian dog items and wanted to find her a classic movie that has a dalmatian it... I tried searching at IMDB using Keyword 'Dalmatian' but no luck beyond "101" ... even if Dalmatian only makes one appearance I would still be interested in knowing name & year of movie... thank you anyone who can help! Sunny 🌞
  3. 1. Don Lockwood: Cosmo, call me a cab! Cosmo Brown: Ok, you're a cab. Singin' in the Rain (1952) 2. Bruce Baldwin: He's got a lot of charm. Hildy Johnson: He comes by it naturally. His grandfather was a snake. His Girl Friday (1940) 3. Judith: There's nothing like a cheerful letter from home. My pa got laid off, my sister's husband has left her, and one of my brothers slugged a railroad detective. Stage Door (1937) 4. Susan Vance: [watching George the dog dig up what they think is David's dinosaur bone] Oh, look, David, a boot. David Huxley: [angrily] A boot. [picks it up and makes like he's going to swing with it] Susan Vance: Don't hit George, David. David Huxley: I wasn't going to hit *George*! Bringing up Baby (1938)
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