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Have you seen these 10 classic films..?


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3 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

Incorrect on all my actress guesses!

Indeed, I've only seen one all the way through.

But your guesses were still educated guesses.

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I can't identify the older ones.

2246 is The Nutty Professor. Yes.

2249 is The Pelican Brief. No.

2250 is ****. No.

I think I've only seen one.

Edit" I don't know what about the man's last name autocensor finds offensive. Let's call it Jackson.

Second Edit: Ohhh ... I guess it might be determined to be offensive to residents and descendants of a certain European nation, though I would spell it slightly differently, if I was the sort to use racial slurs.

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7 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

I can't identify the older ones.

2246 is The Nutty Professor. Yes.

2249 is The Pelican Brief. No.

2250 is ****. No.

I think I've only seen one.

Edit" I don't know what about the man's last name autocensor finds offensive. Let's call it Jackson.

Second Edit: Ohhh ... I guess it might be determined to be offensive to residents and descendants of a certain European nation, though I would spell it slightly differently, if I was the sort to use racial slurs.

Yes our friend Auto Censor is having trouble with that spelling. 

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I have seen at least half (not sure of Kirk Douglas and Jayne Wyman?)  Is it Glass Menagerie?  I think I saw

Saw Pelican Brief and Nutty Professor (before I didn't care for Jerry Lewis for personal reasons)

I think there is the Ronald C. and Stewart G. versions of Prisoner of Zenda

2248 may be Taps, which I saw years ago

Would like to see Pollack (sp?)

Saw Taps

One may be The Importance of Being Ernest (saw two versions) and one looks like Gary Cooper (and actress seems very familiar)

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2241. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1937) with C. Aubrey Smith, Ronald Colman & David Niven.

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2242. DEADLINE AT DAWN (1946) with Bill Williams, Susan Hayward & Paul Lukas.

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2243. AN IDEAL HUSBAND (1947) with Michael Wilding & Paulette Goddard.

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2244. THE GLASS MENAGERIE (1950) with Kirk Douglas & Jane Wyman.

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2245. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1952) with Deborah Kerr & Stewart Granger.

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2246. THE NUTTY PROFESSOR (1963) with Jerry Lewis & Stella Stevens.

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2247. RIO LOBO (1970) with John Wayne.

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2248. TAPS (1981) with George C. Scott & Timothy Hutton.

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2249. THE PELICAN BRIEF (1993) with Denzel Washington & Julia Roberts.

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2250. POL-LOCK (2000) with Ed Harris.

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That's funny, Chaya Bat spelled the censored word the way I imagine I would have spelled it if I ever wanted to use it in that context (the way I imagine it would have been spelled the way Marlon Brando gets very angry about being called in A Streetcar Named Desire), and autocensor is totally cool with it. But when I spell it like an actual person's last name, oh, no, buddy, you're getting away with that filth!

Taps! I was unable to identify it, but I've seen it. So, I've seen two.

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It was a very busy day for me, and I'm only checking in relatively late at night. But I see the answers haven't been posted yet, so ....

2252 Looks like Anthony Quinn and James Cagney? Not entirely sure who the woman is. Possibly something I've seen before, but I'll have to wait for it to be identified.

2253 Van Johnson? And an actress I'm not sure. I don't seem to be so great at identifying actresses.

2258 Death on the Nile! This was just on, but I've probably seen it a dozen times. The first one I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

2259 It's Alien Nation. I am really pretty sure I rented this from Blockbuster a million years ago. But I'm not 100 per cent certain. If snippets from some individual scenes surface in my mind I will count it as one I've seen.

Anyway, there's only one I'm absolutely sure I've seen.

 

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2251. RED DUST (1932) with Mary Astor & Jean Harlow.

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2252. CITY FOR CONQUEST (1940) with Anthony Quinn, Ann Sheridan & James Cagney.

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2253. THE ROMANCE OF ROSY RIDGE (1947) with Janet Leigh & Van Johnson.

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2254. BRIGADOON (1954) with Gene Kelly & Cyd Charisse.

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2255. HELL TO ETERNITY (1960) with David Jannsen.

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2256. THE NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY (1966) with Clint Walker & Don Haggerty.

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2257. HICKEY & BOGGS (1972) with Bill Cosby & Robert Culp.

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2258. DEATH ON THE NILE (1978) with Angela Lansbury, Maggie Smith & Bette Davis.

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2259. ALIEN NATION (1988) with James Caan & Mandy Patinkin.

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2260. MAGNOLIA (1999) with John C. Reilly.

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4 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I've seen Magnolia, and I'm going to say I've seen Alien Nation too, so I've seen three.

Cool.

I will post the next group of ten later on.

Our special theme will be movies featuring a beloved character actress.

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Love your theme of the same older actress in all of them.  I can't think of this one's name, but I'll bet you could do the same with Beulah Bondi, who was just about everyone's mother at some time.

I'll try some of her co-stars; 2261 Henry Fonda, 2263 Joan Fontaine,  2265 Lassie,  2267 Jimmy Durante, 2269 Judy Garland.

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3 hours ago, AndreaDoria said:

Love your theme of the same older actress in all of them.  I can't think of this one's name, but I'll bet you could do the same with Beulah Bondi, who was just about everyone's mother at some time.

I'll try some of her co-stars; 2261 Henry Fonda, 2263 Joan Fontaine,  2265 Lassie,  2267 Jimmy Durante, 2269 Judy Garland.

Thank you. Yes, the special theme today is Movies Featuring May Whitty.

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Special Theme: Featuring May Whitty

2261. I MET MY LOVE AGAIN (1938) with May Whitty & Henry Fonda.

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2262. A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT (1940) with May Whitty & Adolphe Menjou.

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2263. SUSPICION (1941) with May Whitty & Joan Fontaine.

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2264. SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS (1943) with Walter Brennan & May Whitty.

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2265. LASSIE COME HOME (1943) with May Whitty & Pal.

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2266. CRASH DIVE (1943) with Anne Baxter, May Whitty & Tyrone Power.

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2267. THIS TIME FOR KEEPS (1947) with May Whitty & Jimmy Durante.

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2268. GREEN DOLPHIN STREET (1947) with May Whitty & Gladys Cooper.

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2269. THE SIGN OF THE RAM (1948) with Susan Peters, Alexander Knox & May Whitty.

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2270. THE RETURN OF OCTOBER (1948) with May Whitty, Terry Moore & friend.

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2278 is Troy Donahue (my teenage heart throb) and Claudette Colbert in "Parrish."

I see Janet Leigh  and Van Johnson, Spanky and Alfalfa, Eartha Kitt and Sammy Davis Jr, but don't know the movies.

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2271. WEST POINT (1927) with William Haines & Joan Crawford.

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2272. STINGAREE (1934) with Irene Dunne & Richard Dix.

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2273. GENERAL SPANKY (1936) with George McFarland & Carl Switzer.

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2274. HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO (1944) with Franklin Pangborn, Eddie Bracken & William Demarest.

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2275. ANNA LUCASTA (1949) with Oscar Homolka & Paulette Goddard.

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2276. THE CONQUEROR (1956) with John Wayne & Susan Hayward.

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2277. ANNA LUCASTA (1958) with Eartha Kitt & Sammy Davis Jr.

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2278. PARRISH (1961) with Troy Donahue & Claudette Colbert.

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2279. THE MAN WHO LOVED WOMEN (1977) with Charles Denner.

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2280. DRUGSTORE COWBOY (1989) with William S. Burroughs & Matt Dillon.

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 This looks like my life in movies.😎

2281--" Heidi"-- A childhood favorite

2283--" Pride and Prejudice"-- I had to read it in college but nobody could force me to see this movie. LOL

2286-- "The Unforgiven"-- A teenage favorite with a good message

2287--" Barefoot in the Park"-- The kind of Hollywood movie I can't stand to be bothered with 😣

2290--" The Full Monty"-- An adult favorite(" You can leave your hat on")

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