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What Do These Four Films Have In Common

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MANY RIVERS TO CROSS--James Arness-'Gunsmoke"

STALAG 17---Peter Graves--"Fury"

PEYTON PLACE--Lorne Green--"Bonanza"

 

I can't get the guy from PAT AND MIKE----Aldo Ray was in an episode of "Riverboat"

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From Pat and Mike, Chuck Connors, The Rifleman

and from Stalag 17, I picked Neville Brand from Laredo

 

Thanks for playing. Your thread.

 

Edited by: allaboutlana on Apr 20, 2011 4:32 PM

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Musical stars in straight roles?

 

INHERIT THE WIND/ G. Kelly

EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE/ C Charisse

THE TOWERING INFERNO/ F. Astaire

STORM WARNING/ G. Rogers

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Thanks, finance.

 

Next:

 

*MODERN TIMES* (1936)

*SLEEPER* (1973)

*HALLOWEEN* (1978)

*MILLION DOLLAR BABY* (2004)

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Interesting answer until you get to *HALLOWEEN*, which uses good old-fashioned kitchen cutlery. This is more about directors performing extra duties.

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Not quite. John Carpenter doesn't star in *HALLOWEEN.* This is a job that is rarely done by the director, although Chaplin had a flair for it, and Eastwood has done it with increasing frequency.

 

Edited by: phroso on Apr 22, 2011 12:04 AM

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Phroso,

 

Are you sure it's not the 1934 "million dollar baby" film? ...if it is, then they're all director/sreenwriters...

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Thanks for the input, mudskipper, but it is not director/screenwriters. This is a job that Chaplin was credited for on nearly all of his movies, with the exception of *THE GREAT DICTATOR.*

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