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Arsan, I'll give it a try.

Photo #1: Woman of the Year

Photo #2: Father of the Bride

Photo #3: The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Photo #4: Young Man with a Horn

Photo #5: Inherit the Wind

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15 minutes ago, MarshaKatz said:

Arsan, I'll give it a try.

Photo #1: Woman of the Year

Photo #2: Father of the Bride

Photo #3: The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Photo #4: Young Man with a Horn

Photo #5: Inherit the Wind

#1 and #2 are correct.

The title of the thread is Full Circle, therefore #1 and #5 have something in common.

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Woman of the Year and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner were the first and last movies Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn made together.

Thank you Marsha, Lawrence, and Princess.

Who's next?

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10 hours ago, shutoo said:

looks like fun..here's five..

1. Related image

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3. Image result for shadow of a doubt 1943

4.Image result for strangers on a train

5. image.png.c4600dd8cc4d05b6eb090a28baa06dab.png

1.  Rebecca

2. Rear Window

3. Shadow of A Doubt

4. Strangers On A Train

5. Psycho

 

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9 hours ago, lavenderblue19 said:

1.  Rebecca

2. Rear Window

3. Shadow of A Doubt

4. Strangers On A Train

5. Psycho

 

 

24 minutes ago, Arsan404 said:

2.) Saboteur ?

Lavenderblue got 4, Arsan got 1...know what the 'circle' is? Why 1 and five are connected? 

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Well, both are Hitchcock films, but there is an interesting similar aspect regarding the crazy characters. In Rebecca, Mrs. Danvers preserves the bedroom just as Rebecca had always kept it, and in Psycho Norman keeps the bedroom as well as his mother’s body. Both films also have great staircase scenes. Any of this what you had in mind?

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1 hour ago, BunnyWhit said:

Well, both are Hitchcock films, but there is an interesting similar aspect regarding the crazy characters. In Rebecca, Mrs. Danvers preserves the bedroom just as Rebecca had always kept it, and in Psycho Norman keeps the bedroom as well as his mother’s body. Both films also have great staircase scenes. Any of this what you had in mind?

Well, no..all are Hitchcock films, but the order is important..the first was the first something..the last was the last..think Hitch..

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8 hours ago, shutoo said:

Well, no..all are Hitchcock films, but the order is important..the first was the first something..the last was the last..think Hitch..

Rebecca was Hitchcock's first Best Director Oscar nomination, Psycho was his last Best Director nomination for an Oscar ?

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2 hours ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Rebecca was Hitchcock's first Best Director Oscar nomination, Psycho was his last Best Director nomination for an Oscar ?

That's it! They're the first, and final, of his five Oscar nominations (and losses...) Related image

 

Thanks everyone for guessing!

 

 

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Here's another one. Some photos are cropped, some aren't.

There is a connection between on photo and the next one.

1.

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2. 

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3.

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4.

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5.

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6.

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7.

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I'm thinking Olivia de Havilland

2. Gone With the Wind

3. The Snake Pit (obviously not from the film, but 'representative' of title)

but I could be way off...

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20 hours ago, shutoo said:

I'm thinking Olivia de Havilland

2. Gone With the Wind

3. The Snake Pit (obviously not from the film, but 'representative' of title)

but I could be way off...

Gone With the Wind is correct.

The link between one photo and the next one is like the ACTOR/MOVIE ASSOCIATION Game. The first and last photos are about the same person.

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This is tough, but here is what I think.

#1  Intermezzo: A Love Story featuring Ingrid Bergman and Leslie Howard

#2  Gone With The Wind featuring Leslie Howard and Clark Gable 

#3  Mogambo featuring Clark Gable and Ava Gardner

#4  The Night Of The Iguana featuring Ava Gardner and Richard Burton

#5  Becket featuring Richard Burton and Sir John Gielgud

#6  Lost Horizon (the remake) featuring Sir John Gielgud and Liv Ullmann

#7  Autumn Sonata featuring Liv Ullmann and Ingrid Bergman

 

 

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21 hours ago, MilesArcher said:

This is tough, but here is what I think.

#1  Intermezzo: A Love Story featuring Ingrid Bergman and Leslie Howard

#2  Gone With The Wind featuring Leslie Howard and Clark Gable 

#3  Mogambo featuring Clark Gable and Ava Gardner

#4  The Night Of The Iguana featuring Ava Gardner and Richard Burton

#5  Becket featuring Richard Burton and Sir John Gielgud

#6  Lost Horizon (the remake) featuring Sir John Gielgud and Liv Ullmann

#7  Autumn Sonata featuring Liv Ullmann and Ingrid Bergman

 

 

Correct on all accounts, Miles. Ingrid Bergman played a concert pianist in Intermezzo and Autumn Sonata.

Thank you, Miles.

Your turn.

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Thanks.  I hope someone can figure this one out.  Here goes:

 

1.    Image result for on the waterfront  friendly's bar 

 

2.   

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3.  Image result for arsenic and old lace 

 

4.  Image result for the scarlet pimpernel 1934 movie 

 

5.  Related image 

 

6.  Related image 

 

You actually have some choices here.

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7 hours ago, MilesArcher said:

Thanks.  I hope someone can figure this one out.  Here goes:

 

1.    Image result for on the waterfront  friendly's bar 

 

2.   

Image result for north by northwest mount rushmore 

3.  Image result for arsenic and old lace 

 

4.  Image result for the scarlet pimpernel 1934 movie 

 

5.  Related image 

 

6.  Related image 

 

You actually have some choices here.

1. On the Waterfront- Marlon Brando and Eva Marie Saint

2. North By Northwest - Eva Marie Saint and Cary Grant

3. Arsenic and Old Lace - Cary Grant and ?

4. A Tale of Two Cities - ? and Isabell Jewell

5. Gone with the Wind - Isabel Jewell and Vivien Leigh

6. A Streetcar Named Desire - Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando

 

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Pretty close, Lavender, but #4 is not "A Tale Of Two Cities".  In fact, the star of #4 is pictured in the center of the photo.  It is a man in disguise as a woman.  That also makes Isabel Jewell incorrect.  Someone from "Gone With The Wind" was in #4.  Here's a hint:  An actor from #3 played the villain in #4.

 

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