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26 Letters - 26 A-Z favorite movies

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Hi Triple HHH---I've added Love From a Stranger and X The Unknown to my queue, thank you! They both sound as if I may like them.

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Let me know what you think when you see them...put them to the top :)

To the top ! Broadway !! :)

My latest classic Im going to watch is Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye with James Cagney...

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MissGoddess:"Very nicely done. I can see you are going to be President of the Summer School class. Pass me those candy ciggies, Frank. Lady B, did you bring the class any donuts? Don't forget I only like glazed plain and chocolate glazed."

 

I see you're going to be a very easy grader...yippee!!! Frank I'll take the wax lips instead and Lady B., make mine jelly!

 

Can't wait. And thanxxx so much for the compliment!!

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> {quote:title=CineMaven wrote:}{quote}

> I see you're going to be a very easy grader...yippee!!!

 

 

Ha! I'm afraid there's no WAY am I going to be caught grading or teaching anything!

I doubt I will even be let into the class when the teachers hear for the 80th time the

dog ate my homework. :D

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Ha! I'm afraid there's no WAY am I going to be caught grading or teaching anything!

 

Oh, come on, Teach. I know better. You are very good at teaching lessons. :P

 

 

I doubt I will even be let into the class when the teachers hear for the 80th time the

dog ate my homework. :)

 

Not with Ford. There's no way you're gonna keep your blabbermouth shut, Jabber Jaws. Come to think of it, when have you ever? The proof is in the posts pudding, Puddin'. :D

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Sorry, but I the highest I ever rose was Teacher's Pet. I doubt I'll make that

this time as I'm much lazier now than ever! I'll just sit in the back and cheat

off people like you who are such good writers. You won't have any more

excuses!

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Sorry, but I the highest I ever rose was Teacher's Pet.

 

Teacher's Pet? Are you saying you're a dog? Are you Man's Best Friend? :P;)

 

I'm thinking you're an alligator, or maybe a porcupine.

 

I doubt I'll make that this time as I'm much lazier now than ever!

 

Hold on, hold on, Miss Pot. Did you just say that you are "lazy"?

 

Consider this a working vacation resort. You should want to earn your right to a view. No one else needs to because they've been doing their part, just YOU, Monsieur lazy bones. :P

 

Well, thank you very much, Mlle Os Indolents.

 

I'll just sit in the back and cheat off people like you who are such good writers. You won't have any more excuses!

 

I told you that I'm going to be in the boys room. You can cheat off the good writers, though. You better because the teacher's not going to fall for your sweater and legs routine.

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ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948)

The BLACK CAT (1934)

CHANDU THE MAGICIAN (1932)

DRACULA (1931)

The EX-MRS. BRADFORD (1936)

FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN (1943)

The GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN (1942)

HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1944)

ISLAND OF LOST SOULS (1932)

JUNGLE PRINCESS (1936)

KRONOS (1957)

LOST HORIZON (1937)

MYSTERY OF THE WAX MUSEUM (1933)

NIGHT OF TERROR (1933)

The OLD DARK HOUSE (1932)

The PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945)

QUIET PLEASE, MURDER (1942)

REVENGE OF THE ZOMBIES (1943)

SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939)

THIS ISLAND EARTH (1955)

UPPER WORLD (1934)

The VAMPIRE'S GHOST (1945)

WHITE ZOMBIE (1932)

X - THE MAN WITH THE X-RAY EYES (1963)

YOU'LL FIND OUT (1940)

ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY (1945)

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Hold on, hold on, Miss Pot. Did you just say that you are "lazy"?

 

Consider this a working vacation resort. You should want to earn your right to a view. No one else needs to because they've been doing their part, just YOU, Monsieur lazy bones.

 

Well, thank you very much, Mlle Os Indolents

 

Clearly that meant that YOU have to get busy, not moi.

 

I told you that I'm going to be in the boys room. You can cheat off the good writers, though. You better because the teacher's not going to fall for your sweater and legs routine.

 

That won't stop me. :)

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Aww geez, this is tough!

 

A- An American In Paris

B- Breakfast At Tiffany's (My favorite of Audrey's)

C- Cool Hand Luke ("What we have here is a failure to communicate"... love that line!)

D- DuBarry Was A Lady

E- Easter Parade

F- For Me and My Gal

G- (The) Grass Is Greener

H- High Society

I- Inherit the Wind

J- Jezebel

K- (The) King and I

L- Little Women (1949)

M- Mr. Smith Goes To Washington

N- Notorious (All time favorite product of Alfred Hitchcock)

O- On Golden Pond (Katherine Hepburn is so adorable in this one)

P- Pal Joey

Q- Quiet Man

R- Roman Holiday

S- Singin' In the Rain (Favorite film ever)

T- To Kill A Mockingbird

U-

V- Vertigo

W- Whatever Happened To Baby Jane

X-

Y- You Can't Take It With You

Z- Ziegfeld Follies

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Excellent assignment TripleHHH, here are my choices...

 

 

A...All About Eve (quintessential Davis)

All This and Heaven Too

Awful Truth, The

B...Bishops Wife, The (my all time favorite film. Grant, Niven, and Young at their very best!)

Brief Encounter

Bringing Up Baby

C...Country Girl, The

D...Dark Victory

Don't Bother to Knock (Marilyn Monroe's most underated performance)

Double Indemnity

E...Enchanted Cottage, The

F...Feminine Touch, The

G...Gone With the Wind

H...Hands Across the Table (will TCM ever air this film?)

How Green Was My Valley

I....I Remember Mama

I Want to Live!

J...Jezabel

Johnny Belinda

K...King's Row (1942)

L...Leave Her to Heaven

Letter, The

Little Women (1933)

Little Women (1994)

M..Man Who Came to Dinner, The (love Monty Woolley and the penguins 8^)

Member of the Wedding

Merrily We Live

My Foolish Heart

N...Now, Voyager

O...Old Maid, The

Our Very Own

P...Pajama Game, The

Picnic

Portrait of Jennie

Q...Quiet Man, The

Quiz Show

R...Radio Days

Rear Window

Red Shoes, The

Remember the Night (lesser known Stanwyck/MacMurray Christmas film)

S...Since You Went Away (wish I could walk into this film and stay there)

Singing In The Rain (best feel good film ever made)

Stella Dallas

T...To Kill A Mockingbird

Tree Grows In Brooklyn, A

Trouble With Angels, The (reminds me of my youth, lol)

U...Up The Down Staircase

V...Vertigo

W...White Banners (saw this film for the first time on TCM and never forgot it)

Women, The

X

Y...You Can't Take It With You

Z...Ziegfield Follies

 

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Glazed plain and chocolate glazed coming right up. Coffee or milk?

 

But don't you want to get adventurous with the bacon and maple syrup variety sold at Voodoo Donuts in Portland, Oregon?

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> {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote}

> Glazed plain and chocolate glazed coming right up. Coffee or milk?

>

> But don't you want to get adventurous with the bacon and maple syrup variety sold at Voodoo Donuts in Portland, Oregon?

 

Milk please.

 

Bacon and maple syrup donuts? Ewwwwww! I believe the "voodoo" part.

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CineMaven, you're making this poster blush. Heaping praise on the likes of me no less, who looks forward to the drek more than the real classics...

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Milk is a good answer.

 

Because AS YOU KNOW, LOL, JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH.

 

The bacon and maple syrup donut sounds delicious to me.

They also have a regular jelly one they call "blood".

 

One blood sinker comin' up! (Dracula loves it)

 

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PrinceSaliano- I just looked up *Quiet Please: Murder* and it sounds amazing! I noticed it was a Fox movie- do they play it on the Fox Movie Channel?

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I think EVERYONE picked "Vertigo" for "V" (I am also guilty :) ) ....excepting a few ( the people who didn't pick it all picked a horror movie instead. How do you like that exchanging a nice, quiet little Hitchcock for a horror film LOL!)

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*"I think EVERYONE picked "Vertigo" for "V" (I am also guilty) ....excepting a few ( the people who didn't pick it all picked a horror movie instead."* - ILoveRayMilland with 2 L's

 

Ahem...not me. Didn't even occur to me to include that film.

 

And I almost chose *Valmont* instead of the one I did pick.

 

Kyle In Hollywood

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Yes, that is right. Actually I picked "Vertigo" because I could not think of anything else and I thought the movie was well done (although VERY sad!). But I really dislike Jimmy and that has sometimes stopped me from LOVING otherwise amazing films!

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I think Butterscotchgreer chose Valley of Decision for her "V" and if *Vertigo* wasn't my first choice, that movie would have made it. It's a wonderful love story and family saga.

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I chose Vertigo because I really love the story & James Stewart is one my favorites, however I do love Valley of Gwangi as well due to a good story and Ray Harryhausen effects. Ive seen them both plenty of times..

Other V movies I like are

 

Vicki - great Noir

Virus with Jamie Lee Curtis

Vampires - John Carpenter

Virgin of Nuremberg which is a German horror movie

Varan the Unbelievable because I like kaiju movies

Village of the Damned - the old is better than the remake, but I like both

Volcano with Tommy Lee Jones

Vault of Horror

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