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Just now, LsDoorMat said:

I have not seen "The Frogmen", so I would have probably missed that one.

It airs on FXM Retro sometimes and if you're a fan of hunky Jeffrey Hunter, you will certainly want to watch it. Dana Andrews and Richard Widmark play the leads. There is some good underwater diving/stunt work.

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14 minutes ago, LsDoorMat said:

Only Best Picture Oscar ever won by RKO.

I believe The Best Years of Our Lives was distributed through RKO.

I've arrived to the party too late to do much guessing, but I would have been able to identify both Cimarrons and, simply because of the "symbolic" still, Four Jills and a Jeep. Also the last two.

I've seen CimarronWar and Peace, (the other) Cimarron and Fast Times at Ridgmont High, so I've seen four.

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1651. THE SINGING FOOL (1928) with Al Jolson & Josephine Dunn.

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1652. CIMARRON (1931) with Irene Dunne & Richard Dix.

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1653. FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP (1944) with Kay Frances, Mitzi Mayfair, Phil Silvers, Carole Landis & Martha Raye.

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1654. BORN TO KILL (1947) with Claire Trevor, Elisha Cook & Lawrence Tierney.

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1655. SUBMARINE COMMAND (1951) with William Bendix, William Holden & Don Taylor.

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1656. WAR AND PEACE (1956) with Mel Ferrer, Anita Ekberg & Henry Fonda.

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1657. CIMARRON (1960) with Maria Schell & Glenn Ford.

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1658. DARLING LILI (1970) with Rock Hudson & Julie Andrews.

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1659. FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982) with Anthony Edwards, Sean Penn & Eric Stoltz.

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1660. JUMANJI (1995) with Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst & Bradley Pierce.

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2 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

1651. THE SINGING FOOL (1928) with Al Jolson & Josephine Dunn.

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1652. CIMARRON (1931) with Irene Dunne & Richard Dix.

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1653. FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP (1944) with Kay Frances, Mitzi Mayfair, Phil Silvers, Carole Landis & Martha Raye.

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1654. BORN TO KILL (1947) with Claire Trevor, Elisha Cook & Lawrence Tierney.

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1655. SUBMARINE COMMAND (1951) with William Bendix, William Holden & Don Taylor.

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1656. WAR AND PEACE (1956) with Mel Ferrer, Anita Ekberg & Henry Fonda.

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1657. CIMARRON (1960) with Maria Schell & Glenn Ford.

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1658. DARLING LILI (1970) with Rock Hudson & Julie Andrews.

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1659. FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982) with Anthony Edwards, Sean Penn & Eric Stoltz.

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1660. JUMANJI (1995) with Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst & Bradley Pierce.

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Darling Lili is actually my favorite film of 1970. it's criminally underappeciated.

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5 minutes ago, CinemaInternational said:

Darling Lili is actually my favorite film of 1970. it's criminally underappeciated.

I love it too. I consider it one of Julie Andrews' most underrated performances. She's very captivating in it and Hudson comes off quite well in his role.

But I think I like her next film, THE TAMARIND SEED (1974), even more. After that she took another break until 1979's 10. Despite her limited output during this particular decade, she made three very memorable films in the 1970s.

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20 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

Saw at least three.  Recently saw 1670.

Been awhile since I've seen 1670. Arnold's formula in those days was after two or three action films, he would do a high concept comedy. And some of them were quite entertaining.

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SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU WANT TO GUESS YOURSELF.

 

 

 

1661 - Movie Crazy

1662-  Garden of Allah

1663 - Wagons Roll at Night

1664 - Johnny Come Lately

1665 - David and Bathsheba

1666 - The Sea Shall Not Have Them (really uncertain about this one)

1667 - Paris When It Sizzles

1668 -  Joe Kidd

1669 - Blade Runner

1670 - Kindergarten Cop

If I am correct, then I have seen all but 1666 - I've seen part of it - and 1667.  Again, I've seen part of it. 

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Before scrolling down to see the above post, I was able to correctly guess The Wagons Roll at NightParis When It SizzlesBlade Runner and Kindergarten Cop. I had no idea about the others.

I've only seen Paris When It Sizzles and Blade Runner! So, two.

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1661. MOVIE CRAZY (1932) with Harold Lloyd and some bunny special.

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1662.  THE GARDEN OF ALLAH (1936) with Charles Boyer & Marlene Dietrich.

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1663. THE WAGONS ROLL AT NIGHT (1941) with Sylvia Sidney & Humphrey Bogart.

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1664. JOHNNY COME LATELY (1943) with Marjorie Main & James Cagney.

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1665.  DAVID AND BATHSHEBA (1951) with Gregory Peck & Susan Hayward.

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1666.  THE SEA SHALL NOT HAVE THEM (1954) with Dirk Bogarde.

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1667.  PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES (1964) with Audrey Hepburn & William Holden.

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1668. JOE KIDD (1972) with Stella Garcia.

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1669. BLADE RUNNER (1982) with Harrison Ford.

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1670. KINDERGARTEN COP (1990) with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Special Theme: Duke in the 60s

Have you seen these classic films:

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Well, given the narrow range of subject matter, I could very easily look these up, but I will resist the temptation and see if I can identify any by sight.

1672 is The Alamo. Yes.

1673 is The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence. Yes.

1674 is Hatari. I've seen part of it, but not the whole thing.

1679 is Hellfighters. Yes.

Well, looks like I've seen three, which is more than I ever would have guessed, given the subject matter. Certainly not a subject matter I've gone out of my way to pursue. I recognize almost all of The Duke's co-stars in the other pics, but I don't think I've seen any of the others and have no idea what the titles are. You must have thought True Grit would be too easy!

 

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9 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Well, given the narrow range of subject matter, I could very easily look these up, but I will resist the temptation and see if I can identify any by sight.

1672 is The Alamo. Yes.

1673 is The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence. Yes.

1674 is Hatari. I've seen part of it, but not the whole thing.

1679 is Hellfighters. Yes.

Well, looks like I've seen three, which is more than I ever would have guessed, given the subject matter. Certainly not a subject matter I've gone out of my way to pursue. I recognize almost all of The Duke's co-stars in the other pics, but I don't think I've seen any of the others and have no idea what the titles are. You must have thought True Grit would be too easy!

I didn't include TRUE GRIT because we'd already covered it before. It's #236.

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SPOILER WARNINGS IF YOU WANT TO GUESS YOURSELF

 

1671. The Comancheros

1672. The Alamo

1673.  The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

1674.  Hatari

1675.  Circus World

1676. Sons of Katie Elder

1677. El Dorado

1678. The War Wagon

1679.  Hellfighters

1680.  The Undefeated

If I am right about these, then I have seen all of them. 

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2 hours ago, LsDoorMat said:

If I am right about these, then I have seen all of them. 

Yes, you had them all correct. Good job!

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1671. THE COMANCHEROS (1960) with John Wayne, Ina Balin & Stuart Whitman.

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1672. THE ALAMO (1960) with John Wayne & Aissa Wayne.

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1673. THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (1962) with Lee Marvin & John Wayne.

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1674. HATARI! (1962) with John Wayne and friends.

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1675. CIRCUS WORLD (1964) with Rita Hayworth & John Wayne.

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1676. THE SONS OF KATIE ELDER (1965) with John Wayne, Dean Martin, Earl Holliman & Michael Anderson Jr.

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1677. EL DORADO (1966) with Robert Mitchum & John Wayne.

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1678. THE WAR WAGON (1967) with John Wayne & Kirk Douglas.

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1679. HELLFIGHTERS (1968) with John Wayne, Katharine Ross & Jim Hutton.

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1680. THE UNDEFEATED (1969) with Rock Hudson & John Wayne.

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36 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

Yes, you had them all correct. Good job!

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Circus World was a good pick for 60's John Wayne, because it is so hard to find. It is on youtube but I don't think there's a credible source for physical media for this film. I know I don't have it in my collection on DVD or Blu. 

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