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These Are A Few of My Favorite Films: Yeah...Another List.


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I love the fight scene in Dunne's apartment with Grant and Duvalle. It happens off camera but the noise lends more to the ferocity of the fight than you could know by seeing it.

 

Bellamy deserves all the credit in the world for playing such a goof. He never stood a chance. Great stuff.

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

> "...Now will you shut your big mouth!!! Marriage is a beautiful thing."

>

> Best part of the movie!

 

OH my! That phone conversation with the quarrelsome wife cracks me up every time!

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JackFavell] wrote:"...Now will you shut your big mouth!!! Marriage is a beautiful thing."

Best part of the movie!"[/i]

 

MissGoddess: "OH my! That phone conversation with the quarrelsome wife cracks me up every time!"

 

I must confess...I WAIT for that part in the movie.

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That is a funny scene!

 

I must say though my fav scene is Irene's masquerade! But, I also love the fight scene and the dance scene and when they are driving up the mountain! LOL!

 

I made postcards out of this picture right here:

 

zawfultruth.jpg

 

Even if you are not familiar with the film, this shot is still hilarious!

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

> I made postcards out of this picture right here:

>

> What kind of printer would someone need to do that? ;)

 

 

I admit, they weren't the best postcards. But, I printed them on photo paper on the nicest print selection (Usually one uses normal print. On mine you can choose quick print, normal, better, and best). Then I glued it to some heavy duty cardstock. It doesn't look glued at all though. They are really fun! I have made a bunch of different ones.

 

For valentines day I used the shot from "Casablanca" of Bogie and Bergman (you know the iconic one).

 

For thank you's I used a variety of ones. Fred and Ginger dancing, Audrey, etc.

 

For fun, every day ones I usually use an Audrey or Grace...occasionally a Hitchcock profile...LOL!

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I'm new here so can I jump in with my list?

 

*Spellbound*

*The Lady Eve*

*The Women*

*All About Eve*

*The Big Country*

*Yankee Doodle Dandy*

*The Awful Truth*

 

But The Women, I watch any time I come across it lately.

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*My top 10 Favorite Films of all time.*

1. Brokeback Mountain (2005: Ang Lee)

2. Network (1976: Sidney Lumet)

3. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1967: Stanley Kubrick)

4. The Searchers (1956: John Ford)

5. City Lights (1931: Charlie Chaplin)

6. The Miracle of Morgan?s Creek (1944: Preston Sturges)

7. Hud (1963: Martin Ritt)

8. Touch of Evil (1958: Orson Welles)

9. Amelie (2001: Jean-Pierre Jeunet)

10. Brief Encounter (1945: David Lean)

 

 

*My favorite films (11-20)*

11. Sullivan?s Travels (1942: Preston Sturges)

12. Citizen Kane (1941: Orson Welles)

13. Strangers on a Train (1951: Alfred Hitchcock)

14. Norma Rae (1979: Martin Ritt)

15. I am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (1932: Mervyn Leroy)

16. Do the Right Thing (1989: Spike Lee)

17. Sunset Boulevard (1950: Billy Wilder)

18. Bad Education (2004: Pedro Almodovar)

19. Out of Sight (1998: Steven Soderberg)

20. Enter the Dragon (1973: Robert Clouse)

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-Nightmare Alley

-The Fisher King

-The Champ

-The Kid

-O Brother Where Art Thou

-Night of the Hunter

-Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

-From Here to Eternity

-Benny and Joon

-A Face in the Crowd

-Godfather part II

-The Wizard of Oz

-Forrest Gump

-Brick

-Gangs of New York

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