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Name the pre-1970 film

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22 hours ago, LawrenceA said:

It! The Terror from Beyond Space?

That's correct, Lawrence.

Your turn.

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A semi-nude man has his body painted by another to illustrate the various areas in which a man is vulnerable during combat.

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I assumed no one was looking at this thread anymore. I thought the first two clues were obvious enough.

#3: When an opposing army tries to identify a rebel leader, many soldiers stand and claim to be him.

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23 hours ago, LawrenceA said:

I assumed no one was looking at this thread anymore. I thought the first two clues were obvious enough.

#3: When an opposing army tries to identify a rebel leader, many soldiers stand and claim to be him.

Yes, obviously it's Spartacus

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45 minutes ago, lavenderblue19 said:

Yes, obviously it's Spartacus

Correct.

Your thread, lavenderblue19.

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Thanks Lawrence

An interesting read is Kirk Douglas' book I AM SPARTACUS. I've read 3 of his 10 or 11 books all very informative and interesting.

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2 couples and a child are traveling by car. the bratty child throws the car keys out on the side of the road

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18 hours ago, starliteyes said:

Two for the Road?

Correct Star. Love this film. I saw Two for The Road  in the early 1970's at a retrospective at MoMa. I never tire of this film and so glad TCM shows it. Good work, your thread :)

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After meeting an older wealthy gentleman, an Edwardian beauty can't get rid of her husband and lover soon enough.

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On 5/6/2018 at 2:12 PM, starliteyes said:

After meeting an older wealthy gentleman, an Edwardian beauty can't get rid of her husband and lover soon enough.

Ivy? Waiting forever for TCM to show this film

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Excellent, lavender!  I have it in my collection and watched it just recently, but I can't remember what station I taped it on.  It might have been back when AMC showed good movies.

You're up next.

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Thank You Star :) I've been waiting years to see IVY, I've requested the film to be shown on TCM numerous times

the next few days are going to be very busy, THREAD OPEN

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A con artist and his young sidekick find some bootlegged whiskey and use it in their next scam.

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Just now, starliteyes said:

Paper Moon?

Oops!  I just remembered that Paper Moon isn't a pre-1970's film.

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20 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

The Flim-Flam Man starring George C Scott and Michael Sarrazin.

That's right, Princess. The scene in which they find the moonshine whiskey and use it to pay their bill reminded me of Paper Moon, so I thought I'd give it a try.

Thank you.

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