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5 hours ago, Herman Bricks said:

Gloria Swanson and Jared Kushner?

Not really.

The perfect answer is if Kushner asked the old question, "Gotta match?"

"Your face / my

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but he does look like a girl.

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There's an internet joke I see sometimes about how Angela Lansbury and Paul McCartney look alike.  It's not that funny, but it is true that they look like they could be siblings.

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6 hours ago, Vidor said:

There's an internet joke I see sometimes about how Angela Lansbury and Paul McCartney look alike.  It's not that funny, but it is true that they look like they could be siblings.

 

2 hours ago, Millenniumman said:

I just know realized Angela Landsbury and Paul McCartney do look alike.

I think that might've gotten started back when Craig Ferguson was hosting The Late Late Show.

He'd be talking about McCartney or the Beatles for some reason, and then say "I think we have a picture of Sir Paul here, don't we?", and then the screen would flash to a pic of Angela Lansbury. It became a running joke on the show.

(...btw, and re people looking like Miss Lansbury...after LonesomePolecat posted a number of pictures of actress Patricia Ellis in the "Easter Hat" thread the other day, I seemed to notice at least a vague resemblance between the two of them)

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5 hours ago, TikiSoo said:

Why not post a picture to illustrate your thought? An internet search results in pages of examples:

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A man and a Woman ALWAYS look alike..

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Unless Theyrin drag. That is..

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Tim McIntire (1944-1986), son of Jeanette Nolan and John McIntre.  When  I saw him in American Hot Wax (1978) I thought boy, wouldn't he make a really good Orson Welles.  He had the look AND the voice.

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I've just about finished Joh Karp's excellent book, Orson Welles's Last Movie - The Making of the Other Side of the Wind and in it he mentions the speculation that Tim McIntire was the illegitimate son of Orson Welles!

 

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19 minutes ago, Bogie56 said:

the speculation that Tim McIntire was the illegitimate son of Orson Welles!

I remember Tim-he struck me the same way in American Hot Wax because of his voice. While the resemblance is striking, Tim was born in '44 and his Mom worked with Welles in '48. I suppose they could have met earlier, on radio shows.

But until looking at his Wiki entry had no idea Tim's Dad was John McIntire, the Sheriff in Psycho who says, "Ar-bo-GAST".

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Although it may be hard to imagine he'd have a son as good looking as Tim, here he's pictured with his also very good looking daughter Holly on WAGON TRAIN. 

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Well, one thing's for certain----

He sure as HELL didn't look anything like ALAN FREED.  :rolleyes:

And seriously, I'd say Tim more resembles HOYT AXTON.

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I saw the Ruth Etting biopic Love Me or Leave Me (1955) for the first time a few weeks ago, but missed the opening credits.  Throughout the film, I assumed the character of Johnny Alderman, Ruth (Doris Day)'s longtime accompanist and eventual second husband, was being played by Dane Clark (whom I had previously seen only in 1940s roles, and who would have been in his mid-40s in 1955).  When I got to the end I was surprised to discover that it was actually Cameron Mitchell! 

I still think Mitchell looks like Clark after a bad night's sleep.  (Although as FredCDobbs has pointed out elsewhere, there may be an even stronger Dane Clark/Richard Conte similarity.)

Dane Clark:

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Cameron Mitchell:

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                   Jean Sorel                                                Robert Wagner

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21 hours ago, scsu1975 said:

Gene Lockhart and Herbert Hoover:

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Pretty good one here, Rich.

(...now tell me...who do ya think Calvin Coolidge looks like???)  ;)

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47 minutes ago, Dargo said:

Pretty good one here, Rich.

(...now tell me...who do ya think Calvin Coolidge looks like???)  ;)

I'd say it depends on which photo of Silent Cal you use.   Sometimes....

GEORGE SANDERS  and sometimes...

EDGAR BERGEN.

Sepiatone

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8 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

I'd say it depends on which photo of Silent Cal you use.   Sometimes....

GEORGE SANDERS  and sometimes...

EDGAR BERGEN.

Sepiatone

Hmmm, sorry Sepia but I ain't seein' either of 'em in ol' Silent Cal.

However, the more I look at his mug here...

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...I think I'm kind'a seein' a middle-aged Arthur Kennedy here...

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(...well, at least more so than Sanders or Bergen here, anyway)

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21 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

I'd say it depends on which photo of Silent Cal you use.   Sometimes....

EDGAR BERGEN.

I can kind of see this, actually.  It's not so much a strict facial resemblance , but rather their similar tendency to default to a completely neutral facial expression that is slightly unsettling: blandly "pleasant," but somehow not convincingly warm or genuinely relaxed.

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14 hours ago, Dargo said:

Hmmm, sorry Sepia but I ain't seein' either of 'em in ol' Silent Cal.

However, the more I look at his mug here...

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...I think I'm kind'a seein' a middle-aged Arthur Kennedy here...

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(...well, at least more so than Sanders or Bergen here, anyway)

I did say it depends on the pic of Cal you reference.  That pic up there reminds me more of my 7th grade homeroom teacher  Mr. Henson.  ;) 

Sepiatone

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6 hours ago, filmnoirguy said:

When I was a kid, I would get Dana Andrews and Cornel Wilde confused.

Well, I suppose that's better than getting Dana Andrews and Dana Wynter confused, anyway.  ;)

(...Andrews of course had a squarer jaw)

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