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I feel like I missed the 1070s. I don't know if you accidentally skipped them, or I just need to scroll back more.

Anyway ... I'm not doing well at all with these.

1083 is obviously Carmen Miranda, but I probably haven't seen 80 per cent of her movies, so I can't identify it.

1084 is State Fair. Yes.

1086 is Blue Hawaii. Yes.

1087 is Papillon. Yes.

1088 Couldn't say which Rob Lowe movie. I don't know that I ever saw any of his heartthrob movies except Class.

1090 It's Jake Gyllenhall, who I think is a fantastic actor, but I'm not identifying the movie.

Anyway, there are only three I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

1083 is obviously Carmen Miranda, but I probably haven't seen 80 per cent of her movies, so I can't identify it.

1084 is State Fair. Yes.

1086 is Blue Hawaii. Yes.

1087 is Papillon. Yes.

1088 Couldn't say which Rob Lowe movie. I don't know that I ever saw any of his heartthrob movies except Class.

1090 It's Jake Gyllenhall, who I think is a fantastic actor, but I'm not identifying the movie.

Anyway, there are only three I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

The Rob Lowe movie is a remake from MGM. Mid-80s.

The Jake Gyllenhaal movie is from 2007. Hope this helps!

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I like 1074 and 1075...1079 is a great foreign film from a director who died too soon.

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1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films?

1071. 

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1072. 

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1073. 

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1074. 

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1075. 

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1076. 

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1077. 

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1078. 

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1079. 

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1080. 

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Not sure if I've seen 1071, 1072 or 1073. The rest I know I have.

1074 and 1080 are about the only ones I can say I truly enjoy.

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17 hours ago, TopBilled said:

She's a fantastic actress. NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY is a well-acted film.

I love that one, a suspense thriller with humor. Steiger has a field day a serial killer who uses disguises, George Segal plays a Jewish cop on the case, he still lives with his mother Eileen Heckart. 

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1081. THE SCARLET EMPRESS (1934) with Marlene Dietrich.

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1082. THE BRIDE WORE RED (1937) with Joan Crawford & Franchot Tone.

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1083. WEEKEND IN HAVANA (1941) with Carmen Miranda.

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1084. STATE FAIR (1945) with Jeanne Crain & Dana Andrews.

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1085. THE STEEL HELMET (1951) with Gene Evans.

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1086. BLUE HAWAII (1961) with Elvis.

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1087. PAPILLON (1973) with Dustin Hoffman & Steve McQueen.

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1088. OXFORD BLUES (1984) with the cutest guy in the 80s, Rob Lowe. (Sorry Tom Cruise fans.)

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1089. THE DOUBLE LIFE OF VERONIQUE (1991) with Irene Jacob.

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1090. ZODIAC (2007) with Jake Gyllenhaal.

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58 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films?

1081. 

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1082. 

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1083. 

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1084 I do not like (but then I've never been a big Bob Hope fan anyway). 1088 is my dad's favorite (he loves Charles Bronson).  1087 is watchable, even if it does have white Olivier performing in blackface.

1082 I really really like. The rest I am not so sure I've seen.

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1082 It's probably Jewel Robbery with the special "relaxing cigarettes"! Yes.

1084 Must be a Road movie, most of which I've seen, but I have no idea which one from the photo.

1086 is Love is a Many-Splendored Thing. Yes.

1087 Looks like Olivier as Othello? What with all the blackface content currently being scrubbed from the streaming services, I doubt this will ever be shown anywhere again. I haven't seen it (And just in case I'm abysmally unobservant and this is an actual black man, apologies).

1088 Death Wish? No.

1089 Henry V. No.

1090 The Talented Mr. Ripley. Yes.

The others I don't know. Looks like I've only seen three of these, maybe four, depending on 1084.

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1091. THE SIN OF MADELON CLAUDET (1931) with Helen Hayes.

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1092. JEWEL ROBBERY (1932) with Kay Francis & William Powell.

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1093. SHE-WOLF OF LONDON (1946) with June Lockhart.

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1094. ROAD TO RIO (1947) with Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour & Bing Crosby.

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1095. ABOVE AND BEYOND (1952) with Eleanor Parker & Robert Taylor.

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1096. LOVE IS A MANY-SPLENDORED THING (1955) with Jennifer Jones & William Holden.

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1097. OTHELLO (1965) with Laurence Olivier & Maggie Smith.

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1098. DEATH WISH (1974) with Charles Bronson.

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1099. HENRY V (1989) with Kenneth Branagh.

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1100. THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY (1999) with Matt Damon & Jude Law.

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I rented Road to Rio many years ago from Blockbuster, which was just as well, because I think it's the only Road movie TCM has never shown, for whatever reason. I've also seen The Sin of Madelon Claudet, though it's been quite some time. I couldn't identify Helen Hayes in her shockingly disheveled state in that photo! So, looks like I've seen five.

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8 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I rented Road to Rio many years ago from Blockbuster, which was just as well, because I think it's the only Road movie TCM has never shown, for whatever reason. I've also seen The Sin of Madelon Claudet, though it's been quite some time. I couldn't identify Helen Hayes in her shockingly disheveled state in that photo! So, looks like I've seen five.

She earned an Oscar for the portrayal, as you may already know. I think the first time I watched it, I had borrowed it from a public library (on VHS). I thought she did a fine job, and so did Robert Young who played her son.

THE SIN OF MADELON CLAUDET and MADAME X would be a good double feature.

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31 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films (hopefully I have the numbering right today!):

1101. 

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1102. 

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1103.

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Seen them all except 1110. 1102 is my absolute favorite out of all of these here, 1103, 1105 and 1107 I quite enjoy.

Can't stand 1109 however.

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I I agree about Streisand.  I liked her when she had her TV specials.  Still can't understand why she didn't let Mandy Patankin sing in Yentl.  I prefer Peter to Jane and find Easy Rider in many respects relevant to what is happening today.  One of the films I missed earlier (picture with Remick and Steiger) is No Way to Treat a Lady (murder/comedy?).  I think George Segal is also in it.  Think I saw 1065 (Cassavetes and Lee J. Cobb) and Come Back Little Sheba.  Not sure of what the other films were.  

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I guess that never posted (the above).  Death Becomes her is stupid but okay to watch on TV (but She Devil was dreadful - especially if you have seen the BBC version).  Not sure of some of the films (don't know if one is Angels with Dirty Faces.  Know actresses in 1110 but don't know movie.  Recognized Ronald Coleman but don't know film.  I've scene The Sins of Madelon C.  I've seen Death Wish and (I think this is the movie) The Eiger Sanction.  Saw Talented Mr. Ripley (and John M. in the same role in sequel).  I think I saw Jewel Robbery.  I did not see either of the Shakespeares.  I believe I saw Love is a Many -Splendored Thing.  Might have seen Neil Diamond's Jazz Singer (another remake - why?).  Don't know the Gable Gardner film.

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8 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

I I agree about Streisand.  I liked her when she had her TV specials.  Still can't understand why she didn't let Mandy Patankin sing in Yentl.  I prefer Peter to Jane and find Easy Rider in many respects relevant to what is happening today.  One of the films I missed earlier (picture with Remick and Steiger) is No Way to Treat a Lady (murder/comedy?).  I think George Segal is also in it.  Think I saw 1065 (Cassavetes and Lee J. Cobb) and Come Back Little Sheba.  Not sure of what the other films were.  

Yes, the Lee Remick film we discussed is called NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY. In addition to Remick, Steiger and Segal, there are memorable supporting turns from Eileen Heckart and Doris Roberts. I am sure you'd get a kick out of it.

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12 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Seen them all except 1110. 1102 is my absolute favorite out of all of these here, 1103, 1105 and 1107 I quite enjoy.

Can't stand 1109 however.

My favorite in this batch is 1110. Rita Moreno is very good, but the other actresses are fabulous too. Plus if you like John Sayles movies, then it's even more of a treat. Sayles is a highly competent writer-director.

I also like Richard Burton in anything, and 1106 is probably one of his best films (without Liz).

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1101 is The Crowd. I've loved what I've seen, but I must admit I've never sat down and watched it all the way from beginning to end, so I guess I have to put it in the "no" category.

1102 is Angels with Dirty Faces, which TCM is apparently unable to show anymore, but I saw it back when they could, so yes.

1103 My Friend Flicka? No.

Long stretch there where I recognize most of the actors but have no idea what the movies are.

1108 is The Jazz Singer. Newer version. Yes.

1109 is Death Becomes Her. No.

1110 I don't know.

Wow, so only two I can confirm I've seen. That's tied for an all-time low for me.

 

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45 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

1101 is The Crowd. I've loved what I've seen, but I must admit I've never sat down and watched it all the way from beginning to end, so I guess I have to put it in the "no" category.

1102 is Angels with Dirty Faces, which TCM is apparently unable to show anymore, but I saw it back when they could, so yes.

1103 My Friend Flicka? No.

Long stretch there where I recognize most of the actors but have no idea what the movies are.

1108 is The Jazz Singer. Newer version. Yes.

1109 is Death Becomes Her. No.

1110 I don't know.

Wow, so only two I can confirm I've seen. That's tied for an all-time low for me.

Fortunately ANGELS with DIRTY FACES is on DVD with a very good audio commentary.

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1101. THE CROWD (1928) with James Murray.

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1102. ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES (1938) with James Cagney & Pat O'Brien.

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1103. MY FRIEND FLICKA (1943) with Flicka and friend Roddy McDowall.

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1104. THE LATE GEORGE APLEY (1947) with Ronald Colman.

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1105. LONE STAR (1952) with Ava Gardner & Clark Gable.

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1106. THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD (1965) with Richard Burton.

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1107. THE ELGER SANCTION (1975) with Clint Eastwood.

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1108. THE JAZZ SINGER (1980) with Neil Diamond.

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1109. DEATH BECOMES HER (1992) with Goldie Hawn & Meryl Streep.

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1110. CASA DE LOS BABYS (2003) with Marcia Gay Harden, Daryl Hannah, Mary Steenburgen & Rita Moreno.

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