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I've seen 3, 4, 8, 9 and 10. and from the next group I've seen;

12.  Of Human Bondage (one of my absolute favorite performances by Bette Davis as a selfish. evil character in a story based on W. Somerset Maugham's novel)

14.  I Remember Mama

18.  Once Upon a Time in the West (right??).  Love this film and I am fascinated by it.  It is both melodramatic but also realistic.

19.  The Black Stallion (beautiful cinematography in this film that tells so much of the story visually.  The chemistry between the black stallion and the boy is magical).

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2511. LITTLE MISS MARKER (1934) with Adolphe Menjou & Shirley Temple.

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2512. NANCY DREW: DETECTIVE (1938) with Bonita Granville.

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2513. ONE OF OUR AIRCRAFT IS MISSING (1942) with Hugh Burden.

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2514. SORROWFUL JONES (1949) with Lucille Ball & Bob Hope. 

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2515. THE MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF (1950) with Jane Wyatt, Harlan Warde & Lee J. Cobb.

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2516. THE MAN FROM LARAMIE (1955) with James Stewart & Aline MacMahon.

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2517. 40 POUNDS OF TROUBLE (1962) with Tony Curtis & Claire Wilcox.

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2518. 7 FACES OF DR. LAO (1964) with Tony Randall.

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2519. ONE OF OUR DINOSAURS IS MISSING (1975) with Helen Hayes, Joan Sims & Peter Ustinov.

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2520. LITTLE MISS MARKER (1980) with Walter Matthau, Sara Stimson & Julie Andrews.

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Have you seen these classic films:

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2522 is Mary Astor, George Brent, and Bette Davis in The Great Lie 

2523 is Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor, and Don Taylor in Father's Little Dividend 

2524 in Brandon De Wilde and Carol Lynley in Blue Denim 

2527 is Elizabeth McGovern and Kevin Bacon in She's Having a Baby 

2528 is Emma Thompson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Danny De Vito in Junior 

2529 is Hugh Grant and Julianne Moore in Nine Months 

I've seen 2522, 2523, and most of 2524 and 2528.

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2521. A CHILD IS BORN (1939) with Eve Arden & Geraldine Fitzgerald.

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2522. THE GREAT LIE (1941) with Mary Astor, George Brent & Bette Davis.

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2523. FATHER’S LITTLE DIVIDEND (1951) with Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor & Don Taylor.

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2524. BLUE DENIM (1959) with Brandon deWilde & Carol Lynley.

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2525. DOCTOR YOU’VE GOT TO BE KIDDING! (1967) with Jon Lormer & Sandra Dee.

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2526. A SIMPLE STORY (1978) with Romy Schneider & Bruno Cremer.

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2527. SHE’S HAVING A BABY (1988) with Elizabeth McGovern & Kevin Bacon.

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2528. JUNIOR (1994) with Emma Thompson, Arnold Schwarzenegger & Danny DeVito.

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2529. NINE MONTHS (1995) with Hugh Grant & Julianne Moore.

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2530. PUSH! PUSH! (1997) with Shin-hye Hwang, Kap-sook Seo & Eun-jin Pang.

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Unsure how I missed this as frequently as I visit this site. I was too busy arguing with Bronxgirl48 about Ben M.'s relative merits as a host, I guess. Definitely a childbirth theme to this one. Since the films have already been identified, I'll just say I've seen The Great Lie and Father's Little Dividend, so I've seen two of these. I doubt I could have identified them if they hadn't been done so already. I recall there was a thread about Blue Denim on these boards that ran for about a thousand pages, and generated several thousand posts, but it wasn't a movie I'd ever seen or could identify, so I didn't read much of it. I just remember the title because of this seemingly eternal thread that stayed on Page One for about a year, as I recall. Ironically, I couldn't identify the movies I have seen, but I could have identified She's Having a Baby, Junior and Nine Months, none of which I've seen fully, though I think I saw bits and pieces of all three of those on HB0 more than 25 years ago, back when I apprently actually had the money to pay for HBO.

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I can't identify any of the earlier movies, as usual.

I think 2536 is Hud. Yes.

2537 Baed on the two people pictured, I'm thinking it must be Convoy. I may have watched as much as 15 minutes of it on a pay cable channel a hundred years ago, but I can't count it as a movie I've seen.

2538 Blue Velvet. Yes!

2539 The Fisher King. Another movie I've seen chunks of on pay cable, but I can't count it as a yes.

2540 I want to guess Zelig, but that was black and white. Anyway, if it's '80s or '90s Woody and Mia, I've very likely seen it, but I'll have to wait for it to be identified.

So, only two I'm sure I've seen until I receive furhter information.

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10 hours ago, sewhite2000 said:

I can't identify any of the earlier movies, as usual.

I think 2536 is Hud. Yes.

2537 Baed on the two people pictured, I'm thinking it must be Convoy. I may have watched as much as 15 minutes of it on a pay cable channel a hundred years ago, but I can't count it as a movie I've seen.

2538 Blue Velvet. Yes!

2539 The Fisher King. Another movie I've seen chunks of on pay cable, but I can't count it as a yes.

2540 I want to guess Zelig, but that was black and white. Anyway, if it's '80s or '90s Woody and Mia, I've very likely seen it, but I'll have to wait for it to be identified.

So, only two I'm sure I've seen until I receive furhter information.

Your guess about HUD is correct.

CONVOY is currently on Hulu.

The Woody Allen film is from 2000.

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2534 - Titanic

2535 - To Catch a Thief

2540 - I was going to guess Crimes and Misdemeanors but the 2000 release date knocked that out of contention.

I've got a feeling I've seen 2532 but I just can't place it.

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I have seen the Barbara Stanwyck/Clifton Webb version of Titanic, and of course I've seen To Catch a Thief, even though I couldn't identify either of them from the pics. That would make four I've definitely seen. If the Woody movie is from 2000, that's well past the Mia Farrow years, so that's not her, but I'm not placing who that is.

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16 minutes ago, sewhite2000 said:

I have seen the Barbara Stanwyck/Clifton Webb version of Titanic, and of course I've seen To Catch a Thief, even though I couldn't identify either of them from the pics. That would make four I've definitely seen. If the Woody movie is from 2000, that's well past the Mia Farrow years, so that's not her, but I'm not placing who that is.

I'll post the cheat sheet this afternoon. 

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I really bombed out on this one.

The only thing I've seen is Hitchcock's "To Catch A Thief". #2535.

And the only other film I could even identify was "Hud", #2536, though I've never seen it.

Maybe I'll have better luck on the next one.

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The actress in the blond wig looks like Julie Kavner (of Rhoda and Simpsons fame).  Not sure which Woody Allen it is. 

Is the Gary Cooper (and looks like Teresa Wright) film Pride of the Yankees?  If so, I've seen it.

Recognize Zachary Scott (I think in other picture).  Could be Ann Sheridan (the Unfaithful?)

I think I've seen at least 8 of them.

 

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2 hours ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

The actress in the blond wig looks like Julie Kavner (of Rhoda and Simpsons fame).  Not sure which Woody Allen it is. 

Is the Gary Cooper (and looks like Teresa Wright) film Pride of the Yankees?  If so, I've seen it.

Recognize Zachary Scott (I think in other picture).  Could be Ann Sheridan (the Unfaithful?)

I think I've seen at least 8 of them.

 

Kavner's an interesting guess, and you'll see why when I post the cheat sheet a bit later.

The Cooper-Wright film was a follow-up they did after PRIDE OF THE YANKEES. It's not as well known but still deserving of attention.

Yes, that is indeed Zachary Scott in the photo for 2533. The lady alongside him is not Ann Sheridan...it's Virginia Mayo.

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2531. ZOO IN BUDAPEST (1933) with Gene Raymond, Loretta Young & Wally Albright.

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2532. CASANOVA BROWN (1944) with Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright & Patricia Collinge.

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2533. FLAXY MARTIN (1949) with Zachary Scott & Virginia Mayo.

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2534. TITANIC (1953) with Harper Carter & Barbara Stanwyck.

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2535. TO CATCH A THIEF (1955) with Cary Grant & Grace Kelly.

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2536. HUD (1963) with Paul Newman, Melvyn Douglas & Brandon deWilde.

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2537. CONVOY (1978) with Ali MacGraw & Kris Kristofferson.

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2538. BLUE VELVET (1986) with Isabella Rossellini.

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2539. THE FISHER KING (1991) with Robin Williams & Jeff Bridges.

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2540. SMALL TIME CROOKS (2000) with Tracey Ullman & Woody Allen.

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I had two roommates in my first post-dorm apartment. I was sympatico with both of their entertainment preferences but tended to bond with one when they disagreed. One roommate introduced us to The Tracey Ullman Show, which I found marginally humorous, but the other roommate and myself were rolling on the floor and crying over The Simpsons shorts that aired on it. Looking back, I think Roommate No. 1 felt bitterness and alienation that The Simpsons were pretty far down on his list of what he enjoyed about The Tracey Ullman Show. When The Simpsons got their own show, he expressed only marginal interest, whereas Roommate No. 2 and myself adjusted our lives so as to not miss an episode.

All this to say I've seen Small Time Crooks, though I definitely couldn't identify either it or Ullman. I've seen five of these.

 

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2543) "Road House"is a good noir that I saw a few years back on DVD. Stars Ida, Richard Widmark and Cornell Wilde with Celeste Holm.

2542) "Vigil in the Night" is a Carole Lombard film that I've wanted to see for quite a few decades. One of her few dramatic performances later in her career.

2544) "Desperate Hours"--One of Bogart's last films, but I haven't seen it yet.

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1 hour ago, TopBilled said:

Have you seen these classic films:

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Seen them all, except for 2549.

2544 is a really great one,  2546 has its amusing moments, 2547 is a really good Robert Mitchum flick,  2548 I will never EVER watch again, it's that bad IMO, and 2550 is hilarious thanks to the teaming of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.

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1 minute ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Seen them all, except for 2549.

2544 is a really great one,  2546 has its amusing moments, 2547 is a really good Robert Mitchum flick,  2548 I will never EVER watch again, it's that bad IMO, and 2550 is hilarious thanks to the teaming of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.

What's wrong with RHINESTONE? What don't you like about it?

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Just now, TopBilled said:

What's wrong with RHINESTONE? What don't you like about it?

Sylvester Stallone singing?! No thank you! He couldn't carry a tune for my money.

Plus it just wasn't funny, not to me anyway.

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1 minute ago, Bethluvsfilms said:

Sylvester Stallone singing?! No thank you! He couldn't carry a tune for my money.

Plus it just wasn't funny, not to me anyway.

I think it was an attempt to do something a bit different, since he was becoming typecast as Rocky and Rambo during those years.

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