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1561. THE PLAINSMAN (1936) with Gary Cooper & Jean Arthur.

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1562. FANTASIA (1940)

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1563. LADY LUCK (1946) with Frank Morgan, Barbara Hale & Robert Young.

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1564. MR. 880 (1950) with Edmund Gwenn.

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1565. THE STORY OF ESTHER COSTELLO (1957) with Joan Crawford & Heather Sears.

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1566. THE YOUNG DOCTORS (1961) with Fredric March, Dick Clark, Ina Balin & Ben Gazzara.

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1567. SKIDOO (1968) with Carol Channing.

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1568. LUCKY LADY (1975) with Robby Benson, Burt Reynolds, Liza Minnelli & Gene Hackman.

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1569. REVENGE OF THE NERDS (1984) with Anthony Edwards & Robert Carradine.

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1570. THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION (1994) with Tim Robbins & Morgan Freeman.

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I almost guessed Mr. 880. I should be more bold I guess, except I'm embarrassed when I'm too frequently wrong. I saw it on what I think was its only TCM airing. I even said on these message boards I quite liked it and got a lot of feedback that I was very, very wrong to believe there was anything redeeming about the film whatsoever, as I recall.

I was wondering who that looker was between Frank Morgan and Robert Young! She certainly never looked like that on Perry Mason, that I recall!

Anyway, I've seen three.

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10 hours ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

Saw 1570, 1561 (I think) and 1562 (first film I ever saw in a movie theater)

Think I may have a couple of the others.  Pretty sure I haven't 1569 in its entirety.

What a nice memory, with FANTASIA being the first feature film you saw in a theater.

9 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

1562 is Fantasia. Yes.

1569 is Revenge of the Nerds. I've seen bits and pieces back in the days when I had many, many movie channels, but I've never seen the whole thing.

1570 is The Shawshank Redemption. Yes.

Only two I'm sure I've seen. I recognize most of the actors in the other pictures, but I'm just thinking of what movies they are.

REVENGE OF THE NERDS was a huge hit...gotta love the 80s!

8 hours ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Without a doubt 1570 is my absolute number one favorite of the bunch.

1568 was a stinker, at least it was for me, despite the cast in it. I like 1564 and 1566 real well.

1562 was pretty good, though I wouldn't call it great. 1563 and 1569 were okay as well.

The rest I don't think I've seen.

SHAWSHANK has one of the highest scores of any movie on the IMDb.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

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5 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

I almost guessed Mr. 880. I should be more bold I guess, except I'm embarrassed when I'm too frequently wrong. I saw it on what I think was its only TCM airing. I even said on these message boards I quite liked it and got a lot of feedback that I was very, very wrong to believe there was anything redeeming about the film whatsoever, as I recall.

I was wondering who that looker was between Frank Morgan and Robert Young! She certainly never looked like that on Perry Mason, that I recall!

Anyway, I've seen three.

Yes, be bold! :) 

I found the picture of Barbara Hale on a fan page...but I didn't save the link. The fan had posted a lot of gorgeous photos of her, mostly publicity shots from her days at RKO and Columbia.

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1576 is That Darn Cat! Yes.

1577 is F is for Fake. Yes.

1578 is St. Elmo's Fire. No.

1579 is The Rock. No.

1580 is Hanging Up. I saw some of it on a movie channel long ago, but I haven't seen the whole thing.

I have no idea with the older movies. Only two I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

 

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1571. GRANDMA’S BOY (1922) with Harold Lloyd & Anna Townsend.

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1572. NO GREATER GLORY (1934) with Frankie Darro & George P. Breakston.

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1573. THE UNFAITHFUL (1947) with Lew Ayres, Ann Sheridan & Zachary Scott.

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1574. APACHE (1954) with Burt Lancaster & Jean Peters.

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1575. FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA (1964) with Yul Brynner, Suzy Parker, George Chakiris & Richard Widmark.

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1576. THAT DARN CAT! (1965) with Hayley Mills & friend.

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1577. F FOR FAKE (1973) with Orson Welles.

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1578. ST. ELMO’S FIRE (1985) with Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson, Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore, Mare Winningham, Rob Lowe & Andrew McCarthy.

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1579. THE ROCK (1996) with Sean Connery & Nicolas Cage.

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1580. HANGING UP (2000) with Meg Ryan, Diane Keaton & Lisa Kudrow.

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17 hours ago, TopBilled said:

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1571. GRANDMA’S BOY (1922) with Harold Lloyd & Anna Townsend.

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1572. NO GREATER GLORY (1934) with Frankie Darro & George P. Breakston.

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1573. THE UNFAITHFUL (1947) with Lew Ayres, Ann Sheridan & Zachary Scott.

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1574. APACHE (1954) with Burt Lancaster & Jean Peters.

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1575. FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA (1964) with Yul Brynner, Suzy Parker, George Chakiris & Richard Widmark.

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1576. THAT DARN CAT! (1965) with Hayley Mills & friend.

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1577. F FOR FAKE (1973) with Orson Welles.

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1578. ST. ELMO’S FIRE (1985) with Ally Sheedy, Judd Nelson, Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore, Mare Winningham, Rob Lowe & Andrew McCarthy.

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1579. THE ROCK (1996) with Sean Connery & Nicolas Cage.

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1580. HANGING UP (2000) with Meg Ryan, Diane Keaton & Lisa Kudrow.

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1573 and 1576 are the only ones on here that I can truly say I enjoy very much. Haven't seen 1571.

1578 is merely a film I can watch when there's absolutely nothing else on. 1579 was an action-packed waste of time for me, and 1530, despite the fine cast, was a huge disappointment (even more so considering it was Walter Matthau's final film).

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39 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

1581. 

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1582. 

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1583.  

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1584. 

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1586.

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1587.

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1588. 

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1589.

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1590.

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1586,  1588 and 1590 are the only ones I recognize.

1586 I like really well. 1588 is watchable thanks to the teaming of Sidney Poitier and James Garner.

1590 is pretty good, but I can't bring myself to watch it anymore, knowing it's Natalie's last film.

At the risk of reviving some old controversy of her death, I'll just say that she left this Earth too soon. I think she still had many worthy performances within her before her unexpected passing.

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30 minutes ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

1586,  1588 and 1590 are the only ones I recognize.

1586 I like really well. 1588 is watchable thanks to the teaming of Sidney Poitier and James Garner.

1590 is pretty good, but I can't bring myself to watch it anymore, knowing it's Natalie's last film.

At the risk of reviving some old controversy of her death, I'll just say that she left this Earth too soon. I think she still had many worthy performances within her before her unexpected passing.

She probably would have done a primetime soap in the 80s. She would have transitioned over to TV stardom.

I'm of the opinion that Robert Wagner pushed her overboard and lied about it.

I will never post a picture of Natalie & R.J. together. For her post in the Summer Under the Stars thread about this year's honorees, I deliberately chose a photo of Natalie and her British husband John Gregson.

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1582 I can't think of the title, but I'm pretty sure I've seen it.

1586 is The Old Man and the Sea. No.

1587 is Murder at the Gallop. Yes.

1590 is Brainwave. Yes.

I think I've seen at least three.

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1581. THE SIN OF NORA MORAN (1933) with Zita Johann & Paul Cavanagh.

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1582. CONFESSIONS OF A NAZI SPY (1939) with George Sanders.

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1583.  THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS (1946) with Barbara Stanwcyk & Robert Cummings.

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1584. BORDER INCIDENT (1949) with George Murphy.

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1585.  MEET ME AFTER THE SHOW (1951) with Betty Grable.

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1586. THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA (1958) with Spencer Tracy.

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1587. MURDER AT THE GALLOP (1963) with Margaret Rutherford.

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1588. DUEL AT DIABLO (1966) with Sidney Poitier & James Garner.

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1589. IT'S ALIVE (1974) with Sharon Farrell.

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1590. BRAINSTORM (1983) with Natalie Wood.

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9 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Wait, what did I say Brainwave? Sorry, I meant Brainstorm.

I didn't have the heart to correct you. I think Brainwave would have been a better title!

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2 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classics?

 

1591. 

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1592.  

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1593.  

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1594. 

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1595.

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1596. 

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1597. 

 

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1598. 

 

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1599.  

 

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1600. 

 

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Out of all of these 1591, 1596 and 1600 are the top pics of this bunch IMO. 

1599 is watchable only for the chemistry between Jack Lemmon and Walther Matthau (though not one of their better on-screen pairings, I must say).

1598 is no favorite of mine but then I've never been a Bruce Lee fan.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Out of all of these 1591, 1596 and 1600 are the top pics of this bunch IMO. 

Yeah, I really like 1596. TCM never plays it, and they do a lot of Elia Kazan tributes. It's one of Kazan's more interesting ethnic-flavored stories.

The Jimmy Durante movie never airs on TCM, but it used to turn up on the old AMC.

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1591 is The Miracle Woman. No.

1593 Ronald Colman with a beard makes me want to guess The Talk of the Town, though that doesn't quite look like Jean Arthur to me. I've seen it, if it is.

1594 is The Pirate. Yes.

1597 I don't know which Frankie and Annette movie this is. They all run together in my head, except for the first one. But since TCM shows them often, I've probably seen it. I will guess Beach Blanket Bingo.

1598 I've never actually seen a Bruce Lee movie, so I don't know, but I will guess Enter the Dragon, since it's the most famous.

1599 is Buddy Buddy. No.

1600 is Tombstone. No.

I don't know the others.

Maybe I've seen as few as one, but it could be a few more, depending on what they turn out to be.

 

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1591. THE MIRACLE WOMAN (1931) with Barbara Stanwyck & David Manners.

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1592.  THE GREAT ZIEGFELD (1936) with William Powell & Luise Rainer.

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1593.  THE TALK OF THE TOWN (1942) with Jean Arthur & Ronald Colman.

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1594. THE PIRATE (1948) with Gene Kelly & Judy Garland.

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1595. THE MILKMAN (1950) with Jimmy Durante & Donald O'Connor.

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1596. MAN ON A TIGHTROPE (1953) with Gloria Grahame & Fredric March.

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1597. BEACH PARTY (1963) with Annette Funicello & Frankie Avalon.

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1598. ENTER THE DRAGON (1973) with Bruce Lee.

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1599.  BUDDY BUDDY (1981) with Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau.

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1600. TOMBSTONE (1993) with Kurt Russell & Val Kilmer.

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