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jhnrndglt congratulations! you guessed it. The Big Street

1942 film . Now its your turn to play. Thanks for playing

appreciate it on a sunday nite. :) lolite.

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You're welcome!

 

Hmmmm.....okay.

A young girl drives through Paris in a small convertible with her boyfriend by her side.

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Sorry...I was gone yesterday.

 

Nope...but a great movie!

 

Clue Number Two:

 

Young girl drops her boyfriend off at an art gallery, gives her dog an engagement ring, and drives home.

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I've had a chance to think this over its a Debbie Reynolds film i can see in my ming the french poodle

swallowing the diamond engagement ring yuck!......

So i am going to say the movie "I Love Melvin" :) lolite.

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Nice tries Loliteblue - but it is neither of those great Debbie Reynolds films. I love Debbie!

 

Clue Number Three:

 

The young girl arrives home and dresses for a date, but it is her father and his new mistress she is going out with. She calls him by his first name Raymond.

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Of course Prudence & the Pill is NOT a Debbie Reynolds film, but two of its stars are also in the film I am talking about.

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Your clue about the girl calling her father Raymond gave it away for me. Bonjour Tristesse :) loliteblue......

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Yup that's the one loliteblue.

 

Jean Seberg was so lovely in that film. And Deborah Kerr gave a terrific performance as well. And Geoffrey Horne as Phillipe was not so bad himself.

 

Lovely on location photography, too.

 

The DVD is stunning.

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great movie! Harry couldn't stay in the ground for trying! great vermont scenery

nope to your answer of course!

CLUE#2 an american family trying to live on too little money.

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sorry i haven't answered till now had to work at my local post office selling poppy's for memorial weekend

for vets in our local community for seven hours of

working in the cold rain i collected $21.00 & change

but the sacrifice our men in iraq are making i don't mine a little cold & rain! God Bless our fighting men &

may they all come home safe.... i worked from 10:oo a.m.

till 5:00 p.m. so very sorry i am late in esponding

nope

CLUE#4. WIFE SPEND MONEY SHE SUDDENLY CAME UPON

BY ACCIDENT...

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Still no takers! Must be the good movies on TCM this

weekend!... CLUE #5.The american family goes on their

local tv show right in their own living room......

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lolite,

I dont have the answer. As a veteran,I just want to say THANK YOU and applaud your efforts on behalf of veterans everywhere. May God bless you!

Ken.

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Ken, thanks so much that it comes from you means so much!

God bless you for all the work on the serialsI just love it every sat. I salute you for giving me the freedoms i enjoy today and everyday God bless you too....have a wonderful Veterans Day tomorrow...lolite.

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Congrats! sandy sherlock holmes would be proud yes it is

"It grows on trees" with Irene Dunne & Dean Jagger(he played the sheriff in "Bad Day At Black Rock) i love this cute money how i wished money grew on trees!

thanks for playing sandy now its your turn :) lolite....

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oops! I meant i love this cute movie, first of the month

money on the brain know what i mean folks!wink! lolite.

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