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It's ok Millie, I comment aloud on movies too.

 

And I thought I'd let you know... my friend claims that he has a man crush on Gregory Peck. He doesn't even watch old movies and he's never seen a Gregory Peck film! He just thought he sounded like a cool guy. Slowly but surely, I am sucking my friends into my obsessions, muahahahahahahaha.

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> {quote:title=harlowcutie11 wrote:}{quote}

>Slowly but surely, I am sucking my friends into my obsessions, muahahahahahahaha.

 

:0 .......................ROFL! That is hilarious!

 

I have been sucking (more pushing) my friends in to movies since I was five. I remember trying to get my friend to watch "P & P" (with Greer) when I was like six. I was like, "Let me fast forward to the exciting part....the ball." (I loved all the dialogue between Lizzy and Darcy). The ball came and went as I sat fascinated. She finally was like, "When's the exciting part going to happen." I said, "It just did."

 

 

She has never been able to watch this movie again. LOL!

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Karen Allen in RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK

 

Sheree North in CHARLEY VARRICK

 

Helen Morgan in SHOW BOAT and GO INTO YOUR DANCE

 

Joanna Cassidy in BLADE RUNNER (what a lucky snake!)

 

Yancy Butler in THE EX

 

Maggie Smith in THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE and THE SECRET GARDEN

 

Joanna Lumley in ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS

 

Ann Dvorak in SCARFACE and THREE ON A MATCH

 

Michelle Pfeiffer in SCARFACE

 

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in SCARFACE

 

Virginia Gregg as Irma in BODY AND SOUL

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NATALIE WOOD in THE CRACKER FACTORY, a made for TV movie that was my favorite of all her performances. No longer the ingenue, she gave a no holds barred interpretation of a middle aged woman coming apart at the seams...funny, tragic, poignant...she hit all the right notes in this overlooked gem. One of her last performances.

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Leonard Shelby in *Memento*

 

Bud White in *LA Confidential*

 

William Costigan in *The Departed*

 

Bruce Wayne in *Batman Begins*

 

Sammy Rice in *The Small Back Room*

 

Sam Masterson in *The Strange Love of Martha Ivers*

 

I'm trying to narrow it down to one Joseph Cotten role but that is virtually impossible for me. I guess my default Cotten character crush is Uncle Charlie in *Shadow of a Doubt*, since it's the movie that made me fall for Cotten in the first place.

 

I think I have a weakness for damaged, off-kilter men.

 

ETA two more:

 

Philip Armstrong Scott in *49th Parallel*

 

Philip Van der Besh in *Goodbye Again*

 

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