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39 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

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162.

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163.

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164.

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165.

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166.

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167.

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170.

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161 is hilarious, 162 a much more intriguing film than the 1981 remake (even if the latter version had Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange in it), 163 and 164 make for very good viewing, 165....well, let's just say I don't think very much of Elvis' acting ability (though I do love his music).

Haven't seen 166, 167 just love the sparring between the two leads. Not sure if I've seen 168, I may have, but it's been awhile. Haven't caught 169, and 170 definitely in my top 10 of favorite movies.

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162 The Postman Always Rings Twice (what a great still!) - yes

164 I want to say this is Anastasia, which I've seen, but I'm not 100 per cent sure.

165 Jailhouse Rock - yes

166 Probably The Love Bug, which I've seen, but it could be one of the sequels. Not sure how many of those I've seen.

167 The Lion in Winter - yes

168 Not sure. I don't think it's In the Heat of the Night (doesn't look like the guy who gets slapped). I'll have to wait and learn from someone more knowledgeable.

169 A Cry in the Dark -  yes

170 Titanic - yes

I've definitely seen at least five, maybe more.

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Cheat Sheet:

161. NOTHING SACRED (1937) with Carole Lombard, Walter Connolly & Fredric March.

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162. THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE (1946) with Cecil Kellaway, John Garfield & Lana Turner.

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163. I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU (1946) with Philip Dorn & Catherine McLeod.

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164. ANASTASIA (1956) with Helen Hayes & Ingrid Bergman.

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165. JAILHOUSE ROCK (1957) with Elvis Presley.

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166. THE LOVE BUG (1968) with Buddy Hackett, Dean Jones & Herbie.

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167. THE LION IN WINTER (1968) with Katharine Hepburn & Peter O'Toole.

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168. BROTHER JOHN (1971) with Will Geer & Sidney Poitier.

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169. A CRY IN THE DARK (1988) with Sam Neill & Meryl Streep.

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170. TITANIC (1997) with Leonardo Di Caprio & Kate Winslet.

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I've never seen I've Always Loved You. I saw Brother John a long time ago and I don't remember much about it.

I've seen all the rest. First-rate performances by Ingrid Bergman, Peter O'Toole, Meryl Streep, and Sam Neill.

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2 hours ago, Vautrin said:

I remember there were twin brothers in my high school who were close to their parents and

liked to go to family movies. Of course they couldn't miss The Love Bug. Count me out.

Yeah, well, you evidently would've been a bad influence upon 'em anyway, Vautrin ol' boy! LOL

(...and so maybe that was a good thing all around, eh?!) ;)

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6 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Cheat Sheet:

161. NOTHING SACRED (1937) with Carole Lombard, Walter Connolly & Fredric March.

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162. THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE (1946) with Cecil Kellaway, John Garfield & Lana Turner.

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163. I'VE ALWAYS LOVED YOU (1946) with Philip Dorn & Catherine McLeod.

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164. ANASTASIA (1956) with Helen Hayes & Ingrid Bergman.

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165. JAILHOUSE ROCK (1957) with Elvis Presley.

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166. THE LOVE BUG (1968) with Buddy Hackett, Dean Jones & Herbie.

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167. THE LION IN WINTER (1968) with Katharine Hepburn & Peter O'Toole.

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168. BROTHER JOHN (1971) with Will Geer & Sidney Poitier.

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169. A CRY IN THE DARK (1988) with Sam Neill & Meryl Streep.

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170. TITANIC (1997) with Leonardo Di Caprio & Kate Winslet.

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Btw Vautrin, your previous post reminded me of that time my junior high school buddy Dennis and I were all set to go see Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine at the local movie theater.

However, once Dennis' mom got wind of her innocent little 13 y/o boy goin' to see what she thought would be WAY too risqué a flick for him and primarily due to its title, she put the kibosh on him goin'.

(...and so THIS "bad influence" HERE went by myself)

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14 hours ago, Dargo said:

Yeah, well, you evidently would've been a bad influence upon 'em anyway, Vautrin ol' boy! LOL

(...and so maybe that was a good thing all around, eh?!) ;)

I didn't know them very well, so there was nothing to fear.  :)

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14 hours ago, Dargo said:

Btw Vautrin, your previous post reminded me of that time my junior high school buddy Dennis and I were all set to go see Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine at the local movie theater.

However, once Dennis' mom got wind of her innocent little 13 y/o boy goin' to see what she thought would be WAY too risqué a flick for him and primarily due to its title, she put the kibosh on him goin'.

(...and so THIS "bad influence" HERE went by myself)

Something similar happened to me when a friend and I were planning to see Barbarella.  I can't recall who changed

those plans. Likely a friend of my parents.  I think I saw DGATBM in one of the local movie theaters.  This was before

the multiplexes and all the local theaters were big old things left over from the studio era and were rarely filled.

One time two of my friends and I somehow convinced one of the mothers to take us to the drive in to see a triple

bill of re-released Corman Poe films.  For that she should have been nominated Mother of the Year.

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17 hours ago, skimpole said:

How do you make sure that the photos are roughly the same size?

You can resize the image inside the post as well.  If you click on the image to highlight it, and while holding down the <Ctrl> button, right-click and choose "Edit Image," you can enter new dimensions.

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Cheat Sheet:

171. THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL (1934) with Leslie Howard & Merle Oberon.

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172. SONG OF THE SOUTH (1946) with James Baskett & Bobby Driscoll.

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173. OUT OF THE PAST (1947) with Jane Greer & Robert Mitchum.

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174. SEPTEMBER AFFAIR (1950) with Joseph Cotten & Joan Fontaine.

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175. BRANDED (1950) with Mona Freeman, Charles Bickford & Alan Ladd.

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176. RED BALL EXPRESS (1952) with Sidney Poitier.

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177. THE SANDPIPER (1965) with Elizabeth Taylor.

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178. ANNIE HALL (1977) with Woody Allen & Diane Keaton.

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179. STAR WARS (1977) with Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher & Harrison Ford.

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180. BATMAN (1989) with Michael Keaton & Jack Nicholson.

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11 hours ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

181,  183, 185 and 186 are the best in this bunch IMO. 188 I never cared for. 189 is a teen comedy but it's cute and funny.  I like 190 too.

Yeah...189 is definitely a cute one. For any teen that grew up in the 80s like I did, it's an essential.

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Before I comment on the newest batch (these are coming way too fast and furious for me to keep up with each individual post), I wanted to say I saw September Affair in a fantastic print on YouTube this past summer whilst battling a terrible bout of insomnia that had me Web-surfing many a night at 2 or 3 or 4 am. Turning on the TV almost seemed too much of a surrender, though there were probably a lot of great movies on TCM at the same time, so mostly I relied on YouTube to pass the time. Anyway, I have no idea if it's still available, but I watched it twice and highly recommend it.

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5 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Before I comment on the newest batch (these are coming way too fast and furious for me to keep up with each individual post), I wanted to say I saw September Affair in a fantastic print on YouTube this past summer whilst battling a terrible bout of insomnia that had me Web-surfing many a night at 2 or 3 or 4 am. Turning on the TV almost seemed too much of a surrender, though there were probably a lot of great movies on TCM at the same time, so mostly I relied on YouTube to pass the time. Anyway, I have no idea if it's still available, but I watched it twice and highly recommend it.

SEPTEMBER AFFAIR is still on YouTube.

I've been posting ten films each day.

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