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Ronald Colman-Splendid actor


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Beside the ones mentioned, I pick:

 

Silent Films:

 

"Beau Geste"

"The Winning of Barbara Worth"

 

Sound :

 

"Bulldog Drummond"- his first Academy Award nomination.

 

"If I Were King"- Colman, Basil Rathbone and beautiful Frances Dee..

 

"Talk of the Town" - Cary Grant, Jean Arthur directed by George Stevens. ..It doesn't get any better

 

"Champagne for Caesar" A funny Ronald with equally funny Vincent Price..

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Of course being a classically trained actor, he was beyond reproach and his dulcet tones were a welcome sound to any ear. But aside from his 'faaaar better thing I do' line and movies of that type, I seem to remember a movie I caught with Ronald in his later years - a noir, perhaps? It was excellent, but darned if I can recall it. Like Robert Taylor in his noir, it was a joy to see him out of type, just 'acting'.

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