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1931. WELCOME DANGER (1929) with Harold Lloyd.

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1932. BECKY SHARP (1935) with Miriam Hopkins & Alan Mowbray.

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1933. TALES OF MANHATTAN (1942) with Henry Fonda & Ginger Rogers.

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1934. WELCOME STRANGER (1947) with Barry Fitzgerald & Bing Crosby.

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1935. I’D CLIMB THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN (1951) with William Lundigan & Susan Hayward.

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1936. KISS THEM FOR ME (1957) with Cary Grant & Jayne Mansfield.

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1937. WILL PENNY (1967) with Lee Majors & Charlton Heston.

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1938. THE RAIN PEOPLE (1969) with James Caan & Shirley Knight.

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1939. THE YAKUZA (1974) with Robert Mitchum.

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1940. WEIRD SCIENCE (1985) with Kelly LeBrock.

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32 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen Welcome Stranger. I didn't remember the title. I've also seen Tales from Manhattan. Funny I couldn't those two actors. Always easier once you know who they are! So I have seen two of these.

Incidentally, that was the only time Rogers and Fonda worked together on screen. Their 20 minute segment is very good. I think they should have been put into a full feature length film together. A missed opportunity!

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1942 Looks like a jewel heist in progress, so it might be Raffles, which I've seen, but I'm not sure.

1949 is Biloxi Blues. Yes.

1950 is Quigley Down Under, I think. No.

I can't identify any of the others. Only one I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

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44 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

1942 Looks like a jewel heist in progress, so it might be Raffles, which I've seen, but I'm not sure.

1949 is Biloxi Blues. Yes.

1950 is Quigley Down Under, I think. No.

I can't identify any of the others. Only one I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

Those three are correct.

There was an earlier version of RAFFLES with Ronald Colman. But the photo I posted is from the remake with David Niven.

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1941. BUNKER BEAN (1936) with Owen Davis Jr. & Lucille Ball.

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1942. RAFFLES (1939) with David Niven.

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1943. HOLY MATRIMONY (1943) with Monty Woolley & Gracie Fields.

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1944. SMOKY (1946) with Anne Baxter, Esther Dale & Fred MacMurray.

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1945. HOUSE BY THE RIVER (1950) with Louis Hayward.

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1946. FLOATING WEEDS (1959) with Machiko Kyo.

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1947. LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (1962) with Katharine Hepburn & Dean Stockwell.

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1948. SLAUGHTERHOUSE 5 (1972) with Michael Sacks.

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1949. BILOXI BLUES (1988) with Matthew Broderick & Casey Siemaszko.

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1950. QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER (1990) with Tom Selleck.

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I must admit I haven't seen many Flynn films, not because I dislike him, but the genres with which he's most frequently associated - Westerns and swashbucklers - are typically of little interest to me. So, I'm not sure I can identify any of these! 

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5 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I must admit I haven't seen many Flynn films, not because I dislike him, but the genres with which he's most frequently associated - Westerns and swashbucklers - are typically of little interest to me. So, I'm not sure I can identify any of these! 

Oh wow. Maybe you'd enjoy watching a few of them, even though you say you don't care much for westerns and swashbucklers. 

He's very good in them.

1952 is a war film. And he sort of steps out of his comfort zone to do comedy in 1954 and 1956. I would say 1956 is his least typical movie, since it's a warm and fuzzy holiday family flick.

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1951. ANOTHER DAWN (1937) with Kay Francis & Errol Flynn.

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1952. THE DAWN PATROL (1938) with David Niven & Errol Flynn.

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1953. VIRGINIA CITY (1940) with Guinn Williams, Humphrey Bogart, Alan Hale & Errol Flynn.

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1954. FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK (1941) with Brenda Marshall, Errol Flynn & Allen Jenkins.

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1955. SAN ANTONIO (1945) with Errol Flynn & Alexis Smith.

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1956. NEVER SAY GOODBYE (1946) with Forrest Tucker & Errol Flynn.

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1957. ADVENTURES OF DON JUAN (1948) with Viveca Lindfors & Errol Flynn.

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1958. SILVER RIVER (1948) with Ann Sheridan & Errol Flynn.

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1959. ROCKY MOUNTAIN (1950) with Errol Flynn & Patrice Wymore.

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1960. THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE (1953) with Beatrice Campbell, Errol Flynn & Roger Livesey.

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17 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've actually seen Virginia City, Footsteps in the Dark and Silver River, so I've seen three of these.

Good deal!

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Just a reminder we're about to hit 2000. On Thursday. After that, I will take a bit of a break from this thread. 

Probably on Friday or Saturday I will post a "long list" of all the titles we've covered from 1001 to 2000.

Thanks for your ongoing interest in this fun project.

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1961 Looks like Constance Bennett, but I'm unsure if it's a movie I've seen.

1963 Must be Lifeboat, right? A very rare Hitchcock I haven't seen.

1964 You always list these chronologically, so this couldn't be Two Women. I'm not sure.

1965 Paths of Glory. Ashamed to admit I've never watched it all the way through, though I've read entire plot summaries.

1968 Kramer vs. Kramer. This scene is not in the movie. It might be a promotional still, or maybe it's one of the photos in the apartment. Yes, I've seen it.

1969 Young Guns or Young Guns II. I've seen bits and pieces of the first, not any of the second.

1970 Oh, boy, I don't remember the title. I watched about half an hour of it once back in the days  when I had like 25 or 30 movie channels.

1968 is the only one I'm absolutely sure I've seen in its entirety.

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20 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

1968 Kramer vs. Kramer. This scene is not in the movie. It might be a promotional still, or maybe it's one of the photos in the apartment. Yes, I've seen it.

Yes, I think it probably is a promotional still. Or is from an early scene that was cut.

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1961. SIN TAKES A HOLIDAY (1930) with Kenneth MacKenna & Constance Bennett.

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1962. THE SISTERS (1938) with Anita Louise, Bette Davis & Jane Bryan.

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1963. LIFEBOAT (1944) with Tallulah Bankhead.

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1964. ROME OPEN CITY (1945) with Anna Magnani.

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1965. PATHS OF GLORY (1957) with Kirk Douglas.

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1966. TOO MUCH TOO SOON (1958) with Errol Flynn & Dorothy Malone.

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1967. THE CARPETBAGGERS (1964) with Alan Ladd.

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1968. KRAMER VS. KRAMER (1979) with Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep & Justin Henry.

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1969. YOUNG GUNS (1988) with Emilio Estevez.

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1970. HARRIET THE SPY (1996) with Michelle Trachtenberg & Rosie O’Donnell.

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I've seen Rome Open City. I thought maybe that was Too Much too Soon, but I thought it was maybe too quick to have another Errol Flynn movie! I've seen about the first half hour of it but not the whole thing. I don't recognize the Constance Bennett movie from the imdb plot description, so I probably haven't seen it.

So, I think Rome Open City and Kramer vs. Kramer are the only two I've seen completely.

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23 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen Rome Open City. I thought maybe that was Too Much too Soon, but I thought it was maybe too quick to have another Errol Flynn movie! I've seen about the first half hour of it but not the whole thing. I don't recognize the Constance Bennett movie from the imdb plot description, so I probably haven't seen it.

So, I think Rome Open City and Kramer vs. Kramer are the only two I've seen completely.

The Constance Bennett movie is on YouTube. It's in the public domain and easy to find. It's very-very good.

Errol Flynn is also in THE SISTERS though I did not use a photo with him in it. I guess I have had Errol on the brain lately!

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A number of the earlier ones look familiar, but I'm probably going to have to wait for them to be identified.

1976 is The Americanization of Emily. Yes.

1978 I want to say Cocoon, but I don't remember this scene. It could something else I haven't seen.

1979 is The Grifters. Yes.

And 1980 is obviously The Hunchback of Notre Dame or whatever title they gave this animated version. I haven't seen it.

So, only two I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

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1971. SPRING FEVER (1927) with William Haines & Joan Crawford.

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1972. THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST (1938) with Buddy Ebsen & Jeanette MacDonald.

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1973. BROTHER ORCHID (1940) with Ann Sothern & Edward G. Robinson.

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1974. RAW DEAL (1948) with Claire Trevor.

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1975. ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS (1958) with Maurice Ronet.

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1976. THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY (1964) with Julie Andrews & James Garner.

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1977. THE MCMASTERS (1970) with Jack Palance & Brock Peters.

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1978. BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED (1987) with Jessica Tandy.

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1979. THE GRIFTERS (1990) with Anjelica Huston & Pat Hingle.

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1980. THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1996)

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