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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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2 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen What Price Hollywood? and Two-Faced Woman. I really wanted to guess that was what 1432 was, but I hesitated.

So, I've seen five.

TWO-FACED WOMAN is scheduled to air tomorrow morning on TCM.

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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classics:

1441. 

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1442. 

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1443. 

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1444. 

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1445. 

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1446.  

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1447. 

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1448.  

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1449.  

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1450.  

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Seen all except for 1447.

1443, 1444, 1445, 1448 and 1449 are the winners of the bunch for me. Particularly 1445 is poignant since it was the last film for both Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe, and 1449 a much more watchable film for me of the teaming of Tom Hanks and Sally Field than the later Oscar-winning FORREST GUMP.

1450 had potential but it fell flat for me. Plus Bette Midler I'm not too crazy about anyway.

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1442 is Anchors Aweigh. Yes.

1443 is The Big Clock. Yes.

1445 is The Misfits. No.

1448 is The Amityville Horror. No.

1449 is Punchline. No.

1450 is For the Boys. No.

I don't know the others.

Looks like I've only seen two.

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2 hours ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

The first one looks like a version of The Prince and the Pauper (think I've seen that version).  Have to wait for the one that looks like has Liz Taylor.  One looks like Anchors Away.   I think I might have seen almost all of them.

The Liz Taylor film is based on a play by Tennessee Williams. 

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11 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

I don't think I ever saw Boom (I've seen the other T.W. films she was in).

Someone uploaded a nice print of it on YouTube. 

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Cheat Sheet:

1441. THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER (1937) with Errol Flynn & the Mauch twins.

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1442. ANCHORS AWEIGH (1945) with Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson & Gene Kelly.

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1443. THE BIG CLOCK (1948) with Ray Milland & Charles Laughton.

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1444. FEAR STRIKES OUT (1957) with Karl Malden & Anthony Perkins.

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1445. THE MISFITS (1961) with Montgomery Clift, Thelma Ritter, Marilyn Monroe & Clark Gable.

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1446. BOOM! (1968) with Noel Coward & Elizabeth Taylor.

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1447. CHATO’S LAND (1972) with Charles Bronson.

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1448. THE AMITYVILLE HORROR (1979) with James Brolin & Margot Kidder.

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1449. PUNCHLINE (1988) with Sally Field & Tom Hanks.

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1450. FOR THE BOYS (1991) with James Caan & Bette Midler.

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18 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classics:

1451. 

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1453. 

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1454. 

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1456. 

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1458. 

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1453 and 1454 are the only ones I recognize from here. I do recall liking 1454 quite well.

A couple on here look familiar but I can't quite place them.

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I recognize some of the actors in the first three, but I don't know what the movies are.

1454 is The Fallen Idol. I would have gotten that one even if it hadn't already been identified above. But I haven't seen it.

1455 Not really sure who the man is. That might help. I'll have to wait for it to be identified.

1456 All That Heaven Allows? No.

1460 It's already been identified. I wouldn't have been able to guess, and I haven't seen it.

Well, at the moment I'm at zero for movies I've actually seen, which has only happened to me once before (with the Yvonne DeCarlo list). I'm hoping there are at least a couple of seen but just can't identify.

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1451. THE NAVIGATOR (1924) with Buster Keaton & Kathryn McGuire.

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1452. BLOOD MONEY (1933) with George Bancroft & Judith Anderson.

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1453. SERGEANT MADDEN (1939) with Fay Holden & Wallace Beery.

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1454. THE FALLEN IDOL (1948) with Ralph Richardson & Bobby Henrey.

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1455. MISS GRANT TAKES RICHMOND (1949) with Lucille Ball & William Holden.

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1456. MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION (1954) with Rock Hudson & Jane Wyman.

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1457. THE VIEW FROM POMPEY’S HEAD (1955) with Dana Wynter & Richard Egan.

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1458. HELL IS FOR HEROES (1962) with Bobby Darin, Steve McQueen, Nick Adams & Fess Parker.

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1459. THE DETECTIVE (1968) with Frank Sinatra & Lee Remick.

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1460. MANDINGO (1975) with Perry King & Ken Norton.

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I've seen The Detective. I didn't recognize Sinatra with his hands partially covering his face. So, I've only seen one. My all-time low, the Yvonne DeCarlo "specialty" list excluded.

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5 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

I did see BLOOD MONEY, but I guess I didn't realize that was Judith Anderson. She looks so much younger than she did as Mrs. Danvers in REBECCA even though that came out only 7 years later.

The eyes give her away, as well as the mole on her chin.

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen The Detective. I didn't recognize Sinatra with his hands partially covering his face. So, I've only seen one. My all-time low, the Yvonne DeCarlo "specialty" list excluded.

I was going to use a shot of Sinatra "detecting" but he made other detective films around that period, so I went with one that showed him alongside Lee Remick thinking that would make it easier!

Tomorrow's special theme is one that should be a lot of fun:

A-M-N-E-S-I-A

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Films_about_amnesia

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Special Theme: Amnesia

Have you seen these classics:

1461.  

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1462. 

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1463. 

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1464. 

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1465. 

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1466. 

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1467. 

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1468. 

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1469. 

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1470.  

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6 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Special Theme: Amnesia

Have you seen these classics:

1461.  

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1462. 

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1463. 

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1464. 

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1465. 

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1466. 

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1467. 

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1468. 

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1469. 

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1470.  

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Seen all except 1468.

1461, 1462 and 1463 I absolutely adore.  I also like 1464 quite well.

 The rest are viewable if not iconic IMO.

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I like 1462. My favorite is 1465 but that's because I'm a huge John Mills fan. I haven't seen all of 1466, but it is on currently on YouTube and I started watching it yesterday. It's in German, which was Lilli Palmer's native language. She's always fantastic to watch.

I love 1470. I wish Branagh & Thompson had made more films together.

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1462 is I Love You Again. Yes.

1467 is Mr. Buddwing. No.

1469 is Overboard. No.

1470 is Dead Again. Yes.

Only two I can say I've seen for sure. I can't identify any of the others. I don't see Random Harvest, but maybe you've done it before!

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