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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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I've seen Manpower and, I think, Invitation to a Gunfighter (my Dad loved Westerns, even the ones he call D or C movies).  Think I might have seen In Name Only (great trio of actors/actresses).

Bad and The Beautiful (if I'm right), numerous times because I love the movie

Just watched Flower Drum Song

Have to wait until see what other movies are.

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5 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

I've seen Manpower and, I think, Invitation to a Gunfighter (my Dad loved Westerns, even the ones he call D or C movies).  Think I might have seen In Name Only (great trio of actors/actresses).

Bad and The Beautiful (if I'm right), numerous times because I love the movie

Just watched Flower Drum Song

Have to wait until see what other movies are.

Judith,

I think you are looking at yesterday's list. The cheat sheet was already provided.

A new list was posted today.

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1311 is The Lost Patrol. No.

1313 is Man of the West. No.

1314 is Pinky. Yes.

1316 is The Bad and the Beautiful. Yes.

1317 is Flower Drum Song. No.

1320 is The Survivors. No.

I don't know the others. Looks like maybe I've only seen two.

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Cheat Sheet:

1311. THE LOST PATROL (1934) with Boris Karloff, Victor McLaglen & Wallace Ford.

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1312. BARBARY COAST (1935) with Miriam Hopkins.

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1313. ALONG CAME JONES (1945) with Gary Cooper & Loretta Young.

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1314. PINKY (1949) with Jeanne Crain & Ethel Waters.

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1315. RHUBARB (1951) with Jan Sterling, Orangey the cat & Ray Milland.

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1316. THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL (1952) with Kirk Douglas & Lana Turner.

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1317. FLOWER DRUM SONG (1961) with Nancy Kwan.

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1318. THE MONEY TRAP (1965) with Rita Hayworth & Glenn Ford.

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1319. SWEET JESUS PREACHERMAN (1973) with Roger E. Mosley.

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1320. THE SURVIVORS (1983) with Robin Williams & Walter Matthau.

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1 minute ago, sewhite2000 said:

Oh, that is Loretta Young, isn't it? Okay, well, I haven't seen that either. Yep, only two for me. Tied for my lowest.

Yeah, MAN OF THE WEST was made later and in that one Cooper costarred with Julie London.

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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

1321.

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1322. 

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1323. 

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1324. 

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1325. 

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1326. 

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1327. 

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1328. 

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1324 I don't know if I've seen yet. I definitely haven't seen 1321.

1322, 1328 and 1330 I enjoy the most from this selection. 1325 I like well enough. The rest are hit and miss for me.

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9 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

1324 I don't know if I've seen yet. I definitely haven't seen 1321.

1322, 1328 and 1330 I enjoy the most from this selection. 1325 I like well enough. The rest are hit and miss for me.

1321 is a UA silent film that TCM airs occasionally.

Not long ago someone uploaded a nice print of 1324 on YouTube. 

1326 is my favorite from this batch. It may also be viewed on YouTube at this time. A good, sharply written and nicely played picture with a young Joan Collins. It starts with her and the other two women being released from prison on the same day. We follow what happens to them as they assimilate back into their old lives. At the end of the day they plan to meet up for dinner at a fancy restaurant, since they bonded behind bars and are now a support group for each other. One of them will die before the day ends. Such an excellent film and Collins is a revelation in her role. 

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1322 is Mutiny on the Bounty? I've seen it, if it is.

1323 is The Palm Beach Story. Yes.

1326 I don't remember the name, but I've seen it on YouTube. 

1328 is Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Yes.

1329 is Sweet Liberty. Yes

1330 is Rambling Rose. Yes.

So, I've either seen five or six.

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Cheat Sheet:

1321. THE WINNING OF BARBARA WORTH (1926) with Gary Cooper & Ronald Colman.

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1322. MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (1935) with Charles Laughton & Clark Gable.

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1323. THE PALM BEACH STORY (1942) with Claudette Colbert, Rudy Vallee & Joel McCrea.

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1324. CLUNY BROWN (1946) with Jennifer Jones.

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1325. CLASH BY NIGHT (1952) with Barbara Stanwyck & Robert Ryan.

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1326. TURN THE KEY SOFTLY (1953) with Kathleen Harrison, Yvonne Mitchell & Joan Collins.

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1327. CINDERFELLA (1960) with Anna Maria Alberghetti & Jerry Lewis.

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1328. LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR (1977) with Richard Gere & Diane Keaton.

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1329. SWEET LIBERTY (1986) with Alan Alda & Lillian Gish.

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1330. RAMBLING ROSE (1991) with Lukas Haas & Laura Dern.

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Just now, sewhite2000 said:

Oh, I watched Cluny Brown on what was maybe its only TCM airing. I should have been able to identify it from the plumbing-related pic. So, I've seen seven of these, tied for my best since the new lists began.

Did you enjoy it sewhite?

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Just now, chaya bat woof woof said:

I've seen all but 3, Cluny Brown, 1321, and 1326.  Thanks for Looking for Mr. Goodbar (read the book also - great performances and thought Ms. Keaton was as good if not better than in Annie Hall).  First time I saw Richard Gere (unless it was in Days of Heaven) and Tom Berenger.

I have to admit I still haven't seen LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR. It has somehow eluded me!

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Please don't interpret this as me being any expert on the subject, but I think it's "roofies".

I really don't remember a lot about Cluny Brown, honestly, but I don't recall disliking it! I do recall chuckling a bit at how she seemed to be able to solve all plumbing problems by banging the pipes with a wrench a few times. Ah, if only life was that easy.

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Tomorrow is special theme day.

All ten films are directed by Robert Altman.

So if you are an Altman fan it should be easy. If you haven't seen many of his films, then it will be a bit difficult...but it will also be a chance to start getting familiar with his work.

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13 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

1321.

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1322. 

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1324. 

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1325. 

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1326. 

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1327. 

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1328. 

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1329. 

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SEEN ALL BUT 3 HERE

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5 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Tomorrow is special theme day.

All ten films are directed by Robert Altman.

So if you are an Altman fan it should be easy. If you haven't seen many of his films, then it will be a bit difficult...but it will also be a chance to start getting familiar with his work.

TOP, DO YOU HAVE A FAV OF HIS

MINE IS THE THEN BARELY NOTICED 1971 MCCABE & MRS. MILLER

 

he HATED IT WHEN PEOPLE WOULD ASK JUST THJAT THOUGH HIMSELF

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14 minutes ago, spence said:

TOP, DO YOU HAVE A FAV OF HIS

MINE IS THE THEN BARELY NOTICED 1971 MCCABE & MRS. MILLER

he HATED IT WHEN PEOPLE WOULD ASK JUST THJAT THOUGH HIMSELF

I like MCCABE & MRS. MILLER (1971) too. But I think my favorite Altman film is PRET-A-PORTER (1994). Of course it's not his best one, but I just love the cast and Parisian locations.

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1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

Special Theme: Directed by Robert Altman

Have you seen these classic films:

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1332. 

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I may be off my game but 1336 and 1340 are the only ones that I recognize (and I like both films quite well).

The rest I may or may not have seen but as of yet I haven't a clue as the titles of the films.

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