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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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Oh wait, that's Eva Marie Saint with Don Murray! That must be A Hatful of Rain, which I've also seen. Looks like I've seen six of these, unless I'm really wrong about some of my guesses. That would be by far my "best" score on any of the new lists of movies.

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2141. HOLIDAY (1938) with Cary Grant & Lew Ayres.

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2142. THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES (1946) with Dana Andrews & Teresa Wright.

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2143. THE JUDGE STEPS OUT (1948) with Ann Sothern, Sharyn Moffett & Alexander Knox.

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2144. THE VIOLENT MEN (1955) with Barbara Stanwyck & Edward G. Robinson.

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2145. A HATFUL OF RAIN (1957) with Eva Marie Saint & Don Murray.

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2146. DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES (1962) with Lee Remick & Jack Lemmon.

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2147. PETULIA (1968) with Julie Christie & George C. Scott.

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2148. CORNBREAD EARL AND ME (1975) with Tierre Turner & Laurence Fishburne.

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2149. THE TERMINATOR (1984) with Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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2150. MR. SATURDAY NIGHT (1992)

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6 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Holy cow, Laurence Fishburne! I've read how he went off to the Philippines to be in Apocalypse Now when he was like 16, but I didn't know he'd been in any movies before that.

He also had a featured role on the New York-based soap opera One Life to Live in the mid-1970s, when he was a child actor. He started young in the business.

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Busy day for me. I saw the new list this morning but had no time to take guesses. Gonna try to get my guesses in before Dark Victory starts!

2151 sure looks like The Grapes of Wrath, though I certainly don't remember a love interest for Henry Fonda. Maybe that's Tom Joad's sister. Anyway, I've seen it if it is.

2152 One of the Esther Williams movies? I've seen some of them.

2153 The Glass Key? Or another Alan Ladd/Veronica Lake noir? I've seen it if it is.

2156 Sweet Charity or Woman Times Seven or What a Way to Go! I've seen the first one and the third one.

2157 The Umbrellas of Cherbourg? I haven't seen it.

2158 Flashdance. Yes.

2159 Crimes and Misdemeanors. Yes.

2160 The Last of the Mohicans. No.

Only two I'm absolutely sure I've seen, but I feel pretty strong about at least some of my guesses.

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2151. YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE (1937) with Sylvia Sidney & Henry Fonda.

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2152. BATHING BEAUTY (1944) with Esther Williams.

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2153. SAIGON (1948) with Alan Ladd & Veronica Lake.

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2154. HOBSON’S CHOICE (1954) with Charles Laughton, Brenda de Banzie & John Mills.

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2155. QUANTEZ (1957) with Fred MacMurray & Dorothy Malone.

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2156. WHAT A WAY TO GO! (1964) with Shirley MacLaine.

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2157. MYRA BRECKINRIDGE (1970) with Mae West & Raquel Welch.

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2158. FLASHDANCE (1983) with Jennifer Beals & Michael Nouri.

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2159. CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS (1989) with Anjelica Huston & Martin Landau.

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2160. THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS (1992) with Daniel Day-Lewis.

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2162 is The Bicycle Thief. No.

2163 is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Yes.

2164 I'm racking my brain. I can't believe Sidney Poitier and and Paul Newman were in a movie together, and I have no idea what it was..

2167 is 10. Yes.

2170 I remember the trailers for this movie, but I don't remember if I saw it. I've always liked Treat Williams.

There are only two I'm sure I've seen.

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2161. THE MYSTERY OF MARIE ROGET (1942) with Maria Ouspenskaya, Maria Montez and Patric Knowles.

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2162. BICYCLE THIEVES (1948) with Lamberto Maggiorani & Enzo Staiola.

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2163. 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (1954) with James Mason, Peter Lorre & Kirk Douglas.

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2164. EDGE OF THE CITY (1957) with Sidney Poitier & John Cassavetes.

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2165. THE SCALPHUNTERS (1968) with Ossie Davis, Telly Savalas & Burt Lancaster.

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2166. DEEP THROAT (1972) with Linda Lovelace.

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2167. 10 (1979) with Bo Derek, Dudley Moore & Julie Andrews.

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2168. THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (1987) with Timothy Dalton.

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2169. THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT (1994)

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2170. THE DEEP END OF THE OCEAN (1999) with Michelle Pfeiffer & Treat Williams.

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Oops, I mistook John Cassavetes for Paul Newman! Probably flattering for him. Well, I've seen Edge of the City, even though I couldn't identify it from that still. Now that I think about it, I think Newman and Poitier were in a movie together. Something about Americans living in Paris (not An American in Paris), but I haven't seen that movie.

I guess Deep Throat is a classic of its genre, but I'm surprised to see its inclusion!

I feel very strongly that I saw The Deep End of the Ocean, but reading the plot description on imdb sparks nothing in my memory banks. It may be that I just saw the trailer multiple times while going to see other movies. Sometimes they get so imbedded in my head that many years later I think maybe I actually saw the movie. Since I'm not sure, I won't count it. 

Okay, I've seen three.

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9 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

Oops, I mistook John Cassavetes for Paul Newman! Probably flattering for him. Well, I've seen Edge of the City, even though I couldn't identify it from that still. Now that I think about it, I think Newman and Poitier were in a movie together. Something about Americans living in Paris (not An American in Paris), but I haven't seen that movie.

I guess Deep Throat is a classic of its genre, but I'm surprised to see its inclusion!

I feel very strongly that I saw The Deep End of the Ocean, but reading the plot description on imdb sparks nothing in my memory banks. It may be that I just saw the trailer multiple times while going to see other movies. Sometimes they get so imbedded in my head that many years later I think maybe I actually saw the movie. Since I'm not sure, I won't count it. 

Okay, I've seen three.

Sometimes the trailers give away the whole movie. 

The Newman-Poitier flick was called PARIS BLUES (1961) and TCM airs it occasionally.

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The more that I think about it, I think I did see The Deep End of the Ocean. I am vaguely remembering some individual moments. So, I'm going to say I saw I saw four in the previous list. Who's going to dispute me?

On the current list, I recognize a number of the actors, but I'm failing to identify any of the older movies.

2176 is Le Mans. Yes.

2178 I almost said Dangerous Liaisons, but it's Mary Reilly. I started it years ago when I had a like a hundred movie channels, but I don't think I finished it.

2179 Looks like Catherine Zeta Jones, but I'm not thinking of the movie.

2180 is Crash, a Best Picture winner that made a lot people angry when it won (it was up against Brokeback Mountain, I think?). But I saw it, and I liked it.

Only two I'm sure I've seen.

 

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

The more that I think about it, I think I did see The Deep End of the Ocean. I am vaguely remembering some individual moments. So, I'm going to say I saw I saw four in the previous list. Who's going to dispute me?

On the current list, I recognize a number of the actors, but I'm failing to identify any of the older movies.

2176 is Le Mans. Yes.

2178 I almost said Dangerous Liaisons, but it's Mary Reilly. I started it years ago when I had a like a hundred movie channels, but I don't think I finished it.

2179 Looks like Catherine Zeta Jones, but I'm not thinking of the movie.

2180 is Crash, a Best Picture winner that made a lot people angry when it won (it was up against Brokeback Mountain, I think?). But I saw it, and I liked it.

Only two I'm sure I've seen.

Yeah, I like CRASH too. I'm a fan of ensemble movies, all star think-pieces.

I've never seen MARY REILLY.

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2171. BLOCKADE (1938) with Henry Fonda & Madeleine Carroll.

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2172. DAISY KENYON (1947) with Joan Crawford & Dana Andrews.

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2173. OKLAHOMA! (1955) with Gordon MacRae & Shirley Jones.

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2174. FIVE GOLDEN HOURS (1961) with George Sanders & Ernie Kovacs.

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2175. ACCIDENT (1967) with Dirk Bogarde & Michael York.

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2176. LE MANS (1971) with Steve McQueen.

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2177. HEARTBREAK RIDGE (1986) with Tom Villard & Clint Eastwood.

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2178. MARY REILLY (1996) with Julia Roberts & John Malkovich.

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2179. TRAFFIC (2000) with Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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2180. CRASH (2004) with Matt Dillon & Thandie Newton.

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I am once again struggling with the older movies.

2187 is That Touch of Mink. I've seen bits and pieces but not the whole thing.

2190 is Youngblood. No.

It's possible I haven't seen any of these. I will have to wait for them to be identified.

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2181. THE TRESPASSER (1929) with Gloria Swanson & Kay Hammond.

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2182. IF I WERE KING (1938) with Ronald Colman & Frances Dee.

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2183. THE SKY’S THE LIMIT (1943) with Fred Astaire & Joan Leslie.

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2184. THE DARK CORNER (1946) with Lucille Ball & Mark Stevens.

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2185. THE GREAT CARUSO (1951) with Mario Lanza & Ann Blyth.

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2186. THE INDIAN FIGHTER (1955) with Kirk Douglas & Eduard Franz.

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2187. THAT TOUCH OF MINK (1962) with Cary Grant & Doris Day.

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2188. YOUNGBLOOD HAWKE (1964) with Suzanne Pleshette & James Franciscus.

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2189. LADY ICE (1973) with Jennifer O’Neill & Donald Sutherland.

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2190. YOUNGBLOOD (1986) with Rob Lowe.

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45 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen parts of The Dark Corner. I never heard of most of the others. Looks like there were zero that I've watched from beginning to end.

I noticed a copy of THE DARK CORNER was on YouTube a few days ago.

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