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What Do These Four Films Have In Common

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Burt Bacharach is my favorite 60's composer--Maybe he was the best one too.

 

Burt wrote all those Movie themes---

 

Of course Hal David wrote the lyrics--

 

Butch Cassidy--"Raindrops Keep Fallin' on my Head

etc.

 

Edited by: cujas on Apr 12, 2011 6:34 PM

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No--but it has something to do with a credit--but not for acting.

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Yes!--Apparently he worked alot on his own apart from the Astaire movies.

 

Lana is up--

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I've got nothing at the moment, so I'll defer to finance for his superior answer.

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I was coming back to see anyone guessed it and see that everyone has gone on without confirmation. Edith Head's solo Oscar wins are correct.

 

Now, Finance's:

 

*FOR ME AND MY GAL*

*THE SEARCH*

*THE MURDER MAN*

*THE KILLERS*

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Screen acting debuts?

 

FOR ME AND MY GAL/G. Kelly

THE SEARCH/M. Clift

THE MURDER MAN/J. Stewart

THE KILLERS/B. Lancaster

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Thanks, finance.

 

 

Next:

 

*DANCING IN THE DARK*

*THUNDER ROAD*

*BADLANDS*

*ATLANTIC CITY*

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VERTIGO

THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES

LOVE WITH THE PROPER STRANGER

MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

 

Edited by: finance on Apr 18, 2011 3:38 PM

 

Edited by: finance on Apr 18, 2011 3:38 PM

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Something to the effect that the released versions of the films were far different than the original director envisioned?

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Severe footage was edited and cut from the original length, was essentially what I was looking for. You just worded it different. Your turn.

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