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2491. THE UNHOLY THREE (1925) with Lon Chaney

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2492. ANNE OF GREEN GABLES (1934) with Anne Shirley.

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2493. PRESENTING LILY MARS (1943) with Judy Garland & Van Heflin.

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2494. THE RED MENACE (1949) with Betty Lou Gerson & Robert Rockwell.

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2495. HUNTED (1952) with Jon Whiteley & Dirk Bogarde.

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2496. SOUTH PACIFIC (1958) with Mitzi Gaynor & Rossano Brazzi.

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2497. LET NO MAN WRITE MY EPITAPH (1960) with James Darren, Burl Ives & Jean Seberg.

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2498. FUN WITH DICK AND JANE (1977) with George Segal & Jane Fonda.

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2499. TEEN WOLF (1985) with Michael J. Fox.

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2500. TO WONG FOO THANKS FOR EVERYTHING JULIE NEWMAR (1995) with John Leguizamo, Wesley Snipes & Patrick Swayze.

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Just now, TopBilled said:

Why do you say that? Because it could be any of the Powers films?

I would say that because I find none of the Powers films to be anything close to a classic.    But hey, to each their own. 

(oh, and it wouldn't be because they are not old enough,  but because they like quality.  E.g. I don't find them funny),  

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4 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

I would say that because I find none of the Powers films to be anything close to a classic.    But hey, to each their own. 

(oh, and it wouldn't be because they are not old enough,  but because they like quality.  E.g. I don't find them funny),  

Their humor is of course derivative of the Bond series, in much the same way that Mel Brooks never comes up with an original idea and spoofs things that were made before.

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Just now, TopBilled said:

Their humor is of course derivative of the Bond series, in much the same way that Mel Brooks never comes up with an original idea and spoofs things that have come before.

True;    I'm not much of a fan of Mel Brooks.     The only film I really like is Young Frankenstein,  but that is because it pays homage to the Universal films that I enjoy so much.

I love Get-Smart but my understanding is that Buck Henry was more responsible for that than Mel Brooks.  

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I don't think anyone has actually guessed, so ...

2503 is Second Chorus. Yes.

2509 is City Heat. Yes.

Despite Moe's suspicions, Top rarely tries to trick us, at least to my memory. So, I assume 2510 is the original, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. Although I've seen all of them, so whichever one it is, I count it as a yes.

So, three I'm sure I've seen.

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8 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

I don't think anyone has actually guessed, so ...

2503 is Second Chorus. Yes.

2509 is City Heat. Yes.

Despite Moe's suspicions, Top rarely tries to trick us, at least to my memory. So, I assume 2510 is the original, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. Although I've seen all of them, so whichever one it is, I count it as a yes.

So, three I'm sure I've seen.

Yes, it's the original Austin Powers movie. If it had been a sequel, I probably would have included a photo of Mike Myers with one of his costars from a sequel.

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7 hours ago, Citizen Ed said:

I believe 2506 is Who Was That Lady

And 2507 is Brannigan

 

Few others I'm going to kick myself for not recognizing, like 2508.

You are correct on 2506.

I will post the answers tomorrow.

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#2507 isn't Brannigan (1975-UK), Citizen Ed. 

It's McQ (1974). 

#2508 looks like Waltz of the Toreadors (1962-UK) starring Peter Sellers and Margaret Leighton. 

I wish I could figure out more of them!  CITY HEAT is one I recognize, but that's already been sussed out by another poster. 

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2502 is Ethel Merman and Tyrone Power in Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938).

2504 is Don Ameche, Claudette Colbert, and Charles Dingle in Dream Wife (1945).

2505 is Kim Hunter and Jock Mahoney in Money, Women, and Guns (1958).

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2501. COCKTAIL HOUR (1933) with Randolph Scott & Bebe Daniels.

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2502. ALEXANDER’S RAGTIME BAND (1938) with Ethel Merman & Tyrone Power.

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2503. SECOND CHORUS (1940) with Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard & Burgess Meredith.

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2504. GUEST WIFE (1945) with Don Ameche, Claudette Colbert & Charles Dingle.

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2505. MONEY WOMEN AND GUNS (1958) with Kim Hunter & Jock Mahoney.

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2506. WHO WAS THAT LADY? (1960) with Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh & Dean Martin.

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2507. MCQ (1974) with John Wayne, Diana Muldaur & Clu Gulager.

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2508. THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1979) with Peter Sellers & Lynne Frederick.

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2509. CITY HEAT (1984) with Burt Reynolds & Clint Eastwood.

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2510. AUSTIN POWERS: INTERNATIONAL MAN OF MYSTERY (1997) with Mike Myers.

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11 hours ago, Mr. Gorman said:

#2507 isn't Brannigan (1975-UK), Citizen Ed. 

It's McQ (1974). 

#2508 looks like Waltz of the Toreadors (1962-UK) starring Peter Sellers and Margaret Leighton. 

I wish I could figure out more of them!  CITY HEAT is one I recognize, but that's already been sussed out by another poster. 

Crap! McQ! I forgot all about that one.

Good job!

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2511 is Adolphe Menjou and Shirley Temple in Little Miss Marker (1934)

2514 is Lucille Ball and Bob Hope in Sorrowful Jones (1949) 

2515 is Jane Wyatt and Lee J. Cobb in The Man Who Cheated Himself (1950)

2517 is Tony Curtis and Claire Wilcox in Forty Pounds of Trouble (1962) (another version of Little Miss Marker)

2519 is Helen Hayes, Joan Sims, and Peter Ustinov in One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing (1975)

2520 is Walter Matthau, Sarah Stimson, and Julie Andrews in the 1980 remake of Little Miss Marker 

I've only seen the first of these (plus the Seven Faces of Dr. Lao). I thought the woman with Jimmy Stewart might be Jane Darwell, but apparently not...

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4 minutes ago, Fausterlitz said:

I thought the woman with Jimmy Stewart might be Jane Darwell, but apparently not...

It's Aline MacMahon.

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People post quickly on here. I will just respond to what's already been said.

I've seen the older version of Little Miss MarkerSorrowful JonesThe Man Who Cheated Himself and The Seven Faces of Dr. Lao. Let's see, got to scroll back up and see if there are any that haven't been identified yet ... 

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yeah, I can't identify any of the others. There are four I'm sure I've seen.

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10 hours ago, Citizen Ed said:

I'm going to take a shot in the dark. Is 2513- Destination 60,000?

No. It's a British film from 1942.

I will post the cheat sheet tomorrow.

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