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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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Once again, I can identify a lot of the actors (well, I think I can - I thought John Cassavetes was Paul Newman the other day, so who knows?), but I'm not placing any of the older movies.

2193 might be The Emperor Waltz. Bing Crosby, pretty scenery. Just a guess. I've seen it if it is.

2195 Looks like Robert Mitchum wandered on to the set of The Sound of Music with evil intent. Those kids better get the hell away from him! 

2197 It must be a version of The Portrait of Dorian Gray, but given its chronological placement, a newer version than the one I've seen with Angela Lansbury and George Sanders.

2198 Well, this is the only one that's obvious! Ghostbusters! Yes.

2199 William Hurt and ... Ellen Burstyn? Mia Farrow? Not a hundred per cent sure who the woman is.

2200 Secrets and Lies. No.

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

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3 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Once again, I can identify a lot of the actors (well, I think I can - I thought John Cassavetes was Paul Newman the other day, so who knows?), but I'm not placing any of the older movies.

2193 might be The Emperor Waltz. Bing Crosby, pretty scenery. Just a guess. I've seen it if it is.

2195 Looks like Robert Mitchum wandered on to the set of The Sound of Music with evil intent. Those kids better get the hell away from him! 

2197 It must be a version of The Portrait of Dorian Gray, but given its chronological placement, a newer version than the one I've seen with Angela Lansbury and George Sanders.

2198 Well, this is the only one that's obvious! Ghostbusters! Yes.

2199 William Hurt and ... Ellen Burstyn? Mia Farrow? Not a hundred per cent sure who the woman is.

2200 Secrets and Lies. No.

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

The woman in 2199 is Mia Farrow. It's one of the last things she made directed by Woody Allen.

SECRETS AND LIES...what a great film.

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2 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Oh, well thanks for the hint! That jarred my memory. It's Alice, which I have seen, so I've seen at least two, I think.

Sure! The Dorian Gray picture is from 1970, it's sort of an early example of "art house" cinema and it has an interesting cast.

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2191. THE LASH (1930) with Mary Astor & Richard Barthelmess.

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2192. A YANK IN THE R.A.F. (1941) with Betty Grable & Tyrone Power.

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2193. THE EMPEROR WALTZ (1948) with Bing Crosby & Joan Fontaine.

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2194. THE HOUSE ON TELEGRAPH HILL (1951) with Richard Basehart & Valentina Cortese.

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2195. THE ANGRY HILLS (1959) with Robert Mitchum.

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2196. THE ROUNDERS (1965) with Henry Fonda & Glenn Ford.

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2197. DORIAN GRAY (1970) with Helmut Berger.

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2198. GHOSTBUSTERS (1984) with Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd & Bill Murray.

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2199. ALICE (1990) with William Hurt & Mia Farrow.

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2200. SECRETS & LIES (1996) with Marianne Jean-Baptiste & Brenda Blethyn.

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1 hour ago, sewhite2000 said:

Okay, it was The Emperor Waltz, so I've seen three.

Yes, you did recognize that one. I wish TCM would play it again. It's my favorite Bing Crosby film.

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Well, your Sunday theme this week is easy enough to guess - sports movies! But I still don't know most of the older ones.

2202 is probably Jim Thorpe, All-American. No.

2206 is Slap Shot. Yes.

2207 is Hoosiers. Yes.

2208 is Cool Runnings. No.

2209 is Any Given Sunday. Yes.

2210 It's Kirsten Dunst, but I don't remember the movie.

I think I've seen three.

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29 minutes ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

2210 is Wimbledon and I've seen it.

Yes. It's a movie I saw in the theater and it was pretty unremarkable. But as far as rom-coms go, I guess it was acceptable.

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2201. THE SET-UP (1949) with Robert Ryan.

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2202. JIM THORPE ALL AMERICAN (1951) with Burt Lancaster.

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2203. THE PRIDE OF ST. LOUIS (1952) with Dan Dailey & Joanne Dru.

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2204. DANGEROUS WHEN WET (1953) with Jack Carson & Esther Williams.

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2205. THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER (1962) with Tom Courtenay.

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2206. SLAP SHOT (1977) with Paul Newman.

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2207. HOOSIERS (1986) with Gene Hackman.

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2208. COOL RUNNINGS (1993) with John Candy.

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2209. ANY GIVEN SUNDAY (1999) with Jamie Foxx, Al Pacino & LL Cool J.

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2210. WIMBLEDON (2004) with Kirsten Dunst.

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2214 is Fort Apache. Yes.

2215 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers? I've seen the first half hour or so, but I've always kind of avoided that one.

2216 is Houseboat. Yes.

2218 is Marooned. Yes.

2219 is Love and Death. Yes.

2220 It must be Cujo! I haven't seen it.

Think I've seen four this time.

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9 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

2214 is Fort Apache. Yes.

2215 Seven Brides for Seven Brothers? I've seen the first half hour or so, but I've always kind of avoided that one.

2216 is Houseboat. Yes.

2218 is Marooned. Yes.

2219 is Love and Death. Yes.

2220 It must be Cujo! I haven't seen it.

Think I've seen four this time.

You did well. :) 

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2211. FOR HEAVEN’S SAKE (1926) with Harold Lloyd.

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2212. GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 (1933) with Ginger Rogers, Joan Blondell & Ruby Keeler.

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2213. GOLD IS WHERE YOU FIND IT (1938) with George Brent & Olivia de Havilland.

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2214. FORT APACHE (1948) with Henry Fonda.

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2215. SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS (1954) with Howard Keel & Jane Powell.

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2216. HOUSEBOAT (1958) with Cary Grant & Sophia Loren.

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2217. A TASTE OF HONEY (1961) with Rita Tushingham & Murray Melvin.

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2218. MAROONED (1969) with James Franciscus, Gene Hackman & Richard Crenna.

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2219. LOVE AND DEATH (1975) with Woody Allen.

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2220. CUJO (1983)

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All the actresses in Gold Diggers of 1933 suddenly seem very obvious to me once you've identified them. I especially couldn't figure out Ruby Keeler for some reason. That's also a movie I've seen, so I've seen five.

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2221 I know there's a Marx Brothers movie where they work as animal doctors, or at least Groucho does. I've seen it, whatever the title is. Is it Animal Crackers?

2222 The Bells of St. Mary's. Yes.

2223 Good News. Yes.

2224 From Here to Eternity. Yes.

2229 Wayne's World. Oh, man, I've seen big chunks over the many years, but I guess I've never sat down and watched the whole thing from beginning to end, so I'll call it a no. A lot of people on here probably hate it, but what I've seen is really funny.

I can't identify the others. Looks like I've seen at least four.

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2221. A DAY AT THE RACES (1937) with Groucho Marx.

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2222. THE BELLS OF ST. MARY’S (1945) with Bing Crosby & Ingrid Bergman.

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2223. GOOD NEWS (1947) with June Allyson & Peter Lawford.

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2224. FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (1953) with Deborah Kerr & Burt Lancaster.

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2225. LISBON (1956) with Maureen O’Hara & Ray Milland.

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2226. THE HOODLUM PRIEST (1961) with Keir Dullea & Don Murray.

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2227. BUCK AND THE PREACHER (1972) with Harry Belafonte & Sidney Poitier.

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2228. THE COOK THE THIEF HIS WIFE & HER LOVER (1989) with Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren & Alan Howard.

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2229. WAYNE’S WORLD (1992) with Mike Myers & Dana Carvey.

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2230. VERA DRAKE (2004) with Imelda Staunton.

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On the previous list, I've also seen The Cook, the Thief, et. al, so I've seen five on that list.

I'm going to take a guess and say 2231 is The Smiling Lieutenant, which I just watched again the other night and noticed there was an unusually long kiss between Miriam Hopkins and Claudette Colbert. Unsure if these are the same actresses.

2233 The still is in black and white, but it looks a little like Geraldine Fitzgerald, so I'm going to take a guess and say it's Leave Her to Heaven, in which she figures prominently into a courtroom scene late in the film.

2238 It's Deliverance. That's yet another one that I've probably seen 80 or 90 per cent of from many random viewings over the decades but that I don't think I've ever actually sat down and watched the entire film from beginning to end. So, I'll call it a no.

2239 is Legal Eagles. No.

2240 is The Brady Bunch Movie. Yes.

Only one I'm sure I've seen.

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2231. ONE HOUR WITH YOU (1932) with Jeanette MacDonald & Genevieve Tobin.

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2232. UP IN MABEL’S ROOM (1944) with Marjorie Reynolds & Dennis O’Keefe.

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2233. DISHONORED LADY (1947) with Hedy Lamarr.

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2234. LORNA DOONE (1951) with Barbara Hale & Richard Greene.

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2235. THE PURPLE PLAIN (1954) with Gregory Peck & Win Min Than.

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2236. SATAN NEVER SLEEPS (1962) with William Holden & France Nuyen.

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2237. SHALAKO (1968) with Sean Connery & Brigitte Bardot.

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2238. DELIVERANCE (1974) with Ronny Cox, Ned Beatty, Burt Reynolds & Jon Voight.

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2239. LEGAL EAGLES (1986) with Daryl Hannah, Debra Winger & Robert Redford.

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2240. THE BRADY BUNCH MOVIE (1995) with Shelley Long & Gary Cole.

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