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Sorry, laffite, lavenderblue is correct and has the thread.


Lavender ... Again!






Hey Lav, how about tossing an easy one for Laffite,

who knows, I may even get it. (I say ... may





EDIT: Okay, next time.



Lavender says OPEN THREAD



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Here's one that Lafitte may know.  


What movie character was played by Fredric March in the 1930's and by Yul Brynner in the 1950's?



Lafitte, don't fail me now!


Jean Laffite does not fail !!!


That's why he was portrayed by

Frederic March in 1934? and by

Yul Brynner in 1958? (anyway the

decades are right).


Very clever, Miles

Good One

I liked that.


I don't think I have one right

now, so let me go ahead and

open it up.


Thanks, Miles





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This actress (very recently deceased---very recently) has a supporting role in a movie where she is about to marry only to find that that her husband-to-be is already married. He is just as surprised as she is when his wife suddenly appears out of the blue.


Name this actress and the movie.





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-One of this silent stars early sound films, (1929), has the star saying "I love you. I love you. I love you." It was the likely model for the laughably bad talkie, "The Dueling Cavalier," depicted in Singin' in the Rain (1952).


star & film?

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Marie McDonald?



Kelly and McDonald did not get along on the set of "Living in a Big Way".  He described her as a triple threat: "She could neither sing nor dance nor act"


DownGoesFrazier, the thread is yours.

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