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~*~Classic Film 21 Questions~*~


littletramplover

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No...where's a fake baroness in Dinner???

 

Concentrate classics...maybe it's just like me & Cool Hand Luke, the other day, and you haven't seen this one...and if it's so....you MUST see it!!!!

 

Hint N? 8: party crasher

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I'm sorry, Feaito. I've either never seen this movie, or I saw it so many years ago that I can no longer remember the details. When I find out what it is, you bet I'll put it on my list of movies to see on TCM!

 

I'm going to retire from this round now. Someone else will know this movie in a flash, no doubt.

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What are you talking about classics??...everyone of us it's not supposed to have seen EVERY movie made !!! Even a lifetime wouldn't be enough!!!....Relax!!...I could watch this particular movie two or three years ago, for the first time (i bought the vhs at amazon)...and I've heard & read about lots of times....I've been watching it every now & then since....

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Ok...but, before a LAST BUNCH of hints....OK???

 

Hints N?9, 10, et al: Paramount Picture; a tongue-in-cheek comedienne who liked to be filmed from one of her profiles only; the film was released in the "magic" year of filmmaking; Billy Wilder wrote the screenplay; the actors danced "La Conga"; and the cab driver was hungarian.....Know it?

 

 

 

 

 

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Well guys....

 

The movie is the 1939 marvellous comedy "Midnight", screenplay by Billy Wilder, Charles Brackett (same writing team of the same year's Ninotchka-MGM), directed by Mitchell Leisen, starring: Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche, John Barrymore, Mary Astor, Francis Lederer, Rex O'Malley, Hedda Hopper....Claudette is a showgirl who lost all her money in the casino at montecarlo, arrives in Paris without a "sou",...meets Ameche...eventually, flees from...she crashes in a lavish party given by hostess Hopper....and Barones Czerny is born!!!!...It's hilarious....one of the best comedies ever...can't wait it to be released on dvd...Universal owns the rights

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