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Diamond Jim Brady - Edward Arnold in Diamond Jim

Nick Beal - Ray Milland in  Alias Nick Beal

Saunders - Jean Arthur in Mr. Smith Goes To Washington

The movie is Easy Living 

 

Next:

 Doc Golightly Dances With The Bamboo Blonde

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Buddy Ebsen (Doc Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's)  danced with Frances Langford (The Bamboo Blonde) in Born to Dance.

Next:  Huckleberry Finn helps Amy March get a horse ready for a very big race.

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Huck Finn = Mickey Rooney

Amy March = Liz Taylor in LITTLE WOMEN

The movie is NATIONAL VELVET

 

next

Eve Kendall and Alan Brady are held hostage by Harry Roat Jr but find out he isn't a bad guy

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Eve Kendall is Eva Marie Saint in North by Northwest

Alan Brady is Carl Reiner in The Dick Van Dyke Show

Harry Roat Jr. is Alan Arkin in Wait Until Dark

The movie is The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!

Next:  Kitty Foyle and Alice Adams are bickering roommates.

 

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I hope its Ginger Rogers and Katharine Hepburn in Stage Door (1937)

Next: (This isn't quite correct but, you'll get it. This actually happened.)

A girl goes to court and Frankenstein is the judge. :lol:

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5 hours ago, GGGGerald said:

I hope its Ginger Rogers and Katharine Hepburn in Stage Door (1937)

Next: (This isn't quite correct but, you'll get it. This actually happened.)

A girl goes to court and Frankenstein is the judge. :lol:

I'm confused.  If this actually happened, are we still supposed to come up with the title of a movie.  Also, is there any character name for the girl?

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8 hours ago, starliteyes said:

I'm confused.  If this actually happened, are we still supposed to come up with the title of a movie.  Also, is there any character name for the girl?

I explained it badly. What I meant was this was an actual description of a movie a former co worker gone to see. We shook our head until we realized what he meant.

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23 hours ago, GGGGerald said:

I hope its Ginger Rogers and Katharine Hepburn in Stage Door (1937)

Next: (This isn't quite correct but, you'll get it. This actually happened.)

A girl goes to court and Frankenstein is the judge. :lol:

You're going to have to give us more description on the girl.

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44 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

You're going to have to give us more description on the girl.

Young girl gets in trouble. Her relative travels down to help her out. Very popular 1990's film.

The actress won an oscar for the role.

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On 9/14/2019 at 1:58 PM, GGGGerald said:

Young girl gets in trouble. Her relative travels down to help her out. Very popular 1990's film.

The actress won an oscar for the role.

Gerald, in order to identify her, I think we need the name of a character that this Oscar winning actress played.  If you look at all of the previous posts, the game has been played by supplying character names so that we can figure out who the actors are, which then leads us to figure out what the movie is.

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It almost sounds like "My Cousin Vinny", except that it was two young men who got in trouble.  A cousin of one of them was a  lawyer who came to the southern town to defend them.  He brought his girlfriend along.  She was played by Marisa Tomei, who won a supporting actress Oscar for the role.  Her character did not get in trouble in the movie.  The judge was played by Fred Gwynne, who had earlier played Herman Munster on TV, a clone of the Frankenstein monster.

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12 hours ago, MilesArcher said:

It almost sounds like "My Cousin Vinny", except that it was two young men who got in trouble.  A cousin of one of them was a  lawyer who came to the southern town to defend them.  He brought his girlfriend along.  She was played by Marisa Tomei, who won a supporting actress Oscar for the role.  Her character did not get in trouble in the movie.  The judge was played by Fred Gwynne, who had earlier played Herman Munster on TV, a clone of the Frankenstein monster.

Got it !

You are correct.  The co worker I mentioned was mentally challenged and that's how he described the film.

Open thread.

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Max Bialystock is Zero Mostel in The Producers

Sgt. Bilko is Phil Silvers on The Phil Silvers Show

The movie is A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Next:  Ella Peterson walks in on her husband, Richard Sherman, and his lover, Lina Lamont, and shoots him.

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On 9/16/2019 at 9:14 PM, starliteyes said:

Max Bialystock is Zero Mostel in The Producers

Sgt. Bilko is Phil Silvers on The Phil Silvers Show

The movie is A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Next:  Ella Peterson walks in on her husband, Richard Sherman, and his lover, Lina Lamont, and shoots him.

Hint:  Ella Peterson also goes by the name of Billie Dawn.

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On 9/16/2019 at 9:14 PM, starliteyes said:

Max Bialystock is Zero Mostel in The Producers

Sgt. Bilko is Phil Silvers on The Phil Silvers Show

The movie is A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Next:  Ella Peterson walks in on her husband, Richard Sherman, and his lover, Lina Lamont, and shoots him.

Judy Holiday as Ella Peterson in Bells are Ringing

Tom Ewell as Richard Sherman in The Seven Year Itch

Jean Hagen as Lina Lamont in Singin In the Rain

In-  Adam's Rib

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Margo Channing gets her revenge on Catherine Sloper

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Margo Channing is Bette Davis in All About Eve.

Catherine Sloper is Olivia De Havilland in The Heiress.

The movie is Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte.

Next:  Addison DeWitt helps John L. Sullivan (not the famous boxer) get his message across.

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Addison DeWitt is George Sanders in All About Eve.

John L. Sullivan is Joel McCrea in Sullivan's Travels.

The movie is Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent.

Next:  After Mr. Matuschek dies, Alfred Kralik and Klara Novak attempt to flee to freedom.

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Frank Morgan, Margaret Sullavan, and James Stewart... all from SHOP AROUND THE CORNER

 

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Don Lockwood and Sgt Bilko wreck Dorothy's tractor

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6 hours ago, LonesomePolecat said:

Frank Morgan, Margaret Sullavan, and James Stewart... all from SHOP AROUND THE CORNER

 

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Don Lockwood and Sgt Bilko wreck Dorothy's tractor

Yes all from Shop Around the Corner but I think Miles was going for The Mortal Storm

Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers and Judy in Summer Stock

next

Blanche Hudson and Helen Morgan smack each other around

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1 hour ago, lavenderblue19 said:

 

Yes all from Shop Around the Corner but I think Miles was going for The Mortal Storm

 

Sorry, forgot to type that!

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Joan Crawford was Blanche Hudson in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Ann Blyth was Helen Morgan in The Helen Morgan Story.

They slapped each other around in Mildred Pierce.

Next:  Jervis Pendleton III and Fay Fortune decide to show those Brazilians "a thing or three."

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