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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

Daresay Bogart is actually sexy in 721. He lost that quality in his subsequent gangster roles. 

Yes, I have to admit he does look so fine in that pic.

Bogart, to me anyway, was never the hot stud that some of his other contemporaries were, but he still had that 'coolness' factor about him that made him hard to resist.

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721- The Petrified Forest. Yes.

722- Meet John Doe. Yes

723, I recognize Jeanne Crain.  Not sure of  the film

724 Young at Heart. Yes

725 I recognize Cliff  Robertson... Not sure of the film

726 Not sure

727 Not sure

728 The Wiz. Haven't seen it.

729 Looks like Clint Eastwood, haven't seen the movie 

730 Little Women (1994) Yes! 

 

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1 hour ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Yes, I have to admit he does look so fine in that pic.

Bogart, to me anyway, was never the hot stud that some of his other contemporaries were, but he still had that 'coolness' factor about him that made him hard to resist.

I've always thought that Bogart had an attractive quality about him.  I agree that he was attractive in The Petrified Forest.  I think it's the stubble.  I also think Bogie is attractive in Casablanca and Three on a Match

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13 minutes ago, speedracer5 said:

723, I recognize Jeanne Crain.  Not sure of  the film

725 I recognize Cliff  Robertson... Not sure of the film

726 Not sure

727 Not sure

729 Looks like Clint Eastwood, haven't seen the movie 

#723 - I don't know.

#725 is The Best Man (1964).

#726 is Point Blank (1967) - one of my favorites.

#727 is House of Dark Shadows (1970).

#729 is Pale Rider (1985).

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1 minute ago, LawrenceA said:

#723 - I don't know.

#725 is The Best Man (1964).

#726 is Point Blank (1967) - one of my favorites.

#727 is House of Dark Shadows (1970).

#729 is Pale Rider (1985).

Still haven't seen any of those.  Lol. 

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Great discussion everyone. Here's the official Cheat Sheet:

721. THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936) with Leslie Howard & Humphrey Bogart.

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722. MEET JOHN DOE (1941) with Barbara Stanwyck & Gary Cooper.

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723. MARGIE (1946) with Jeanne Crain.

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724. YOUNG AT HEART (1954) with Doris Day, Frank Sinatra & Ethel Barrymore.

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725. THE BEST MAN (1964) with Cliff Robertson.

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726. POINT BLANK (1967) with Angie Dickinson, Lee Marvin & Carroll O'Connor.

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727. HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS (1970) with Joan Bennett.

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728. THE WIZ (1978) with Diana Ross & Michael Jackson.

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729. PALE RIDER (1985) with Clint Eastwood.

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730. LITTLE WOMEN (1994) with Susan Sarandon.

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I've seen The Petrified ForestMeet John DoeYoung at HeartThe Best ManPoint Blank and Little Women, so six of 10. I saw the new Little Women last weekend, so I've seen four different film versions of that damn book. I saw a good chunk of Margie some years ago on TCM, starting in the middle and having no idea what I was watching, but probably not enough to count as actually having seen it.

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2 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen The Petrified ForestMeet John DoeYoung at HeartThe Best ManPoint Blank and Little Women, so six of 10. I saw the new Little Women last weekend, so I've seen four different film versions of that damn book. I saw a good chunk of Margie some years on TCM, starting in the middle and having no idea what I was watching, but probably not enough to count as actually having seen it.

I only need to see the 1933 version of Little Women.  Right now, I'm reading the book.  It's very helpful to have seen so many different iterations of the story, so I'm able to piece together the events of the novel and figure out what's going on.  The novel is somewhat all over the place--and a lot of run-on sentences.  Geez Alcott, would it kill you to use a period sometimes?

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731 My Man Godfrey, yes
732 Notorious, yes
733 I'm guessing that this is some version of Hamlet, but I haven't seen it.
734 An American in Paris, yes
735 The Defiant Ones, no
736 CORNEL WILDE IS IN THE PENTHOUSE! CORNEL WILDE... that's all I have for that one
737 Halloween, yes
738 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn, no. I just recognized  Ricardo Montalban's hair in this photo and knew what  it was
739 No. I see that it's Jamie Lee Curtis with her mother, Janet Leigh.
740 Gladiator, yes a long time ago.

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10 minutes ago, speedracer5 said:

731 My Man Godfrey, yes
732 Notorious, yes
733 I'm guessing that this is some version of Hamlet, but I haven't seen it.
734 An American in Paris, yes
735 The Defiant Ones, no
736 CORNEL WILDE IS IN THE PENTHOUSE! CORNEL WILDE... that's all I have for that one
737 Halloween, yes
738 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn, no. I just recognized  Ricardo Montalban's hair in this photo and knew what  it was
739 No. I see that it's Jamie Lee Curtis with her mother, Janet Leigh.
740 Gladiator, yes a long time ago.

Can you believe GLADIATOR came out twenty years ago? Where does the time go.

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5 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Can you believe GLADIATOR came out twenty years ago? Where does the time go.

I know.  It came out when I was a sophomore in high school.  I remember clearly when it was in the theaters, let alone twenty years later.  If I recall, this film started a series of other films being released about Greek/Roman figures.  I think within a few years, Gladiator, Troy, and Alexander all came out. I think Gladiator was touted as Russell Crowe's shot at an Oscar, but he'd have to wait until the year after. 

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27 minutes ago, speedracer5 said:

I know.  It came out when I was a sophomore in high school.  I remember clearly when it was in the theaters, let alone twenty years later.  If I recall, this film started a series of other films being released about Greek/Roman figures.  I think within a few years, Gladiator, Troy, and Alexander all came out. I think Gladiator was touted as Russell Crowe's shot at an Oscar, but he'd have to wait until the year after. 

Actually Russell did win the Best Actor Oscar for GLADIATOR.

Love that movie.

731 is hilarious,  732 Cary at his sly best and Ingrid wonderful as always,  733 very much a watchable film (though admittingly you would have to be a big Shakespearian nut to get most of it),  734, I'm not too big on, 735 though not my favorite still better than average thanks to the performances of Curtis and Poitier,  736 I haven't seen,  737 a classic chiller, 738 a big nay to since I am definitely not a Star Trek fan at all,  739 I don't think I've seen either, and of course 740 my top pic of the bunch.

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52 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Actually Russell did win the Best Actor Oscar for GLADIATOR.

Love that movie.

731 is hilarious,  732 Cary at his sly best and Ingrid wonderful as always,  733 very much a watchable film (though admittingly you would have to be a big Shakespearian nut to get most of it),  734, I'm not too big on, 735 though not my favorite still better than average thanks to the performances of Curtis and Poitier,  736 I haven't seen,  737 a classic chiller, 738 a big nay to since I am definitely not a Star Trek fan at all,  739 I don't think I've seen either, and of course 740 my top pic of the bunch.

I stand corrected.  I thought Crowe had won for A Beautiful Mind

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I love An American in Paris.  I just saw it in the theater for probably the 3rd time last month and then I watched it yesterday on Watch TCM while I was working.

As much as I love the 18 minute ballet at the end, I really love Georges Guetary's "Stairway to Paradise" number.  That's my favorite part.  And of course, Oscar Levant is always  hilarious. I also really liked Nina Foch's character.  I think this film, and Executive Suite are the only films of hers that I've seen. 

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2 hours ago, speedracer5 said:

733 I'm guessing that this is some version of Hamlet, but I haven't seen it.

736 CORNEL WILDE IS IN THE PENTHOUSE! CORNEL WILDE... that's all I have for that one

739 No. I see that it's Jamie Lee Curtis with her mother, Janet Leigh.
 

#733 is the Laurence Olivier Hamlet (1948) that won the Best Picture Oscar.

#736 is The Naked Prey (1965).

#739 is Halloween: H20 (1998).

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22 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Great discussion everyone. Here's the official Cheat Sheet:

721. THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936) with Leslie Howard & Humphrey Bogart.

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722. MEET JOHN DOE (1941) with Barbara Stanwyck & Gary Cooper.

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723. MARGIE (1946) with Jeanne Crain.

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724. YOUNG AT HEART (1954) with Doris Day, Frank Sinatra & Ethel Barrymore.

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725. THE BEST MAN (1964) with Cliff Robertson.

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726. POINT BLANK (1967) with Angie Dickinson, Lee Marvin & Carroll O'Connor.

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727. HOUSE OF DARK SHADOWS (1970) with Joan Bennett.

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728. THE WIZ (1978) with Diana Ross & Michael Jackson.

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729. PALE RIDER (1985) with Clint Eastwood.

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730. LITTLE WOMEN (1994) with Susan Sarandon.

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7 out of 10,did not see Young at Heart,Margie and The Wiz.

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The official Cheat Sheet:

731. MY MAN GODFREY (1936) with Carole Lombard & William Powell.

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732. NOTORIOUS (1946) with Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman.

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733. HAMLET (1948) with Laurence Olivier.

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734. AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (1951) with Gene Kelly & Leslie Caron.

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735. THE DEFIANT ONES (1958) with Tony Curtis & Sidney Poitier.

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736. THE NAKED PREY (1965) with Cornel Wilde.

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737. HALLOWEEN (1978) with Jamie Lee Curtis.

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738. STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN (1982) with Ricardo Montalban.

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739. HALLOWEEN H20: 20 YEARS LATER (1998) with Janet Leigh & Jamie Lee Curtis.

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740. GLADIATOR (2000) with Russell Crowe.

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I haven't seen The Naked Prey at all, and I've only seen bits and pieces of the original Halloween (yes, I actually saw Halloween: H20 in the theaters. The new film with Jamie Lee Curtis from 2018 apparently eliminates this one from canon continuity). So, I've seen eight, which ties my best. I could identify all of them except The Naked Prey

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I've never seen Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan or Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later. I've never been a fan of the Star Trek franchise.

After the original Halloween I've seen only Season of the Witch, I think that's the title, the one with Dan O'Herlihy.

 

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