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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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1 hour ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

These movies are moving too fast for me.  

Not sure what you meant by 'fast.' We're just doing one group of 10 films per day, which is what we did before.

I will still be doing the Special Themes on Sunday.

This Sunday's theme is Ernest Hemingway. So all ten films will be based on Hemingway stories.

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2041. RINGS ON HER FINGERS (1942) with Henry Fonda & Gene Tierney.

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2042. HOLIDAY IN MEXICO (1946) with Roddy McDowall & Jane Powell.

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2043. THE SOUND BARRIER (1952) with Ann Todd & Nigel Patrick.

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2044. THE 400 BLOWS (1959) with Jean-Pierre Leaud.

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2045. THE BRIDGE AT REMAGEN (1969) with Ben Gazzara & George Segal.

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2046. W.C. FIELDS AND ME (1976) with Rod Steiger.

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2047. JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH (1986) with Jim Belushi & Whoopi Goldberg.

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2048. PASSION FISH (1992) with Mary McDonnell & Alfre Woodard.

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2049. UNITED 93 (2006) with Becky London & Tom O’Rourke.

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2050. THE REVENANT (2015) with Leonardo Di Caprio.

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Oops, well it's a woman and not Spencer Tracy at all! Probably not many people ever made THAT mistake! And so they probably are cuddling.

I got the title wrong. United 93. But I knew what movie I was talking about.

I haven't seen Jumpin' Jack Flash, but I remember Aretha Franklin did a killer cover of the Rolling Stones song for the soundtrack.

Wrong about William Holden, right about Ben Gazarra.

And yes, that is Rod Steiger playing WC Fields. Who knew?

Okay, that didn't change how many of these movies I've seen. Just one.

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12 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Oops, well it's a woman and not Spencer Tracy at all! Probably not many people ever made THAT mistake! And so they probably are cuddling.

I got the title wrong. United 93. But I knew what movie I was talking about.

I haven't seen Jumpin' Jack Flash, but I remember Aretha Franklin did a killer cover of the Rolling Stones song for the soundtrack.

Wrong about William Holden, right about Ben Gazarra.

And yes, that is Rod Steiger playing WC Fields. Who knew?

Okay, that didn't change how many of these movies I've seen. Just one.

Yeah, you did well with your guesses...you definitely recognized Ben Gazzara. 

THE SOUND BARRIER (1952) is a very good British aviation flick. Highly recommend it.

I haven't seen the W.C. Fields biopic but it looks interesting. Not sure if TCM's ever aired it. It's a Universal film. It has a most intriguing cast of performers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._C._Fields_and_Me

I remember reading somewhere that Penny Marshall was supposed to direct PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED (1985) but the studio took her off the project and gave it to Francis Ford Coppola. So she ended up doing JUMPIN' JACK FLASH, which became her directorial debut.

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2051 Black Legion? I've seen it.

2053 is Nipkow's second favorite movie (after Hot Spell). Kiss of Death! I've seen big chunks of it, but I've never watched the whole thing from beginning to end.

2054 3:10 to Yuma. Yes.

2056 A really odd episode of All in the Family with special guest star Tony Curtis! No, I have no idea.

2057 I probably can't type out the final word of the title without being censored, so let's call it The Owl and the Kitty-Cat. I haven't seen it.

2058 Protocol. No.

2059 Oh, it's the one where Meg Ryan plays an alcoholic. I can't think of the name of it. I haven't seen it.

2060 The 3:10 to Yuma remake. No.

Well, I've seen either one or two of these all the way through, it looks like.

 

 

 

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Yes, that could be George C. Scott in the middle. Okay, well, I've seen Not with My Wife, You Don't. I think it was during a Scott SUTS day. I also remember watching The Yellow Rolls-Royce. I forgot Carol O'Connor was in it. So, possibly I've seen three.

Yes, When a Man Loves a Woman. Couldn't think of the title. I think I read somewhere it originally had a different title, but the studio secured the use of the Percy Sledge song. That was around the same time as Stand by Me. If you could get the rights to an old classic for the soundtrack, then you'd just the name the whole movie after the song. That was briefly a thing.

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2051. BLACK LEGION (1937) with Humphrey Bogart.

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2052. TAMPICO (1944) with Lynn Bari & Edward G. Robinson.

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2053. KISS OF DEATH (1947) with Richard Widmark.

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2054. 3:10 TO YUMA (1957) with Van Heflin & Glenn Ford.

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2055. OPERATION AMSTERDAM (1959) with Eva Bartok & Peter Finch.

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2056. NOT WITH MY WIFE YOU DON’T! (1966) with Tony Curtis, George C. Scott & Carroll O’Connor.

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2057. THE OWL AND THE PUSSYCAT (1970) with George Segal & Barbra Streisand.

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2058. PROTOCOL (1984) with Goldie Hawn.

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2059. WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN (1994) with Andy Garcia & Meg Ryan.

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2060. 3:10 TO YUMA (2007) with Christian Bale & Russell Crowe.

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55 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Same ones I've seen!

Yeah, I can't help but notice what looks like two John Garfield movies in a row, but I can't identify them. I wonder if they're among the movies TCM will be showing during his SOTM run in February?

They will be showing 2064 in February since it's a WB film. But not 2065, which was made by 20th Century Fox. However, 2065 is on DVD. The leading lady is my favorite French actress, Micheline Presle who did a few Hollywood films during her long career. Miss Presle is still with us as I write this. She is 98.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Micheline_Presle

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2061. A FAREWELL TO ARMS (1932) with Helen Hayes & Gary Cooper.

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2062. TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944) with Walter Brennan, Lauren Bacall & Humphrey Bogart.

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2063. THE MACOMBER AFFAIR (1947) with Robert Preston & Joan Bennett.

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2064. THE BREAKING POINT (1950) with John Garfield & Patricia Neal.

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2065. UNDER MY SKIN (1950) with John Garfield, Orly Lindgren & Micheline Presle.

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2066. THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO (1952) with Ava Gardner & Gregory Peck.

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2067. THE SUN ALSO RISES (1957) with Errol Flynn & Ava Gardner.

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2068. A FAREWELL TO ARMS (1957) with Rock Hudson & Jennifer Jones.

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2069. HEMINGWAY’S ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG MAN (1962) with Paul Newman.

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2070. ISLANDS IN THE STREAM (1977) with George C. Scott & Claire Bloom.

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2071 is Love Letters. Yes.

2074 is probably Man of a Thousand Faces. I've only seen parts of it.

2077 Same Time Next Year? I saw part of it on HBO as a kid I think. But this may be something else.

2078 Another guess: First Monday in October? I haven't seen it.

2080 is True Lies. Another one I've only seen parts of.

Only one I'm absolutely sure I've seen all of.

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2071. LOVE LETTERS (1945) with Jennifer Jones & Joseph Cotten.

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2072. MY REPUTATION (1946) with Barbara Stanwyck.

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2073. SCANDAL SHEET (1952) with John Derek & Donna Reed.

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2074. MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES (1957) with James Cagney.

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2075. REPULSION (1965) with Catherine Deneuve.

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2076. A MAN CALLED HORSE (1970) with Richard Harris.

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2077. SAME TIME NEXT YEAR (1978) with Alan Alda & Ellen Burstyn.

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2078. FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER (1981) with Jill Clayburgh & Walter Matthau.

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2079. JESUS OF MONTREAL (1989) with Lothaire Bluteau.

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2080. TRUE LIES (1994) with Jamie Lee Curtis & Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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45 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

2071. LOVE LETTERS (1945) with Jennifer Jones & Joseph Cotten.

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 I have loved the theme song to this movie for decades. But I only saw it several years ago on TCM.

 I'm sorry to say it was too depressing and negative for me to enjoy despite the realistic performances of the two leads.

 

2072. MY REPUTATION (1946) with Barbara Stanwyck.

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I saw this fine Barbara Stanwyck classic a few years ago when it came out on DVD. It is worth the time and the trouble.

Plus all the people who love Eve Arden and George Brent won't be disappointed either.

 

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2074. MAN OF A THOUSAND FACES (1957) with James Cagney.

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 Now this one is special. It's one of my childhood movies, which didn't come from the 30s or 40s--

but was about a silent movie star, played by a 30s movie star, featuring a legendary Studio head from the 1930s and co-starring an Academy award-winning actress from the 1950s.

In other words, it's a movie about Hollywood made by people who still remember the good old days.

 

 *Thanks TB for Reviving this--

I know it's a lot of work, but we do appreciate it.🤗

 

 

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