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DownGoesFrazier, June 27, 2010 in Games and Trivia
Excellent guess Cagney, but not the one I'm thinking about.
He's also a dancer, so is his girlfriend
Cagney?......How about "The West Point Story" ?
Right as usual Mr.Skip. Such a good cast, Cagney, Mayo, Doris Day, MacRae and Gene Nelson. Love the Bklyn routine Cagney and Mayo do together. Good work MS Your thread.
Edited by: lavenderblue19 on Jan 5, 2011 6:19 PM
I watched that movie a few months ago from a DVD set of Doris Day movies...Thanks.
According to IMDB, this movie contains the origin for the opening of Monty Python's Flying Circus. ..The hero wanders aimlessly through the jungle confused to his identity, while his beard grows long and his clothes wind up in tatters. Finally he comes to a clearing where there is a pool. He sees his reflection and exclaims, "It's..." But instead of an offstage voice saying Monty Python's Flying Circus, he just says, "It's... me!". ..
Name the movie and the star...
Clue....The actor was a matinee idol in the fifties and early sixties and made several comedy romance films Ms. Kappelhoff...
Another clue: 1962 film from a novel by Dutch novelist Jan De Hartog...
*The Spiral Road* - Rock Hudson ?
As the old man said. "It's Me !"....Correct. Your thread, Lavender.
Thanks- good question Mudskipper
A man reflects about a lost love.
She gave him a good luck charm to keep him safe.
MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT?
Good guess, but earlier film.
Hey, a girls gotta eat.
*Waterloo Bridge* ??
Yes, Ma'am- (1940) version of *Waterloo Bridge* . Such a beautiful film. I never tire of it.
Thank You Lana, Good Work and it's your thread.
I may come up with something tomorrow, if no one has posted before. But I am just going to open the thread. THREAD OPEN
An actor has to direct his own movie as no director will work with him.
No. Much older film than one of his. Comedy. And, that is the plot of the movie and about the main character. Not about the real people in the movie. (In other words, this movie is about making a movie.)
Edited by: allaboutlana on Jan 13, 2011 11:39 AM
Sorry, I forgot about this. I was referring to Jack Carson in Doris Day's *It's a Great Feeling*.
Madison Ave Advertising executive is mistaken for another man, presumably a scientist.
*Lover Come Back*
Cujas if you will.......
Sure you forgot about this one, but it's been a week since you posted and we all want to keep this thread moving.
Yes--Doris and Rock--
Ms. lavendar is up--
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