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23 hours ago, laffite said:

King Lear (1978) Schofield

next  :  prognosis

 

New Clue  A death whereby friends, family, and those who knew him/her to some degree is shocked about a secret life that emerges ...

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27 minutes ago, Peebs said:

Mrs. Wilson (a recent mini-series based on a true story where a wife discovers that her dead husband had other secret families)

Next:  a bridge 

I haven't seen Mrs. Wilson. But this happened to the Lindbergh family. Apparently Charles Lindbergh had another "wife" and a secret family in Europe. It did not become known until years later.

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For "bridge" I will say MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE (1948).

Next: antiques

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41 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

I haven't seen Mrs. Wilson. But this happened to the Lindbergh family. Apparently Charles Lindbergh had another "wife" and a secret family in Europe. It did not become known until years later

Also, the actress Ruth Wilson is playing her real grandmother.  I hadn't heard that about Lindbergh. Interesting,  I'll have to look that up. ** *Just looked it up, according to the NY Times he had three (!) other families living in Germany and Switzerland.  Sounds like that would make an interesting movie, too.

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33 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

For "bridge" I will say MR. BLANDINGS BUILDS HIS DREAM HOUSE (1948).

Next: antiques

The Anderson Tapes (1971)  Martin Balsam, I think, owned an antique shop

Next:  a movie for Veterans Day

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1 hour ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

The Chosen (I can't think of any Chanukah related movies) and I've never seen it.

Next:  Film you feel needs an intro regarding racial/ethnic stereotypes before they show it (or a reminder why certain derogatory terms were used)

[Chaya, you must see The Chosen, it's a beautiful movie.]

The Bowery (1933)

Next: Streetcars

 

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