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I am having a hard time with all the older movies. I've seen several Marx brothers films, but I don't recall one where they were bellboys. 842 looks like Robert Preston, but I don't know the woman or the movie. 845 might be Alec Guiness, but again don't know the movie.

I do know all the more modern ones.

847 is Equus - yes

848 is Gorillas in the Mist - yes

849 is Sense and Sensibility - yes

850 is The Patriot - yes

As far as I know, I've only seen four. I"ll have to wait for the others to be identified.

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2 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

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848 and 849 are the standouts for me. 

850 was okay but just another one of Mel's-out--for-revenge roles, and it wears thin especially in this one.

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841 - Room Service (1938)

842 - North West Mounted Police (1940)

843 - That's George Raft on the right, but I don't know the movie.

844 - King Solomon's Mines (1950)

845 - Stars and Stripes Forever (1952)

846 - Murder Inc. (1960)

847 - Equus (1977)

848 - Gorillas in the Mist (1988)

849 - Sense & Sensibility (1995)

850 - The Patriot (2000) 

I've seen all except for 843 (probably).

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841 Room Service, yes (It has my girl Lucy in it)
842 
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844 I'm guessing is King Solomon's Mines, No.
845 The Music Man? No
846
847 Equus, No
848 Gorillas in the Mist, No
849 Sense and Sensibility, Yes
850 The Patriot, no

EDIT: Crossing out "The Music Man" as Lawrence and I posted at the same time. I'm assuming that I'm wrong.

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37 minutes ago, LawrenceA said:

Then the movie is Johnny Angel (1945), and I haven't seen it.

Worth seeing for always good,  bad gal, Claire Trevor.      (Raft,  being,  well,  just Raft).

 

 

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Cheat Sheet:

841. ROOM SERVICE (1938) with the Marx Brothers.

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842. NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE (1940) with Paulette Goddard & Robert Preston.

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843. JOHNNY ANGEL (1945) with Claire Trevor & George Raft.

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844. KING SOLOMON'S MINES (1950) with Stewart Granger & Deborah Kerr.

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845. STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER (1952) with Clifton Webb.

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846. MURDER INC. (1960) with Peter Falk, May Britt & Stuart Whitman.

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847. EQUUS (1977) with Alan Firth.

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848. GORILLAS IN THE MIST (1988) with Sigourney Weaver.

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849. SENSE AND SENSIBILITY (1995) with Kate Winslet & Emma Thompson.

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850. THE PATRIOT (2000) with Mel Gibson.

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12 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

I know I do.

Just watched MANPOWER and THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT again and he is just so riveting.

Most TCM viewers only know his WB films. But he made some great films at Paramount, Fox, Columbia and RKO.

I really love his stuff at Paramount in the mid-to-late 30s. TCM never airs any of those films.

The one thing I love about Raft is that I feel he's perfectly bisexual. He's a sex symbol for both women and men, in a very sensual non-threatening way. There's something very magnetic about him that other stars don't exhibit. Plus he was a dancer that was sort of a real life hood, so we have softness and hardness with him. He's a very unique screen presence.

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851 - Wuthering Heights (1939)

852 - Sergeant York (1941)

853 - The Red Pony (1949)

854 - 12 Angry Men (1957) - My favorite of the bunch.

855 - The Singing Nun (1966) - I have not seen this one.

856 - Agatha (1979) 

857 - Cinema Paradiso (1988)

858 - In & Out (1997)

859 - The Hours (2002)

860 - A Prairie Home Companion (2006)

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I've seen part of 851, I fell asleep.

I loved 854.  That movie was fantastic.

I think I saw 858 way back in the day when it first came out.  

I have vague memories of 860.

I haven't seen  the other films.

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Lawrence nailed them. Here's the Cheat Sheet:

851. WUTHERING HEIGHTS (1939) with Merle Oberon & Laurence Olivier.

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852. SERGEANT YORK (1941) with Gary Cooper.

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853. THE RED PONY (1949) with Louis Calhern, Myrna Loy & Robert Mitchum.

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854. 12 ANGRY MEN (1957)

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855. THE SINGING NUN (1966) with Debbie Reynolds.

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856. AGATHA (1979) with Vanessa Redgrave.

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857. CINEMA PARADISO (1988) with Salvatore Cascio.

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858. IN & OUT (1997) with Kevin Kline & Tom Selleck.

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859. THE HOURS (2002) with Nicole Kidman.

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860. A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION (2006) with Lily Tomlin & Meryl Streep.

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861 looks a little like Melvyn Douglas. I think there's some chance it's a Garbo-free pic of Ninotchka, which I've seen, but I'm certainly not sure.

862 might be Miracle at Morgan's Creek? Which I've seen

863 is The Killers - yes

864 is High Noon - yes

865 might be Richard III, which I've seen, but I'm not sure

866 is probably the Lee Marvin version of The Killers, which I saw on YouTube last summer

867 - A biopic of Napoleon with Rod Steiger? I haven't seen it

868 - Doesn't look like Burt Lancaster and Dean Martin. I'm not sure what this is

869 is Airplane! - yes

870 is Manhattan Murder Mystery - yes

So, four I'm absolutely sure I've seen but maybe more than that.

 

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868 looks like Charlton Heston which I think makes it either Airport '75 or Airport '77.  I'd have to look up which one had him as the pilot.

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Cheat Sheet:

861. THE TOY WIFE (1938) with Melvyn Douglas & Luise Rainer.

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862. THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK (1944) with Eddie Bracken & Betty Hutton.

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863. THE KILLERS (1946) with Charles McGraw & William Conrad.

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864. HIGH NOON (1952) with Gary Cooper & Grace Kelly.

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865. RICHARD III (1955) with Laurence Olivier.

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866. THE KILLERS (1964) with Angie Dickinson & Ronald Reagan.

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867. WATERLOO (1970) with Dan O'Herlihy & Rod Steiger.

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868. SKYJACKED (1972) with Mike Henry & Charlton Heston.

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869. AIRPLANE! (1980) with Julie Hagerty & Robert Hays.

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870. MANHATTAN MURDER MYSTERY (1993) with Alan Alda & Diane Keaton.

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