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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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5 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

1171. 

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1172.  

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1173.  

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1174. 

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1175. 

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1176. 

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1177. 

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Haven't seen 1176 or 1180.

1179, while a bit too dark for some, I really enjoy (I have a taste for black comedy).  1175 and 1177 are very much underrated IMO.  1173 is a watchable time-killer. The rest I can watch now and then when I'm in the mood.

 

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1172 is Four Daughters. Yes.

1175 is I Confess. Yes.

1177 is The Subject Was Roses. Yes.

1178 is Comes a Horseman? Yes, if that's it.

I can't identify the others. I was aware there was a John Wayne-Claudette Colbert pairing, but I don't remember the title, and I haven't seen it.

So, only three I'm absolutely sure I've seen, maybe four.

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Cheat Sheet:

1171. THE GENERAL DIED AT DAWN (1936) with Gary Cooper & Madeleine Carroll.

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1172. FOUR DAUGHTERS (1938) with Lola Lane, Claude Rains, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane & Gale Page.

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1173. WITHOUT RESERVATIONS (1946) with John Wayne & Claudette Colbert.

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1174. THE PROWLER (1951) with Van Heflin & Evelyn Keyes.

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1175. I CONFESS (1953) with Montgomery Clift.

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1176. JULES AND JIM (1962) with Jeanne Moreau.

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1177. THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES (1968) with Jack Albertson & Patricia Neal.

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1178. COMES A HORSEMAN (1978) with Jane Fonda.

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1179. PRIZZI’S HONOR (1985) with Anjelica Huston & William Hickey.

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1180. THE CRYING GAME (1992) with Stephen Rea & Jaye Davidson.

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saw most of these over the yrs except the foreign flix  can't believe many have yet to see prizzi's honor though   how about the tremendous and same year runaway train?

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ever notice how they did something tom Nicholson;'s teeth in Prizzi';s Honor to make then look more like Bogart's   Critics awards mostly went for him in it, but the AMPAS went for W.  Hurt in Kiss of the Spider Woman & Voight won the Globe in R. Train

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4 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

1172 is Four Daughters. Yes.

1175 is I Confess. Yes.

1177 is The Subject Was Roses. Yes.

1178 is Comes a Horseman? Yes, if that's it.

I can't identify the others. I was aware there was a John Wayne-Claudette Colbert pairing, but I don't remember the title, and I haven't seen it.

So, only three I'm absolutely sure I've seen, maybe four.

Hitchock later confeesed that i Confess was among his favs that he made, but his A #1 was Shadow of a Doubt

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38 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I have seen Jules and Jim but couldn't identify it. Ditto Prizzi's Honor. So, I've seen six of these.

P.rizzi's Honor is superb & snagged 9 nominations & made #27m. but still most never heard of it/  another Jack made 2yrs later is still unnown is Ironweed-(yet another nom for him & another superb turn by Streep Though beware as great as Ironweed is it's easily among the top5 most depressing [ox ever made!

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49 minutes ago, spence said:

besides Runaway Train how about Cinema Paradiso?

We did cover CINEMA PARADISO. It's #857.

21 minutes ago, spence said:

The John Wayne-Colbert film is basically a comedy

Yes. A very amusing one.

22 minutes ago, spence said:

Hitchock later confeesed that i Confess was among his favs that he made, but his A #1 was Shadow of a Doubt

I agree that I CONFESS is one of his best films. Alfred Hitchcock was Catholic.

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5 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

We did cover CINEMA PARADISO. It's #857.

Yes. A very amusing one.

I agree that I CONFESS is one of his best films. Alfred Hitchcock was Catholic.

Missed that part of Cinema Paradiso   do you personally rank i Confess up there among his best?

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30 minutes ago, spence said:

Hitchock later confeesed that i Confess was among his favs that he made, but his A #1 was Shadow of a Doubt

the late & underrated R. Farnsworth earned his  oscarshots for Comes a Horseman. starting in Hollywood back in the '30's as a stuntman

 

how about another rarely spoken of Farnsworth was in 1983's The Grey Fox (***1/2)?

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4 minutes ago, spence said:

Missed that part of Cinema Paradiso   do you personally rank i Confess up there among his best?

Yes. I think some of his films are vastly overrated. But I CONFESS is underrated.

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Just now, TopBilled said:

Yes. I think some of his films are vastly overrated. But I CONFESS is underrated.

& The Straight story (****-stars) it yet another

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Just now, TopBilled said:

I haven't seen it.

You really should buddy, a powerhouse motion picture!  Only grossed $11m.   Vight wasa lmost unrecognizable in the epic

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When they were about to start filming R. Train he told other convicts about it & they just laughed because he was so skinny, so he wore padding for the epic

 

Yet again the AMPAS screwed up though & nommed co-star Eric Roberts was up for support vs being in it more than Jon Voight?

It's based on a story by Akira Kurosawa

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