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Who do you look like of the beautiful people, the beautiful people?


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I started a thread asking what movie best reflects your personal life and some couldn't think of one and took it a step further and instead answered they looked like or were told they looked like a certain celeb. Okay, so who do you look like, or were told you look like and agree?

 

I've been told I look like Greta Garbo, or maybe it was one of the Gabor sisters. Ha!

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

> When I was eighteen, with lots of wind and humidity, I supposedly looked like Art Garfunkel with an extreme tan. Now I look like Death warmed over.

 

Hahahahahahaha! Death Warmed Over.

 

Oops, I hope you're were being funny about the Death Warmed Over. :-(

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Once upon a time, and none of us have that many fingers to count back, I had the big brown eyes and hair coloring of Natalie Woods. I still have the eyes but the hair is another story, or should I say color. Someone once told me I had a Mryna Loy nose and I will take that to my grave as high praise and a true compliment. But any day now I expect to wake up and see Zasu Pitts looking back at me in the mirror.

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Many moons ago, one of my college friends said my college ID photo looked like Bentley from The Jeffersons.

 

Nowadays, I consider myself more of a crotchety old bastard in the mold of Charles Coburn in *The Devil and Miss Jones*. :-)

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When I was younger (we're talking about 25 years younger, though I don't look all that much different now), I got everything from "Christopher Reeve," to "Desi Arnaz, jr.," to "John Travolta." Since this trio don't really bear much resemblance to one another, it suggests that I didn't, or don't, look much like any of them.

 

But it was flattering nevertheless.

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

> When I was younger (we're talking about 25 years younger, though I don't look all that much different now), I got everything from "Christopher Reeve," to "Desi Arnaz, jr.," to "John Travolta." Since this trio don't really bear much resemblance to one another, it suggests that I didn't, or don't, look much like any of them.

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> But it was flattering nevertheless.

 

What if someone could make a composite picture blending all 3 of those actors? Do you think that would bear any resemblance? ;)

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> {quote:title=lulu2u wrote:}{quote}

> Once upon a time, and none of us have that many fingers to count back, I had the big brown eyes and hair coloring of Natalie Woods. I still have the eyes but the hair is another story, or should I say color. Someone once told me I had a Mryna Loy nose and I will take that to my grave as high praise and a true compliment. But any day now I expect to wake up and see Zasu Pitts looking back at me in the mirror.

 

 

I don't remember if it was you, but on another thread someone else said they look like NW.

 

Gee you're lucky. You have Myrna Loys's nose and I have the awful Barrymore profile!

 

And that was so funny about Zasu Pitts! Hahahhaha! Me, too! lol

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

> Many moons ago, one of my college friends said my college ID photo looked like Bentley from The Jeffersons.

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> Nowadays, I consider myself more of a crotchety old bastard in the mold of Charles Coburn in *The Devil and Miss Jones*. :-)

 

 

I alwasy liked Charles Coburn, and got a kick out of Mr. Bentley. :-)

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

> When I was younger (we're talking about 25 years younger, though I don't look all that much different now), I got everything from "Christopher Reeve," to "Desi Arnaz, jr.," to "John Travolta." Since this trio don't really bear much resemblance to one another, it suggests that I didn't, or don't, look much like any of them.

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> But it was flattering nevertheless.

 

 

I would have to guess there is a certain quality of each of them people see in you, or maybe it's the smile. :-)

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

> I look a little bit like a young Sally Field.

 

> (without the hat, of course).

 

 

You look like her without the hat. Ha!

 

I love Sally Field's body of work, loved her as the Flying Nun and Gidget when I was a kid, and she's still as cute as a button today.

 

Sybil, I think, was one of her greatest performances.

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