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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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1821 Looks like very early Joan Crawford, maybe a silent, but I don't know which one it is.

1822 I've seen a lot of the Andy Hardy movies, but they all run together in my head. I will guess Love Finds Andy Hardy, since I think that's Judy Garland in the middle. I've seen it, if that's what this is.

1823 is The Big Street. Yes.

1826 Obviously Paul Newman, and the other felllow looks like Lee J. Cobb, but I don't know what movie this is.

1827 It looks like Barbra Streisand and Michael Caine. I didn't know they ever did a movie together.

1829 The Onion Field? I haven't seen it.

1830 Wildcats. I've seen parts of it from the days when I had many movie channels, but not the whole thing.

So, once again, just one I'm absolutely sure I've seen, but there may be a few more.

 

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1821. RAIN (1932) with Walter Huston & Joan Crawford.

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1822. LOVE FINDS ANDY HARDY (1938) with Ann Rutherford, Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland & Lana Turner.

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1823. THE BIG STREET (1942) with Lucille Ball & Henry Fonda.

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1824. THE INTERRUPTED JOURNEY (1949) with Richard Todd & Valerie Hobson.

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1825. THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE (1956) with Broderick Crawford & Glenn Ford.

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1826. EXODUS (1960) with Paul Newman & Lee J. Cobb.

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1827. THE ITALIAN JOB (1969) with Michael Caine.

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1828. BARRY LYNDON (1975) with Ryan O’Neal.

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1829. THE ONION FIELD (1979) with Franklyn Seales & James Woods.

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1830. WILDCATS (1986) with Goldie Hawn.

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9 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

1821 Looks like very early Joan Crawford, maybe a silent, but I don't know which one it is.

I had to quote something, because I was being denied access to the reply box otherwise. I was getting the pointy glove hand for all of eternity but never a cursor to begin typing text no matter how many hundreds of billions of times I refreshed the page or closed the website and reopened it. I don't know what was going on. My dumb, insanely slow, historically dysfunctional computer, I think, and not the website. So, I just made a small quote from myself, because I don't think I would ever get to reply without doing that.

So ...

I've seen Rain, but for the life of me, I couldn't identify Walter Huston in that pic.

I was correct about Love Finds Andy Hardy.

Oh, of course, Exodus. I've seen the first half of it maybe five times, but I always fall asleep or give up on it. I forgot about Cobb being in it. I can't count it as one I've seen.

Well, not Streisand, unless she was making some kind of cameo. I've seen The Italian Job, but the Streisand lookalike so diverted my attention, I couldn't identify it.

I've seen Barry Lyndon. That's very obviously Ryan O'Neal now that he's been identified for me, but I couldn't make it out before.

So, looks like I've seen five instead of just one, which makes me feel a little more learned.

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I can't identify any of the older movies, which is often the case.

1838 is White Nights. Never saw it.

1839 is The Nightmare Before Christmas. Yes.

1840 is probably Meet the Parents, although there were a couple of sequels. I've seen at least two of them.

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1831. CRAIG’S WIFE (1936) with Jane Darwell, John Boles & Rosalind Russell.

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1832. SHADOW OF A DOUBT (1943) with Joseph Cotten, Teresa Wright & Patricia Collinge.

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1833. DEEP WATERS (1948) with Dana Andrews, Jean Peters & Cesar Romero.

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1834. THE DEEP BLUE SEA (1955) with Kenneth More & Vivien Leigh.

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1835. BULLWHIP (1958) with Rhonda Fleming & Guy Madison.

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1836. WALK ON THE WILD SIDE (1962) with Capucine, Barbara Stanwyck & Laurence Harvey.

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1837. COTTON COMES TO HARLEM (1970) with Godfrey Cambridge & Raymond St. Jacques.

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1838. WHITE NIGHTS (1985) with Mikhail Barishnykov & Gregory Hines.

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1839. THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (1993)

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1840. MEET THE PARENTS (2000) with Robert De Niro & Ben Stiller.

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1841. THE LOVE PARADE (1929) with Jeanette MacDonald & Maurice Chevalier.

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1842. THEY GAVE HIM A GUN (1937) with Franchot Tone & Gladys George.

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1843. THE CONSTANT NYMPH (1943) with Peter Lorre & Joan Fontaine.

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1844. THE KID FROM BROOKLYN (1946) with Danny Kaye and friend.

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1845. THE KING AND FOUR QUEENS (1956) with Clark Gable & Eleanor Parker.

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1846. I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE (1958) with Tom Tryon & Gloria Talbott.

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1847. UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE (1967) with Sandy Dennis.

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1848. EMPEROR OF THE NORTH (1973) with Lee Marvin.

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1849. AMERICAN GIGOLO (1980) with Richard Gere.

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1850. MRS. BROWN (1997) with Billy Connolly & Judi Dench

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3 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

Did anyone ever see the TV version of Tryon's Harvest Home (scary Bette Davis)?

It's on YouTube, not a very clear copy of it. I tried watching but was interrupted. Any good?

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1 minute ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

It was pretty good with a good cast.  First time I saw Rosanna Arquette.  I also read the book.  It was a miniseries and just the sort of thing to scare you and give you nightmares around Halloween.

Guess it being a miniseries explains the long running time. I heard that Bette Davis had read the book and campaigned hard to be cast in that particular role. Years later her estranged, evangelist daughter would point to these types of roles and allege that her mother was into witchcraft.

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I was out today and I didn't see your post earlier. I've seen all of these. I adore The Love Parade. You'd never believe it was made in 1929, the first full year of talking film. Everybody gets acting with sound and the direction is crisp. I love the beginning where they try to explain Chevalier's accent.  I almost didn't see American Gigolo, at least in the theater. The commercials made it sound like some boorish soap opera. It was actually a very good film whose ad campaign almost kept me away. As for 1846 - for years I just though Tom Tryon was the son of Glenn Tryon. I onlly recently found out otherwise. 

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SPOILERS IF YOU WANT TO GUESS YOURSELF

 

1851. Hands Across The Table (1935)
1852. A Bell For Adano (1945)
1853. Summer Stock (1950)
1854. Sweet Bird of Youth (1962)
1855. Young Cassidy (1965)
1856 Hair (1979)
1857 Torch Song Trilogy (1988)
1858. Awakenings (1990)
1859 Down in The Delta (1998)
1860???

I have seen the 9 I identified. 

1860 - I recognize Tommy Lee Jones but not the other actor. I have no idea.

1857-1859 -> All are absolutely charming. It is hard to find Down in the Delta. 

1856 - This one would have had more impact if it had come out in 1970. It's like Rent (2005). The AIDS crisis was at a  different point by 2005. It would have had more impact if it had come out in the 1990s. 

1853  - It's hard to see what MGM has done to Judy Garland in five short years. She was just beautiful in Meet Me in St. Louis. In this film she looks tired and worn down. I do like the film though. 

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